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City Compost Repurposed As Organic Trail Mix

City Compost Repurposed As Organic Trail Mix

Small batch, hand-crafted, artisanal trail mix should be arriving in local grocery stores and garden centers later this spring. The brain child of City of Boulder compost coordinator, Leif Erickson, the product should be a hit with local health [...]

City Leaders to Visit Portland, Learn About Tattoos, Beards

City Leaders to Visit Portland, Learn About Tattoos, Beards

Boulder City Council members and city staff plan to visit Portland, Oregon for three days to study that city's approach to tattoos, piercings, and beards. Photo by Lennart Kortman (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/woZUWU) Portland is [...]

Boulder couple to homeless: “Just invite us to your house for dinner”

Boulder couple to homeless: “Just invite us to your house for dinner”

Citing friction and hard feelings, a Boulder couple says the homeless should just invite them over to their houses for dinner and some nice wine. “That’s what other people do to build friendship," said North Boulder resident Leslie James.  "Why [...]

Local Man Undergoes Brain Surgery to Receive “Boulder Values”

Local Man Undergoes Brain Surgery to Receive “Boulder Values”

As a known skeptic of many municipal spending and management priorities, long-time Boulder resident Jeff Schulz recently underwent brain surgery in order to receive "Boulder Community Values" that are deemed important by both city and county [...]

Boulder’s Black Resident Holds “Black Life Matters” Rally

Boulder’s Black Resident Holds “Black Life Matters” Rally

County courthouse by Scott Beale (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/nQYeVU) Saying that ongoing discrimination and police violence against the African American in Boulder must end, Boulder's black resident held a passionate rally on [...]

Local Messenger Service to Provide Bicycle Ambulances in Boulder

Local Messenger Service to Provide Bicycle Ambulances in Boulder

Get-It-There, a Boulder bicycle messenger business, is expanding its services. “Our plan is to use our fastest bicycle messengers to pick up patients from all over Boulder County in our customized Burleys™ and deliver them to local hospital [...]

Trump Details Plan to Build Wall between Boulder, Longmont

Trump Details Plan to Build Wall between Boulder, Longmont

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump visited Boulder on Thursday as part of a campaign swing through the West, and announced plans to build a wall between Boulder and Longmont. "Every day you have, what, thousands, maybe tens of thousands, of [...]

Boulder Company Joins Oversharing Economy

Boulder Company Joins Oversharing Economy

Boulder entrepreneur Tristan Niles is seeking to be in the forefront of the oversharing economy with his new company, TooMuchly.com. The company’s website and mobile apps allow users to post excessively personal or unpleasant photos, and to [...]

Boulder City Council Weighs One-Child Policy

Boulder City Council Weighs One-Child Policy

photo by Allison Stillwell Young (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/5vgEye) Boulder City Council will this week consider implementing a city-wide policy limiting families to one child per household. The recommendation was referred by [...]

As Passover Approaches, Boulder Ponders Next Plague

As Passover Approaches, Boulder Ponders Next Plague

Earwig photo by Rainer Hungershausen (flickr creative commons https://flic.kr/p/6NUhqY) As Passover approaches, Boulder is pondering what plague might next hit the city. In 2012, the Flagstaff Fire loomed over South Boulder, threatening to burn [...]

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