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Tipton Votes to Protect Rural Jobs

  Press Release Washington, D.C. –Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) issued this statement following the bipartisan passage of H.R. 1633, the Farm Dust Regulation Prevention Act. H.R. 1633 seeks to protect family farmers and ranchers, and other small rural businesses from potential new federal dust regulations. Additionally, it provides greater flexibility for states and local governments to manage dust in rural areas. "As a member of both the House Agriculture and Small Business ... Full Story

Gardner votes to prevent EPA regulation of farm dust

Press Release WASHINGTON D.C. – Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) and his colleagues in the House have passed a bill, H.R. 1633, which would protect agriculture from unrestrained dust regulations that are harmful to jobs in rural Colorado. “In case the administration hasn’t noticed, agriculture involves a lot of dirt – we drive down unpaved roads, plow fields and work with livestock. Trying to over regulate the dust stirred up from these activities, which are routine to rural life, would without ... Full Story

Investigate and Account for All of War Dead who Went

Press Release   Udall: Investigate and Account for All of War Dead who Went Through Dover Mortuary As Preliminary Number of Mishandled Remains Surfaces, Udall Renews Call to Fire Officials Responsible   Today, after hearing further reports that Dover Air Force Base improperly disposed of the remains of American service members in a Virginia landfill, Mark Udall demanded that Air Force officials immediately search the records of every fallen service member who passed through the base ... Full Story

On This Day: November 8, 1980

On This Day: November 8, 1980

John Lennon shot John Lennon, a former member of the Beatles, the rock group that transformed popular music in the 1960s, is shot and killed by an obsessed fan in New York City. The 40-year-old artist was entering his luxury Manhattan apartment building when Mark David Chapman shot him four times at close range with a .38-caliber revolver. Lennon, bleeding profusely, was rushed to the hospital but died en route. Chapman had received an autograph from Lennon earlier in the day and voluntarily ... Full Story

Spartans Come Up Short Against Thompson Valley

Spartans Come Up Short Against Thompson Valley

Berthoud Boys Basketball Falls To Thompson Valley 80-64 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer   It was a tale of two halves for the Berthoud High boys basketball team on Thursday night as the Spartans fell 80-64 to Thompson Valley in the opening game of the Berthoud Tournament. Berthoud jumped out to a 23-15 lead in the first period only to then get out-scored 65-41 in the next three periods. “We shot free throws well and we got off to a good start but we’ve just got to be able to play ... Full Story

Eagles Score Four Unanswered in 4-2 Win Over Idaho

  BOISE, Idaho - The Colorado Eagles, making their first trip to Idaho, defeated the Steelheads, 4-2, in the first of three games there this week. Idaho scored the game's first two tallies, but Colorado, playing with just 14 skaters, reeled off four unanswered goals and reeled in a win over the Steelheads. Idaho jumped out to a 2-0 lead in just over half a period, but the Eagles countered with a pair of their own to tie the game heading into the first intermission. Chad Nehring got the ... Full Story

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