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Saturday, October 25, 2014

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What do you mean “We Lost?”

What do you mean “We Lost?”

  Apoplectic: of a kind to cause or apparently cause stroke as in an apoplectic rage; also: greatly excited or angered as in she was apoplectic over the news. Hegemony: the social, cultural, ideological, or economic influence exerted by a dominant group. These are my new favorite words of the week.  They perfectly define the GOP and the right’s feelings, and the cause of those feelings, after last Tuesday’s re-election of President Obama. It has been quoted that the Romney camp ... Full Story

Reduced Hours at local SSA office

  Fort Collins Social Security Office to Close to the Public a Half Hour Early Each Day and at Noon on Wednesdays Effective November 19, 2012, the Fort Collins Social Security office will be open to the public Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. – a reduction of 30 minutes each weekday.  In addition, beginning January 2, 2013, the office will close to the public at noon every Wednesday. While agency employees will continue to work their regular hours, this shorter ... Full Story

Obituary: Mike Warner

Obituary: Mike Warner

  Mike Warner, 66, died November 7, 2012 in Loveland with his family by his side. He was born September 5, 1946 in Cheyenne, Wyoming to Virgil and Irene Warner. He enjoyed fishing; cooking; playing cards and spending time with his many friends and family. Mike is survived by his sisters Connie Rybicki (Bill), Nancy Dreiling (Ken), Peggy Martin (Bill), and brother Andy Warner (Trinity); along with 11 nieces and nephews.  Mike’s love, kindness and humor touched many lives and he ... Full Story

Larimer County Clerk open for mail in ballots this

Larimer County Clerk open for mail in ballots this weekend

            Mail Ballot Drop-Off Locations Available Saturday & Monday More than 75% of all active registered voters in Larimer County have opted to vote by mail in the upcoming election.  “We’re very pleased that folks are taking advantage of this convenient way of voting,” says Scott Doyle, Larimer County Clerk and Recorder.  “Now we need to let those voting by mail know that they shouldn’t wait until the last minute to ... Full Story

Colorado election and pro-choice candidates

Colorado election and pro-choice candidates

  By Angela Engel Throughout the past half century, women’s reproductive rights or denial of those rights has been a pivotal issue in many elections. The emotional buttons of the fundamentalist right have certainly been pushed, but when it comes to protecting the innocent, unfettered conservative ideology has responded by restricting health care access to children, eliminating low-income housing for poor families, cutting funding to at-risk students and schools, short-changing ... Full Story

Obituary: Marlene Laura Hoffmann

Obituary: Marlene Laura Hoffmann

  Marlene Laura Hoffmann, 74, of Berthoud, died October 15, 2012 at her home. She was born July 19, 1938 in Leicester, New York to Thomas L. and Dorothy I. (Gilliland) Walsh. Marlene lived in Ogden, New York before moving to Berthoud. While in New York she met George A. Hoffman, they were married in Rochester on April 26, 1958. Marlene was a skilled homemaker who also worked as a telephone operator for a short period of time. She loved reading, collecting, and watching ... Full Story

Obituary: Evelyn Lure Sandersen

Obituary: Evelyn Lure Sandersen

            Evelyn Lure Sandersen August 28, 1922 – October 20, 2012         Evelyn Lure Sandersen died October 20, 2012 at the Sterling House in Longmont. She was 90 years old. She was born August 28, 1922 in Estes Park to Grover C. and Hattie Opal (Clark) Williams. On July 11, 1943 she married Edward H. Sandersen. They lived in Berthoud for a short time, and in 1947 moved to a farm west of ... Full Story

Taxpayer money for Republicans

Taxpayer money for Republicans

        Review: Gessler lone statewide official to tap fund for partisan use By Tim Hoover The Denver Post State law says they can use the funds for official business as they "see fit," and Colorado's five statewide elected officials spend money from their offices' discretionary accounts on meals, office supplies, parking, salaries, employee retirement parties and occasional travel to nonpartisan events — among other things. But a review of ... Full Story

Colorado Republican SOS incompetent

    Palacio: Incompetence No Justification For Denying Citizens Right to Vote Denver - Colorado Democratic Party Chairman Rick Palacio issued the following statement today regarding the Secretary of State’s website repeated failures in the final week of voter registration. The Secretary of State’s website continues to crash today – the final day of voter registration – as it has on repeated occasions over the last several days, making it unnecessarily difficult for ... Full Story

GOP Election fraud scandal widens

GOP Election fraud scandal widens

    Nationwide GOP Voter Registration Fraud Scandal Widens, Criminal Probe Opens in Florida October 1st, 2012 7:23 pm Brad Friedman A major element of the Republican National Committee’s overall attempt to game the 2012 elections by trying to affect who gets to vote and who does not, has just been stopped dead in its tracks. Along with it, a criminal election fraud complaint has now reportedly been filed with law enforcement in the state of Florida against a ... Full Story

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