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Articles from the April 15, 2020 edition

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 By Abigail Scott    News    April 15, 2020

Upside down and rightside up living during COVID-19

I always figured if I made it through a Colorado winter living in my built-out Dodge ProMaster cargo van, then everything else that came my way would be a piece of cake. However, I never considered a...

 
 By Patricia Logan    News    April 15, 2020

Bees and their keepers are busy this time of year

It's tempting to start waging war on those early dandelions, but before you dig in, keep in mind that bees are counting on the yellow morsels. They don't have a lot of dining choices this time of...

 
 By Jack Carlough    Sports    April 15, 2020

Niwot and Silver Creek baseball play the waiting game

If you haven't noticed by now, this spring has been a little different. The birds are still chirping and the flowers are still blooming, but the absence of baseball is apparent. As of April 12, CHSAA...

 
 By Emily Long    News    April 15, 2020

New business teaches financial literacy to kids

When Lorne Jenkins was eight years old and his sister was five, they were constantly asking their mom, Ellen Ross, if they could eat out for dinner. "She just got fed up with it, so she posted on the...

 

Flagstaff Academy principal wins leadership award

They call her Mama G., but students and teachers at Flagstaff Academy can now refer to their middle school principal as Colorado Charter School Leader of the Year. "I was very excited and totally...

 

Stimulus scams target elderly

In an increasingly digital age, when it's easier than ever to connect with millions of people, it has also become easier to take advantage of others. Gone are the days of snake-oil salesmen; instead,...

 
 By Hannah Stewart    News    April 15, 2020

Easter was still social for worshippers, even with social distancing in place

Easter was different for everyone this year: there were no community egg hunts or egg rolls, and for those who hold the religious side dear, there weren't (in-person) services either. Instead,...

 

Grable Howie's "Centennial State" earns invite to CU workshop

Grable Howie isn't used to writing songs on command, but when the talented junior was tapped to represent Niwot High in the CU College of Music's Centennial Song competition, he found that...

 
 By Jocelyn Rowley    News    April 15, 2020

Kilt Farm helps fight food insecurity in Boulder County

As the economic impacts of the coronavirus shutdowns continue to accumulate, more and more families are seeking supplemental food assistance from state and county agencies. To help fill the growing...

 

Living in a New World

As the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to hit not only the United States, but the entire world, I know that it is affecting everyone's mental health. It's hard not to focus on anything but w...

 

Maintain a social distance from young wildlife

Each spring, Colorado welcomes an abundance of new young wildlife across the state. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is partnering with the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association (CPRA) to remind...

 

Community Pet Spotlight (Duck, April 15)

Duck is a 2 ½ year old Golden Retriever. She is a master at nose work and can sniff out any treat, no problem. She loves hiking, swimming, and playing with her friends. She can often be found...

 

A honey of a day

LHVC reader Sarah Hersh sent along this photo and description of a recent day out in Niwot. "Oliver (6) and Ella (5) have been homeschooling/adventuring due to school being closed. We read books...

 

Having fun with Niwot's No Touch Easter Rock Hunt

Members of the Noterman family of Niwot tracked down Easter rocks in Niwot's "No Touch Easter Rock Hunt." From left, Makenna, Brennan, Kaleb, and Hailey. https://www.lhvc.com/story...

 

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