Animal Hospital Celebrates a Year of Pet Care in Niwot

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Colorado State University is ranked third in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for its veterinary medicine program, and two of the school’s graduates are taking care of local sick and injured pets at Left Hand Animal Hospital on Niwot’s Second Avenue.

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Industry Trends Keep Apparel Elusive for Village at the Peaks

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As retail clothing giants scramble for footholds in the shifting sands of current consumer buying trends, giants like Aéropostale and American Eagle Outfitter will shutter more than 100 stores apiece (counting last year and this) in an effort to staunch their losses and remain afloat.

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Avery Brewing Overflows Into New State-of-the-Art Facility in Gunbarrel

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Adam Avery doesn’t shy away from superlatives. “We try to make the best beer in the world,” the president of Avery Brewing Company said. With the brewery’s new state-of-the-art facility, which held its grand opening Feb. 16, he’s added what he hopes to be a “world-class restaurant” to the mix, offering up “great food, great beer, great service, in a great ambiance.” The brewery which Avery co-founded with his father, Larry, boasts 30 beers on tap. 

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Let's Wine About Winter Kicks Off with a Flurry

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Rockin’ Robin’s Retro & Resale owner, Robin Abb, pours a sample in one of the Let’s Wine about Winter signature mugs, free to event attendees with their $25 ticket price. Even blizzard conditions didn’t keep people away from the inaugural, store-to-store wine tasting event held in Niwot on Saturday, Feb. 21. According to ticket sales, 147 people came out to sample wine from local vintners, importers and liquor stores in close to 30 participating businesses. Host stores were located in both the downtown and Cottonwood Square shopping districts. 

 

Hans Kissner of Cutter's Edge Celebrates 62 Years of Style

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Hans Kissner began his hair-styling career by sweeping floors and sterilizing the tools of the trade in his father’s shop in rural north central Germany in 1953. Just 15 years old, he eventually graduated to shaving beards with a straight razor.

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Marijuana Operation and Hornbaker Home's Adjacent Lot Spark NCA Debate

By Kim Glasscock

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The possibility of a marijuana grow house and retail outlet coming to Niwot generated discussion at the Feb. 4 Niwot Community Association board meeting. 

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Wise Buys Antiques Owners Share Hobby, Livelihood and Nearly 30-Year Partnership

By Pam Martin

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At the Elysian Fields auction held Feb. 8, dealers, collectors and members of the community gathered in the “pre-game” ritual of looking over the items headed for the block. Doors opened two hours before the auction so attendees could sniff out the gems on the docket.

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