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Todays collection of articles in the OpEd News point at a difficult year ahead. Not the least of our problems is ten months of political campaigning. Keep looking here to see a candid look at the warts and all of the political newsmakers. It appears that war with Iran is inevitable no matter who is in the White House, though Rick Santorium says he will bomb them. Haven’t any of these politicians noticed how poorly we have done in Iraq and Afghanistan? The seem to still think we can ... Full Story
By Claudia Todd-Young Many people of a certain age ask each other where they were when they learned of President Kennedy’s assassination. In northern Colorado, an often more frequently asked question is “Where were you when the Big Thompson flooded?” Though 35 years have passed since the July 1976 flood, both the beautiful Colorado landscape and the hearts of those most closely affected are still scarred. “Reflection on the River,” compiled by Sharlynn Wamsley, is as remarkable ... Full Story
Former-Panthers Coach Brings Physical Defense, Conservative Offense By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer Friday afternoon John Fox was introduced as the fourteenth head coach in Denver Broncos team history. Fox had spent the previous nine seasons in the same role for the Carolina Panthers, compiling a 78-74 record including the playoffs. In choosing Fox, the Dove Valley quartet of Pat Bowlen, Joe Ellis, John Elway and Brian Xanders opted for the safe choice. Of the six candidates they interviewed for ... Full Story
Broncos must improve last-ranked run offense in NFL season’s second half By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer When Josh McDaniels was introduced as the 12th head coach in Denver Broncos history, he explained that he wanted to assemble a tough, physical football team. That “tough, physical” mantra has been reiterated more than a few times over the last two-plus years. Yet, right now McDaniels’ Broncos have all the toughness of the cast of “Glee.” Toughness and physicality on the football ... Full Story
By Gary Wamsley Since plagiarism seems to be rearing its ugly head, especially where it concerns water issues, I was quite surprised when I read Weld County Commissioner Sean Conway's Guest Commentary about NISP, which appeared in the Denver Post and thought it sounded quite familiar. I looked at the Guest Column submitted to this publication by House District 49 Representative B.J. Nikkel and noted that it was almost identical. Neither of these individuals has made any statement that these ... Full Story
Comics Puzzles Horoscopes New Feature: Comic Strips, Puzzles and Games, Horoscopes The Recorder Online has add new features for your enjoyment. Check out the offering under Entertainment. The new features change daily and include over 60 comic strips, nine types of games and puzzles and two horoscopes.