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Mon September 5, 2011

So Long, Snooze Button

The latest batch of high-tech alarm clocks explode, roll away, fly away and even make you solve math problems to keep you from oversleeping.


Mon September 5, 2011

Jobs Creation, Economy In The Spotlight

President Obama is scheduled to deliver a long-awaited speech on jobs this week.


Mon September 5, 2011
NPR Story

Rebels Tighten Hold On Gadhafi Stronghold

Originally published on Mon September 5, 2011 3:58 am

Rebel forces in Libya have surrounded the town of Bani Walid, southeast of the capital Tripoli. The rebels are still hoping to negotiate a peaceful takeover of the town, a stronghold of embattled leader Moammar Gadhafi, and avoid further civilian casualties. But Gadhafi loyalists are refusing to surrender.


Fri September 2, 2011

White House Retreats from Air Pollution Drilling Regs

KUNC file photo

President Obama is backing away from a controversial plan to impose tight air pollution regulations on oil and gas drilling, a move some conservationists are calling 'distressing.'

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Fri September 2, 2011

The Yesteryear Farm Show

Wheel of a 1901 Case Steam tractor

The smell of steam and hay greeted visitors to the Yesteryear Farm show this past weekend on the grounds of the Daugherty Museum south of Longmont. The annual trip through our agrarian heritage was founded by in 1985 by Harvey Nelson. KUNC’s Wendy Wham spoke with Nelson and has this audio postcard…