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Broomfield is a major suburb of both Denver and Boulder. In 1885 Adolph Zang bought land for a railroad depot, which was thus named Zang's Spur. It was a spur off the main railroad line where locally grown grains were loaded into the railroad cars for delivery to the Zang Brewing Company. It began as an agrarian community and was later populated by gold seeking families during the Gold Rush. It was later named Broomfield after the broomcorn which is grown in the area.
Local Newspapers: Broomfield Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos and Denver Nuggets
Zip Codes associated with broomfield, colorado:
80020 80021 80241
Towns/Cities near broomfield, colorado : Northglenn Madison Hill Westminster Louisville Lafayette
Court dismisses Lafayette's eminent domain action against Erie
Evette Gursey pushes a cart of groceries to her car at KingSoopers on Thursday near the intersection of Baseline Road and U.S. Highway 287 in Lafayette in this file photo. Lafayette acted in "bad faith" when it attempted to condemn land belonging to neighboring Erie for the stated purpose of turning it into open space buffer when the city's real aim was to stop a future retail project in Erie along with the coveted sales tax dollars that come with it, the state's appellate court ruled Thursday.Extraction Oil & Gas asked for recusal of two Broomfield council members before meeting
Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc. last week filed a letter with the City and County of Broomfield requesting that Mayor Pro Tem Bette Erickson and Ward 4 Councilman Kevin Kreeger recuse themselves from Tuesday's meeting where Extraction was asked to address questions regarding its Comprehensive Drilling Plan . The councilmembers did not removed themselves from the discussion.RE: [EXTERNAL] RE: the cycle that never ends
I have had people mistake my **free RPG for C. -----Original Message----- From: Jack Woehr [mailto:jwoehr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 12:35 PM To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] RE: the cycle that never ends Yeah, I was going to say ... you have it already ... it's called "ILE C" :) On Wed, Jun 13, 2018 at 11:33 AM, James H. H. Lampert wrote: In other words, take out anything that's part of the most fundamental definition of RPG.Royalty owners claim wider well setbacks would cost them $26 billion
A statewide ballot initiative to widen the buffer between oil and gas drilling and development could cost $180 billion in lost petroleum production and $26 billion in lost royalties in northeastern Colorado alone, a group representing mineral rights owners said Tuesday. Statewide Initiative 97 would require new wells to locate 2,500 feet or more from homes, schools and water sources, an expansion of the current buffer of 500 feet or 1,000 feet.Flag retirement set for June 16
The stripes of flags burn in a barrel during a previous Flag Retirement Ceremony at North Metro Fire Rescue Station 61 North Metro Fire Rescue District and the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum will co-host the 14th Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony and highlight winners of this year's essay contest. It will include a police and fire honor guard, representatives from North Metro Fire, the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum and local Girl and Boy Scout troops.Enhanced oil, gas regulations in sight
A Broomfield resident holding a "The Martinez Ruling is Law" sign was among dozens who greeted council members prior to a Wednesday night study session. Dozens of Broomfield residents greeted city members as they arrived for a Wednesday evening study session on oil and gas.Officers' actions seen as heroic
When a girl threatened to jump off second-floor railing at FlatIron Crossing Mall last week, two Broomfield police officers didn't stop at keeping her safe. Ross Palmer, an emergency room nurse at Avista Adventist Hospital in Louisville, saw the act of kindness firsthand - officers not only building rapport with a troubled girl, but returning to the mall to buy her a leather jacket that triggered the entire call.Primary ballots are in the mail
For the first time in Colorado, voters not affiliated with a political party - which make up about 40 percent of Broomfield's registered voters - will be able to cast a ballot in this month's primary election. According to the election's office, there are 17,400 unaffiliated voters in the city and county, 13,100 registered Democratic voters, and 12,200 Republican voters.Front Range housing growth control measure faces dim future as...
Construction of Reunion homes at 104th and Reunion Pkwy on Dec. 28, 2017 built by Oakwood homes. Single-family home construction should represent a larger share of housing permits in 2018 as builders continue to play catch up with an undersupplied market.Boulder Valley schools present innovation work
Tracy Stegall, principal at Aspen Creek PK-8, talks about her school's project at a recent meeting where a group of Boulder Valley School District schools presented their Innovation Cohort projects and discussed the instructional shifts happening at their schools. When Louisville Middle School started talking about how use innovation money to improve their building, the design team first asked students.Beyond the plastic gate: Baby-proofing in style
While the phrases "baby- proofing" and "kid-friendly" rarely conjure up images of elegance or sophistication, recent years have seen a range of more modern and stylish products available to those who want them. Imran Sethna, 3, examines a child safety latch on the refrigerator door in Broomfield, Colo., in May. Baby proofing products have become more diversified in recent years, and parents can find a wide range of different items in different styles and price points.Broomfield, Boulder veterans ride in B-25J Bomber during visit to Rocky Mountain Airport
From the window of a B-25J Bomber, Broomfield World War II veteran Bob Seeber saw lakes, reservoirs and cars crawling along busy streets. "Some of the widows down there were waving at me with their checkbooks," Seeber, 92, said after he set foot on the tarmac at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport.Re: QSYSPRT Print 1 Page and feed
Hi Jack, I had written a program a long time ago that would print a banner page with job info, etc. on it.Re: GREP to search contents of all files in IFS directory
I just did and it comes back very fast but no results. On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 12:03 PM Jack Woehr wrote: Have you tried it in PASE instead of QSH? On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 9:41 AM, Art Tostaine, Jr. wrote: get another $ The first line in the first file in the directory looks like this: ************Beginning of data** ALS000201/02/15UPS42500341 Any help appreciated.Gubernatorial candidate stumps in Fort Morgan
U.S. Representative Jared Polis, a Democratic candidate for Governor, speaks during the Democratic State Assembly at 1STBANK Center on April 14, 2018 in Broomfield, Colorado. With primary elections just weeks away, residents of the area can expect more exposure to campaigns for local, state, and federal office.Chuze Fitness' Zumba in Broomfield inspires expressive goofiness
Instructor Nathon Terrell leads his class during a Zumba workout on May 30 at Chuze Fitness in Broomfield. Instructor: Nathon Terrell has been teaching Zumba for the past 10 years.Civic center planning moves ahead
A five-acre lake could be the jewell of Broomfield's Civic Center - a body of water surrounded by green lawns, townhomes, commercial storefronts and residents renting paddle boats, shopping and otherwise enjoying music at a new amphitheater. In April Dana Crawford, chief executive officer of Denver's Urban Neighborhoods, Inc., and Joe Vostrejs with Denver-based City Street Investors, presented their vision for the project to Broomfield City Council.
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