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The iron law of prohibition

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As fentanyl deaths surge, the War on Drugs is alive and well in Colorado

Council contends with even year elections and COVID infections

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Local elections may move to even years, but how and when is TBD. Assuming voters give it a green light, Boulderites could soon be electing...

The secret secret is out

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SewBo brings fresh fabrics and sewing education to South Boulder

Sleeping giant no more

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Around age 8, Conor Hall started doing primitive skills courses with his siblings near their home in Crestone, “kind of tucked under the towering...

Minimum wage debates, gun control and a full docket for next...

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Minimum wage debates, gun control and a full docket for next week's city council meeting

Redefining grief

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Dr. Jennifer Matheson knew immediately when the COVID-19 pandemic hit that feelings of anxiety, fear and loneliness would explode.  “The fact that social isolating and...

From scandal to scrutiny

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How intense citizen oversight reshaped Oakland police.

Little fires everywhere, outdoor dining here to stay

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Tourists, residents and workers loved Boulder’s pandemic-prompted proliferation of al fresco dining. That’s according to a survey of 836 people from earlier this year...

Greenlining

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Ari Cohen qualified because he was once busted with more than 40 pounds of pot. Aja Palomino was stopped in Wyoming with an eighth...

Noise from above

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Air traffic over Boulder is testing residents, creating tension with airports and pilots—but solutions remain elusive

Finally, some decisions on the library district

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After four years of campaigning and haggling over little details, Boulder City Council on Tuesday night voted 6-3 to form a library district that...

The latest climate report includes a new focus on pregnant people....

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Originally published by The 19th Last June, over a period of three days, a heat wave baked the Pacific Northwest. Temperatures soared to 117 degrees...