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  1. Nancy Jones: Time to bulldoze BCH Broadway campusRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Camera

    I retired from nursing in 2005 and I would like to share a little anecdotal memory from my days as a floor nurse at BCH. I once had a patient who was a hospital designer from out of state.

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  2. Gardeners with generous hearts aid Lyons, Jamestown flood victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Camera

    Etc.: All plant sizes and varieties are welcome up to a 5-gallon pot size, including seeds. Please pot up in plastic pots or placed in a plastic bag and make sure the plants are well watered.

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  3. Hotel cost for local officials' Utah meeting raises eyebrowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Daily Camera

    Elected officials from Longmont and Boulder will be among roughly 200 municipal government leaders gathering in Salt Lake City next month for a National League of Cities leadership meeting. The summer leadership meeting gathers the NLC's 52-member board of directors plus the members of the organization's seven steering committees at The Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.

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  4. Boulder Creek Festival offers salute to fallen soldiers, teen eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Daily Camera

    The "Delirium" dancers from Streetside Studio of Boulder, perform on the community stage at the 2014 Boulder Creek Festival. Air Force veteran Tony Gavin will be planting 110 American flags in the ground at this year's Boulder Creek Festival - 68 in memory of Coloradans killed in the Iraq war, 40 for those killed in Afghanistan, one to symbolize all who died in other wars and one in honor of fallen service dogs.

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  5. Cinderella story comes to an end as Harpo's FC loses in soccer tourneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Daily Camera

    All of the players on the Harpo's team have day jobs - and none of them are being paid to play soccer. Harpo's FC, the Boulder-based amateur soccer team that found itself on the pitch with big, bad professional teams in the U.S. Open Cup, lost its second-round game, 2-1, to the Colorado Springs Switchbacks of the United Soccer League.

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  6. 28 things to do in Boulder County today, May 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Daily Camera

    Richard Saxon's new photography exhibit "A Kid's Soul" will be on display Thursday's through May at The Sanctuary Gallery. Arts for the Soul presents Richard Saxon's new photography exhibit "A Kid's Soul."

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  7. Rich Lopez: Time for Boulder to look at Planning ReserveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Camera

    Editor's note: The Daily Camera welcomes Rich Lopez to our roster of community columnists. As a land-use attorney and former member of the Boulder planning department staff, planning board and city council, Rich brings a wealth of knowledge to current land-use issues in Boulder.

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  8. Boulder amateur soccer team is on a magical run in the U.S. Open CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Camera

    Standing on the sidelines, acting as coach during a Sunday recreation-league soccer game, Johnny Freeston noted the hangover potential at a 9 a.m. Sunday game with a crew of mostly 20-something players. Freeston, the owner and manager of the Harpo's FC team, also knew that some of his key players should be resting up for a very big game.

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  9. 19 things to do in Boulder County today, May 20Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Camera

    Jason Rodriguez and Dr. Virginia Anderson will speak about and sign "Colonial Comics," which Rodriguez is the editor and Dr. Anderson is a contributor tonight at the Boulder Book Store. "Colonial Comics" is a graphic novel collection of twenty stories focusing on the colonial period from 1620 through 1750 in New England.

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  10. Prep message board: May 21Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Daily Camera

    Boulder Valley Girls Softball Association and BoCo Fast Pitch are partnering to run a series of Skills Clinics and a Camp for girls softball players living in Boulder, Lafayette and Louisville. All clinics and the camp will be held at Stazio Complex II .

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  11. 2015 Bolder Boulder: CU's DiStefano named as race's official starterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    The race and the school are celebrating the 35th anniversary of their partnership, and race founder Steve Bosley thought there was no better way to acknowledge that collaboration than to have the leader of the Boulder campus starting each of nearly 100 waves. DiStefano has worked at CU in a variety of roles for 41 years.

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  12. Affordable housing fee for Boulder commercial developers gets final approvalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    The Boulder City Council voted 5-1 on Tuesday night to give final approval to commercial linkage fees that are based on a 2009 study estimating the impact of new jobs on housing demand. Though the study was done six years ago, the City Council at that time only implemented the fees on a portion of downtown development that exceeded certain density limits.

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  13. Boulder council authorizes 'civic use pad' letter of intentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    The Boulder City Council has authorized City Manager Jane Brautigam to sign a letter of intent with St. Julien Partners to develop the "civic use pad" on the northwest corner of Ninth Street and Canyon Boulevard for a combination of meeting and event space and hotel uses. The proposal represents a change in the concept of "civic use" that was envisioned when St. Julien built the pad and set it aside in 2002 and a reduction in the percentage of the site that will be dedicated to public use from 20 percent to 10 percent.

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  14. Exemption for Boulder Food Park moves forwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    Meghan Behen gets her food order from the Tasterie Truck last week in Boulder. The City Council gave initial approval Tuesday night to allow some waivers for a requirement that food trucks stay 150 feet away from any brick-and-mortar restaurant.

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  15. Month of May already wettest in Boulder County in 20 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    Boulder County is in the midst of one of its rainiest periods in recorded history, and the deluge isn't projected to end anytime soon. Meteorologist David Barjenbruch of the National Weather Service said the forecast calls for the threat of rain every day at least through the weekend.

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  16. Editorial: The U.S. 36 straw manRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    The straw man is a well-known debate tactic by which one side misstates or invents an opposing argument to make it easier to refute. And so we have representatives of Plenary Roads Denver claiming that the sentiment it must overcome about the redevelopment of U.S. 36 between Denver and Boulder is the notion that the entire road will be tolled.

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  17. Boulder Economic Summit to focus on the talent poolRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    Boulder is a magnet for people searching for a great place to live and work, but holding onto that talent and keeping employees engaged remains a challenge. The summit, the Boulder Economic Council's signature annual event, will begin Thursday morning at the University Memorial Center on the University of Colorado campus.

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  18. Boulder Housing Partners launching $78M renovation project for public housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    After receiving federal approval for local control of its public housing properties, Boulder Housing Partners this fall is beginning a $78 million project to renovate 279 units and add new playgrounds and community centers to some sites. The housing authority is planning to update six properties in Boulder, including townhomes, single-family homes and senior apartments across the city.

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  19. Boulder analyzing Xcel's power purchase offer, impact on stranded costsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    Xcel Energy's willingness to sell power to Boulder at the same rates it charges other wholesale customers is important information as the city prepares transition plans for a future municipal electric utility, city officials said Tuesday. "Boulder was pleased to hear back from Xcel Energy about the company's willingness to sell our community electric energy for a limited period time, should the city decide to create its own utility," Heather Bailey, executive director of Energy Strategy and Electric Utility Development, said in a news release.

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  20. Construction about to start on Simpson Old Town in LafayetteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Daily Camera

    Construction is about to begin on the Simpson Old Town project, a mixed-use residential and commercial development Lafayette officials say fits local efforts to revitalize the East Simpson Street area. The project is to include construction of three residential buildings northwest of East Simpson Street and North Iowa Avenue that will house 18 townhomes.

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