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Boulder development 'strategy' rejected in 5-4 vote

Ricardo Acosta, of ISA Construction LLC, works Tuesday to level an area for concrete to be poured at a development site on the 28th Street frontage road in Boulder. When City Councilman Sam Weaver's proposal for a moratorium on all new building projects in Boulder met swift and fierce opposition, he replaced it Tuesday night with a call for a broader development strategy.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

Daily Camera

W.W. Reynolds looks to develop office building off Pearl and Foothills in Boulder

W.W. Reynolds Co., a Boulder-based commercial real estate firm, purchased a tract of land east of Foothills Highway and Pearl Parkway in Boulder for $3.126 million with plans to develop a three-story retail and office building, officials involved in the transaction announced Tuesday. W.W. Reynolds acquired the nearly 2.75-acre former Regional Transportation District Park-N-Ride lot, located southeast of Foothills Parkway along Pearl Parkway, from Pearl Parkway Centre LLC, said officials for the Colorado Group.

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CU-Boulder hosts series of small career fairs

All events are from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Center for Community rooms S350 and Abrams Lounge. The University of Colorado is shaking up the traditional career fair model this fall, thanks to ongoing renovations to the Glenn Miller Ballroom.

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Boulder workout of the week: PiYo

Brittney Pucci, left, exercises during a PiYo class at Anytime Fitness in Boulder. To watch a video of the PiYo class, go to dailycamera.com.

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LongmontFYI

Divers, dogs return to Highland Lake to search for missing Boulder man

Search and Rescue Dogs United States and Colorado Forensic K-9s agencies use a boat to search Tuesday for a missing Boulder man at Highland Lake near Mead.

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Boulder County taking comment on Lefthand, James Canyon Drive repairs

Boulder County and its engineering consultant, AECOM, will provide a presentation and collect feedback regarding permanent repairs to Lefthand Canyon Drive and James Canyon Drive at an open house on Wednesday. The presentation is set from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Altona Grange, 9386 N. 39th St. The meeting is open to anyone who would like to learn more about the projects and provide input on the design.

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Colorado Daily

Longmont participating in National Drive Electric Week

What: Two Nissan Leafs that the city of Longmont has added to its fleet will be unveiled, with test drives available When/where: 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the Longmont Museum and Cultural Center, 400 Quail Road, near the charging station What: See electric vehicles from Nissan, Chevrolet, Ford, Tesla and BMW. Test drive these vehicles and get questions answered by experts in the field and current EV drivers.

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Daily Camera

More than 70 weigh in during fast-paced, fun Boulder public art slideshow event

Plans for a large red 'Yes!' on the windows of the main Boulder library have been rejected after public outcry. After public backlash lead city leaders to dismiss the big, red "Yes!" sculpture piece proposed for the city's main branch library earlier this year, local arts officials on Monday held a fast-paced, highly interactive event gauging resident's feelings on public art.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Daily Camera

Boulder's InDevR receives contract for FluChip-8G development

Boulder-based InDevR has landed a multimillion-dollar infusion that could land the company's FluChip influenza virus diagnostic technology in hospital labs and urgent care centers by 2016. InDevR was awarded a contract with the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority to complete product development of the FluChip-8G diagnostic product.

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Chemical & Engineering News

Vehicles Responsible For More Particulate Pollution Than What Comes Out Of Their Tailpipes

Vehicles spew out a range of particulate matter such as black carbon and organic aerosols. State and federal governments have enacted regulations to reduce the emission of these fine particles, in part because environmental scientists have linked them to heart and lung disease.

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Body found behind Arapahoe Village could be Boulder's sixth homeless death of 2014

Janice 'CJ' Adams: Adams, 53, was discovered April 4 in the area of the Boulder Creek Path underpass near the intersection of Arapahoe Avenue and Broadway. She died of alcohol poisoning.

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Boulder weather: Mostly cloudy skies with a high of 67

Five-day forecast Check out what weather is in store for the Boulder County area here National Weather Service See what the National Weather service is predicting here 24-Hour satellite Watch NOAA's 24-hour satellite image here Real-time conditions See what Boulder's weather is like now at the National Center for Atmospheric Research here Boulder should see cloudy skies and temperatures in the 60s today, but things should begin to clear up later in the week, according to the National Weather Service. The furor over General Motors' deadly ignition switch has the potential to doom the car key, a technology drivers have been using for 65 years.

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Sean Maher: Do we want to freeze Boulder in time?

Earlier this month, I spent a few days in Canada at the International Downtown Conference. This annual event draws leaders from cities around the world to compare notes and share best practices on creating and sustaining thriving downtown districts.

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Boulder building permits: Sept. 15, 2014

Building construction permits over $10,000 in value that were approved in Boulder between Sep. 1, 2014 to Sep. 7, 2014. Listed below are: the case number; address; total project valuation; owner name; contractor ; and description.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Colorado Daily

Boulder Pridefest celebrates "one community, many identities" at 11th annual festival

Out Boulder's 11th annual Pridefest on Sunday at Boulder's Central Park proved to be the biggest yet, drawing a happy, fun crowd looking to support each other and the area's queer community. "It's a fun and very accepting environment," said Lafayette's Izzy Varley.

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Whole Pets opens second Boulder location

When the first Whole Pets opened in central Boulder in 2001, the natural pet food and supplies store found a fitting neighbor in Whole Foods. Whole Foods' store off 28th and Pearl streets remains the Austin, Texas-based natural foods grocer's flagship store in the region, and there was plenty of clientele cross-over for the locally owned Whole Pets.

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Boulder poised to expand city's public smoking ban

Christian Mockett takes a cigarette break on Friday, just north of Pearl Street on 13th Street in Boulder. Any trail, path, or multi-use path as well as anywhere within 15 feet of a trail, path or multiuse path.

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Greeley Tribune

Flood anniversary: September 2013 storm that caused flood unusual in many ways

These are the total rainfall amounts in each town and city for the storms that caused the flooding in September. "We will get something of that magnitude most years, where you'll have three or four inches of rain in one storm in the foothills," said Chad Gimmestad, a senior forecaster with the National Weather Service in Boulder who lives in Greeley.

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Boulder was a health destination even in the 1800s

The Sanitarium Boarding Home operated circa December 1893 to 1896 on University Hill. The infectious disease, also known as consumption and TB, for tubercle bacillus, had been around for hundreds of years but had no known remedy.

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Boulder Symphony seeks to 'Transcend' boundaries

Music director Devin Patrick Hughes plans to continue to push the envelope with the Boulder Symphony Orchestra this season. Devin Patrick Hughes, music director of the Boulder Symphony Orchestra, is known for pushing the limits in challenging his community musicians, most of whom are unpaid.

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