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UN Treaty Now Supercedes 2nd Amendment

by Craig Masters The United States signed the UN Arms treaty. The 2nd Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is now officially void – according to the United Nations and President Obama. From The United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs: small … Continue reading

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Cost of Colorado flood recovery begins to mount

Brush News Tribune – Throughout flood-ravaged communities, local, state and federal agencies are working together to restore normalcy and determine the extent of damage.   The repair estimate for state-owned roads and bridges alone is $430 million, according to Micki … Continue reading

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Bohner betrays Liberty – Violates his Oath of Office

by Craig Masters A two-term libertarian who runs on the republican ticket in Michigan recently teamed with a 25-term liberal Democrat, also from Michigan, and together they proposed a serious liberty-oriented amendment to the funding bill for the NSA. The … Continue reading

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Longmont police officer jailed in Fort Collins

Fort Collins Coloradoan – A police officer has been arrested and accused of sexually assaulting a woman in Loveland. Longmont police Officer Chris Martinchick turned himself into the Larimer County Jail in Fort Collins on Wednesday morning. He faces possible … Continue reading

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Weld officials to conduct emergency siren test

The Weld County Office of Emergency Management, in coordination with local communities, will conduct a test of the emergency warning siren system in Weld County at 10:00 AM on Saturday, May 18 2013. The test will last for several minutes … Continue reading

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Weld Peace Officer’s Memorial Ceremony to be held Wednesday

On Wednesday, May 15, 2013 a ceremony will be held at the Fallen Officer’s Memorial at Bittersweet Park located at 16th Street and 35th Avenue .   The event will be held at 10:00 a.m. and will recognize seven dedicated … Continue reading

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Government Attacks Payday Loan Industry

by Mike McCune —   The Federal government has a spending problem. The Federal government has more debt than it can possibly pay. The Federal government is now monetizing (buying) its own debt at the rate of $85 billion per … Continue reading

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The Rant – “Honor” Missing From U.S. Government

by Mike McCune —     What damages America more, manipulated inflation or higher tax rates? Both pluck wealth from America at a devastating pace.   Earlier this week the President made an impassioned plea to gain support for his … Continue reading

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Gun bill hearings time changed

by Craig Masters The time for the public hearings on the proposed gun control bills before the Colorado Senate on Monday, March 4, has been rescheduled from a start time of 1:30pm to an earlier start time of 10:30am. According … Continue reading

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Historic district to celebrate 10 year anniversary

GREELEY — The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission and the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) invite all Greeley residents to an event to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the designation of the Downtown Greeley Historic District on the Greeley Historic Register (GHR) … Continue reading

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Greeley historic society to hold 10th street walking tour

GREELEY — The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission invites the public to a walking tour of the 10th Street Corridor on Monday, September 17, 2012, at 5:30 p.m.  Participants will visit some of the properties reflecting the post-World War II development … 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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Officials tell Catholic chaplains not to read letter criticizing policy on contraception

Archbishop Brogilo by Peter Grady – Following a decision by the Obama administration to force religious organizations to offer contraception drugs that could cause abortion, the Pentagon sent an e-mail to chaplains advising them not to read a letter critical of the … Continue reading

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Randy Travis coming to Greeley

February 7, 2012 (GREELEY, CO) Randy Travis will celebrate his silver anniversary with a stop inGreeley, on his 30 city tour, at theUnionColonyCivicCenteron Saturday, February 18 at 7:30 pm.   Travis marked the beginning of his 25th year in the … Continue reading

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Blues Brothers coming to town

Staff Reports — January 19, 2012 (GREELEY, CO) It’s been almost thirty years since brothers, Jake and Elwood Blues, played by John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, invited the world to join them on a ‘mission from God’ in The Blues … Continue reading

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Internationally renowned modern dance company coming to Greeley

Staff Reports — January 19, 2012 (GREELEY, CO) The Union Colony Civic Center inGreeley presents world renown dance company Pilobolus on Friday, January 27 at 7:30 pm.   Pilobolus began in 1971 as an outsider dance company and quickly became … Continue reading

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Congress proposes plan to save Post Office without taxpayer dollars

by Jack Minor – A bill has been proposed in Congress that would save the Post Office by freeing it from government regulation and would not cost the taxpayers one dime. It is being reported the USPS cannot continue into … Continue reading

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FEC allows foreigner to run for president

by Jack Minor – An individual who was born in another country, but later became naturalized, has been given permission to run as a presidential candidate by the Federal Elections Commission. Abdul Karim Hassan filed a request with the FEC … Continue reading

