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Camp Bow Wow to open in Hicksville
Headquartered in Broomfield, Colo., Camp Bow Wow, which began franchising in 2003, now has more than 150 locations in North America and has grown into a $65 million business.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
FRIENDS celebrates first Christmas in new Broomfield home
It's the first Christmas for friends at 11851 Saulsbury St., and the occasion is nearly 15 years in the making.
15-Second Pitch: Art Cleaners
The company's pitch: Art Cleaners has been a locally own business in Boulder since 1921.
Innovative Denver-Based Homebuilder, Century Communities Set to Offer ...
We know that saving a down payment is difficult today, but the benefits are huge and this program will make a great difference for many families."
The Johnstown Breeze
Parish statue placed at namesake's town hall
Without much fanfare, but with plenty of preparation, the statue of town founder Harvey J. Parish holding his son, John, whom Johnstown is named for, was erected Thursday morning.
Arraignment continued for woman accused accused of tampering with Broomfield murder scene
An arraignment has been continued for a woman accused of cleaning blood stains from the floor after a deadly argument at her Broomfield home in August.
The Boulder County Business Report
Developer plans two buildings in CTC
With recession in the rearview mirror, Denver-based Etkin Johnson Group LLC is ramping up new construction on its land in the Colorado Technology Center in Louisville.
Broomfield FISH offering insurance enrollment assistance
FISH will make its trained volunteers available to Broomfield residents who need help enrolling in a health insurance plan.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Broomfield seminar talks chickens
Holland Russo demonstrates the best way to hold a chicken at a community seminar in Broomfield on Wednesday night.
Judge orders Broomfield can't certify election results on controversial fracking ban
A judge's order issued Tuesday evening has further muddied the already cloudy situation surrounding the fracking ban approved by Broomfield voters.
Candidates sought to fill council Broomfield Ward 4 City Council vacancy
Broomfield City Council has begun accepting applications to fill a vacancy in the Ward 4 City Council seat.
Manhard Consulting welcomes staff from Accurate EngiSurv
Manhard Consulting, a civil engineering and surveying firm with offices nationwide, announced that the principals and associates of Accurate EngiSurv have joined the Manhard Consulting staff.
BVSD preschools in Broomfield taking applications
Boulder Valley School Distirict preschools are taking applications for the 2014-15 school year.
Echoes of Austrian Christmases past on Broomfield stage Friday
SALZBURG CHRISTMAS: St. Martin's Chamber Choir performs "A Salzburg Christmas" Friday at the Broomfield Auditorium.
Broomfield resident named manager of USBR office
Broomfield resident Jacklynn Gould has been named the Eastern Colorado Area Manager for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's Great Plains Region.
Broomfield resident Chris McCloskey pens novel for youths
Broomfield resident Chris McCloskey last week announced the launch of her first book, "The Adventures of Tooten and Ter: A Nose for Crime," published by OnStage Publishing.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Beth Eden Baptist offers helping hands of all sizes during Servathon
Over the course of one week, each and every one of its 200 students got a hands-on lesson, from 12th grade all the way down to kindergarten.
Trelleborg moving to Louisville
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions signed a lease for 75,899 square feet of industrial space at 1886 Prairie Way, Louisville.
More from the UK cleantech trade mission to Colorado
Dec. 10, 2013 -- David Scott, CEO of Straw Fuels, talks about his company's straw-based, renewable fire log during a trade mission organized by the United Kingdom's Technology Strategy Board, which brought 16 UK cleantech start up companies to Colorado in early December 2013.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Rosann Doran, Broomfield's longtime public information director, retiring
RETIRING AT YEAR'S END: Rosann Doran, pictured at Community Park in April, is retiring on Dec. 31 after a 25-year career as Broomfeild's public information officer.