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The Boulder County Business Report
Costly ads to fuel ballot battles over fracking
Cliff Willmeng has two children and a full-time job as a registered nurse and he still devotes hours of his time every week to getting an initiative placed on the November ballot to restrict oil and gas development.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
No GOP candidates step forward to run for two Boulder County-based statehouse seats
There are no Republican candidates for two of the Colorado Legislature's Boulder County-based House districts in this year's elections, county GOP chairwoman Ellyn Hilliard said Thursday.
Centaurus students aim to raise poverty awareness
Boulder County isn't immune to poverty, and on Friday, April 25 Centaurus High School students who participate in the University of Colorado's Public Achievement program will host "A Night in the Streets" to raise awareness about its prevalence.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
5 Things To Do Today, April 16, in Boulder County
A bridge collapse on a business access road at Colo. 287 and Dillon Road in Lafayette causes three cars to fall in the creek, Sept.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Community Food Share's annual food drive off to a slow start
Tom Ross picks up donations for the Hunger Hurts the Whole Community food drive from Lucky's Market in Longmont on Monday.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Sanchez Elementary principal honored for turning around school
Doris Candelarie, principal at Sanchez International Elementary School in Lafayette, recently was named Colorado's elementary principal of the year.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Iowa City Press-Citizen
Making your own laundry detergent can be easy
It's convenient to pick up some laundry detergent at the store, but it's not difficult to create your own.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Lafayette offering "med vial" program aimed at saving time, lives
The Lafayette Fire Department has launched a free "med vial" program to ensure the paramedics responding to emergencies have quick access to vital medical information about their patients.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Late to the zombie party
The popular platitude to the contrary, sometimes you actually can judge a book by its cover or - in the case of theatre - a play by its title.
Project YES in Lafayette gearing up for SeLebration community volunteer event
Project YES volunteers show off seed boxes planted for use in new garden boxes at the organization's youth center.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Sex offender stabbed 2nd time in eight days Boulder police say a...
Boulder police say a convicted sex offender has been stabbed by a masked attacker for the second time in eight days.
Johnnie St. Vrain: Food drive begins today
Development Director Terry Tedeschi talks about donations to Community Food Share during a tour of the CFS warehouse in Louisville on Tuesday, April 8. I was impressed with their clean and efficiently run facility.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Heart of Broomfield Philanthropic Award: Tim and Laura Vincent proud to own a 'hometown business'
PHILANTHROPIC WINNERS: Tim and Laura Vincent, owners of BOSS Printing, are the recipients of the Philanthropic Award for all they do for Broomfield groups and organizations.
Boulder coalition sees role in saving seas for those at a mile high
Boulder is roughly 1,000 miles from the nearest oceanfront, but there's no reason people living a mile high, sandwiched between the plains and the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, can't help save the planet's seas.
Megan Quinn: Faith, LGBT groups host conference
A conference this weekend invites residents to talk about the ways religion and LGBT issues intersect in churches, synagogues and other faith spaces.
Canaima Outdoors CEO buys Louisville building for $2.8 million
An entity headed by Ricardo Bottome, chief executive officer of Louisville-based Canaima Outdoors Inc., purchased the Lafayette building that houses Catalyst High School for $2.825 million, according to a Boulder County property deed recorded this week.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Lafayette welcomes new Art on the Street arrivals
Sharon McClure, of Erie, walks granddaughter Pepper Brown, 6 months, down the Public Road sidewalk in Lafayette on Friday past "More to Eatus," an Art on the Street sculpture by Richard Mertineit.
Lafayette marks Cesar Chavez Day with 'Seeds of Justice' march, rally
Chanting the United Farm Workers motto "Si, se puede," about 100 students, parents, teachers and community members marched Friday afternoon down South Boulder Road, loudly and visibly displaying their support for the legacy of Cesar Chavez.
Lafayette's Centaurus students help build sculpture out of surrendered guns
Smoke billowed from behind a yellow protective screen, and the sharp sounds and smells of a circular saw piercing metal followed.
StorQuest acquires facility in Louisville, five others for $33.24M
StorQuest Self Storage, a division of the William Warren Group, continued expanding its Colorado holdings by acquiring six more facilities - including a site in Louisville - for a total of $33.24 million, officials announced this week.