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Thursday, May 30,2013

New homeless kitchen will serve more than meals

By Jefferson Dodge
The Bridge House, which provides food and other resources to homeless in the Boulder area, is poised to cut the ribbon on a new commercial kitchen that will do much more than simply expand the amount of food the organization can serve. The kitchen will also help the Bridge House address one of its other primary missions: Helping the homeless find jobs.
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Thursday, May 23,2013

Home, home on the grange

By Jefferson Dodge
Many people, when they hear the word “grange,” think of a ZZ Top song, or, at best, something about a farm.
Thursday, May 23,2013

'Gasland' director dishes on sequel, fracking in Colorado

By Jefferson Dodge
When Gasland Director Josh Fox started making what would become one of the most galvanizing forces in the national battle against hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” he thought it would just be a short educational clip for people around his home state of Pennsylvania.
Thursday, May 9,2013

Jail dismisses more claims of inmate abuse

By Jefferson Dodge
An internal affairs investigation has cleared one officer accused of using a Taser to stun an inmate on his bare buttocks and genitals, and jail administrators are denying that two inmates were kept naked in a one-person cell for five days without a functioning toilet.
Thursday, May 2,2013

Award-winning South African fractivist tours Boulder County

By Jefferson Dodge
A prominent anti-fracking activist from South Africa was in Boulder County this week as part of a national tour of the areas most affected by hydraulic fracturing and other oil/gas operations.
Thursday, May 2,2013

One step closer

By Jefferson Dodge
When my dear friend Bonnie Lloyd gave opening remarks at a private ceremony April 30 before she and her partner, Pattea Carpenter, obtained one of the first civil-union licenses issued by Boulder County, she thanked us. She thanked the small group of close friends for treating her and Pattea as “normal,” for not treating them as a lesbian couple.
Thursday, April 18,2013

Activists sound alarm over oil waste pit in Lafayette

By Jefferson Dodge
In February 1984, a woman living in the Lafayette area called police to report that her cat had fallen into an oil sludge pit.
Thursday, April 18,2013

CU defends ongoing effort to snuff out 4/20

By Jefferson Dodge
When University of Colorado officials announced plans to close campus to outsiders again on April 20 — a Saturday — critics howled that last year’s justification for doing so was no longer valid.
Thursday, April 4,2013

A stuck pendulum

Conference on World Affairs tackles lost civil liberties, privacy rights

By Jefferson Dodge
The loss of civil liberties, especially privacy rights, over the past dozen years is among the topics that will be discussed extensively at this year’s Conference on World Affairs at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Thursday, February 21,2013

Puritan déjà vu

City attorney says crackdown on bars not a reprise of his controversial past

By Jefferson Dodge
Could the Republic of Boulder, once considered a bastion of progressive thought that fiercely protected people’s freedoms and individualism, now be the biggest nanny state in the area?
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