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Articles from the February 5, 2020 edition

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 By Vicky Dorvee    News    February 5, 2020

Santelli's leadership of the NBA comes to a close

Tony Santelli's titles over his lifetime have been progressively more impressive and a couple of characteristics have consistently defined Santelli's legacy in both his professional and volunteer...

 

Developer unveils preliminary plans for former Colterra property

A proposed development on the former Colterra property at 210 Franklin St. in Niwot will include up to five residential units, plus a commercial "food/beverage" establishment in the historic Bader...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    February 5, 2020

Eight ways to show your community some love this Valentine's Day

When you're spreading the love to friends and family this Valentine's Day, don't forget another valuable member of your everyday life: the local community. There are a number of simple but thoughtful...

 

It's ditch burning season

It's ditch burning season in Boulder County. And that means Seth McKinney and Nick Stremel are starting to gear up. McKinney is a Fire Management Officer for the Boulder County Sheriff's office....

 

From entrepreneur to author: A Niwot man's literary success

"I wanted to show my children the whole parent, not just the parent they saw growing up, but the whole person," said Len Goldberg. "I wanted to document a number of paranormal experiences I've experie...

 

School districts recognize progressive Colorado voting laws with a week of awareness

As a college graduate, Congressman Joe Neguse founded an organization called New Era Colorado, which strove to amplify voter engagement. In 2013, this group was able to convince the state legislator t...

 
 By Emily Long    News    February 5, 2020

Youth leaders rally for action on climate

Youth leaders came together last weekend in Boulder for a summit on climate change, with a broad call to action on climate, social justice, and inclusivity. The Youth Summit on Climate Change at the...

 

What's happening to our trees?

In a field dominated by men, two women make up Boulder County's entire urban forestry team--Cathy Thiltgen and Mary Tiernan. "We take a lot of pride in that," said Thiltgen. If you have walked the...

 

Woes continue for Niwot girls basketball

The Niwot girls basketball team is still searching for its second win of the 2019-20 campaign, after falling 60-25 to Northridge on January 31st. The Cougars struggled on both sides of the court...

 

Mwebaza Club at NHS raises money for Ugandan boy

Last year, Niwot High School started the Mwebaza Club to turn shipping containers into classrooms for children in Uganda. The classrooms were a booming success and have greatly decreased the...

 

Flagstaff Academy recognizes National School Counseling Week

Flagstaff Academy's mission is to develop students who are equipped to be well-rounded, ethical leaders in the world community with a foundation based in mathematics and science. How does this look...

 

Letter to the Editor (Feb. 5)

Dear Editor, Many thanks to Carrie Wise, Pat Murphy and Bert Steele for sharing common sense insights into the impacts of incorporation. As Carrie so (wisely) put it: “I think Niwot is really good the way it is.” “Don’t mess with it if... Full story

 

Student-Athlete of the Week: Daniel Torres

Daniel Torres didn't know much about wrestling when he reluctantly joined Niwot's team as a freshman, which makes his success in the years since all the more impressive. Thanks to quick wits and a...

 

Community Pet Spotlight-JR (Feb. 5)

Meet JR. This social and easy-going 14-year-old kitty has been waiting patiently and is now ready to find his new forever home. JR is chatty and affectionate and loves to be in the company of people....

 

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