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Updated: February 22, 2015 10:22:35 PM MST
In Colorado, weed and tech start-ups go together like bees and honey. Legal marijuana was a $700 million industry for the state in 2014, with $313 million coming from recreational users alone.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
The storm systems that descended on Colorado's Front Range beginning Friday evening dumped nearly 15 inches of snow on Boulder, bringing the city's monthly total to 36.8 inches, breaking an all-time record for the month of February.   Full Story
Pollard Friendly Motor Co. recently finalized the purchase of the east Boulder property where the local auto seller is moving its dealership.   Full Story
Boulder police have arrested an 18-year-old Fairview High School student this morning in connection with the reported rapes of two different juvenile females.   Full Story
This week, as he has every session of Congress since 2010, U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, D-Boulder, once again introduced the Student Non-Discrimination Act — a measure aiming to protect public school students from harassment based on gender identity or sexual orientation — and, once again, was blocked in committee.   Full Story
The Boulder City Council wants to make it significantly harder for investors to buy and rent homes in the city as short-term vacation rentals.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff photographer
For the first time in more than a year, people driving over the Davidson Mesa into Boulder will again have a place to catch a postcard-worthy view of the city.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Staff Photographer
When Adam Avery went from cooking batches of beer on his stove to opening a commercial brewery in an east Boulder warehouse, it was a fairly significant leap of faith.   Full Story
David R. Jennings / Staff Photographer
A group of neighbors in unincorporated Boulder County allege that Xcel Energy has wrongfully — and rudely — chopped down their trees, but the company says it was all in the name of precaution.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Staff photographer
All lanes of Boulder-bound U.S. 36 have been re-opened after a semi truck crash, according to the Colorado State Patrol.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell / Staff Photographer
Boulder smokers will no longer be able to light up in the downtown business district, in city parks, open space or within 25 feet of bus stops, multi-use paths and entrances to buildings.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer
Looking for love pure and true as the soft white snow that doth in cold climes our fair city cover? If so, the restaurant reservation service OpenTable humbly recommends a visit to Boulder's Flagstaff House, recently selected one of the country's top spots for romance.   Full Story
Seattle-based Unico Properties, which already owns a substantial amount of property in downtown Boulder, has bought 27 buildings in four office parks in eastern Boulder from the W.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / File photo
IBM appears to have initiated job cuts at sites across the country, including Boulder, according to a workers' organization.   Full Story
Lewis Geyer / Longmont Times-Call
Barbecue maestro Tracy Webb said the long days logged at two restaurants 15 miles apart became too much.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Daily Camera
There was more than a touch of grey in the long lines at Boulder's Valmont Station Post Office on Tuesday, a manifestation of many fans' golden road of unlimited devotion to an American icon once synonymous with rebellion and unfettered freedoms.   Full Story
Courtesy image / Daily Camera
At a concept review Thursday night for the proposed Rêve development at 30th Street and Pearl Parkway, the Boulder City Council offered the project's design team a heap of feedback but no indication that the plan is at risk of being rejected.   Full Story
Most of Boulder County government's re-elected and newly elected officeholders took their oaths of office this morning.   Full Story
Mark McDade / For the Camera
What the heck is that thing? It's fair to assume that question was on the minds of many people who traveled along Colo. 128 south of Boulder this week if they happened to catch a glimpse of what appeared to be a large, silver projectile perched alongside the highway and pointed north toward town.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage is eyeing a new location in Boulder. Developer Equity Ventures Commercial Development and the Lakewood-based grocer submitted a site plan to build a 16,600-square-foot store in place of the former Olive Garden restaurant at 2685 Pearl St.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso
A large group of peaceful protesters shut down rush hour traffic on a portion of U.S. 36 in Boulder Monday night to demonstrate their outrage and demand systematic reforms after a pair of recent cases in which white police officers were not indicted after killing unarmed black men.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick
Boulder cycling fans will have to hit the road in August if they want to take in the fifth annual USA Pro Challenge, as the local organizing committee confirmed Thursday that the city will not be involved with the event in 2015.   Full Story
Nearly 150 people in Boulder County have received notices from the Federal Emergency Management Administration stating that its audit process shows they may have received flood damage overpayments — and the feds now want their money back.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
A homeless man asking Pearl Street patrons to pay $25 apiece to punch him in the face was thwarted by police Tuesday afternoon before anyone could take him up on the offer.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Daily Camera
After offering its wares through 65 such seasons, the Boulder Army Store will sell its final round of Christmas gifts this year, as its owners have announced they will close up shop for good next month.   Full Story