News for Sunday, May 19, 2013



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Hayden graduates 31 seniors in lively ceremony

The graduating seniors plan to study psychology, mechanical engineering, gunsmithing, pediatric nursing, dental hygiene and environmental science, among many other topics.

Stephanie Pearce: The annual kickoff to summer

This upcoming weekend, Grand Olde West Days and Wild West Weekend will be in full swing. Everyone should get out and take advantage of all the community has to offer this weekend.

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Museum of Northwest Colorado exhibit to celebrate railroad centennial

The Museum of Northwest Colorado's new exhibit will open along with the start of Grand Olde West Days, which has become something of an unofficial start to the summer season for the museum, as well.

Senior Spotlight for May 20

May now is going over the hump, and we are past the middle of the month. We’re entering into the phase of school terms ending, vacations being planned, carnivals to attend and all sorts of other neat stuff.

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Secretary of State Scott Gessler: Gov. John Hickenlooper is a partisan rubberstamp

Troubles loom with new election rules

Depending on political affiliation, the first session of the 69th Colorado General Assembly could be summed up as monumentally historic or woefully un-American.

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Moffat County runners have big final day at state track

No Moffat County track athletes stood atop the podium on the final day of the state meet, but there was tons of good to take away from the meet for a young group that outperformed its regular season in almost every event at state.

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Moffat County's Hulstine withdraws from state finals because of health issues

Matt Hulstine’s swimming career was cut short Saturday morning when he ended up in an emergency room for an eye infection.

Government update for May 20

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