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Utah loses Outdoor Retailer show over Bears Ears

Outdoor Retailer, the outdoor recreation industry’s largest trade show, has announced plans to cut ties with Utah in protest of the state’s opposition to...

Immigration policies spark debate between Colorado state representatives

Animosity against the undocumented immigrant community in the United States has surged since Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the U.S. presidency and if...

Youth case against the COGCC in court, again

Back in November 2013, a group of Boulder-based young people petitioned the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Committee (COGCC) to suspend issuing permits for...

Off target

On Dec. 14, 2016, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) Commission unanimously approved two separate management plans for determining the degree to which predation...

Hate and hope

On Sunday, Jan. 29, a masked man opened fire on worshipers at the Islamic Cultural Center of Quebec City. When the shooting stopped, six...

REINS Act claims to cut red tape, but it’s way scarier...

Neither house of Congress pulled any punches as they kicked off the legislative body’s 115th session on Tuesday, Jan. 3; the Senate set to work...

Boulder Weekly’s 23rd anniversary

OK, it’s an official tradition. You may recall how last year Boulder Weekly decided to celebrate “turning 22 by celebrating you.” That’s to say...

Hanging onto hope

Salam hasn’t seen anyone in his family since December 2014 when he left Turkey to attend graduate school at the University of Colorado Boulder....

Trolling Boulder

Feminism and Islam, The Unholy Alliance.” “Why Do Lesbians Fake So Many Hate Crimes?” “Fat Shaming Works.” These are a few of the speeches...

Lafayette Council considers legalizing direct action to protect environment

Some citizens of Lafayette never accepted the State of Colorado’s claims of preemption or the court’s dismissal of their community’s groundbreaking 2013 vote to...

Too little, too late, too bad

On Dec. 19, 2016, a mere 30 days before President Barack Obama will leave office, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finally released its long-awaited...

Third time’s a charm

On Wednesday, Jan. 11, the 2017 Colorado State legislative session began in Denver and with it came a proposed draft bill from Rep. Jonathan...
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