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Thursday, June 27,2013

Hostel hostility

Plan for climbers’ lodge has Eldorado Springs in a tizzy

By Jefferson Dodge
A plan to convert the Eldorado Springs Post Office building into a hostel for climbers has gotten some members of the small community up in arms.
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Thursday, June 20,2013

County farmer to supply locally grown beans to CU, schools

By Jefferson Dodge
In a continuing effort to keep more locally grown food from being shipped out of state, Boulder County is brokering an initiative that will send a Longmont farmer’s pinto beans to the kitchens of the University of Colorado and local school districts.
Thursday, June 13,2013

Lack of profits may force RMPJC thrift store to close

By Jefferson Dodge
Rockin’ Betty’s, the thrift store opened by the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center last October, will have to shut its doors at the end of June if it doesn’t turn a profit this month.
Thursday, June 13,2013

Lafayette activists petition for fracking ban

By Jefferson Dodge
Anti-fracking activists in Lafayette have launched a petition drive for a ballot measure that would enact a ban on hydraulic fracturing and other oil/gas extraction methods within city limits.
Thursday, June 13,2013

COGA agrees to drop 'takings' claim in fracking suit against Longmont

By Jefferson Dodge
A judge has granted a motion dismissing a claim in the Colorado Oil and Gas Association’s lawsuit against the city of Longmont over its ban on fracking, or hydraulic fracturing.
Thursday, April 25,2013

CU: New industry group not a threat to academic freedom

By Jefferson Dodge
University of Colorado leaders say that a recently announced push for more collaboration with industry does not mean the corporatization of the university or pose a threat to academic freedom, the publication of research findings or the faculty’s control over the curriculum.
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Thursday, March 28,2013

Intelligent irrigation: using less water for lawns and gardens in Boulder

By Jefferson Dodge
The reality, they point out, is that we live in an arid environment, and instead of worrying so much about keeping front lawns green, perhaps we should adopt outdoor watering patterns that are more consistent with the hand that Mother Nature has dealt us locally.
Thursday, March 28,2013

State resurrects fund that compensates communities for oil/gas impacts

By Jefferson Dodge
The state has resumed pouring millions of dollars into a 35-year-old fund that aims to offset impacts caused by oil and gas operations and other forms of resource extraction.
Thursday, March 14,2013

Boulder County: $7,500 for open records request justified

By Jefferson Dodge
In what may be another case of a government agency gouging citizens for access to public records, Boulder County officials are defending their estimate that they would have to charge someone $7,500 for documents related to the testing of a controversial ballot processing machine used in the last general election.
Thursday, March 7,2013

More accounts of inmate abuse surface at jail

By Jefferson Dodge
A Boulder Weekly story about the Boulder County Jail and the use of a restraint chair on unruly inmates has prompted other current and former inmates to come forward with allegations of abuse suffered at the hands of jail staff.
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