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Articles from the March 2, 2022 edition

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 By Deborah Cameron    News    March 2, 2022

Masks off: locals react to end of Boulder County mandate

As of Feb. 18, Boulder County Public Health's two public health orders requiring masks in public indoor spaces expired. For the first time in months, no one was forced to wear face coverings inside,...

 

Longtime Niwot Sanitation District's director to retire

It's a testament to Karen Behne's 25-year career at the Niwot Sanitation District when past sanitation board president Jim Jones said, "People come in to pay their bills in person so they can talk to...

 
 By Kristen Arendt    News    March 2, 2022

Seasonal closures for wildlife ensure shared lands for birds, bats and people

The City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) normally implements its first round of seasonal wildlife closures on Feb. 1, to protect cliff-nesting raptors such as peregrine falcons, prairi...

 

Photo of the Week (March 2)

This very good dog spent some time over the weekend "chilling" on the 2nd Avenue bump-out outside of Old Oak Coffeehouse (136 2nd Ave.) in Niwot. He wasn't camera-shy, once he heard the word...

 

Community Pet Spotlight (March 2)

Longtime Niwot pet Dallas the dachshund has passed away at the age of 18. Beloved Dallas was adopted by the Niwot Steiner family at the age of 7 from the local Petsmart. Dallas was a rescue from a...

 
 By Katrina Stroud    News    March 2, 2022

Cimmini's hosts symphony bruch to benefit Marshall Fire fund

On Feb. 26, the Italian restaurant Ciminini's (300 2nd Ave.) hosted a fundraising event for the Marshall Fire victims. Customers paid $25 per ticket to enjoy a lovely Saturday morning, while...

 
 By Bruce Warren    News    March 2, 2022

The Story Behind the Place – Howard L. Morton Water Reclamation Facility

Motorists traveling on 95th Street (also known as Hover Road) near the intersection with Niwot Road notice a sandstone sign on the west side of the road: "Howard L. Morton Water Reclamation Facility,...

 

No vacancy: Niwot fills nearly all available commercial space

Two years after the first COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns sent a shock through the local economy, Niwot isn't just back in business, it's booming. Over the past 12 months, shoppers, diners, and retailers...

 

Niwot High is even more green

Niwot's silver and green take on new meaning as the school has been recognized by the Youth Sustainability Board as a Green Star School. The program is part of a collaboration between Eco-Cycle and sc...

 

Arts Student of the Week--Jonah Fahlin

Jonah Fahlin has always had an artistic side, which he started exploring through digital art. Since coming to Niwot High, however, the sophomore has taken a more hands-on approach to expressing...

 
 By Jocelyn Rowley    Sports    March 2, 2022

Unified basketball season ends on positive note

Disneyland bills itself as "the happiest place on Earth," but on Saturday, Feb. 26, it had competition for that title from Niwot High School, where the St. Vrain Valley unified basketball teams came...

 
 By Jocelyn Rowley    Sports    March 2, 2022

Student-Athlete of the Week: Ashlee Wood

Ashlee Wood didn't have much basketball experience when she joined Niwot's new unified basketball team-just what she'd picked up by playing with her brothers and dad in the driveway. But what the athl...

 

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