Weighing a Number of Questions

Dear Boulder County Voters,
Over the last several months we have been weighing a number of questions and soliciting public

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BOT, “OMG!”

The Board of Trustees (BOT) anticipating that the “second” first reading of an ordinance to regulate the selling, growing, manufacturing, and testing of retail (recreational) marijuana within the Town of Lyons might be a bit of a slog, amended the agenda to move a resolution between the County and the Town,

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The Guy to Thank

Dear Editor,
The tragic effect of last year’s flood never seems to end. So many people in our community whose houses were heavily damaged are still struggling to get back on their feet. To add insult to injury, they

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The Flood Is Over, Now What?

Working Through Today’s Issues And Preparing For The Future

By Andrea Pappas Merrill
Many seniors in Boulder County were affected by the floods last September. Some suffered damage to their homes, while others experienced major property damage. Though the physical losses were great,

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Should The Town Of Lyons Build Housing On Its Park Lands?

By Robert Brakenridge, Resident of Lyons
I earlier wrote that the Town of Lyons is seeking federal flood recovery assistance to build a relatively large housing development on its conservation easement-protected parklands. It is now even more

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About Town - July 24, 2014

Another week gone by; it’s hot, humid, and rainy, but the grass is green and the countryside is beautiful. Enjoy it as much as you can, as it will soon be turned into brown from these hot days!

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Flood-impacted residents may be eligible for CDBG-DR funding

Boulder County has been awarded a first-round sum of more than $5 million in Community Development Block Grant – Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funds from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). This money

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Sixty-five Years And Counting!

Ray and Dora Babcock celebrated their sixty-fifth wedding anniversary with a family dinner at their son’s home in Berthoud. Ray and Dora were married on June 19, 1949 in Hancock, Vermont.

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I Hope You’ll Support Jonathan Singer

Dear Editor,
Being a police officer, or a peace officer of any kind, is a scary job. They have to deal with stressful situations every day, sometimes stress beyond what most of us could handle or maybe even imagine. The kind of violence

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