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Thursday, September 23,2010

Briefs | Results of mountain transit study out

Nearly 500 responses to the survey were collected from July 14 to Aug. 15. Among the key findings were that service frequency, hours and stop locations of potential bus service are the most important ridership criteria for new transit service.
Thursday, August 26,2010

Briefs | Kinetics is this weekend

Advance tickets for Saturdays race will be sold at the festival and at Longmont recreational facilities for $2 each, not including parking. Advance tickets with outlying parking at Longmont recreational facilities are $8 (tickets with parking the day of the event are $10), and $20 for VIP, close-in parking.
Thursday, August 19,2010

Briefs | Fringe Festival begins

The construction project is expected to be completed in October. A new bike lane on the uphill side of the road, plus a concrete walk/run lane on the downhill side, will give cyclists and vehicles more room to safely pass people traveling by foot.
Thursday, August 19,2010

Buff Briefs | CU's ranking dips to 39th

The program is intended to help students become better informed about how to host responsible gatherings, while giving police and neighbors other options for resolving noise complaints. The program will run Friday and Saturday nights, Aug. 20 to Sept. 25.
Thursday, August 5,2010

Buff Briefs | Target targets freshmen

The University of Colorado at Boulder has joined about two dozen other institutions of higher education in an open letter to publishers of campus sustainability rankings, providing guidelines for consistent, comparable and commensurate metrics to size up green colleges and universities.
Thursday, August 5,2010

Briefs | Humana drops Boulder hospital

Over the past 12 months of negotiation, Boulder Community Hospital failed to offer fair and reasonable rates comparable to that within the market, he said. Our research showed that Boulder Community Hospital charged Humana rates that are at least 23 percent higher than United HealthCare and Anthem health plans.
Thursday, July 29,2010

Buff Briefs | UCB halts study abroad in Mexico

CU sponsors study abroad programs in Mexico in Guadalajara, Guanajuato, Oaxaca and Monterrey. CUs International and National Voluntary Service Training, or INVST, a community studies program, also canceled a field experience in Mexico. INVST is a service-learning program at CU-Boulder.
Thursday, July 29,2010

Buechner: I didnít refuse to be interviewed

By Jefferson Dodge
But Buechner told Boulder Weekly that he never actually declined to be interviewed, he just told someone that heíd have to think about it before agreeing to be interviewed. ďIíve said that to a couple of presidencies, too,Ē says the former University of Colorado president, who has also served as Boulder mayor and state legislator.
Thursday, July 29,2010

Briefs | New fire training center opens

The center was constructed over the past year on 10 acres of city-owned land. The site includes a 15,800-square-foot classroom/administration building, a training tower and a burn building.
Thursday, July 22,2010

Briefs | ClimateSmart deadline nears

As part of the final 2010 funding cycle, applications for grants from the citys ClimateSmart Solar Grant Fund must be received by 5 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 16. For applications and more program information, visit the citys Solar Rebate and Grant Programs website at www.