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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 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
No-strings-attached cash assistance program in Denver extended - After rounding up enough funding for a six-month extension, staff at the Denver Basic Income Project continue to help participants find stability, including permanent housing and secure jobs.  The organization is providing another round of
Trumpet, flute and cello, oh my! These Denver preschoolers heard classical music for the first time - Inside the Orchestra visits classrooms to bring music and instruments to children who might not have had access to
Free the panels! - Just a reminder that Xcel routinely drags its feet on renewables and insists on keeping customers licking its feet to gain any benefits from their privately-owned solar installations.
Daily horoscope for April 9, 2024 - Get your daily horoscope for April 9, 2024 from astrologer Georgia
Accessibility and visiting Boulder? - What advice or tips would you give to someone with a physical disability who is visiting Boulder? Are there specific restaurants, sights, or experiences that are particularly accessible (or not) that you'd advise someone to
Rockies rally to beat Arizona, 7-5, behind improvement from Kyle Freeland and strong bullpen - After Arizona started Colorado's season with a historic 16-1 trouncing at Chase Field, the Rockies paid the snakes back with a comeback victory on Monday at Coors
Solar Eclipse 2024 - View through eclipse glasses and an iPhone from our little part of the planet. submitted by /u/Onimonipeon [link] [comments]
UConn concludes a dominant run to its 2nd straight NCAA title, beating Zach Edey and Purdue 75-60 - UConn delivered the latest of its suffocating basketball beatdowns, smothering Purdue for a 75-60 victory to become the first team since 2007 to capture back-to-back national championships. Tristen Newton scored 20 points for the Huskies, who won their 12th
How do I make friends as an adult if I hate hiking - Hi. I'm 26F and I'm moving to Boulder from Hawaii, very sad about it :( But I'm trying to be optimistic about it and not let it be the end of the world. So I'm trying to make a conscious effort to make real friends but I
2024 Colorado Pint Day Is Here -     For some, Christmas is the day to look forward to all year. For others, it’s their birthday.   But for craft beer lovers, the most wonderful day of the year is almost upon us: Colorado Pint Day.   On Wednesday, the Colorado
Wildlife officials confirm a second Colorado livestock wolf kill, this time in Jackson County - A wolf killed a calf over the weekend in Jackson County, the second time in less than a week that the death of livestock in Colorado has been attributed to a wolf, wildlife officials confirmed
Restored Craigmont High School planetarium enriches solar eclipse for Memphis students - Sign up for Chalkbeat Tennessee’s free daily newsletter to keep up with Memphis-Shelby County Schools and statewide education policy.At 12:39 p.m., as the moon took its first bite of the sun, a group of Craigmont High School students looked up at the
Xcel Energy’s unprecedented step to cut power during high winds gets blowback - Xcel Energy-Colorado's took the unprecedented step of cutting power to some parts of the Front Range over the weekend to reduce the risk of wildfires as wild winds walloped the area, but the decision has stirred up a storm of
Carpool from airport ~10pm 4/8? - Hi! My flight will get in around 9:45 pm and I’m wondering if anyone else is in the same boat (maybe from eclipse fest?) that would be interested in carpooling back to Boulder together. I’m currently planning on taking the ab1 but the time frames mean
Trump says abortion policy should be left to the states, backing away from national ban - WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump announced a shift in his views on abortion laws Monday, releasing a video advocating for state legislatures to make those decisions, not Congress — and was immediately met with strong
For the first time, a Colorado utility switched off power to prevent wildfires. Xcel Energy says it worked, but customers are frustrated - The company’s president says preemptively powering down parts of the electricity grid likely prevented sparks and arcing during a weekend windstorm that could have ignited a
Denver’s sheriff, fire and police chiefs reappointed after City Council vote - One councilwoman called for an independent survey of the rank-and-file employees of each of public safety department to be completed some time over the next two years so that the public and council can assess the four leaders'
Fallout continues in Boulder County from weekend wind storm, power outages - Boulder County on Monday continued to feel the effects of a powerful wind storm over the weekend that walloped the Front Range and triggered Xcel Energy to preemptively shut down power to thousands of
In Wisconsin, Biden underlines plans to help college students with ‘unsustainable debts’ - WASHINGTON — During a speech in Madison, Wisconsin on Monday, President Joe Biden touted his administration’s efforts to provide student debt relief through several new proposals, such as canceling accrued interest. “While (a) college degree still is
Power restored to all but two BVSD schools - Louisville's Coal Creek Elementary, Boulder's Platt Middle and Nederland Elementary all had power restored this afternoon and will open on a regular schedule
Before Nuggets’ high-stakes clash with Timberwolves, Michael Malone and Nikola Jokic must exorcise Utah demons: “We don’t really acclimate to the altitude very well” - Nikola Jokic, Michael Malone and the Nuggets must exorcise their Utah demons in the first half of a back-to-back before thinking about the seeding implications of a major Timberwolves game. Plus, KCP celebrates his son's birthday and hears his daughter's
Rick George Wins NACDA’s Athletic Director of the Year - George was named CU Boulder’s athletic director in 2013 and has overseen the school’s massive athletic department growth. By Eli Gregorski The post Rick George Wins NACDA’s Athletic Director of the Year appeared first on
Boulder County eyes disallowing land use for temporary fireworks sales - The Boulder County commissioners are set to hold a public hearing on Tuesday about changing the county's land use code to remove temporary fireworks sales as an allowed land
Power outages cost Boulder County businesses tens of thousands of dollars - Widespread outages across the Front Range have impacted tens of thousands of customers, including businesses that lost thousands of dollars in spoiled food and nonexistent sales, each day the power remained
Boulder police warns residents of a scammer who is calling themselves ‘Deputy Jane’ - Boulder police notified residents Friday of a scammer who is calling herself ‘Deputy Jane’. Officers received a dozen calls Friday from community members who thought they were being told by the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office to call the Boulder Police