Colorado Springs Daily Gazette in Colorado-Springs, Colorado
2 Jan 2011

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2 Jan 2011

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Colorado Springs Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - January 2, 2011, Colorado Springs, Colorado In sports it Pasadena roses turn purple for thu fiesta bowl no. 9 oklahoma.48 no. 25 connecticut.20 capital one bowl no. 15 alabama.49 no./michiganstate.7 of r Back Rowl. Florida Penn state ,37 .24the badgers and horned frogs mixed it up in entertaining fashion in Pasadena. Thu beat Wisconsin 21-19 and ended with a 13-0 record. Che Fezette $1.50 i sunday january 2, 2011 l informing the pikes Peak Region since 1872 i 2011 a look ahead Crystal Ball is unclear but anyway Here goes. Springs voters will choose City s first Strong mayor in election set for april 5 the Gazette National or world events will governments will Sini la shape our lives this year with bul it i Stu s there Are some Givens. The pikes a my Kkt ii u ill Well have a couple of Elee Host some major sporting tons. And politicians will Tell events and the us what they to link about ment Calendar Ili Cady is although it s impossible Well everything. Tschoi l shaping up with some to predict what local state boards and local and state names year 2010 has checked out. We be reminisced about what happened a or did t. Now. On to 2011. Also pundits Ohp a medic a tion tor 20 business 1 some Cru Hii Sini so s will in a i ii11 1 in t Mist those st link pm dials a n i Ren Cumi to j Ijelu t will \m1 lie ii the Lulu to help t Springs adjust to new Strong ii nor torni of go i ziment luit we Tell \ m that voters will make that to vision on april will new state and local lii casing re Juire Nientsu lil the medical-m.ir-1111.ina Industry mate or More Hac by Early March that picture might be a bit clearer in Eros a Brief look at some of the things Alre Aily on the 2011 Calendar Well be covering. I new year Sec look ahead a Pace 8 military More vets struggling with pain syndrome by Lisa Slack Chicago Tribune Chicago a when Kevin Shear Falls asleep the pain barrels into his dreams sometimes As an animal ravaging his right leg or shattered Glass tearing at the limb. The former Marine from Crystal Lake 111., suffers from an unusual condition that attacks the Central nervous system and leaves him in constant anguish much like amputees who feel pain in their quot phantom the illness Complex regional pain syndrome can cause lifelong medical nightmares for some adults and even children usually after a mild trauma inflames the nerves causing pain that never shuts off a even after the original injury heals. Today More veterans Are complaining about the condition which they believe derived from injuries suffered in the service a in Shear s Case an ankle sprain during a training exercise. Because the malady in t formally recognized by the . Department of veterans affairs Shear and others say they find it difficult to get government benefits. The veterans say they have lived in silence for too Long and believe the military will see More of these cases As injured soldiers seek medical care. Although there is no Way to know How Many vets suffer from the pain syndrome the number of appeals for disability compensation that cite the illness Rose to nearly 600 in 2009, up from 330 in 2005, according to the Board of veterans appeals. The Board lists about 500 cases related to the syndrome for 2010. Quot it s hard for people like us to mobilize quot said Shear families Congress Sec pain a Page 2 online it in depth for More stores about the military Check out photos by Bryan Oller the Gazette Mother Noelle Lantz with daughter Lillian Mae and father Boker Wright at memorial Hospital North on saturday. Lillian Mae was born at 1 02 ., the first baby born in Colorado Springs in 2011. First Springs baby lines up the ones quot we re just excited to to have her in the world quot Noelle Lantz said of Lillian Mae. By John c. Ensslin ? lust it i ter 1 On new i ars l a. Following52 hours in labor. Noelle ped to the nurses ii memorial North Hospital Vhal if i Hokl on a few More minutes and have this baby at 1 11 a in. On 1/1/11." no. Let s just get this Lone they replied. And so at 1 02 Lant gae birth to a daughter. Lillian Mae Wright who thus became the first baby born in Colorado Springs in 2011. Quot that absolutely was t my plan quot the .3. I year old mom said saturday As she cradled her 5-Pound, 7- Nice daughter in her arms. Her due Date originally had been Jan. 10. Leading her i Arents to wonder if a baby born on 1/11/11 was possible. But having a baby on new year s Day worked out Fine. Lantz said. Lily s dad Boker Wright said new year s will be a great birthday for their daughter. Quot she s going to love it be online it i in for video on this Story go to the sidebar blog at ing born on 1.1.11." he said. Quot at least Shell never have to work that Day or go to school thai Lily is the first child for the couple. Wright a 30-year-old mechanical engineering student and window store employee his been working hard at getting Lily s Nursery finished in time for her arrival. He managed to finish just in time. Lily not Only arrived nine Days Early she beat the next nearest birth in Colorado Springs by More than one hour. Having the first baby in Colorado Springs in 2011 is Nice her parents said. But it s not As exciting As having their first child. Quot we re just excited to have her in the world quot Lantz said. House s gop newcomers May resist compromises by Charles Babington the associated press Washington a two Earh showdowns on sex Riding <uk1 debt will signal whether the new Congress can Liing common ground Desi it its partisan divisions or whether it s to Tineil for gridlock and brinkmanship that could threaten the nation s economic health. Not All of the Bicker iii in the 112th Congress that convenes wednesday will be Between republicans and democrats. House republicans Back in Power after four ears in the minority will include numerous freshmen whose unyielding stands on the lel Init. In particular could severely test soon to be speaker John Boehner s ability to Bridge differences and pass major Bills. His first big Challenge will come in february when Congress must pass a huge spending Bill to keep the government running. Many republicans veterans and newcomers alike have pledged to Cut discretionary Domestic spending by up to $100 billion. Kven if they agree on a plan it probably will be changed by the Senate where democrats will hold 5.3-47 Edge. And president Barack Obama can veto almost any Bill he opposes during the next two years. Before Boehner a Ohio deals with democrats objections he May have trouble getting his own 241-member caucus to agree on what to Cut and How deeply. Republicans have a history see budget a Pace 2 inside issues with an air plane caused an evacuation of the Capitol. Page 3 photos and see How your climbing times stack up at the incline nation. Weather. A6 High 39. Low 10 r Sun weak Chinook wind May Nitake it feel warmer o pm. 139 a no. 285 nmn of cd lemme Maori Malm plan to ease pain for pets James Gaynor specializes in pain management and is one of about 300 veterinarians certified in the . To use animals own Stem cells in treatment for ailments. The procedure does not use the controversial embryonic Stem cells that have not gotten Fra approval for humans. 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