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Friday, September 30, 2016

Posts Tagged ‘Colorado State University’

Obituary: Jason Charles Holden

Obituary: Jason Charles Holden

Jason Charles Holden, “Jay”, a resident of Berthoud, Colorado, died unexpectedly on September 20, 2016 at the age of 43 when struck by a car while road biking in the foothills of Colorado. Jay is survived by his parents, Susan and Charles Holden; his wife, Kari Holden; his children, Sydney Lee and Tyler Jason Holden; and his sisters, Heather and Kedron Holden. Jay was born in Bronx, New York, in August of 1973 and raised on Long Island. He graduated from Colorado State University in ... Full Story

Obituary: Marilyn Jean Krieger

Obituary: Marilyn Jean Krieger

Marilyn Jean Krieger passed away October 31, 2015, she was 80 old. She was born on July 11, 1935 in Brighton, Colorado to Lloyd DeVere Hale and Nellie Isabell (Frisbie) Hale. She graduated from Berthoud High School in 1952. She attended Colorado State University for several years. She was a telephone operator for many years in Ft. Collins. She then joined and served as a Deputy Sheriff with the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office. She worked for JC Penny in Killeen Texas and Ft Collins for ... Full Story

Obituary: Donald Eugene Jones

Obituary: Donald Eugene Jones

Donald Eugene Jones, 60, of Berthoud, Colorado died Wednesday, October 14, 2015 at the Berthoud Living Center after a life with Multiple Sclerosis. Donald was born on May 17, 1955 in Longmont, Colorado to Thomas and Joyce Jones. He grew up in Berthoud, Colorado, and attended local schools. Donald earned a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from Colorado State University in 1977 and MS in Astronautical Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology Engineering. He joined Air Force ROTC at ... Full Story

Obituary: Richard “Dick” Kenagy

Obituary: Richard “Dick” Kenagy

  Richard “Dick” Kenagy passed away on Thursday, April 16, 2015, in Loveland at the McKee Medical Center. Richard Bruce Kenagy was born on April 18, 1928 to Bruce B. and Mabel L. (Berner) Kenagy in Loveland. He graduated from Loveland High School in 1946. Dick continued his education receiving his bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in 1951. Dick married Alice Jean Higgins in Fort Collins on December 17, 1950. From 1952 to1954 Dick served in the US Army in Washington ... Full Story

Gardening with The Masters

Gardening with The Masters

  Things that go bump in the garden: Bats, snakes, and toads Gardening Article By: Kathie Hopkins Colorado State University Extension Master Gardener in Larimer County Bats: The often maligned bat is a gardener’s best friend! The North American bat species are nocturnal mammals that devour more bugs than birds and bug zappers combined, and they do not suck blood from animals or humans. They specifically search out night-flying insects, such as moths and mosquitoes and a bat will devour ... Full Story

Obituary: Kevin Michael Campbell

Obituary: Kevin Michael Campbell

  Kevin Michael Campbell, 23, of Fort Collins, passed away Thursday, March 28, 2013 in Loveland. Kevin was born August 24, 1989 in Loveland to parents Kent and Candy Campbell. He graduated from Thompson Valley High School and was a senior Biology major at Colorado State University. He was devoted to his studies and deeply enjoyed learning.  He aspired to be a professional athletic trainer. Kevin loved Father God with a passion and intensity that is indescribable. His polite, loving, ... Full Story

Agritourism Workshop

Agritourism Workshop

    Learn How to Diversify at Agritourism Workshop LAKEWOOD, Colo. – From visiting a farmers’ market or winery to spending a week working cattle on a ranch or taking a farm tour, agritourism activities are popping up across the state. To help farmers and ranchers learn more about agritourism, a workshop is scheduled for March 3, 2012, in Colorado Springs, Colo. “Agritourism is a growing segment of the agriculture industry in Colorado and across the nation,” said Wendy White, ... Full Story

CSU wants pudgy puppies

CSU wants pudgy puppies

Colorado State University Wants Pudgy Puppies for Clinical Trial on Obesity and Diet Changes FORT COLLINS - Dogs with a New Year’s resolution to lose weight can try a new diet, thanks to a Colorado State University study. CSU’s Animal Cancer Center is recruiting overweight or obese dogs for a clinical trial that looks at how newly formulated food may improve Fido’s overall health and help him keep a girlish figure. The clinical trial will evaluate if a new food is more easily digested ... Full Story

Obituary: Jason James Olinger

Obituary: Jason James Olinger

Jason James Olinger of Timnath, Colorado passed away on December 17, 2011 at the age of 40. He was born in Bloomington, Illinois to Jack D. and M.J. Olinger. Jason grew up and was baptized in Dubuque, Iowa. Early life found him around family, friends and relatives, where his dad taught him to bowl. At age eight, Jason and his family moved to Westminster, Colorado, where Jason attended Mesa Elementary and Scott Carpenter Junior High. During this time, he became a Boy Scout and was active in the ... Full Story

Help for Pregnant Women to Prevent Foodborne Illness

  Materials Developed by Colorado State, Ohio State, Aim to Help Pregnant Women Prevent Foodborne Illness FORT COLLINS - Pregnant women can learn how to protect themselves and their babies from the risks of foodborne illness -- such as the recent melon-related listeria outbreak -- thanks to a joint effort between Ohio State University and Colorado State University. The educational program, “Healthy Baby, Healthy Me,” is available in both English and Spanish for free download. “Most ... Full Story

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