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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
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Boulder News
Bikes, beer and beyond: Ways to play in Boulder

From iconic rock formations to nationally acclaimed restaurants to a world-famous bike culture, Boulder sure has a long list of sterling credentials. Known for its easygoing attitude, hardcore athletes and quick access to all things outdoorsy, it's a high-altitude Colorado hotspot that invites you to linger once you travel here.

At the Market: Spring to bring new Boulder-made scotch

The partnership: Alistair Brogan found his way to Boulder from his hometown of Glasgow, Scotland, with the dream of creating a world-class American single-malt scotch.

Boulder City Council unanimously supports plan to buy Hogan-Pancost

The Boulder City Council isn't sure what, exactly, it wants to do with Hogan-Pancost, but it is sure about buying the property. Late Tuesday night, the council voted unanimously to direct City Manager Jane Brautigam to negotiate with owner Michael Boyers on a sale of Hogan-Pancost, the 22-acre enclave of county land surrounded by east Boulder, located just north of South Boulder Road.

Travel Show: Sunny Sardinia and more Boulder-area events for Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018

Travel Show: Sunny Sardinia - Visit elegant old cities with narrow cobblestone villages and crowded plaza's remote mountain streets once famous for bandits and now known for colorful graffiti, and amazing historical and archaeological sites that are UNESCO World Heritage sites dating back to 1500 B.C and the Bronze Age; 7 p.m., Changes in Latitude Travel Store, 2525 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; free; 303-786-8406, cil.com/travelshows . Ben Hammond - Ben Hammond plans to perform; 6 p.m., Rayback Collective, 2775 Valmont Road, Boulder; free; strumsy.com/1260 .

A January Nature Walk: Greenbelt Plateau Trail crosses the prairie to Marshall Mesa

Low stone abutments and culverts are the only signs that Greenbelt Plateau Trail follows the route of what once was the main road between Boulder and Golden. Access: Marshall Mesa Trailhead is on the southeast corner of the intersection of Colo.

Boulder Valley School District looking to up technical education game with new programs, classes

Kristie Levitt teaches her students stretches and yoga poses as part of an exercise for the sports medicine class on Tuesday at the Arapahoe Campus in Boulder. Construction trades and early childhood education are two new programs the Boulder Technical Education Center plans to add as it updates its options for students.

Frank Kreith, Boulder engineer, fled Nazi Germany to live out accomplished, celebrated life

President Jimmy Carter visits Frank Kreith, left, and other Solar Energy Research Institute leaders in 1978. Notable Boulder scientist Frank Kreith lived a life overflowing with adventure, hard work and a lifelong pursuit of knowledge because he came so close to not living one at all.

Will Toor: Boulder's early climate lawsuit had impact

The Daily Camera recently reported that the city is going to join an effort to sue large fossil fuel companies for their contributions to climate change. It is easy to dismiss such actions as symbolic grandstanding.

Boulder County expands gender classifications for job applicants in bid for greater inclusivity

Nonbinary : One whose sex assigned at birth does not "match" their gender, who may not identify as exclusively a man or a woman; a sub-identity of transgender Genderqueer: One who does not identify as exclusively a man or a woman, and may identify as a mix of both or something else; a sub-identity of transgender Genderfluid: One who identifies as a man, woman, both or neither to varying degrees depending on context; a sub-identity of transgender Boulder County has greatly expanded the range of possible selections from which job applicants are asked to self-identify by gender, though an advocacy rights group believes the menu of options could possibly use a little work.

Driver facing vehicular-assault charge in Boulder crash that seriously injured CU student

A 20-year-old University of Colorado student was seriously injured - his scalp partially torn off - in a three-car crash in Boulder late Friday night that police say was caused by a drunk driver. Timothy Legate, 28, of Brighton, was arrested on suspicion of vehicular assault - DUI and reckless driving, according to court records.

Boulder to hold 'Community Speak-Out' on discrimination, inclusivity

Boulder's Human Relations Commission, an advisory board to the City Council, is hosting a "Community Speak-Out" on Wednesday evening to confront experiences people here have with "discrimination and inclusivity." "City staff from the Human Services Department will give a brief presentation on city ordinances that protect humans right and wages," an event pages reads.

Boulder's Aurora Organic Dairy announces leadership changes

Boulder's Aurora Organic Dairy said its founder, Marc Peperzak, is stepping down as CEO and will assume a new role as executive chairman. President Scott McGinty will take over as CEO.

Bridge work to cause 20- to 30-minute delays on U.S. 36 between Boulder and Lyons

Kelley Trucking's Sam Doran, left, spots for operator Rulon Jeffs as they build a rockery as part of the reconstruction of Lefthand Canyon Drive in 2016. Construction work on what will be a new bridge over Left Hand Creek will cause 20- to 30-minute delays on U.S. 36 between Boulder and Lyons on Wednesday.

Boulder-based Snarfs to continue expansion in 2018

Boulder-based Snarf's is planning to open three new locations in 2018 and adding more burger shops to its portfolio. Last month, the sandwich chain announced it would open a new Snarf's at 25th Avenue and Federal Boulevard in Denver.

Dizzying Changes on the 1400 Block of Market Street

Denver's changing. Just look at the 1400 block of Market Street, which has seen a flurry of openings and closings over the past decade.

Felonius Smith Trio performs and more Boulder-area events for Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018

Listen to the historic roots of the blues featuring National slide guitar, upright bass and sousaphone, harmonica and vocals. The Felonius Smith Trio performs Delta blues, country blues and folk blues based on styles from the 1920s and 1930s.

Frederick's Mountain Cowboy Brewing holds grand opening

A new brewery and coffee shop celebrated its grand opening last weekend at Mountain Cowboy Brewing Company's location at 318 Fifth St., Frederick. The brewery currently offers nine beers on tap with more coming later this month, owner Ron Yovich said.

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