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Archive for October, 2010

EarthSky Tonight—Oct. 5, Glowing pyramid of light in

EarthSky Tonight—Oct. 5, Glowing pyramid of light in east might be false dawn

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Autumn is the best time of year to see the false dawn, also known as the zodiacal light. This light can be noticeable and easy to see from latitudes like those in the southern U.S. I’ve seen it many times from the latitude of southern Texas, sometimes while driving a lonely highway far from city lights, in the hour or so before true dawn begins to light the sky. In that case, the zodiacal light can resemble the lights of ... Full Story

Turner Middle School: September Students of the Month

Turner Middle School: September Students of the Month

6th Grade – Shelby Braesch Shelby comes to class prepared and ready to learn.  Her work is top quality and reflects her effort.  Shelby participates and always contributes to our class discussions.  She is a great thinker. 7th Grade – Bailey Patterson Bailey is very meticulous in her work and demonstrates great enthusiasm for learning.  She ... Full Story

Smith Has Integrity

Smith Has Integrity

In this campaign season, we’ve been bombarded with questions of integrity, experience, past history. We crave a candidate with integrity, experience, and a history that is open and honest and without skeletons. We have this candidate, Justin Smith for Larimer County Sheriff. Justin Smith is a current high-ranking member of our sheriff’s office. Over the last two decades, he has worked as a deputy, sergeant, and division commander, has worked in Internal Affairs, and ... Full Story

New Charter School on the horizon?

New Charter School on the horizon?

  Public Forum for Loveland Classical Academy BF Kitchen Elementary School Cafeteria Thursday, Oct. 7 6:00 - 7:30 pm   The Thompson School District has received an application for a new charter school, Loveland Classical Academy, requesting to open in 2011-2012. The forum is the public’s opportunity to provide testimony to the Board of Education regarding comments or concerns about the proposed charter school. If community members are unable to attend this session, ... Full Story

Political Events Calendar for Larimer County

Political Events Calendar for Larimer County

Political Events Calendar for Larimer County Tuesday, October 5 Ballot Initiative 60, 61 & 101 Information Meeting,  7-9 pm Mountain View High School Cafeteria 3500 Mountain Lion Drive, Loveland Guest Panel Sheriff James Alderden Robert Keister, Larimer County Budget Director Lucille Steiner, President, Thompson R2-J Board of Education Eric Wilkinson, General Manager, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District Hosted by Larimer County Farmers ... Full Story

Bennet a No-Show at 92% of Senior Citizen Hearings

Bennet skips Social Security, senior hearings--even when they're in Colorado Press Release by Owen Loftus | Press Secretary Buck for Colorado DENVER—Senator Michael Bennet has trouble with attendance.  Yesterday, it was revealed that he wants to limit debates with Republican Senate candidate Ken Buck. Now Coloradans are learning that Bennet is ditching work. Bennet is a member of the Special Committee on Aging, which tackles issues such as Social Security and other important ... Full Story

Ken Buck supports policies to ship Colorado jobs

Ken Buck supports policies to ship Colorado jobs overseas

KEN BUCK SUPPORTS POLICIES TO SHIP COLORADO JOBS OVERSEAS – SO DOES HE BACK TODAY’S SENATE BILL TO CREATE JOBS AND END OFFSHORING? Senate Voting Today To Close Tax Loopholes For Companies That Ship American Jobs Overseas, While Providing Incentives To Keep Jobs In America Buck Should Tell Colorado Voters Where He Stands On The Creating American Jobs And Ending Offshoring Act With the U.S. Senate set to vote today on the Creating American Jobs and Ending ... Full Story

The Greeley Chorale opens 46th season

The Greeley Chorale opens 46th season

Greeley, Colo - - The Greeley Chorale is excited about their 46th concert Season: Musical Reflections of Home & Abroad. The Greeley Chorale is comprised of 90 auditioned adult singers - some of whom travel great distances to sing with this unique group. Its repertoire ranges from the traditional major choral works of the great composers to the spirituals, folksongs, and Broadway music of America. Through its support of local arts events, church choirs and school choirs, ... Full Story

Veterans Alliance for Security and Democracy Endorses

Cites Bennet’s Record of Standing Up for Veterans, Buck’s Plan to Privatize Veterans’ Health Care WASHINGTON, DC (4 October 2010) -- Today, the Veterans Alliance for Security and Democracy Political Action Committee (www.vetpac.org <http://www.vetpac.org> ) is proud to announce its endorsement of Michael Bennet for U. S. Senate for his dedication defending the values for which veterans served, fought and died. “In his short time in Washington, Michael has stood on the ... Full Story

Udall, Bennet Announce 4 Major Grants for Essential

Eagle County, Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, Avon, Boulder, Fort Collins and Loveland to Receive ‘State of Good Repair Program’ Grants Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet announced that bus and transit systems in Eagle County, Roaring Fork, Avon, Boulder, Fort Collins and Loveland will receive almost $19 million as part of a new transit initiative announced in May 2010 called the “State of Good Repair Program.” The competitive grant ... Full Story

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