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Boulder Rocks! is the Colorado Daily's five-week treasure hunt in and around Boulder. This year's feature presenter is Karing Kind. Daily clues in both the print and online editions of the Colorado Daily lead readers on a search to find the the rock. Each weekly winner receives $500.

New clues will be posted below each weekday at 6 a.m.

The scroll down to see the clues that will be posted daily below.

Previous week s winners are not eligible to win subsequent weeks during the five-week period of the contest.

To read the contest rules click here.

Boulder Rocks Clues
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Boulder Rocks!Boulder native finds fifth and final rock

Boulder native Jordan Di Marco, 33, found the fifth and last rock in the Colorado Daily's Boulder Rocks! competition Tuesday, which was hidden under the table in a little kid playhouse at the East Boulder Rec Center. Full Story
Boulder Rocks week five rock has been found!
The week five rock has been found!  Full Story

CU staff member a habitual rock finder, finds fourth rock
Boulder's Bryan Browne, 26, a chemical safety inspector for the University of Colorado found the fourth rock in the Colorado Daily's Boulder Rocks! Full Story

Boulder Rocks week four rock has been found!
The week four rock has been found! Check back later for details on its whereabouts, and check in next Monday morning for the Week five clues. Full Story

Boulder Rocks! Outdoor gear company owner finds 3rd rock
Boulder's Seth Haber, 35, found the third Rock in the Colorado Daily's Boulder Rocks! competition Friday afternoon at Chautauqua on Lupine Street — it sat at the top of the stairs leading to a hiking trail. Full Story

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CU football: Familiar miscues doom Buffs in 28-20 loss to Hawaii

Nightmare start sets tone in opener
Everything about the offseason suggested that the Colorado football team was ready to unveil a new, improved version of itself this fall. Yet, on Thursday night - or Friday morning, depending on your location - the Buffaloes proved that eliminating old habits isn't so easy.  Full Story
(Associated Press)
CU football: Familiar miscues doom Buffs in 28-20 loss to Hawaii

Nightmare start sets tone in opener
Everything about the offseason suggested that the Colorado football team was ready to unveil a new, improved version of itself this fall. Yet, on Thursday night - or Friday morning, depending on your location - the Buffaloes proved that eliminating old habits isn't so easy.  Full Story
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Second Story Garage: Dirty Bourbon River Show

Once the Dirty Bourbon River Show began playing, all you have to do is close your eyes and you can almost feel the breeze off the Mississippi River and smell the crawfish and red beans and rice. Full Story