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Broomfield's historic train depot evokes forgotten history in Colorado
Just a few historic structures remain from 19th-century Broomfield, so more than $294,000 is being invested to preserve one of its oldest treasures: the train depot, built in 1909, which now serves as the Broomfield Depot Museum.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
My Town: Reggie Rivers visits to motivate BYFA players for game, life
FIVES ALL AROUND: Reggie Rivers gives high-fives to Broomfield Youth Football Association players during a talk in Broomfield on March 3. Through a generous donation from Jake and Sandy Walker, the Broomfield Youth Football Association sponsored a motivational presentation by former Denver Bronco and author Reggie Rivers on March 3. The event, held ... (more)
Car crashes into Peerless Tires in Broomfield early Saturday morning
This gaping hole was left behind after a car crashed into Peerless Tires 4 Less in Broomfield early Saturday morning.
Longtime Broomfield resident, native giving Living History talk at Depot Museum Saturday
Gil Brunner, who was born in Broomfield in 1927, and Beverly Hansen, who has lived in Broomfield for 77 years, will share their stories in a Living History talk at noon Saturday at the Broomfield Depot Museum, 2201 W. 10th Ave. The event is free.
Ploeger: Share your opinions on plans for McKay-Lamberston project
The proposed first phase of the McKay/Lambertson Open Lands Master Plan reminds me of the great big open field behind our house when I was growing up - the field my naughty older brother later admitted to setting on fire, he claims accidentally.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
My Town: American Legion, Auxiliary looking for teens to send to Girls, Boys State
A newly chartered American Legion Post and Auxiliary unit in Broomfield have been busy with various projects.
North Metro Fire proves bald really is beautiful
North Metro Fire Rescue District's St. Baldrick's Day event was one of 1,127 across the country to help raise funds to support childhood cancer treatment and research through the St. Baldrick's Foundation.
The Boulder County Business Report
10% of area's eligible using health exchange
In the first six months of the enrollment period for Connect for Health Colorado, the state's health-insurance exchange, about 10 percent of the eligible population in the Northern Colorado and Boulder Valley regions signed up for coverage via the exchange.
The Aspen Times
Timeline for Aspen skate-park expansion pushed back
Another open meeting on the proposed expansion of the Rio Grande skate park is set for Tuesday as the city tries to gauge public interest in the estimated $300,000 project.
Best Bet: WoW Museum goes green for St. Patrick's Day
A dancer performs as part of the McTeggart Irish Stepdancers of Colorado's Celtic New Year at the Broomfield Auditorium in January.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Broomfield FISH seeks members for youth board
Broomfield FISH is accepting applications for its Youth Advisory Board for a one-year term beginning in May. Students who will be in seventh through 12th grades in the fall are eligible to apply.
Horizon goes beyond the dairy case with new Mac & Cheese offerings
Horizon , Broomfield, Colo., announced the launch of six new Horizon Mac & Cheese products.
Wholesale lumber company Cedar Creek acquiring Reid & Wright
Cedar Creek, a wholesale lumber company based in Oklahoma City, on Wednesday announced it is acquiring Reid & Wright, Inc. which specializes in lumber, building materials and specialty products.
Illegal alien to sue firefighters who rescued him from flood waters in Colorado
Last week, Roy Ortiz's attorney filed papers showing that his client intends to sue several first responders who took part in rescuing Ortiz last September, when he became trapped in his car on a section of U.S. 287 during a flash flood.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Broomfield to hire outside elections consultant ahead of June primary
Broomfield is in the process of finding an independent consultant to assess its elections practices as it prepares for the June 24 primary election.
Trelleborg moving 125-person sealing division to Louisville from Broomfield
Trelleborg Sealing Systems, a division of the Swedish engineering company Trelleborg AB, is moving a 125-person manufacturing operation to Louisville from Broomfield, officials announced late Tuesday.
police report March 3 through March 9
Broomfield police are seeking help tracking down their most wanted fugitives. To view the most-wanted list, including photos, go to broomfield.org , click on police in the left-hand column and then click on "Broomfield's Most Wanted."
Colorado Man Roy Plans To Sue Rescuers Who Saved His Life For $500,000
Roy Ortiz of Broomfield, Colo. was saved from a submerged car during heavy flooding in the area last September, but he's now considering suing his rescuers.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Vestas is on a hiring spree at its Colorado wind turbine plants
Vestas Wind Systems turbines, built in Colorado, spin at the Cedar Point wind farm in eastern Colorado near Limon.
Celebrate St. Patty's with song at Broomfield Auditorium
IRISH EVENING IN BROOMFIELD: Colcannon, from left, Mick Bolger, Jean Bolger, Brian Mullins, Cynthia Jaffe and Mike Fitzmaurice, will perform in celebration of St. Patrick's Day at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Broomfield Auditorium.