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10 min ago | Fort Morgan Times
Despite the attorney general's insistence that the documents are not valid, Boulder County issued five more marriage licenses to same-sex couples in the first hour that the Clerk and Recorder's Office in Boulder was open this morning.
1 hr ago | Daily Camera
David Polka, an artist from Oakland, California, paints a mural on the metal railing disc on the bridge by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art on Thursday.
4 hrs ago | Boulder Weekly
Truth be told, Brooklyn musician John Jagos is a little peeved no intrepid music reporters have ever asked him about the psychedelic band he started in high school.
8 hrs ago | Denver Post
The sculpture "The Girls With the Book" sits covered in orange spray paint at the corner of 11th Street and Canyon Boulevard in Boulder on Wednesday.
Lucia Chen listens to Noah Geisel talk about using social media and crowdsourcing during a Chinese language instruction program at the University of Colorado on Wednesday.
Nick moved to Grand Junction in March 2013, but he's lived in Colorado for most of his life.
Women and minorities who advocate for diversity in the workplace often receive lower performance reviews, while their white male counterparts are rewarded for the same behavior, according to new University of Colorado research.
Rodney Honcoop, left, asks Blayd Mattes about his hand while learning to play spades in the Boulder County Jail on Monday.
Jo-El Hartman, left, and her wife Dylan Yates, both of San Diego, smile after obtaining their Colorado marriage license on Thursday, July 3, at the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's Office in Boulder.
Ryan O'Reilly and the Avs were slated to go to arbitration in Toronto Wednesday morning Striking a last-minute deal to avoid arbitration, the Avalanche and left wing Ryan O'Reilly agreed Wednesday morning to a two-year, $12 million contract, the team confirmed.
When a baby is born , the first question we ask is, "Is it a boy or a girl?" What if it's neither? "Intersexion" explores the lives, challenges, and rights of people born with ambiguous genitalia.
Boulder could raise water, wastewater and stormwater rates significantly next year to speed up the rate at which the city lines older clay pipes and addresses other infrastructure issues that led to widespread sewer backups during last year's flooding.
Their faces are pasted with salted sweat. They collapse onto the pavement. A few roll themselves into the frigid Blue River.
Jessie Taylor knows there's something to the old cliche: "There's more to a person than meets the eye."
KT's BBQ is relocating its longtime Boulder restaurant, but the locally owned barbecue joint isn't hoofing it too far.
Renee Nichols, at right, works out during a Stripping Away the Layers class at the Free Motion Dance Center on Pearl Street in Boulder.
A study led by a University of Colorado professor has found that playgrounds featuring natural habitats and trees, not just asphalt and recreational equipment, lessen children's stress and inattention.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 09:25 pm
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