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Home & Garden: The return of hemp to the Grand Valley
Yes, you can plant industrial hemp in Mesa County, and at least one grower has already begun sprouting transplants for Mesa County’s first crop since the 1940s — when hemp was a patriotic crop for farmers to grow.
April 19 2014
Observatory Park man charged in wife's murder; pot shop pulls edibles
Kirk, Colorado
Prosecutors have filed a first-degree murder charge against a 47-year-old Observatory Park man accused of killing his wife while she pleaded for help on a call with a 911 operator.
April 18 2014
Sex trafficking, other crimes part of Peterson's AG plan
COLUMBUS — Doug Peterson isn’t interested in becoming a career politician.
April 18 2014
Tom Cotton and the "repeal and replace" dance on Obamacare
Greg Sargent at the Washington Post highlights the Arkansas Blog's recent coverage of Rep. Tom Cotton , who offered a somewhat garbled message on health care. Cotton, of course wants to repeal Obamacare. But he declined to take a position on the private option , which depends on Obamacare for funding. And while he opposes Obamacare, now he supports the law's goals — "We want every Arkansan, we ...
April 18 2014
8 million health care sign-ups take sting out of GOP attacks
A newly insured patient through the Affordable Care Act receives a checkup April 15 in Hollywood, Florida. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images Today in the Morning Line: 8 million health care sign-ups mean good news for Democrats Reality check: Top seven key Senate races are in very red states But does GOP map expansion recede? Hillary Clinton’s numbers back to politics as usual Health care ...
April 18 2014
Two Denver deaths tied to recreational marijuana use
The deaths - one a suicide and one a murder - are the first on record to be associated with the drug that Colorado voters legalized for recreational use last year
April 18 2014
Family child care providers needed in northeast Colorado
If you like being around children, or just want to be around your own children or grandchildren more, becoming a licensed family child care provider is a great way to make a living.
April 18 2014
Aspen Socialite Nancy Pfister Died from a Head Injury with a Blunt Object: Coroner
First-degree murder charges have been filed against three people in the case
April 17 2014
Prescription for health: Lots of LOL
Where: Boulder Public Library Canyon Theater, 1001 Arapahoe Ave.
April 17 2014
Legal pot in Colorado hasn't stopped black market
Moise Mendez appears in Boulder County court on March 28 in Boulder, Colo. Mendez, along with Russell Britton and Daniel Ortiz are charged with felony first-degree murder, robbery and aggravated motor-vehicle theft in the death of 25-year-old Nathaniel Tallman.
April 17 2014
Report: Wisconsin child care more costly than college
Wisconsin is one of 31 states where day care costs more than public college, with New York, Colorado, Oregon and Wyoming also showing large gaps.
April 17 2014
Aspen Socialite Killed by Blunt Force to Head
Bond, Colorado
Coroner rules Nancy Pfister was dead 36 hours before her body was found.
April 17 2014
GOP claim about Sen. Mark Udall and Obamacare ruled "mostly false"
A nationally lauded political-fact checking enterprise has concluded Congressman Cory Gardner's claim that Sen. Mark Udall cast the deciding vote on Obamacare was "mostly false."
April 16 2014
Proposal aimed at abortion rights draws scorn of Archdiocese of Denver
A Colorado proposal spearheaded by Democrats that would prohibit any state or local policy that "denies or interferes with an individual's reproductive health care decisions" has spawned a stark partisan split in the legislature and drawn a strong rebuke from the Archdiocese of Denver.
April 16 2014
Colorado socialite killed by blunt force to head
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — A socialite who was found dead in her home in this Colorado resort town was killed by a blunt force injury to her head, the Pitkin County coroner said Wednesday.
April 16 2014
Colorado woman killed during 911 call
A Denver woman's frantic phone call with a 911 dispatcher was fatally cut short when her husband allegedly shot her, police say.
