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Fritzler Corn Maze continues tradition of old-fashioned, American values with Wildlife Sanctuary theme

by Jack Minor   At a time when many Americans seem concerned and anxious as they see great American traditions, beliefs and values come under assault on an almost daily basis, they can take comfort that at the Fritzler Family … Continue reading

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Civil War Encampment to be held at Centennial Village

GREELEY, CO—  Centennial Village, 1475 A St., is hosting a Civil War Living History event on Saturday, Sept. 19 and Sunday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Museum visitors will observe the same daily offerings typical to the museum, … 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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Babies have fewer legal rights than farm animals, Congressman says

During a bill that would prohibit abortions after the fifth month of pregnancy and the unborn child is capable of surviving outside of the mother’s womb, Rep. Trent Franks, (R-AZ) said it is appalling that under current American law supporting … Continue reading

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New British invasion: US rental markets

By Jack Minor – While the Beatles were part of the initial British invasion in the 1960s, a second wave appears to be arriving as British investors have begun to look into purchasing properties in the United States. What growth … Continue reading

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Weld holds “Let’s Talk Month” to foster sex-education dialogue

Fall is in the air—temperatures are dropping, leaves are changing and families are talking about sex.  (And if they aren’t, they need to be!)  October is Let’s Talk Month, a time to emphasize the importance of communication between parents and … Continue reading

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Fritzler Corn Maze highlights American unity, through good times and bad

For the past 14 years Glenn Fritzler and his family have unveiled a corn maze design that seems appropriate for Colorado or current events, and this year is no different as the design is intended to represent the struggles and … Continue reading

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UPDATE Greeley – High Water Updates 1:00 PM

New Information:   River Levels Overnight and into this morning river levels have dropped significantly.  Anticipate fluctuations throughout the day as a result of Sunday rain along the north Front Range now reaching Greeley.   Roads Reopened this morning 5th … 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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Roaches, Mosquitoes, and Birds: The Coming Micro-Drone Revolution

by John Whitehead —   “[Drones are a] game-changing technology, akin to gunpowder, the steam engine, the atomic bomb—opening up possibilities that were fiction a generation earlier but also opening up perils that were unknown a generation ago.”—Peter Singer, senior … Continue reading

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EEOC sued for religious discrimination

The government agency charged with investigating discrimination in the  workplace is itself facing a discrimination lawsuit by a worker claiming he was  forced to violate his religious beliefs. Greg Somers, an investigator for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,  has filed … Continue reading

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Website highlights Christian persecution by being “hip”

This is not a cold building with a dusty King James Bible and an unopened  hymnal sitting on a pew. This is a ministry that tries to be tuned in to today’s world and is run by,  believe it or … Continue reading

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North Dakota outlaws abortions based on gender

North Dakota’s governor has signed into law a series of pro-life bills that  he expects will be challenged, but he says the issues need to be decided. Today Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed the first three of the legislature’s  pro-life bills … Continue reading

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CBS apologizes for show glorifying Communism

Following WND’s report on CBS’ “The Amazing Race” taking contestants to Hanoi, where they sat through a communist presentation,  and went to a display celebrating the death of Americans, the network has issued  an apology. Liberals and conservative alike had … Continue reading

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“Through with chew” week encourages tobacco users to quit

GREELEY – Weld County residents who use smokeless tobacco products and have tried to quit know that quitting tobacco can be very difficult.  There are a couple of events going on to help those who use smokeless tobacco products to … Continue reading

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Weld county to recognize Northern Water’s 75th anniversary

WELD COUNTY — The Weld County Board of Commissioners will recognize the 75th Anniversary of Northern Water at the Wednesday, September 19, 2012, board meeting at 9:00 a.m.   The Commissioners will read a resolution into the record and present … Continue reading

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Weld Food Bank celebrates 30 year anniversary

GREELEY, September 7, 2012 —  This year marks the 30th year Weld Food Bank has been working to alleviate hunger in Weld County.  In that time, Weld Food Bank has distributed 88 million pounds of food to hungry residents of … Continue reading

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What is God-based counseling?

by Carol Clemans —   Some people cringe when they hear the word ‘counseling.’ I want to share what I do through God’s Word in my counseling sessions. Thomas Hardy Leahey stated, “Psychology means ‘psyche-logos’, literally the study of the … Continue reading

