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Four new members join board of Boulder Library Foundation - After three members' departures, The Boulder Library Foundation has welcomed four new members and a new Boulder Library District representative to its
Graduates celebrate new beginnings in St. Vrain Valley School District’s Class of 2024 commencements - The St. Vrain Valley School District graduated 2,422 seniors this year, with commencement ceremonies held Saturday
Photos: Silver Creek, Longmont High School graduations 2024 - More than 2,000 students graduated from eight high schools in the St. Vrain Valley School District on Saturday, May 26. Photographers from the Longmont Times-Call, the St. Vrain Valley School District, parents, students and friends marked the occasion. Look
Front Range public land agencies, including Boulder County, collaborate on new tool for visitors - Created by NoCo Places, a group of eight state, federal, and county land management agencies throughout the northern Front Range, the interactive map shows off details about the availability, rules and other information related to many of the northern Front
Star USC scientist faces scrutiny — retracted papers and a paused drug trial - A group of whistle-blowers submitted a report to the NIH that questioned the integrity of a celebrated neuroscientist's research and the safety of an experimental stroke treatment his company was
As a key labor union pushes into the South, red states push back - Unions such as the UAW argue their involvement can help boost wages and improve the work environment at auto
High price of popular diabetes drugs deprives low-income people of effective treatment - About 54% of adults who had taken a GLP-1 drug, including those with insurance, said the cost was “difficult” to afford, according to
Police arrest two in connection with Boulder County drug investigation - Police recently arrested two people and seized more than 26 pounds of narcotics and an undisclosed amount of money in connection with an investigation, according to a Boulder County Sheriff’s Office press release posted
1 Love nonprofit, Boulder Valley Rotary Club raise funds to build school in Tanzania - Education gives people the ability to read, write, and helps them build confidence and the ability to make more decisions about their own life. But education is not always accessible or affordable, and Angel Mollel wants to ensure that everyone, especially
Boulder officials offer water tips and free drowning prevention class - Boulder officials have some tips for residents enjoying bodies of water such as Boulder Reservoir and Boulder Creek as well as a free drowning prevention class set for 6 p.m. Wednesday at Spruce Pool, 2102 Spruce
‘Destined for greatness’: Longmont’s New Meridian High School celebrates graduates - Emmaline Oldham, decked out in an orchid lei and posing for photo after photo in her cap and gown, was both thrilled to graduate from Longmont's New Meridian High School and a little
Boulder County, Boulder and Longmont closures for Memorial Day - All Boulder County government offices will be closed Monday in recognition of Memorial Day. Most Longmont and Boulder administrative facilities are closed, with the exception of a number of pools, recreation facilities and areas, airports and emergency
Memorial Day events will honor Longmont veterans - The Longmont community is invited to commemorate departed U.S. military veterans at several ceremonies over Memorial Day
Sandstone Ranch Community Park restrooms closed due to vandalism - Those in need of a restroom at Sandstone Ranch Community Park and Nature Area,  3001 Colo. 119, will have to use a portable toilet, after the bathrooms were vandalized sometime in early May, according to Timber Toste, Longmont Parks and Forestry
Three Boulder parking garages to close for summer maintenance - Three Boulder parking garages are scheduled to be closed for cleaning and maintenance this
One transported to hospital following rollover crash in Longmont - According to Longmont Public Safety spokeswoman Robin Ericson, at 1:36 pm, Longmont police were dispatched to the crash on 21st Avenue and Main
Eldorado Canyon State Park free shuttle service starts this weekend - Free shuttle service to Eldorado Canyon State Park from Superior, Boulder and Marshall will start Saturday. The shuttle will also offer access to the Marshall Mesa, Doudy Draw, South Mesa and Fowler
Boulder County resumes free Hessie Trailhead shuttle service - Boulder County has started offering seasonal free shuttle bus service from Nederland to the Hessie Trailhead, which provides access to the Lost Lake and Indian Peaks Wilderness
Boulder warns residents to watch for potentially toxic blue-green algae - As temperatures get warmer, Boulder officials warn residents to avoid ponds and lakes if they see blue-color algae, since some algae produces toxins harmful to people and pets, according to a press
Boulder residents asked for input about Baseline Road safety updates - Boulder transportation department staffers seek public feedback about safety enhancements the city made along Baseline Road last year that was paid for with part of a $3.2 million federal
Tribal nations invest opioid settlement funds in traditional healing to treat addiction - Patients in recovery have requested sweat lodges for years as a cultural element to complement the counseling and medications the tribe’s health department already provides. But insurance doesn’t cover sweat
If you’re living with a drug or mental health problem, here’s where to look for help - While it's difficult to pinpoint the exact reasons behind substance abuse or suicide, racial inequality, economic distress and historical trauma have aggravated those problems in marginalized