April 16 2014
Jellyvision Slaps Partner Ed Oravetz on the Back for Winning 2014 Broker of the Year Award
Today Jellyvision, maker of ALEX, the virtual employee benefits counselor and ALEX Does Health Care Reform, throws a hearty congratulations to channel partner Ed Oravetz, president and senior benefits ...
April 16 2014
Summit County Commission fights for lower health insurance premiums
March 31 marks the deadline for Colorado residents to enroll for health care coverage through the state exchange, Connect for Health Colorado, but for residents of the so-called “resort region” health insurance premiums under the Affordable Care Act are anything but a vacation.
April 16 2014
Death notices, April 16, 2014
■ N. Keith Coombe, 85, Grand Junction, died April 12, 2014, at St. Mary’s Hospital & Medical Center. Services will be 1 p.m. April 26 at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary Chapel.
April 16 2014
Welcome to the community
Steve and Melissa Hannah talk to Kirk Hartman and Melissa Lucero during an open house held at Montrose Memorial Hospital. Steve is the new CEO of the hospital. A 20-year health care veteran, the Colorado-native returned to his home state when he took the job. Steve replaces Dave Hample, the former CEO of the hospital.
April 16 2014
124,000 Coloradans signed up under ACA
Connect for Health Colorado announced Monday that 124,000 Coloradans signed up for private health insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Of those, 9.2 percent, or 8,309, are residents of El Paso County. In nearby Teller County, 424 people, or .5 percent of the statewide total, signed up for insurance. Connect for Health Colorado’s open… Continue Reading 124,000 Coloradans signed up ...
April 16 2014
Baby born in bathtub still critical; mom on suicide watch at jail
Austin, Colorado
A premature baby born Friday night in a motel bathtub after his mother said she went on a crack cocaine binge remains in critical condition on a ventilator at UF Heatlh Shands Hospital in Gainesville.
April 16 2014
2nd degree murder case in Colorado resort
FRISCO, Colo. (AP) - The Summit County district attorney's office says a 42-year-old Michigan man could face second-degree murder and assault charges in a death that apparently followed a fight at Frisco motel.
April 15 2014
Medicaid Law That Limits Available Beds Impedes Addiction Treatment
Major obstacles remain to expanded treatment for addiction through the Medicaid program, according to USA Today. Although the Affordable Care Act requires treatment be offered to people who are newly insured through insurance exchanges or Medicaid, experts say a federal law is limiting available beds nationwide.
April 15 2014
ACA's coverage for addiction treatment faces barriers
The nation's health law has promised sweeping changes to help millions of people with drug or alcohol addiction get treatment. Many unable to afford services in the past now can receive them without first landing in jail or an emergency room, health...
April 15 2014
Trooper hit during chase released from hospital
Trooper Bellamann Hee, who was hit and seriously injured during a dramatic chase, is released from the hospital.
April 15 2014
Medical marijuana measure in Florida a key test of pot's political potency for Democrats
MIAMI — Tied to an unpopular president and his signature health care law, Democrats in the nation's largest swing state see medical marijuana as a potential antidote to political malaise in this year's midterm elections.
April 15 2014
AJMC Peer Exchange: Nationwide, Patient-Centered Strategy Needed to Battle Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes
The American Journal of Managed Care opens its conference, Patient-Centered Diabetes Care: Putting Theory in Practice, with a peer exhange among leading experts who concluded that a nationwide, patient-centered effort is needed to turn the tide on rising rates of obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus in the United States. (PRWeb April 11, 2014) Read the full story at ...
April 15 2014
EAGeR Medical Trial: Low-Dose Aspirin Won't Prevent Pregnancy Loss
Women should talk to their health care providers before taking low dose aspirin or any other medication while attempting to get pregnant or during pregnancy. But based on this trial, general use of low-dose aspirin is not recommended
April 15 2014
Low-dose aspirin won’t prevent pregnancy loss
“Women should talk to their health care providers before considering low-dose aspirin or any other medication while attempting to get pregnant or during pregnancy. But based on this trial, general use of low-dose aspirin is not recommended.”
April 15 2014
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