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Boulder Chamber Orchestra begins second decade with 'Mystique'
A tribute to the late Richard Toensing will be among the highlights of the Boulder Chamber Orchestra's 2014-15 season.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Broomfield vacation club scammers ordered to pay $7 million fine
A Denver judge has branded the owners of a Broomfield vacation travel club as swindlers and ordered them to pay $7 million in fines and restitution.
Broomfield's Corgenix Medical Corporation to be acquired by German firm Orgentec Diagnostika
Diana Nelson, research associate, applies samples to an ELISA plate testing the next generation Lassa virus test kit from Corgenix in Broomfield.
Ozone in Colorado mountains surprises researchers
Researchers say they're surprised by how much harmful ozone and ozone-causing chemicals are drifting into the Colorado mountains from urban and rural areas below.
Bit of this, piece of that add up to new show at Broomfield Auditorium
When: Tuesday through Oct. 4. Gallery hours are 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and during Auditorium event.
Explorations Aug. 28: RMNP's Chasm Lake is worth the trip
MISTY MOUNTAIN MORNING: Pat Quinn, of Broomfield, pauses during his descent at the junction separating the Longs Peak Trail from the Chasm Lake Trail.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Safety, 'negligent behavior' spur changes at Lafayette disc golf course
Paul Carter plays disc golf at Wankea Park in Lafayette on Wednesday. The city last week scaled back the park's disc golf course following complaints from neighbors and what officials said was "negligent behavior" by players.
My Town: Broomfield Rotary collecting for its Bikes for Kids Program
SANTA'S HELPER: Joe Mazzola works on a bike donated to the Santa Bikes program. The Broomfield Rotary Club is continuing the program in Mazzola's honor.
Boulder, Broomfield credit unions merge
Boulder Municipal Employees Federal Credit Union and Community Financial Credit Union have plans to merge following an Aug. 6 vote of BME members.
Broomfield adds to outdoor art collection
A sculpture of a playful otter, a piece depicting tall, waving ricegrass and an artistic street sign that asks viewers to make new friends all will be part of the city's permanent collection.
City Council again changes position, says new police chief must live in or move to Broomfield
At its meeting Tuesday, City Council decided the new police chief must either live in Broomfield or find a home in Broomfield within six months of accepting the job.
Metro Denver unemployment unchaged at 5.2% in July, down 1.5 points from 2013
Metro Denver's unemployment rate stood at 5.2 percent in July, unchanged from June but down 1.5 percentage points from July 2013's 6.7 percent jobless rate, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Wednesday.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Mayors answer Lafayette peer's call, are set to get all wet for good cause
Doug Berg, father of Lafayette Mayor Christine Berg, reads with his 16-month-old granddaughter, Sunniva.
Carefree Showcased on 'Manufacturing Marvels'
Carefree of Colorado announced the company will be featured in a segment of "Manufacturing Marvels" on the Fox Business Network.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
police report Aug. 18-24
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."
Sun Aug 24, 2014
NEON expands aerial work, planning hangar in Boulder
Researchers work at a National Ecological Observatory Network field site. The Boulder-based group operates 106 field sites across the United States in an effort to gather ecological data from around the country.
Boulder County second in the state in equine disease
Volunteer Caitlyn Tyrrell, of Fort Collins, leads a horse named Kai into a pen for feeding Friday at Colorado Horse Rescue.
Mountain Aviation Acquired By Private Investors
Broomfield, CO-based Mountain Aviation has been acquired by a private investment group seeking to develop the company's strong position in the turboprop and jet charter market.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Craft beer fest taps Boulder's thirst, and the crowds respond
The staff that organized the inaugural Boulder Craft Beer Festival stockpiled 2,000 tasting glasses ahead of the event, figuring maybe 1,000 people would show.