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President Clinton: “She is not a crook?”

First let me make this “public service announcement.” The online company review site “yelp” only post negative reviews for free – darn if they don’t try to extort a “fee” from businesses if a positive review happens to be available. … Continue reading

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Banning Almonds could save Colorado ranches

Are hedge funds managers betting on the Almond Earthquake? Their economic value is second only to milk, but unlike the ‘happy ‘ cows , almond trees are demanding more than their fair share of resources of California. As an entrepreneur … Continue reading

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2014 Acura ILX FWD Sedan Review by Stu Wright

    The Acura ILX is the entry-level luxury car sold by the upscale division of Honda Motor Company.  It is based on Honda’s Civic, with luxury appointments to bring it up to the Acura standard.  It is the first luxury … Continue reading

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Convicted murderer getting new trial because no blacks on jury

A convicted murderer in a pair of horrific crimes form the 1980s has now been granted the righto a new trial for the reason that none of his jurors were African-American.   The San Francisco Chronicle reported how Steven Crittenden … Continue reading

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Sexual Predator Honored With U.S. Postage Stamp

By Matt Barber  Benjamin Franklin famously quipped, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Franklin evidently failed to envisage today’s postmodern left. For the conservative, there exists at least one other certainty, and … Continue reading

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Quality Missing From Economic Measurements

by Mike McCune —  Every time our government borrows a dollar or prints a dollar not based on anything of recognized value, the dollar in your pocket, savings account or investment goes down. That is government-fueled inflation at work.   … Continue reading

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Colorado taxpayers should brace for immigration of Californians

by Craig Masters New tax increases approved by California voters in November have created bargain prices for U-Haul rental trucks – rented for one-way to California. Texas, which has no state income tax, is attracting the greatest percentage of those … Continue reading

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Salvation Army seeks 300 volunteers to ring in Holidays at red kettles

Greeley, CO  – Bells at The Salvation Army’s red kettles are set to begin ringing Thursday, November 15, signaling the official start to the holiday fundraising season for the organization.  Local Army officials are appealing to Greeley residents to give … Continue reading

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Calif. Dem leader compares GOP to Nazi Party

by Matt Lacy –   Illustrating a sharp contrast between the GOP convention where the theme was of Obama being a good man, but just over his head, A prominent Democratic leader is apparently striking a different tone with a … Continue reading

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Chik-fil-A supporters defend chain in a big way

by Jack Minor –   While “gay” rights supporters have been flexing their muscles since President Barack Obama came out and said he was in favor of same-sex marriage, it appears they have hit a stumbling block over their attempts … Continue reading

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Marines find heroes in Afghan soldiers

By Craig Masters Marine Cpl Jason Hallett 2010 On October 23, 2010, Marine Lance Corporal Jason Hallett was only 19 years old. He was on a minesweeping mission in Sangin district, Afghanistan. According to a story by Cpl. Ned Johnson … Continue reading

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Custodians earn trust in schools

By Craig Masters An open letter To all Thompson School District custodial staff, families and friends: In response to dozens of requests since January, two articles have been published to bring attention to the failures of school districts across the … Continue reading

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Being proud to be American now considered racism

by Matt Lacy – In a shocking display of political correctness run amok, students at an American school have been accused of racism for shouting “USA, USA” during a high school basketball game. The incident occurred following a game between … Continue reading

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Group draws line in sand over San Diego cross

by Peter Grady – In asking the Supreme Court to intervene in a case over a war memorial, a legal group says if atheists prevail then no war memorial will be safe. The issue involves the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial … Continue reading

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America’s Monarchy, are they forcing a new Revolution?

                              by Craig Masters Historical accounts of early America explain that in the 1770’s King George III directed his law enforcement officers to push harder in … Continue reading

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The Rant – Reported Facts Don’t Fit In Same Puzzle

by Mike McCune — Liberal-funded New Economic Foundation made the case for a 21-hour work week late last week in a published report. That was issued the same day Forbes and Local Market Monitor, a research firm, released a report … Continue reading

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Greeley economy showing early signs of growth

By Craig Masters Tracking several economic indicators; including some growth indicators, Greeley has moved ahead of over 300 other U.S. metro areas to be ranked at number 62 out of the total of 379 in the study. That is up from position … Continue reading

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PETA says 13th Amendment applies to animals

by Jack Minor – An animal rights organization has filed a lawsuit claiming that the 13th Amendment which outlaws slavery applies to animals as well as humans. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals filed a suit in the U.S. … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center by Betty Grauberger

 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.   You may also donate at La … Continue reading

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Occupy Denver protest turns violent for Gazette reporter

Greeley Gazette reporter, Craig Masters, found coverage of the protest in Denver Saturday evening to be more personal than usual. Police moved to clear the intersection of Broadway and 14th streets using batons to persuade the defiant protestors to return … Continue reading

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Greeley braces for new flood of California illegals

In Sacramento, California, Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday granted illegal immigrants access to state financial aid at public universities and community colleges. The “DREAM ACT” as it has been labeled will allow students who are illegal immigrants and who have … 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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Greeley Figure Skaters Take Home the Gold!

       Ashley Cullen, 9, and Nica Digerness, 11, demonstrated their athletic prowess when they brought home the gold from the State Games of America.  They had the honor of representing the State of Colorado figure skating while in … 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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Evans Senior Center by Betty Grauberger –

Dining Around with Dennis and Donna….Sunday, September 18th from the south parking lot at 9:45 a.m.  You will be heading for Dorothy’s Catering Buffe Brunch in Loveland.   Cost $5.00 for transportation……plus your brunch, of course.   If you plan to attend … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

           Join us, please, for a wonderful western style BBQ right here at the Senior Center on August 17th beginning at 11:00 a.m.  Guaranty Bank will be co-sponsoring this event and it will be a “HOOT”! … Continue reading

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Evans Senior Center

 We have suspended our Senior Breakfast for the summer….we will resume on September 1st at 9:00 a.m. with a full load of goodies for your tummy.   In the meantime, follow us weekly as we fill in with other events and … Continue reading

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Power company shutting down five coal plants, retiring units at another six, cites high cost of regulation as cause

  by Jack Minor             A large mid-western power company has announced it will be closing five coal-powered plants and retiring units at another six, to comply with pending environmental regulations which it says are … Continue reading

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Helene Marcia Fast Faulconer

Helene Marcia Fast Faulconer passed away June 12, 2011 at the age of 70.     “Honey,” as she was known by all her loved ones and friends, was born in Asbury Park, New Jersey March 28, 1941. She spent … Continue reading

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Wet in the north, dry in the south state faces flooding, fire warnings

by Jack Minor   Parts of 71st Avenue in Greeley have been closed off as spring runoff has caused flooding along the Poudre river. City crews have set up barricades around Poudre River Ranch to O Street.   Jerry Pickett, … Continue reading

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Japan Nuclear Disaster Rated as Bad as Chernobyl

By Mike Bauman  On Tuesday Japan raised its estimation of the radiation leaked from its crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant. New measurements  showed more radiation than had previously been thought had leaked during the early days following the earthquake and tsunami.  … Continue reading

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