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Chautauqua receives federal grant for fire mitigation projects

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The NCAR Fire caused thousands of people to evacuate homes and businesses on March 26. Included in the order was all of Chautauqua —...

Citizen science-led study finds ticks expanding into new terrain in Colorado

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Ticks are already commonplace in Colorado — and they’re becoming more prevalent.  But the state’s terrain can make tracking them difficult, which is why researchers...

Coercing the clouds

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Colorado is turning to cloud seeding to beef up snowpack and meet growing water needs, including a new pilot project here in Boulder County. The...

Remembering Andy Clark of Moxie Bread Co.

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“I dream about bread,” Andy Clark, owner of Moxie Bread Co., told Boulder Weekly food editor John Lehndorff in 2016 when the bakery was just...

A fight over finances

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Every year, hundreds of delegates, activists, scientists and industry representatives spend two weeks discussing how to mitigate climate change at the Conference of the...

Boulder Weekly’s 2022 Endorsements

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FEDERAL OFFICES  UNITED STATES SENATOR Michael Bennet REP — DISTRICT 2 Joe Neguse STATE OFFICES SECRETARY OF STATE Jena Griswold STATE TREASURER Dave Young ATTORNEY GENERAL Phil Weiser BOARD OF EDUCATION — AT LARGE Kathy Plomer SENATOR —...

Preparing for wildfires with evacuation plans, emergency supplies — and domestic...

It’s been more than three years since the Camp Fire leveled the California town of Paradise. But for domestic violence counselor Marlen Hernandez and...

Black gold: shifting to quality compost 

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The journey of a banana peel doesn’t end in the compost bin. That’s only the beginning.  Whether it’s in a 65-gallon bin outside a family...

‘Money always helps’

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Last November, Miguel Alvina headed to the recently opened Meow Wolf Denver for a series of meetings that would set the course for his...

State of the arts

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“I'm going to give you a little slice of reality,” Lori Preston, executive director of the Museum of Boulder, says over a Zoom call....

Why outlawing ghost guns didn’t stop America’s largest maker of ghost...

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This story was originally published by ProPublica. Co-published with The Baltimore Banner and Reno Gazette Journal.  As Nevada lawmakers heard public comment last year on...

Boulder Oversight Panel seeks new members

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The City of Boulder’s Police Oversight Panel is turning to the nonprofit community for help in selecting new members.  The panel was created in 2020...