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<strong>A P3 Orion slurry bomber  </strong>drops a load of slurry on the ridge of a small wildland fire in the Left Hand Canyon off-highway vehicle  area east of Jamestown on Friday. The fire burned in and around the same area as the 1988 Left Hand Fire.
A P3 Orion slurry bomber drops a load of slurry on the ridge of a small wildland fire in the Left Hand Canyon off-highway vehicle area east of Jamestown on Friday. The fire burned in and around the same area as the 1988 Left Hand Fire. Times-Call/Richard M. Hackett
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LONGMONT — Robin Hood may have stolen from the rich and given to the poor. But did he wear tights with manly confidence?
Members of Cantore, the men’s choir at Silver Creek Middle/High School, have been practicing stomping, punching and twirling with machismo for the school’s third annual Madrigal Dinner on Friday and Saturday.

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Craig and Trise Ansbaugh don’t take the smell of smoke lightly in the quiet corner of Left Hand Canyon where they live.
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Lisa Mirabal wants out
BOULDER — Lisa Mirabal, the woman convicted of committing perjury while testifying in the high-profile murder case of Longmont resident Matthew Mirabal, wants permission to serve the remainder of her probation sentence out of state.
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Man gets 18 months for snakes
DENVER — A Firestone man was sentenced Friday to an 18-month prison term for illegally selling venomous snakes, but he is likely to be out of jail in the next two months.
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Voting could change
DENVER — A measure has qualified for the Nov. 2 ballot that, in theory, could give Colorado voters the power to determine whether George Bush or John Kerry wins the presidential election.
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Friends indeed
ERIE — According to his fellow firefighters, Jeff Machtolf lives by the Golden Rule.
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DENVER — Xcel Energy plans to triple its wind-power capacity over the next three years and will soon seek proposals to build more wind farms in Colorado.
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LONGMONT — So far, rebounding has been no problem for the Silver Creek football team.
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NIWOT — The Niwot Cougars’ bats woke up and found some holes against Longmont on Thursday.
“We have a really good team. Once we get a few girls hitting, it gets the others going,” Niwot third baseman Elyse Cano said.

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DENVER — In the early-fall dusk Thursday, in front of hundreds of fans, Jeromy Burnitz’s blooper put a fitting end to an ugly day.
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When the pair of University of Georgia freshmen finally did make contact on the fourth day, they argued — heated cell phone exchanges interspersed with apologetic text messages.

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BOULDER — The goings-on at the Boulder’s Dinner Theatre might give one “paws.”
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LONGMONT — Some smokers may regard the 27th annual Great American Smokeout as a day to dread, a day of institutionalized national nagging.
But the goal of the day is not to judge, shame or put down the 46 million American adults who light up.
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