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Gov’t watch: June 12, 2024 - Boulder City Council  At its June 20 meeting, council will: • Take a preliminary vote on whether to authorize city acquisition of property easements through purchase or eminent domain for the Gregory Canyon Creek Flood Mitigation Project. Property
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Managing imposter syndrome and how to thrive in spite of it: Join June 25 - This presentation will cover how imposter syndrome can cripple your path to success, share strategies to overcome feelings of self-doubt and increase your confidence in and ownership of your strengths. Workshops &
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Twin Lakes wildfire, southwest of Leadville, prompts evacuations - Those who need to evacuate are being directed to 6th Street Gym in Leadville, about 12 miles northeast of the
Wildfire burning near Lake County’s Twin Lakes prompts evacuation, pre-evacuation orders - A wildfire burning on 164 acres of land in the Interlaken Historic District near Twin Lakes -- a popular hiking and camping destination -- prompted multiple evacuation and pre-evacuation orders
Distance Remains on Colorado River Basin Water Sharing Deal - Representatives from the Colorado River Basin states agreed cuts were needed, but not on how they should be done. The post Distance
Listen: Girls, women, trans and nonbinary flag football players in Denver are finding community as the sport grows nationwide - “This community is super tight-knit, everybody’s very positive, always lifting each other up, making each other better, always helping each other
Bike Theft: WIRED article on trafficking - I figured this would be of interest and relatable to our area also (even though the article specifically says Silicon Valley) https://www.wired.com/story/silicon-valleys-fanciest-stolen-bikes-trafficked-mastermind-jalisco-mexico/ "...Not so long
A Superior BBQ - A salty, oaky aroma wafts over the long line outside Wayne’s Smoke Shack on a June Saturday morning. Based on the blissful expressions on the faces of waiting customers, a casual observer might mistake this queue for pilgrims waiting to get baptized.  
Ben Potter, popular YouTuber known as Comicstorian, dies in single-vehicle crash on I-25 - Colorado State Patrol said there is no indication that impairment or excessive speed was
Drunken driver sentenced to 12 years in prison for running red light, killing Colorado Ballet musician - A 23-year-old man was sentenced to 12 years in prison Tuesday for a drunken driving, multi-vehicle crash that killed a Colorado Ballet musician and injured three
Opinion: Democrat dark money groups run ads touting crackpot Ron Hanks, and other shameful politics - A Democrat-affiliated campaign organization, Rocky Mountain Values PAC, is working to elevate conspiracy theorist crackpot, election denier, Xerox machine executioner Ron
BoCo food news: June 12, 2024 - Culinary calendar: Summer food and films Boulder’s Flatirons Food Film Festival hosts Reels for Meals on July 18 at eTown Hall, featuring the acclaimed French film, The Taste of Things. The benefit for Meals on Wheels includes tastings, demos and a
Is there a good app for route planning for both hiking and cycling. - I have all trails and ride with gps. However, I’d like to find an app where I can plan a hiking route say through chataqua so I can map out a distance and elevation. All trails is great for marked trails but I’d like to route plan something say like
Letters: TABOR refunds shouldn’t be a redistribution of wealth - "My fellow Coloradans, the welfare state is alive and well in Colorado ... and continues to grow." -- Carl T. Loehr,
Pair of U.S. House Dems add to chorus calling for Alito, Thomas recusals - WASHINGTON — U.S. House Democrats echoed Senate colleagues Tuesday in calling for U.S. Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito to recuse themselves from Jan. 6 cases, and for congressional Republicans to support passing an enforceable
Gray matter - “Under Colorado law, I cannot sell you psilocybin,” an employee tells the crowd gathered at the Mad Hatter booth. “If you buy a sticker, I can gift you some product. We have candy, capsules and dry,” the latter referring to the actual mushrooms
Making the case for ‘President Average Joe’ - A CU Boulder doctoral student examined how an unconventional social media campaign worked in 2020 to make Joe Biden more appealing—or at least less unappealing—to progressive voters. Society, Law &
Undergraduate fellows curate new exhibits for the University Libraries - Three undergraduate fellows in the University Libraries have curated exhibits using materials from Rare and Distinctive Collections.
