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Remember Columbine through music - The Columbine tragedy continues to reverberate twenty-five years later. Music, then and now, helps us heal by touching our emotions in a way words can't. Music is comforting and cathartic. It can also help pay tribute to those
Red Sox shortstop Trevor Story needs season-ending shoulder surgery - Boston Red Sox shortstop Trevor Story will have what is likely season-ending surgery on his dislocated left
One suspect arrested in Texas, two at large in fatal Glendale shooting - Police have arrested one suspect and are searching for two more in connection to a fatal shooting last week in
All BVSD schools open after power outages - Power was restored to Gold Hill Elementary and Jamestown Elementary overnight, allowing the Boulder Valley School District to open all its schools
Swing states see newcomers as Americans move from blue to red counties - Millions have moved from Democratic cities to Republican suburbs, complicating politics in a pivotal election
4/20 events - what events r happening in boulder for 4/20? submitted by /u/No_Time_9565 [link]
Burden of getting medical care can exhaust older patients - The toll the American health care system extracts is, in some respects, the price of extraordinary progress in medicine, but is also evidence of the poor fit between older adults’ capacities and the health care system’s
Broncos Mailbag: What should Sean Payton and George Paton do at No. 12 in first round? - The NFL draft is just about two weeks away. The Broncos have the No. 12 pick and no quarterback but also several other needs. So what should Sean Payton and George Paton
Medical psychedelics should not be cast in the same light as illicit drugs - Colorado’s legislature should be commended for it’s pursuit of making sure our kids benefit from the power of the internet. Unfortunately the recent measures aimed at limiting the online discussion surrounding “illicit drugs” inadvertently harms
But seriously, folks, climate change is a laughing matter—more April 15 - Stand Up for Climate Comedy unites CU Boulder student performers and professional comedians in a show that encourages the audience to laugh together and then work together.
Three state Board of Education safety proposals fail to move forward - After the State Board of Education dismissed her three school safety proposals, member Nikki Snyder stormed out of the meeting Tuesday morning.It was the second time in five months one of Snyder’s proposals on safety measures in response to the Oxford
Colorado lawmakers advance a new tax credit that could cut child poverty in half - Sign up for Chalkbeat Colorado’s free daily newsletter to get the latest reporting from us, plus curated news from other Colorado outlets, delivered to your inbox.A bill supporters say could cut Colorado’s child poverty rate in half by
4.20 Gallery parties! - Craftal, Fowl Play, Esoteric, Budge, Absolem, INQUUIT, $1 Vinyl, Shmurk, Storm,, and some very special guests… Live painting, games, food and drink all day! More information at @shakedownprod on instagram! AFTER MIDNIGHT will call tickets via
She jumped from the third story of a burning single-stair apartment building and doesn’t want others to have to do the same - Proponents of taller single stair buildings say they are a smart, safe way to create more naturally affordable housing, citing low mortality rates. But death isn't the only safety
Opinion: Christian nationalism’s dark side and a Colorado grandma’s Jan. 6 disorderly conduct conviction - In her own words, Rebecca Lavrenz followed the mob inside the Capitol on Jan. 6 to bring God’s “presence into the Capitol building … to reconfirm the covenant which was set forth in the year 1620 by our pilgrim forefathers, that this country was
Colorado paraprofessional arrested after police say video shows her beating autistic child on school bus - Police arrested a former Littleton Public Schools paraprofessional last week after they said video footage revealed she beat a severely autistic, non-verbal child on a school bus for special needs
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Shape the Civic Area to build a more vibrant, inclusive community - Shape the Civic Area to build a more vibrant, inclusive community Civic-Area-Phase-2-project_Open-House-Feb-2024_274.jpg thorntonj@boul… Tue, 04/09/2024 - 10:36 Apr 09, 2024 This
Chicago Public Schools students view partial solar eclipse - For a moment on Monday, the sky almost turned black.Sixteen-year-old Jaelyn held a pair of paper glasses over her eyes and looked up. The view through the protective lenses reminded her of something from childhood.“When you watch a Disney movie, and
Latino voters are coveted by both major parties. They also are a target for election misinformation - Much is expected to come through audio, whether it's over the radio or social media platforms such as WhatsApp and
At the Market: We have Rocky Mountain Fresh to thank for spring tomatoes - Walking through the Boulder and Longmont farmers markets in April and May is characterized by lots of greens, plant starts and anticipation of the colorful produce that summer will
11,000 customers still without power after Xcel Energy resolves 95% of weekend outages - The majority of the customers who lost power -- a total of more than 150,000 -- have seen a return to normalcy after extreme winds and a decision by Xcel to shut off service disrupted many households throughout
