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Articles from the December 4, 2019 edition

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 By Vicky Dorvee    News    December 4, 2019

He's a poet and he knows it

Edison was chided "It really is berserk, You had so many failures, Before you made it work." Edison responded: "Failures I had none. From my wrong assumptions, I learned to get it done." - By Ian...

 

Local farmers pioneer future of food

Marcus McCauley is the owner of a 40 acre diversified organic farm in Longmont. If you take a farm tour, McCauley will start by asking you an important question: what modern food crops are native to...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    December 4, 2019

Familiar Faces - Bill and Jill Whitener

Their first names rhyme, so it is easy to see them as a matched set and their last name is emblematic of the brightening effect they have on the community. It's Jill and Bill Whitener - the vivacious,...

 
 By Linda Klueber    News    December 4, 2019

NHS Key Club helps with Enchanted Evening

Niwot High School Key Club members assisted the Niwot Business Association with the preparation for Niwot's annual Enchanted Evening on Friday, Nov. 29, and members are also assisting with the...

 

Waco Curves II

This article continues a monthly series about the artworks and artists chosen for Community Corner at Sculpture Park at the corner of 79th Street and Niwot Road. This month's feature is "Waco Curves I...

 

Niwot alum opens apothecary to help locals' health

According to IQVIA, a health information and technology company, 3.79 billion prescriptions were filled by pharmacies across the country in 2018. That's 11 times the population of the United States....

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    December 4, 2019

Gym No. 5 – the place to do your heavy lifting

Russell and Gabrielle Chagolla, owners of Gym No. 5, added the tagline "Level the F*** up" to declare they're fiercely serious about being the best lifting gym in the area. They should know...they've...

 

Dawson student works with veterans to launch teen mental health program

During a recent summer job, Dawson senior Spencer Sampliner encountered and was moved by the stories of veterans and mental health issues brought on by high-stress battle situations. He then made an i...

 

Rotary Club of Niwot donates dictionaries to local students

On Nov. 21, third graders at Niwot Elementary School received personal dictionaries donated by the Rotary Club of Niwot. Rotary members Eli Buzas, Kevin Parrot, and Dennis Daly, retired principal of...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    December 4, 2019

Local Love for Lily collection box

Deb Fowler understands how scary and difficult it can be with a newborn in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of a hospital. So when she learned about the organization Love for Lily, whose...

 

Community Pet Spotlight (Kayuh-Dec. 4)

Kayuh is a 2 year-old energetic husky who loves snowboarding and playing in the snow. She also enjoys running around her Oma's house and tearing the leaves off plants. She rarely has any down time,...

 

Niwot boys basketball preview

Clayton Wittrock isn't sure that the Niwot boys basketball team is ready to contend for a Northern League title, but the first-year head coach does have an undeniably sunny outlook for the upcoming...

 

Chilling at Enchanted Evening

The conditions were decidedly seasonal at Niwot's annual Enchanted Evening celebration, held Nov. 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. Hearty locals braved frigid temperatures and snowy sidewalks to enjoy musical...

 

Niwot students compete in NYC cybersecurity event

The honors just keep coming for Niwot students and budding infosec experts Davita Bird, Julia Curd, and Caitlyn Fong. Last month, the trio was one of two all-girls teams invited to compete in the 16th...

 

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