11 hrs ago
Dogs winding up at vets' offices after gobbling up marijuana edibles
By Brittany Elena Morris Cronkite News Service PHOENIX - Dogs get into things, whether it be chewing up a shoe, digging through the trash or grabbing food off the table.
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16 hrs ago
Colorado Engineering Council Awards $32K in Scholarships to Top Engineering Students
The American Council of Engineering Cos. of Colorado recently presented $32,000 in scholarships to 11 outstanding college students pursuing degrees in engineering at Colorado schools with ABET-accredited engineering programs.
22 hrs ago
The deadline for submissions is 10 a.m. Monday for the Thursday edition and 10 a.m. Wednesday for the Sunday edition.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
No easy route for Gov. Hickenlooper on effort to ban red-light cameras
With a little more than six months until Election Day and poll numbers much improved , Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper appears to be in a comfortable position as he seeks a second term in office.
Students pour into Coors Field for record-breaking science lesson
Brian Jones, CSU physics instructor and director of the Little Shop of Physics, leads over 10,000 students during the hour-long interactive science lesson.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Birds an early influence for printmaker Laura Grossett
Laura Grossett is a printmaker. She has a master's degree in fine art from Colorado State University and is presently teaching printmaking at Front Range Community College.
Shakespeare - the missing man on campus
Alex Caraveo and Alliyah Padilla of West High School preform during the 28th annual Denver Public Schools Shakespeare Festival on May 11, 2012, outside the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Garden Club: Get Planting with the Community Gardens in Fort Collins
Each year students from Colorado State University and Front Range Community College along with Horticulturists begin cultivating herbs, perennials and veggie starts.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Community colleges think big; too big, say some universities
In a high-ceilinged classroom, bright sun poking through the blinds and reflecting off the whiteboard, eight students lug heavy textbooks to their desks and prepare for this afternoon’s lesson: It’s an unusually small group for a bachelor’s degree-level course in biology.
Woods Houghton: Grass clippings
A small change in the way lawns and parks are groomed might improve landscape ecosystems and soil and reduce carbon dioxide in the air, all while saving money usually spent on maintenance, a recent study at Colorado State University shows.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Will offers incentive to use Wyoming ranch for agricultural education
The will of a wealthy Denver philanthropist who has died contains a large financial incentive for the University of Wyoming and Colorado State University to use a ranch for agricultural education rather than sell the property, the executor of her estate said Thursday.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Colorado scientist gets NASA grant to study twin
A Colorado State University health researcher has received a NASA grant for a radiation study in which the subjects will be one twin in space and his brother back on earth.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Early forecast predicts quiet 2014 Atlantic hurricane season
A below-average hurricane season is being predicted but that does not mean area residents should be any less prepared for the possibility.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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)