Boulder to host public meeting on Gregory Canyon Creek flood mitigation - Boulder will host a community meeting next week about flood mitigation work along Gregory Canyon
Boulder County residents urged to focus on wellness during Mental Health Awareness Month - Boulder County Public Health calls on residents to focus on their own mental health and wellness issues — especially as they relate to firearms and thoughts of suicide — to mark Mental Health Awareness
How They Voted: Colorado congressional votes for May 17-23, 2024 - Here's a look at how Colorado members of Congress voted over the previous
Boulder County commissioners support work authorization for immigrants - Boulder County commissioners have endorsed a series of bills and resolutions regarding work authorization for
CU Boulder study: U.S. health data infrastructure needs to evolve before next pandemic - While preventative measures like school closures and social distancing saved lives during the pandemic, they were part of a mass scramble to ‘stop the spread’ that could be eliminated if the country had a better infrastructure for gathering public health
Alaska man accused of killing Longmont woman in 2006 set for trial - An Alaska man who was arrested for the second time last year on suspicion of the 2006 death of a Longmont woman has pleaded not guilty and been set a seven day trial in
Erie man takes plea deal in child sexual assault case - An Erie man accused of sexually assaulting four girls in his home has taken a plea
As the election nears, Biden pushes a slew of rules on the environment and other priorities - They include a landmark regulation that would force coal-fired power plants to capture smokestack emissions or shut
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Longmont pares down its street concerts to a June 1 affair with Jeff & Paige, Antonio Lopez Band and Drunken Hearts - Despite the switch-up, the people of Longmont will still have plenty of opportunities to see live music throughout the
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Trump swaps bluster for silence, and possibly sleep, in his hush money trial - Trump’s demeanor inside the courtroom has, in many ways, been dramatic for its very lack of
Top UN court orders Israel to halt military offensive in Rafah, though Israel is unlikely to comply - While Israel is unlikely to comply with Friday's order, it will ratchet up the pressure on the increasingly isolated
Driver accused of hitting, killing Magnus White pleads not guilty - A woman accused of hitting and killing 17-year-old Magnus White on The Diagonal in July pleaded not guilty and was set for a five-day trial in
Boulder weather: High of 67 with cloudy skies - Boulder should see highs in the 60s today with cloudy skies, according to the National Weather
Colorado job, income growth shine even as inflation casts shadows - Colorado ranks 15th in country for job growth, 22nd in personal income
Boulder crime trends include DUI arrests, bias-related incidents - More drunk driving arrests earlier this year - 30 reports in one month - and more bias-related crime were two points that stood out in crime trend data shared by the Boulder Police Department Thursday at a City Council study
Girl, 15, reported missing from Colorado Springs - A 15-year-old girl has been reported missing from Colorado Springs, according to a Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Boulder housing advocates file election complaint against pro-airport groups - A group of housing advocates seeking to close the Boulder airport and turn the area into a residential neighborhood has filed an election complaint against two local pro-airport
Eastbound U.S. 36 reopens near Superior after crash - Eastbound U.S. 36 reopened near Superior after a crash closed the highway, according to the Colorado Department of
Man charged in Boulder child abuse case - Boulder resident James Xavier Chavez Guerra, 20, was charged with child abuse after reportedly leaving second-degree burns on a 3-year-old in
Longmont school to offer summer classes on democracy - The School of Statesmanship, Stewardship, and Service is inviting the Longmont community to learn more about the role of democracy at five new classes this
New wildlife plan guides Lafayette’s 1,640 open space acres - The Lafayette City Council adopted the Open Space Wildlife Plan to help guide the city in how to preserve, conserve and protect all 1,640 acres of open space property managed by the
Moxy hotel opens on University Hill in Boulder - Moxy Boulder, a newly completed hotel in Boulder’s University Hill neighborhood near the University of Colorado campus, began welcoming guests on
Man accused of shooting out sunroof sentenced to probation - A man has been sentenced to one year of probation and 64 hours of community service after he pleaded guilty to firing a gun out a sunroof in Longmont last
Biden has slight edge in N.H., UML poll shows - A poll of 600 likely New Hampshire voters shows that the 45th President would lose the Granite State for a third time running if the general election were held
Could current COVID vaccines protect against future outbreaks? New study offers hope - Researchers had the future in mind when they asked if current COVID-19 vaccines and boosters could also protect your body against future outbreaks. Here’s what you need to
The number of births continues to fall, despite abortion bans - Having fewer births means lower state costs for services such as subsidized day care and public schools at a time when aging baby boomers are straining
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