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Thursday, July 14,2011

Xcel debate was just heating up when talks broke off

By Jefferson Dodge
Before talks between Xcel and the city broke off Thursday, battle lines had been drawn for what would have been a momentous Boulder City Council meeting on July 19 regarding the company''s proposal for a 20-year franchise agreement heavy on wind energy.
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Thursday, July 7,2011

Network to nowhere

Longmont must overcome corporate cash to use own fiber-optic network

By Jefferson Dodge
As Boulder leaders ponder whether to put a symbolic measure opposing “corporate personhood” on the ballot this fall, Longmont officials may again be facing a real-life uphill battle against well-funded corporate interests when it comes to an election initiative.
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Friday, July 1,2011

New federal memo targets dispensaries

By Jefferson Dodge
A Department of Justice official has issued a new memo that seems to place medical marijuana dispensaries square in the crosshairs of federal agents.
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Thursday, June 16,2011

Medical marijuana advocates set to file constitutional challenge

By Jefferson Dodge
Kathleen Chippi, a Nederland resident and former dispensary owner, says that within the next week, she plans to file a constitutional challenge to legislation such as HB 1284, which sets up strict regulations and surveillance systems for dispensaries and other medical marijuana operations in the state.
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Thursday, June 9,2011

Plague passes, with rabies on its heels

By Jefferson Dodge
On June 3, Boulder County Public Health (BCPH) announced that a domestic cat and a dead squirrel tested positive for plague. The cat lived in the 2500 block of 6th Street, and the squirrel was found at 8th Street and Maxwell Avenue.
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Thursday, May 19,2011

We The Corporations

Movement to reverse corporate personhood comes to Boulder

By Jefferson Dodge
The decision prompted an outcry from some who said it equated money with free speech and gave companies carte blanche to outspend the competition on ads for their favored candidates, skewing the democratic process even more toward the corporate elite.
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Thursday, May 12,2011

Father, son & holy toast

By Jefferson Dodge
Gene Spriggs formed the Twelve Tribes in 1972 in Chattanooga, Tenn. The group created the Yellow Deli soon after because, according to the group's website, they hoped to create a place where they could work for a living and still be together, learning all about their Saviour and his Teachings.
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Friday, March 25,2011

AG Suthers mum on bank foreclosure negotiations

By Jefferson Dodge
As the states’ attorneys general continue settlement negotiations with large banks accused of foreclosure shenanigans, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers is not tipping his hat on what reforms he favors, despite the fact that some of his Republican colleagues are doing so.
Thursday, March 24,2011

Cocoa love

Owner of new locally focused chocolate shop spills the beans

By Jefferson Dodge
Sarah Amorese is all about chocolate. If it has cocoa, she wants it in her new Pearl Street store.
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Thursday, March 17,2011

Turbulence

Critics question impact of proposed Longmont airport expansion

By Jefferson Dodge
A local group of activists, primarily composed of those who live near the airport, has raised concerns in the past about possible effects of an expanded runway, including noise, environmental impacts, decreased home values, even effects on schoolchildren in the area.
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