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Articles from the July 20, 2022 edition

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 By Bruce Warren    News    July 20, 2022

NBA Meeting

Jeff and Dawn Server hosted the July 12 meeting of the NIwot Business Association at their home in Heather Hills, which is also the site of Meadow Lake Honey. Dawn Server explained the varieties of...

 By Yule Peterson    News    July 20, 2022

The House Blend Band on 2nd Avenue

Saturday night in Niwot was special as the first block of 2nd Avenue was closed off for another concert by the House Blend Band, with Old Oak Coffee House owners Michael Tomich and Patty Machen,...

 By Katrina Stroud    News    July 20, 2022

Do e-bikes belong on public trails?

City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) is considering and evaluating the use of e-bikes on some city open space trails. This proposal would allow class-1 and class-2 e-bikes on the Boulder Canyon Trail, the trails that exist on the...

 By Gene Hayworth    News    July 20, 2022

Renovations at the Niwot Post Office

From June 17 through June 23, 2022, the Niwot Branch of the U.S. Postal Service closed for renovations. According to Adam Lambing, Sales Service Distribution Clerk, it took two days to move...

 By Deborah Cameron    News    July 20, 2022

Two area breweries take home four medals at the U.S. Open Beer Championships

Two local breweries recently medaled in the coveted U.S. Beer Cup. Niwot-born Bootstrap Brewing took home gold for its often awarded Wreak Havoc Imperial Red and a silver for its Chillax Pineapple...

 By Bruce Warren    News    July 20, 2022

Vandalism at Niwot Children's Park

The restroom doors at Niwot Children's Park were vandalized earlier this summer when someone tore the signs off the doors. At this point, the boys restroom (on the east side) and the girls restroom...

 By Kristy Zado    News    July 20, 2022

Trip to Europe a Success for Niwot Students

After years without a teacher-led trip to Europe due to travel restrictions brought on by Covid, Niwot students were excited to be able to travel together. A total of 48 students and chaperones...

 By Bruce Warren    News    July 20, 2022

Gunbarrel North HOA in turmoil

The Colorado legislature recently passed legislation to curb the powers of homeowners’ associations, and Governor Jared Polis signed the law June 3, 2022, to take effect August 10, 2022. The law grew out of abuses by HOA’s concerning fines, forec...

 By Deborah Cameron    News    July 20, 2022

Spotlight on The Eagles as the Long Run comes to Rock & Rails

The Eagles is the kind of music that whenever it's played it's hard to keep from tapping your feet or humming along. Fans know the songs, though many prefer one style of the group's songs over...

 By Yule Peterson    News    July 20, 2022

Tim Ostdiek and Jenny Balagna opened Rock & Rails July 14 concert

The audience gathered for Rock & Rails last Thursday evening enjoyed a great opening act featuring Longmont's Tim Ostdiek, performing with Jenny Balagna. The music by the singer-songwriter was...

 By Jack Carlough    Sports    July 20, 2022

Student-Athlete of the Week: Rachel Noble

A rarity in most sports, Rachel Noble was a four-year varsity player on the Niwot girls basketball team. The 2022 grad accumulated an impressive 80 career games played while scoring a total of 254 poi...

 By Katrina Stroud    Sports    July 20, 2022

NYS Monarch Improvement Project fundraising events

Niwot Youth Sports (NYS) is hosting a series of events to raise money for the Monarch Improvement Project. NYS, which was originally formed in 1972 as Gunbarrel Lefthand Valley Boys Baseball, Inc, is...

 By Bruce Warren    Sports    July 20, 2022

Skye Messinger drafted by Rockies

The third and final day of the Major League Baseball draft ended the suspense for Niwot High School grad Skyler Messinger when the Colorado Rockies selected him in the 19th round of the annual amateur...


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