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2014 Volkswagen Jetta SE Review by Stu Wright

    Volkswagen was originally founded in 1937 by the German Labor Front, a Nazi trade union.  The venture included production of an inexpensive car for the common man along with state-sponsored financing (“five marks a week you must put … Continue reading

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Report says Colorado flooding “likely a 100 year flood”

Coloradoan – The flood that ravaged Colorado earlier this month was “unprecedented,” according to a preliminary assessment issued by government and university scientists Wednesday. The report, which also stated that the flooding was “probably unmatched in at least 35 years,” … Continue reading

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“Super Trouper” 2013 Volvo XC60 T6 AWD Crossover

Volvo builds the XC60 in Ghent, Belgium, and the car has been the company’s best seller since its introduction in 2008.  It is a compact crossover SUV that was unveiled at the 2007 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.  I … Continue reading

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Public input sought for access control plan along US 34 business route

Staff Reports– Fort Collins, Colorado—The North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO) is pleased to announce the second open house to discuss preliminary design concepts for the 34 Business RouteAccess Control Plan (ACP). The plan will cover the stretch of … Continue reading

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Emissions testing commission caught red-handed in Weld County’s pocketbook.

Tea Party Supporters do more than wave flags – they work hard to keep Americans free According to an e-mail released to Loveland 9-12 subscribers, the Estes Park Tea Party Patriots were @#!*% and ready when the Colorado Air Quality … Continue reading

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Benito “George” Tenorio Romero

May 6, 1933-March 7, 2011   After a valiant fight with cancer, Benito passed away on March 7 surrounded by his family.   He was born in Roswell, New Mexico on May 6, 1933. In the late thirties, his family came to … Continue reading

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Thank You

We would like to thank the following businesses for their contributions to the Kayleah Wilson Memorial Fund Weld County Garage Front Range Interiors Air Xtreme Gronquist Insurance Culvers Restaurant West Pro Interiors Pirate Radio Gwen’s Salon The Greeley Gray’s Joey … Continue reading

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“She was my only baby girl“ -April Wilson

By Vanessa Dominguez Kayleah Wilson has touched the hearts of Greeley residents. She disappeared on March 28th after leaving her home to attend a birthday party. Her death is now being called a homicide. As with any loss, this is … Continue reading

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Homegrown Talent-Greeley Grays open season

By Zachary Jory Old-fashioned wood-bat baseball and a family environment can be expected this summer as the Greeley Grays open their season. Grays manager, Chris Waters, says some exciting changes have occurred since last season, and the community can expect … Continue reading

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