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Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital is hosting a free, three-credit course in canine orthopedics titled Canine Orthopedics in a Nutshell.
The course offers two sessions, one Aug. 11 and one Sept. 15, and is open to all veterinarians. Participants must attend both sessions to receive continuing education credit.
The first session will... READ MORE
Fort Collins police are investigating a shooting that took place Thursday afternoon in the 6300 block of Thompson Dr., leaving two people dead.
Police arrived at the scene after an informant reported her husband shot a family member and then himself. Police confirmed the two males deceased. The... READ MORE
Engineering students have 3-D printers, art majors have canvases and soon fermentation science and technology students will have two brand new breweries.
In Fort Collins, the local beer industry contributes a significant amount of revenue towards the city’s economy. There are more craft... READ MORE
Google is Watching You (Photo credit: HerrK.)
Google cars can be seen almost anywhere, recording data for their map system. But, those cars are doing much more than just taking pictures. They are measuring methane gas levels from piping miles underneath them.
Led by Professor Joe von Fischer, a team at Colorado... READ MORE
It’s all fun and games on a 21st birthday, until an officer is knocked to the ground and someone is in jail.
Late Tuesday evening at the Yeti Bar, located at Building 23 Old Town Square, Fort Collins Police Services responded to a disturbance. Rita Davis, Fort Collins police spokeswoman, told the Coloradoan that... READ MORE
New Fort Collins electronic cigarette restrictions are an effort to see the electronic alternative trend go up in smoke.
Starting this weekend, e-cigarettes... READ MORE
At Colorado State University, they’ve been used in protests, political rallies, and every Greek event ever. Now, the once-prime banner has a new rival: the digital sign.
Dotted across CSU’s campus sit large stainless... READ MORE
The same-sex marriage ban in Colorado was ruled unconstitutional Wednesday by Federal Judge Raymond Moore, but a temporary stay was issued on the ruling until an appeals court hearing in August.
The ruling arrived after the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver ruled against Utah’s same-sex marriage ban, but put the... READ MORE
Grass: in Fort Collins, if residents grow it, they better mow it – if not, they might be fined. Fort Collins’ city code clearly defines the city’s expectations of yard maintenance – no rubbish heaps,... READ MORE
This week, Colorado State University will explore the potential of the next generation of employees – Millennials.
Why Hire Gen Y? is a conference designed to educate employers about how to utilize Millennials’ social media skills, tech-savviness and fresh ideas in the workplace.
“Millennials are the 80 million young adults born between... READ MORE
The mountains were calling, and he had to go.
Steven Schwartz is a retired Colorado State University professor and recipient of many awards. His latest award was for his short story collection,... READ MORE
Colorado State University is ranked highly for graduation rates and affordability, according to the College Scorecard developed by the U.S. Department of Education.
“Our students are graduating at a higher rate, leaving CSU with less debt than the national average, and defaulting on their student loans at a much lower rate... READ MORE
Open Streets, a program created by the City of Fort Collins, encourages community participation and healthy living by temporarily closing city blocks and opening them to active forms of transportation.
The first Open Streets event takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, July 20.
“Open Streets is a fun way to... READ MORE
Speakers Bureau, a database assembling the expertise of CSU’s community of scholars and professionals, is coming to Colorado State University.
“Through this Speakers Bureau, we’ve created one more way for CSU to bring world-class information and knowledge to the people of Colorado,” said Tom Milligan, vice president of External Relations Tom... READ MORE
It’s a rodeo, it’s a carnival, it’s funnel cakes saturated with powdered sugar and it’s good-ole’ country music. It’s Cheyenne Frontier Days.
Cheyenne Frontier Days will begin this Friday afternoon at the Frontier Days stadium where professional riders and rodeo folk will compete for over $1 million in cash and prizes, according... READ MORE
In Larimer County, one adult needs to make $8.77 an hour to make ends meet, nearly a dollar more than the Colorado minimum wage of $8 an hour and over $1.50 more than the federal minimum wage... READ MORE
Colorado State University Professor Robin Reid received the 2014 Michael P. Malone International Leadership Award for her contributions to advancing international education at public and land-grant institutions.
The award is sponsored by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
“She is a passionate advocate who displays her infectious... READ MORE
Over 100 Latino high school students gathered on the Colorado State University campus last week to create proposals that passed into law.
At the 2014 Lorenzo De Zavala (LDZ) Youth Legislative Session, students worked in teams for the... READ MORE