Local Drag Racer Takes on Vegas Competition

 

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If you drove 180 miles per hour across a stretch of road in seven-point-two seconds, you’d want to wear a fire-retardant suit—and a neck restraint, and a helmet.

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BoCo FIRM to Appeal

Contracts awarded for "common-use" roads

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The citizen action group, Boulder County Fairness in Road Maintenance (BoCo FIRM) announced that after consultation with attorney Madeline Meacham of Halpern Meacham, the plaintiffs will appeal Judge Dave Williams' April 2 decision to dismiss the subdivision paving lawsuit filed against Boulder County. 

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Prospect Novelist’s Thriller Set in Boulder and Niwot

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The patients of Boulder-based therapist, Dr. Brock Williams, are being murdered one by one.

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Business Buzz

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Bank of the West in Niwot Welcomes new Branch Manager

Beginning March 30, Kylee Allen stepped in to fill the shoes of former Bank of the West Branch Manager, Karen Zurfluh.

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Local Film Fest to Feature Colorado Talent

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From April 29 through May 2 the Front Range Film Festival will feature independent films at eight venues in Longmont and Lyons, including the intimate space of a former dynamite shack, an art center, brew pubs, restaurants and distilleries.

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Howard Fogg's Railroad Painting Career Remembered

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It’s the rare person who can turn a childhood passion into a lifetime’s work. Howard Fogg was such a person. While his wartime experiences are documented in the book, “Fogg in the Cockpit,” and are the subject of an upcoming Niwot Historical Society lecture, his professional career of painting cannot be overlooked. 

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Niwot Rotarians Provide Relief for Typhoon Victims

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On March 13, a category five cyclone named Pam ripped through the South Pacific island nation of Vanuatu and left thousands of people homeless, with 90 percent of the island’s structures damaged or destroyed. The Rotary Club of Niwot immediately stepped up to meet the needs of the population by funding the provision of a ShelterBox. 

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