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6:00am

Tue May 29, 2012
Education

Groundbreaking Health Science Program Gets New Digs in Greeley

High school students in Greeley who want to pursue health careers will have new training opportunities with the start of the school year. Officials with Weld County School District 6 will celebrate the expansion of the Banner/NCMC Health Science Academy with a groundbreaking Tuesday morning at Greeley Central High School. 

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5:00am

Tue May 29, 2012
Music

Singer With a Big Worldly Heart

New York singer Eleanor Dubinsky
Todd Chalfant Used with permission

Does a worldly background give you greater empathy for others? We caught up recently with New York folk-world singer Eleanor Dubinsky, who has a multicultural background.

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8:44am

Mon May 28, 2012
Politics

Senator Irene Aguilar: Rx For Politics

Robert D. Tonsing Colorado Public News

Last year, state Sen. Irene Aguilar got to know her fellow lawmakers up close. She checked their blood pressures. Then she cautioned them about the dangers of hypertension. After all, what group of professionals has the potential for higher blood pressure than politicians at the capitol?

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6:00am

Mon May 28, 2012
Sports

Bolder Boulder’s Runner for the Ages

Grace Hood

Buried deep in the fine print of today’s Bolder Boulder race results is a category that doesn’t get much attention. “Beat Your Age” subtracts race time from age. Since it was started 5 years ago, one name has dominated the list: Libby James.

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5:29am

Mon May 28, 2012
Environment

Tax Break for Beetle-Kill Wood Products Expands

V Smoothe Creative Commons/Flickr

As vacationers head to the Colorado mountains this summer, it will be hard to miss the large swaths of dead and dying trees caused by the mountain pine and spruce beetle epidemic. But a bill signed into law earlier this month by Governor Hickenlooper could help speed up the recovery process.

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