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  1. B- Line trainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Camera

    The Regional Transportation District opened its new B Line in Westminster on Monday morning with plenty of talk about how the new commuter rail line is the first part of a train that eventually will extend through Boulder to Longmont. Westminster-area residents rode the commuter rail lines between Westminster and Denver after the opening, marveling at the train, which takes between 11 and 13 minutes to make the journey one-way.

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  2. RTD launches B Line train that one day will reach Boulder, LongmontRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Daily Camera

    Am on the @RideRTD B line, timing it from Westminster to Union Station. Advertised as 11 minutes one way pic.twitter.com/z22JnKQqrM The Regional Transportation District opened its new B Line in Westminster this morning with plenty of talk about how the new commuter rail line is the first part of a train that eventually will extend through Boulder to Longmont.

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  3. Charles Krauthammer: The EU's existential crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | Daily Camera

    Given their arrogance, pomposity and habitual absurdities, it is hard not to feel a certain satisfaction with the comeuppance that Brexit has delivered to the unaccountable European Union bureaucrats in Brussels. Nonetheless, we would do well to refrain from smug condescension.

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  4. Community bicycle ride to celebrate completion of U.S. 36 bikewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | Daily Camera

    A community ride along the U.S. 36 bikeway is set for Saturday to celebrate the opening of the 18-mile bike path along the Boulder-Denver corridor. The community ride will start at at 9:30 a.m. in the Avista Adventist Hospital parking lot in Louisville at 100 Health Park Drive and end at the RTD Table Mesa Station in Boulder for activities that will conclude at noon.

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  5. Rocky Flats LoungeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2016 | Daily Camera

    Wyman Stacey and his wife Pat Stacey, owners of Rocky Flats Lounge, plan to repair the bar after a fire destroyed it last July. Wyman Stacey is getting close to rebuilding the Rocky Flats Lounge, a bar housed in the former payroll building of the Rocky Flats Plant and known for its Friday fish fries and Green Bay Packers games.

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  6. Owner of Rocky Flats Lounge close to rebuilding after fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 4, 2016 | Daily Camera

    Wyman Stacey and his wife Pat Stacey, owners of Rocky Flats Lounge, plan to repair the bar after a fire destroyed it last July. Wyman Stacey is getting close to rebuilding the Rocky Flats Lounge, a bar housed in the former payroll building of the Rocky Flats Plant and known for its Friday fish fries and Green Bay Packers games.

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  7. 'If you build it, they will come,' Longmont councilman says of possible RTD northwest railRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Daily Camera

    Longmont City Council members tried to make a few things abundantly clear to RTD officials during the joint meeting Thursday night - they want the rail and they want it sooner rather than later. They want the rail sooner even if it means the promised commuter rail line is not the "Cadillac" option, as both Councilman Brian Bagley and City Manager Harold Dominguez referred to the current service plan.

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  8. Wage complaint transparency bill passes Colorado HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Daily Camera

    A bill that would make public wage complaints in Colorado passed the Colorado House Wednesday morning and is headed to the Senate. House Bill 16-1347 was sponsored by State Rep. Jessie Danielson, D-Wheat Ridge.

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  9. Lafayette library eyes membership in consortium despite increased costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2016 | Daily Camera

    Lafayette Public Library aims to extend its catalog from about 70,000 materials to more than 30 million - but the expansion comes at a price. Melissa Hisel, the library's interim director, is eyeing membership in the Front Range Library Consortium, but the price tag associated with joining the group is giving city staff and councilmembers pause.

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  10. Many Colorado schools still failing after years, millions of dollarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2016 | Daily Camera

    Administrative assistant Lisa Martinez dances with students during a morning pep rally Friday at Trevista Elementary in Denver, which posted a dramatic 24-point improvement in math proficiency. Colorado's failing schools, some with as little as 15 percent of students passing standard math exams, were given five years and millions of dollars in federal aid to turn themselves around.

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  11. Labor protestersRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2016 | Daily Camera

    A labor protester for Carpenters Local Union 55, who did not want to give his name, demonstrates against labor practices by a subcontractor at the Hilton Garden Inn/Embassy Suites project on the corner of 28th Street and Canyon Boulevard on Wednesday. One of Boulder's largest construction projects - the Hilton Garden Inn and Embassy Suites at 28th Street and Canyon Boulevard - is the site of a 2-week-old labor protest in which a carpenters union is alleging unfair wage practices.

