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  • Let the holiday fun begin

    Staff Report|Nov 16, 2022

    Let the Holiday Fun Begin! Niwot’s Holiday Magic Celebration is kicking off with the 22nd Annual Enchanted Evening, followed by the coveted Holiday Parade, Small Business Saturday and two weekends of Holiday Markets and events around town. The details: Enchanted Evening It all began over 20 years ago when the town gathered around the evening following Thanksgiving to light the holiday tree and support our local shops by jump starting the holiday buying. Sarah Cioni, one of the originators of the event, says this year is no different. The tree l...

  • Mural artist George Curtis Levi completes last mural of project

    Vicky Dorvee|Nov 16, 2022

    This is the final piece in a series of stories on the four artists who painted murals as part of the Cottonwood Square Shopping Center-Jerry Sinor Building mural project. "Arapaho Family," painted by George Curtis Levi, is the newest mural to enrich the Cottonwood Square Shopping Center. The ledger art mural can be found on the east end of the breezeway that cuts through the center. Levi is a member of the Cheyenne Arapaho tribe and grew up in northwestern Oklahoma. Art was a constant component...

  • Niwot's new space for the arts

    Kristin Alger|Nov 16, 2022

    The building that formerly housed Niwot Rental and Feed is seeing new life...and bringing new life to the local arts scene. Open Studios, a visual arts non-profit organization based in Boulder, in conjunction with the Niwot Cultural Arts Association (NCAA), will be hosting a holiday market in the building at 291 2nd Avenue. The market will feature 20 different artists and will be open Thursday through Sunday, 12 to 6:00 p.m., beginning Nov. 18th and running through the end of December. NCAA...

  • Photo of the Week

    Nov 16, 2022

  • Photo of the Week Could Be Yours?

    Nov 16, 2022

    Calling all photographers, intentional or accidental! The Left Hand Valley Courier’s Photo of the Week feature is open to any area resident who personally photographs Niwot-Gunbarrel area sights, including people (with permission, of course), buildings, animals, birds, plants, flowers, events, or anything else. Naturally, there are a few rules to follow: • The photograph must be submitted in jpg format via email to [email protected] in high resolution. • Please include a caption describing the photo, your name, email address and phone numbe...

  • Changes planned for Twin Lakes dog park

    Kathy Trauner|Nov 16, 2022

    Glasha is a cheerful 2-year-old airedale terrier or, according to her owner, Elena Kazakova, 60 pounds of boundless energy. "Glasha is very active and needs a lot of exercise," Kazakova said. She added that finding outlets for all that energy can be a challenge, especially given Colorado's summer heat. "In the open space, even at 8 in the morning, she gets overheated very easily. I prefer any place she can step into a creek or lake." Enter Gunbarrel's Twin Lakes, and specifically, the...

  • Results are in: Pumpkin Walk success

    Hannah Stewart|Nov 16, 2022

    Throughout October, 100 households (including three from out of state) participated in the 2022 Niwot Pumpkin Walk. The goal was to kickstart holiday shopping and explore retail businesses in the downtown area. Participants visited various businesses in Cottonwood Square and along Second Avenue in Niwot to get their Pumpkin Passport stamped and a gift from participating businesses. If they made a purchase from at least four different stores and showed their receipts, they were entered in a drawing for a special prize. “It’s been great see...

  • The many sides of thankfulness

    Deborah Cameron|Nov 16, 2022

    This year, The Courier asked local residents and visitors to share what they are thankful for. Below are their responses; each of them notable in their own way. Equally wonderful was the process of gathering responses. Most of the research occurred in the town's coffee shops and at first, getting responses was slow and awkward. But the tipping point was when some customers overheard others answering and asked to join the conversation. Ultimately, responses and ensuing conversation were full of...

  • New Art in Niwot Sculpture Park

    Katrina Stroud|Nov 16, 2022

    Anne Postle, Jill Whitener and Lisa Rivard are members of the Niwot Cultural Arts Association's Community Corner Sculpture Park Committee, launched in 2018 to create a park that benefits the community as well as artists. Newly donated art has given the park even greater prestige as a home for world-class art. Working with the Cottonwood Park West Homeowners Association and the Niwot Business Association, the committee has expanded the sculpture park along Niwot Road, where Native American...

  • Parking Lot dedication set for Dec. 2nd

    Bruce Warren|Nov 16, 2022

    The dedication of the Niwot Parking Lot, located west of the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Murray Street in Niwot, has been set for Friday, Dec. 2 at 4 p.m. Niwot Business Association President Eric Bergeson will be on hand to recognize the contributions of Chuck Klueber, NBA Streetscapes Coordinator, Chad Fletemeyer, of Fletemeyer & Lee Associates, a local architectural firm, and others in the acquisition of the property and construction of the parking lot. The lot provides 14 parking spaces...

