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    Recent closures in Louisville's downtown could signal lasting issue

    Despite closures, the district's sales revenue remains high
    The shuttering of Louisville's Madera Grill and Blue Parrot Restaurant — the latter a local 98-year-old haunt perched along the city's popular Main Street — may signal a pattern of lasting issues throughout the town's growing district, though an increase in sales tax revenue offers a murkier picture. Full Story
    Lolita's in downtown Boulder closed for roof repairs
    Lolita's Market and Deli in downtown Boulder will be closed until Jan. 27 as the owners work to have repairs made to the roof of the historic building. Full Story

    Boulder County home prices soared nearly 14% in 2016
    It was another hot year for real estate in Boulder County, with single-family homes gaining nearly 14 percent in value — the highest annual gains of the past five years. Full Story

    Parent of Boulder's CP+B fined $1.5 million by SEC
    MDC Partners (NASDAQ:MDCA), the parent to global advertising agency CP+B in Boulder, will pay $1.5 million to the U. Full Story

    Global investment firm selects Broomfield for North American campus
    A company that built its original headquarters overlooking the Swiss Alps now has its sights set on the Flatirons. Full Story

    Boulder pot edible maker Americanna leaving city after forced annexation
    A Boulder-based maker of the state's most popular marijuana-infused edible is planning to leave the city after the forced annexation of his and several other properties raised regulatory costs by tens of thousands of dollars and created feelings of ill will between city staff and business owners. Full Story

    Left Hand Brewing, foundation donate $806,000 in 2016
    Longmont-based Left Hand Brewing, and its foundation, donated nearly $806,000 in 2016, according to a statement the company issued Tuesday. Full Story

    Veteran Boulder brewing team opening Gunbarrel taproom
    To brew a good beer, you need resources: hops, tanks, a bit of cash. You need the collective knowledge of a thousand-year-old community: the best methods, the best yeast and flavors. Full Story

    Auctioned Boulder HUD home sells for $270K over list price, losing bidder cries foul
    The rare sale of a federally owned home in Boulder has offered a snapshot into the feeding frenzy that has become the city's real estate market in recent years. Full Story

    5 Questions with founder of cyber security startup Swimlane
    For a less-than three-year-old company, Louisville's Swimlane is swimming in cash. The cyber security firm, founded in 2014, recently closed on a $6 million Series A finance round from a private group of Colorado-based angel investors and industry experts. Full Story

    Two Boulder Pearl Street staples close, new retailers on their way in
    The closure of two longstanding businesses is ushering in a rotation of merchants that, experts say, has become typical of the post-holiday season on the Pearl Street Mall. Full Story

    Fermented Friday: Hair to Spare at Longmont's Left Hand Brewing
    On Wednesday, Left Hand Brewery is raising money for Wigs for Kids - a prosthesis system for children suffering from hair loss. If you have 10 inches or more to donate, a barber will be on hand from 6-8 p.m. for Left Hand's Hair To Spare event.  Full Story

    70 units of middle-income housing approved for northeast Boulder
    The city Planning Board has approved a developer's plan to put 70 middle-income housing units on a vacant northeast Boulder plot that's surrounded by an unusually eclectic mix of activity. Full Story

    Boulder's Sunrise Strategic Partners taps organic snack company for sixth investment
    Boulder-based Sunrise Strategic Partners, the investment fund led by ex-Boulder Brands CEO Steve Hughes, has made its sixth pick, Pure Growth Organic. Full Story

    Boulder's Simuwatt lands spot in NREL incubator
    The Golden-based National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) said this week that 10 companies, including Boulder's Simuwatt, have won spots in the third round of the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2), five-year program that provides in-kind technical and financial support to promising energy companies. Full Story

    Longmont JCPenney to deal with campers in parking lot
    Parked in front of the Longmont JCPenney on Wedneday morning, Sam Wells warmed his hands close to the blue flames of his camper's small stove top, where there also was an unopened Progresso can of beef barley. Full Story

    Boulder's Nivalis cuts 25 jobs, including CEO, as it contemplates a sale
    Boulder's Nivalis Therapeutics, (NASDAQ:NVLS) on Thursday announced a plan to reduce staff by 80 percent, including axing its top executives. Full Story

    Boulder's Appleooz rebrands as Fruitivity Snacks
    Boulder-based natural apple chip brand Appleooz is now called Fruitivity Snacks, in a move that will allow the company to expand beyond apple products. Full Story

    Wisconsin trucking company Paper Transport taps Boulder's 10-4 Systems
    Boulder-based tech firm 10-4 Systems has partnered with Wisconsin trucking company Paper Transport to provide real-time tracking of shipments. Full Story

    CU expert: Boulder County, Colorado economies will likely stay strong
    A lot of ground was covered at Wednesday night's economic forecast event, hosted by the Boulder Economic Council and the Boulder Chamber. Full Story

    (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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    (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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