Published on Friday, February 13 2015 10:18
Longmont United Hospital is the first hospital in Boulder County to introduce a new rapid molecular test for identifying sepsis-causing bacteria. Most tests for bloodstream infections take 24-hours to five days for results, but this new test detects results in as little as two to three hours.
Sepsis, a consequence of a serious infection, often with a bloodstream disease, affects more than 750,000 Americans each year, and kills more than 250,000.1 Studies have shown that delayed administration of appropriate antibiotics is associated with a 7.
Published on Friday, February 13 2015 10:01
The Kaleidoscope Concert Series returns on Feb. 21, 2015 with a free family concert at 5:00 p.m. and a full ticketed concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Center for Musical Arts.
The first of three Kaleidoscope concerts begins with Celtic band Take Down the Door. Having worked with major artists such as Jeff Austin of Yonder Mountain String Band and Celtic super group Gaelic Storm, you can expect nothing less than stellar musicianship from this Boulder County band. Take
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 13:39
Matthew H. Johnson, of the Department of Anthropology at Northwestern University, will deliver a free lecture titled “Understanding Bodiam Castle” on Monday, March 9, at 7 p.m., in the Old Main Chapel, located on the campus of the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 14:03
By Lyons Bluesologist, David McIntyre
On his latest release “Another Day” Zach Deputy demonstrates his extraordinary ability to perform and record in multiple contexts. He conveys the sensibilities of a mature singer/songwriter and demonstrates that he is not merely a “looper” with crazy chops, serious pipes, and colorful outfits. It is a warm, mellow album, one that is perfect for after hour soirees and sunsets.
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 13:27
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 13:47
When was the last time you wrote a letter? How about a love letter? If the answer is "not recently," then you can count yourself among the millions of Americans who just don't write letters anymore. The post office says the average American home receives only one personal letter about every two months.
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 09:37
In the interest of full disclosure, let it be known that the author of this column is an elected official. Her opinions do not necessarily reflect those of the entire Board of Trustees.
Gee, what nice summer weather we’re having! But no moisture, the driest winter since 1935 so