Among the many false ideas out there, according to Dr. Christy Reimer, an internist and president of the Larimer County Medical Society, is that health care for older Americans will be rationed. That idea is completely untrue, Reimer said, but still is common among her patients.
Other common misconceptions:
Boulder-based Agloves, a trade name of Hindsight Investments LLC, has closed operations. The mother-daughter team of Jennifer and Jean Spencer, who co-founded the company, decided it was better to close the business than to lose their personal relationship with each other, daughter Jean Spencer said. The company’s product, Agloves, have silver knitted into the fingertips to allow users to keep their gloves on while operating touchscreens on mobile devices such as iPhones. The silver-nylon
Among the most stunning views is that seen from the 4RockinG ranch west of Longmont, a property featured in this edition of Distinctive Homes of the Boulder Valley. Writer Sally McGrath interviewed
That was one of our main concerns with Ballot Issues 2B and 2C, which went to voters in November 2011. Ballot Issue 2B increased and extended the city’s utility occupation tax, while 2C authorized the
Three advertising and marketing professionals from the Boulder Valley have been named to a team that will create a brand identity for Colorado. Todd Berger, Justin Fuller and Mona Hasan will join nine others from around the state to develop visual and verbal branding concepts to present to the public for feedback in July. Berger is a graphic designer and co-founder of Berger
To the editor
For the record, I opt in for the city of Fort Collins’ wind-energy program, raising the electric portion of both our business and home utility bills 10 percent to 15 percent each month. That is a personal decision that does not affect my neighbors’ pocket books.
The editorial published May 10-23, Hick: Sign bill on rural renewables, contains certain logical missteps. By requiring energy providers to increase electricity from