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Denver PrideFest bans local men’s rights group

Matt, a Boulder nutritionist and herbalist, had been looking forward to attending his first Denver PrideFest as an openly gay man. In particular, he...

In the Trump era

"I hate to use the word socializing because I’m not a socialist,” Douglas Bruce told Boulder Weekly in the exhibition hall at the Western...

A closed gate, a lawsuit and the First Amendment

One thing is undisputed: On April 1, 2017, Mark Franklin closed a corral gate on state trust lands between the small towns of Bluff...

Arapaho, local civic leaders meet to discuss ‘welcoming’ back native community

Local government and school district officials and staff are meeting with out-of-state Arapaho tribal members on June 7-8 to discuss how to forge restorative...

‘Sportsmen’ beware

I tell Chris Castilian about having recently gone elk hunting in the mountains of Northern Colorado, saying that although I hunted hard and walked many...

Holding the Line

This summer and beyond, two oil and gas companies —Crestone and Extraction’s subsidiary 8 North — are moving forward with plans to develop new...

Weekly news roundup

A win for victims of abuse at the Colorado Supreme Court On Monday, May 21, the Colorado Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of victims...

Draining the bathtub

The Bureau of Reclamation announced on May 24 collaborative plans with the State of Wyoming to expand operational capacity at the Fontenelle Reservoir, a...

People’s tribunal finds ICE guilty

It wasn’t a real courtroom, but the 200-plus people in attendance took the final verdict seriously. When the word “guilty” finally rang out, it...

Weekly news roundup

City ordinances continue to criminalize homelessness, according to new report Colorado policymakers are continuing to criminalize homelessness at record rates, according to a new report...

Inside CU’s initial decision to strip student government’s control of budget

In early April 2018, University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Phil DiStefano announced the CU Student Government (CUSG) would lose control of about 90 percent...

So the story goes

"It’s good to see spring. We’ve made it through another winter,” Marjorie Wheelock says, sitting at her kitchen table, stacks of tribal documents, newspaper...
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