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Articles from the January 19, 2022 edition

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 By Vicky Dorvee    News    January 19, 2022

Holiday lights illuminated a full display of generosity

For 35 years Chuck Rodgers has delighted the community with his all-out dazzling holiday light display. Installing the magnificent light show that grows a bit each year, tending to it for weeks while...

 

Niwot Market adjusts to new supply chain challenges

To paraphrase Forrest Gump's mama, a trip to the grocery store these days is like a box of chocolates-you never know what you're going to get because several items on your list are probably out of...

 

New owners for It's Only Natural Gifts

Though many didn't realize it at the time, last June there was a change to one of Niwot's longest-standing businesses. It's Only Natural Gifts, located next to Niwot Real Estate at the intersection...

 

Photo of the Week (Jan. 19)

Life got you down? Tired of politics, pandemic and polarization? Take a gander at these happy creatures. I defy anyone who sees this display to come away in a bad mood. Remember it is only 59 days...

 

Inkberry Books announces winter photo contest

Inkberry Books is hosting its first photo competition for the Après-Ski celebration (which is taking place on Jan. 29 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.). Gene Hayworth and Keith Waters, the co-owners of the...

 

Gunbarrel workers among King Soopers strikers

At 5 a.m. on Jan. 12, meat and deli workers at the Gunbarrel King Soopers store (6550 Lookout Rd) walked off the job to begin a strike that could last up to three weeks. The strike was called by the...

 

Revenues continue to climb in Niwot LID

At its first monthly meeting of 2022 on Jan. 12, the Niwot Local Improvement District advisory committee approved two funding requests from the Niwot Business Association, heard an update about the pa...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    January 19, 2022

Changes begin on Palmos Development project

The first significant change to the planned mixed-use Palmos Development property (formerly Colterra Restaurant) on the corner of 2nd Avenue and Murray Street was the removal of a mature Silver Maple...

 

Community Pet Spotlight (Jan. 19)

Meet Kona! Kona is a three-year-old black mouth cur/catahoula mix. Kona has been an inspiration to all who meet her! Her jaw was broken at one point and never healed properly. That is why her nose...

 

January book review: 'Shifting Forward'

When Inkberry Books gave me a copy of Carrie Jane Knowles' new book, I knew I was in for a treat, but I didn't know that I was also in for a surprise. Her upcoming book "Shifting Forward," which will...

 

Are you prepared?

Our hearts go out to our community members who are dealing with the painful aftermath of the Marshall Fire. Dealing with a catastrophe on this scale, we are asking you if this were to happen in your...

 

Local teams reunite at St. Vrain All District Meet

After a pandemic hiatus in 2021, the girls swim and dive teams from St. Vrain Valley high schools renewed their friendly rivalry at the annual All-District Meet, held Jan. 15 at Mt. View Aquatics...

 

Student-Athlete of the Week: Mary Codevilla

With five individual state championships and a Class 4A record to her name, there isn't much territory left for standout Mary Codevilla to conquer in high school swimming. But she still has lofty...

 

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