Tag Archives: March

Obamacare deadline prompts world’s largest protest

by Craig Masters Civil rights riots and the Viet Nam War protests were the result of some Americans uniting in civil protests to tell their government to change a policy or rewrite a law. These protests made headline news. In … Continue reading

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TSD Teachers’ behavior criticized by State Senator

by Craig Masters At the March 19, meeting of the Thompson School District Board of Education a notable observer, State Senator Kevin Lundberg, was in the audience. After witnessing first hand the disgraceful behavior of too many district teachers, Senator … Continue reading

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Dem blames Obamacare woes on ignorance of American people

The latest excuse for Obamacare’s poor enrollment figures has taken an interesting twist as a Democratic lawmaker is now blaming the low numbers on Americans who are too dumb to know Obamacare is a law.   The remarks were made … Continue reading

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Russia claims 100 page document reveals rebels behind gas attacks

McClatchey -Russia says it has compiled a 100-page report detailing what it says is evidence that Syrian rebels, not forces loyal to President Bashar Assad, were behind a deadly sarin gas attack in an Aleppo suburb earlier this year.   … Continue reading

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NY jury tackles case of blacks using N-word

NEW YORK (AP) — A federal jury has rejected the argument that use of the N-word among blacks can be a culturally acceptable term of love and endearment, deciding its use in a workplace rant was hostile and discriminatory. Jurors … Continue reading

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Sheriffs speak out against gun control bills

(Brush News-Tribune) — Seven Colorado sheriffs, including Morgan County Sheriff Jim Crone, spoke passionately at a July 17 rally regarding a lawsuit recently filed by Colorado sheriffs against two gun control measures. The rally, held at Brush’s rodeo arena, drew … Continue reading

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Weld DA tells how cancer helped his family draw closer to God, each other

In an exclusive interview with the Northern Colorado Gazette, Weld County District Attorney Ken Buck explains how his recent bout with cancer and what he terms a miracle in being cured of the disease.   I think it helped my … Continue reading

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Marriage Equality’ Spells ‘Marriage Extinction’

By Matt Barber — Next week the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on two of the most critical cases of our time. On Tuesday, March 26, attorneys will make the pitch both for and against California’s Proposition 8. This, … Continue reading

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Adultery joins list of Democrat approved behaviors.

By Craig Masters Denver, March 22, 2013 The political party that forced into law the mandatory acceptance of the sexual behavior of homosexuals now claims it wants to stay out of people’s bedrooms! Democrats who sponsored the bill to legalize … Continue reading

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Ft. Collins DBA snubs local business in favor of large media outlets

by Jack Minor –   A local radio station in Fort Collins has been told it will not be able to have a float in the local St. Patrick’s Day parade, while other stations owned by national organizations outside the … Continue reading

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Senator Lundberg invites the public to gun control hearings

by Craig Masters In his review of events in the Colorado legislature this week, Senator Kevin Lundberg (R) writes, “It is strong language to say public safety and personal freedoms are under siege, but those are the consequences I see … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center Feb. 20, 2012

by Betty Grauberger —   With sights set high, we are eagerly awaiting the final verdict…..as of now we believe that we will be starting up our Friday Lunch Program with Weld County Senior Nutrition beginning on Friday, March 1st…..keep … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center 9/2/2012

Evans Senior Center by Betty Grauberger   HAVE A WONDERFUL LABOR DAY WEEKEND!   AND GOD BLESS THE U.S.A.! CALLING ALL VETS….Our next meeting will be September 1st at the Golden Corral in Evans/Greeley at 7:30 a.m.   Come and join us … Continue reading

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Housing Market Still Shaky, FHA Problems Multiply

by Mike McCune —   Over the past few months the media has been painting a rosy picture of the housing market. The Administration has been suspiciously quiet and reticent about the housing sector though. That means trouble somewhere.   … Continue reading

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Jobless claims increases by nearly 70,000

by Matt Lacy –   The actual number of American applying for jobless claims increased by 69,971 from the previous week; however the Associated Press and other members of the media used adjusted numbers to claim the opposite.   On … Continue reading

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Renter’s threats result in restraining order

by Jack Minor – A restraining order has been filed against a tenant of Brett Reese after he allegedly threatened physical violence against him for attempting to collect on a late rent payment. The restraining order was issued by Judge … Continue reading

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March Jobs’ Report Contains Serious Understatements

by Mike McCune —   The disappointing March jobs’ report released on Good Friday started a new round of political bickering in Washington over the effect Barack Obama’s and Ben Bernanke’s policies have had for the past three years while the stock markets … Continue reading

