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Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado Launches Digital Badge Program

The statewide nonprofit Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) has launched its #YourCO digital badge program to recognize those who care for Colorado’s natural resources. The various badges allow people to showcase their skills and achievements in outdoor stewardship online.

To earn a badge, people can either take part in a VOC project or take care of Colorado on their own time via simple, ‘do-it-yourself’ stewardship activities.

“’Do you care for Colorado?

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Back To Work After The Flood

This spring and summer, work on the Clarifier Project, a community art project, started a little later than usual, but start they did. In early June, Town Administrator Victoria Simonsen took time out her busy schedule to visit

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Star Spangled Splash Celebration at the Boulder Reservoir

The City of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2nd Annual Star Spangled Splash event on Friday, July 4. The Boulder Reservoir is located at 5565 N. 51st St. and will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Lyons 5K River Run For Flood Recovery

By Renée Haip
With the crack of the starting gun, more than two hundred and fifty runners charged down a newly designed Lyons 5K River Run course on Saturday morning. Metropolitan State’s number one distance runner Kirk Harvey, donned in Superman attire, immediately took a lead that went unchallenged, finishing in a blazingly

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Lyons Girl Scouts Earn Bronze

Lyons Girl Scouts from Troop 3970 earned their Bronze Awards this Spring by following through with a service project to make a positive difference in the community. In selecting their project, the girls thought of what they loved, in their case animals, and chose to help Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

During April meetings, the girls constructed wooden nesting boxes, and carry containers, made rice socks, and squirrel

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