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EarthSky Tonight—August 25, Orion the Hunter and

EarthSky Tonight—August 25, Orion the Hunter and Sirius the Dog Star

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org The very noticeable constellation Orion the Hunter can be seen ascending in the southeast before dawn at this time of year. Orion will be visible in the evening by winter, but right now the Hunter lords over the southeastern sky at dawn’s first light. Orion was low in the west after sunset last spring, and, in early summer, this constellation was behind the sun as seen from Earth. Orion only returned to visibility in ... Full Story

Tyson Recalls Deli Sandwiches Sold at Wal-Mart

Tyson Recalls Deli Sandwiches Sold at Wal-Mart

Press Release August 23, 2010 DENVER-Tyson Foods Inc. has recalled 380,000 pounds of deli meat that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, bacteria that can cause food poisoning. The meat from Zemco Industries (a division of Tyson Foods)  in Buffalo, NY, was made into "Marketside Grab and Go" pre-made sandwiches that were distributed nationwide to Wal-Mart stores, including Colorado stores. The sandwiches have expiration dates ranging from Aug. 20 to Sept. 10 and include ... Full Story

Goodbye Jeremy and Debbie

Goodbye Jeremy and Debbie

It is with great sorrow that we say goodbye to Jeremy Roush and Debbie Hermance as they permanently take up residence in Massachusetts. While we rejoice that Jeremy has found such a great position that will make use of his culinary skills and background, we realize that their relocation is a loss to our community. Jeremy and Debbie have an attitude of grace and generosity that is rarely encountered in personal relationships and even more rarely found in business. We’re so ... Full Story

Berthoud says “goodbye” to Jeremy Roush

Berthoud says “goodbye” to Jeremy Roush

By Claudia Todd-Young “Amherst’s gain is Berthoud’s loss,” said a local businessman as he spoke of Jeremy Roush’s upcoming move to Massachusetts. Roush has accepted the position of executive chef at Amherst College in Amherst, Mass., about 85 miles from Boston. The college is situated on about 1,000 acres and has about 1,600 students. “As director of the culinary department, my main emphasis will be to elevate the student dining program. That will include involving ... Full Story

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