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  1. 2011 Was A Good Year For...

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  2. Poet Laureate's Migrant Childhood Was Like 'Living In Literature Every Day'

    Juan Felipe Herrera is the child of Mexican migrant farm workers. He says, "I had a mother [who] sang and told stories and loved poetry, even though she only went to third grade."
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  3. Trial Postponed For Ex-Rocky Ford Cop Charged With Murder

    Witnesses say James Ashby followed a man as he entered his mother's home and shot him in the back.
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  4. Carly Fiorina, The Outsider, Actually Got Her Start In Washington

    The former Hewlett-Packard CEO has made her mark in the GOP primary as an outsider taking on the establishment. But her break in business actually came in federal sales with AT&T.
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  5. Novak Djokovic Beats Roger Federer, Wins U.S. Open Men's Final

    After a long weather delay, and in front of a crowd cheering for his opponent, the World No. 1 took home the U.S. Open title. It's his 10th career major, and his third this year.
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  6. Watch: 7 Fort Collins Artists Performing At OpenAir

    Enjoy videos from seven Fort Collins musical acts in honor of OpenAir's expansion to 88.3 FM in northern Colorado.
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  7. Here's Why The Grass Isn't Greener At This Year's U.S. Open

    The Chambers Bay Golf Course in Washington State is almost all drought-resistant fescue grass, which is supposed to be brown in hot months.
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  8. Before Green Tea Was A Superfood, It Was Feared As a Supertoxin

    These days, green tea has its health halo pretty firmly affixed. But in Victorian England, adulteration was rampant, and the drink was seen as a "stomach-churning, nerve-jangling threat to health."
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  9. Jamaica follows Colorado's lead, legalizes marijuana

    The ruling party says the move is "brave, bold and correct."
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  10. After Thousands Of Missions, Air Force To Cut Drone Flights

    The Air Force plans to reduce drone flights due to a shortage of pilots. NPR's Arun Rath talks with New York Times reporter Dave Philipps about why the military is having trouble attracting and keeping drone operators.
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