On Tuesday, Aug. 16, Boulder City Council will hold a public hearing on whether there should be a referendum on the city ballot in November regarding the 2010 U.S. Supreme Court decision that extended constitutional rights to corporations and equated money with free speech.
A public grand opening for the new Boulder County Sheriff ’s Office headquarters building will be held at on Monday, Aug.1.
Tours of the new facility, located at 5600 Flatiron Pkwy. in Boulder, will be offered until 7 p.m., following a 1 p.m. dedication ceremony.
Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) has confirmed the first case of West Nile virus (WNV) in Colorado for the 2011 season. A 47-year-old Longmont woman reported that she first became ill on July 4.
She developed a severe headache, body aches and extreme fatigue. She was not hospitalized, and her symptoms have since improved.
The Boulder County Commissioners are reviewing proposals for reopening the Nederland area sort yard on a limited basis this year to accept additional slash and logs from county residents. More information on potential dates and hours for these extra collections will be released later this summer.
According to a news release, senior groups, school tours and 'organizations of differently-abled people' - who are a special focus of the carousel's nonprofit mission - have been regular visitors to the carousel, where junior docents educate them about the attraction's history.
Boulder-based EVOL Foods and YMCA of Boulder Valley will host an outdoor adult “field day” on Saturday, June 18, at the YMCA in Lafayette. A registration fee of $25 includes access to all EVOL Games events, a commemorative shirt, lunch, a chance at prizes and a ticket to the EVOL Games after-party.