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Are 51st state opponents attempting to declare votes illegitimate?

It appears critics may be attempting to adopt a strategy to prevent the votes from being counted on the issue after the election, with a call by a former county commissioner  to pressure Weld County commissioners to refuse to count … Continue reading

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Greeley vet ticketed for treating human patient

Greeley Tribune — A local veterinarian was ticketed Wednesday, accused of treating a man who came to him complaining of pain in his toes.   A medical professional at North Colorado Medical Center informed police in June that a man … Continue reading

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Conservationists, oil and gas officials come together on safety concerns

Greeley Tribune — The us-versus-them debate is over, and it’s time to deliver a new message to an ever-skeptical public about the safety of oil and gas drilling in Colorado, officials said Wednesday at the Rocky Mountain Energy Forum. “It’s … Continue reading

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Isaia Aricayos to announce run against Young for HD 50

Republican Isaia Aricayos is formally announcing his intention to challenge Democrat Dave Young for the House District 50 seat following a series of votes in favor of controversial bills including restrictions on Second Amendment rights and a bill that would … Continue reading

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Sheriffs, disabled file suit over Colo. gun laws

In a deliberate move to catch gun control activists off guard, an  organization representing Colorado sheriffs in a lawsuit over a series of  recently passed gun control laws abruptly announced the filing of the suit in  federal court today.   … Continue reading

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Tribune takes Greeley voters to the woodshed over District 6 scores

by Peter Grady –   The head of a local political organization has taken issue with a recent editorial by the Greeley Tribune placing the blame for low test scores on voters.   In a recent editorial, District 6 needs … Continue reading

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Reese stymies critics by expanding business dealings

by Peter Grady –   A series of attacks by various groups over the years to destroy Brett Reese appear to have backfired as his holdings have actually increased over the past year.   Last week, Pirate 104.7 won the … Continue reading

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Well decision a no-brainer, give farmers the water

While others, including the Greeley Tribune may try to waffle on the issue of whether area farmers should be permitted to turn their Wells on to prevent an economic disaster and save their crops, we believe the issue is a … Continue reading

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Man Camp manager takes Trib to task for closure remark

by Jack Minor –   The manager of a local RV park says that contrary to the Greeley Tribune’s statement that a man camp at their facility was shut down by county officials, they are still open and moving ahead … Continue reading

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Civil Union bill does not provide enough protection for opponents

Supporters of the civil union bill currently being debated in the Colorado state legislature attempt to portray the issue as one of fairness, while opponents say it undermines traditional marriage; however there is a major issue with the bill that … Continue reading

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The Greeley Tribune vs. The Greeley Gazette

 Journalism, as practiced by the Greeley Tribune, is often used as a vehicle to harass and defame Greeley citizens.  During Mayor Ed Clark’s term of office, the Tribune used the power of the poison pen to manipulate public opinion against … Continue reading

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Circulation decline prompts new charges for Greeley Tribune

Denver television station KDVR reported Tuesday, that faced with a shrinking number of print subscriptions, The Tribune, Greeley’s largest daily newspaper, has announced it will begin charging customers for much of its online content starting in November. Tribune Publisher, Bart … Continue reading

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Who are the school board candidates?

    By James Courant   The field for the upcoming Greeley/Evans school board elections is a crowded one. With fifteen candidates vying for the four open seats, the Gazette will be doing a series of articles on meeting the … Continue reading

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Tribune’s arrogance toward (future former) readers knows no bounds

Editors Note: This is an email exchange that took place between a Greeley Tribune reader and Tribune reporter Dan England.  We at the Gazette are happy to print the otherwise unpublished arrogance of The Tribune. You may contact us with … Continue reading

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Brett Reese: D6 is wasting million$ – Taxes not the answer

  In spite of numerous meetings with the public, my colleagues are continuing their fantastic proclivity to image and politics instead of education.  They have held meetings, collected input and then ignored it all for their own whims.  There does not … Continue reading

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D6 employees: “We’ll lose our jobs if we speak out”

Story and photo By Jack Minor  Former and current School District 6 employees spoke out during a town hall meeting held by Brett Reese saying they were afraid to discuss the problems in the district, fearing it might cost them … Continue reading

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Greeley Trib serving our community?

