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Boulder, Colorado is located in Boulder County. Zip codes in Boulder, CO include 80306, 80301, and 80323. The median home price in Boulder is $549,000 which is roughly $304/per square foot. More Boulder information.

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2 hrs ago | Boulder Weekly

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Miss the 34-minute window to snag a Great American Brew Festival ticket this year? Still lamenting its move from Boulder to Denver 30 years ago? Fear not, for Boulder Downtown, Inc. is introducing the inaugural Boulder Craft Beer Festival, going down Aug. 23 on the west side of Central Park in downtown Boulder from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Although there ... (more)

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3 hrs ago | LongmontFYI

Nancy Pelosi to talk college affordability at CU-Boulder on Friday

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi shakes hands with Boulder County AIDS Project's Marking & Special Events Manager Elissa Smith before Congresswoman Pelosi spoke of her dedication to AIDS activism and accepted a Local Legends award Aug. 21, 2013, at the First United Methodist Church of Boulder.

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3 hrs ago | East Bay Express

The Atlantic Gives Legalization in Boulder Two Big Thumbs Up

The Atlantic 's Conor Friedersdorf went a little native in Boulder, Colorado for the magazine's August 13 feature - a ringing endorsement of the implementation of Amendment 64. There's still many questions left unanswered, he wr ote, but: "One thought I never had was that Boulder would be better off if its marijuana smokers were all imprisoned, or ... (more)

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4 hrs ago | LongmontFYI

CU-Boulder move-in day: Arrival of 4,600 students snarls traffic

Though she lives just 30 minutes away in Denver, Lisa Shafer told her son Adam, a new freshman moving into the dorms at the University of Colorado on Thursday, that he can't come home for one month.

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7 hrs ago | Daily Camera

12 things to do today, Aug. 21, in Boulder County

Painter and print-maker Enrique Chagoya is featured in tonight's Shark's Ink. at BMoCA.

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11 hrs ago | Daily Camera

11 things to do today, Aug. 20, in Boulder County

A new wave of investors is using impact investing to address the greatest challenges of our time while also generating a financial return.

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15 hrs ago | Daily Camera

Taste of Tomato in Boulder

Cost: Free, if you bring three or more medium to large tomatoes or 10 cherry tomatoes of one kind, with the variety name on a card, to donate to the tasting.

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15 hrs ago | Daily Camera

Meatless Monday in Boulder

I love tomatoes the best: I can only hope that proverbial desert island has good soil, because vine-ripened tomatoes would be the one food I cannot do without.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

LongmontFYI

Plague found in Boulder-area fleas; residents warned to take precautions

A public health notice warning residents of bubonic plague found in fleas sits on an open space fence post Wednesday on Terrace Place in Boulder County.

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LongmontFYI

Boulder County, Front Range, see quiet fire season a " so far

Tall, thick grass lines the Lichen Loop trail at Heil Valley Ranch near Boulder.

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LongmontFYI

CU-Boulder philosophy professor under threat of firing won't teach this fall

As University of Colorado students and instructors return to the classroom Monday, embattled associate philosophy professor David Barnett will not be among them.

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Colorado Daily

Psychologist: Suspect in Aaron Tuneberg murder may be 'feigning' incompetency

Luke Pelham turns to look at his family during his court appearance Wednesday at the Boulder County Justice Center.

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LongmontFYI

24 Boulder-area companies land on Inc. 5000 list

Inc. magazine on Wednesday released its annual rankings of the fastest-growing privately held U.S. companies, and Boulder's Minute Key landed in the top 15. Minute Key, a firm that makes self-service key copying machines, ranked No.

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Daily Camera

Aerial Fabric - Beginning

Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance Theatre, at the University of Colorado Dance Department, CU Campus, Room 150, Boulder, 303-245-8272, frequentflyers.org Editor's note: This was a special class offered at this year's annual Aerial Dance Festival, organized by Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance Theatre.

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Daily Camera

Ranchers sell goat at Boulder County Farmers' Markets

In 2004, the couple had moved to a 35-acre plot of land near Salida, which they call El Regalo Ranch.

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Daily Camera

Armory community will benefit Boulder

The proposed Armory Community Concept Plan scheduled to come before the Boulder Planning Board at 5 p.m. Thursday Aug. 21 would re-purpose the 8.5-acre parcel, currently home to the Colorado National Guard, into an innovative, mixed-use neighborhood and a landmark art and cultural destination spot in North Boulder.

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Daily Camera

No residential building on Boulder's University Hill until March

The Boulder City Council unanimously approved a seven-month moratorium on residential building on University Hill on Tuesday night in response to what seems to be a feverish market for upscale student housing.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Daily Camera

A summer nature walk: Crown Point

Difficulty: Moderate to difficult; Access: The trailhead is about a three-hour drive from Boulder.

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The Boulder County Business Report

CEOs: Health care administrative costs still rising

James Marsh, president, HofgardBenefits, discusses health care reform at a meeting of BizWest's CEO Roundtable on health care Aug. 19. Administrative costs for health care providers have soared due to the Affordable Care Act and lower health care costs may be still years away, health care leaders said Tuesday.

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The Boulder County Business Report

Boulder approves Avery incentives worth $90K

BOULDER The city of Boulder has approved up to $90,000 in permit fee and tax rebates for Avery Brewing Co., as the growing craft brewery builds a new $27 million home in Gunbarrel.

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