Equestrian classes? - Can anyone recommend stables in or around the Boulder area that offers adult equestrian classes that involve riding, care, maintaining horse, etc. I grew up around horses as a kid and on and off a ranch. But that was 20 years ago. I’ve ridden horses
Boulder police arrest two for vehicular theft after they ask officers for directions - Boulder police arrested a man and a woman in a reportedly stolen vehicle on Sunday after the suspects asked officers for
A local meetup for uncomfortable conversations - Hi neighborinos! I started a meetup group based on my experience living here for the past 4 years, it's called Boulder Uncomfortable
The Spanish Peaks in Southern Colorado are a piece of the geological puzzle of why the High Plains are so high - Geographically the two distinctive summits on the horizon west of Walsenburg are part of the Rocky Mountains. But geologically, they’re
GOP’s Marjorie Taylor Greene delivers fresh threats of ousting Speaker Johnson in scathing rebuke - By LISA MASCARO (AP Congressional Correspondent) WASHINGTON (AP) — Hard-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is escalating her criticism of House Speaker Mike Johnson, blistering his leadership in a lengthy letter to colleagues and renewing threats of a snap
Top military leaders face Congress over Pentagon budget and questions on Israel and Ukraine support - Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. CQ Brown Jr. are urging Capitol Hill to support the Pentagon’s $850 billion budget for 2025 as questions remain as to whether lawmakers will support current spending needs for Israel or Ukraine.
Several thousand still without power Tuesday as Xcel works to restore service - It isn’t clear if the remaining outages were caused by wind damage or were part of Xcel's proactive
CU Boulder to host Conference for Undergraduate Women and Gender Minorities in Physics - Building on efforts to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in physics, CU Boulder’s Department of Physics and JILA will host a conference in January 2025 that will bring approximately 150 students from the Midwest to Boulder. Announcements
Five metro Denver schools remain closed due to power outages following windstorm - Several school districts have already announced closures or delays for Tuesday, April 8 due to Xcel Energy power outages. School closures and government office closures will be updated throughout the
New EPA rule says 200 US chemical plants must reduce toxic emissions that are likely to cause cancer - More than 200 chemical plants nationwide must reduce toxic emissions likely to cause cancer under a new Environmental Protection Agency rule. Officials say the rule issued Tuesday advances President Joe Biden’s commitment to environmental justice with
Amanda Knox faces a new slander trial in Italy that could remove the last legal stain against her - Amanda Knox faces another trial for slander this week in Italy in a case that could remove the last allegation against her eight years after Italy’s highest court threw out her conviction for the murder of her 21-year-old British roommate. The case involves
Family that used to farm Buc-ee’s land has a message about the effects of development - Beaver nuggets may be a boon to Colorado's economy, but they come at a cost to Colorado
Vietnamese restaurant from the daughters of New Saigon owners now open - An Nguyen mentored under her mother in the kitchen of their family restaurant, New Saigon, for roughly 15
The Book Club: “The House on Mango Street” and more short reviews from readers - Kristin Hannah is an enormously successful writer of compulsively readable historic
The Book Club: “The Women” and more short reviews from readers - Kristin Hannah is an enormously successful writer of compulsively readable historic
Should more Denver city workers be allowed to unionize? Voters could decide question this fall. - Denver voters this fall may be asked to decide whether a wide swath of municipal employees should have the right to unionize and negotiate labor contracts with the
Boulder weather today: Sunny skies with a high of 61 - Boulder should see clear skies with highs in the 60s today, according to the National Weather Service. Today’s forecast calls for sunny skies with a high near 61 and a low around 38. Wednesday’s forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 60 and
Broncos draft preview: Running back is a sneaky need for Sean Payton’s team - The Broncos have their three running backs returning for 2024 but questions loom in the not-too-distant future. Could Sean Payton and company find an answer they like in the 2024 NFL
Should most Denver City and County employees have collective bargaining rights? Voters may get to decide. - A proposed change to the city’s charter would give city employees collective bargaining rights. It just has to get on the
Denver approves blanket ADU rezoning in Hale neighborhood - It's the latest area to get approval for small additional homes to be built in single-family
Art show is a bright spot for a Denver sexual violence prevention nonprofit facing major potential budget cuts - The Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Fund accounts for at least 60% of The Blue Bench. And there are big cuts
Ask Amy: Mother frets about daughter’s alcoholism - Advice columnist Amy Dickinson answers her readers' questions in this April 9, 2024 edition of Ask