Tag Archives: engineering

The real story of the home made clock

I bought my first computer from Radio Shack in the 1970’s. In those early years if we wanted answers from our computers we first had to teach them to accept our input of data, teach them what to do with … Continue reading

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Renewable energy, oil, taxes and – huh!

by Craig Masters The coming campaigns are beginning to take shape.  As I watch the ads on television I have become confused over the basic motivation for some and the whole concept of others. Thinking I might not be the … Continue reading

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Socially engineering a Dis-armed America.

by Craig Masters The open display of contempt for the Constitution and the people of Colorado was exemplified this week in the Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee as several anti-public interest bills moved through the democrat-dominated committee. These bills are being … Continue reading

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Bond issue District’s to lose, conservative leader says

by Jack Minor –   A local leader of a conservative group says while he agrees that John Evans Middle School needs to be torn down, if voters do not pass a bond issue this November school board officials will … Continue reading

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Scientist and Tea Party candidate: world never in danger from Japanese reactor

by Jack Minor   A controversial scientist who ran as a Tea Party candidate last year says media claims regarding the danger from nuclear power are not based on sound science and the US was never in danger from radiation … Continue reading

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City engineer says no money for some street repairs

The Greeley city engineer said he personally would like to see a $5 or $6 gasoline tax to properly fund street repair, saying that with the current funding system the city could end up spending the entire budget amount for … Continue reading

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Lawrence Howard Finn, Sr.

Lawrence Howard Finn, Sr. May 13, 1923 ~ November 6, 2010 Lawrence Howard Finn, Sr., 87, of Greeley died Saturday, November 6, 2010 at North Colorado Medical Center.  He was born May 13, 1923 in Baltimore, Maryland to Herbert and … Continue reading

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Local church loses battle to City Council over fees

At a recent meeting City council members listened to presentations from David Miranda, of Faith Tabernacle Church, and Ron Hoagland, City of Greeley Storm water Manager, in regards to a dispute over monthly fees. Council was faced with four options: … Continue reading

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Oil reserves found in Israel could change power structure in region

By Jack Minor In a major development that could alter the entire situation in the Middle East, large oil reserves have been discovered in Israel while a second firm that believes the bible lists the location of oil fields started … Continue reading

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Three Spartans heading to Air Force Academy

     Of the tens of thousands of high school seniors across the country who seek appointments to one of the nation’s military academies, few are chosen. It’s a source of pride for a school to have one or two students … Continue reading

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