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Archive for June, 2014


March Against Monsanto

“Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.” – Kissinger While the film makers of Santo Movie were researching for the film, they came across a little known fact that should be sweeping the internet and informing farmers across America and other countries facing territorial Monsanto. Even though the Monsanto […]

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VIC MEYERS INVITES KEN BUCK TO DISCUSS THE ISSUES

Vic Meyers, Democratic Candidate for Congress, congratulates Ken Buck on his victory in the Republican primary race for Colorado’s Fourth Congressional District and said that he looks forward to a vigorous discussion of the issues. “The voters now have a clear choice about how they will be represented in Washington”, said Myers. “We believe that […]

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Salzbrenner Wins Primary in race for Sheriff.

Steve Salzbrenner won the republican race for Sheriff against Dennis Bradburn pulling 445 votes to Bradburn’s 209. David Campbell, democrat, had 299 votes.

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Summer Reading Program, Lamar Public Library

A light dusting of flour and the smell of yeast took over the Cultural Events Center at the Summer Reading Programs “The Art and Science of Bread, for adults and teens in the programs at the Lamar Public Library. After a lecture by Valerie Reifschneider, Lamar Community College chemistry teacher and self-professed baker, participants created […]

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OFFICERS FOCUS ON BUI DURING OPERATION DRY WATER

OFFICERS FOCUS ON BUI DURING OPERATION DRY WATER LITTLETON, Colo. — – Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) will be participating in Operation Dry Water June 27-29, as part of a nationally coordinated effort to reduce the number of accidents and deaths related to boating under the influence (BUI). During this three-day weekend, officers will be […]

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Congressman Gardner Listening Sesson, June 20th

Doris Morgan, District Representative for Congressman Gardner, will be holding a listening session on Friday, June 20th, 2014, from 11:00 AM to Noon at the Springfield Town Hall Council Room, located at 748 Main Street, Springfield, CO. These sessions allow constituents to express their opinion on issues in front of Congress, or seek assistance with […]

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CPW RECOVERS BODY IN ARKANSAS RIVER

PUEBLO, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers recovered a body from the Arkansas River Monday afternoon, June 16. The body was found on State Wildlife Area property near South Swallows Road. The body was reported by two men who were boating in the area on Sunday evening. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers, Lake Pueblo […]

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RESEARCHERS FINDING SUCCESS FIGHTING PLAGUE IN PRAIRIE DOG COLONIES

GUNNISON, Colo. – Work to protect the Gunnison’s prairie dog by Colorado Parks and Wildlife has proven successful during the last four years and biologists are continuing with more research to improve methods to sustain populations. “In some situations prairie dogs can be seen as pests, but they are critical in the environment and help […]

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PLEASE, DON’T HANDLE YOUNG WILDLIFE

PLEASE, DON’T HANDLE YOUNG WILDLIFE DURANGO, Colo. — This is the time of year when wild animals give birth to their young and Colorado Parks and Wildlife asks that you not approach, touch or handle young animals. “We know that people are trying to be helpful, but the young animals are best cared for by […]

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Buckle up Folks, The Heat is on. July 21 -27

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), Colorado State Patrol (CSP) and law enforcement throughout the state remain committed to stopping two major causes of death on Colorado roadways: impaired driving and driving unbuckled. During a recent two-week Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement campaign running from May 12 – 25, a total of 7,554 […]

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Meyers gets more Endorsements in Bid for District 4 Congressional Seat

Parker, CO (June 4, 2014)—Vic Meyers, the Democratic candidate for Colorado’s 4th Congressional district, announced today that he has received three more big endorsements. The Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Local 58, SMART Transportation Division Sheet Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation Union, and the American Postal Workers Union have all pledged their support. “Coloradans deserve better […]

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WALSH ART SHOW – JUNE 14th

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC June 14th, 2014…9 Am to 4 Pm Pre-Entries Due By June 9th, 2014 Door Entries Due By June 12th, 2014…10am to 5pm Downloadable Brochures and Entry Forms at www.TownOfWalsh.com Contacts: Crazy Bear 719 – 529 – 1026 Art Show Demonstrations By: Janet Hancock 719 – 324 – 5477 Mildred Walker – […]

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Jordan Freed Receives Scholarship

Sheriff David Campbell awards the County Sheriff’s of Colorado $500 scholarship to Vilas graduate Jordan Freed. Baca County is able to award this scholarship every other year to one graduating senior or college student that is a resident of Baca County. Congratulations Jordan!

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