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About: boulder, colorado

Located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the city is approx 25 miles NW of Denver. Mining has always been a big part of the history of many Colorado towns and Boulder is no exception. Gold, Silver and Coal were major parts of the city's history. The city was selected to be the home of the University of Colorado in 1876 and today is the area's largest employer.

Population: 94171
Local Newspapers: Daily Camera Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: University of Colorado (Buffaloes)
Local Colleges: University of Colorado

Zip Codes associated with boulder, colorado: 80301 80302 80303 80304
Towns/Cities near boulder, colorado : Niwot Gunbarrel Lafayette Louisville Superior

Boulder News
Eldorado Canyon closures are enacted to protect eagles

Eldorado Canyon State Park has closed several areas in the park to protect golden eagles that are nesting in the area. Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced in a news release that the upper loop of the Rattlesnake Gulch Trail above the Crags Hotel Ruin and Continental Divide Overlook is closed.

New nickname for Pluto-explorer's next target: Ultima Thule

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is headed toward a New Year's Day encounter with this mysterious object or two, 1 billion miles beyond Pluto on the fringes of our solar system. Its official name is 2014 MU69.

'Human provoked' fire near Gregory Canyon closes Flagstaff Road

No evacuations are in place and no homes are in danger. Without a lightning strike, the fire is considered "human provoked," according to a firefighter and others at the scene.

Boulder cyclist killed in crash remembered as 'epitome of a good person'

Flowers are seen taped to a traffic pole Tuesday at Jay Road and 63rd Street, where a Boulder cyclist was struck and killed on Monday.

East county parents upset about Boulder Valley School District open enrollment swap pilot

Fairview High School seniors recieve their diplomas during a graduation ceremony at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield in May 2017. East county parents who want to open enroll their children into Boulder's Fairview High aren't happy with a new student swap pilot the Boulder Valley School District tried.

Thousands of students walk out of class across Boulder County to protest gun violence

Students at schools across Boulder County and Broomfield walked out of class around 10 this morning as they took part in the nationwide protest of gun violence on the one-month anniversary of the massacre at a high school in Parkland, Fla., that left 17 dead. Students at Boulder, Fairview and New Vista high schools in Boulder, as well as Longmont and Skyline High in Longmont, plus Louisville Middle School and Broomfield High, among many others, were leaving class this morning in solidarity with the national movement.

Cannabis legislation could legalize cannabis tasting rooms

That could be the reality in Colorado by the first day of 2019. House Bill 1258, introduced in the Colorado Legislature on Feb. 26, and commonly known as the "tasting rooms legislation," would permit both medical and retail licensed marijuana businesses to have an on-site establishment that sells marijuana products for the purpose of consuming them at the location.

Solar Storm to Amp Up Earth's Northern Lights Wednesday

A minor solar storm will reach Earth Wednesday and could amplify the planet's auroras , making them visible from the northernmost parts of the U.S., space weather officials said. States in the "northern tier" of the United States, such as Michigan and Maine, could see northern lights from the amped-up auroral display, according to an alert from the Space Weather Prediction Center , part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration , in Boulder, Colorado.

Boulder and Longmont farmers' markets: Four short weeks until markets

Our dreams are dancing with visions of piled-high produce, a variety of cut meats, fresh loaves of bread, wedges of cheese and tasty pastry treats. We are four weeks out, and the team couldn't be more thrilled.

Boulder County King Soopers roll out same-day delivery

Produce clerk Bill Naeve stocks potatoes at King Soopers on Thursday near the intersection of Baseline Road and U.S. Highway 287 in Lafayette on Feb. 25, 2016.

Mount View Youth Services Center inmate, 17, with pending escape charge scales fence and flees

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help after a 17-year-old inmate at the Mount View Youth Services Center in Lakewood scaled a perimeter fence Monday, escaping the facility. Marcos Arredondo has two cases pending in Denver and Boulder for aggravated robbery, according to a Jefferson County Sheriff's Office news release.

Medical examiner unable to determine how Boulder's Ashley Mead died

An Oklahoma medical examiner was unable to pinpoint the cause and manner of death of Boulder's Ashley Mead last year, ruling that not enough of her dismembered body was recovered to make any conclusions about how she died. In his final autopsy report late last month, Tulsa Medical Examiner David Arboe ruled the cause and manner of the 25-year-old's death to be unknown.

Annie Booth's New Composition Brings Baudelaire's Flowers of Evil to Life

While working on a major in jazz performance and a minor at University of Colorado Boulder, pianist Annie Booth took a nineteenth century literature class where the work of French poet Charles Baudelaire was discussed and dissected. She set one of his poems to music for voice and piano to perform at her senior recital in 2010, and since then she's wanted to expand on it and make something bigger.

Outing Club To Host Reel Rock Film Festival Thursday

The Penn State Outing Club will host Reel Rock Film Festival, a series of four films showcasing the most talented and daring rock climbers in the world, starting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the HUB's Flex Theater. Tickets are just $4.99 for students and $8 for community members, and can be purchased downtown at Appalachian Outdoors on Allen Street or at the door prior to the event.

Longmont plans prescribed burns on open space areas

Longmont plans to conduct prescribed burns between March 22 and April 13 of vegetation on Lykens Gulch area properties on the city's west side and the Boulder Creek Estates Open Space area east of the city, weather permitting. During the prescribed burn at Lykens Gulch, the Lykens Gulch Greenway trail will be closed to public use between Airport Road and the Golden Ponds Nature Area, city officials said.

Louisville police looking for man wanted on slew of charges since domestic violence arrest

Ralph Cervantes is possibly in the company of an adult female and could be traveling with small children in this vehicle, police said in a release. Louisville police are searching for man they say is wanted for violating his bond conditions as well as a number of felonies since he was released from a stint in jail last month on numerous domestic violence charges.

Public input sought on latest concept design for hotel on Boulder's University Hill

A parking lot on Broadway on University Hill in Boulder is pictured in 2016. Cosmo's Pizza, The Fitter, Dot's Diner and other tenants could be displaced for a University Hill hotel project.

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