Health fair attracts steady stream of people

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Kandis Fuller takes a blood sample from Beverly Conrad at the Grand Valley Health fair at Two Rivers Convention Center Friday.
Information from dieticians, physical therapists, pharmacists, physicians and others is available.
The free cardiovascular screening, provided by Hilltop and Colorado Heart Healthy Solutions, includes blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose level, body mass index and one’s risk of heart attack or stroke. The fair continues Saturday from 10 a.m to 3 p.m.

Bill requiring snow tires, chains clears Senate panel

DENVER — All motorists traveling Interstate 70 over the mountains would be required to have adequate tires or chains under a bill that won approval in a Senate committee on Thursday.



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