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Archive for May, 2011

‘Bugs Even Series at 2 Games Apiece With OT Win

BOSSIER CITY, La. - The Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs evened the CHL's Presidents' Cup Finals with a 5-4 overtime win in a back-and-forth Game 4 of the championship series. The close contest was nothing new between the teams who have faced-off 17 total times in the playoffs. Of those 17 games, six have gone into overtime (35%), and 12 have been decided by just a single goal (71%). Colorado got off to a quick start, scoring 68 seconds into the game when Steve Haddon put back an Adam Hogg ... Full Story

Zero Tolerance Alert: High School Lacrosse Players

Zero Tolerance Alert: High School Lacrosse Players Charged

  Zero Tolerance Alert: High School Lacrosse Players Charged with Possession of Deadly Weapons (Penknife, Lighter Used to Repair Equipment)   EASTON, Md. — The Rutherford Institute is calling on Maryland school officials to exhibit some common sense and compassion in their handling of an incident involving two Easton High School lacrosse players who were suspended for being in possession of a penknife and lighter used for maintaining lacrosse equipment. It is undisputed that ... Full Story

The Year of the Black-footed Ferret

The Year of the Black-footed Ferret

    Thirty years ago something remarkable happened on a ranch outside of Meeteetse, Wyoming.  A black-footed ferret, a small nocturnal carnivore thought to be extinct, was found by John and Lucille Hogg’s dog Shep.  This event led to the dramatic discovery of a small group of about 130 black-footed ferrets and offered a ray of hope for the species. Research conducted on the Meeteetse population provided important new information on the life history and behavior of this ... Full Story

Soapstone Prairie Natural Area is Closed

The City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Program closed Soapstone Prairie Natural Area today due to unsafe road and trail conditions caused by recent rains.  Updates will be posted at www.fcgov.com/naturalareas/status.php.  Rangers check conditions daily and will reopen the site as soon as possible.

Loveland engaged in flood planning with other agencies

Loveland engaged in flood planning with other agencies

A robust spring runoff season is expected, but Loveland officials don’t anticipate flooding from the Big Thompson River. However, city emergency management staff are working on flood planning with Larimer County and other area agencies should worst-case factors occurs. This year’s mountain snowpack is about double the average size. Should the snowpack melt rate increase dramatically due to several days of high temperatures combined with unusual amounts of rainfall, some overflow in ... Full Story

Flood Warning for Larimer and Boulder Counties

Outlook for Larimer County: Rain and snow showers today (snow above 9,500-10,000ft today, 8,000ft overnight). total rainfall accumulations of 1"-2" possible with snow accumulations 6"-15" possible over next 24-hours. Flooding possible in burn areas within these counties.   Outlook for Boulder County: Rain and snow showers today (snow above 9,500-10,000ft today, 8,000ft overnight). total rainfall accumulations of 1"-2" possible with snow accumulations 6"-15" possible over next ... Full Story

Reunions

The Greeley High School Class of '61’ is planning a very special fiftieth reunion the weekend of August  5-7, 2011. If you were a member of this class at any time, or know somebody who was, please contact Pat Jones Best  (970) 330-7927    pbest4493@comcast.net Or Priscilla Hager Judge  (970)  353-3131    pejudge2@comcast.net.  

Eagles score four unanswered goals

Eagles Score Four Unanswered in Come-From-Behind Win; Lead Presidents' Cup Finals 2-1 Ulanski Scores Game-Tying & -Winning Goals BOSSIER CITY, La. - The  Colorado Eagles showed tremendous resolve in Game 3 of the Presidents' Cup Finals, scoring four unanswered goals in the third period for a 4-2 win against the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs. The win gives Colorado a 2-1 series lead in the best-of-seven championship bout, and represents the Eagles' first regulation win in Bossier City in ... Full Story

Newly detected chemical in smoke may have serious

Cigarette smoking, burning forests and even cooking fires all release a chemical compound not previously known to exist in significant quantities in smoke and which may have potential human health impacts, says a new study involving the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Colorado Boulder. The study was conducted by scientists at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, or CIRES -- a joint institute of CU-Boulder and NOAA -- along ... Full Story

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