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District 6 students to get new principals

Four schools in Greeley-Evans School District 6 will have new leaders for the 2013-14 school year.   Insoon Olson will take the reins of Northridge High School. Olson comes to District 6 from Silver Creek High School in Longmont, where … Continue reading

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Local entities to offer concussion symposium

by Matt Lacy –   As more and more attention is being given to NFL players and the long-term effects of concussions suffered from playing the game, local entities have teamed up to provide concussion training for local coaches.   … Continue reading

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Weld director of public works passes away peacefully at home

WELD COUNTY, CO – Today, Weld County government mourns for one of their own with the passing of long-time employee Pat Persichino. Persichino, who worked for the county for 32 years, passed away this morning peacefully at his home.   … Continue reading

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Broncos provide family fun in Greeley

by Peter Grady –   Broncos fans young and old were provided with a treat at yesterday’s Broncos caravan tour stop in Greeley.   For younger Broncos fans, the event had football tosses with prizes for “completed passes” and they … Continue reading

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Broncos caravan to stop in Greeley

GREELEY — The Denver Broncos will arrive in Greeley on Thursday, June 14 as part of their summer tour through Colorado which began in in Trinidad in May. As part of their tour, the team will make appearances at the … Continue reading

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Howling Pig libel bill moves closer to repeal

by Jack Minor – A bill that would repeal a Colorado libel law that was used to prosecute a Greeley blogger for criticizing a professor at UNC is one step closer to passage. The bill has been passed by the … Continue reading

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UNC offering food meeting Islamic standards

by Jack Minor – Students attending the University of Northern Colorado this semester may notice a change in the food offerings with menu choices now including meat slaughtered according to Islamic guidelines. Hal Brown, the food director at UNC, told … Continue reading

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Canadian artist to star in UNC comedy “Harvey”

Staff Reports — Guest artist Peter Krantz will be staring as Elwood P. Dowd in The University of Northern Colorado College of Performing and Visual Arts presents a comedy, Harvey, Directed by David Grapes. Harvey runs December 1-3rd at 7:30pm … Continue reading

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OWS to occupy Greeley Monday evening

by Jack Minor – A group of individuals organizing the Occupy Greeley protests have chosen Monday, Oct. 24 to begin their protests. Friday evening a group of about 25-30 people attended a meeting in Lincoln Park to work on organizing … Continue reading

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How will UNC Bankruptcy affect students?

by Craig Masters      – – Opening for its first students in 1854 with no less a prestigious president than Horace Mann, founder of American public education, Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, was bankrupt and ceased operations just before the … Continue reading

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Who are the school board candidates?

    By James Courant   The field for the upcoming Greeley/Evans school board elections is a crowded one. With fifteen candidates vying for the four open seats, the Gazette will be doing a series of articles on meeting the … Continue reading

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UNC hopes to break attendance record at homecoming event

    by Jack Minor – A University of Northern Colorado faculty member told the Evans city council that they hope to break last year’s record for community attendance during this year’s homecoming week. Mayor Lyle Achziger issued a proclamation … Continue reading

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Current Monfort pawn and Greeley mayor Tom Norton, as most probably don’t know

  I’m not in the habit of kicking dogs.  The one dog I’ve been hired by the voters of Greeley/Evans to kick is this school district. Of course this is one ugly animal.  I’m still in this dogfight, which usually … Continue reading

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Something over at city hall smells like fish. Rotting fish.

Matt Andrews  –  Greeley and Evans both have taxpayer money they are preparing to squander.  Whenever taxes are proposed to be raised, or needlessly spent, it should be a knee-jerk reaction of the community to examine the respective governing agencies.  … Continue reading

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UNC already voted free tuition to illegals

I have finally had enough. I just can’t stand it anymore. In December of 2008, the first governing board of a college in Colorado voted to give away in-state tuition to illegal immigrants…right here at UNC !!! Of course they’re … Continue reading

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There is money for art but not roads

by Vanessa Dominguez The display of art in Greeley’s public places was unanimously approved by city departments and City Council in 1997. In October 2009, City Council approved its five year art plan. Approval will term in 2014. Some examples … Continue reading

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Deana (Dee) Diane Burman

Deana (Dee) Diane Burman, 61 of Ault, died on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at Hospice care in Greeley. She was born on November 17, 1949 in Adair, Iowa to Harry and Ellen (Thompson) Huff. She lived there until she was … Continue reading

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Weld County Jail Booking Report September 17-19, 2010

By Mike Bauman The following persons were booked into the Weld County Jail from September 17-19, 2010.  All persons should be considered innocent until proven guilty.  (Source:  www.weldsheriff.com) September 17 ADAMSON, ROBERTO arrested:09/17/10 at 00:20 Arresting Agency: GREELEY POLICE DEPARTMENT … Continue reading

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Disctric 6 School Board meeting agenda for Monday, Sept. 13

The Board of Education will meet Monday, Sept. 13, at the District 6 Administration Building, 1025 Ninth Ave. The agenda includes an executive session at 3 p.m., a public work session at 4 p.m., and a regular business meeting beginning … Continue reading

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Road Maintenance Survey results are in

By Vanessa Dominguez 710 people took the City’s survey in regarding the road conditions in town and what should be done about them. The survey resulted in many comments and suggestions. The UNC Survey Research Lab had students dedicated to … Continue reading

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Mary Margaret Miller

Mary Margaret Miller, 91, of Eaton died July 31, 2010 at Meadow View of Greeley.  She was born June 11, 1919 to Orrin and Rena (Bodenhammer) Boles in Marshfield, MO. She received her education in the Marshfield school area.  On … Continue reading

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Phenomenal – a must see play by Little Theatre of the Rockies: Steel Magnolias a fun ride with six Southern ladies

By Jim Frazier Six Louisiana women in a beauty shop all speaking the truth — no play could be more entertaining, but this production is phenomenal. Every line is perfect. Funny, and yet deeply moving, the story is a roller-coaster … Continue reading

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Homegrown Talent-Greeley Grays open season

By Zachary Jory Old-fashioned wood-bat baseball and a family environment can be expected this summer as the Greeley Grays open their season. Grays manager, Chris Waters, says some exciting changes have occurred since last season, and the community can expect … Continue reading

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Greeley gets Jazzy, 40 years

Something is happening in the community this weekend that people will travel from miles around to be a part of.  The 40th Annual UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival is being held this Thursday, April 22nd-Saturday, April 24th and will be uniting internationally … Continue reading

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