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Arrival of WeWork later this year will expand Boulder coworking landscape

The coworking space market in Boulder is getting hotter. Recently, WeWork, a global provider of shared work spaces, announced its plan to make available about 500 desks at 2755 Canyon Blvd.
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BVSD hosts strategic plan feedback forums

The Boulder Valley School District is hosting six community forums to gather feedback on priority student outcomes and strategic themes as the district develops a new strategic plan.
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Boulder coroner IDs Longmont man killed in crash on Friday

The Boulder County Coroner's Office has identified the Longmont man killed after colliding with a disposal truck Friday.
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Boulder police searching for suspects in credit card theft tied to possible assault

Boulder police are searching for two suspects in the theft of credit cards from a woman who may have been the victim of an assault.
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"Disenchanted" takes rose-colored glasses off for look at Disney legacy

"Happily ever after" has its limits.
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Man pleads guilty to crashing car into Boulder home

A man accused of driving his car into a Boulder home in May has taken a plea deal in his case. Christopher Pine, 51, pleaded guilty to one count of felony criminal mischief causing between $20,000 a…
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Lafayette man set for trial in road-rage assault case

A Lafayette man accused of hitting another driver with a baseball bat during a road-rage incident last summer is now scheduled for trial this summer after entering a plea of not guilty on all of his…
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Mostly sunny skies with a high of 50 today in Boulder

Boulder could see temperatures approach the 50s today, according to the National Weather Service.
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Erie animal sanctuary saves hundreds of chickens; raising money for veterinary care

Cannibalism. Infections. Fractured wings. This is what Luvin Arms, an Erie sanctuary for farm animals, found when rescuing chickens from a farm in LaSalle.
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Superior denies rezoning appeal of old Land Rover site, likely prompting litigation

Superior's Board of Adjustments voted Monday to uphold a December vote to rezone the town's former Land Rover property, denying an appeal by the site's owner that leaves the used car dealership that …
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Genetically modified food opponents overestimate their knowledge, according to CU researchers

People who most oppose genetically modified foods know the least about the science behind them, according to new research by University of Colorado scholars and researchers at other universities.
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Boulder's Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant moves to temporary location

The Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant in Boulder is undergoing a half-million dollar renovation and has temporarily moved from its 1101 Walnut St.
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YWCA Boulder County offering child care scholarships for furloughed workers

YWCA Boulder County is funding registration fees and other costs for furloughed workers who need drop-in child care at its Children's Alley center in Boulder.
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CanopyBoulder Public Demo Day and other Boulder-area events Jan. 15, 2019

Starting a business is exhausting work. But it can pay off big time. Come see for yourself. CanopyBoulder accelerator's current cohort of 10 cannabis tech, media, marketing and data startups will be …
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Rocky Mountain National Park restores some basic services, access during record federal shutdown

Rocky Mountain National Park visitors can again access areas that were closed due to the inability to plow and maintain roads during part of the record-long federal government shutdown.
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