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America’s Most Biblically-Hostile U. S. President

When one observes President Obama’s unwillingness to accommodate America’s four-century long religious conscience protection through his attempts to require Catholics to go against their own doctrines and beliefs, one is tempted to say that he is anti-Catholic. But that characterization … Continue reading

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The Rant: Baby Boomers Present Huge Challenges for U.S. Economy

by Mike McCune —   Far too often in these degenerate days what passes for research is skewed because the research is biased towards the the outcome favored by entity funding the operation and the education given the researchers. As … Continue reading

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Fed pool rules could cost Greeley $28,000

by Jack Minor – The city of Greeley is poised to spend up to $28,000 to install wheelchair lifts at its pool facilities in order to comply with the Obama administration’s new interpretation of rules it issued two years ago. … Continue reading

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Greeley residents able to start watering today

Staff Reports —   Because it has been such a dry winter and warm in March, Greeley residents will be able to water their lawns early. Beginning on Friday, March 23, the Water and Sewer Director is authorizing a citywide … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center 3/20/2012

by Betty Grauberger   New York City participants……your pre-trip meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 27th at approximately 12:30 p.m. at the City of Evans Community Complex.   You will need to attend or have someone pick up your paperwork on … Continue reading

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Federal Judge moves March 8, to July 9

by Craig Masters Millions of procrastinators have put off de-bugging the DNS Changer virus from their computers. March 5, federal Judge Denise Cole extended the cut-off date for the FBI servers another 120 days ending July 9, 2012; at least … Continue reading

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T.J. Maxx to open Greeley store

Staff Reports —   FRAMINGHAM, MA (March, 2012) — T.J.Maxx, the nation’s largest off-price retailer, will open a new store in Greeley on March 18th. The 25,000 sq. ft. store will be located at Centerplace of Greeley, 4110 Centerplace Drive. … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center 3/7/2012

by Betty Grauberger   New York City participants……your pre-trip meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 27th at approximately 12:30 p.m. at the City of Evans Community Complex.   You will need to attend or have someone pick up your paperwork on … Continue reading

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Grampa’s Guide to March 8

By Craig Masters In 1900 phone companies were hiring young, unmarried women as operators. Since so many readers misunderstood or just couldn’t believe the FBI was able to “turn off” the internet, this is as simple as I can explain … Continue reading

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Greeley Gazette reader 20 minutes ahead of CBS News release of Operation Ghost Click

By Craig Masters Monday afternoon February 20, the Greeley Gazette posted an informative article about the possibility that many computer users might lose their access to to the internet when, not if, the FBI shuts down servers it put into … Continue reading

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IRS among victims of internet servers infected by DNSChanger Trojan

By Craig Masters Imagine the biggest web sites in the country going black. It could happen next month. Here’s the worst part: The malware also prevents security updates and disables installed security software. The FBI has set March 8 as … Continue reading

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Brother testifies in favor of “Terri Schiavo Day”

by Matt Lacy – Bobby Schindler, the brother of Terri Schiavo testified on Tuesday in support of a New Hampshire bill proclaiming March 31 of each year as a day to remember Terri Schiavo. Schiavo, who spent 15 years on … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center by Betty Grauberger

Betty Grauberger is going to Jail!  Yup…..on October 27th to raise money for MDA….please help by donating on line or by calling MDA and donating in her behalf so she will not have to stay there forever…..now, now…..I know some … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

Senior Breakfasts are back on the first Thursday of  each month at 9:00 a.m….of course that means November 3rd for our next big one!  The Pikes do great things cooking for you and the cost is just $4.00 for all … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center – October

Senior Breakfasts are back on the first Thursday of  each month at 9:00 a.m….of course that means October 6th for our next big one!  The Pikes do great things cooking for you and the cost is just $4.00 for all … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center by Betty Grauberger

Senior Breakfasts are back on the first Thursday of  each month at 9:00 a.m….of course that means October 6th for our next big one!  The Pikes do great things cooking for you and the cost is just $4.00 for all … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center by Betty Grauberger

    Senior Breakfasts are back……and you missed the one last Thursday!!   However, we do have more opportunities on the first Thursday of  each month at 9:00 a.m.   The Pikes do great things cooking for you and the cost is … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

  Senior Breakfasts are back……and you missed the one last Thursday!!   However, we do have more opportunities on the first Thursday of  each month at 9:00 a.m.   The Pikes do great things cooking for you and the cost is just … Continue reading

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