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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Security’

Are you safe in Sochi?

Are you safe in Sochi?

Source: SportsManagementDegreeHub.com Are You Safe in Sochi?   Safe-in-Sochi   Share this infographic on your site! About Sochi 400,000: population 3rd: Sochi is located in the third largest region in Russia – Krasnodar. Sunshine: Sochi is Russia’s Miami, on the Black Sea No Snow: Does it snow in Miami? Well, it doesn’t in Sochi, the city, either. 500: number of snow guns needed just in case…for the mountain races 710,000 cubic meters of ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire teachs Kid security

Berthoud Fire teachs Kid security

Berthoud fire is proud to announce the first “radKids” instruction class  for the area youth.  We feel this is an important to teach our young citizens and would appreciate your assistance in getting the word out to our community.  Captain Kuiken and Lt. Rupert attended a week long class in Provo, Utah to become certified instructors.   With the recent 3 attempts at abduction of young children in the Loveland area, we feel it is important to reach out and help empower our future.  For ... Full Story

Climate Change as a Security Threat

  Top Military Officer: Climate Change Biggest Threat to Security Admiral Samuel Locklear told the Boston Globe that global warming could 'cripple the security environment.' By Alex Kane his article was published in partnership with  GlobalPossibilities.org. The nuclear-war themed back and forth between North and South Korea is not the biggest threat to the Asia-Pacific region. Instead, it’s climate change, according to a top military officer. Admiral ... Full Story

Thompson School District announcements

Thompson School District announcements

Thompson SchoolDistrict to PresentCommunity Forums on School Security  The Thompson School District will be presenting three community forums designed around the topic of school security.  Featuring a panel of District personnel and local emergency management officials, the forums will be an excellent opportunity for the public to ask questions, learn more about the steps that the District has already taken in this area, as well as glean information regarding plans for future months. The ... Full Story

NRA lies about school guards

Thousands of people in the United States die from gunshots every year. They are all tragedies, but some more than others. The ready availability of guns, the increasing ease of concealed carry and laws that shield people from prosecution when they shoot someone, all contribute to this national shame. Perhaps it is just my opinion that the killing of 26 innocent people at an elementary school is shameful, the NRA does not seem agree with me. When people carry or have access to guns, they are ... Full Story

Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture

Conference Focuses on Food Safety & Agricultural Security LAKEWOOD, Colo. – The 21st annual Governor’s Forum on Colorado Agriculture, scheduled Feb. 23 in Denver, will focus on the critical challenges of food safety and agricultural security. The conference’s guest speakers will address a variety of topics related to the food system. Officials also will announce details about two new programs meant to help shape the future of agriculture in Colorado: The Colorado Agricultural ... Full Story

New York becomes the Occupied Territories

New York becomes the Occupied Territories

          New York becomes the Occupied Territories As the US security state grows and civil rights and liberties erode, Osama bin Laden gets the last laugh Only two weeks before the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, the Associated Press has broken a story that reminds us of just how much America has changed during the last decade, and how the government - and as important, some of the country's most powerful corporations - ... Full Story

New Granddaughter for Bob and Lisa Rue

New Granddaughter for Bob and Lisa Rue

    Rylan Marie Nee was born at Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center’s Family Birthing Center in Salida, Colorado on March 11 at 9:06 a.m. Rylan weighed 6 pounds, 10.5 ounces and measured 20 ½ inches long. Rylan’s parents are Lawrence and Sarah Nee of Buena Vista, Colo. Grandparents are Bob and Lisa Rue of Berthoud, Colo., and Joe and Carrie Nee of Ellicott, Colo. Great-grandparents are Ron Rue of Denver; Roberta Rue of Denver; Bill and Della Link of San ... Full Story

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