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Boulder County’s Transportation Maintenance Division has started its annual chip seal work on county roadways. The work will take place from approximately 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and is expected to last three weeks, weather permitting. Read more

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The Girls Go CyberStart security challenge is as much a test of strategic thinking as programming skills, and for the second straight year, a team from Niwot High has proved highly adept at both. In the three-day finals held last month, the talented quartet of Davita Bird, Julia Curd, MacKen… Read more

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I had one of those moments last night, wherein something taken for granted comes to life again before your eyes, and you realize that it’s a precious gift, and not at all something to assume as natural and given, and I thought: My word, thank goodness for the existence of the Public Broadcas… Read more

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Please join Christine, Dan, Brittany & Kendrick in wishing David and Diana Wartburg a Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary!  To help them celebrate their July 19th anniversary, please shower them with cards, by mailing to: Read more

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With just one year of high school swimming under her belt, Mary Codevilla has already put her name among the top swimmers in the nation. The Niwot freshman swam her way into the top 100 in the country in the 200-yard individual medley and 500-yard freestyle, becoming a National Interscholast… Read more

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It’s not a mid-life crisis, but Niwot Youth Sports is hoping to have a little work done after turning the big 5-0 earlier this year. In the coming weeks, the non-profit organization, formerly known as Gunbarrel Lefthand Valley Recreation Association (GLVRA), plans to launch a capital campaig… Read more

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It’s been a whirlwind year for former Niwot pitcher Caleb Martinez, so when he was offered the chance to return to the friendly confines of Scott Carpenter Park and the Boulder Collegians for summer baseball, the right-hander didn’t have to think very hard about it.  Read more

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