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Banned book list excludes those banned by libraries themselves

by Jack Minor – The American Library Association’s banned book list features two books promoting the “gay” lifestyle, including one with graphic imagery, while neglecting to list books banned by libraries themselves opposing the “gay” movement.  Each year the ALA … Continue reading

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Police Officers Killed: 2011 vs 2010

By Mike Bauman  As of April 1, 2011, there had been 52 police officers killed in the line of duty in the United States this year.  Compare that to 48 by this time last year.  The Greeley Gazette salutes the … Continue reading

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City council member has resigned for Congressional appointment

Greeley City Councilmember Maria Secrest has resigned her at-large Council position and accepted a position with Representative Cory Gardner’s new Greeley office. According to Colorado law, there are two options for selecting a replacement on the City Council: 1) an … Continue reading

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Brownlee one of 154 officers killed in the line of duty this year

By Mike Bauman The death of Deputy Sam Brownlee has shocked our community. According to the website, Officers Down Memorial Page, Brownlee was one of 154 police officers killed in the line of duty so far this year. Gunfire was … Continue reading

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Nearly 5000 Weld County Residents Are Packing “Heat”

By Mike Bauman Recent information from the Weld County Sheriff’s Office shows nearly 5000 Weld County residents have concealed handgun permits.  Permit holders tend to be a secretive bunch, understandably not wanting others to know they carry.  However, most cite … Continue reading

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Wanted!!!! Can You Help Weld County Locate these Persons

By Mike Bauman They say approximately 20% of the population commits 80% of the crime.  You can help make our community safer. The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the following people: HUERTA, MARCOS ANTONIO 2408 9 STREET, GREELEY, … Continue reading

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Wanted!!! Copper Thieves

By Mike Bauman This year Weld County has experienced numerous thefts of copper wire.  Studies have shown that approximately 20% of people commit 80% of crimes.  You could make our community safer.  If you can identify any of the individuals … Continue reading

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Vote Early, Avoid the Rush

By Mike Bauman Early Voting vote centers will be available at the following 5 locations. These facilities will open from 8-5 on October 18, 2010 – October 29, 2010. Early Vote Centers turn into Election day Vote Centers on November 2, … Continue reading

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Ward 2 City Council Vacancy

The City of Evans is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on the Evans City Council for Ward 2. The term of this Council position is until April, 2012. All persons interested in applying to fill this position of Councilmember … Continue reading

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District residents invited to apply for Budget Advisory Committee

School District 6 invites members of the Greeley and Evans community to contribute to the development of the district’s annual budget by serving on the Budget Advisory Committee. The BAC, a new advisory committee, will take a long-term view of … Continue reading

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Denver Post/Greeley Tribune Story Maligns Candidate

By Mike Bauman A story entitled “Belittled case drew Senate candidate Buck a rebuke from boss” was printed last week by the Denver Post and Greeley Tribune. The story is a follow up to comments made by Buck’s opponent, Jane … Continue reading

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Dismal weather did not prevent DA volunteers from updating safehouse room

By Jack Minor Despite chilly temperatures and constant rain, the spirits of seven Weld County District Attorney’s Office employees were not dampened on Saturday when they arrived at A Woman’s Place to update a room. A Woman’s Place serves victims … Continue reading

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Recall of Councilor Poppaw Based on Violations of Oath of Office

By Stacy Lynne Councilor Lisa Poppaw violated her sworn oath of office.  She violated her oath by voting for the policies and goals of foreign organizations which are in direct opposition to the United States Constitution. The Climate Action Plan … Continue reading

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DA’s office helps women dress for success

By Jack Minor During the month of May the Weld County District Attorney’s office helped gather clothing for a local charity that provides professional clothing to women entering the workforce. The office conducted a clothing drive which resulted in over … Continue reading

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NEW OFFICE OPENS IN GREELEY FOR IMMIGRATIONS AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT (ICE)

The community should not expect a drastic increase in immigration projects. – Kumar Kibble By Jim Frazier Five stocky men in dark suits and sunglasses stood outside the building to direct media and other guests to the ICE open house … 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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Police Chief Reports Good News to GRW

by Christy Rodriquez for The Greeley Gazette Monday April 5, 2010, Greeley Police Chief, Jerry Garner reported to the Greeley Republican Women’s Group, “There was not one traffic fatality in 2009.”  He presented statistics to the club and stressed the … Continue reading

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