Longmont Insider

The Longmont nature guide

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In the city of Longmont, residents have plenty of places to get outside and enjoy nature, including 41 parks containing a total of 2,242...

From recovery to resilience to recreation

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It’s been four-and-a-half years since eight days of rain — what experts would eventually call a “100-year” flood — nearly cleaved Longmont in half....

It takes a village

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Longmont’s newest neighborhood is going to be a village within the city — a community of tiny homes for veterans who need a little...

Inkberry inquiry

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As professors at the University of Colorado Boulder, Gene Hayworth and Keith Waters know a thing or two about the written word. So when...

Entrees for grownups

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Longmont has some great barbecue and excellent pizza, as well as outstanding taquerias and top-notch burger and fried chicken spots — all casual places...

Lyons lair

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Sitting pretty in the foothills of our fabled range, Lyons is known as the Double Gateway to the Rockies, thanks to the two highways...

A space for memories

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“Three young people, kids I call them, in our family got married within six months of one another at very different venues,” says Annie...

Top Nibbles

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Over the years, Longmont has been stuck with many nicknames by clueless out-of-towners ranging from “Longtucky” to “the turkey factory town.” The...

The Sugar Factory Arrives

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The potential for growing sugar beets in the Longmont area had been noted in an early promotional pamphlet for the Chicago-Colorado Colony,...

Wibby’s way

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It had taken close to three months and almost $1,000 to get a case of Ryan Wibby’s Lightshine Helles lager delivered to...

For a song

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You never know if the next singer you hear at an open mic night will go on to music fame and fortune. Take...