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Archive for January, 2011

The Festivus Film Festival

The Festivus Film Festival

January 13 through January 16. Premiering in 2007, the Festivus Film Festival was created to promote high-quality independent films and filmmakers to the Denver public. The festival is not only celebrating its fourth year providing incredible international films to the public but it recent approval as a non-profit organization. The Festivus Film Festival was recently named by MovieMaker Magazine as, “one of the 25 Coolest Film Festivals in the Nation. The 2011 promises to be the best yet. ... Full Story

Home Buyer Education Classes

Home Buyer Education Classes

  Neighbor to Neighbor Offers Free Home Buyer Education Classes Qualifying Buyers for Down Payment Assistance   Fort Collins – Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N), a Larimer County non-profit that helps families achieve homeownership, offers free monthly certified home buyer education courses to meet the growing demand for consumer education – providing smart advice for home buyers before they purchase a home. Attendees who complete N2N’s one-session class leave as educated, savvy consumers ... Full Story

Star Night at the LTO, Jan 21

Star Night at the LTO, Jan 21

Eagles Blast ‘Bugs, 6-1

Eagles Blast ‘Bugs, 6-1

LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles defeated the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs, 6-1, earning a five-goal win against the team with the second-best record in the CHL one week after doing the same against the team with the best record (the Allen Americans). Andrew Penner backstopped the win, improving to 4-0-0 lifetime in the regular season against the 'Bugs, while Steve Haddon continued his five-game point streak with a season-high four points (2-2-4) in the victory. Colorado controlled ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—January 9, Watch moon and Jupiter

Sky Tonight—January 9, Watch moon and Jupiter

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org The first two celestial objects to pop out at evening dusk are the waxing crescent moon and the dazzling planet Jupiter. The moon and Jupiter rank as the brightest and second brightest heavenly bodies in the evening sky, respectively. The position of the moon and Jupiter at evening dusk depends on where you live worldwide. Way up north – like in Alaska – the moon and Jupiter will appear rather low in southern ... Full Story

Turner Middle School, December Students of the Month

Turner Middle School, December Students of the Month

Madison Sommers – 6th Grade Madison works hard in school.  This effort is evident in all that she does.  Madison strives for excellence and reaches that bar. Colton Poore – 7th Grade Colton always puts forth an outstanding effort into all of his work in all of his classes.  He is a fantastic team member and is always willing to help the group.  Thanks Colton for your attention to detail and excellent participation in class. Lucia Archuleta – 8th Grade Lucia ... Full Story

Senate Minority Leader Mike Kopp’s Statement on

Today Senate Minority Leader Mike Kopp issued the following statement on the appointment of Ellen Golombek as Executive Director of Department of Labor and Employment. “Governor-elect Hickenlooper’s appointment to the Department of Labor may certainly take some of the air out of the bipartisan atmosphere he has promised to promote as Governor. His selection of a noted progressive activist and union boss in Ms. Golombek, certainly will raise plenty of eyebrows in Colorado’s business ... Full Story

The Odd Couple at the Rialto

The Odd Couple at the Rialto

Hickenlooper names more directors

Over the past week, Governor-elect John Hickenlooper announced several appointments. Reeves Brown will be Executive Director of the Department of Local Affairs. Brown is now Executive Director of CLUB 20, a non-profit political advocacy organization representing the interests of the 22-county Western Colorado region. He will use his working relationships with local governments and his experience in collaborative decision-making to assist local governments across Colorado deliver services in ... Full Story

Greeley accepting applications for vacant council

Greeley accepting applications for vacant council position

  Application Process Announced for Vacant At-Large Council Seat Attachment: Council At-Large Vacancy Application Greeley City Councilmember Maria Secrest has resigned her at-large Council position and accepted a position with Representative Cory Gardner’s new Greeley office. According to Colorado law, there are two options for selecting a replacement on the City Council:  1) an application, interview and appointment process or 2) a special election.  The Council has chosen to use the ... Full Story

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