Coloradans have received 1.2 million vaccinations

BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER Statewide, 844 providers have administered 1,178,197 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, split evenly between manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna, as of February 21. Individually, 797,634 Coloradans have received at least the first dose of the vaccine and 379,144 of those people have gotten both. Although the U.S. Census Bureau tells us …

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Colorado Municipal League hears from Gov. Polis

BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER The Colorado Municipal League (CML) was founded in 1923 and counts as members more than 97% of the state’s municipalities. It is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that provides services and resources, including education and lobbying, to assist municipal officials in managing their governments and serving the cities and towns of …

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CDPHE is trying hard to get Coloradans vaccinated

BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER On December 30, Rachel Herlihy, M.D. and CDPHE state epidemiologist, Eric France, M.D., CDPHE chief medical officer presented updated information about how the COVID-19 vaccines are being delivered and the new variant of the virus first discovered in the U.S. in Colorado.   A new priority chart for delivering the …

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Creek Pitcher Alexandra Gruitch earns a full-ride to the University of Maine

When we last saw Alexandra (Alex) Gruitch (Villager Newspaper, Volume 36, Number 28, May 31, 2018), daughter of Jeff and Elise Gruitch and granddaughter of Villager favorite Edie Marks, she had just finished her freshman year at Cherry Creek High School having earned a varsity letter in fastpitch softball. On December 16, Alex signed a …

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Continued COVID-19 threat

Despite the encouraging news that two promising COVID vaccines are arriving at medical facilities across the nation, the threat of increasing deaths from this insidious pandemic virus will continue at alarming rates for many more months. National health experts predict, because of the tremendous production and logistic challenges, inoculation the US population, it will take …

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Patriot Steffan Tubbs shares passion with Cherry Creek Republican Women

Proud American Steffan Tubbs whose radio talk show airs on 710 KNUS, where he tackles the hard questions, was introduced to Cherry Creek Republican Women (CCRW) by Mary Wenke, as only Mary Wenke can – with accolades and humor. Tubbs is an author of two books and a great supporter of the military and veterans. …

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