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Who Has the Best Burger in Fort Collins – Todd’s Top Five [PICTURES]

Choosing the best burger in Fort Collins is the toughest job I have ever loved. I went into this project thinking I knew what my favorite burger was, but I was pleasantly surprised by the competition and ended up making choices that surprised even me.

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Welcome to the Cheyenne Frontier Days Carnival [PHOTOS]

That one. The one with the big tongue, beady eyes, and look of despair. If I don't come home with this overstuffed dog from the ring toss game, my life might, in fact, be over.

$30 and one winning ring later, I take the dog home from the carnival grounds. Victory is mine.

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American Marines of the 2nd Division are transported away from the battlefield at the Tanapag seaplane base after the Battle of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands, 15th July 1944. (Photo by Paige Abbott/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
American Marines of the 2nd Division are transported away from the battlefield at the Tanapag seaplane base after the Battle of Saipan in the Northern Mariana Islands, 15th July 1944. (Photo by Paige Abbott/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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United States Marine Pfc. Randolph Allen Finally Comes Home 71 Years Later

Marine Pfc. Randolph Allen of Rush, Kentucky, will be buried July 29 in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington D.C., 71 years after he as Killed In Action.

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Boots On The Ground at Jerry D's in Dacono - Photo by Greg Watson
Boots On The Ground at Jerry D's in Dacono - Photo by Greg Watson
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Boots On The Ground Hopefully Not Coming to Your Hometown

'Boots On The Ground' is one of those things you are grateful that exists, but you wish it didn't, and you especially don't want to see it come to your hometown, but glad it will.

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The Indian Village at Cheyenne Frontier Days [PHOTOS]

I knew the Indian Village was open when I heard the flutes playing. A family moved closer to the center ring to sit on the carved benches. A handful of people were chosen to participate in a performance. And others wandered in and out of the shop fronts, looking at dream catchers, pots, turquoise jewelry and other wares.

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