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Archive for April 17, 2012

Who voted equal pay for women?

Who voted equal pay for women?

    Romney Won't Say Whether He Would Have Signed Lilly Ledbetter Act By Sam Stein When Mitt Romney's economic advisers were asked last week whether the former governor supported the Lilly Ledbetter Act, they took a few hours to produce an answer. Even then, the aides left some questions unanswered. Romney, aides said, supports the concept of equal pay for equal work and has no interest in repealing existing legislation. Whether Romney would have actually signed the ... Full Story

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: US Highway 34

US 34 REDUCED TO ONE LANE IN EACH DIRECTION THIS WEEKEND EAST OF I-25 All traffic will be diverted to the eastbound lanes, no truck traffic will be permitted between I-25 and Greeley   LARIMER/WELD COUNTIES — Beginning Saturday, April 21 at 7 a.m. and lasting until Sunday, April 22 at 7 p.m., the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will close westbound US 34 between Larimer Parkway at mile marker (MM) 97 and County Road (CR) 3 at MM 98 east of I-25. In partnership with ... Full Story

Obituary: Joseph R. Sandoval

Joseph R. Sandoval passed away at the American Military Hospital in Landstuhl, on April 8, 2012 following a long illness. He and his wife Francine were married for 44 years. He and Francine had two sons, James and Mathew.  He is also survived by his sister Bernice Barney and husband Sherman and three nephews. Joseph Sandoval served for 25 years in the US Air Force followed by a civilian career as a Commissary Administrator at Vogelweh Military Complex, Germany and Ramstein AB, ... Full Story

Super Rich buying the White House

Super Rich buying the White House

                  Anonymous Donor Writes Huge Check To GOP — Thanks, Citizens United! By Robin Marty Someone out there is so intent on making sure that President Barack Obama doesn’t serve a second term in office he or she is willing to shell out big cash to prevent it. Who?  Well, we’ll probably never know. According to the Washington Post, an anonymous $10 million donation was made to Karl Rove’s super ... Full Story

Romney, a man of falsehoods

Romney, a man of falsehoods

      OPINIONS   Mitt Romney, a man of falsehoods  By Richard Cohen, Published: April 16 Among the attributes I most envy in a public man (or woman) is the ability to lie. If that ability is coupled with no sense of humor, you have the sort of man who can be a successful football coach, a CEO or, when you come right down to it, a presidential candidate. Such a man is Mitt Romney. Time and time again, Romney has been called a liar during ... Full Story

Berthoud High School Drama Presents

Once Upon a Fairytale BHS drama students will be presenting our spring play, Once Upon a Fairytale, April 18 -21. This play is a fun-filled parody of a fairy tale that involves a spoiled rotten princess, her wicked aunt, a clueless shepherd and a couple of trolls of questionable intelligence. There will be a special 4:00 p.m. performance on Wednesday, April 18 for children and families who might not be able to attend in the evening. The performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday are 7:00 ... Full Story

Berthoud student attacked

Berthoud student attacked

    Berthoud police investigate possible hate crime against exchange student BERTHOUD, Colo. (CBS4) – A black foreign exchange student from Germany says she was viciously attacked in a park in Berthoud. Now police are calling it a hate crime. Police say a group of white men accosted the 15-year-old student in Bein Park, which is right next to Berthoud High School. The girl is a junior at Berthoud High School. Last Thursday she was walking home through the park when she ... Full Story

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