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The Boulder County Business Report
What do population forecasts tell us?
One of the ways that I like to "geek out" is by perusing various population projections.
Thu May 23, 2013
Colorado highway flush with coins after door opens on armored truck
A Brink's armored truck lost some of its valuable cargo Thursday after a rear door opened, allowing coins to be spread across Colorado Highway 66 just south of Mead.
Weld gun ordinance draws more public comment before final hearing
Weld County commissioners will hold a work session for residents interested in the gun ordinance at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Weld County administration building, 1150 O St.
'Gasland' director dishes on sequel, fracking in Colorado
When Gasland Director Josh Fox started making what would become one of the most galvanizing forces in the national battle against hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," he thought it would just be a short educational clip for people around his home state of Pennsylvania.
Officials hope street performers will juggle well with Friday Fest
JIM RYDBOMfirstname.lastname@example.org Dylan Reed juggles knives while in front of the Weld County Courthouse this week.
Tribune Opinion: Extra effort from D6, community helps students reach potential
JIM RYDBOMemail@example.com Greeley Central graduates make their way to their seats at the beginning of graduation ceremonies last year at District 6 Stadium.
Livestock marketing rule changes hit snag
JIM RYDBOMfirstname.lastname@example.org Greeley Producers yard worker Jennifer Dack watches the cattle while outside the 50th anniversary feeder sale in 2011.
The Carbon Valley Farmer
Lukewarm reception: Weld commissioners water down gun law rule amid lawsuit threat
Backing off from their original hard-line oppositional stance to recently enacted gun control measures by the state, Weld County commissioners approved a far tamer measure on first reading last week, ruffling feathers on both sides of the debate.
Wed May 22, 2013
Community response key during 2008 tornado
Tribune File Photo Volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints help a homeowner clean up debris in the Cornerstone area in Windsor back in 2008.
The Fort Lupton Press
United Way of Weld County announces $17K in nonprofit funding
Local nonprofit groups received $17,000 in funding approved by the United Way of Weld County Youth Allocations Committee earlier this month to help make a positive impact on the community.
Windsor, Colorado remembers deadly tornado on five year anniversary
The morning of May 22, 2008 dawned like most in Colorado during the spring with sunny skies and mild temperatures.
Tue May 21, 2013
Boulder County's oil, gas moratorium to end June 10
Boulder County's moratorium on processing new applications for oil and gas drilling in unincorporated areas will end, as scheduled, on June 10, county commissioners decided Tuesday.
Mon May 20, 2013
100 years ago: Fourth of July canceled; Some call Ault a - manless town'
Calling the town the Pierce Health Resort, the lack of trees in town, along with the lack of hay-fever producing plants, helps people to get over their symptoms if they stay just a few days.
Timeline of the 2008 tornado
The cloudy skies over Weld County begin to darken even more, especially over Milton Reservoir about 10 miles east of Platteville.
54 county sheriffs file lawsuit to block state gun laws
JOSHUA POLSONemail@example.com Weld County Sheriff John Cooke speaks during a press conference Friday morning at the Independence Institute, 727 16th Ave., in Denver.
Sat May 18, 2013
Longmont woman, Evans man arrested on warrants, illegal gun possesion
Police arrested a 34-year-old Evans man and a 33-year-old Longmont woman Friday night after investigating a report that a man with a gun in his waistband had made a shooting gesture, with his empty hand, at a family that was inside a car at a convenience store parking lot on the 800 block of Lashley Street.
Longtime Greeley-Evans area philanthropist Meakins dies
Jack Meakins, a philanthropist in the Greeley-Evans area who touched an array of people and nonprofits here in his lifetime, died on Friday.
Weld County honors fallen officers on Peace Officers Memorial Day
JOSHUA POLSONfirstname.lastname@example.org Weld County Sheriff's Cmdr. Donnie Patch rides his horse, Pawnee, past the American flags on display Wednesday morning at the Fallen Officers Memorial during Peace Officers Memorial Day at Bittersweet Park.
Colorado sheriffs file federal lawsuit challenging gun bills
Fifty-four Colorado sheriffs have filed a federal civil rights lawsuit over two of the gun bills passed during this year's state legislative session.
Sheriff gun-laws lawsuit: How many people in Colorado do they represent, anyway?
Weld County, Colo., Sheriff John Cooke, left, with El Paso County Sheriff Terry Maketa, center right, and other sheriffs standing behind him, speaks during a news conference at which he announced that 54 Colorado sheriffs are filing a federal civil lawsuit against two gun control bills passed by the Colorado Legislature, in Denver, Friday, May 17 ... (more)