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On a hot day with little shade to spare outside Spangler Elementary School, Peggy Soderborg thought fondly of water pistols.
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Hundreds of people turned out on Main Street Friday night in downtown Longmont for the first ArtWalk of the year.
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Every day as I drive busy Third Avenue, I see a large banner saying "Ron Paul Revolution" posted on the back of a house .
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Under a stormy sky and a week before school concluded for the 2012-13 year, art students of Skyline High School finally were able to unveil their city sponsored public art project, a Colorado themed mural covering all sides of an electrical switch box that sits next to the school.
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Friday, mostly sunny with a high near 87. West-southwest wind around 6 mph becoming south southeast in the afternoon.
A group of Hispanic parents concerned that their children are facing discrimination at Twin Peaks Charter School met with school officials and St.
Longmont Police Sgt. Todd Chambers, right, shakes hands with Public Safety Chief Mike Butler, left, during a promotion ceremony, Thursday, May 16, 2013, at the Longmont Police Department.
Proposals that could lead to a new city-run ambulance service and alter the work firefighters do prompted the firefighters union to preemptively reach out to the Longmont City Council this week to warn that the some of the proposed changes could endanger both residents and firefighters.
Anthony Trock knelt down to allow a group of Indian Peaks Elementary School kindergartners pet the chicken in his hands.
Dyer Productions and Dickens Opera House have released a CD of selected performances from shows at Dickens, a downtown Longmont venue.
Food assistance in Boulder County has increased rapidly in the past five years. Since April 2007, clients of the Boulder County Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program have jumped from 8,848 to 21,250 as of April 2013, a 240 percent increase.
ArtWalk, which occurs three times a year during the warm months, brings visitors to downtown businesses and other venues that feature art and performances for the respective evenings.
After donating more than $275,000 last year, Left Hand Brewing Company hopes to expand its giving this year with the launch of a foundation that would provide emergency funding.
A Longmont man who was issued the city's first-ever texting-while-driving ticket was found not guilty of the rare charge in Boulder County Court on Monday following an unusually rigorous defense for a traffic infraction.
The Sierra Club and Earthwatch may join an oil and gas lawsuit involving the city of Longmont, but may not expand the issues under consideration, a Boulder County District Court judge said in one of a series of rulings Monday.
The fair is a spin-off of the machining program FRCC set up earlier this year to meet the growing demand companies on the Front Range have for that particular skill.
Wednesday, a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 81.