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On September 22, 2009 By

Colorado hires “Veterans Green Jobs” to weatherize homes in the San Luis Valley…and, a new program that aims to curb costs for diabetes patients proves beneficial.

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Diabetes Ten City Challenge

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On August 21, 2009 By

Colorado’s unemployment rate goes up…Some colleges and universities in the area are seeing a rise in enrollment…breaking ground for a new veterans hospital…and, more.

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On August 19, 2009 By

A military helicopter crashes in Lake County…Colorado veterinarians are seeing an increase in pigeon breast fever, or dryland distemper…and, Congresswoman Betsy Markey says she wouldn’t have backed the health care overhaul had it come to a vote in July.

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On August 18, 2009 By

Governor Bill Ritter makes proposals to try and close a budget shortfall…Preparing for flu season with H1N1…and, earthquakes hit Colorado.

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Centers for Disease Control
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
El Paso County Department of Health and Environment
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