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Saturday, September 14,2013

Flood continues to affect Boulder County; damage surveyed

Rain expected for weekend

By Elizabeth Miller
Creek waters stayed high and emergency personnel utilized helicopters to evacuate mountain communities stranded by washed out roads as Boulder County weathered the second day of flooded conditions on Friday, Sept. 13.
Thursday, September 12,2013

Boulder County hit with heavy rains, flooding

Two dead, at least one missing across county; dozens of roads closed

By Elizabeth Miller
In a matter of half an hour, Bear Creek, the typically tiny stream that runs along Table Mesa near the intersection with Broadway, went from brimming at its banks to spilling over them and flooding Table Mesa.
Thursday, September 12,2013

Balancing act: CU's new 'industry collaboration' office

Head of CU’s new 'industry collaboration' office vows to protect academic freedom

By Jefferson Dodge
The news that the University of Colorado Boulder has created an Office of Industry Collaboration may send shivers up a few faculty spines, conjuring images of selling the university to the highest bidder, compromising academic freedom in the name of the almighty dollar, or allowing sponsoring companies to squelch research findings they don’t like.
Thursday, September 12,2013

Tribute: Remembering Al Bartlett

A man whose impact on Boulder County grew exponentially

By Paul Danish
It was a deeply held belief of Al Bartlett that “the greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function.”
Friday, September 6,2013

Troubled Waters, continued

By Cecelia Gilboy and Joel Dyer
On April 23, Charles Edward Waters, a homeless man best known around Boulder for playing his guitar on the Pearl Street Mall for tips, was, for all intents and purposes, sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.
Thursday, September 5,2013

Fracking, GMOs prompt activist's commissioner run

By Jefferson Dodge
Citing unsatisfactory responses to issues like fracking and GMOs, a local activist is challenging fellow Democrat and incumbent Boulder County Commissioner Cindy Domenico, who is seeking re-election next year.
Thursday, September 5,2013

Troubled Waters

Eddie Waters may spend the rest of his life in prison. But would he be a free man if his jury had known then what we know now?

By Cecelia Gilboy and Joel Dyer
On April 23, Charles Edward Waters, a homeless man best known around Boulder for playing his guitar on the Pearl Street Mall for tips, was, for all intents and purposes, sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.
Thursday, August 29,2013

Peaks and valleys for formerly homeless Boulderite

Formerly homeless Boulder man recounts journey to and from the depths

By Jefferson Dodge
Mike Homner was a successful businessman. Then a series of events thrust him into the world of being homeless. And he has scraped his way back. Almost.
Thursday, August 29,2013

Taking aim: Sugarloaf residents complain about bow-hunting

Sugarloaf residents up in arms over bow-hunting in area

By Jefferson Dodge
The deer was a lactating doe, which means it had fawns. It had been shot in the hindquarters and had bled to death near a home in the Sugarloaf area, in the foothills west of Boulder.
Thursday, August 22,2013

Eracism: Latino history in Boulder County

The rich, untold Latino history of Boulder County, and why we are telling it

By Jefferson Dodge and Joel Dyer
Back then, the signs in the storefronts read, “No dogs or Mexicans allowed.” Today, unless you’re old enough to have had such images seared into your memory, it’s hard to believe that such hurtful idiocy could ever have existed so openly in our world, but it did.
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