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About 4.2% of bridges on the northern Front Range are deemed “structurally deficient” by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA). That’s 76 oft-traversed bridges, including several in Boulder County, that are still safe to cross,...

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Another year, another record. That’s the headline on a press release issued last week by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reporting that carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere had reached a record high last...

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Among the rolling hills and sprawling neighborhoods of south Fort Collins, a new solar energy installation will not only provide renewable energy, but also a canopy-sanctuary for bees, birds and other pollinators.  Part energy...

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This is a story about snowboarding. A story about skateboarding and concrete and chairlift rides. A story about halfpipes and rail jams and powder days with friends. But it is also a story about community. About passion....

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Trying to get to all of the holiday musical events in Boulder will turn you into a real-world equivalent of Lewis Carroll’s White Rabbit: scurrying around, checking your pocket watch, and constantly late for a “very...

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In 1969, the hippies had invaded Boulder and Richard Nixon was president. Cell phones, the internet and the Paleo diet were decades in the future. Foodies transported back to Boulder would be appalled at the limited dining choices...
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