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Archive for March, 2011

Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers to perform

Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers to perform

  The Rocky Mountain Chamber Singers is pleased to present their Spring Concert, "Around the World in Sound," under the directiion of Ann S. Bunyan. Performances are on Saturday, April 9, 7:30pm at St. John's Lutheran Church, 301 East Elizabeth St. in Ft. Collins; and on Sunday, April 10, 2:00pm at the Rialto Theater, 228 East 4th St. in Loveland. Join this highly acclaimed a cappella choir as they sing beautiful folk songs from Cuba, England, Jamaica, Ireland, Japan and ... Full Story

Ulanski, Jones Lead Eagles into Sole Possession of

Ulanski, Jones Lead Eagles into Sole Possession of First

Eagles, Fans Celebrate 300th Consecutive Sellout in Style LOVELAND, Colo. - The  Colorado Eagles defeated the Laredo Bucks, 5-0, in the Eagles' regular season home finale, which also happened to be the 300th consecutive sellout (including playoffs) in franchise history -- continuing Colorado's minor pro hockey record.  Kevin Ulanski had five points on the night (2-3-5) while Kyle Jones recorded his third shutout of the season, pushing Colorado into sole possession of first place in the ... Full Story

Berthoud High Basketball Teams Honored

Boys and Girls Teams Commemorate 2010-11 Seasons By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer With the 2010-11 seasons in the books, the boys and girls basketball teams gathered at Berthoud High on Wednesday evening to commemorate their seasons. The boys team finished the season 7-15 overall but despite the disappointing season record, Spartan Head Basketball Coach Pete Scheck had nothing but positive things to say about his team. Scheck remarked that Berthoud possessed “the intangibles of a great ... Full Story

7th grade student suspended for oregano

7th grade student suspended for oregano

Zero Tolerance Alert: School Officials Suspend 7th Grade Honor Student Over Innocuous Possession of Italian Herb, Oregano CHESAPEAKE, Va. — Pointing to yet another instance of zero tolerance policies being misapplied, attorneys for The Rutherford Institute have criticized school officials at Hickory Middle School for grossly overreacting when they suspended a seventh grade honors student over allegations that he was in possession of the Italian herb oregano. Insisting that Adam Grass, ... Full Story

Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire

Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire

Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire, according to CU-Boulder researcher A new study involving the University of Colorado Boulder shows clear evidence of the continuous control of fire by Neanderthals in Europe dating back roughly 400,000 years, yet another indication that they weren’t dimwitted brutes as often portrayed. The conclusion comes from the study of scores of ancient archaeological research sites in Europe that show convincing evidence of long-term fire control by ... Full Story

Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital

  FORT COLLINS - The Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University will host its annual Open House from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2. The Open House includes lectures, demonstrations, tours through the hospital and more than 15 display booths filled with information on animals. The Open House is coordinated and run by students in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences’ professional veterinary medicine program. Hospital tours ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—March 17, Moon swings close to Leo’s

Sky Tonight—March 17, Moon swings close to Leo’s bright star Regulus

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org Can you find the star that is shining close to the big and bright waxing gibbous moon tonight? That is Regulus; the brightest star in the constellation Leo the Lion. Regulus is the only first-magnitude star to sit almost exactly on the ecliptic. The ecliptic is the Earth’s orbital plane projected outward onto the sphere of stars. The ecliptic is often shown on sky charts, because the moon and planets ... Full Story

Sam Schleiger gets “Teacher Tuesday” award

Sam Schleiger gets “Teacher Tuesday” award

Sam Schleiger, a 2003 graduate of Berthoud High School is now a teacher in nearby Milliken. Schleiger was recently honored by country radio station K99 for the "Teacher Tuesday Award". Brian Gary and Susan Moore from K99 came to Milliken Elementary School where Sam teaches 5th grade and surprised him with the award during an all-school assembly. Mr. Schleiger was nominated for the award by a student in his class who noticed the many ways in which his teacher goes above and beyond in order ... Full Story

Falcons split Wednesday doubleheader with Creighton

USAF ACADEMY, Colo. - Air Force baseball split a doubleheader with Creighton Wednesday at Falcon Field. The Falcons (7-10) took game one, 2-1, while the Blue Jays (13-4) took game two 11-9. In game one, the Falcons rallied back from a 1-0 deficit with two runs in the seventh to pull out the win. Nathan Carter tied the game with an RBI single then scored the winning run on a throwing error by the Creighton second baseman on a grounder by Jon McMahon. Three Falcon pitchers combined to hold the ... Full Story

Take the online economic survey

Take the online economic survey

      Colorado Office Of Economic Development And International Trade (OEDIT) seeks input regarding economic development through online survey As part of Governor Hickenlooper’s Bottom-Up Economic Development initiative, the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) has posted an online public survey to help collect input from the public regarding economic development. Governor Hickenlooper is asking for residents across the state, county ... Full Story

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