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Helicopters confiscated from Militia

by Craig Masters The Constitution, for what it’s worth these years, reserves to the states the control over the civilian militia – now accepted as the National Guard. Once again this week we saw why the Second Amendment was never ever … Continue reading

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The multiple fronts in the War on Liberty

Craig Masters Gun ownership is under attack, from our flanks. Have no misunderstanding about immigration reform. While the Obama regime makes more pie-in-the-sky promises which sound like good ideas, their reform plans are about gun control and a national database … Continue reading

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Undocumented voters get priority over Americans’ Health

by Craig Masters In his article posted to WorldNet Daily, celebrated Northern Colorado Gazette editor Jack Minor reports on the dangerous increase in multi-drug resistant (MDR) TB flowing over the U.S. – Mexican border. In her recent commentary lawyer and … Continue reading

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“Through with chew” week encourages tobacco users to quit

GREELEY – Weld County residents who use smokeless tobacco products and have tried to quit know that quitting tobacco can be very difficult.  There are a couple of events going on to help those who use smokeless tobacco products to … Continue reading

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Israel attacks Hamas, wider war in Middle East possible

by Jack Minor – Israel has responded to recent rocket attacks from both its northern and southern borders by killing a top Hamas official in an air strike, threatening to ignite a larger war across the region.   The strike targeted … Continue reading

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Free Speech? It is, only if Cleveland Councilwoman says it is!

by Craig Masters In a story that would have gotten a lot of coverage if an incumbent republican presidential candidate was trying to get a second term, the “offensive” billboards around the greater Cleveland, Ohio area reminding everyone of the … Continue reading

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A Chance to Meet Candidates

By Craig Masters Residents of southwest Weld County, Berthoud, Johnstown, Campion and south Loveland in Larimer County will have a chance to meet many if the candidates they will be voting for this election. State House of Representatives, State Senate, … Continue reading

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Fast and Furiously – Obama attacks Free Speech

by Craig Masters Did you see this one coming? Muslim leaders from all over the world setting aside their violence against each other for a week of unity – against Americans’ Freedom of Speech. John Irish writes it this way … Continue reading

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Free services to be offered at Island Grove Friday

GREELEY — All Weld County residents are invited to take advantage of free services offered at the 2nd annual Weld Project Connect event on Friday, September 28 from noon to 4:30 p.m. at the Island Grove Regional Park Events Center … Continue reading

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National Federation of the Blind to sponsor picnic in Greeley

GREELEY – Join the Greeley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of Colorado for FREE food and FUN in honor of their 12th anniversary.   Who is invited?  The Greeley Chapter invites Individuals who are blind or visually … Continue reading

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Pornography: Destroyer of families & ministries

  by Carol Clemans —       The lust the eyes, the lust of the flesh and the pride of life are destroying marriages and ministries. In the last 20 years as a certified pastoral counselor, I’ve counseled numerous … Continue reading

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Americans encouraged to read Declaration of Independence July 4th

by Jack Minor —   A college that teaches classes on the Constitution is challenging individuals to celebrate Independence Day by conducting public readings of America’s birth certificate as they meet for local barbeques and other celebrations today. President Calvin … Continue reading

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County has free Radon kits during January for Radon action month

Staff Reports —   When we hear the term environmental pollutant, several images may come to mind. An image of your home is probably not one of them. Your home, however, can be a source of a very harmful environmental … Continue reading

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Veterans organization to hold meeting calling for Obama impeachment

by Jack Minor – A Veterans group is planning to hold a rally on Nov. 11th in Washington D.C. calling for President Obama’s impeachment for “treasonous” activities. Veteran Defenders of America, which features members such as Maj. Gen Paul Vallely, … Continue reading

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Free pennies at King Soopers

Ignoring over charges cost most of us a few dollars a month By Craig Masters How often do you leave a grocery store and later notice you were overcharged for an item or two by just a few cents? Most … Continue reading

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Greeley Figure Skaters Take Home the Gold!

