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Articles from the June 17, 2020 edition

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 By Patricia Logan    News    June 17, 2020

Niwot resident organizes a Zoom conversation to discuss race

Dawn Walton sensed that something was going on. She noticed that some of her neighbors in Niwot and Boulder County were averting their eyes when they saw her. She figured it had something to do with...

 

Summer travel is off to a slow start for local inns and Airbnbs

The fireplace in the great room is cold. The chatter of afternoon cheese and crackers get-togethers has been silenced. "It's just different now," said Cornelia Sawle, owner of the Niwot Inn. Business...

 

Subscription Subsidies Available

As part of the Facebook Grant supporting local journalism, the Left Hand Valley Courier has received funds to subsidize subscriptions to the Courier based on financial need. Additional funds have been dedicated to assisting subscribers with...

 
 By Emily Long    News    June 17, 2020

Local performing arts venues might be the last to reopen in pandemic

Live theater arts in the Left Hand Valley were effectively shuttered by the coronavirus pandemic in March, along with most everything else we gather together to do. While restaurants and shops are sta...

 
 By Kristen Arendt    News    June 17, 2020

Electric bikes provide a different means of transportation and recreation

Electric bikes, or e-bikes as they are commonly known, have begun to make significant in-roads in the cycling industry. Eric Bergeson, owner of Niwot Wheel Works, said that in his three years running...

 
 By Jack Carlough    Sports    June 17, 2020

SVVSD athletics back in action

SVVSD athletics took another step towards normalcy on Monday with its teams getting the green light to begin practices. When Boulder County and state coronavirus regulations began to loosen, District Athletic Director Chase McBride jumped at the...

 

Vintage Niwot welcomes A Few of a Kind Vintage + Mercantile

Niwot's 2nd Avenue is now home to a new boutique. Originally started in 2019 and operating out of another boutique in Loveland, A Few of a Kind Vintage + Mercantile has opened its doors to provide...

 
 By Hannah Stewart    News    June 17, 2020

Dem. candidates Marta Loachamin and Jonathan Singer on need for police reform

Since the death of Minneapolis resident George Floyd, the Black Lives Matter movement has once again come to the forefront of American thought. Along with the calls to specifically end police violence...

 

Niwot High campus supervisors receive commendation

Around lunchtime on February 20, a scary situation unfolded outside of the entrance to Niwot High School when a belligerent 51-year old man tried to enter the building and confront a staff member....

 

Student of the Week: James Tran

During his four years at Niwot High, James Tran was always eager to accept a new challenge, from joining the knitting club, to heading up the Innovation Center's curriculum development team, to teachi...

 

Letter to the Editor: The food bank needs your help

My name is Ellise Stager and I am going to be a junior at Niwot High School in the fall. The Community Food Share is in need of food contribution as a result of the global pandemic, and in an effort t...

 

Niwot Children's Park Reopens

The Niwot Children's park playground, public restrooms, and picnic tables will reopen on Wednesday, June 17, from sunrise to sunset. Use at your own risk. When using Niwot Children's Park and...

 

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