Boulder County

Sheriff’s Office recruiting volunteers to provide assistance to victims of crime, trauma

The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office is seeking volunteers to serve as Victim Advocates – individuals who work with law enforcement to provide assistance to victims of crime, accidents, trauma, and critical events.

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Hike For Youth To Help Get Kids Off The Couch And Into Nature

Concerned about how little time your family is spending outdoors these days?  Love to hike, trail run or spend time in the mountains?  Join The Women's Wilderness Institute, Colorado Mountain Club and cityWILD for the 7th annual Hike for Youth, a fall hiking festival designed to help raise funds to support the efforts of these organizations to get kids off the couch and into nature.  Hike for Youth will be held on Saturday,

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County road chip seal projects begin Monday

The Boulder County Transportation Department will apply chip seal to three county roads beginning this Monday, Aug. 16.

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Amgen Scholar From Boulder

Amgen Scholar From Boulder

In 2006, the Amgen Foundation launched Amgen Scholars, a science-intensive summer research program designed to be a pivotal experience in the academic life of an undergraduate, exposing students to world-class research and inspiring them

 

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National Caregiver Training Program to be offered again in Sept.

To help fill the need for instruction of hands-on caregiving skills, Boulder County Aging Services is offering the National Caregiver Training Program.

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27th Annual National Night Out

On Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office is joining forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “27th Annual National Night Out” (NNO) crime and drug prevention event. 

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Poudre Valley REA Reduces The Cost Of Green Power

At their May meeting, the board of directors of Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association voted to reduce the cost of electricity supplied by renewable sources. The new rates go into effect June 1. The rate reduction is possible because of reduced wholesale electricity costs from supplier Tri-State G&T.

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Denver Bronco Eddie Royal to Attend Walmart Grand Opening

Denver Bronco Eddie Royal will sign autographs and pose for pictures at the Thornton Walmart grand opening.  He will sign autographs from 5 - 6 p.m., on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Pitch post preserve forest history

Pitch post preserve forest history

At old ranches and on some remaining farms near the foothills one can see old barbed-wire-fence “pitch posts.”  These relics of a bygone era artistically reveal some Colorado history and provide an interesting forestry lesson.

 

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