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  • Meet Atomga, this week's Rock & Rails headliner

    Deborah Cameron|Jun 8, 2022

    This week's Rock & Rails headliner, Atomga, is bringing its signature mix of Afrobeat music infused with jazz, rock, hip hop and funk to Whistlestop Park June 9. The band was co-founded by tenor sax player Frank Roddy and guitarist Casey Hrdlicka who met when they were part of the nonprofit organization, Friends of Red Rocks. Roddy brought a background as a Nashville-based songwriter to the band, while Hrdlicka, who also teaches music classes at Denver's Swallow Hill, brought a performance...

  • Niwot's first 2022 Sidewalk Sale

    Deborah Fowler|Jun 8, 2022

    Niwot had a busy start to the first week of June, with Rock and Rails opening on Thursday night, June 2, followed by the First Friday Art Walk, and the first of two Sidewalk Sales on Saturday. Local retail businesses offered special promotions and musicians played all day around town in the brilliant sunshine. A few pop up vendors dotted around, storytellers and bubbles plus the popcorn truck with kettlekorn and shaved ice providing a wonderful atmosphere for shoppers and diners all day. The...

  • The Slepicka tractor collection

    Special to the Courier|Jun 8, 2022

  • A Celebration of Life for Tom Theobald

    Special to the Courier|Jun 8, 2022

    Thomas Cross Theobald Dec. 18, 1942 - Nov. 10, 2021 A Celebration of Life for Tom Theobald will be held on Saturday, June 11th at 1:00 pm at the Left Hand Grange in Niwot. Tom died Nov. 10, 2021, after a long-time illness. His family invites the Niwot community to attend and to bring stories of Tom to share. For more information on Tom’s contributions to the Niwot community, please see Tom’s full obituary in the Dec. 15, 2021 issue of the Left Hand Valley Courier....

  • Robert Glen Herchenroeder

    Special to the Courier|Jun 8, 2022

    Robert Glen Herchenroeder of Longmont died May 23, 2022, at age 81. Bob was Assistant Principal at Longmont Junior High School, now Sunset Middle School, in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Memorial contributions can be made to the Longmont High School Education Foundation, 1040 Sunset St, Longmont, CO 80501 or to the Alzheimer’s Association....

  • Chip sealing to start

    Special to the Courier|Jun 8, 2022

    Boulder County Road Maintenance will begin annual chip seal work on county roadways on Tuesday, June 7. The work will take place between 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and is expected to last into early July, weather permitting. A complete list of roads is available below and can be found on the county website. Chip sealing work consists of applying liquid asphalt to a road surface followed by a layer of one-quarter inch chips that essentially create a new layer on top of the road. A week after the chips are applied, crews...

  • The Story Behind the Name: Boulder County Poor Farm

    Kathy Trauner and Leigh Suskin|Jun 8, 2022

    You've likely driven past it many times, glancing at the impressive red brick Queen Anne-style house on 63rd Street, just south of Jay Road, without realizing its historic significance. The property which includes the house at 3902 N. 63rd Street, now consists of 78 acres, but the property once spanned the area between Haystack Mountain and Valmont Butte. This is the story of Chambers Homestead/Fort Chambers, the Boulder County Poor Farm and Hospital. Many Indegenous peoples consider this land...

  • Rock & Rails kicks off

    Yule Petersen|Jun 8, 2022

    This year's Rock & Rails season kicked off–appropriately–with the high-energy funk music of Funkiphino. Niwot's free summer concert series runs every Thursday night, June through August, in Whistle Stop Park. As the recipient of the 2006 Governor's Award for Downtown Excellence for Best Promotional Event, Rock & Rails is well-attended, and much loved. Rock & Rails is sponsored by the Niwot Cultural Arts Association and the Niwot Business Association, with funding from the Niwot Local Imp...

  • Bert Steele's Friday Night Car Show began June 3 in front of Niwot Market

    Jun 8, 2022

  • Niwot Community Association June 2022 Board meeting

    Leonard Sitongia|Jun 8, 2022

    The Niwot Community Association (NCA) Board returned to the Mountain View Fire Protection District conference room for its monthly meeting on June 1st. It had not been possible to meet at that location since early in the pandemic. The annual Niwot Cleanup Day was held on an unusually chilly May 21st. Organized by Board member John Barto, this event allows NCA members to drop off a variety of types of household and yard materials at the temporary site set up for the event in the Niwot High School parking lot. It is free for NCA members, which...

  • Holes in our Life

    Master Trooper Gary Cutler|Jun 8, 2022

    One of my favorite movies is Groundhog Day. In the movie, Bill Murray has a line in one of his reports that is also a favorite of mine. “Well, it’s Groundhog Day…again.” That resonates with me more than you know. Well it’s pothole season…again. After a Colorado winter we see an influx of potholes around the state. This is not the fault of road crews, it's just our weather tearing into the roads as it does every year. So why bring up these axle killers? They can also be dangerous for drivers. Often, I see people driving along the roadway and...

  • Student-Athlete of the Week: Nicholas Stade

    Jack Carlough|Jun 8, 2022

    Having never touched a pole in his life, Niwot senior Nicholas Stade needed just three weeks to learn the pole vault and place ninth in the Class 4A state track and field championships on May 22. Stade said that after he was unable to qualify for state in the 110-meter hurdles, it was his head coach Maurice Henriques who challenged the team player to help Niwot gain an extra point or two. His vault of 12 feet, 9 inches was a pleasant result. "I really surprised myself with being able to do...

  • NHS Girls take 5th at state golf

    Bruce Warren|Jun 8, 2022

    Niwot High took four golfers to the state Class 4A state championship at Tiara Rado Golf Course in Grand Junction May 31-June 1, and the results did not disappoint. "We had a great state tournament," Head Coach Ed Weaver said. "We finished fifth place overall, which I'm very happy with. After the first day, we were fifth, but sixth, seventh and eighth place teams were very close." The Cougars separated from the pack on day two, finishing 26 strokes ahead of sixth-place Cheyenne Mountain. Erie...

  • Photo of the Week

    Jun 8, 2022

  • NHS Track photo gallery

    Jun 8, 2022

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