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College tennis | Ohio State men, women make NCAA field

College tennis | Ohio State men, women make NCAA field

The No. 3 Ohio State men’s tennis team will play host to East Tennessee State in the first round of the NCAA championships on May 11. If Ohio State (29-2) beats the Buccaneers (16-7), it would play the winner of the other first-round match at OSU between Kentucky and Virginia […]

Boulder County trust deeds for April 30, 2018

Boulder County trust deeds for April 30, 2018

REAL ESTATE, COMMERCIAL DEALS Trust deedsThis list includes trust deeds (to secure repayment of A. loan) of $750,000 or more. Information includes the borrower, lender, address or legal description of the property, date the trust deed was filed and amount. 13618 Parkview Place LLC, ANB Bank, 13618 Parkview Place, Broomfield, […]

Boulder County area home sales for April 30, 2018

Boulder County area home sales for April 30, 2018

BOULDER AREA HOME SALES The following data is supplied by Colorado Weekly Homebuyers List Inc.,. Listed are the buyer, the property address, the seller and the amount.Boulder Ryan Morrow — 1779 Yarmouth Ave., Shahrzad Behbahani, $145,700. Jianxiang Fan — 2227 Canyon Blvd., Apt. A306, Donald R. Elsborg, $290,000. Gloria Thrall […]

Lafayette OKs extension to drilling stay as officials weigh new regulations

Lafayette OKs extension to drilling stay as officials weigh new regulations

Lafayette‘s City Council on Tuesday approved a 90-day extension to the city‘s current fracking moratorium, prolonging the stay that was set to expire this month likely until mid-August. Officials sanctioned the extension‘s second reading as part of the meeting‘s consent agenda — a bundle of ordinances typically passed without any […]

Boulder City Council calls for ‘full editorial independence‘ at Daily Camera

Boulder City Council calls for ‘full editorial independence‘ at Daily Camera

Late Tuesday night, the Boulder City Council unanimously approved a declaration in “support of the journalistic and editorial independence of our local newspaper,” the Daily Camera. “The Boulder City Council, recognizing the importance of a free and fair press, and respecting the First Amendment, supports full editorial and journalistic independence […]

Citing Colorado laws, Lafayette unlikely to amend trespass codes to protect oil, gas protesters

Citing Colorado laws, Lafayette unlikely to amend trespass codes to protect oil, gas protesters

A tweak of Lafayette‘s trespass codes to protect oil and gas protesters from legal prosecution will likely go the way of the climate bill‘s defunct enforcement clause, officials indicated Tuesday evening. Lafayette City Attorney Dave Williamson told council members that even if the proposal were sanctioned, similar laws governed by […]

Don Haddad, superintendent of St. Vrain Valley schools, not moving on to Nevada district‘s top job

Don Haddad, superintendent of St. Vrain Valley schools, not moving on to Nevada district‘s top job

St. Vrain Valley Superintendent Don Haddad won‘t be moving on to Nevada‘s Clark County School District. The Clark County school board today voted 4-2, with one member abstaining, to hire Jesus Jara, deputy superintendent of Orange County Public Schools in Orlando. Haddad was one of six finalists, three external and […]

Eric Sondermann on The New Normal and more Boulder-area events for Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Eric Sondermann on The New Normal and more Boulder-area events for Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Eric Sondermann on The New Normal Eric Sondermann, a high-profile, Denver-based political commentator and consultant, will appear for a conversation, called “The New Normal: Conflict, Polarization, and Incivility,” with Center of the American West faculty director Patty Limerick. Sondermann will share his distinctive understanding of our political moment, providing keen […]

Colorado joins lawsuit to block Trump administration from asking citizenship question on 2020 census

Colorado joins lawsuit to block Trump administration from asking citizenship question on 2020 census

Colorado has joined several other states and cities in a lawsuit trying to block the Trump administration on the 2020 census. “We have a responsibility to Colorado to see that every person is counted,” term-limited, Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper said in a written statement Tuesday. “Our action seeks to ensure […]

Boulder will require ground-floor commercial uses on east Pearl Street

Boulder will require ground-floor commercial uses on east Pearl Street

The Boulder City Council took action on Tuesday that it hopes will prevent the loss of active, first-floor uses on east Pearl Street. In a unanimous vote, the council agreed to require, moving forward, that first floors along Pearl Street between 18th and Folsom streets are dedicated either to retail, […]