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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Judge Daniel Petre to retire October 1degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in
Judge Daniel Petre to retire October 1
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 3 days ago
degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in private practice for 24 years. Former Gov. Bill Owens appointed Petre to the bench in 2004. Before becoming a judge he also served as Water Division Five’s water... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Judge Petre to retire Oct. 1degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in
Judge Petre to retire Oct. 1
The Aspen Times / Posted 3 days ago
degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in private practice for 24 years. Former Gov. Bill Owens appointed Petre to the bench in 2004. Before becoming a judge he also served as Water Division Five’s water... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Judge Daniel Petre to retire October 1degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in
Judge Daniel Petre to retire October 1
The Aspen Times / Posted 3 days ago
degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in private practice for 24 years. Former Gov. Bill Owens appointed Petre to the bench in 2004. Before becoming a judge he also served as Water Division Five’s water... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Judge Daniel Petre to retire Oct. 1degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in
Judge Daniel Petre to retire Oct. 1
The Aspen Times / Posted 3 days ago
degree at Southern Methodist University and returned to his hometown to work in private practice for 24 years. Former Gov. Bill Owens appointed Petre to the bench in 2004. Before becoming a judge he also served as Water Division Five’s water... Read more
4 related stories
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Craig Daily Press
Health Briefs: Connect for Health Colorado chief executive honored for contributions to communityState — the only African American woman to hold the office — when she died of a
Health Briefs: Connect for Health Colorado chief executive honored for contributions to community
Craig Daily Press / Posted 9 days ago
State — the only African American woman to hold the office — when she died of a heart attack in 1999 at age 51. Then Gov. Bill Owens described Buckley as “a rising star that believed in making government work for people,” according to the... Read more
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Colorado Springs Independent
I-25: It's only getting worseand state budgetary limitations provided negative factors in the new millennium
I-25: It's only getting worse
Colorado Springs Independent / Posted 10 days ago
and state budgetary limitations provided negative factors in the new millennium, but the next two governors, Republican Bill Owens (1999-2007) and Democrat Bill Ritter (2007-2011) never made I-25 a priority. The tide turned after Gov. John... Read more
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Newsmax
Remembering Former Sen. Bill Armstrong: The Conservative Leader With A Big HeartArmstrong's death, "You can trace the elections of [GOP Sens.] Hank Brown, Wayn
Remembering Former Sen. Bill Armstrong: The Conservative Leader With A Big Heart
Newsmax / Posted 18 days ago
Armstrong's death, "You can trace the elections of [GOP Sens.] Hank Brown, Wayne Allard and Cory Gardiner and [GOP Gov.] Bill Owens to him. He built a Colorado Republican Party that lasted nearly 30 years." True to his fierce commitment to term... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Juvenile murderers and their victims' families struggle in limbo while Colorado waits to act on life sentenceslegislators passed a law eliminating them. But a clause that would have made th
Juvenile murderers and their victims' families struggle in limbo while Colorado waits to act on life sentences
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
legislators passed a law eliminating them. But a clause that would have made the law retroactive was removed after Gov. Bill Owens raised concerns for the victims’ families. In June 2014, the Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments in four cases... Read more
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The Christian Post
Black Pastor Says Obama 'Deceived America' on Gay MarriageRev. Bill Owens, the president and founder of the Coalition of African American
Black Pastor Says Obama 'Deceived America' on Gay Marriage
The Christian Post / Posted 25 days ago
Rev. Bill Owens, the president and founder of the Coalition of African American Pastors. The Rev. Bill Owens, the president of the Coalition of African American Pastors, spoke at the March for Marriage rally in Washington, D.C., blasting President... Read more
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Roll Call
Charlie Rangel Wins Primaryupstate district. With 79 percent of precincts reporting, Stefanik led Doheny
Charlie Rangel Wins Primary
Roll Call / Posted 26 days ago
upstate district. With 79 percent of precincts reporting, Stefanik led Doheny with 60 percent, according to the AP. Rep. Bill Owens, D-N.Y., announced his retirement in January, creating the wide-open race for his seat in November. Stefanik, who... Read more
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Roll Call
For Colorado’s Cynthia Coffman, Defending Sovereignty Is Not EasyCouncil, at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and as ch
For Colorado’s Cynthia Coffman, Defending Sovereignty Is Not Easy
Roll Call / Posted 27 days ago
Council, at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and as chief counsel to former Colorado Gov. Bill Owens. When Colorado was set to vote to legalize the sale of marijuana for recreational purposes in 2012, Coffman... Read more
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Roll Call
How Elise Stefanik Became the Youngest Woman Ever Elected to Congressdrove an F-150 truck to methodically meet local Republican leaders in the vast
How Elise Stefanik Became the Youngest Woman Ever Elected to Congress
Roll Call / Posted a month ago
drove an F-150 truck to methodically meet local Republican leaders in the vast district represented by a popular Democrat, Bill Owens. “I had this 29-year-old political unknown who was introducing herself as willing to challenge an entrenched... Read more
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NBC News
Black Leaders Emerge as Powerful Allies in LGBTQ Fight in U.S. Southfight to the 1960s civil rights movement against racial segregation. "It is no
Black Leaders Emerge as Powerful Allies in LGBTQ Fight in U.S. South
NBC News / Posted a month ago
fight to the 1960s civil rights movement against racial segregation. "It is not a civil rights issue," said Reverend Bill Owens, founder and president of the Coalition of African American Pastors, who represents 7,700 church leaders... Read more
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Reuters
Black leaders emerge as powerful allies in LGBT fight in Southfight to the 1960s civil rights movement against racial segregation. "It is no
Black leaders emerge as powerful allies in LGBT fight in South
Reuters / Posted a month ago
fight to the 1960s civil rights movement against racial segregation. "It is not a civil rights issue," said Reverend Bill Owens, founder and president of the Coalition of African American Pastors, who represents 7,700 church leaders... Read more

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