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Articles from the March 25, 2020 edition

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Niwot's places of worship suspend services

In small towns, churches are much more than simply places of worship to gather on Sunday mornings. They provide a space for neighbors to socialize, for newcomers to meet people, and for those without...

 

Local restaurants trying to survive with new business models

It's not the way Leland Oxley expected to launch his Gunbarrel restaurant, Motherlode. In less than two weeks he opened the new restaurant, closed down the dining room, started a carryout and...

 

Niwot Market weathers coronavirus storm

On March 12, escalating efforts by state and school officials to stop the spread of COVID-19 touched off a "panic buying" spree at Niwot Market that left several shelves bare and sent some longtime...

 

Niwot businesses are changing hours and services due to coronavirus

Niwot businesses are staying nimble as each day brings new developments in the fight against the coronavirus. A new page on the business community's website, Niwot.com/COVID-19, has the latest...

 
 By Emily Long    COVID-19    March 25, 2020

Video conferencing in a pandemic

It turns out having a big birthday during a global pandemic is a bit of a bummer. March 20, 2020, was a milestone birthday for me: 40. I had been planning to celebrate at a nice restaurant perched on...

 

Strategies to cope with anxiety as daily life is turned upside down

It happened so fast. Our minds are reeling as we try to cope with a shocking new reality that upended the way we live our lives. But there are many small, manageable things we can do to keep from being overwhelmed by anxiety, fear, loneliness, loss a...

 

Help local farms through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Spring has officially sprung, which means local farm-fresh produce can't be far behind. To partake in the upcoming bounty and help foster sustainable and regenerative agriculture, join one of the...

 
 By Hannah Stewart    News    March 25, 2020

The 2020 census has come to Boulder County

In 1787, the United States' founding fathers wrote the census into the constitution and since then, there have been 22 censuses. The 2020 iteration will be nearly as revolutionary as the nation's...

 

Quarantined? Socially isolated? These books will help get you through

While everyone is locked up inside, whether by choice with social distancing or mandated quarantine, you'll probably have some down time on your hands. So pick up a book, in addition to the...

 

Working out under quarantine: Training for Warriors shares tips and insight

The gym and personal fitness industry sees an annual increase in participation around the new year. But in light of the coronavirus and the associated restrictions on personal space and public...

 

Coronavirus puts Boulder Collegians' season in limbo

In what has been a difficult time for baseball fans, the Boulder Collegians are hoping their 2020 season won't contribute to the list of disappointments. Owner and General Manager Matt Jensen, a forme...

 
 By Bruce Warren    Sports    March 25, 2020

Patrick Perry – Ranger scout and inventor

Patrick Perry, a 2001 graduate of Niwot High School, was an important part of the 2000 NHS 4A state baseball championship team, and one of three players from that team selected in major league...

 

Letter to the Editor: Transplant Recipients and COVID-19

Heightened health concerns are forefront in the news due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. This is not new to those of us blessed with second chances for life due to an organ transplant. We, as a condition of our great fortune to be organ...

 

Student-Athlete of the Week: Abby Eidsness

Fourth-year varsity lacrosse defender Abby Eidsness didn't realize it at the time, but mom knew best when it came to the Niwot senior's eventual sport of choice. "I started playing lacrosse in a...

 

Community Pet Spotlight (Maxwell, March 25)

Meet Max. Max was adopted from the Boulder Humane Society via a shelter in Houston, Texas. Max is a true "southern gentleman". He goes out of his way to say "hello" and becomes fast friends with...

 

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