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Boulder High graduates seniors in soggy but joyful outdoor ceremony

Boulder High School's ceremony was a bit soggy thanks to Saturday morning's steady rain, but still filled with advice, cheers and optimism as more than 480 graduating seniors received diplomas.…
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Facing down drillers in Boulder County, cities explore tax on impacts

As the oil and gas industry prepares plans for drilling in Boulder County, towns are mobilizing to implement measures that will mitigate its impacts or discourage development altogether.
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Inside Boulder detectives' month-long search for answers in an Arkansas landfill

For weeks last summer, employees of the Boulder Police Department and the Boulder County District Attorney's Office stood under the blistering Arkansas sun, combing through an entire county's trash, …
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Study sheds light on Lafayette's existing multimodal conditions

Most of Lafayette's through streets are uncomfortable for cyclists to ride along due to the high-speed traffic and narrow buffers, according to a study examining the city's current multimodal conditi…
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Boulder County under flash flood watch; lightning strikes apartment

A storm struck Boulder County on Friday afternoon, flooded streets, dropped heavy localized hail and was accompanied by lightning, which struck a Gunbarrel apartment complex and started a fire.
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Longmont City Council suggests visions, general goals for the community's future

By the year 2038, if not sooner, Longmont should have earned a reputation of being "the world's greatest village," a label that City Council members informally agreed upon on Friday.
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'40 Years Bold' and more Boulder-area events for Saturday, May 19, 2018

Frank Shorter and Steve Bosley will speak about and sign their new book, "40 Years Bold," about 40 years of the Bolder Boulder.
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Longmont nonprofits, churches to break ground on collaborative affordable housing project

Longmont nonprofit organization, churches, donors and construction companies plan to break ground on a one-of-a-kind collaborative affordable housing project at the end of the month.
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Boulder community clean-up day canceled

Boulder has canceled its community clean-up day, set for Saturday, because of bad weather that struck the area on Friday and is expected to continue on Saturday.
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Lafayette seniors living in memory care unit take carousel ride in Nederland

A diminutive woman, an octogenarian at least, perched atop a handcarved cheetah as Nederland's Carousel of Happiness took a counterclockwise spin on Friday afternoon, her cataract-clouded eyes op…
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Sustainable Resilient Longmont cancels energy fair

Sustainable Resilient Longmont has cancelled a planned Longmont Renewable Energy Fair that was set to take place on Saturday at Roosevelt Park because of nasty weather that struck the area on Friday …
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Longmont crash sends motorcyclist, passenger to hospital with moderate injuries

A crash at the intersection of 19th and Main streets Friday sent a motorcyclist and a passenger to the hospital with minor to moderate injuries, according to Longmont police.
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On eve of gun rally, Longmont Humane Society emphasizes independence from 'causes'

The Longmont Humane Society said it accepts donations from many sources and is not influenced by any "causes," in a statement sent to people threatening to pull donations from the nonprofit after a p…
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CU Boulder eyes five finalists for campus police chief

The University of Colorado Police Department has announced five finalists — three from Colorado and two from out of state — for its vacant police chief position.
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TravelBoulder.com launches magazine

TravelBoulder.com is producing a print magazine that will be distributed starting next week, according to a website news release.
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