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Articles from the February 11, 2018 edition


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  • Niwot’s wild side

    Vicky Dorvee, [email protected]|Feb 11, 2018

    Reports of big cat sightings in Niwot seem to be more prevalent these days. It might be because of the availability of sharing the news of sightings on Nextdoor Niwot and Facebook; or it’s possible that there’s an uptick in the population of mountain lions and bobcats in the area; or maybe big cats are getting used to living in close quarters with humans in the area and are not as fearful. This past week, Brooke Moulton wrote on Nextdoor Niwot, “This morning around 5:45 a.m. my husband...

  • Judge dismisses TLAG lawsuit

    Jesse Murphy, [email protected]|Feb 11, 2018

    Boulder County District Judge Nancy Salomone recently granted a motion to dismiss a lawsuit from the Twin Lakes Action Group against Boulder County regarding the purchase of open space as part of the Gunbarrel Public Improvement District (PID) that was approved by voters in 1994. The taxed amount over 11 years (the PID ended in 2005) came to a total of just over $2.3 million, and the county had pledged to match up to $1.9 million, according to the lawsuit. To date, the county is still $594,366 short of the amount promised, which is what...

  • Niwot businesses are happy to have you wine

    Vicky Dorvee, [email protected]|Feb 11, 2018

    Preparations for the fourth annual Let’s Wine About Winter event are underway. During this sometimes chilly, but warm-hearted social event, more than 28 businesses throughout Niwot will be serving up a little something from 1-5 pm, Saturday, Feb. 24 as patrons wander the town and enjoy public outdoor art, art galleries and culinary delights. Ducking in and out of businesses, sipping on wines, brews and other beverages, snacking on cheeses, nuts and chocolates, and meeting old and new friends are among the objectives for the afternoon, along...

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