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By Johnson, Teddi Dineley New legislation brings comprehensive services to entire state PUBLIC health in Colorado took a huge leap toward the future in May with the passage of landmark legislation that will restructure and revitalize the state's public health infrastructure.
To: POLITICAL EDITORS Contact: Kimberly Sorensen of Colorado State University, +1-970- 491-0757, Kimberly.Sorensen@colostate.edu FORT COLLINS, Colo., Aug.
By Anthony A. Mestas, The Pueblo Chieftain, Colo. Jul. 30--ORDWAY -- Otero and Crowley counties have a new range and livestock management extension agent. Natalie Edmundson of Ordway took the position in June. She replaced Bill Hancock, who retired two years ago.
By Gayle Perez, The Pueblo Chieftain, Colo. Jul. 29--Colorado State University-Pueblo will be using more of the sun's energy to power the campus through a new solar power project believed to be the largest of its kind on a college campus.
By Gargi Chakrabarty Colorado State University is banking that the green movement is here to stay, announcing plans Tuesday for a unique school to train green collar workers. The school, at CSU's Fort Collins campus, will be called the School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
By Jerd Smith Nearly $3 billion of ambitious new water projects along the Front Range are in various stages of launching - from completing a lengthy federal permitting process to actually breaking ground. The pending boom includes seven new or expanded reservoirs and at least one major pipeline.
By Greeley Tribune, Colo. Jul. 18--U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard, R-Colo., has secured nearly $3 million for Colorado State University projects as part of the fiscal year 2009 Agriculture Appropriations bill.
By Julie Poppen Call it the next wave in online learning.
By Chris Casey, Greeley Tribune, Colo. Jun. 15--The University of Northern Colorado, which has a spotty record of attracting Greeley-area students, wants to be the first college choice of those high school graduates. Out of last year's 2,250 freshmen, only 60 came from Greeley schools.
Martin Joseph Fettman was selected as a Payload Specialist candidate by NASA in December of 1991 because of his life’s dedication to pathology. He continues today with his dedication by bringing awareness to science in space to many public forums. Fettman was born in Brooklyn, New York on December 31, 1965. He attended Midwood High School in Brooklyn, New York and graduated in 1973. He went on to further his academics at Cornell University. His focus was animal nutrition and in 1976, he...
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