Boulder Rocks! is the Colorado Daily's wildly successful five-week treasure hunt in and around Boulder. Daily clues in the print and online editions of the Colorado Daily lead readers on a search to find the Colorado the rock. Over the five-week contest, each weekly winner receives $500.
New clues will be posted below each weekday at 8 a.m.
The clues will be posted daily below.
Boulder Rocks Clues
Boulder Rocks!Week five Boulder Rocks! winner finds prize early at Dushanbe Teahouse
Everything's coming up roses for this CU professor
Though she doesn't grow them in her own garden, Lori Hunter loves roses. The associate professor of sociology at the University of Colorado and founder of Boulder Walking Tours read the second clue "Gotta stop and smell the roses," and used her knowledge of Boulder history to find the rock in the Dushanbe Teahouse Rose Garden. Full Story
Duo finds week three Rock after bonus clue revealed
It took an extra clue for the week three Boulder Rocks! Rock to be found, but the hunt came finally came to an end Friday afternoon. Full Story
(Courtesy Photo/Library of Congress, Prints...)
Who are these soldiers? After 150 years, we now know.
The Library of Congress, which owns the rare tintype, had described it as an "unidentified company of soldiers" anonymous Yankees whose stories and fates seemed forgotten. Full Story
(Eric Feferberg/AFP/Getty Images)
Parenting in the social media age: Don't overthink it
Parenting kids in a digital age relies on the same approaches that worked a generation ago: pay attention, ask questions, answer questions and model good behavior. Full Story
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Robin Thicke navigates a year of hits and heartbreak
Robin Thicke has been straddling a few lines, blurred and otherwise, during the past year. It started out gangbusters last March 26, when the singer released Blurred Lines, as the first single and title track from his sixth album. The track rocketed to No. 1 around the world, and was the top-selling single of the year. And its success was something of a surprise to its maker. Full Story