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DRN News: Friday, April 27, 2012
4-H public speaking, music contests combined this
The 4-H Public Speaking Contest is sponsored by the Nebraska Rural Radio Network, which includes KRVN, KNEB
(Scottsbluff) and KTIC. They provide the ribbons, $25 cash award for the top four winners in the Senior Division of the regional contests and
special awards ...
NoCo50 recap: Earth Day event encourages us all to live a little
(CC NoCo Big Country's Scott and Saddie) Earth Day was celebrated at an event Saturday in Fort Collins'
Civic Center Park. Vendors shared information on ways to live greener. / Courtesy of Sadie Koehler Dee Wanger of Ridekick International cuts a cake
Friday at Rocky Mountain Innosphere, ...
NFL draft: Broncos trade down
twice, out of first round
31, then traded with Tampa Bay to move Broncos coach John Fox, left, vice president John
Elway, center, and general manager Brian Xanders monitor the NFL draft at Dove Valley. (The Denver Broncos) The Broncos got the No. 126 pick in the
fourth round ...
... the former
manager of KGNU. She has been writing musicals and plays since the late '70s, and she wrote the book, the music and the lyrics for this one. It's a
community theater production sporting an all-woman cast, with KVNF (a community radio ...
Global Sustainability Leadership Fellows Named at Colorado State University
Colorado State University News (press release)
Journalists for the communications training include: Mark Fischetti, editor at
Scientific American; Jon Hamilton, science correspondent at NPR; Jeff Burnside, reporter at NBC WTVJ; and Susan Moran, freelance journalist and radio
host of KGNU's 'How on ...
Tributes for April 25
Contributions may be sent to KUNC radio station or to the charity of your choice. Troy Edward Lasater, 48, was born in Vancouver, Wash. He
was killed Saturday, April 21, 2012, in a motorcycle accident. Troy attended Greeley Central High School in ...
Insurance Agents Driving at High Speeds
Sponsors and vendors include CNS Speedway, Famous Dave's, Sales Leadership, Clear Bra Connection, VHA, Your World Your Lens and Abilene
Awards, and KBPI radio station will be doing a live broadcast from the event. Insurance agents can register for this ...
Rosen: No more furloughs
very small pay cut across the entire population could preclude the layoff of any. Don't hold your breath waiting for the unions to agree to that.
Freelance columnist Mike Rosen's radio show airs weekdays from 9 am to noon on 850-KOA.
Constitution Party complains that Colorado rival's name hits too ...
Tom Tancredo, running on the ACP's ticket, won more
than 10 percent of the votes cast for governor. It believes the Internal Revenue Service, Food and Drug Administration and other federal agencies
should be abolished. Its nominee for president is ...
Sirota: The politics of sight
By David Sirota Would Americans eat less meat, and would animals be treated more humanely, if slaughterhouses were made with glass
walls and we all could see the monstrous killing apparatus at work? This is the query at the heart of Timothy Pachirat's ...
Technology helps prepare young
"If John Elway were in high school now, his father wouldn't have to find him the best high school quarterback coach.
Instead, Elway would have all the materials he could ever want, from whatever coach or system he wants, on his computer or iPad," Smith ...
Fit for public
The Aurora Sentinel
... range of trainers and coaches, including Denver fitness guru Jamie Atlas, Denver Shaolin Kung Fu
Taiji Institute instructor Sifu Tony Timmer, Bungee Boot Camp trainer Paul Serafini and motivational speaker Mark McIntosh from Mile High Sports
Sell your work, not your grades
But if you want to be the next Howard Stern or Woody Paige, that job will simply fall in your lap right? This is the expectation many
communication students have while attending the College at Brockport - that you don't need to have experience under ...
Kiszla: Elway fails to pull the
trigger in first round of NFL draft
By Mark Kiszla In the NFL draft, an old quarterback did what he knows best: John
Elway passed. On the greatest night of anticipation in American sports, the Broncos got cold feet and stood on the sideline. As a teenager, did Elway
have trouble asking a ...
Study Finds Dark
Jerseys Result in More NHL Penalties, NPR Says
National Hockey League players who wear dark jerseys are more likely to be
penalized than those wearing white, according to a study of more than 52000 games reported by National Public Radio. The study found that teams in
dark jerseys were penalized ...
Medicaid To Some Adults Without Kids
by Eric Whitney, Colorado Public Radio The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless runs
the Stout Street Clinic in Denver, helped Dale Miller get a CT scan. The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless runs the Stout Street Clinic in Denver,
helped Dale Miller ...