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Thursday, September 19,2013

Our road to recovery: Complete coverage of 2013 Boulder County floods

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Photo by Elizabeth Miller
Broadway and Canyon in Boulder

See below for Boulder Weekly's complete coverage of flooding across Boulder County.

News

Sept. 14: Flood continues to affect Boulder County; damage surveyed, by Elizabeth Miller

Sept. 12: Boulder County hit with heavy rains, flooding, by Elizabeth Miller

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The South Boulder Road trailhead under water | Photo by Sue France

Analysis

What's in the water?, by Joel Dyer

Flood maps, models inherently flawed, by Jefferson Dodge

Global warming to blame for floods? Yes and no., by Jefferson Dodge

Too soon to estimate infrastructure costs and repairs, by Elizabeth Miller

Mental health could take a toll, particularly for children, after disaster, by Elizabeth Miller

Homeless turned away at Red Cross shelter, by Cecelia Gilboy

Under evacuation orders, Longmont Humane Society stayed open, by David Accomazzo

Washing away a harvest, by Steve Weishampel and Zak Weinberg

Waiting it out in the 'war zone,' by Steve Weishampel

Flood of bud, by Cecelia Gilboy

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Debris litters the street at 7th and Pleasant streets while water bubbles up out of a sewer. | Photo by Elizabeth Miller

Opinion

The flood and the faces that matter, by Jefferson Dodge

The flood of the century? Not exactly, by Paul Danish

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