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Colorado drug associated deaths augmenting during "epidemic" proportions

February 6, 2016 Denver No Comments
DENVER – The series of drug-related deaths around Colorado has scarcely doubled, according to a latest investigate by a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and a Colorado Health Institute. The results, that includes drug-related deaths from 2002-2014, uncover each county solely one in Colorado gifted an increase. Twelve, had an overdose rate of some-more than 20 for each 100,000 residents, creati

Weekend continue in Colorado Springs kicks off a widen but snow

February 6, 2016 Colorado Springs No Comments
Blue skies returned to Colorado Springs on Friday morning after overnight snow. (Jerry Herman, The Gazette)  This weekend’s continue foresee opposite a Pikes Peak segment looks flattering super. In other words, no sleet – for a while. Saturday’s foresee in Colorado Springs calls for balmy skies with light winds and a high of 44 degrees, according to a National Weather Service in Pueblo. As a Br

VA: Wait times available wrongly during Colorado clinic

February 6, 2016 Aurora No Comments
DENVER | Workers during a Colorado Springs VA hospital wrongly reported that some veterans got appointments earlier than they indeed did, while during slightest 288 veterans had to wait longer than a government’s 30-day target, sovereign investigators pronounced Thursday. The investigators didn’t contend either a annals were deliberately falsified to make a clinic’s opening demeanour improved than it was. Th

Median Fort Collins lease nears $1400 per month

February 6, 2016 Fort Collins No Comments
This digest shows a Uncommon unit formidable designed for a southeast dilemma of College Avenue and Olive Street in Old Town Fort Collins.(Photo: Courtesy of city of Fort Collins) Fort Collins rents increased faster than a inhabitant normal over a past 12 months, with median monthly rents closing in on $1,400, according to a new news from Apartmentlist.com, that marks lease prices opposite a country. If there

Coroner: Mother dies from apparent CO monoxide poisoning after mobile home glow in Adams County

February 6, 2016 Thornton No Comments
THORNTON, Colo. – In a rough ruling, a Adams County coroner’s bureau pronounced it appears a 55-year-old mom died from CO monoxide poisoning after a mobile home glow final week. However, Troylean Myers’ demeanour of genocide stays underneath investigation, a coroner’s bureau pronounced in a matter Friday.  The heated glow was reported during 12:49 p.m. on Jan. 26 during a mobile home park d

Chemicals found in Colorado water

February 6, 2016 Pueblo No Comments
DENVER — Traces of widely used and potentially damaging chemicals have shown adult in 3 celebration H2O systems in Colorado, call officials to close down 3 wells and start looking for a source. Two compounds once used in nonstick cookware coatings, firefighting froth and other materials were rescued in utilities portion about 69,000 people in a city of Fountain and an unincorporated village called Secur

Denver-area pooches join lineup for Puppy Bowl XII

February 6, 2016 Arvada No Comments
Three puppies from a Dumb Friends League were drafted to star in Puppy Bowl XII to finish Animal Planet’s register of adoptable players. The Dumb Friends League is among 44 shelters and rescue groups representing 25 states opposite a U.S. and Puerto Rico participating in Puppy Bowl XII. All 3 of a Dumb Friends League’s puppies were adopted following a event. The Puppy

Residents find ‘best for less’ in used goods

February 6, 2016 Centennial No Comments
Janene Newell and Scott Collins, a integrate from Littleton, renovated their 200-square-foot kitchen with rich, old-world furnishings donated to a circuitously Habitat for Humanity ReStore. The integrate was primarily quoted $100,000 for a transform — they finished adult spending reduction than half. “The demographic was a means of a success in a Littleton ReStore location,

Greeley leaders accommodate to work on relationships

February 6, 2016 Greeley No Comments
More than 50 village leaders in Greeley spent a day and a half this week operative together to know how to urge their relations with one another. City Manager Roy Otto mostly pushes for what he and his colleagues call “relational excellence” — a faith that plain communication and mutual honour are constituent to partnerships. This week, they hosted a limit called “Relational Excellence Habitudes Training

Longmont Economic Development Partnership welcomes 4 new house members – Longmont Times

February 6, 2016 Longmont No Comments
The Longmont Economic Development Partnership this week voted in 4 new house members to offer two-year terms and inaugurated new care as well. The new members are Ted Bendelow, profession with Bendelow Law Office; Dan Gust, owners of Ace Hardware Longmont; Joe Troutman, comparison manager of space systems and growth during Enersys; and Eric Wallace, co-founder and boss of Left Hand Brewing. Wendell Pickett, clamp b


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