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Archive for February, 2012

Agritourism Workshop

Agritourism Workshop

    Learn How to Diversify at Agritourism Workshop LAKEWOOD, Colo. – From visiting a farmers’ market or winery to spending a week working cattle on a ranch or taking a farm tour, agritourism activities are popping up across the state. To help farmers and ranchers learn more about agritourism, a workshop is scheduled for March 3, 2012, in Colorado Springs, Colo. “Agritourism is a growing segment of the agriculture industry in Colorado and across the nation,” ... Full Story

Congress: see how they voted

Congress: see how they voted

The Washington Post has created a link to look at the votes of both houses of congress, back as far as the 102nd Congress.       Congressional votes database               Explore the database House votes Senate votes

Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture

Conference Focuses on Food Safety & Agricultural Security LAKEWOOD, Colo. – The 21st annual Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture, scheduled Feb. 23 in Denver, will focus on the critical challenges of food safety and agricultural security. The conference’s guest speakers will address a variety of topics related to the food system. Officials also will announce details about two new programs meant to help shape the future of agriculture in Colorado: The Colorado Agricultural ... Full Story

Shooting death in Loveland

Shooting death in Loveland

          Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputies were called to the 1300-block of Cherry Avenue in Loveland, in unincorporated Larimer County, at 9:44 p.m. last night after a female called 911 to report a shooting.  Upon arrival, deputies discovered a 51-year-old male with a gunshot wound to his upper torso. The male was immediately transported to the Medical Center of the Rockies where he was later pronounced dead. Larimer County Sheriff's ... Full Story

Five Spartan Wreslters Qualify For State

Berthoud Sending Five Wrestlers To Pepsi Center By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer   After the 2010-11 season where the Berthoud High school wrestling team sent a whopping 12 wrestlers to the state tournament in Denver and brought home a pair of state champions, it was hard to imagine what the Spartans would do for an encore. The 2011-12 team, despite being younger and far less-experienced in the rigors of varsity wrestling, put together an impressive season. Long-time Berthoud ... Full Story

Religion On The Campaign Trail

Religion On The Campaign Trail

  The Third Party Interest: Religion On The Campaign Trail BY: JONATHAN TURLEY With the rhetoric and rancor rising in the campaign for the White House, the election has increasingly become a call to the faithful, with candidates attempting to outdo one another in appealing to religious voters. Indeed, listening to these candidates, one could easily think this is a campaign for ecclesiastical rather than presidential office. One leading candidate recently invoked "supernatural" ... Full Story

Truth, lies and Afghanistan

Truth, lies and Afghanistan

Truth, lies and Afghanistan How military leaders have let us down By LT. COL. DANIEL L. DAVIS I spent last year in Afghanistan, visiting and talking with U.S. troops and their Afghan partners. My duties with the Army’s Rapid Equipping Force took me into every significant area where our soldiers engage the enemy. Over the course of 12 months, I covered more than 9,000 miles and talked, traveled and patrolled with troops in Kandahar, Kunar, Ghazni, Khost, Paktika, ... Full Story

Eagles Win 4th Straight

Eagles Win 4th Straight

Eagles Win 4th Straight After Weekend Sweep Against Stockton LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles defeated the Stockton Thunder, 4-1, behind the strength of Kyle Jones' 41-save effort in his 21st win of the season -- and the 50th of his career with Colorado.  Ben Chiarot picked up the game-winner -- the first of his career -- with a shorthanded penalty shot in the third period. The teams exchanged unsuccessful power plays early in a wide open first period that saw great ... Full Story

One Town’s War on Gay Teens

One Town’s War on Gay Teens

          One Town's War on Gay Teens In Michele Bachmann's home district, evangelicals have created an extreme anti-gay climate. After a rash of suicides, the kids are fighting back. By Sabrina Rubin Erdely Every morning, Brittany Geldert stepped off the bus and bolted through the double doors of Fred Moore Middle School, her nerves already on high alert, bracing for the inevitable. "Dyke." Pretending not to hear, Brittany would walk ... Full Story

Jeremy Roush cooking it up at Amherst

Local celebrity Chef Jeremy Roush has a cooking video in the "Mass Appeal." Jeremy is the former operator of the Berthoud Wayside Inn and is now the Executive Chef at Amherst College. Thanks to Jeremy's father Dave for sending this link to  the video from a local TV broadcast. The video window is in the upper left and starts with some delicious looking cookies. A short advertisement follows and our friend Jeremy takes center ... Full Story

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