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Articles from the April 13, 2022 edition

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 By Katrina Stroud    News    April 13, 2022

Library District Update

On April 5, in a joint session, the Boulder City Council and the Boulder of County Commissioners (BOCC) held a public hearing on whether to create a library district which would include all city of...

 By Patricia Logan    News    April 13, 2022

Prairie dogs out, grass seed in at Monarch Park

Only a few prairie dogs remain at the Monarch Park Open Space on the corner of 79th Street and Highway 52, clearing the way for a reseeding operation by Boulder County that began in early April. The...


Diagonal makeover in planning stage

The Boulder County Commissioners are hosting a town hall meeting, remotely on Zoom, inviting residents to hear about what the county describes as “the dynamic plans to reinvigorate this key corridor.” The meeting about Highway 119, also known as...

 By Courier Staff    News    April 13, 2022

Sad news

It is with great sadness that we report that Courier Advertising Director Ann Whitehill passed away suddenly last weekend. Ann resided in the Niwot-Gunbarrel area for many years and worked for the Courier for over three years, helping the Courier... Full story

 By Deborah Cameron    News    April 13, 2022

Photo of the Week (April 13)

A Niwot pup patiently waiting for its owner at The Old Oak....

 By Anne Dyni    News    April 13, 2022

Yesterday's News

Editor's Note: Historian Anne Dyni wrote a series of articles for the Left Hand Valley Courier. The series will be reprinted from time to time. Left Hand Men's Club First published February 2005 In...


Community Pet Spotlight (April 13)

Introducing Arnie, who has taken over bee-cat duties at Meadow Lake Honey. Not yet a year old, Arnie is still realizing that bees are best observed from a distance...no matter how fun it is to chase...

 By Katrina Stroud    News    April 13, 2022

Admiring Poetry, TWJ event

Take out your quills and moleskine notebooks, because April is National Poetry Month. I used to scorn poetry, as I thought of it as a pretentious medium of literature. That was until I attended Andrea Gibson’s poetry reading in college. Gibson reci...

 By Bruce Warren    News    April 13, 2022

LID revenues up in 2022

The Niwot Local Improvement District Advisory Committee (LID) met April 6 at the Niwot Inn to consider two funding requests, both of which were approved. LID Chair Scott Firle welcomed Jeff Knight to...

 By Deborah Cameron    News    April 13, 2022

What You Need to Know: Boulder Community Foundation and Niwot's Marshall Fire Fundraising effort

The community’s “Small Town Big Heart” fundraising campaign is well underway, and administered by the Community Foundation Boulder County and the statewide organization, Colorado Gives. With this arrangement, an experienced third-party is takin...

 By Bruce Warren    Sports    April 13, 2022

Niwot baseball posts blowout win

Gale-force winds helped propel the Niwot Cougars to their first victory of the season April 7 with a 21-3 win over Berthoud. Coach Ken Rosales, in his first season at the helm, picked up his first victory after seven losses, several of the...

 By Hannah Stewart    News    April 13, 2022

Inkberry hosts local author and activist Danielle SeeWalker

It was sunny and windy Saturday afternoon as a dozen community members met outside Inkberry Books. The event that day was a book reading and question and answer session with local author and activist...

 By Bruce Warren    Sports    April 13, 2022

Silver Creek Boys Swimming off to fast start

Veteran swimming coach Debbie Stewart is pleased with the early-season performance of her squad, which includes boys from Silver Creek and Niwot High schools, as well as a few other schools which...


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