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Longmont City Council to consider condemning U.S. Capitol breach
Longmont City Council members on Tuesday night are to consider condemning the breach of the U.S. Capitol in Washington,
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Bankrupt Christopher & Banks closing local clothing stores
Christopher & Banks Inc. (OMCMKTS: CBKC), a national chain of clothing retailers, is shuttering locations in Northern Colorado as the firm navigates a Chapter 11
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Erie Sustainability Advisory Board looks ahead to plans for 2021
After seeing numerous successes last year from its first five year Sustainability Master Plan, Erie’s Sustainability Advisory Board is planning to aim high for more in
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Boulder Valley School District changes COVID-19 dashboard to include quarantine info
Boulder Valley School District updated and changed its reporting metrics to align better with other districts over the weekend to now include
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Boulder Chamber: COVID-19 relief dominates priority wish list for city leaders
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crises dominated virtually all aspects of life in 2020, and the virus’ impacts continue to feature heavily in 2021 as the Boulder Chamber puts forth its list of priorities in advance of the Boulder City
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16th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration held in Lafayette
The city of Lafayette’s Youth Advisory Commission, in partnership with the Centaurus High School Student Council, held its 16th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration on Monday for community members to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his
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Public invited to attend virtual forum with final 2 Broomfield Municipal Judge candidates
The city and county of Broomfield has narrowed the search for a Presiding Municipal Judge to two
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A teaching moment at Denver’s Martin Luther King Jr. statue as Marade goes virtual
As COVID-19 forced Denver's annual Marade into a virtual event, Davian Hudley and her grandmother arrived at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in City Park wearing their Sunday best on a steely and frigid Monday in
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Trio of mountain lions caught on camera roaming Georgetown at night
A trio of mountain lions have been caught on camera roaming Georgetown at
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Eli Parquet stepping up big for Buffs basketball
Colorado men's basketball junior guard Eli Parquet has taken a larger role for the Buffs. By Logan Standard. The post Eli Parquet stepping up big for Buffs basketball appeared first on
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CHSAANow.com preseason prep basketball rankings: Cherry Creek, Grandview atop 5A boys, girls top 15
Could Cherry Creek take home football and boys basketball state trophies this school
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Mountain town band on a mission to play music ‘anywhere the wind takes us’
When The Barefoot Family Caravan isn't playing music wherever the wind takes them, the band takes their music all around the Pikes Peak
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Avalanche off to L.A., Anaheim in mini-bubble settings
While no longer confined to a secure setting, NHL road trips are now bubbles unto
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State launches COVID vaccine education campaign to fight misinformation
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment launched the “Get the COVID-19 Vaccine Facts” campaign Monday, aiming to educate Coloradans about the
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Encrypted Messaging App Signal Sees Surge in Popularity Following WhatsApp Privacy Policy Update
Encrypted messaging app Signal faced big delays in verifying the phone numbers of new accounts on Thursday because of a sudden surge in people
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Amazon Pledging More Than $2 Billion for Affordable Housing in Three Hub Cities
The online retailing giant is planning to make investments over the next five years in and around three of its employment
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Executive Order Addressing the Threat Posed By Applications and Other Software Developed or Controlled By Chinese Companies | The White House
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency
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Archaeology is going digital to harness the power of Big Data
Combining traditional “pick and trowel” field work with a sweeping birds-eye
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Iran Increases Uranium Enrichment at Key Nuclear Facility
The decision to resume enriching uranium to 20 percent could bring the country closer to the capacity to produce a nuclear
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Julian Assange cannot be extradited to US, British judge rules
Judge says it would be ‘oppressive’ to extradite WikiLeaks founder to US, citing concerns for his mental
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Google workers announce plans to unionize
The Alphabet Workers Union will be open to all employees and contractors at Google’s parent
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Infinitely zooming botanical floral paradise
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Canada: Do not to let moose lick your car
The moose like the road salt splashed onto the cars, says a national parks
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A Remembrance of Forrest Fenn
My friend Forrest Burke Fenn passed away at the age of 90 earlier this month, and if I have anything to say about it, far too
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Laser-Guided Lightning May Help Prevent Wildfires
Small, portable laser pointers could be used to guide lightning strikes, with a study suggesting the technology may prevent bolts from sparking wildfires, a researcher told AFP
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