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Articles from the October 13, 2021 edition

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 By Vicky Dorvee    News    October 13, 2021

A quiet man dies in Niwot

Boulder County Sheriffs were summoned to 364 Franklin Street in Niwot to conduct a welfare check on Monday morning, Sept. 27. According to Sgt. Bill Crist, the official who first entered the house,...

 

Niwot's windy Oktoberfest

A windy Saturday didn't dampen Niwot's Oktoberfest spirits. The weather did, however, cause tossed signs, fallen chairs outside of The Wheel House, and fewer people participating in outdoor activities...

 

This little piggy went to market

If you're a frequent driver on Highway 52 you have probably noticed a new farm stand, Lazy J. The "J" is for John Scaggs, who is anything but lazy. Scaggs raises pigs, which he's been doing since...

 
 By Kim Glasscock    News    October 13, 2021

NCA proposes community garden at monthly meeting

Work on a proposal to create a community garden space in Niwot is starting, Niwot Community Association board member Diane Zimmermann told NCA members at the Oct. 6 meeting. "The first step is to...

 

Niwot LID board seats newest member at October meeting

In its first face-to-face meeting since March 2020, the Niwot Local Improvement District advisory committee heard a request to fund Niwot Holiday Magic, discussed the recent strategic planning...

 

Niwot's newest food truck

Anyone looking for dining options while at The Wheel House or Whistlestop Park might have noticed there's a new food truck in town. In August, La Musette opened on Murray Street between the entrance...

 

Proposition 119 promises funds for education, and a new government agency

On Nov. 2, Coloradans will be asked to vote on a measure that would raise taxes on marijuana sales, divert funds from the State Trust Lands and create a new state agency. This agency, the Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program (LEAP)...

 

SVVSD candidate profile: Karen Ragland

As a self-proclaimed "serial volunteer and community member," SVVSD Board of Education member Karen Ragland has been involved in the local educational community since 2007. She started in parent...

 

Arts Student of the Week-Dung Nam Pham

Dung Nam Pham is a gifted violinist in Niwot High's orchestra who pours his emotions into his performances. But for the school's orchestra director, Yin-Feng Keynes Chen, the senior's natural talent...

 

Niwot boys clinch 11th straight regional tennis title

The Niwot boys tennis team punched its ticket to the Class 4A state championships with a rousing team win at the 2021 Region 5 tournament, held at the home courts on Oct. 6-7. Led by junior Luke...

 

Niwot falls to fourth-ranked Fort Morgan

It's cliche to say that a team played better than the final score indicated, but for second-year head coach Nik Blume, it's also a pretty fair characterization of Niwot's 52-27 loss to fourth-ranked F...

 

Playoff-bound Cougars honor seniors as regular season wraps up

Niwot varsity and junior varsity softball players honored seniors Hannah Bassett, Ava McComas and Jasmine Aldama for senior night on Oct. 5. Earlier, head coach Bobby Matthews and his players learned...

 

Niwot sweeps Mountain View for eighth straight win

Losing a star player never helps a team, but the absence of standout middle hitter Zoe Gibbs didn't seem to hurt the Niwot volleyball team in its home match against Mountain View (4-13, 1-10) on Oct....

 

Community Pet Spotlight (Patches, Oct. 13)

Meet Patches. Patches is a gentle, affectionate and social two-year-old that will make a wonderful companion for her lucky adopter. This sweet young cat gets along well with people of all ages, as...

 

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