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  1. Cone zones: Nov. 19, 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 15 | Daily Camera

    Foothills Parkway/Diagonal Highway: Off-ramp from Foothills Parkway to westbound Diagonal Highway will be closed through later this month for work on the Diagonal Crossing Development. Valmont Road: Valmont Road is closed through sometime next week to through traffic between 30th Street and Foothills Parkway for a BNSF railroad crossing replacement and other transportation improvements.

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  2. Oil and gas company drops all plans to drill beneath Rocky Flats following intense backlashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 15 | Daily Camera

    A company with plans to drill for oil and gas underneath the long-shuttered Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant, which prompted a loud outcry from Superior residents worried about the potential disturbance of buried plutonium, said Thursday it will drop all efforts to develop minerals on the edge of the 6,200-acre site northwest of Denver. A company with plans to drill for oil and gas underneath the long-shuttered Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant, which prompted a loud outcry from Superior residents worried about the potential disturbance of buried plutonium, said Thursday it will drop all efforts to develop minerals on the edge of the 6,200-acre site northwest of Denver.

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  3. Drilling in SuperiorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Daily Camera

    Don Wollenzin of Arvada bikes at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge on Sept. 15. Highlands Natural Resources Corp. last month applied for a spacing plan for wells on a 2,560-acre site where records suggest it has leased minerals in the area of the refuge.

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  4. Oil and gas firm drops bid for Superior wells, but still hopes to drill beneath Rocky FlatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | Daily Camera

    Don Wollenzin of Arvada bikes at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge on Sept. 15. Highlands Natural Resources Corp. last month applied for a spacing plan for wells on a 2,560-acre site where records suggest it has leased minerals in the area of the refuge.

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  5. Superior thrust into oil and gas debate as drilling near Rocky Flats loomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 12 | Daily Camera

    Don Wollenzin of Arvada bikes at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge on Sept. 15. Highlands Natural Resources Corp. last month applied for a spacing plan for wells on a 2,560-acre site where records suggest it has leased minerals in the area of the refuge.

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  6. Rocky Mountain Fire ballot issue sputters, spotlighting turbulent relationship with SuperiorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Daily Camera

    Crews from Rocky Mountain Fire District were among personnel from multiple agencies that responded to a duplex fire in Superior in 2014. Boulder County voters' narrow rejection of the Rocky Mountain Fire District's "de-Gallagherization" ballot bid, a property tax law work-around, stood in stark contrast to passage of similar ballot measures for fire districts across the state this election.

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  7. Skladzinski, Lish and Shah elected to Superior leadership, latest returns showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 7 | Daily Camera

    Updated vote tallies suggest that Superior's three leading trustee candidates will clinch seats in the town's leadership, even as Wednesday's returns showed them winning by slim margins. Laura Skladzinski, who has lead the six-candidate pool with a roughly 24 percent of votes since the first early results were released Tuesday night, is the surest lock for the board.

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  8. Sandie Hammerly: Vote no on Issue 6A's blank checkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 1 | Daily Camera

    As a 15-year resident of the town of Superior, I could not be more appreciative of the service provided by the fire fighters of the Rocky Mountain Fire District. Without them, and the fire fighters in neighboring towns, my townhome community could have experienced a far greater loss when a tragic fire struck our neighborhood nearly 10 years ago.

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  9. Workout review: Chill beginner yoga class in Superior is intimidation-freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 24 | Daily Camera

    Callie Frey works out during the Yoga 1 class at Fearless Motion Dance Center in Superior last week. She earned her yoga teacher training certification for both adults and kids before opening Fearless Motion Dance Center in September with her sister and mother.

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  10. Todd Christensen: Eric Rutherford's positions built on integrityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 23 | Daily Camera

    What's happening in House District 33? The people of Superior, Broomfield and Erie need to know and vote accordingly on Nov. 6. Matt Gray, incumbent Democratic state representative is not supporting Proposition 112 - a requirement to make oil and gas wells stay 2,500 feet away from houses, schools and parks. Worse, he has taken campaign donations from Anadarko, the company responsible for the explosion that caused the deaths of two people in Firestone.

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  11. Superior may drop traditional listserv platform for Reddit, new communication techRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 20 | Daily Camera

    Superior officials will examine new mediums for how it communicates with residents, potentially shifting away from the traditional listserv platform and email blasts many small town communities have come to know in recent years. Trustees will convene a work session on Monday to explore a series of options for new ways to send out community-wide notifications that eschew the costs typically associated with municipal communication platforms.

