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We need to act now to fight wildfires

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For the 2021 fire season, the writing is on the wall. The West, despite a few days of intense winter, is...

Federal funding of CPW’s predator control plans was illegal, judge says

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Funding from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services (USFWS) of the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife’s...

Misfit review process

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Next year, when Jasmine Baetz’s sculpture ‘El movimiento sigue’ takes its permanent home on 28th Street, on a sliver of grass...

The far right is trying to use the Boulder shooting for...

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In the first hours following news of the King Soopers shooting on Monday, March 22, there were reports of far-right and...

How the media covers mass shootings has evolved. But is it...

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From the moment it happened, the shooting at King Soopers in South Boulder dominated the national news cycle for almost two days....

‘We’re still here’

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Melissa Fathman remembers a moment two years ago, on Indigenous Peoples Day, watching Sarah Ortegon, an enrolled Eastern Shoshone also of...

Boulder could play central role in shaping state pretrial reform legislation

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Boulder has become the center of a robust debate about criminal justice reform as legislation proposed by the ACLU and introduced...

On Atlanta and Boulder killings: Abolitionist visions

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The horrific killing of six Asian and Asian American women by a white man in Atlanta last week has brought to...

30 years of community and music

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As this issue was going to print, we learned that eTown’s House Manager Suzanne Fountain was among the 10 people fatally...

Boulder passed its first racial equity plan. Will it work?

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The City of Boulder’s racial equity plan is no panacea, according to its critics and supporters alike....

Making a thing while the world ends

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As the pandemic stormed in and unceremoniously upended in-person events last March, it also cast members of Writer’s Block across the country.

Drinks to-go, for good?

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Restaurants across the country lost about $120 billion in the early months of the pandemic — March to May 2021. In turn,...