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Mon June 20, 2011

Romney Makes Early Campaign Stop in Colorado

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is in Colorado meeting with small business owners in Aurora. He’ll also hold a private fundraiser in Cherry Hills Village this evening.

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Mon June 20, 2011

CSU Hosts Hispanic High School Students This Week - Learning about Legislative Process

Colorado State University

Dozens of Latino high school students from across the state – and beyond – will spend this week at Colorado State University.  They’ll be learning about the legislative process and college life.

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Mon June 20, 2011
Strange News

Sun-Powered Bikini Charges Phone, Other Devices

Brooklyn-based designer Andrew Schneider has unveiled a sun-powered bikini. The iKini consists of tiny solar panels sewn together — enough to power a cell phone. Schneider told the International Business Times a wearer should dry-off the iKini before plugging in any devices.


Mon June 20, 2011
Around the Nation

Gloria Linares Accomplishes Marathon Goal

Her goal was 50 by 60. Gloria Linares wanted to run a marathon in each state by the age of 60. She completed her goal on Saturday in Alaska.


Mon June 20, 2011
Health Care

New St. Anthony Hospital Opens Without Obstetrics Program

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The long anticipated St. Anthony hospital held its grand opening in Lakewood on Monday. It’s taken seven years to plan and build the 450 million dollar facility, which includes everything from level one trauma care, oncology, orthopedics, and an expanded emergency room. But there’s one major service that won’t be offered – labor and delivery.

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