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The public is invited to the Mountain View Fire Rescue ribbon cutting ceremony for their new Rescue Pumper from 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, at Mountain View Fire Rescue Station 1, 10939 Weld County Road 5, Longmont.
Businesses and nonprofits that were affected by the September flood may qualify for the Recover Colorado Business Grant and Loan Program.
A body found in an alfalfa field north of Longmont on Monday afternoon was identified Tuesday as that of Jessica Lynn Shackelford, who had been reported missing over the weekend.
A former Longmont police officer who admitted to the attempted sexual assault of a woman in Loveland was sentenced Tuesday to eight years of sex offender intensive supervised probation.
David Mitchell Johnson was arrested on the 900 block of South Coffman Street just before noon.
Airius Europe received the Innovation Award for Environmental Technology at the Environmental and Energy Awards 2014.
AAA Colorado is collecting old car batteries for recycling from Friday, April 18, to Tuesday, April 22, at Car Works of Longmont, 1046 Coffman St. There is no charge.
The Longmont Youth Council's Sticker Shock program, which starts April 26, reminds adults of the consquences of providing alcohol to minors.
One primary employer on a growth spurt is leaving Longmont, but another will quickly take over the 60,000-square-feet space being left behind.
Brandy Turner holdes her then 3-year-old son, Luke Turner, on May 28, after he was safely returned from Canada.
Authorities in Boulder County say they are searching for Jessica Lynn Shackleford , of Longmont, who has been missing since Saturday.
The U.S. Postal Service will offer extended hours Tuesday at two Boulder County post offices for the postmarking of tax returns.
Police are seeking an arrest warrant for a woman suspected of breaking out a window at her ex-boyfriend's residence on the 1000 block of Third Avenue.
Joan Gregerson, founder of a local organization called Sustainable Revolution, is inviting people to a discussion Wednesday night of what a proposed Boulder County sustainability tax could mean for Longmont.
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