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Archive for October 16, 2010

EarthSky Tonight—October 17, Solar system’s

EarthSky Tonight—October 17,  Solar system’s outermost planet near moon

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Do not expect to see Neptune, even though it is close to the moon tonight. Neptune, the 8th planet out from the sun, is the only solar system planet that you absolutely cannot see with the unaided eye. Pluto is not visible to the unaided eye, either, but in 2006, this distant world was reclassified – some say demoted – to “dwarf planet” status. Because of the moonlit glare, you probably will not even see the ... Full Story

Smith is In-Tune to be Sheriff

Smith is In-Tune to be Sheriff

I have been looking at and listening to the candidates for Larimer County Sheriff. Each represent a different political party, but only one clearly stands out from the other. Justin Smith has nearly 20 years of current experience with our sheriff’s office. Because his experience is current, he is in tune with the current state of law enforcement and the criminal justice field. He has both a bachelor’s and a master’s in criminal justice. Justin Smith has the desire and ability to learn ... Full Story

Dave Skiles on historic preservation

Dave Skiles on historic preservation

Berthoud Trustee Dave Skiles addresses the issue and importance of historic preservation in Berthoud. Visit his blog site by clicking on the link below. Trustee Skiles presents an informative view of the value of Berthoud's heritage. Back to the Future by Dave Skiles

Administrative Matters – October 19, 2010

Administrative Matters October 19, 2010 9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Commissioners' Conference Room 200 West Oak Street, Fort Collins Please Note: Scheduled Times are Subject to Change! * Please Note: If There is No Public Comment, Administrative Matters will Begin at 9:00 a.m. Agenda Public Comment 9:00-9:05 a.m. Approval of Minutes for the Week of October 11. 9:05-9:08 a.m. Review of the Schedule for the Week of October 25. 9:08-9:11 ... Full Story

Spartans 6, Roosevelt 40

The Spartans played shutout defense the second half and scored one touchdown. Unfortunately that was not enough to over come the 40 to 0 halftime score. The Loveland Reporter-Herald describes the game as a "rout." You can read their account at the following link. Loveland Reporter-Herald Return man does it all in rout of Spartans. by Mike Brohard

This Week in College Football History: Oct. 18 –

This Week in College Football History: Oct. 18 – Oct. 24

As part of an ongoing series throughout the fall, The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame posts This Week in College Football History, which takes a look back at some of college football's landmark moments over the last 141 year FEATURED MOMENT: October 23, 1976- College Football Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett broke NFF board member and College Football Hall of Famer Archie Griffin's one-year old NCAA career rushing record (5,206) as No. 2 ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—October 16, See Cassiopeia and Big

EarthSky Tonight—October 16, See Cassiopeia and Big Dipper on autumn evenings

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org On October evenings, the Big Dipper resides rather low in the northwest sky, and the W or M-shape constellation Cassiopeia the Queen sits on her throne in the upper northeast sky. These two star formations are like riders on opposite side of a Ferris Wheel. They spin around Polaris, the North Star, once a day. As one rises upward, the other plunges downward – and vice versa. As evening deepens into late night, the Big ... Full Story

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