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Archive for July 6, 2009

Berthoud Man Witness to Honduran Violence

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder     For Berthoud High School graduate Neil Brandvold, the violence and unrest in Honduras for the past week has been more than some uprising in a country more than 2,000 miles away. Much more. (more…)

Price of Admission: 'Public Enemies' is

By Dani White Berthoud Recorder “Public Enemies” is the intriguing story of the notorious 1930s criminal mastermind, John Dillinger (Johnny Depp). The film is a considerably accurate depiction of the collectively revered public enemy number one. Johnny Depp is a natural when it comes to sympathizing and glorifying villains. He captures the chivalrous, charismatic and criminal behavior of the intrepid and infamous gangster. Depp reminds us why the public rooted for Dillinger as the ... Full Story

Report: 'Electrosmog' an Emerging Public

Cell phones, wireless networks and the developing "smart grid" utility technologies are being hailed as progress for communication and information, but the downside is an emerging public health issue. A report documenting health hazards linked to wireless radiation, called "electrosmog," is landing on desks in Congress this week, issued by the National Institute for Science, Law and Public Policy. The document highlights the independent science on acute and chronic health issues linked to ... Full Story

State News: Tackling the Medicare 'Doughnut

It's a doughnut hole that's not at all sweet. Every year, thousands of Coloradans on Medicare Part D lose prescription drug coverage after their yearly costs reach $2,700. Coverage resumes when their costs rise past $7,100 dollars. (more…)

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