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As part of a pilot program linking Army Reserve and National Guard units with active-duty units to improve training, the 730-soldier Colorado National Guard 1st Battalion of the 157th Infantry is aligning with the 10th Mountain Division, marking the first time the historic mountain division will have a presence in Colorado since it trained at Camp Hale in the 1940s. "The 10th Mountain set the standard for mountain infantry, and for us being Colorado citizens and being able to fall in line with their legacy is a big deal," said National Guard battalion commander Capt. Comment?
Participant Dave Doan, right, is thrilled to have a meal of venison tacos, Spanish rice, black beans, seasonal fruit and a dessert of brownie and ice cream at The Crossing at Denver Rescue Mission on Sept. 27, 2016 in Westminster. Comment?
The Platte Valley Medical Center in Brighton will be opening new and expanded medical offices all year inside a recently constructed, 60,000-square-foot medical building that broke ground last spring and is wrapping up construction at the end of this year. The finished expansion and renovation of the Brighton hospital and attached medical facilities will conclude a massive growth period for the largest hospital in the northeast metro area. Comment?
Police say a 59-year-old bicyclist from Fort Lupton was killed Friday morning after colliding with a tractor-trailer. Fort Lupton police Chief Ken Poncelow said the bicyclist was westbound on the county road when he drifted into oncoming traffic and the path of the tractor-trailer. Comment?
Aims Community College students helped low- and moderate-income families file 1,123 tax returns resulting in more than $2.2 million in refunds in conjunction with the Piton Foundation through the Tax Help Colorado Program. At sites in Greeley and Fort Lupton, 22 students certified by the Internal Revenue Service participated in the free program aimed at households earning less than $53,000. Comment?
Sanjel Corp., an oil field services provider based in Calgary, plans to let go of 155 employees in Colorado and about 800 in the U.S. Some portion of those workers, however, will likely end up employed with Denver-based Liberty Oilfield Services, which is acquiring the company's U.S. assets. "We are working mutually with Liberty to place as many people as possible," said Caleb Barclay, a vice president with Sanjel's U.S. operations, which are based in Denver. Comment?
Crews work at Anadarko's centralized fracking facility and drill site near Fort Lupton, September 11, 2014. Rep. Jared Polis rolls out tired canards in his statement regarding the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission's new regulations to mitigate impacts of oil and natural gas drilling. Comment?
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