Marcus Washington stunned Oregon with a 95-yard interception return for a touchdown late in the second quarter, and John Hessler threw for two scores and ran for another as Colorado
beat the Ducks 38-6 in a chilly Cotton Bowl.
This new partnership gives Energy Outreach Colorado
the opportunity to provide permanent energy savings to the agencies that act as a safety net for the thousands of Colorado
residents who otherwise would spend the holidays and most days cold and hungry with nowhere to go," said Shelly Wallace, director of long-term energy solutions for Energy Outreach.
had the eighth-most efficient power play in the NHL during the regular season but has failed on all 11 attempts against the Ducks.
Montana is a very special case, and it is the ultimate example of why the Colorado
Trust was created," said National Adjutant Arthur H.
DAM SHAME Things just haven't been the same in the Grand Canyon since the Glen Canyon Dam began impounding massive volumes of the Colorado
River to form Lake Powell.
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The groups are representing Colorado
parents, taxpayers and clergy.
this advisory committee includes not only the nine groups listed in the CDC announcement but also the presidents of the state board of health, state medical society, and state hospital association; the state veterinarian; a wildlife disease specialist; a medical examiner; a specialist in posttraumatic stress management; a pharmacist member of the Board of Pharmacy; the Attorney General; the chief public information officer for the state health department; and, as an ex-officio member, the chief of the Colorado
National Guard (3).
Not only did Wayne Aspinall serve with distinction here, but his career in public service spanned over 48 years, including six years on his Town's Board of Trustees and 16 years in the Colorado
Then, in 1979, along the Continental Divide south of Pagosa Springs, an "extinct" Colorado
grizzly was surprised on its day bed by a bowhunter named Ed Wiseman.
Their successful referenda defeating gay rights in Colorado
and in Tampa and Temple Terrace, Florida, as well as the slim margin in Oregon (56 to 44 per cent), have given fundamentalist leaders encouragement to draft further anti-gay initiatives and branch out into other fertile territory - primarily rural, working-class communities.
Words can hardly express it, we are so upset," says Janine Bjoklun, a citizen tree-board member in Haxtun, Colorado