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After a 2012 filled with big headlines in Colorado, many expected a calmer year this year.
Boulder County on Thursday sent its response to a lawsuit it faces regarding its planned subdivision paving improvement district.
Roger Killion, of Interwest Consulting Group, at right, operates a backhoe while working to extend a culvert for an emergency access on Wagonwheel Gap Road on Thursday, Nov. 14, in Boulder County.
Longmont Humane Society officials pleaded guilty Thursday on behalf of the organization to misdemeanor ownership of a dangerous dog and paid $900.52 in restitution for injuries the dog caused in an attack, according to court records.
Officials with the Boulder Ranger District of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests have announced completion of a land swap deal with Boulder County's Sugar Loaf Fire Protection District.
Holland Russo demonstrates the best way to hold a chicken at a community seminar in Broomfield on Wednesday night.
Mental Health Partners, which had opened but has since closed a drop-in help center in Longmont's First Evangelical Lutheran Church, is opening a new drop-in center in Lyons.
This year the CBA YLD is teaming up with the Boulder County Bar Association to promote A Precious Child's Precious Gift Program.
There are many spectacular New Year's Eve and New Year's Day celebrations across Colorado this year.
Boulder County commissioners Tuesday appropriated more than $1 million to cover at least part of the unbudgeted flood-related expenses the sheriff's office incurred in September and October.
Jackie Long, of Boulder, hangs onto her hood as high winds blow along the Pearl Street Mall on Tuesday.
A several mile long stretch of U.S. 36 north of Boulder has been closed this afternoon because of high winds in the area, according to public safety officials.
Boulder County commissioners are inviting owners of properties in unincorporated residential subdivisions to apply to serve on an advisory panel that'll be helping guide county decisions about rehabilitating paved roads in those subdivisions.
Oskar Blues Brewery, which opened its first brewpub and grill 16 years ago in Lyons, is eyeing Superior Town Center as a site for its fourth Boulder County location.
It's not time yet to "pave paradise and put up a parking lot." But it's getting a little closer.