  • Deb Fowler recognized for Marshall Fire fundraising

    Nov 16, 2022

  • Boulder Open Space Board takes up e-bikes on trails

    Leonard Sitongia|Nov 16, 2022

    The City of Boulder’s Open Space Board of Trustees (OSBT) began their review of rules regarding the use of electric bicycles on open space trails at their first of three monthly meetings held on Nov. 9. This came about because of the recognition of inconsistency between City of Boulder and Boulder County regulations. The first meeting focused on a presentation by the City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks Department (OSMP) staff regarding their surveys of the community to gauge support. The e-bike presentation was given by Marni R...

  • Conservation theme of NBA meeting

    Bruce Warren|Nov 16, 2022

    The Niwot Business Association meeting at the Niwot United Methodist Church on Nov. 8 focused on saving energy, reducing costs and recycling. Pastor Emily Kintzel welcomed the NBA members and she and Janet Gates provided a brief history of the church, which was founded in 1870, and formerly occupied the building which is now the offices of Left Hand Animal Hospital in Niwot. Jim Dorvee, President of Left Hand Grange No. 9, was the featured speaker, sharing his experience trying to maximize energy savings for the Grange building in Niwot....

  • Small win for one, big win for the community

    Hannah Stewart|Nov 16, 2022

    Terry Purcell, of the Niwot Market, lives car-free by choice. With a community like Niwot, commuting is easy with a bicycle, but recently, someone stole his. "People say, 'Hey, I don't see your bike,' and they worry because I'm in here working," he said. "Even though I wasn't trying to make a big deal about it, word started getting around." That's where Eve Lempriere enters the story. A cyclist herself, she reached out to other cyclists and people around Niwot, asking for their help to get...

  • "Noises Off!" has audience laughing

    Nov 16, 2022

  • Arts Student of the Week Paige Ioerger

    Gene Hayworth|Nov 16, 2022

    For someone who has always been interested in theater, Paige Ioerger knew at an early age that acting was not her calling. "I did a little of it when I was young," Ioerger said, "but I've stepped away from that. I have a little bit of stage fright, so I can't really do the onstage thing. But I did a little bit when I was younger." In elementary school she had small roles, singing in the chorus of shows. "I did that for 'The Little Mermaid' when I was in first grade, and then I did the same...

  • NHS alum Ella Thramann new girls swim coach

    Bruce Warren|Nov 16, 2022

    Ella Thramann, a 2019 graduate of Niwot High School, has been hired to be the new girls swim coach at her alma mater. "Some of my best memories are from swim team at Niwot," Thramann said. She hopes to create a similar environment for her swimmers. "I'm hoping to be a mentor to them," she said, recalling how her coach at Niwot, Sarah Stamp, was a mentor to her. Thramann swam freestyle sprints during her high school years, including the 50 and 100 freestyle events. She swam on club teams at...

  • Out in Leftfield

    Bruce Warren|Nov 16, 2022

    BASEBALL Jack Brooker (Niwot) signed to play baseball at Queens University of Charlotte, a Division I program. Brooker, who graduated from Niwot High School in the Class of 2022, played in the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League All Star Game last summer held at Scott Carpenter Park in Boulder. He played in the collegiate league this past summer and was the only 2022 high school graduate on his team. He not only represented his team in the All Star game but also in the Home Run Derby. Skyler...

  • Niwot football '22 season recap

    Isaac Stephens|Nov 16, 2022

    The Niwot High School football team finished the season last Friday, ending with a record of 3-7, which put them out of playoff contention. The Cougars had five all-conference second-team players -- Nico Kemp, Gavin Burrage, Chad Volf, Harrison VanSelus, and Garret Eker -- with kicker Matt Hansen being their only all-conference first-team player. Niwot came into the '22 season after finishing the last campaign 4-6 and were looking for a record above .500. Everything looked promising when they st...

  • NHS volleyball fought hard at State

    Bruce Warren|Nov 16, 2022

    Niwot High School entered the state Class 4A Volleyball tournament seeded sixth overall, one spot behind Palmer Ridge High School, which was seeded fifth, in spite of the fact that Niwot had beaten them very early in the regular season. But it was hard to fault the committee assigning the seeds as the higher seed won every time through the first 18 matches of the tournament, except one: 5th-seed Lewis-Palmer High School beat 4th-seed Lutheran High School in the sixth match. That proved to be a...

  • Courier Crossword Corner

    Nov 16, 2022

  • Courier Crossword Corner Answers November 16, 2022

    Nov 16, 2022

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