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Archive for March, 2012

Wranglers over Eagles

Pair of Late Goals Lead Las Vegas to Win LAS VEGAS, Nev. - The Las Vegas Wranglers scored goals in bunches to top the Colorado Eagles, 5-3.  The home team built an early 2-0 lead with tallies 21 seconds apart and emerged from a tied game late with another pair 70 seconds apart in handing the Eagles a loss as they begin a four-game road trip that will take place in three different cities over five days. Shots were doled out like playing cards during the first period, in which Las Vegas out-shot ... Full Story

Eagles help local Hawks

Eagles help local Hawks

Over $26,000 was raised by the Colorado Eagles at their first "Pots of Gold" fundraising event this past Saturday. The money was donated to the Addilyn Hawks Foundation. Addilyn Hawks is the daughter of Larimer County Jail Deputy Aaron Hawks and his wife Krystin. Born on December 19, 2010, Addilyn was diagnosed with Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis-Type 2,  a liver disease for which there is no treatment and for which a transplant is the only lifesaving procedure. With the cost of ... Full Story

Aces claim Mountain Division Title

Aces claim Mountain Division Title

Defending League Champs Claim Mountain Division Crown With 5-1 Win LOVELAND, Colo. - The defending ECHL champion Alaska Aces defeated the Colorado Eagles, 5-1, in the fifth consecutive game between the Mountain Division's top two teams, and in the process, claimed their second division title in as many seasons.  The Aces received goals from five different scorers in the win, which raised their league-leading record to 41-16-9 (91 pts.). The Aces scored twice in the first half of the opening ... Full Story

First Victory Over Alaska Aces

First Victory Over Alaska Aces

Eagles Snap Skid With First Victory Over Alaska Aces LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles snapped a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 win against the Alaska Aces.  The victory was their first against the defending champs this season, and came in front of a lively crowd at the Budweiser Events Center in what approached a playoff atmosphere between the top two teams in the Mountain Division. The teams played an even first period with Alaska holding a 7-6 edge in shots but with each team ... Full Story

Kidnapping & Motor Vehicle Theft

Kidnapping & Motor Vehicle Theft

Ryan Allen Hendrix, DOB: 040288, of Wellington was arrested late Friday night (3/9/12) for suspicion of 2nd Degree Kidnapping (F3), 1st Degree Burglary (F3), Aggravated Motor Vehicle Theft (F4), 1st Degree Criminal Trespass (F5), Attempted 1st Degree Criminal Trespass (F6), Felony Menacing (F5), Driving under the Influence of Alcohol (M0), Driving under the Influence of Drugs (M0), and two counts of Child Abuse (M2). The Larimer County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call at approximately 9:15 ... Full Story

Obituary: John E. Kokes

Obituary: John E. Kokes

John E. Kokes, 55, of Berthoud passed away on March 5, 2012 from a long battle with cancer. He was born on December 25, 1956 in Sidney, Nebraska to Glenn and Vivian Kokes. John attended Caliche High School and graduated in 1975. On February 8, 1997 he married Jeri O’Bryan and together they made Berthoud, Colorado their home for the last 18 years. John worked heavy equipment construction throughout Colorado in various locations. John’s enjoyments in life were golfing, 4-wheeling in the ... Full Story

A Tale of Three Apologies: Ed Schultz, Cal Thomas, and

  Compare the difference between apologies of Rush Limbaugh and those of Ed Schultz and Cal Thomas: Schultz and Thomas both appeared publicly to make their apologies (Schultz's on air apology to Laura Ingraham and to the public lasted approximately 10 minutes) and made a telephone call to the "victium" to make a personal apology. Schultz took a week of unpaid leave from his television show. Limbaugh did none of those things. He really did not apologize for what he said, only for using ... Full Story

Eagles get cold reception in Alaska

Goldie's Golden Goal is Game-Winner in 4-1 Win ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The Colorado Eagles fell to the defending champion Alaska Aces, 4-1, dropping the second meeting in as many nights and the second of five straight; the teams will play three more times in Colorado this week.  Four different Aces scored in the game, with Wes Goldie netting the game-winner with his 33rd goal of the season, which also marked the 368th goal of his career -- tying the ECHL's all-time record for goals. For the ... Full Story

War with Iran, Syria?

War with Iran, Syria?

                  By Larry Everest Threats, Aggression, War Preparations...and Lies--U.S. and Israel Accelerate Campaign Against Iran Just what is it the U.S. and Israel are really defending and seeking to preserve? They're working to preserve U.S. domination over this whole region in service of a global empire of exploitation imposed and maintained by massive violence. And if there's a debate among them, it's over how to best pursue that ... Full Story

Manns named Emergency Manager of the Year

Manns named Emergency Manager of the Year

Emergency Manager, Todd Manns of the Berthoud Fire Protection District received the “Northeast Emergency Manager of the Year” award on Tuesday, March 7, 2012 during the Colorado Emergency Management Association annual conference at the Embassy Suites in Loveland. This prestigious award recognizes Emergency Manager Todd Manns for representing the ideals of professional emergency management. Manns has been employed by the District for six years; his position as an Emergency Manager with the ... Full Story

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