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5 Questions with BoBo's founder and new CEO

As Boulder-born natural food company Bobo's Oat Bars turns 13, it is celebrating much like any teenager: Planning for the future, trying out a fresh look and experiencing a growth spurt Beryl Stafford grew Bobo's to an $8 million brand before bringing in a former Boulder Brand executive, T. Full Story
Auditors flag Boulder-based Zayo's financial reporting
Boulder-based Zayo Group (NYSE: ZAYO), a fast-growing rising star in the race to build powerful broadband networks in the U. Full Story

Good solar news from California offers little hope for Louisville's RGS
It was a wild week for the stocks of Louisville solar company RGS Energy (Nasdaq: RGSE), as shares soared briefly on Tuesday to $7. Full Story

Boulder's University Hill businesses to back hotel redevelopment
A group representing business interests on the Hill showed overwhelming support for a proposed redevelopment in a Thursday morning vote to send the city council a letter of support for the project that could displace 16 businesses, including several long-standing Boulder institutions. Full Story

Longmont's Mountain States Children's Home moves location of thrift store
Mountain States Children's Home Thrift Store, at 233 Main St. since its founding in November 2013, opened its doors Wednesday at 818 Coffman St. Full Story

Louisville-born Dream Chaser spacecraft slated for 2021 launch
Louisville's Sierra Nevada Corp. and United Nations officials have announced that the long-anticipated Dream Chaser space mission — one that will allow developing countries the chance to fly experiments and other microgravity payloads into space — will launch in 2021. Full Story

Affordable housing developer awarded tax credits for Boulder homeless youth project
National affordable housing developer Gardner Capital Development has been awarded a reservation of 9 percent low-income housing tax credits by the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority for a Boulder project. Full Story

Boulder nonprofit Via appoints Frank Bruno to CEO
Boulder's Via Mobility Services has appointed Frank Bruno its new CEO, replacing retiring executive director Lenna Kottke after a nine-month search. Full Story

Conor O'Neill's Irish Pub closing next weekend after 17 years in Boulder
Conor O'Neill's Traditional Irish Pub & Restaurant, the popular watering hole just off the Pearl Street Mall and host of the annual World's Shortest St. Patrick's Day Parade, will close after 17 years in business following "one hell of a bash" next weekend. Full Story

5 Questions with Boulder's PopSockets' CEO Tom Croke
PopSockets have been popping up everywhere: Serena Williams was pictured with hers at the Italian Open, using it to snap a selfie with her first trophy of the season. Full Story

Boulder's Liquor Mart sells building, lot to W.W. Reynolds
Boulder's Liquor Mart has sold its real estate holdings to W.W. Reynold's company for a reported $9 million but will maintain its operations at the same downtown location. Full Story

Old Boulder tech firms Indra and Earthnet morph again
Few names evoke the early days of Boulder's technical genesis as Earthnet and Indra. It was more than 20 years ago that Indra CTO Spike Illacqua and Earthnet CEO Bahman Saless were intent on bringing dial-up Internet access to Boulder. Full Story

Boulder, Broomfield youth entrepreneurs honored by Young Americans Bank
Young Americans youth entrepreneur finalists and winners6-11 years old Winner: Jack Bonneau, 10, Jack's Stands and Marketplaces; Ruby Lucken, 9, Ruby Designs/Food Cubby; Acacia Sack, 11, Reading Goal Bookmarks 12-15 years old Kayla Wolins, 15, Cards for Caring; Sam Craig, 14, and Max Craig, 11, Smax Sticks; Lily Warren, 15, Chloe Warren, 14, and Sophie Warren, 11, Sweet Bee Sisters 16-21 years old Hannah Isenhart, 17, Hanimals Greeting Cards; Nic Ansuini, 17, Wild Wood Pens; Ariane Vigil, Full Story

Boulder Valley chamber coalition supports measure 71, opposes 69
A powerful group of area chambers have come out in support of an amendment to toughen the rules governing ballot measures and said it would oppose a measure creating a universal health care system in Colorado. Full Story

UCHealth Broomfield Hospital opens for patients
UCHealth Broomfield Hospital, 11820 Destination Dr., near Highway 36 and Wadsworth Boulevard, has opened to the public. Full Story

Hotel slated for south Longmont raises Longs Peak views concerns
A proposed commercial development west of the Longmont Museum and Recreation Center would preserve views of Longs Peak from the museum's second floor but might block some views from a recreational trail around the pond. Full Story

New York private equity firm buys downtown Boulder office space
A New York-based private equity firm, Intuitive Venture Partners, has purchased 4,734 square feet of office space at 1002 Walnut St. Full Story

Eco-Cycle at 40: Nonprofit is Boulder County's face of sustainability
In 1976, the city of Boulder took one look at a rough, young upstart recycling outfit known as Eco-Cycle and turned down its $5,000 funding request. Forty years later, few organizations can claim to be as closely tied to the city and county and their images as national leaders of sustainability. Full Story

In a jiffy, Boulder Valley has become natural nut (and seed) spread central
Hormel's purchase of natural food darling Justin's has local nut butter companies astir with plans of their own. Full Story

5 Questions with Boulder's Treecraft Design
Tree houses seem to be sprouting up everywhere these days: as office space in Boulder, grouped together and rented for camping. Full Story

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College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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(Matt York / Associated Press)
College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

 
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Second Story Garage: Bandits

Boulder is pretty good at producing rock bands, and by "rock," we mean the in-your-face, guitar-heavy, leather-clad variety — you know, the good kind. For a prime example, look no farther than BANDITS. Full Story

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