Monday, January 22, 2018

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Local News

Biggest snowstorm of season brings about 7 inches to Boulder - Sun, 21 Jan 2018
The biggest winter storm of the season left between a little than three inches and seven-inches-plus around Boulder County overnight and through Sunday, with Longmont reporting the least snow and Nederland the most.

Boulder County commissioners reject requiring advance permission for protests on open space lands - Sun, 21 Jan 2018
People planning protests or demonstrations on Boulder County open space and parks properties will not have to get advance written permission for holding such "public assemblies" on those county-owned lands.

Lafayette public meeting with legal firm on possible fracking ban slated for March - Sun, 21 Jan 2018
A public forum to gauge how a potential ban on oil and gas development could play out in Lafayette, and in a likely ensuing court battle, will take place in early March.

Flatirons Community Church to open Longmont 'portable' campus at Plaza Convention Center - Sat, 20 Jan 2018
The largest church in Colorado is opening one of its portable campuses in Longmont later this month.

Hundreds turn out in Broomfield to show passion of resistance still burns - Sat, 20 Jan 2018
A fire that was lit when President Donald Trump was elected, one that propelled millions of women across the country to march in protest, is still burning strong and was seen across the faces of hundreds of Broomfield marchers on Saturday.

Lyons still seeks cure after closure of town's only primary care clinic - Sat, 20 Jan 2018
Several months after Lyons lost its only primary care clinic, the effort to replace it is underway, including overtures to other medical organizations and the formation of a task force to address the issue.

Boulder County under a winter storm warning - Sat, 20 Jan 2018
Boulder County is under a winter storm warning with up to 8 inches of snow forecast before it winds down late Sunday.

Second Denver Women's March mobilizes along route and through speeches to spark power at the polls - Sat, 20 Jan 2018

People of all ages, races and genders poured into Civic Center Park as songs like "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" blasted from speakers at the center of the crowd that formed Saturday morning for Denver's 2018 Women's March.

Boulder Rural Fire chief retires after nearly 50 years - Fri, 19 Jan 2018
Longtime Boulder Rural Fire Rescue Chief Bruce Mygatt retired this week after being with the department for almost 50 years.

YWCA Boulder County announces new CEO - Fri, 19 Jan 2018
YWCA Boulder County, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women and ending racism, last week announced the hiring of a new chief executive officer.

Boulder County federal workers brace for government shutdown - Fri, 19 Jan 2018
One of Boulder County's critical economic engines is in danger of lurching to a sudden stop on Friday as thousands of employees at the area's federal research labs face the prospect of being told to stay home due to a looming federal shutdown sparked by a congressional impasse over immigration.

Government shutdown won't close Rocky Mountain National Park - Fri, 19 Jan 2018
Rocky Mountain National Park will not be closed in the event of a threatened federal government shutdown, it was announced Friday.

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