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Old Testament tabernacle coming to area

History will come alive in Northern Colorado Sept. 8-16 when the traveling Messiah’s Mansion arrives in the vacant field just north of Johnsons Corners.  3000 years ago God called the Jewish people out of Egypt in what is known as … Continue reading

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Healthy habits for going back to school

WELD COUNTY, CO – Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment offers health tips to students who will be heading back to school after summer vacation to keep them healthy.   School supplies: check.  New backpack: check.  Haircut: check.  … Continue reading

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Education System Has Failed, Drastic Change Needed

by Mike McCune —   School Time is Near! I can tell because of the “Back-to-School” ads everywhere. All it means is another nine-month sentence to boredom for our kids because they crtainly don’t have any need to learn in … Continue reading

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Why do liberals get in an uproar over a conservative voice?

by Carol Clemens —   America is the most wonderful country in the world.  We have freedoms that many countries do not have.  One is the freedom to express our opinions through speech. Recently when the President of Chick-fil-A was … Continue reading

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Windsor Lake closed after complaints of illness

The Town of Windsor on Monday closed Windsor Lake until further notice after swimmers there reported becoming ill. Melissa Chew, director of Parks, Recreation and Culture for the Town of Windsor said samples taken from the lake outside the beach … Continue reading

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Why do evil things happen?

by Carol Clemans —   This is an age-old question: “Why do evil things happen?” The answer is in the Bible. I know some do not believe in God or His Bible truth, but that does not eliminate God’s truth. … Continue reading

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An America Without God

by Carol Clemans–   We lived in Stockton, California, for 23 years, moving out of the city in 2003. Recently the city has declared bankruptcy. They have terminated many of their police force. Stockton’s crime rate is double as to … Continue reading

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Rabies infected animals highlight need to keep pets shots up to date

by Sarah Evans –   Animals are an important part of our lives. Pet animals, such as dogs and cats provide companionship, comfort, and can help us lead healthier lives. They are cherished members of the family and are often … Continue reading

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Pornography: Destroyer of families & ministries

  by Carol Clemans —       The lust the eyes, the lust of the flesh and the pride of life are destroying marriages and ministries. In the last 20 years as a certified pastoral counselor, I’ve counseled numerous … Continue reading

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Greeley to hold meeting discussing High Park fire effect on water supply

GREELEY — The Greeley City Council will hear a report at 5 p.m. today, June 12 regarding the current and possible impacts of the High Park Fire on Greeley’s water supply.  The presentation will cover the challenges to Greeley’s water … Continue reading

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Why would our President brag on his unproductive high school years?

by Carol Clemans —   In a recent interview, President Obama described his high school years. He bragged that he took drugs enthusiastically.  From the way he described those years, he was a non-productive student.  As I heard his words, … Continue reading

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Do we listen to the President or God?

by Carol Clemans —   This week President Obama spoke on television that he believes that homosexual couples should be allowed to be married with all the rights that a husband and wife receive through marriage – (not exact quote).  … Continue reading

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National blood pressure education month

Staff Reports — Greeley – Across the world, many organizations are dedicating specific days of the year to the importance of Blood Pressure Education. Since 1984, May has been proclaimed as National Blood Pressure Education Month in the United States. … Continue reading

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Get moving for health during May

Staff Reports — Greeley – May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month.  This year, Healthy Weld 2020 joins the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports to challenge residents to get moving for health and to get active and … Continue reading

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America – A nation without moral values?

by Carol Clemans — I write a monthly column for www.ibcperspectives.com. In Vol.22/No.4 of Perspectives, there is a short article entitled “Radical Homosexual Agenda in U.S. Congress.” It states the following: “The goal of many radical homosexuals is to create … Continue reading

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Are you a stay at home mom?

by Carol Clemans —   It’s amazing to me that in this modern day we still hear statements, “She’s never worked a day in her life. She’s a stay-at-home Mom!” Having been an 8 – 5 employee as an administrative … Continue reading

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America needs to be in a “fever” about all life!

    The teen shooting in Florida is a tragic loss for his family.  I will leave it to the courts to decide the right and wrong in this episode of life.  What amazes me is that the nation is … Continue reading

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