Coloradoan


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Coloradoan

[‚käl·ə′rad·ə·wən]
(geology)
Middle Upper Cretaceous geologic time.
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According to a report in the Coloradoan, police initially thought it to be a case of hate crime but Giaquinto maintained that it was the location where he lived prompted him to do so.
The Coloradoan reported that members of the community continue to raise funds to help finance Lizzy's medical bills.
However, the glass has posed enough of a problem that the city has considered pulling the material from curbside collections, according to The Coloradoan.
As a Coloradoan, it makes me proud to see SpotXchange leading the charge and addressing the women in technology issue head on.
com/story/news/local/colorado/2017/11/23/state-attorneys-general-bash-plan-hike-national-park-fees/891516001/) Coloradoan , a Fort Collins, Colorado-based daily newspaper reported.
Under the agreement, Israeli companies will team with Coloradoan companies to co-develop and commercialize innovative products.
According to the Coloradoan, a hotly disputed proposal to build an asphalt and concrete distribution center in Greeley, Colo.
He previously served as executive editor of the Fort Collins Coloradoan from 2005-2011, and in various editing roles at the El Paso Times from 19862005.
At Gannett's Fort Collins Coloradoan, Lauren Gustus has been named executive editor; previously, she was senior content editor at the company's Reno Gazette-Journal, a job she'd held for seven months.
Yim told the Fort Collins Coloradoan the relationship went bad and that she found a new partner in Colorado.
However, Kent told the Coloradoan Wednesday night that he didn't "know where people are getting that from.
Rucker has made the decision that he's going to transfer based on the general feeling that his reputation has been smeared,'' his lawyer, Erik Fischer, told the Fort Collins Coloradoan last month.