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Northeast plains corn crop in good shape

The great divide continued to stand in Colorado through the late summer, which of course wouldn’t be news if we were talking mountains. But for agricultural interests, the great divide runs east-west across the eastern […]

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Exceptional equestrians love being FREE

FREE is more than an acronym for Front Range Exceptional Equestrians, which has been providing riders with disabilities a source of liberty for 28 years. FREE is a source of fun and fulfillment. The equestrian […]

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Obituaries

Obituary: Joe Shockley

Joe Leroy Shockley passed away Aug. 8, 2011 at the Goshen Care Center Alzheimer’s unit in Torrington, Wyoming. Joe was born on July 24, 1938 in Laramie the son of Joe and Dorothy Shockley. He […]

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Red Feather Lakes Community Library: September update

September in the mountains brings cooler temperatures, turning leaves, pleasant days and, of course, the continuing opportunity for educational and cultural events sponsored or co-sponsored by the Red Feather Lakes Community Library. We’re pleased to […]

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September calendar of events

Sept. 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, Women’s CoDependency Anonymous, Dazbog Coffee House (Cherry/Mason), 5:30 p.m. Info: 970-219-3848. Sept. 3, Fire Day Celebration in Red Feather Lakes, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; barbecue lunch, 11:30 […]

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Prospects for powering civilization with artificial leaves

[media-credit id=8 align=”alignnone” width=”165″][/media-credit] The world runs on solar power. It has for the last 3.5 billion years, since some microbe captured sunlight with chlorophyll and fired up photosynthesis. Human beings release stored solar energy […]