Let me guess: much of it was already prepared in factory kitchens hundreds of miles away and the main ingredients were corn or soy products (or both). Am I right? According to the USDA, 93% of corn, 94% of soybeans and 95% of cotton contain patented genetically engineered genes as well as 95% of sugar beets and canola according to industry reports. In addition, varieties of genetically engineered papayas, zucchini, yellow crookneck squash, alfalfa and sweet corn have been approved [...]
Local Ark Valley Libation Society collaborative fundraising beer, Brown’s Canyon India style Brown Ale, was a hit with supporters. From left: Bill Dvorak, Dvorak’s Kayak and Rafting Expeditions and leader of Sporstmen for Browns Canyon; Keith Baker, Friends of Browns Canyon, Sen. Mark Udall and Andy Neinas, Echo Canyon River Expedition, and past head of both the Colorado and Arkansas River Outfitters Associations.
A veritable A-list of environmental organizations, raft outfitters and a trickle of private citizens voiced unanimous support [...]
At about 5:30pm Christmas Eve, State Patrol Trooper Kris Galyean noticed a car parked off US Hwy 285 near County Road 200, Marshal Pass Road. Trooper Galvean learned the car had been reported stolen from Tucson and was associated with a 16-year-old female runaway.
The East Coal Creek Fire, located approximately 17 miles west of Gunnison, is burning in the West Elk Wilderness on National Forest System lands.
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The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded a $580.2 million construction contract to build the Denver VA Medical Center (VAMC) replacement facility on the same campus as the University of Colorado Hospital complex in Aurora, site of the former Fitzsimons Army Medical Center.
Delivery of first-class mail is falling at a staggering rate. Facing insolvency, can the USPS reinvent itself like European services have—or will it implode?
Today, we pay homage to those who placed themselves on the Altar of Freedom for love of country. Memorial Day is a time for remembrance, reflection, and respect—for honoring the men and women who gave their lives in service to the Nation.
Is it the end for fraternal organizations in mountain towns, or just the chance to reinvent themselves?
Salida is among just 20 finalists in Budget Travel Magazine’s contest to determine America’s Coolest Small Towns. The final selection is being determined right now by way of online voting.
Check out this video shot by Sam Bricker
For the week spanning December 6 and December 12, 2010, the TAR CREEK team will offer any grassroots, non-profit, community, or educational organization wishing to host a local film screening and discussion about the Superfund program a free TAR CREEK DVD and screening kit
The Quiznos Pro Challenge is now expected to become one of the most significant international pro-cycling events worldwide. The international spotlight that will shine on Salida, Aug. 23 is expected to deliver a major economic boost for the community.
Tuesday’s elections statewide featured a potpourri of questions for municipal voters.
For Veterans who receive their care from private physicians, VA has placed the disability benefits questionnaires on its internet site with instructions for physicians to submit examination results on Veterans’ behalf.
Colorado’s application represents 112 school districts, the Charter School Institute and the Colorado School for the Deaf and the Blind. In all, the application covers 740,000 students (90 percent) in the state.
Simpler forms and new program reduce paperwork and speed process
June 10 is Small Business Day, and Marilyn Laverty, director of the Small Business Development Center, says “Its small businesses are holding on, committed to keeping their employees and cutting costs to the bone to get through this economic downturn.”