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Updated: November 20, 2014 6:31:35 AM MST
Out Boulder, the LGBTQ-focused nonprofit advocacy and education center, is holding a march down the Pearl Street Mall on Thursday evening in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance.   Full Story
Boulder today announced that the winning name for the coffee shop that will open in the bridge of the Boulder Main Public Library in early 2015 is Seeds Café.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
Mamacita's Restaurante y Cantina, a local haunt in Boulder's University Hill district, will close this week after more than 20 years in business, and a Latin-inspired eatery will open next year in its place, according to the owners.   Full Story
Jonathan Castner / Daily Camera
Community Food Share asks residents to add "fight hunger" to this week's to-do list. Community Food Share aims to collect 75,000 pounds of food and $20,000 through its Let's Bag Hunger food drive. The drive, which starts Sunday and runs through Nov. 26, supports 50 Broomfield and Boulder County organizations that serve residents in need.   Full Story
Paul Aiken / Daily Camera
More than 1,500 Boulder Valley high-school students — 84 percent of the district's seniors — refused to take the state's new science and social studies tests Thursday in a widespread protest against how much classroom time is devoted to standardized testing.   Full Story
Boulder County court officials warned Wednesday that a scam phone-caller has been contacting residents and asking them to cough up hundreds of dollars for failing to appear for jury duty.   Full Story
Courtesy illustration / European Space Agency
For the first time in history, a robot was successfully landed on a comet early Wednesday, an accomplishment watched intently in Colorado, partly due to local researchers' close connection to the mission.   Full Story
Denver-based Brickstone Partners have purchased the Marine Park Apartments building off Broadway and Marine Streets in Boulder for $18.35 million, Boulder County property records show.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
Boulder County remains in the icy grip of an Arctic front, and the coldest weather is still ahead, with temperatures Wednesday not even expected to hit double digits. There's a 70 percent chance of more snow Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service, with a high temperature of 7 and a low of -2.   Full Story
Paul Aiken
RTD officials confirmed today that one of their AB SkyRide bus drivers is on investigative suspension while police look into whether the driver was involved in a fatal hit-and-run at the Boulder Transit Center on Thursday night.   Full Story
Paul Aiken
Boulder's warm fall came to an abrupt halt Monday with the arrival of the first of several cold fronts expected this week, a weather system that caused temperatures to plunge 40 degrees over the course of the day as light snow fell across the region. The snow and cold brought with it nasty traffic conditions.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell, Daily Camera
A morning visit from Secretary of State Scott Gessler on Election Day prompted a last-minute change to the ballot verification process at the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder's Office.   Full Story
Every year, the Daily Camera's Business Plus section runs a round-up of some of the region's largest private sector employers.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera
Advocates for greater density in Boulder — and the pedestrian-, bike- and bus-friendly neighborhoods they think it will create — hoped for workforce housing and neighborhood-oriented shops and restaurants along the East Arapahoe corridor. Those concerned about the seemingly rapid pace of development feared high rises and traffic.   Full Story
Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera
A new campaign will aim to start off a "virtuous cycle" by getting Boulder County consumers to buy more local food and create a market for more farmers to grow it.   Full Story
A sex offender from Arkansas has been sentenced to 41 months in federal prison after moving to Boulder and failing to register his change of address, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.   Full Story
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National Geographic's 2014 Traveler of the YearTo cast your vote for Melinda MacInnis, or someone else, visit on.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
Nearly two months after a wall of water from a burst fire line flooded Diagonal Plaza, business is starting to trickle back into the north Boulder shopping center.   Full Story
Paul Aiken
A 2-year-old boy is dead, and his mother and brother were hospitalized Tuesday after their mobile home in Boulder Meadows was consumed by flames so intense they turned back neighbors' attempts to rescue the toddler.   Full Story
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Alfalfa's on Monday promoted John Varsames to the role of chief operating officer. Varsames, who previously served as vice president of operations for Alfalfa's, has 25 years of experience in food retail and restaurant industry including executive roles at Whole Foods and Wild Oats Markets.   Full Story
The Federal Power Act under which Xcel Energy has asked regulators to intervene in Boulder's attempt to create a municipal energy utility does not apply to cities, Boulder argued in a response filed Wednesday with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.   Full Story
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Nannie Baird's mysterious passing at age 36 will be explored Oct. 12 in a "Meet the Spirits" reenactment in Columbia Cemetery.   Full Story
Mark Leffingwell / Daily Camera
Western Disposal says it will have provided bear-resistant trash carts to "about 95 percent" of residential customers with alley service in western Boulder by the time the city starts enforcement this week.   Full Story
Thanks to what Director of Parks and Recreation Jeff Dillon called "a silly little exercise," Boulder is promised an extra burst of yellow come springtime.   Full Story
Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera
When the engine turned for the first time on the Verde Food Truck in 2011, the end goal for the Boulder-based startup was simple: Be successful enough to eventually open a brick-and-mortar restaurant.   Full Story