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City kicks off $3.25M Barnes Road project tomorrow

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Tonight`s Democratic Debate in South Carolina: Live Updates

Seven Democrats will be debating in Charleston, S.C., four days before the South Carolina primary. Last week’s forum smashed a TV ratings record.

Local Sports: Thursday Doubles Bowling League standings for week of Feb. 20

For the week of Feb. 20 Team Standings 1. Sailsbery-Barr-Osthoff-Kembel (52 points) 2. Odor-Albrandt-Lehman (48 points) 3. Graff-Carritt (48 points) 4. Gibson-Holden-Craig (45 points) 5. Engle-Kaiser-Ruppel (42 points) 6. Miller-Elrick-Columbia-Hale (41 points) High team game scratch: Odor-Albrandt-Lehman, 373 High team game handicap: Odor-Albrandt-Lehman, 437 High team series scratch: Odor-Albrandt-Lehman, 1090 High team series handicap: Odor-Albrandt-Lehman, […]

Scientists Find the First-Ever Animal That Doesn`t Need Oxygen To Survive

Scientists from Tel Aviv University in Israel discovered that a salmon parasite called Henneguya salminicola doesn`t have a mitochondrial genome -- the first multicellular organism known to have this absence. That means it doesn`t breathe; in fact, it lives its life completely free of oxygen dependency. ScienceAlert reports: It`s a cnidarian, belonging to the same phylum as corals, jellyfish and anemones. Although the cysts it creates in the fish`s flesh are unsightly, the parasites are not harmful, and will live with the salmon for its entire life cycle. Tucked away inside its host, the tiny cnidarian can survive quite hypoxic conditions. But exactly how it does so is difficult to know without looking at the creature`s DNA -- so that`s what the researchers did. They used deep sequencing and fluorescence microscopy to conduct a close study of H. salminicola, and found that it has lost its mitochondrial genome. In addition, it`s also lost the capacity for aerobic respiration, and almost all of the nuclear genes involved in transcribing and replicating mitochondria. Like the single-celled organisms, it had evolved mitochondria-related organelles, but these are unusual too -- they have folds in the inner membrane not usually seen. The same sequencing and microscopic methods in a closely related cnidarian fish parasite, Myxobolus squamalis, was used as a control, and clearly showed a mitochondrial genome. These results show that here, at last, is a multicellular organism that doesn`t need oxygen to survive. Exactly how it survives is still something of a mystery. It could be leeching adenosine triphosphate from its host, but that`s yet to be determined. But the loss is pretty consistent with an overall trend in these creatures - one of genetic simplification. Over many, many years, they have basically devolved from a free-living jellyfish ancestor into the much more simple parasite we see today. The findings have been published in the journal PNAS. Read more of t

AAA will launch an app-based car-rental service in Seattle this spring

GIG`s arrival comes just months after Lime shut down its LimePod car-rental program and ReachNow shuttered its car-rental and ride-hailing services.

Brit Hume buries Bernie Sanders: `The views that he holds do not command a majority in the country`

Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume joined "The Story" Tuesday to break down the 2020 Democratic race hours before seven candidates took the debate stage in Charleston to make their final pitch to voters in South Carolina.

NoCo’s public colleges, universities generate nearly $4B economic impact

n Larimer and Weld counties who support the schools at 14.1 percent. State and local funding provides $307.2 million in funding annually, and the schools provide $1.2 billion in future tax revenues and government savings.  The study “affirms what so many of us know about the value of higher education,” Feinstein said. The return on investment is so significant.” Borstein agreed and said the study makes a “strong and impactful”statement about the local, regional and statewide importance of public colleges and universities.  That impact and return on investment is only likely to grow as automation plays a larger and larger role in the workforce, Dorsey said. “Jobs demand people who have skills,” he said, and those skills are honed at […] ..

Fremont County Commissioners OK Zephyr permit modification

Zephyr Gold USA Ltd.’s request for a major modification to a conditional use permit granted for exploration unanimously was approved Tuesday by the Fremont County Board of Commissioners. The expansion will add acreage to the west of the current boundary of the CUP. The application was approved by a majority vote by the Fremont County […]

Rockies trying right-hander Wes Parsons as a starter, adding to the possibilities at the rotation’s back-end

Parsons was claimed off waivers from Atlanta last August and has seen all of his major-league action (5.45 ERA in 32 appearances) as a reliever.

Skier who suffocated on Vail lift may not have fallen through seat but investigation is ongoing

The New Jersey skier who suffocated to death after his coat became caught on a ski lift at Vail Mountain earlier this month may not have fallen through an opening in a chairlift seat as originally thought, Eagle County authorities said Monday.

Vaccine bill: Here`s the basics on state lawmakers` new attempt to boost immunization rates

State lawmakers have a new bill they hope will boost Colorado`s dismal vaccination rates among school-age kids. Senate Bill 163 , which was approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee on Feb. 25 and referred for a vote of the full chamber, would standardize the process of obtaining a vaccine exemption for non-medical reasons.…

Opinion: John Henry Vansant: Why caucus? Democrats help shape the party.

Caucus reflects a chance to transform party leadership, to give voice to those who have been historically marginalized, and to elevate the party’s future leaders.

