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  1. Priscilla Dann-Courtney: Removing politics from politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch, right, of Boulder County, makes the rounds of Senate offices on Capitol Hill on Feb. 9. As our plane touched down in Denver returning from Washington, D.C., I was musing about the state of the nation and looking forward to lunch. Gathering my backpack and relieved to stretch my legs, I noticed a familiar, athletic-looking man just a few rows back.

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  2. Steve Fenberg: Bigger than partisanship: the fossil fuel industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    A homeowner shows a prototype Tesla battery system that powers his Foster City, Calif. home in this 2015 photo.

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  3. Margaret D. LeCompte: An ill-conceived plan at CU SouthRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    Boulder residents need to fight ill-conceived plans by the Boulder City Council and the University of Colorado to mitigate flood threats in south Boulder. All over south Boulder, neighborhood organizations are protesting the implementation of alternative D, a vague, flawed plan for a three-story dam along U.S. 36 that deludes residents who think it will protect them.

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  4. Abigail Levene: Unfounded hysteria over GMO safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    I would like to express my concern over a recent letter to the editor, "Cherish Facts" regarding the safety of Roundup Ready and upholding science. Lacking basis in sound science and replete with misleading statements, the letter fuels the anti-science, "alternative facts" ethos it purports to protest.

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  5. Barry Aaron: Will Benghazi zealots investigate Trump's Russia ties?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    Republican congressmen, including Jason Chaffetz and Trey Gowdy, spent millions of taxpayer dollars, and countless hours, investigating Hillary Clinton over Benghazi and her private email server. Let's see if they investigate Trump's ties to Russia, a far more serious concern to American interests, with the same zeal.

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  6. Paul Gibb: A closer look at northwest rail costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    A commuter train holds five to 10 times as many passengers as a bus - and will not get caught in the even heavier traffic jams that may soon be upon us. But many in Boulder and Broomfield Counties have given up on commuter rail after learning that, even though we have paid RTD over $300 million, RTD used up all our money on other projects and has no plans to find other funding.

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  7. Susan F. Boucher: Paying twice for a travestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    I'm trying to come to grips with the fact that Cynthia Coffman is using taxpayer money to sue Boulder County, which will have to defend itself, using taxpayer money, in order to end a moratorium - which will end in a couple of months anyway. DENVER - Erie coach Steve Gratton was relegated to stands on Saturday afternoon.

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  8. Boulder County crews working to rescue teen after fall in Eldorado CanyonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    Boulder County crews are working to rescue a teen who fell while climbing in Eldorado Canyon State Park and remains stuck on a rock. According to a release, at 3:35 p.m. today a 17-year-old male fell 20 to 25 feet while climbing the "Windtower" rock feature and possibly broke his arm.

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  9. Bob Gallawa: Understanding compound interestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    The "Post-recession bounce" article contains an error that typifies the general misunderstanding of compound interest, a subject that should be hammered home in high school. The article states that a 98 percent increase in home prices in just over eight years is roughly 12 percent appreciation per year.

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  10. Boulder Creek bathroom dilemma vexes city officialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    A homeless couple, who gave their names as Saint and Hope, relax between Central Park and Boulder Creek on a warm February day in Boulder. Responding to concerns from citizens and the City Council about human waste along Boulder Creek downtown , City Manager Jane Brautigam's staff will investigate a series of possibilities for new bathrooms along the corridor.

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  11. CU Boulder proposes $39M in new spending for 2017-18Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Daily Camera

    Emily Davis, a University of Colorado freshman, reads in front of the sandstone Nobel Laureates list near Duane Towers on Boulder's campus in 2016. The University of Colorado's Boulder campus is proposing $39 million in new spending in the 2017-18 fiscal year so that it can maintain aging campus buildings, boost the salaries of its employees and offer more financial aid to needy students.

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  12. Gunbarrel resident says county violates open-meetings, open-records lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Camera

    Boulder County has been breaking Colorado open-records and open-meeting laws, a Gunbarrel resident alleged in a lawsuit she filed this week. Kristin Bjornsen charged in her Boulder District Court complaint that Boulder County commissioners have engaged in a "persistent pattern of conducting improper closed-door discussions of public business, violating the procedural requirements for conducting an executive session."

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  13. Creekside Elementary students organize kindness marchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Camera

    Three students at Boulder's Creekside Elementary wanted to celebrate kindness, so they came up with the idea for the school's first kindness march. Instead, students carried colorful handmade signs with messages of inclusiveness, such as "be courageous," "kindness makes the world go round" and "everyone belongs."

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  14. Ashley Mead's remains 'somewhere between Louisiana and Oklahoma,' police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Camera

    Boulder police now believe the 25-year-old Mead, who went missing over the weekend along with her 1-year-old daughter, likely was killed in Boulder and then dismembered outside Shreveport, La. Investigators said they believe some of Mead's body parts may have been discarded in the communities that suspect Adam Densmore, 32, drove through before being arrested in Oklahoma on Wednesday on a custody charge.

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  15. Boulder businesses 'All In' in showing image of inclusivenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Camera

    Simple in black and white, an outline of the United States, a giant flower on indeterminate species shooting up from somewhere in the middle, perhaps Kansas. And the words "Every person is welcome here."

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  16. Lucky's Market to open Fort Collins locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Camera

    Darcy Schneider bags her own groceries into a paper bag at Lucky's Market in south Boulder. The Niwot-based natural grocer is planning a Fort Collins location.

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  17. Boulder teen sentenced to work release at jail in double fatal crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Daily Camera

    Quinn Hefferan walks into the Boulder County Justice Center on Friday with his family and his attorney Michael Rafik, left. A Boulder District judge on Friday bucked recommendations by a prosecutor and defense attorney and sentenced a Boulder teen who struck and killed two people in May while driving high to a year of work release at the Boulder County Jail.

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  18. Nine Mile Corner: Erie prevails as judge dismisses Lafayette's lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Daily Camera

    Erie Town Administrator Arthur "A.J." Krieger during a hearing over the lawsuit over the Nine Mile Corner development on the border between Lafayette and Erie at the Boulder County Justice Center on Wednesday. A judge on Thursday dismissed Lafayette's condemnation case against 22 acres of Erie land slated for development at the southeast intersection of Arapahoe Road and U.S. 287.

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  19. Boulder-area therapists, spiritual leaders see Trump-era rise in stressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Daily Camera

    Lafayette's Silvine Farnell takes a minute to herself while the climate of today's government is discussed at a Spiritual Grounding for Activism meeting at Carin Christian Church in Lafayette on Feb. 8. In a cozy, candlelit room at Cairn Christian Church, a small group of older adults, mostly members, sat together last Wednesday night with their eyes closed, quietly breathing out fear and anxiety while breathing in peace and gentleness, in a visualization led by facilitator Lise Hildebrandt. It's midway through the first gathering of Holy Ground: Spiritual Grounding for Activism.

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  20. Steve Pomerance: The economics of municipalizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 30 | Daily Camera

    "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." Originally electric utilities in the U.S. competed with each other by covering the streets with multiple sets of wires, but this competition lowered prices and cut profits.

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