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Lizette Van Jyl, with Air Bound, sets up a ropes course for the Boulder Creek Festival on Friday in Boulder.
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Boulder cyclist Ben Berden, while he and his girlfriend Nicole Duke, were being ticketed on Tuesday.
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Cyclists gearing up for summer bike rides can take a detour to the Blessing of the Bicycles on June 2, when four local churches will offer a few spiritual and inspirational words for bike enthusiasts.
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Nationally recognized health advocate Pete Leibig plans to retire Sept. 30, after serving as president and chief executive of Clinica Family Health Services for 27 years.
Parking near the finish line is available on the University of Colorado campus south of Colorado Avenue and Regent Drive.
A 16-year-old was formally charged in Boulder, Colo., Friday, accused of leaving a pipe bomb at a high school last week, court records indicate.
Hilbourne Sutherland appears in court at the Boulder County Jail on Friday. Sutherland was arrested in connection with a double stabbing in a campground near Nederland.
A group calling itself Empower Boulder plans to send this letter to as many as 10,000 Boulder households next week.
Caitlin Goldstein, left, and Danielle Dunn move a piece of the set for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival's first production, "A Midsummer Night's Dream." As we contemplate how we're going to enjoy a relaxing summer -- whether it be out-of-state vacations, concerts or festivals -- others are stressing to the max, scrambling around to put together ... (more)
University of Colorado research support member James Mach works on his laptop next to an unmanned aircraft system at CU s Research and Engineering Center for Unmanned Vehicles in February.
Rich Bjelkevig is founder and president of Broomfield-based Mountain Aviation Inc.
Boulder County's Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee on Thursday endorsed most of a staff-proposed update of 28-year-old guidelines for managing the Walker Ranch area.
University of Colorado Physics professor Ivan Smalyukh, right, works with graduate student Angel Martinez in his laboratory where he uses lasers to trap and manipulate liquid crystals.
We were running uphill, directly into a steady 30-mile-per-hour headwind. As part of our training to run the Bolder Boulder on Memorial Day, my 9-year-old son and I were running in a 5K race on a brutally windy spring day in April.
T he beauty of the live music landscape in the Colorado summer is, well, literally in the landscape.
K's China, a lightning rod for controversy with the Boulder police and the city council for years, has closed its doors, its owner citing the city's scrutiny.