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Eagles Score Three In Win Over Grizzlies

    Eagles Score Three Unanswered in 3-2 Shootout Win Over Grizzlies Jones Picks Up 30th Win of Season, Tying League Lead   WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah - The Colorado Eagles came back from an early 2-0 deficit to defeat the Utah Grizzlies, 3-2, in a shootout.  Kyle Jones stopped 39 of 41 shots before turning aside all five Utah shooters in the shootout, picking up his 30th win of the season, which ties Las Vegas' Joe Fallon for most in the ECHL. In a fiery first frame, Utah struck ... Full Story

State bound gymnasts to represent Loveland

  Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies have an impressive amount of gymnasts that qualified for the 2012 Colorado USA Gymnastics State Championships. Those that have qualified are as follows: Level 10: Bailie Holst Level 8: Rachel Rost Anisha Alvarado Level 8 and Level 10 State Championships will take place March 24 and 25 in Colorado Springs. The meet will be hosted by Aerials Gymnastics. Level 7: Abbie McCrimmon Jaxi Melby Kairey Vela Sidney Strizki Aryn Achambeau Tatum Graham Morgan ... Full Story

Latest from Longmont plane crash, 2 dead

Latest from Longmont plane crash, 2 dead

  9 News.com 2 dead after apparent mid-air collision over Longmont LONGMONT - Two planes crashed in separate locations after an apparent mid-air collision - leaving at least two people dead on Friday. The first plane went down at 11:43 a.m. around Colorado Highway 119 and East County Line Road in Longmont. The Weld County coroner's office says two people died in that plane crash, which was near a Walmart. "He just accelerated right into the ground and that was it. I mean, one big boom and ... Full Story

Deadly plane crash in Longmont Deadly plane crash in

Deadly plane crash in Longmont  Deadly plane crash in Longmont

  Mountain View Fire Department and several agencies are working with the FAA after a possible midair collision between two small airplanes near Longmont. Weld County Road 1 is closed from Highway 119 to Quicksilver Road. The Road will be closed for 24 hours. The latest report is the pilot of the second plane has been treated at an area hospital and is expected to be released soon and is in good condition. The Huffington Post Denver has more on the story Planes Crash In Longmont: At Least ... Full Story

War on Women: Oklahoma GOP

Oath of Office?

Oath of Office?

Cory Gardner frolics with lobbyists

Cory Gardner frolics with lobbyists

  Tea Party Freshmen Frolic With Lobbyists At $10,000 A Head Fundraiser Tea Party insurgents swept the Republicans into power in 2010, riding a wave of frustration with the status quo to a majority in the House of Representatives. But after less than two years, many seem to have become quite comfortable with the ways of Washington, or, in this case, Key Largo: That's where we caught up with a select group of Republican freshmen, engaged in business as usual. But they didn't come alone. ... Full Story

Stalin Invented ‘American Exceptionalism’

Stalin Invented ‘American Exceptionalism’

  How Joseph Stalin Invented 'American Exceptionalism' Rick Santorum and the rest of GOP presidential gang all have a man-crush. Considering he was an outright intellectual elitist, a shaggy-haired liberal, and -- horror of horrors -- French, the object of their adoration seems a bit surprising, but the French aristocrat Alexis de Tocqueville and his 1835 United States travelogue, Democracy in America, have surged into national politics this campaign cycle -- often linked to the nascent ... Full Story

GOP budget, poverty for most

GOP budget, poverty for most

Once upon a time, the United States was a prosperous nation with a strong middle class. The middle class had achieved what President Theodore Roosevelt dreamed for the middle class; a living wage that allowed them to take care of their family, buy a house, save some for old age. These people were able to live the American Dream and they purchased the products made in factories in the U.S. They were able to support charities and community activities. Workers shared in the wealth created by their ... Full Story

Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies

Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies

  Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies had their final meet of the season before the State Invitationals. They competed in the 2012 Colorado Sky Invitational at Bear Creek High School, hosted by Jet Gymnastics on March 10 and 11. Level 10 gymnast, Bailie Holst, took the title once again as the All-Around Champion (Score 35.850) in the 16-year-old Division. Holst placed 1st on Vault (9.500) and Beam (9.000). She also placed 4th on Bars and 5th on Floor. Level 8 gymnast, Rachel Rost, placed 5th ... Full Story

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