Wednesday, November 27th, 2019

 

Handle and prepare foods properly to avoid getting sick this holiday season

Denver: As the holidays get closer, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reminds Coloradans to follow some simple food safety tips so their holiday feast doesn’t turn into a holiday fiasco. “The most frequent causes of food borne illnesses are from foods kept at unsafe temperatures, inadequate hand washing, inappropriate food handling, and preparing and serving foods on soiled services or with contaminated utensils,” said Troy Huffman, retail food program coordinator at Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. “Other causes include cooking foods such as eggs, poultryRead More


CSU’s Ag Innovation Summit returns to campus, Dec. 5 and 6

The fourth annual Ag Innovation Summit returns to Colorado State University Dec. 5 and 6 at the Lory Student Center. Since its inaugural debut in 2015, the summit has brought together a diverse range of perspectives from higher education, industry and government to catalyze momentum and spark conversations about the future of agriculture. This year, the summit will focus on the theme, “Building the Innovation Mindset.” The event is ticketed, and registration can be found here. Innovation in Agriculture “This year, we wanted to broaden the conversation around innovation beyondRead More


Steamboat Resort, Gondola Shut Down.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) _ The new gondola at Steamboat Resort in northern Colorado has been shut down because of a mechanical malfunction. The Steamboat Pilot & Today reports that with a busy holiday week ahead, crews were working to repair the gondola, but a timeline for its reopening was not immediately known. The resort has opened the Thunderhead Express for guests to access the open terrain. Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. digital communications manager Maren Franciosi says the new gondola fully opened to the public last Saturday but thenRead More


Colorado State Patrol to have troopers every 20 miles on I-70

INTERSTATE 70 – On the busiest travel day of the year, the Colorado State Patrol will have troopers strategically positioned on I-70 with a singular goal in mind: prevent tragedies before they happen.  On Wednesday, November 27 between 1:00 PM and 5:00 PM members of CSP Troops 4A and 4C will be placed no more than 20 miles apart beginning at the Eisenhower Tunnel (mile marker 215) and going all the way to the Utah border (mile marker 0).  Members of the Utah Highway Patrol will also be present on the otherRead More