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Articles from the January 20, 2021 edition

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Niwot Rental and Feed celebrates 40 years

Niwot Rental & Feed co-owner Steve Rollman has seen a lot of change during the store's 40 years at 291 2nd Avenue, but one thing that hasn't changed over four decades is the warmth and generosity...

 

Veterans Community Project set to begin building tiny homes for homeless veterans

On Aug. 27, 2020, the Veterans Community Project (VCP) broke ground on a two-acre site in Longmont, the beginning of the much-anticipated construction of a tiny home village for homeless veterans....

 

Student-Athlete of the Week-Elizabeth Duncan

Looking over the long list of Elizabeth Duncan's high school achievements, a few words leap to mind: varied, wide-ranging, unconventional, and, finally, impressive. From stints on the cheer and track...

 

Jump Start January with Niwot's Fun Run

As part of Jump Start January, everyone is invited to join in a community fun run. Runners should meet in front of Niwot Market on Saturday, Jan. 23 at 9:15 a.m., with the starting gun set to go off...

 

Information and vaccines are slow to come

The time window is open, but details have been scarce on how people 70 and over can register and get the COVID-19 vaccine. Boulder County Public Health tried to address growing public frustration...

 

Historic farm pieced back together as open space

For more than a century Charlie Stromquist and his ancestors farmed 175 acres northeast of Niwot. Extended family had 405 acres adjacent to the north, which Boulder County bought years ago as...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    January 20, 2021

Jack's Solar Garden seeks artist to shine a light on the farm

Boulder County's first solar garden is an inherent composite of nature, community, and pure inspiration. Jack's Solar Garden, a 1.2 megawatt solar array on north 95th Street, switched on operations...

 

Longmont Library to host virtual All Ages Art Expo

In February, the Longmont Library will be hosting a digital art expo for artists of all ages and experience levels to display their work. For artists interested in sharing their work, the library...

 

Community Pet Spotlight (Jan. 20, Ryan)

Meet Ryan. This adorable senior fellow is looking for a forever home of his own through Longmont Humane Society right now! Ryan is eight years old and possesses many of the qualities that we all...

 

New challenges ahead for Niwot boys basketball in 2021

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic altered the landscape of local high school sports, the 2021 boys basketball season promised to be full of potential pitfalls for second-year coach Clayton Wittrock...

 

Niwot girls basketball prepping for shortened season

Before the pandemic wreaked havoc on the Niwot sports calendar last spring, the most unprecedented thing about 2020 was the abysmal 2-21 record of the girls basketball team, the worst of longtime...

 

Colorado baseball showcase events scarce during pandemic

This is the final entry in a three-part series on how the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on high school athletics have impacted college recruiting for the Class of 2021. Read part one here and part two here. One of the best ways for high...

 

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