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We searched the sky in vain for a red-tailed hawk. Its call was unmistakable. Then, we glanced at a nearby tree, and there was a... [Read More]
Longmont police have seen an uptick in the circulation of counterfeit bills since January, despite the enhanced security features added to U. [Read More]
It's standard operating procedure for lawmakers to declare that campaign donations by special interests do not sway them, even though the vast majority of their... [Read More]
The early story line about President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron focused on their "bromance" and Trump's puerile claim to dominance when he brushed... [Read More]
I read Will Toor's column on climate, housing, and leadership in Sunday's Camera. Toor claims to care about climate change, but as Boulder's mayor, and... [Read More]
I live in Boulder and shop for groceries, gasoline and thrift store items in Boulder, with an occasional trip to McGuckin. For the rest of... [Read More]
I have lived in the Boulder area for 93 years. We moved out of Boulder 68 years ago to an area between Louisville and Boulder. [Read More]
Big thanks to the Lafayette mayor and City Council for listening to and responding to residents of Indian Peaks and Anna's Farm regarding the proposed... [Read More]
Enough with the whining about flashing yellow turn lights, already. It's real easy. If it's flashing yellow, proceed if safe and clear. [Read More]
Ginnie Albright sat in her wheelchair Thursday in one of the dining halls of The Peaks Care Center playing bingo with family and her boyfriend,... [Read More]
Katie Gambardella, a third-grade teacher at Lafayette's Ryan Elementary, has worked in five different Colorado school districts in her 14-year career, growing increasingly frustrated as... [Read More]
Affordable, sustainable housing is among the most vexing problems both Boulder and the University of Colorado are facing, local leaders said. [Read More]
A University of Colorado professor and doctoral candidate traveled to Washington, D.C., this week to present at a congressional briefing. [Read More]
The Boulder County Sheriff's Office is asking permission for school resource officers to store their long-range rifles in gun safes at Lyons Middle/Senior and Niwot... [Read More]
Plans by Denver-based Crestone Peak Resources to drill for oil and gas in Boulder County have been delayed yet again, this time by a change... [Read More]
Longmont residents can talk informally to a pair of their City Council members about any topic on Saturday morning, during this month's "Coffee with Council"... [Read More]
Traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction on South Pratt Parkway between Boston and Colorado avenues as crews prepare to demolish... [Read More]
Eisenhower Elementary School in Boulder is currently on lockout due to police activity in the area, officials said. [Read More]
Boulder Book Store is celebrating Saturday's Independent Bookstore Day with sales, giveaways, food and exclusive merchandise. [Read More]
Broomfield-based Ball Corporation has announced a cash dividend of 10 cents per share, payable June 15, to shareholders of record as of June 1,... [Read More]