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Industrial gravel mining in Boulder County clears hurdle

Twenty years ago, Boulder County granted a special use permit that allowed a company to mine gravel on about 650 acres between Lyons and...

The intimidation of democracy

People gathering signatures for Ballot Initiative 97, which would increase the minimum distance between oil and gas development and homes, schools and other vulnerable...

Coloradans rally around immigrant parents seeking reunification with their children

On Monday, July 23, attorney Laura Lunn with the Rocky Mountain Immigration Advocacy Network (RMIAN) went to immigration court at the Denver Contract Detention...

Death toll rising

Despite significant opposition, USDA Wildlife Services has continued with its assistance of Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s Piceance Basin predator control plan for the second...

Weekly classes at the library prepare Boulderites for citizenship

On any given Monday, about a dozen people gather around a conference table on the second floor of the Boulder Public Library. There are...

A drop in the bucket

A few years ago, farmer Paul Kehmeier decided not to irrigate some of his alfalfa fields for part of the season, and instead take advantage...

Feds ask judge to muzzle scientific testimony at Rocky Flats hearing

If the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has its way, the director of Jefferson County Public Health, a nuclear forensics researcher, an emeritus professor...

Scott Pruitt’s EPA legacy, abridged

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt resigned on July 5 amid more than a dozen federal ethics inquiries. Now, as a coal industry lobbyist,...

Weekly news roundup

Charges dropped against Castle Rock woman protesting family separation On Friday, June 29, the District Attorney’s office of the 18th District announced it was dropping...

America no more

At 2 a.m. on the morning of his 18th birthday, Carlos was transferred into Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody and brought to the...

Full service

It’s Bingo Night at the American Legion Post 111 in Louisville. It’s held every Monday in their building tucked east of downtown, and barely...

Protestors shut down Lafayette City Council meeting before oil and gas...

A group of about 50 protestors forced the Lafayette City Council to adjourn on Tuesday, June 19, before the Council could vote on an ordinance...
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