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Thursday, February 3,2011

Horse access in West TSA

By Andrea Sutherland
When the city of Boulder first set aside land for open space, the city adopted a charter saying that access for mountain bikes, fishing and equestrians would only exist where designated.
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Thursday, February 3,2011

A dog's life

Canine lovers howl over new trail closures, claim their input was ignored

By Andrea Sutherland
For the past 16 months, Paschall and the other OSMP staff received e-mails from the public voicing their praise, concern and disdain for the recommendations proposed by the Community Collaborative Group (CCG) for the West Trail Study Area (West TSA).
Thursday, January 27,2011

Local support

New shop specializes in sports bras for the well-endowed

By Andrea Sutherland
'Women who have been generously blessed by the Chest Fairy often complain about the physical discomforts that can accompany big bust size, such as back and neck pain,' says Rachel Palmer, founder of.
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Thursday, January 20,2011

Open space trustees approve recommendations

Dog walkers, mountain bikers say their voices weren’t heard

By Andrea Sutherland
Last night while many Coloradoans sat on interstates making their way home on ice- and snow-packed roads, more than 50 die-hard Boulder residents trudged through the snow to attend the City of Boulder Open Space Board of Trustees (OSBT) meeting at New Vista High School.
Thursday, November 11,2010

Deep space climb

By Andrea Sutherland
There are mountains and cliffs that stand taller than Everest, boulders the size of buildings and craters miles deep that have yet to be climbed. This is the stuff of climbers' wet dreams, and they all exist on other planets..
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