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Archive for November 21, 2011

Obituary: Zora June Dean

  Zora June “June Bug” Dean, 83, of Loveland, died November 18, 2011 at The Hillcrest Senior Living Center of Loveland. She was born May 4, 1928 in Evansville, Wyoming to Oscar and Pauline Berry. “June Bug”, as her family called her, enjoyed painting, crafts, sewing and camping. She was a real estate broker and a member of Front Range Christian Church. June moved from Mountain Home, Arkansas to Loveland in November of 2007. June is survived by her son Ricky J. Dean; daughter Viki ... Full Story

Disturbance at Larimer County Jail

At approximately 7:00 p.m. last night, four inmates in the high security area of the Larimer County Jail engaged in a disturbance causing the jail's Special Emergency Response Team (SERT) to be activated and a K-9 unit to be brought into the facility. The four inmates threw fecal matter throughout the common area and flooded their cells, which then caused flooding in the common area. The inmates refused numerous times to follow the commands of jail staff to lock down and stop the ... Full Story

On This Day, November 21, 1783

On This Day, November 21, 1783

  Men fly over Paris French physician Jean-François Pilatre de Rozier and François Laurent, the marquis d' Arlandes, make the first untethered hot-air balloon flight, flying 5.5 miles over Paris in about 25 minutes. Their cloth balloon was crafted by French papermaking brothers Jacques-Étienne and Joseph-Michel Montgolfier, inventors of the world's first successful hot-air balloons. For time immemorial, humanity has dreamed of flight. Greek mythology tells of Daedalus, who made wings ... Full Story

With Liberty and Justice for Some

With Liberty and Justice for Some

    By :Glenn Greenwald Book Excerpt As a litigator who practiced for more than a decade in federal and state courts across the country, I’ve long been aware of the inequities that pervade the American justice system. The rich enjoy superior legal representation and therefore much better prospects for success in court than the poor. The powerful are treated with far more deference by judges than the powerless. The same cultural, socioeconomic, and demographic biases that plague ... Full Story

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