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Larimer Humane Society turns in signatures for tax increase issue

(Ft. Collins Coloradoan) — Larimer Humane Society is one step closer to a new shelter. The local animal welfare organization submitted 18,000 signatures on a petition asking voters for a sales tax increase on the November ballot. If at least … 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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Socially engineering a Dis-armed America.

by Craig Masters The open display of contempt for the Constitution and the people of Colorado was exemplified this week in the Colorado Senate Judiciary Committee as several anti-public interest bills moved through the democrat-dominated committee. These bills are being … Continue reading

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National Federation of the Blind to sponsor picnic in Greeley

GREELEY – Join the Greeley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of Colorado for FREE food and FUN in honor of their 12th anniversary.   Who is invited?  The Greeley Chapter invites Individuals who are blind or visually … Continue reading

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Help for the homeless has arrived in Greeley

  –   The Guadalupe Community Center is north of Island Park by Craig Masters    – The generosity of Weld County residents is being prudently invested and professionally managed at the new Guadalupe Community Center. The result is a chance for … Continue reading

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40 Years – A solid success for Gadhafi

Did absolute power corrupt Gaddafi, absolutely! Gaddafi with Nassar in 1969. By Craig Masters When Gadhafi rose to power, Barack Obama was only a baby. The young Gadhafi promised hope and change for the “people” who were being exploited by the wealthy. … Continue reading

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“This is one of the last things I want to do”-Mayor Lyle Achziger of Evans

By Vanessa Dominguez The city of Evans has 20,000 residents and only one fire station. That one station houses three fire trucks, two of which are aging and in need of replacement. The suggested expiration date for a fire truck … Continue reading

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Gary M. Strasser

53 years old Greeley, CO 80634 Gary passed on December 11th of heart disease in Greeley Colorado. Gary was a Civil Engineer that worked for the Colorado Department of Transportation with many noteworthy achievements. He loved animals and enjoyed hobbies … Continue reading

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Car Winter Preparedness Kit

By Mike Bauman With winter nearly upon us and road conditions variable, it’s a good time to think about some preparedness items you might want to carry with you in your vehicle.  What follows is a short list of items … Continue reading

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Fun Halloween activities for your infant/toddler

Many babies and toddlers are too young to go trick or treating, so what is the alternative? It is nearly impossible to resist those ever-so-cute Halloween costumes, so make the most out of it. Babies and toddlers alike will enjoy Halloween … Continue reading

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More than just a dogcatcher: Animal Control Officers assist patrol officers

By Jack Minor Animal Control Officers are often categorized as simply dogcatchers. Police Chief Jerry Garner says that is what they used to be, but over the years they have become so much more. A recent ride-along illustrated that Animal … Continue reading

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“Crate Debate” and Rattlesnake Season

By Rish Burkholder and Linda Harms Q: Why does my dog need a crate? Isn’t a crate just a cage? A: Crates would be more appealing to pet owners if they looked like little dog houses. Some crates do look … Continue reading

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Missionary Manner: bringing people off the streets and into shelter

By Vanessa Dominguez Missionary Manor held their Inaugural Fundraising Breakfast last Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church in Greeley. Joe Tennessen  gave the keynote address in which he stated that non-profit groups like Missionary Manor and Habitat for Humanity are … Continue reading

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Rotary Club shows off disaster tent at Eaton health fair

by Jack Minor, for The Greeley Gazette Walking into the Eaton 9News Health Fair there was a strange site, the Rotary Club had set up a disaster tent for display. The tent is part of a shelter box that can … Continue reading

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