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Articles from the April 6, 2022 edition

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 By Kristen Arendt    News    April 6, 2022

Prescribed burns planned on City of Boulder properties for 2022

Where there's smoke, there's fire, but that's not always a bad thing. In the case of prescribed burns, fire is often used as a land management tool to help maintain agricultural properties, including...

 
 By Bruce Warren    News    April 6, 2022

Jeff Knight appointed to LID Advisory Committee

Jeff Knight, a Niwot resident since 2005, was appointed to the Niwot Local Improvement District Advisory Committee (LID) by the Boulder County Commissioners. Knight was designated by the Niwot...

 
 By Hannah Stewart    News    April 6, 2022

First Friday was a time for community

Cottonwood Square, the Niwot Sculpture Park, and Second Avenue were buzzing with activity at the First Friday Artwalk on the first day of April. Various businesses offered refreshments, and many...

 
 By Katrina Stroud    News    April 6, 2022

Concert kicks off Ukrainian sculpture fundraiser

The Sculpture Park Committee of the Niwot Cultural Arts Association (NCAA) kicked off a fundraising effort to purchase "Kore That Awakening," a sculpture on loan from Ukrainian artist Egor Zigura....

 

Community Pet Spotlight (April 6)

Meet Lacey. This sweet three-year-old gal is looking for her forever home. She would make a fantastic addition as a family pet and gets along with children of any age. She is a mellow cuddle bug who...

 
 By Patricia Logan    Sports    April 6, 2022

NHS girls tennis finally hitting the court

Weather has been winning the battle for the tennis courts this spring, but Niwot girls tennis is settling into the season with a 2-1 record and getting close to nailing down the lineup. The team...

 
 By Jocelyn Rowley    Sports    April 6, 2022

Niwot girls finally open season

Thanks to a snowy start to March, the 2022 golf season was delayed until after spring break, but the Niwot girls seem to have made the most of their extra time to practice. In two events during the...

 
 By Deborah Cameron    News    April 6, 2022

Marshall fire fundraising efforts are pushing to reach $100,000 goal

When the community's "Small Town Big Heart" fundraising campaign to help Marshall fire victims kicked off during Apres Ski Weekend at the end of January, coordinator and NBA Vice-President Deborah...

 

Senior Will Barnett publishes first book

Late one night, Shining Mountain Waldorf senior and avid reader Will Barnett was flipping through A Wild Sheep Chase by Haruki Murakami. While this night might have started like any other, it proved t...

 

LHVC: This was then

Now that we've been around for 25 years, the Courier will be recapping articles from 25 years ago. The following article appeared on page 1, Volume 1, Issue Number 2: Grange Field Gets Grass By Lori...

 

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