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3 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

Alumni dole out CSU scholarships

This bull elephant is in a sling, suspended from a crane truck, to move it and get it ready for a vasectomy surgery May 1, 2011, in southern Africa.


5 hrs ago | Southwest Farm Press

Early hurricane forecast calls for small chance of U.S. landfall

The first of what will no doubt become many tropical weather forecasts and storm predictions for the 2014 hurricane season is hot off the presses and has been released by researchers at Colorado State University.


Related Topix: Hurricane, Natural Disasters, Tornado, Agriculture, Science, Weather

10 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

Emotional Literacy workshop

Emotional Literacy: Feelings Matters will be presented Saturday, May 3, as the third Working Effectively with Children workshop in a four part series.


Related Topix: Morgan County, CO, Fort Morgan, CO

14 hrs ago | Turf

4/18/2014 - Planet Aef Awards Scholarships to 47 Students

FT. COLLINS, Colo. - The PLANET Academic Excellence Foundation presented scholarships and awards to 47 students at the 38th annual PLANET Student Career Days at Colorado State University here recently.


Related Topix: Fort Collins, CO

19 hrs ago | KUAD-FM Windsor

Colorado Vets Report - Fido and Friends are Getting Stoned and the Numbers are Increasing

Initially you might laugh at the thought because you've wondered what your dog would be like on pot or maybe just because its time for your afternoon bag of Doritos and mega sized Mountain Dew.


Related Topix: Marijuana

Thu Apr 17, 2014


Davis dies, will provides for ranch use by UW, CSU

The will of a wealthy Denver philanthropist who has died contains an incentive for the University of Wyoming and Colorado State University to use a ranch for agricultural education rather than sell the property.


Related Topix: University of Wyoming

The Modesto Bee

Stanislaus County assessor's race attracts candidates from diverse backgrounds

Bachelor's degree in bioagricultural science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, 1983; postgraduate courses in accounting and financial, managerial and cost accounting Bachelor's degree in sociology and criminal justice, California State University, Stanislaus, 1988; master's degree in public administration and urban government, San Francisco ... (more)


Related Topix: Stanislaus County, CA, Cal State Stanislaus, Modesto, CA, Turlock, CA


Wheat assessment to remain at 2 cents

According to a post on the Colorado Wheat Administrative Committee website, , the 2 cent per bushel wheat assessment in the Colorado Wheat Marketing Order will continue.


Related Topix: Colorado, Colorado Government, Agriculture, Science

Lamar Daily News

AGUA's weekly crop water use report

It is being brought to you through a partnership between Colorado State University and the Arkansas Groundwater Users' Association through a grant funded under the Arkansas Basin Roundtable and the Colorado Water Conservation Board and the Southeastern Colorado Water Conservancy District.


Related Topix: State University, AR

KUAD-FM Windsor

Become a Backyard Goat Farmer in Fort Collins - CSU Symposium Saturday [POLL]

I think it is cool that Fort Collins alls backyard goat farming, but I am not sure I would want them living next to me.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

Wed Apr 16, 2014


4/16/2014 - PLANET Names Zachery Johnson AEF 2014 Educator of the Year

The PLANET Academic Excellence Foundation recently honored Zachery Johnson, LIC, PLA, as its 2014 Outstanding Educator of the Year.


Related Topix: Fort Collins, CO, University of Colorado Denver

CBS Local

CSU Researchers Try To Determine Poison Used To Lace Meatballs

Researchers at Colorado State University are trying to figure out exactly what was used to lace poisonous meatballs left in a Boulder County park.


Related Topix: Boulder County, CO, Gunbarrel, CO

News Observer

Predictions: 2014 could be quieter-than-average hurricane year

Two of the leading hurricane scientific research groups have issued forecasts calling for average to below-average activity in the Atlantic and Caribbean basins in 2014.


Related Topix: Hurricane, Natural Disasters

Denver Westword

Westboro Baptist Church announces plan to picket CSU graduation

Any hope that the Westboro Baptist Church would refrain from its vile activities following the death of founder Fred Phelps last month has now been officially squashed.


Tests on meatballs after dogs poisoned

The Boulder Daily Camera reports authorities recovered six meatballs laced with rat poison from the park on Monday and Tuesday.


Fort Collins Coloradoan

Scott D. Wells

Collins, died April 9, 2014 at Medical Center of the Rockies. Scott was born April 10, 1961 in Ft.


Related Topix: Cheyenne, WY, Laramie County, WY, Events

Tue Apr 15, 2014

Denver Post

WeeCycle brews and blues fundraiser

This is WeeCycle 's third annual fundraiser to gin up money to distribute new and gently-used baby gear to families in need.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Bar-B-Q, Denver, CO, Dining, University of Denver, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities, Metropolitan State University

North Forty News & Fossil Creek Curre...

CSU ecologists find national park tourists offer elk and antelope shelter from predators

Prey animals, such as elk and pronghorn, are changing their behavior in close proximity to predictable human activity.



Apply now for reduced-cost irrigation pumping plant assessments

Colorado State University's Center for Agricultural Energy is in its final year of accepting applications for reduced-cost irrigation pumping plant assessments for agricultural producers on the Front Range and Eastern Plains of Colorado.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Colorado

The Miami Herald

Hurricane experts share their knowledge at Orlando conference

ORLANDO – Predictions of a quiet hurricane season from the man who pioneered statistical forecasting three decades ago were overshadowed Tuesday by a "It's hard to go all these years and then make your worst forecast after 30 years," climatologist William Gray, 84, told a packed room at the National Hurricane Center's annual conference.


Related Topix: Hurricane, Natural Disasters, Meteorology, Science, Florida State University