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Articles from the August 5, 2020 edition

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 By Kristen Arendt    News    August 5, 2020

Lucky Pie Pizza says goodbye to Niwot after three years

Saturday, July 25 marked the last day for Lucky Pie Pizza's Niwot restaurant location. The restaurant, located on the southeast corner of Niwot Road and 79th Street, offered Neapolitan-style pizzas,...

 
 By Courier Staff    News    August 5, 2020

Fundraiser for the Family of Eddie Running Wolf

Eddie Running Wolf , an artist who created the Native American tree sculptures in Niwot, passed away on Aug. 5 due to complications from a suspected case of COVID-19. He was 62. He leaves behind his... Full story

 
 By Emily Long    News    August 5, 2020

Niwot artist handcrafts mugs for virtual Sunrise Stampede winners

The Sunrise Stampede is one of the many local events to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Despite everything, the 35th annual race will still be held this weekend on Aug 6-8, albeit virtually....

 

4-H Dog Project engages kids with dog Bingo and online training

Thank goodness for the dog. Throughout the whole coronavirus lockdown, school closing and restrictions, kids in the 4-H Dog Project had something positive to focus on. Leaders got creative with online...

 

A teacher prepares for an uncertain school year

Editor's note: On Aug. 4, as this issue was about to go to press, St. Vrain Valley Schools announced that the 2020-21 school year will begin with "a 100 percent online-learning model for all...

 
 By Hannah Stewart    News    August 5, 2020

Inkberry hosts book launch

In 2018, Keith Walters and Gene Hayworth founded Inkberry Books, and it quickly became a local institution in Niwot. Not only does the store have a variety of books, including new and used titles...

 
 By Jack Carlough    Sports    August 5, 2020

Boys tennis, softball get CHSAA green light

On July 29, the Colorado High School Athletics Association (CHSAA) announced that boys tennis and softball would join boys golf for the fall 2020 sports season. As of Aug. 2, other fall sports including football and volleyball are still awaiting a...

 
 By Lucy Haggard    News    August 5, 2020

Study launched to improve Diagonal commute

The State Highway 119 First and Final Mile Study, facilitated through transportation non-profit Commuting Solutions, is seeking input on how to make multimodal transportation more accessible to commuters along the Diagonal Highway. The study seeks...

 

Community Pet Spotlight (Minni-Aug. 5)

Meet Minni-This sweet and social 11-year-old kitty will make a delightful roommate and companion! Minni is chatty and affectionate and loves to be involved with what is going on. Minni will likely do...

 

Letter to the Editor (Aug. 5)

To the editor: "Do you have your mask?" A phrase that, in the past, may have only been spoken to a costume-clad child dashing out the door, eager to begin his candy hunt. Or perhaps Bonnie may have...

 

Niwot hoopster signs with Park University

Kyle Reeves isn't quite sure how his recruiting videos ended up in the hands of the Park University men's basketball Coach Jason Kline, he's just glad they did. When the spread of coronavirus made rec...

 

Boys golf preview: Safety concerns remain ahead of 2020 season

Amid the hubbub about the return to play plans for high school sports such as football and cross country, the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) quietly gave boys golf the green...

 

NHS students share thoughts on the upcoming school year

Editor's Note: Covid-19 has made an impact on almost everyone in the Left Hand Valley, with the announcement of a new online learning schedule at Niwot High School. Students at Niwot are scheduled to...

 

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