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Letters to the Editor (Oct. 16)

Dear Editor: Never before, in my 30 years of living in Niwot, have I ever been disappointed or ashamed of Niwot High School; their curriculum, administrative and/or athletic...

 

Niwot music's extravagant evolution

It's so crowded that you can only shuffle through the doors on either side of the Niwot High School auditorium. People are...

 

Student-athlete of the Week: Nikki Sims

The Niwot softball team is headed back to the playoffs after a thrilling 2019 season that saw dramatic wins and...

 

Meet Joe Bartko, the voice of Niwot football

Public speaking comes naturally to Cougar’ football announcer Joe Bartko, who seemed destined for a life behind the...

 

The Niwot High School band blows the audience away at SVVSD band night

Sporting a collection of tunes from the popular movie The Greatest Showman, the Niwot High School band was a force to be...

 
 By Abigail Scott    News    October 9, 2019

Fall Flavors Part II

With the first snowfall predicted for Oct. 10, Boulder County restaurants are closing up patios for the turn season. That...

 

Letters to the Editor (Oct. 9)

To the Editor: Thank you for highlighting the passion and dedication of local Niwot High School students in your recent article “Niwot High students strike for climate...

 

Student-athlete of the Week: Cole Toothaker

It's been a whirlwind fall for second-year drum major Cole Toothaker and the Cougar marching band, but a scary moment over...

 

Niwot student helps lead the fight against climate change

Just one day after leading a large contingent to the Global Climate Strike in Denver on Sept. 20, local environmental coaliti...

 

Student-athlete of the Week: Andy Worrell

Scoring goals isn't Andy Worrell's specialty, but the Cougars' defender knows a good opportunity when he sees it. Luckily...

 

Student-athlete of the Week: Calista Law

Senior Calista Law may not have had the most hits or RBIs in Niwot’s thrilling 19-17 win over the Northridge Grizzlies on...

 

Dylan Schwab-Familiar Face

An email from Sarah Brown to the Courier read, "In May I started working at Lucky Pie in Niwot and have had the pleasure of...

 

Niwot High students strike for climate change awareness

The controversial topic of climate change resides at the forefront of Front Range residents' hearts and minds. Living next...

 

The Niwot Trot returns for its 14th year

On Sept. 22, the highly anticipated Niwot Trot road race returns once again to the tranquil streets of Niwot.This year marks...

 

Niwot beats Fairview in thriller

The Niwot boys tennis team went 21-0 over its first three matches of 2019, but it was the narrow 4-3 victory over Class 5A...

 

Mwebaza Foundation completes Project Uganda: Cougars/CDC Creating Classrooms

Last year, Mwebaza Foundation set the goal of outfitting Niwot Elementary’s sister school, Mwebaza Infant Primary School...

 
 By Bruce Warren    News    September 4, 2019

Homecoming parade returns to Niwot

After a one-year hiatus, the Niwot High School Homecoming parade returns to downtown Niwot on Thursday, Sept. 12. The...

 
 By Jeremy Jaeger    News    August 28, 2019

Raised and Returned (August 28)

When I was a kid growing up in Niwot, back in the olden days (aka the 1980’s), there was an annual summertime event which I...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    August 28, 2019

Gabe Amaya – Familiar Face

There’s just nothing like the anticipation of opening a package, so everyone loves it when the big brown truck stops in fro...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    August 28, 2019

Remember in September music festival expands

This year’s J.A.R.E.D. Foundation music festival, Remember in September, will take place Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Boulder...

 

Leading the Pack: Niwot Cross Country sets sights on Class 4A state titles

It will be no small task for the 2019 Niwot cross country program to top the success of last season, especially with the...

 

Niwot volleyball looks to regroup and compete in 2019

The Niwot Cougars volleyball team is faced with a challenge to start the season. After graduating an elite senior class last...

 
 By Abigail Scott    News    August 21, 2019

Lookout Alliance presents effects of oil & gas production

In February, Colorado State University played host to the Medical Symposium on Health Effects of Oil & Gas Development...

 

New NUMC pastor takes community to heart

Pastor Walter “Skip” Strickland has known what his calling was since he was a high school junior in Tacoma, Wash....

 

Niwot boys soccer has the leadership to go far

A strong upper class will help the Niwot Cougars boys soccer team vie for a Northern League championship. Led by head coach...

 

Niwot football prepares for 2019 season

When head coach Jeremy Lanter took over Niwot’s football program, he began a mission to build great young men and to get...

 

Meadow Lake Honey - A sweet place to be

When asked how they got into the honey business and started Meadow Lake Honey, Dawn and Jeff Server both smiled. “We...

 
 By Jocelyn Rowley    News    August 14, 2019

Niwot Nifties strut their stuff at the 150th BoCo Fair

About 100 years ago, Esther Anderson formed the Tip Top Sewing Club of Niwot, and the town's long relationship with 4-H was...

 

Niwot boys golf seeks to build experience in 2019

There weren’t many Niwot names on the top half of the leaderboard after Northern League event #1 at the Olde Course on...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    August 7, 2019

A thriving first year for Ollin's interns

It’s high noon on a sunny Friday at Ollin Farms, and what would make a gorgeous still life of colorful zucchinis,...

 
 By Jack Carlough    Sports    August 7, 2019

R.E.A.L. leads the pack in track and field, cross country training

The track and field and cross country scene in Niwot hasn’t been the same since R.E.A.L. Training Colorado opened its...

 
 By Bruce Warren    News    July 31, 2019

Good Government in action – July 4th parade

This column is designed to highlight good and bad government in the Niwot-Gunbarrel area. Readers are encouraged to email...

 
 By Jack Carlough    Sports    July 18, 2019

Niwot swimmer Codevilla secures NICSA All-American recognition

With just one year of high school swimming under her belt, Mary Codevilla has already put her name among the top swimmers in...

 
 By Jocelyn Rowley    News    July 18, 2019

Niwot Youth Sports looks ahead to next 50 years

It’s not a mid-life crisis, but Niwot Youth Sports is hoping to have a little work done after turning the big 5-0 earlier...

 
 By Jocelyn Rowley    News    July 17, 2019

Niwot girls go the distance in cyber security competition

The Girls Go CyberStart security challenge is as much a test of strategic thinking as programming skills, and for the second...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    Business    July 17, 2019

Offices take the lead in commercial leasing front

According to the 2019 Colorado Business Economic Outlook, published annually by the CU Leeds School of Business, Boulder...

 
 By Vicky Dorvee    News    July 3, 2019

Left Hand Laurel – Tom Theobald

Tom Theobald only will allow the Courier to bestow a Left Hand Laurel to him if his community involvement is qualified as...

 
 By Abigail Scott    News    July 3, 2019

Niwot High grad launches companion care program Mon Ami

In 2018, Mary Gillett graduated from Niwot High School and headed west for Stanford University. During her first year, she...

 

Vandals damage Niwot Children’s Park

Recent vandalism at Niwot Children’s Park, and across the street at Whistle Stop Park, has prompted the Niwot Cultural...

 

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