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Turquoise Mesa Winery, 11705 Teller St., Unit C, will hold a winter open house from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday.
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MOUSTACHES FOR A CAUSE: Participants in Big Choice Brewing's Movember contest, from left, Luke Davis, Matt Fiorenza, Christian DuFour, Nathaniel Miller, Chili Buttons, Ben Fowles, Matt Willey and Scott Schlichting show off their mustaches and beards at the brewery on Saturday.
The storm, which is expected to drop temperatures into the teens by tomorrow and lower by Thursday, is slated to move in this afternoon.
BUDDYING UP: Emerald Elementary School principal Samara Williams, left, and Birch Elementary School principal Tracy Stegall participate earlier this month in a conference call to plan Broomfield Buddies.
The Broomfield Balanced Energy Coalition, a pro-fracking group, has filed a lawsuit against Broomfield election officials.
Following up on last month's announcement of guests that will join the String Cheese Incident during their New Year's run at Broomfield, CO's 1STBANK Center comes word of a special guest for the New Year's Eve performance.
On the last day of his life, David Biesemeier flew to Broomfield to help a friend with an airplane, had lunch with his pilot buddies and climbed into the plane he built 32 years ago for the trip back home to Loveland.
Anne Crouse, a longtime Broomfield resident who was active in many community efforts, including the founding of Broomfield FISH and serving on City Council, died Friday.
A recount for Broomfield's proposed fracking ban got under way Monday morning, even as election officials are facing criticism over the vote counting process and one City Councilman questioned whether the recount matters with a cloud of questions surrounding the election.
Broomfield Enterprise staff will not be working out of the Broomfield Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday because of vacation schedules and other conflicts.
Now that Broomfield has voted to welcome backyard chickens into the fold, there might be a few lessons our new "farmers" can learn from early Broomfielders.
PACKING FOR FISH: Dawson Smith, 4, adds cake mix to the collection of food being made into Thanksgiving meal boxes for Broomfield FISH clients on Nov. 15. FISH will be the recipient of collections taken at a free show Wednesday by the Denver Municipal Band.
AGLOW WITH COMPETITION: Lights set the Northridge neighborhood aglow each holiday season.
'TIS THE SEASON: While the snow hasn't flown much this year, Broomfield is bracing for storms and on Tuesday, City Council approved the routine purchase of $412,481worth of deicing materials.