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Texans and Oklahoma City bomber – all the same to Reuters / Connecticut College professor

by Craig Masters Did these guys die in Vain? Reuters makes no apologies for a leftist college professor who says the Oklahoma City bomber and Texans should be studied as one phenomenon. Reuters is often caught slanting their reporting as far … Continue reading

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BLM declares Texas is Oklahoma land

 by Craig Masters Cowboys at the ready While the world watched, these cowboys sat ready to defend their way of life against more than 200 heavily armed federal agents and snipers hiding in the hills. The agents were sent by Harry Reid’s … Continue reading

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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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Two Judges rule against Obama / Reid

by Craig Masters In the state where card games are big money, two Nevada judges have called a spade a spade in ruling that Obama does not have the Constitutional authority to change law to suit his political agenda. This … Continue reading

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Officials urge Congress to take action on Colorado River

(Brush News-Tribune) — Government officials are urging Congress to consider solutions to deal with possible water shortages in the Colorado River basin that could include finding ways to reduce demand, conservation and better management of water supplies. Other solutions being … Continue reading

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Business leaders becoming emboldened to speak out on Obama policies

by Matt Lacy –   Following Obama’s crushing debate in last week’s presidential debate business owners appear to now feel they can safely speak out about how the president’s policies are affecting their businesses.   On Monday, David Siegel, owner … Continue reading

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Obama begins Energy tour

by Craig Masters While Obama stumps near Boulder City, Nevada, in support of another solar energy company, taxpayers are learning more disturbing details about their losses in another Department of Energy backed solar panel manufacturer, First Solar of Arizona. USA … Continue reading

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Democrats lose seat held since 1923

          by Jack Minor –   Twin Republican victories, including taking a seat held by Democrats for 88 years, show that the wave of voter anger that propelled many Tea Party candidates to victory last year … Continue reading

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House passes second bill to raise debt limit, Senate votes down, “O” promises veto anyway

By Jack Minor  –   Going down to the wire, House Republicans passed a second bill to raise the debt limit, while Democrats again refused to pass it in the Senate. White Press Secretary Jay Carney said Obama will not … 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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Mary Rudiger

Mary Rudiger, 87, of Evans, passed away on November 3, 2010 at the Hospice Inpatient Unit.  She was born March 22, 1923 in Princeton, Missouri to Joseph M. and Roxie Celia (Laws) Weaver. Mary married Orville D. Rudiger on July … 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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Lena Archuleta

May 16, 1916 ~ June 8, 2010 Lena Archuleta of Las Vegas, Nevada died Tuesday, June 8, 2010.  She was born May 16, 1916 in Del Norte, Colorado to Eugenio and Bertina (Espinosa) LeBlanc.  She married Samuel R. Archuleta in … 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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Eris Winona Gipson

Eris Winona Gipson June 4, 1923 ~ May 14, 2010 Age:86 Residence: Greeley, Colorado Eris Winona Gipson was born to Virgil Wright and Amanda (Clarke) Wright in the coal camp in Superior, Wyoming.  She lived there with her family until … 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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IS AZTLAN RISING? RECONQUEST OF SOUTWEST SOUGHT BY SOME

By Jim Frazier A dangerous cultural theme shared by some of the protestors to the new Arizona immigration law, is called “reconquesta” or reconquest.  Members of  these groups believe that the southwest lands of the U.S. should be be colonized … Continue reading

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