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In January 2020, female workers in the United States hit a major milestone: they held more payroll jobs than men, netting 95% of positions added the previous month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)....

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Welcome to a new monthly column in Boulder Weekly. Writers of this column are members of the Economic Justice Collective of the Rocky Mountain Peace & Justice Center, with the goal of informing readers about economic injustice...

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Conifer trees — spruce, Douglas fir, and pine trees —  make up many of Colorado’s subalpine forests, essential habitats for many of the state’s birds and small mammals. These historically dense forests are also essential for sequestering...

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It’s typically windy in Rocky Mountain National Park. On this January Friday, however, it’s relatively calm and warm. With temperatures eking into the high 40s by the afternoon, there’s hardly any snow on our drive to the...

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If your organization is planning an event of any kind, please email Caitlin at crockett@boulderweekly.com. Longmont Public Library Celebrates Black History Month. 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 26 via Webex....

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When Verity Noble moved from London to Boulder eight years ago or so, she was surprised to learn the city, so in-tune as it is with natural foods and sustainability, didn’t have a market dedicated to bulk...
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