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Archive for January 10, 2012

Vicki Marble running for House District 49

Vicki Marble running for House District 49

Vicki Marble Launches Campaign for House District 49 Fort Collins, CO – Vicki Marble, Republican, small business owner and 34-year Larimer County resident, is announcing her candidacy for Colorado House District 49. As a mother of two adult sons, Vicki is active in her community. Vicki is the owner of a successful retail business with her oldest son. Her youngest son served in the Marine Corps for 4 1⁄2 years and is currently overseas doing contract work for the State ... Full Story

Young-Ferrandino Bill Opens Paths to Medicaid

Press Release (Denver) – Soaring Medicaid costs are straining the state budget. Today, Rep. Dave Young and Minority Leader Mark Ferrandino proposed a bill to save money and maximize health outcomes. “Colorado families are still suffering from the aftereffects of the Great Recession and thus the Medicaid rolls continue to grow,” Rep. Young (D-Greeley) said at a Capitol press conference today. “Expanded access to care is simply unsustainable without changes in how states deliver and ... Full Story

Obituary: Trudi Lynn Hershman

Obituary: Trudi Lynn Hershman

      April 12, 1960 – January 8, 2012 Trudi Lynn Hershman, of Berthoud, Colorado, passed away on January 8, 2012, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born to Sandy and Jess Gingery in Longmont, Colorado, on April 12, 1960. Trudi graduated from Berthoud High School in 1978, and married David Hershman on October 1, 1977. After her children started grade school, Trudi followed her dream of going to college. She earned a degree in accounting and ... Full Story

“The Butler Did It”

“The Butler Did It”

 

Program Helps Create Rural Jobs

Program Helps Create Rural Jobs

Proven Program Helps Create Rural Jobs By Steph Larsen, stephl@cfra.org, Center for Rural Affairs In two short years the Rural Microentrepreneur Assistance Program (RMAP), administered through USDA, has proven to be a solid job creator in rural America. The program provides loan capital and technical assistance grants to small business development organizations to make loans and provide support to startup and existing rural businesses. RMAP loan funds can be used to purchase real ... Full Story

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