Tuesday Feb 11
Residents curious about fixes for flood-vulnerable Coal Creek corridor
The September flood didn't quite reach 500-year flood status along Coal Creek as it roared down from the foothills into eastern Boulder County, but it came darn close.
Coal, Rock creeks study should yield new flood maps for Boulder, Broomfield counties
Communities in east Boulder County, along with Broomfield, should soon have a much better sense of the hazards posed by Coal and Rock creeks and what can be done to lessen the damage from the next devastating flood.
"Zombie subdivisions," abandoned in downturn, plague Colorado counties
JANUARY 21, 2014: Property line marker are in place and the dirt groomed in a neighborhood that stood vacant and was partially built for a long time along Saratoga Drive in the Coal Creek subdivision in Lafayette, Co on January 21, 2014.
Boulder County commissioners review flood responses, other highlights of 2013
Among the accomplishments noted by Boulder County commissioners in their "State of the County" review of last year's programs and projects: Wildfire Partners: Most of the planning has been completed on a project to be launched later this month to determine what needs to be done to properties in order to prevent or mitigate wildfires, connecting ... (more)
Louisville Elementary enrollment generating concern among parents
Teacher Jeff Morton works with Sal Saia, left, and Noah Schuler on a lesson about Colorado History and the conflicts between settlers and the local Native American population in Tiffany Boyd's class at Louisville Elementary School on Monday.