Wildfire burning near Twin Lakes, southwest of Leadville, prompts evacuations - Those who need to evacuate are being directed to 6th Street Gym in Leadville, about 12 miles northeast of the
Review and save shared Google, Microsoft files before July 31 - OIT is preparing to delete a new batch of Google and Microsoft files owned by former employees, retirees and graduates on July 31. So you can better identify these files, they will be in a read-only state until they are deleted on July 31. Tech
Jerry West, a 3-time Hall of Fame selection and the NBA logo, dies at 86 - Jerry West, who was selected to the Basketball Hall of Fame three times in a storied career as a player and executive and whose silhouette is considered to be the basis of the NBA logo, died Wednesday morning, the Los Angeles Clippers
Search and rescue underway on Arkansas River in La Junta as water levels remain dangerously high - "This time of year the river is running high and much faster than it appears and is clearly
Denver weather: Scorching temps could reach heat record with hottest day of the year - Hot weather in the Denver area Wednesday and Thursday will set a heat record for 2024, and temperatures will come close to breaking the all-time high, according to the National Weather
Boulder weather: High of 94 with sunny skies - Boulder should see highs in the 90s today with sunny skies, according to the National Weather
Saunas are making a resurgence in Colorado. Here’s why. - “People talk differently in saunas. People are more direct. Going into a sauna and cold plunging is almost like hitting a reset
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Colorado’s “Top Chef” contestant is out, but fellow chefs will be lifelong friends - “Before every challenge, I’d say, ‘We’re always one pinch of salt from going home or taking it all,’” Barella
At the Market: Plant-based finds at the farmers market - The Boulder and Longmont Farmers Markets offer a wide range of products from seasonal produce to locally grazed meat and freshly baked bread. Among the variety of products is something to please every shopper. Folks following a plant-based diet are not left
Russian warships reach Cuban waters ahead of military exercises in the Caribbean - A fleet of Russian warships have reached Cuban waters ahead of planned military exercises in the Caribbean. Some see their deployment as a projection of Russia's strength as tensions grow over Western support for Ukraine. The U.S. military expects the
RTD riders face mounting disruptions as rail safety inspectors find more problems - RTD public transit riders are facing disruptions mounted upon disruptions, with delays of up to 45 minutes added to already-tortoiselike light rail travel, after safety inspectors found problems on tracks that forced trains to crawl through newly designated
Michigan State Board of Education calls for independent review of Oxford school shootings - Sign up for Chalkbeat Detroit’s free daily newsletter to keep up with the city’s public school system and Michigan education policy.The Michigan State Board of Education on Tuesday called for a comprehensive independent review of the Oxford High
Representation is powerful. Without it, I doubted success was possible for me. - The writer of this essay is a 2023-24 Student Voices Fellow at Chalkbeat. Click to learn more about our high school fellowship program.When I was younger, I’d walked past “expensive buildings” in Manhattan and couldn’t fathom being allowed inside.
Rabies vaccine clinic for pets? - My hometown used to have this cool thing outside of a church where you drive up, present your pet at the car window, and someone would come and give them a rabies shot and a tag for free. Part of a community health system, trying to just prevent
Ask Amy: Correspondence offers affecting “update” - Dear Readers: Over my 21 years writing this column, I’ve stayed in touch with many readers whose questions have particularly affected
If Kent Thiry’s latest election initiative upends Colorado politics, it would be the first time - Coloradans are expected to vote this November on a ballot initiative that would make major changes to state and federal elections, abolishing the party primary and assembly system and instituting four-candidate general elections decided by ranked choice
Blodgett Open Space Master Plan approved after Colorado Springs City Council denies appeal - Colorado Springs city council voted down an appeal filed by residents who said plans prioritizes recreation over
Coloradans across political parties, age groups, regions want politicians to address cost of living - There’s a catchall phrase that’s been tossed around as parody for decades, but feels increasingly earnest: In this economy? As in: Go out to eat, in this economy? Go to a concert, in this economy? Get a Christmas tree, in this economy? It’s not just
Biden administration approves Colorado’s plan to distribute federal funding for internet access - The Biden administration has approved Colorado’s plan to distribute grant funding to expand broadband internet access, White House officials announced in a press conference Tuesday.  Colorado will receive $826.5 million to support affordable, high-speed