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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘State’

Berthoud Wrestling Fares Well At State

Berthoud Wrestling Fares Well At State

Spartan Wrestlers Ellis, Hennig Place at State   By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer   For the Berthoud Spartans, the 2011-12 state wrestling championships provided a demonstration of the circle of life of a high school wrestling career – a promising young sophomore took his first big steps toward state-wide prominence and a graduating senior finished off his career with a standout tournament performance. Berthoud senior Cory Ellis capped off a stellar high school wrestling stint ... Full Story

Separation of Church and State

From the mounting discussion on the airways and the internet, it is obvious that most people, including many self avowed columnists for prestigious daily newspapers, have no idea what separation of church and state means nor how it should be applied. For a detailed discussion, see Religion on the Campaign Trail. The first article below outline five religious leaders who understood what separation meant and who fought to achieve it. The second article points out the hypocrisy of those who ... Full Story

How Violence Protects the State

  By Stephanie Van Hook On April 4, 1967, exactly one year before Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered, he spoke passionately in a sermon at Riverside Church in New York about the war in Vietnam. In this gripping speech about the hypocrisy of bringing democracy through napalm and the audacity of fostering a brotherhood through war and killing, he made a daring confession: “I could never again raise my voice against the violence of the oppressed in the ghettos without having first ... Full Story

Kiah Leonard, all-state 3A cross country honors

Kiah Leonard, all-state 3A cross country honors

          Berthoud's Kiah Leonard cool all the way to all-state 3A cross country honors By Kyle Koso Assistant Sports Editor Posted: 10/29/2011 09:03:48 PM MDT AURORA -- Getting comfortable in a pulse-pounding 5-kilometer footrace sounds next to impossible, but sometimes the youngest athletes seem to have the most reasonable plan of attack. Berthoud High School freshman Kiah Leonard knew her generally successful debut as a varsity cross country ... Full Story

Spartan Softball Advance To State Semi-Finals

Berthoud  The Berthoud High School softball team won each of their state tournament playoff games on Friday and, for the second consecutive year, will advance to the 3A State semi-finals. The Lady Spartans toppled Holyoke 7-2 in the Round 1 game before beating second-seed Holy Family 13-8 in the quarter-final game. Berthoud will face off against Rocky Ford at 10:00am Saturday morning at Aurora Sports Park.            

This Week in College Football History: Nov. 29 –

This Week in College Football History: Nov. 29 – Dec. 5

As part of an ongoing series throughout the fall, The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame posts This Week in College Football History, which takes a look back at some of college football's landmark moments over the last 141 years. FEATURED MOMENT: December 5, 1992- In the first-ever SEC Championship Game, 2010 College Football Hall of Fame inductee coach Gene Stallings led second-ranked Alabama past College Football Hall of Famer Steve Spurrier and ... Full Story

Health Insurance, what will happen?

Health Insurance, what will happen?

To the Editor, Republicans plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it. If they succeed, their plan will include buying health insurance across state lines. Since that’s already law, what will change? Let’s consider two factors, premiums and appeals. Federal law currently requires insurers to spend at least 80% to 85% of premium dollars on actual health care or quality improvement and to justify premium increases to state regulators and the Secretary of the U.S. ... Full Story

Nominations taken for Noxious Weed Advisory Committee

LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Four positions within the State Noxious Weed Advisory Committee will be vacant in October 2010. Nominations are now being taken to fill these important positions. The primary responsibility of the committee is to discuss Colorado’s weed management problems and craft solutions that best reflect public and private interests. The committee then makes recommendations to the Colorado Department of Agriculture concerning designation of state noxious weeds; classification ... Full Story

Lundberg Legislative Report April 8, 2010

Lundberg Legislative Report  April 8, 2010

Topics: 1. Meetings in April 2. Long Bill Debate in Senate ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. These are the community meetings I have scheduled where you can ask questions and I will let you know what is going on in the legislature. I will also tell you how you can help us take back the legislature this November. Friday, April 9, 2010 7:00pm - 9:00pm The McNaught Home 4648 Malibu Dr. Berthoud, CO, ... Full Story

Dear Editor

For six years as a state representative, Kevin Lundberg advocated common sense energy policies to benefit all of Colorado. His consistent support over the years for safely developing Colorado’s plentiful energy reserves looks prudent today, when so many enemies of America control oil supplies overseas. Now a state senator, Lundberg continues to work toward energy independence and a cleaner environment, trying to reduce red tape that keeps locally made biodiesel out of Colorado filling ... Full Story

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