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Thursday, March 7,2013

Camera, sister papers undergo another 'reorganization'

By Jefferson Dodge
Boulder Weekly has been told that the Camera and its sister newspapers in the area have quietly laid off approximately 12 staff members, reportedly affecting the only remaining reporter at the Colorado Daily as well as employees at the Longmont Times-Call and Loveland Reporter-Herald.
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Thursday, January 24,2013

Before the Lord

Homeless man shares strife that led to current path

By Jefferson Dodge
Onesimus only gives out his one-word missionary name these days. He’s not your typical homeless man. His beard and clothes are clean, and he carries a cell phone that was recently given to him.
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Thursday, January 17,2013

The chair and the camera

Boulder County Jail installing video surveillance after complaints about inmate abuse

By Jefferson Dodge
They call it “the chair.” It’s a restraint seat used by many jails to subdue inmates who pose a threat to themselves or others. It has wrist straps, ankle straps, a lap belt and a harness.
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Thursday, January 10,2013

Boulder-area lawmakers take aim at fracking

By Jefferson Dodge
Fracking will be squarely in the crosshairs of several Boulder County lawmakers during the legislative session that started this week, due in part to frustration with the way a state commission recently chose to regulate oil and gas operations.
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Thursday, January 10,2013

Doubts still plague Boulder's election results despite Colorado ruling

By Jefferson Dodge
Questions continue to swirl around activists’ complaints regarding irregularities in the Boulder County election process, and while the secretary of state has largely brushed aside the concerns, a local elections official says the clerk and recorder’s office will take them seriously.
Thursday, January 3,2013

Natural/organic grocer finally sprouts in Longmont

By Jefferson Dodge
It’s been a long time coming, but Longmont finally has its own large-scale natural/organic grocer.
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Thursday, January 3,2013

Cops take various approaches to homeless

By Jefferson Dodge
Boulder Police Officer Jenny Paddock acknowledges that different police officers take different approaches to the homeless and writing tickets for camping or trespassing, but much depends on their behaviors toward law enforcement as well.
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Thursday, January 3,2013

Life under the bridge

Homeless man tries to make a difference in his community

By Jefferson Dodge
Someone lives under the Boulder Public Library bridge that spans the creek, and he’s not a troll. He’s a Dwarf.
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Thursday, December 27,2012

People of the year: Longmont anti-fracking citizens' group Our Longmont

By Jefferson Dodge
Michael Bellmont, the chief spokesperson for the group that succeeded in convincing a majority of Longmont voters to approve a ban on fracking in the city, is playing a harmonica under his cowboy hat. And he wants to go get his guitar before the photo shoot begins.
Thursday, December 6,2012

‘Mountain Gazette’ halts print edition

By Jefferson Dodge
The venerable outdoor journal, which was founded in Denver as Skiers’ Gazette in 1966, will continue to operate online, and Summit Publishing President Blake DeMaso says he hopes to find a new model for eventually bringing the printed version back.
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