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Red flag laws are saving lives. They could save more.

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By Matt Vasilogambros, Stateline, an initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts If you or someone you know is concerned...

Colorado’s cradle of festivals

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The autumn sun was high in the sky and Quinn Sullivan was onstage at Telluride Blues and Brews belting out songs from...

Vote Guide 2021

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Boulder County, it’s a pleasure to meet you. My name is Brendan, and by the time you’re reading this, I’ll have been...

Who is Safer Boulder?

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This article is presented in partnership with Boulder Beat As tents proliferated in Boulder’s parks and public spaces, residents...

Annexed by emergency vote

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The Boulder city council voted 6-1 on September 21 to annex one of the most controversial properties in Boulder: CU South. It...

The great experiment—Can resident-owned mobile home parks save manufactured housing communities?

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The Sans Souci Community is something of a manufactured housing success story, at least so far. In late June, the residents of...

Officers of chemical restraint

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Charges against the paramedics who administered ketamine to Elijah McClain could inhibit EMS use of sedatives.

Labored days

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It had been ages since our water glasses were refilled. No one had taken our drink or appetizer orders yet. We...

The e-scooter influx

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Boulder Launches new Lime e-scooter pilot program to gather data.

Re-indigenizing the story of Bears Ears

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One man's mission to bring indigenous voices to the management of their ancestral land.

‘Do you have a reser-vaccination?’

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Here’s the thing:  If you want to dine inside most Boulder restaurants this fall and winter, you should get...

Birds of Fire lives again

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The hike to Chiefs Head, the third-highest peak in Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP), is a haul by any account. Seven miles...