The majority of the group charged with certifying the results of the Boulder County election has started meeting early, in defiance of Boulder County Clerk and Recorder Hillary Hall, in part due to concerns like the possibility of ballots being traced back to voters.
In the 1960s, many historic buildings in downtown Boulder — including some dating back to the city’s roots in the last quarter of the 1800s — were demolished in the name of progress, in the name of expansion, in the name of economic development.
A group has been formed to fight the city of Longmont’s proposed ban on fracking that is going to voters in November, and one of the state’s most prominent political consultants has been enlisted to lead the effort.
April 10, 1967, was no ordinary day in Boulder County. What started out like any other spring morning quickly became anything but, as buildings began to shake and the sound of broken glass filled the air.