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Northwest study could alter FasTracks vote
A 13-month study of the transit needs of communities along the U.S. 36 corridor could result in much-needed consensus but also trigger a new vote on the FasTracks program.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Boulder County extends oil and gas moratorium for 18 months
Boulder County's 16-month-old moratorium on accepting new applications for oil and gas development in unincorporated areas of the county will be extended for another 18 months, county commissioners decided Tuesday afternoon.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
G'Knight Riders wheel their bicycles through central Longmont
Fleets of families cycled down downtown Longmont's Main Street on Saturday evening, in one of the highlights of this year's edition of the G'Knight Ride.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Colorado city wants more than just a ban on fracking
The latest effort by a group of Coloradans to protect their community from frackers goes further than the bans and moratoriums recently put in place by Boulder, Fort Collins, and Longmont .
Lafayette activists petition for fracking ban
Anti-fracking activists in Lafayette have launched a petition drive for a ballot measure that would enact a ban on hydraulic fracturing and other oil/gas extraction methods within city limits.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Lafayette anti-fracking effort draws canvassers
The task of collecting 950 signatures from registered Lafayette voters may take a while, but members of anti-fracking advocacy group East Boulder County United were encouraged Tuesday when 25 people showed up to a meeting to volunteer to collect the signatures.
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Nursery seeks funds for project in Lafayette
The Boulder Day Nursery is fundraising in hopes that construction can begin next summer on a 10,000 to 12,000-square-foot Lafayette Community School.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Five injured in rollover accident on Colo. 93 south of Boulder
A Lafayette man suffered life-threatening injuries Thursday when he was ejected from his vehicle in a head-on collision on Colo.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Grieving mother given wrong remains
A mother's grief is compounded by a logistical nightmare that sent her home with the wrong baby's remains.
Group kicks off campaign to get anti-fracking measure on Lafayette ballot
East Boulder County United, an anti-fracking advocacy group, will begin a petition drive next week to get a measure on the November ballot that would prohibit any new oil and gas extraction within Lafayette city limits.
Protecting mothers: New crime law sidesteps silly personhood movement
Women who want to carry their pregnancies to term and become victims of crimes just got a boost from the Statehouse, which crafted it in such a way to preserve the right to choose to have an abortion in Colorado.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Lafayette woman suffers serious injuries after being run over in parking lot Saturday
A 53-year-old woman was airlifted to Denver Health Medical Center with serious injuries on Saturday, after Lafayette police say she was run over by a car in the parking lot of Zamparelli's Italian Bistro, near the intersection of Arapahoe Road and 95th Street.
Out from behind the curtain
Lafayette resident Sondra Blanchard's new Public Works Theatre Company will take the stage for its first show later this month.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Lafayette council approves 'remote attendance'
The Lafayette City Council on Tuesday night became the first municipal governing body in Boulder County to allow its elected members to "attend" and fully participate in meetings remotely by phone, video or Internet.
Lafayette chef strips bitterness from collard greens with a hot lemon chive dressing
Ashley Forrest, head chef at Coal Creek Meals on Wheels, pours the dressing on her collard greens to finish the recipe at First United Methodist Church of Lafayette.
SnarfBurger to open at former KARZ, Sonic drive-in site in Lafayette
A SnarfBurger restaurant is planned for 985 S. Public Road in Lafayette, a drive-in restaurant property previously occupied by KARZ Drive-In and Sonic, officials announced Tuesday.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Lafayette to consider 'remote attendance' by council members
Lafayette could become the first municipality in Boulder County -- and quite possibly in the state -- to allow its elected leaders to attend council meetings and vote on ordinances without ever stepping into City Hall.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Boulder Council to consider fracking moratorium Tuesday
Boulder's leaders listened with great interest last week, when at a joint meeting of community officials, Longmont's city attorney gave an update on the slow progress of two lawsuits looking to block the town's efforts to regulate fracking and eliminate a voter-approved measure to ban it.
Fri May 31, 2013
Boulder County women seek civil unions more than men
The number of women entering into civil unions in Boulder County far outpaced men throughout the month of May, under a new state law that took effect at the start of the month.
The Mod Cabin: A beard oil review
If you have been paying attention , you would have noticed that there's a series afoot here in Examiner-land. This series, complete with product introductions and reviews, has been all about beard oils.