Articles from the March 13, 2019 edition
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Family heritage workshop coming to the Left Hand Grange
DNA testing companies like 23&Me can tell you about your genetic origins, but they can’t tell you much about the fateful encounters, harrowing escapes and happily-ever-afters that helped those...
Time to seek treatment for EAB and replace lost trees
If you’ve have ash trees that have been marked for removal due to the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) quarantine in Boulder County, you still have time to schedule treatment to keep your trees from being... Full story
Winter gives athletes (and the rest of us) a chance to take a break
This long, cold winter has many feeling cooped up. For people who exercise and train outdoors―which is a large portion of Boulder County’s population—the icy paths and sub-zero temperatures make... Full story
Niwot girls golf looks to build on state experience
The Niwot girls golf team found its way back to the Class 4A state tournament in 2018, and head coach Ed Weaver has every reason to believe that the Cougars are headed back there in 2019. With a mix... Full story
Niwot track and field begins "relentless" pursuit of Class 4A titles
The Niwot track and field team lost a number of its top performers to graduation after last season, but Maurice Henriques isn’t fazed. In fact, the ninth-year head coach thinks the 2019 Cougars are... Full story
Flagstaff Academy Sends "Burgundy Dragons" VEX IQ Robotics Team to World
The Colorado State tournament for VEX IQ robotics took place on Saturday, March 2. Flagstaff Academy had five teams qualify to compete at a state level: three middle school teams and two elementary... Full story
Niwot LID board welcomes three new members
The Niwot LID advisory board is back at full strength, following the appointment of three new members late last month. Joining the six current members are residential representative Lisa Rivard, and...