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Election recap

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While most of the country, and world for that matter, has been singularly focused on the presidential election, plenty happened with...

Signing up

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If you drove down 28th Street in Boulder any Saturday in the last two months, you saw the Trump party. An unmarked,...

Analyzing the risk

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Let’s start with a theoretical scenario: Al Capone and Mother Theresa are both arrested and charged with committing murder. Based on...

News from around the County

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After fire, Cal-Wood seeks donations The Cal-Wood Education Center has used the ponderosa pine forests outside Jamestown as an...

Managing scarcity

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Just after 9 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 25, Mark pokes his head out from his sleeping bag, double-wrapped in a crinkled...

‘Everything here is frustrating’

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For the first time in his life, Andrew Johnson is registered to vote. In and out of the criminal justice system...

Un año duro para la democracia directa

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Steve Pomerance sabe que el consejo municipal no siempre lo tomará en serio, dada su larga lista de preocupaciones sobre Boulder. Pero...

News briefs: Jail populations drop, radiation levels rise

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Jail populations drop by almost half during pandemic, according to ACLUIt appears the coronavirus pandemic has moved the needle in ways decades...

A tough year for direct democracy

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Steve Pomerance knows City Council won’t always take him seriously, given his laundry list of concerns about Boulder. But since he...

A tiny house, a big step

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Standing on a two-acre plot of land in southwest Longmont, Navy veteran Paul Melroy surveys the scene: Upon this tractor-raked swath...

Empowering the survivor voting block

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The passing of Supreme Court Justice and women’s equality champion Ruth Bader Ginsburg, in conjunction with National Voter Registration Day, brought...

Democracia en Avance

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Después de casi dos años de desarrollo, el primer sistema de petición electrónica de Boulder está programado para comenzar a funcionar en...