Presidential Hopefuls Riding Celeb Donations into Democratic Debate

The 10th Democratic Presidential debate`s just moments away from kicking off and a long list of celebs are already backing their horse before the first issue is raised on stage. We did a little digging ahead of Tuesday`s South Carolina debate, and…

Late Night Randomness (26 Photos)

Late Night Randomness is a collection of photos we have found in searching the web that don’t necessarily fit in with our other posts or is perhaps a little too edgy to present earlier in the day. They’re still cool and beautiful, so we wanted to share them with you. Do you have an image … The post Late Night Randomness (26 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .

John Oliver episode about PM Modi not available in India on local Disney platform

John Oliver`s revealing (and scathing) look at India`s Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the latest Last Week Tonight is now a bit harder to watch if you`re in India, thanks to — in an unexpected twist — Disney. Hotstar, the Disney-owned streaming platform that carries HBO programming in India, didn`t make the latest episode of John Oliver`s weekly series available, according to a report from Bloomberg. The company`s local representatives didn`t respond to a request for comment. (Mashable reached out to Disney in the U.S., but no response there yet, either.) In the latest episode, which aired on Sunday evening in the U.S. and should have arrived on the morning of Tuesday, Feb. 25 in India, Oliver devoted the main segment of the 30-minute program to an up-close look at Modi`s tenure as prime minister. It`s strongly critical of Modi`s record, making (admittedly apt) comparisons between the Indian prime minister`s nativist policies and those of Donald Trump. Read more... More about John Oliver , Last Week Tonight , Hotstar , Entertainment , and Movies Tv Shows

Join the #CBDmovement on the L.A. Weekly Weekly Podcast

Join L.A. Weekly publisher Brian Calle and guest Chris Van Dusen, Balanced Health Botanicals’ Chief Growth Officer, for this long-awaited episode where we finally dive into all things CBD. There’s no doubt that the #CBDMovement has swept the nation. As popularity grows, so does incredulity over some of the claimed health benefits. Working with one […] The post Join the #CBDmovement on the <i>L.A. Weekly</i> Weekly Podcast appeared first on LA Weekly .

Picking up a pingpong paddle may benefit people with Parkinson`s

Pingpong may hold promise as a possible form of physical therapy for Parkinson`s disease. People with Parkinson`s who participated in a pingpong exercise program once a week for six months showed improvement in their Parkinson`s symptoms, according to a preliminary study.

Estes Valley Recreation and Park District Golf Course updates

Our summer is looking great at both courses, if our 2020 Denver Golf Expo results are any indication. We had our best year ever at the event, despite challenging weather and driving conditions. We offer a great deal on golf at the Expo for golfers from across the country to enjoy our beautiful courses at […]

Ice Hockey: State ice hockey 1st round playoff capsule

AURORA | Capsule preview look at the 2020 state ice hockey first round playoff game involving the Cherry Creek co-op team scheduled for Feb. 25, 2020: Courtney Oakes is Sentinel Colorado Sports Editor. Reach him at 303-750-7555 or @aurorasports. FB: Sentinel Prep Sports 2020 STATE ICE HOCKEY FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF CAPSULE NO. 22 RAMPART […] The post Ice Hockey: State ice hockey 1st round playoff capsule appeared first on Sentinel Colorado .

City kicks off $3.25M Barnes Road project tomorrow

A 10-month, $3.25 million construction project starts on Barnes Road tomorrow. The project will rebuild the four-lane stretch of Barnes Road between Powers Boulevard and the Homestead Trail crossing, just east of Solar Ridge Drive, installing a median, sidewalks, turn lanes and storm drain infrastructure. Work starts outside the roadway this week, with lane closures […] The post City kicks off $3.25M Barnes Road project tomorrow appeared first on The Colorado Springs Business Journal .

March is Oyster Month at Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar

March is Oyster Month at Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar, and we’ll be celebrating with contests, giveaways, and specials all month long. All of these oyster-ific happenings will culminate with the eighth-annual High West Oyster [...] This post March is Oyster Month at Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar previously appeared on North Forty News .

Starck Sphere Collection Fixes Weakest Points of Sunglasses and Eyeglasses

Philippe Starck`s Spring 2020 Sphere eyewear collection boasts minimalist style and a potentially game-changing new hinge system.  The Luxottica-owned Parisian designer`s new five-model range, which includes iconic rectangle and vintage-inspired shapes, all feature a "Sphere" hinge with ...

Bears love garbage. And Colorado Parks and Wildlife has the data to prove it.

There were more than 5,300 bears calls in Colorado last year, as the state institutes a modernized tracking system to determine how the large, furry mammals are interacting with humans.

Richmond Fed, Mexico, Housing

Back below 0 but could still be trending higher: From the quarterly report. Historically depressed and recently fading: The post Richmond Fed, Mexico, Housing appeared first on The Center of the Universe .

TV commercial contains subliminal message in which government declares martial law due to a pandemic outbreak

Intellihub | How could a commercial produced in 2014 foreshadow what is currently happening now with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak? The post TV commercial contains subliminal message in which government declares martial law due to a pandemic outbreak appeared first on Intellihub .

Hands-On Learning

Summer art camps are a great way for children and teens to unwind and channel creativity in a positive and encouraging environment. There are multiple options once school’s out of session, from throwing pottery on a wheel to learning to write fiction — there’s something for every artistic interest. We spoke to three experts about […] The post Hands-On Learning appeared first on Boulder Weekly .