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  12. Superior man accused of having briefcase "full of drugs," illegal marijuana grow is chargedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2018 | Daily Camera

    A Superior man accused of selling a variety of drugs and running an illegal marijuana grow out of his home was charged at the Boulder County Jail Thursday afternoon. James Daniel Kavanagh, 50, is facing 10 felonies, including possession of controlled substances, eight counts of distribution of controlled substances, and cultivation of 24 or more marijuana plants.

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  13. Study suggests redevelopment, other options may be needed for Louisville's McCaslin corridorRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2018 | Daily Camera

    Ryan Creager laughs with a customer as he makes drinks at Paul's Coffee & Tea in Louisville on Wednesday afternoon. A market study examining options ahead of a potential retail crisis along Louisville's McCaslin Corridor has drawn some familiar conclusions: redevelopment and alternative design may be necessary in the post-big box store era.

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  14. Arrest affidavit: Superior man had briefcase "full of drugs," 131 marijuana plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2018 | Daily Camera

    The Boulder County Drug Task Force has arrested a Superior man accused of selling a variety of drugs after police found more than five types of drugs and more than 100 marijuana plants during a raid on his home in August. James Daniel Kavanagh, 50, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of 12 charges, including multiple counts of possession with intent to distribute MDMA, LSD, methcathinone, oxycodone, cocaine, alprazolam, better known by the name brand Xanax, and diazepam, better known by the name brand Valium.

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  15. Boulder County adds pair of 24-hour mail ballot return boxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2018 | Daily Camera

    One is outside Lyons Town Hall, 432 Fifth Ave. The second is outside the Nederland Community Center, 750 N. Colo. 72. People can return their completed ballots at those two drop-off boxes, 24 hours a day through 7 p.m. Election Day, Nov. 6, as well as at any of 12 other ballot return boxes locations in Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville and Superior.

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  16. Report: Louisville should forgo extensive, residential fiber...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2018 | Daily Camera

    Louisville should eschew any future plans to usher in a fiber optic broadband network across its neighborhoods and individual homes and should instead explore options for connecting its community hubs, a feasibility report unveiled this week suggests. The report - compiled by broadband consulting firm VantagePoint Solutions - comes nearly a year after Louisville residents voted to free the city from Senate Bill 152, the law passed in 2005 restricting local governments from using taxpayer dollars to build expensive broadband networks.

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  17. Superior might urge residents to vote 'no' on Rocky Mountain Fire District ballot initiativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2018 | Daily Camera

    The Superior Board of Trustees will vote Monday on a resolution urging residents to reject Boulder County Ballot Issue 6A, citing the vagueness of the initiative that would allow the Rocky Mountain Fire Protection District to raise its mill levy when the residential assessment rate is lowered. The resolution's language reads: "Homeowners have an interest in knowing with clarity the amount they will pay annually for mill levies and property taxes and should not be faced with potentially unknown increases that deviate from the current methodology of applying a fixed mill levy to assessed property valuation."

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  18. Superior leaders officially ask voters to reject Rocky Mountain Fire ballot issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 8, 2018 | Daily Camera

    When Superior residents go to the polls next month, those wishing to vote no on Ballot Issue 6A - allowing the Rocky Mountain Fire Protection District to raise its mill levy when the residential assessment rate is lowered, otherwise known as "de-Gallagherization" - will do so with town leadership's blessing. With a split vote and after an often contentious discussion Monday evening, the Superior Board of Trustees sanctioned a resolution urging residents to reject the ballot issue, citing the vagueness and flawed nature of a proposal that also would allow the district's mill levy to fall back if the assessment rate were to rise.

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  19. Restaurant review: MisakiRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2018 | Daily Camera

    Hours: 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday Noise Level: Low, and the main distraction was not auditory, but watching the sashimi carving video playing behind the sushi bar. A Misaki nigiri plate with maguro, toro, kina salmon, saba ebi, ankimo, uni and ama ebi.

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  20. Superior Elementary piloting therapy dog program, Boulder Prep training rescue as therapy dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2018 | Daily Camera

    Pepper, a gentle 10-year-old Portuguese water dog, recently made the rounds at Superior Elementary School, letting enthusiastic students pet his fluffy coat and give him kisses. Pepper, a regular at the 400-student school, stayed still and calm even as student on the autism spectrum grabbed more than petted.

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