Articles written by Karen Copperberg

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Bloomin' beautiful for First Friday

Sarah Cioni's new shop in Niwot, Belle Terre, hosted its first ever Flower Mart in Cottonwood Square on First Friday, Sept 3. Cioni was pleased that it went well, and reported that all the vendors...

 By Karen Copperberg    News    June 23, 2021

Niwot Cookie Moms' patriotic packing

Diana Wartburg, Twyla Barrett and Patty Strecker pack donated goodies into red, white and blue boxes decorated by Michelle and Hattie Steege. The packages are destined for military bases overseas,...


A friendly reminder about recycling

Over the past few months, the free recycling containers located near the Niwot Loop Trailhead (79th St. & Highway 52) have been filled to overflowing with trash and other non-recyclable...


Niwot rallies to help local firefighters

Last week, Renee and Bill McDermid of the Hampton Inn in Gunbarrel needed help feeding firefighters working on the CalWood and Left Hand Canyon fires, as many area restaurants were closed for dining....


'Quieter Zone' coming to Niwot

Thursday, Sept. 3, saw some activity by Burlington Northern on the 2nd Avenue crossing in Niwot. While there is no firm completion date yet, Andrew Barth from Boulder County Transportation said that...


Niwot Patriotic Cookie Moms send holiday cheer to troops

During the first week of December, the Niwot Patriotic Cookie Moms packed and sent 25 boxes full of Christmas goodies to troops deployed overseas. Hattie Steege and her daughter Michelle added some fe...

 By Karen Copperberg    News    July 24, 2019

Niwot has a flower bomb…and no one got hurt

Sarah Cioni’s flower bomb and classes took place at the Left Hand Grange on Thursday, July 18. While assembly for all three classes was completed indoors, the capstone display was later exhibited...


Bike MS rests in Niwot

The 2700 registered riders, 150 to 180 of whom are “riding with MS,” had a rest stop in Niwot’s Whistle Stop Park on Saturday, June 29, while riding from Arapahoe Community College in...


Niwot gets its Halloween on at the 21st annual Great Pumpkin Party

Niwot's 21st annual Great Pumpkin Party was held on Saturday, Oct. 27.  Featuring a dog costume contest, parade, and haunted house, this year's event attracted hundreds of visitors to Old Town and...

 By Karen Copperberg    News    March 8, 2018

Buffalo Bill: Scout, Showman, Visionary

An outstanding lecture on the life of William F. Cody by Steve Freisen was enjoyed by a crowd of at least 120 people on Wednesday, Feb. 28 at the Left Hand Grange in Niwot. As the first 2018 speaker... Full story


Between You and Me

Originally published April 1, 1997. It’s my personal view that most people would love to have more time to communicate. In many cases, with our busy world, we don’t have the time or the patience to have a really great talk. Oh! For the days...

 By Karen Copperberg    News    July 7, 2016

July 4th Festivities in Niwot

The sun was out with temperatures near 90 degrees, and it was a wonderful setting for the annual 4th of July Parade in Niwot. In addition to the annual Pancake Breakfast, hosted by Bert Steele of... Full story


Local figure skater wins gold

Fifteen-year-old Julianna Foy has won another medal to add to her collection. The sophomore at Niwot High School, who started skating at four with her hockey-loving Dad, has been skating...

 By Karen Copperberg    News    June 9, 2016

5th Annual Why Not Niwot?

On June’s first Friday of the month, Osmosis Gallery and the Niwot Cultural Arts Association hosted the winners of this year’s art show. Emceed by Biff Warren of NCAA, and Anne Postle and Michelle... Full story

 By Karen Copperberg    News    May 5, 2016

Quilts with a story

On Wednesday April 27, the Niwot Historical Society (NHS) was lucky enough to hear the presentation, “Quilts That Settled The West,” by Jeananne Wright. Besides being a collector (she has one of...


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