By Brett Reese  –  (The Tribune has refused to print this editorial, or any editorial by Brett Reese, elected official) General Douglas MacArthur once stated, “I am concerned for the security of our great Nation; not so much because of … Continue reading

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Greeley Tribune gets it wrong…again

  For those few who still read the Greeley Tribune as well as to those who still believe it to be an objective source of local information, it’s time I set the record straight. I was there.  Another tortuous district … Continue reading

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Bangert’s Greeley Tribune- “The Tribune will not print a public official’s column, period.”

  Brett Reese   – The following email between Brett Reese, popular elected public official, and Randi Bangert, editor of the Greeley Tribune shows the inside communications and “agenda” of what a few in our community still believe is an objective … Continue reading

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Greeley Tribune – D6 Last in Funding: Fact Check

By Mike Bauman In a recent editorial, the Greeley Tribune stated that Weld School District 6 is dead last in per student funding in the top 20 largest districts in the state.  The editorial went on to lam-blast readers for failing … Continue reading

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CDE – West Ridge Charter not a Conversion

By Mike Bauman In a letter dated February 7, 2011, Colorado Department of Education Public School Finance Director, Leanne Emm, determined that the proposed charter school, West Ridge Academy, was not a private school conversion as defined in Colorado law. … Continue reading

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Reactions to Reese comments prove King’s desire to judge by content of character still unfulfilled

Editorial Brett Reese is once again making headlines and once again is battling sensationalism in journalism. This time we believe Reese is attempting to start a discussion regarding Martin Luther King Jr. and the federal holiday named after him. This … Continue reading

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Greeley is #1!!! (in violent crime)

By Mike Bauman According to the 2009 Uniform Crime Reporting Data compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Greeley has the highest rate of violent crime in Colorado for cities with populations between 87,000 and 101,000. In violent crime in general, … Continue reading

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The “New Kid in Town” Threatens the Old Guard

By Linda Delgado The tactics of the Greeley Tribune are affecting the community in a negative way.  Pride and fear have stopped the tribune from reporting a number of important stories and events in the community. While I understand the … Continue reading

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Mob Style Hush Tactics Imposed in Greeley

By Connie Breen Nevada owned Greeley Tribune, allegedly pressured Blues Jam participants and organizers regarding interviews with the Greeley Gazette. When Gazette Reporter Zach Jory asked a band member for an interview, she said they were specifically and strictly instructed … Continue reading

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The pioneer takes the arrows

Over the past few months there certainly have been no lack of opinions regarding Kayleah Wilson. I have children of my own however, I do not pretend to understand the depths of the grief the family must be going through … Continue reading

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Your Not So “Local Newspaper”

By James Courant For years there have been very few choices in print media in the Greeley area. To have a story covered in print or a print advertisement the only real choice for years has been the “local” paper, … Continue reading

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Press calls Tea Party movement “insurgents”

By Jack Minor Regardless of how you feel about them one thing is undeniable, the Tea Party movement elicits heightened emotions. They have politicians from both parties, nervous and scratching their heads. The word “tea” in the movement’s name, is … Continue reading

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School board member Reese describes bias of The Tribune in his lawsuit

Richter Plumbing and Heating has been involved in over 40 lawsuits Photo and story By Mike Conners, Last Thursday Brett Reese and Marion Richter Plumbing and Heating were back in court with claims of poor workmanship and substandard installation of … Continue reading

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Rogue School Board Member Frustrated, But Determinedb

by Brett Reese, I have never seen the level of extreme censorship exercised by the majority of this board and Superintendent Lang.  I realized coming onto this board I would be the lone vote on many issues.  That I would be … Continue reading

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