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Obituary: Eileen Elnora Thompson

Obituary: Eileen Elnora Thompson

  Eileen Elnora Thompson, 79, died on December 14, 2011 from Leukemia. She was born on October 3, 1932 in Sheridan County, Kansas to William Heim and Marie Mannebach Heim. After graduating from Leoville High School in Leoville, Kansas, she enrolled at St. Anthony’s School of Nursing in Hays, Kansas graduating in 1954. On November 16, 1954 she married Philip Thompson at St. Frances Cabrini Church in Hoxie, Kansas. After living in Loveland for 44 years, they moved to Berthoud. Eileen was ... Full Story

Eagles Continue Mountain Division Climb With Win Over

  WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah - The Colorado Eagle defeated the Utah Grizzlies, 3-2, taking the first two contests in this week’s three game series. The win marked the seventh straight game in which the Eagles have earned at least a point, and moved them solidly into second place in the Mountain Division, and within three points of second place in the Western Conference. Once again the Eagles skated short-benched, starting the game with just 13 skaters, and playing the second half of the ... Full Story

Larimer County Deputy Attacked

Larimer County Deputy Attacked

Deputy Attacked, Former Inmate Helps Deputy Date: 12/16/2011 Christmas spirit was put to a test last night as a Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputy was attacked after stopping to assist a motorist with a broken down vehicle.  Donovan James Boggs, DOB: 03/22/92, of Loveland was arrested for the assault. At approximately 7:00 p.m. last night (December 15, 2011) a Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputy observed a blue Chevy pickup truck parked off the side of the road at Interstate 25 and ... Full Story

Denver woman found guilty in mortgage fraud scam

  DENVER – After deliberating for less than 4 hours, a federal court jury found Vicki Dillard Crowe, aka Vicki R. Dillard, age 32, of Denver, guilty of mail and wire fraud in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme, U.S. Attorney John Walsh, FBI Special Agent in Charge James Yacone and U.S. Postal Inspector in Charge Oscar Villanueva announced. Crowe pocketed close to $1,000,000 during the course of her fraudulent scheme. The jury trial, heard before U.S. District Court Judge Marcia S. ... Full Story

Banner Health kidney transplant center named best in

PHOENIX - Banner Health's kidney transplant center at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center in Phoenix has been rated the No. 1 kidney transplant center in the U.S., according to a study funded by the National Institutes of Health. All 246 kidney transplant centers in the U.S. were assessed in the study by using publicly reported data from the transplant centers and Medicare. Factors assessed included patient outcomes, experience and wait times. Phoenix-based Banner Health owns McKee Medical ... Full Story

Deputies Graduate from Adams County POST Academy

  Date:                12/16/2011 The Larimer County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce the graduation of  Deputies Mark Hecker, Justin Calkins and Russell Downing  from the Adams County Peace Officer Standards and Training Academy. Deputy Mark Hecker is a 2011 graduate of Colorado State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology/Criminology.  He was a member of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office Explorer Post and later served as a Reserve Deputy.  Mark is the ... Full Story

Obituary: John T. Hannaford

Obituary: John T. Hannaford

John T. Hannaford, of Berthoud passed away at his home on December 13, 2011. He was 62 years old. Born on May 7, 1949 in Greenwich, Connecticut to Harold and Delores Hannaford, he was raised in southern California in the greater Los Angeles area where he graduated high school. John moved to northern Colorado in the late 80’s and has resided in Berthoud. He is survived by two children: son Jesse Hannaford of Soap Lake, Washington; daughter Sarah Jane Hannaford of Portland, Oregon; sister and ... Full Story

Reply from U.S. Senator Mark Udall

Reply from U.S. Senator Mark Udall

  Dear Gary, Thank you for contacting me regarding controversial detainee provisions in the National Defense Authorization Act (FY12 NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2012 (H.R.1540).  I appreciate hearing your thoughts on this important topic. As you may know, I am firmly opposed to several provisions in the FY12 NDAA that regulate the detention of terrorism suspects.  These provisions could be interpreted to authorize the indefinite military detention of American citizens who are suspected of ... Full Story

Udall Co-Sponsors Bipartisan Bill to Prohibit

Udall Co-Sponsors Bipartisan Bill to Prohibit Indefinite Detention

Udall Co-Sponsors Bipartisan Bill to Prohibit Indefinite Detention of Americans without Trial or Charge   Today, Mark Udall, a member of the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence committees, announced that he has joined Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein and a bipartisan group of his colleagues in introducing the Due Process Guarantee Act of 2011, to clarify that American citizens apprehended inside the United States cannot be indefinitely detained by the military. The ... Full Story

Coffman Proposes More Reforms for Congress

Coffman Proposes More Reforms for Congress Introduces Bills to Enact Term Limits and Stop Automatic Pay Raises   (WASHINGTON) – Today U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman announced that he introduced two pieces of legislation aimed at reforming Congress. One bill would put an end to automatic annual pay raises for members of Congress, requiring federal lawmakers to vote on any salary increase, while the other bill would limit the number of terms a member of Congress may serve. “The current system is ... Full Story

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