Opportunity costs

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Outward bound

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Opinion

Via: Mobility needs unmet for 1,000 locals

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“My husband, Albert, is a retired police officer. He is 87 years old and has had multiple surgeries. Recently, his right leg was amputated...

Citizens for true civic use

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By Stan Garnett I have agreed to provide legal counsel to the group called Protect Boulder Civic Space and proudly added my name to their...

From pollution to solution

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By Alejandro Murillo Boulder, a beacon of environmental consciousness, faces a pivotal moment in its quest for climate justice. The Valmont Power Station, once a...

Letters to the editor: June 10, 2024

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Democracy in action Ms. Ochs’ challenging trip to Washington shows how a determined advocate can create more understanding with members of Congress, hopefully leading to...

Ms. Ochs goes to Washington

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Last month, I wrote about the difficulties of traveling for wheelchair users (“Inaccessible world,” April 22). Not long after, I took a solo flight...

Imagine! the future

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By Fred Hobbs There are some significant changes coming soon that will transform the way Boulder and Broomfield County citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities...

Millionaires for vacant concrete pads

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A new group, Protect Boulder Civic Space (PBCS) group, has sprung up to oppose development of the 11,000-square-foot Civic Use Pad attached to the...

Discourse & discord

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College students across the nation have risked arrest and expulsion to demand that institutions of higher learning cut financial ties with Israel and/or weapons suppliers, or at least...

The progressives’ Palestine dilemma

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By Tom Shelley As I write this, I am having trouble staying on top of what is happening at this or that university campus. It’s...

Disturbing the peace

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By Sean Bodhivajra Scanlan President Biden went on camera recently  to wag his finger at all those naughty schoolchildren throughout the country, who, instead...

Balance, not betrayal

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By Nicole Speer and Mark Wallach Last month, the Boulder Weekly published a lengthy recitation of grievances and claims of betrayal by the city from...

Letters to the editor: April 29, 2024

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Forest under threat I bet you didn’t know that millions of acres of Colorado’s biodiverse, carbon-storing forests are on the chopping block. That’s because much...