       Ashley Cullen, 9, and Nica Digerness, 11, demonstrated their athletic prowess when they brought home the gold from the State Games of America.  They had the honor of representing the State of Colorado figure skating while in … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

           Join us, please, for a wonderful western style BBQ right here at the Senior Center on August 17th beginning at 11:00 a.m.  Guaranty Bank will be co-sponsoring this event and it will be a “HOOT”! … Continue reading

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2011 Free Walking Tour – Glenmere Park: A Visionary Park and Tree Tour

Staff The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission continues to sponsor free summer walking tours during July, August and September. The next tour, a pre-Chautauqua event, will be about one of Greeley’s visionary areas of town, Glenmere Park, and about the rare … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

 We have suspended our Senior Breakfast for the summer….we will resume on September 1st at 9:00 a.m. with a full load of goodies for your tummy.   In the meantime, follow us weekly as we fill in with other events and … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

   There will be NO SENIOR LUNCH ON JULY 5TH at the senior centers….please make a note and plan to make your reservation for the 12th of July. We have suspended our Senior Breakfast for the summer….we will resume on … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

      The next senior breakfast will be on May the 5th………the menu should be biscuits and gravy, eggs, hashbrowns and juice with all you can eat at $3.50 per person.   The company will be GREAT.   No reservations required, and … Continue reading

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Free Easter Fun in Greeley

Staff The Family FunPlex celebrates their 5th Anniversary with a Free Community Day on Saturday, April 23 from 11am-8pm. Visitors will be able to workout at the Willie Morton Fitness Center, play games in the Fieldhouse, swim in the Adventure … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountain National Park Free this Week

 Staff Reports  – Entrance fees at Rocky Mountain National Park will be waived until April 24.  The fees are being waived in observance of National Park Week.  All National Parks and Monuments will waive their entrance fees during this time. … Continue reading

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Website features local women “cheaters” too

by Vanessa Dominguez Do women cheat on their “significant other” as often as men do? Do cheating women get caught as often as men who cheat?  Why do women cheat?  These are all questions psychologists as well as men would like to know the answers … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Free Thinking Teachers and Parents of School District 6

Dear Fellow Free Thinkers: The purpose of this letter is to address what has been characterized as an egregious and unwarranted affront to our American sensibilities by school board member Brett Reese. The media has reported that Reese is attacking … Continue reading

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Crime Free zone declared at senior living facility

Joe P. Martinez Gardens senior living facility has been crime free for the last eight years and residents are aiming to keep it that way. The recently implemented Crime Free Senior Living Program is among the first of its kind … Continue reading

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Evans to Host Crime Free Multi-Housing Program Training

By Mike Bauman On November 9th and 10th from 2pm to 6pm, the Evans Police Department, 1100 37th Street, will be hosting a free training session on the new Crime Free Multi-Housing Program.  The program is designed to address the … Continue reading

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Pastor honored for 25 years of service

Pastor Rod and Mrs. Paula Carlson were honored on Sunday, September 19, 2010, for their years of faithful service to the Evangelical Free Church of Windsor. For 25 years, Pastor Carlson’s love for the Lord Jesus Christ has been greatly … Continue reading

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Natural Grocers offering free food, vendor contacts on Oct 2nd

By Vanessa Dominguez Saturday, October 2nd, there will be free food, items from vendors, and nutritional information in the parking lot of Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage located at 2819 35th Avenue in Greeley. Vitamin Cottage was established by Margaret … Continue reading

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Free, reduced-price meal deadline approaches

Some students’ free or reduced-price meal accounts are approaching the Sept. 28 deadline to reapply to continue this benefit during the current school year. Students who received free or reduced-price meals last school year are allowed to carry over that … Continue reading

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Why Pay for What’s Free

By Mike Bauman Every member of the community pays for education through a variety of taxes and fees.  So why would some parents choose to pay hundreds of dollars per month extra to send their children to a tuition based … Continue reading

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James F. “Jim” Walton

James F. “Jim” Walton, 79 of Eaton; with his wife and family by his side, on September 4, 2010 left this earthly life and moved to his heavenly home. Jim was born on January 29, 1931 in Colorado Springs to … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center by Betty Grauberger

God willing and the creek don’t rise….we are heading for Nederland on Monday, September 20th for our Fall Color Trip and to visit the Carousel of Happiness. The Carousel is a 1910 Loof carousel with 58 plaful animals carved by … Continue reading

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County at high risk for Radon, government offers free test kits

By Jack Minor Free Radon test kits are available from the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment at 1555 N. 17th Ave. while supplies last. In a release by the department Gabrielle Vergara said, “When we hear the … Continue reading

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Leland Wayne Carlson

Leland Wayne Carlson,  (Lee) 76, of Eaton, CO, entered his eternal home in Heaven, to be with his Lord and Savior, Thursday, Aug 12, 2010, after a short courageous battle with melanoma while at the University of Colorado Hospital in … Continue reading

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