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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘colorado’

Skunks spreading rabies to Front Range

  Rabies Confirmed in Coyote in Cortez Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment DENVER-- A coyote in Cortez has tested positive for rabies according to lab results from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The Colorado Division of Wildlife and Montezuma County Health Department submitted the coyote for rabies testing after property owners reported it was acting strangely by trying to enter a fenced enclosure with dogs and showing no fear of loud noises or ... Full Story

Gouda Cheese Purchased at Costco Linked to E.coli

Gouda Cheese Purchased at Costco Linked to E.coli

O157:H7 Multi-State Outbreak DENVER—State health and Tri-County Health Department officials Friday warned consumers who purchased or sampled Dutch Style Gouda Cheese (Costco item 40654) at Costco locations that it has been linked to five-state outbreak of E.coli O157:H7 infections. Consumers who have any of this cheese should not eat it. They should return it to the place of purchase or dispose of it in a closed plastic bag and place it in a sealed trash can to prevent people or ... Full Story

Colorado Carrots Are Versatile Vegetables

Colorado Carrots Are Versatile Vegetables

LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month, Colorado carrots are featured in our Carrot Cake Pancakes recipe. Available Now…Carrots Choose carrots that are well-shaped with firm, smooth exteriors and vibrant orange to orange-red color. Tops should be closely trimmed to avoid rapid decay. Carrots are fat free, low in sodium, an ... Full Story

ASRM Blasts Colorado Amendment 62

ASRM Blasts Colorado Amendment 62

Urges Voters Reject It on November 2 Denver, CO - The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has called on the residents of Colorado to vote NO on Amendment 62 when they go to the polls November 2. Like a ballot measure defeated in 2008, Amendment 62 would give legal rights to fertilized eggs under the Colorado Constitution, and in doing so, would imperil vital medical care and eliminate or make unsafe important family building options for those suffering from ... Full Story

Ballot requires 61 cents postage

Ballot requires 61 cents postage

Diny Pickert wanted me to remind you that the Larimer County mail in ballot for Berthoud requires $.61 postage. Make sure your vote gets counted. Put on proper postage. If local issues required a longer ballot the price might be more.

Markey earns A+ rating from Pinon Canyon Expansion

Markey earns A+ rating from Pinon Canyon Expansion Opposition Coalition

LAMAR—Betsy Markey has earned a perfect score from the Pinon Canyon Expansion Opposition Coalition for her efforts to stop the expansion of the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site in Southeast Colorado. The Coalition wrote, PCEOC has given Betsy Markey an A+ rating for her efforts to stop the Pinon Canyon expansion. She is a candidate that has put her congressional votes and legislative efforts where her mouth is to keep Pinon Canyon from expanding. Betsy Markey co-sponsored and pushed ... Full Story

BAE Systems Sells its Container Solutions Assets in

BAE Systems Sells its Container Solutions Assets in Berthoud

BERTHOUD, Colorado─ BAE Systems' U. S. Combat Systems (USCS) business announced today that it has sold its Container Solutions assets in Berthoud, Colo., to Rocky River Holdings LLC. "The decision to sell the Container Solutions business assets was made to better align with the company's strategic objectives," said Gary Slack, president of BAE Systems' U. S. Combat Systems business. BAE Systems plans to use subcontractors, including Rocky River Holdings LLC, to complete work on ... Full Story

A Fact, Any Fact

A Fact, Any Fact

Dear Friends and Neighbors: I woke up this morning with a hypothetical conversation between me and a voter going through my head. Gordon: You know the people elect the University of Colorado Regents. I’m thinking it might be better if they are appointed by the Governor. Voter: No. Why would I want to give up my right to elect the Regents? Gordon: Okay, tell me one fact about either of the two candidates for CU Regent at-large. Voter: A fact? Gordon: Yeah a fact, any ... Full Story

Crisp Colorado cabbage adds crunch

Crisp Colorado cabbage adds crunch

LAKEWOOD, Colo. – Each month, the Colorado Department of Agriculture features a different commodity to highlight the variety and quality of products grown, raised or processed in the state. This month, Colorado cabbage is featured in our Colorado Coleslaw recipe. Available Now…Cabbage In 2009 Colorado produced nearly 130 million pounds of cabbage valued at $14 million. Good quality cabbage should be well-formed, fairly even colored and heavy for its size. Cabbage leaves should be ... Full Story

This Week in College Football History: Sept. 13 –

This Week in College Football History: Sept. 13 – Sept. 19

As part of an ongoing series throughout the fall, The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame posts This Week in College Football History, which takes a look back at some of college football's landmark moments over the last 141 years. FEATURED MOMENT: September 17, 1988- In Iowa City, 2010 College Football Hall of Fame inductee Alfred Williams led the Colorado defense with seven tackles, four for losses including two sacks, a forced fumble, a recovery, a ... Full Story

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