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Judge jails Christian clerk for exercising religious freedom

A federal court judge who previously has sided with arguments for partial birth abortion and homosexual clubs in public schools on Thursday ordered a county clerk from Kentucky who refused to violate her faith and issue “same-sex marriage” licenses to … Continue reading

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BLM declares Texas is Oklahoma land

 by Craig Masters Cowboys at the ready While the world watched, these cowboys sat ready to defend their way of life against more than 200 heavily armed federal agents and snipers hiding in the hills. The agents were sent by Harry Reid’s … Continue reading

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Obama moving full speed ahead after debt ceiling raised without limits

By Jack Minor –   Now that Congress has agreed to Obama’s desire to raise the debt ceiling with no limits, he is preparing to abandon all pretense of carrying about the federal deficit and national debt and is expected … Continue reading

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Colorado introduces new logo and slogan

Brush News Tribune – Fly the Colorado flag. Wave it. Love it. It’s a grand old flag. But the state flag couldn’t compete with a green triangle as the new Colorado logo. State officials will unveil the image and an … Continue reading

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Greeley’s Homestead park to be closed for construction

GREELEY –Beginning Monday April 15th Homestead Park located on 29th Street west of 35th Avenue will be closed for construction.  The park will be receiving a new playground, outdoor classroom, shelters, and concrete walkways and landscaping.   This Quality of … Continue reading

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Greeley Building Code Open House This Thursday

GREELEY – The Greeley Building Inspections Division is holding an open house meeting on Thursday, August 30th from 12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m. at the City Hall Annex Building, 1100 10th Street, in the 4th Floor Conference Room concerning proposed … Continue reading

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Lifeloc Technologies and NASA Glenn Research Center Sign Space Act Agreement

Staff Reports —   WHEAT RIDGE – Lifeloc Technologies, Wheat Ridge, Colo. (OTC: LCTC), a Colorado manufacturer of professional breath alcohol testing equipment (breathalyzers) for domestic and international law enforcement, drug courts,  and the transportation and healthcare industries, has entered … Continue reading

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D6 students have chance to “jump ahead” during summer classes

by Jack Minor — Students in Greeley/Evans schools will have an opportunity to advance one full year in a subject area this summer as part of a new program provided by the district this year. The program offers opportunities for … Continue reading

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City to install sewer line at 47th and 16th St.

Staff Reports — The City of Greeley has contracted with Connell Resources to install a sewerline near 47th Avenue and 16th Street. The new sewerline is replacing the current one that is too small during peak flows. The new sewerline … Continue reading

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House Committee set to investigate misinformation released by EPA

by Craig Masters A media release by the energy industry association, Western Energy Alliance, includes information about testimony to be given today before the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, Subcommittee on Energy & Environment. According to the … Continue reading

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Greeley to change city planning process

by Dr. Michelle Bellini At a recent worksession, the Greeley City Council examined proposed changes regarding the way development proceeds in the city. This issue is under examination because the city  has over-built public facilities for underdeveloped areas, since the … Continue reading

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Effective Parenting

After reading endless books on parenting, listening to advice from family members, and trying all of the methods, you may be even more confused than when you first began. Parenting is a journey and everyone seems to have their own … Continue reading

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Will China Over-take the US’s Economy

By Mike Bauman It has made great news and the public is listening-  China is now the world’s second largest ecomony.  In fact, a recent poll indicated that 44% of Americans believe China is the world’s top economic power. However, … Continue reading

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Opinion: The anacronism of local school boards

By Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Amber M. Winkler “The local school board, especially the elected kind, is an anachronism and an outrage. We can no longer pretend it’s working well or hide behind the mantra of ‘local control of … Continue reading

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Sam Cohen, winner of Peace Prize for neutron bomb dies at 89

Story by Jack Minor Samuel T. Cohen, a nuclear physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project and invented the Neutron Bomb died Nov. 28 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 89. The cause of death was complications following … Continue reading

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To Governor Hickenlooper: “Stay out of our way”

Stay out of our Way Transition Team hears from Northern Colorado people By Jim Frazier “Stay out of our way,” a local dairyman recommended to Governor Hickenlooper’s transition team in Greeley on November 14th, “With less regulation we can prosper, … Continue reading

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State sued for “bias, lies” in describing Amendment 62

UPDATE: Denver District Judge Robert Hyatt dismissed the lawsuit. In his ruling he said writing the guide is a legislative function and he had no jurisdiction over the issue. Hyatt also said even if the courts could do something it … Continue reading

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Conway tells Bennet staffer: Stop war on our community banks

Story and Photo By Jack Minor At a recent forum on agriculture Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway had some sharp words for a Senate staffer asking her boss to lay off local community banks. The U.S. Department of Agriculture and … Continue reading

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Colorado Ballot 2010- The Initiatives

Story by Jack Minor This year items on the ballot range from taxes to procedural issues to health care, however, there is one amendment that some say goes to the heart of rights under the 14th amendment to the constitution, … Continue reading

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Scott principal up to the challenge

By Jack Minor While some might be discouraged by looming budget cuts and a devastating playground fire just a few weeks before the start of school, Scott Elementary School principal Dr. Blakley Wallace is upbeat. Dr. Wallace is arguably the … Continue reading

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IN AN EMERGENCY HOW WOULD COLORADO FEED ITSELF

by Jim Frazier How would Colorado feed itself in an emergency?  That is just one of the questions to be answered by “From Plant to Plate”, a research project funded by three northern Colorado counties: Weld, Larimer, and Boulder. Larimer … Continue reading

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Greeley West’s FFA earns gold ranking

The Greeley West High School’s FFA student organization has received a gold level ranking by the Colorado FFA State Chapter, indicating that the Spartans are among the nine best chapters in the state. This is Greeley West’s first gold ranking … Continue reading

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TV may be hurting your little one’s brain

By Vanessa Dominguez Many parents, from time to time, allow their infants or toddlers to watch TV. Many “educational” videos and programs claim to actually help your child develop faster. However, many studies are now pointing to the conclusion that … Continue reading

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