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  12. Labor protesters allege unfair wage practices at Boulder hotel siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2016 | Daily Camera

    A labor protester for Carpenters Local Union 55, who did not want to give his name, demonstrates against labor practices by a subcontractor at the Hilton Garden Inn/Embassy Suites project on the corner of 28th Street and Canyon Boulevard on Wednesday. One of Boulder's largest construction projects - the Hilton Garden Inn and Embassy Suites at 28th Street and Canyon Boulevard - is the site of a 2-week-old labor protest in which a carpenters union is alleging unfair wage practices.

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  13. Colorado rents retain momentum, but fewer areas risingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 1, 2016 | Daily Camera

    An apartment building at 21st and Lawrence streets in the Arapahoe Square neighborhood on December 4, 2015, in Denver, Colorado. Apartment rent increases continued on a glide path in many parts of the state, retaining enough momentum to keep Colorado ahead of the U.S. averages in January, according to an update from Apartment List .

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  14. RTD adds buses, set to restore 86X to ease Flatiron Flyer overcrowdingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2016 | Daily Camera

    The Regional Transportation District has added five morning and five evening buses to the Flatiron Flyer 4 route, which travels between Boulder Junction and Denver's Civic Center, in response to overcrowding. To take pressure off the Denver-Boulder routes and improve travel times, RTD also plans to restore the 86X, which went between Westminster and Denver along U.S. 36, as the Flatiron Flyer 86. Denver-Boulder Flatiron Flyer buses would no longer stop in Westminster and would instead go straight from Broomfield to downtown Denver.

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  15. Arctic Prairie Dog Half and 10K back in Louisville SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | Daily Camera

    Peedy the Prairie Dog is mascot for the Arctic Prairie Dog Half and 10K, which will be Sunday in Louisville. If you've done much trail running in Boulder County, you've most certainly seen prairie dogs on open lands.

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  16. After hiccup, Denver-to-Boulder RTD buses primed to win key traffic privilegeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2016 | Daily Camera

    The new Flatiron Flyer buses at the downtown Boulder station on Monday. A bill before the legislature will allow the buses to use the U.S. 36 shoulder, which should help prevent most delays With Colorado's legislative session set to begin Wednesday, transportation planners can exhale.

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  17. License plate number leads to burglary suspect, Longmont police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2016 | Daily Camera

    Longmont police are crediting a civilian employee with obtaining a license plate number that led officers to a man they say attempted to burglarize two car washes in late December. Longmont police obtained an arrest warrant for Savage accusing him of two counts of attempted burglary and one count each of felony criminal mischief and misdemeanor criminal mischief.

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  18. Gina McAfee, et al.: Flatiron Flyer is an investment in the Northwest regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2015 | Daily Camera

    The Regional Transportation District unveiled the new Flatiron Flyer bus design at the Broomfield Park-n-Ride in June. We believe the Flatiron Flyer Bus Rapid Transit service, which begins Jan. 3, represents a pivotal moment that will transform how people travel in the U.S. 36 corridor and beyond.

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  19. RTD bus service at 144th and Orchard Parkway starts Jan. 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2015 | Daily Camera

    Beginning Jan. 4, the Regional Transportation District will begin weekday bus service to 144th Avenue nd Orchard Parkway, serving the Orchard Town Center and St. Anthony North Health Campus in Westminster, as well as the Lowe's and Walmart centers at 136th Avenue, according to a news release from Smart Commute Metro North. Karen Stuart, executive director Smart Commute and a former Broomfield mayor, in the release said, "Smart Commute has been working with RTD to expand service throughout the north metro area, and the new Route 8 service to 144th and Orchard Parkway will provide much needed service for people working at these employment centers.

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  20. Blue Christmas: Broomfield police make sure holiday is merry for hundreds of kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2015 | Daily Camera

    Broomfield police officers, Meredith Durham, left, and Heidi Scott look for the right Christmas gifts at the Walmart Supercenter on Friday. The two were part of a contingent who picked, wrapped and handed out gifts to more than 200 kids as part of the Santa Cops program.

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