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Installment No. 498: The News Media

Regarding the insults often published in “The RH Line”, which currently appears in The Reporter-Herald (Prairie Mountain Publishing), in Loveland, CO.: This is an example of what constitutes professional journalism, according to the Managing Editor of record, Jeff Stahla, the publisher of record, Dean Lehman, and the CEO of Prairie Mountain Publishing. 359 more words

State Of Colorado

St. Joseph's seniors make college choices

LaSamrae Vandross has been successful at various events throughout her track career at St. Joseph’s Catholic School, but she admits it’ll be an advantage to have a singular focus. 525 more words

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University Of Colorado Keeps Its Fossil Fuel Investments

DENVER (AP) – Wind and solar power advocates failed to persuade the University of Colorado’s governing Board of Regents Thursday to divest from coal, oil and gas. 467 more words

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Moorestown's Snodgrass scoring goals and seeing world

Christian Snodgrass sure was on a high Saturday when the senior on the Moorestown High School boys’ lacrosse team scored the game winner in the third overtime in a 10-9 victory over Cherokee. 859 more words

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Another weekend at Shoshoni Yoga Ashram

I spent this past weekend at the Shoshoni Yoga Ashram. Just like last time, it was a great weekend with great people.

Although I didn’t take as many pictures this time, I did capture a few of the chickens and roosters. 94 more words

United States

Fort Collins athletes sign with college teams

Several local high school athletes signed Wednesday to play college sports.

Rocky Mountain’s Wesley Bannister signed her National Letter of Intent to play women’s basketball at Colorado Mesa University. 171 more words

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From foes to friends in all-star game

On their way to the Ohio Division I state championship last month, Lauren Cannatelli and her Lakota West girls basketball teammates ended the best season ever for their foes from Newark High School. 993 more words

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