• Audio File: Less bust, more boom - 07/28/2016 03:34 PM MDT
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    Louisville-born Dream Chaser spacecraft heading west for flight tests

    Sierra Nevada Corp.'s Louisville-based Space Systems division on Thursday unveiled the completed "homegrown" spacecraft known as the Dream Chaser, which officials say will soon head to California for its first series of tests. Full Story
    Boulder's Rowdy Mermaid first kombucha brewer in state with liquor license
    The Rowdy Mermaid is about to get a little bit rowdier. The Boulder kombucha brewer is releasing a beer made with the fermented tea drink as a base, its first endeavor into the world of boozy health drinks since receiving a liquor license earlier this year. Full Story

    Berthoud Chamber planning golf scramble
    The Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce is planning its 4th Annual Open Scramble Golf Tournament in Windsor Friday, Aug. Full Story

    Proposal for county-owned compost facility rankles Boulder's Western Disposal
    A proposal for a publicly owned composting facility as part of Boulder County's wider sustainability efforts is rankling the private sector. Full Story

    Boulder suspends Sushi Hana's liquor license 25 days for serving a minor
    The University Hill restaurant Sushi Hana has received its second liquor-license suspension since December, and fourth overall in as many years, for serving alcohol to a minor. Full Story

    Broomfield's Datavail acquires software consulting firm Art of BI
    Broomrield's Datavail, which provides managed services for database administration, among other things, said Tuesday that it has acquired Art of BI, a consulting company focused on Oracle analytics. Full Story

    Boulder's TeamSnap lists 1 million teams as clients
    Boulder's TeamSnap, a fast-growing company with a tool that helps sporting teams, players and families keep track of events and one another, said Tuesday that it has hit the 1 million team milestone, with a total of 10 million users. Full Story

    Startup by CU Boulder alum wants to show you where your tax dollars are going
    It was a property tax bill that inspired University of Colorado alum Chris Bullock to start his company, ClearGov. Full Story

    Micron lays off 70 workers at its Longmont facility
    Micron Technology Inc., the Boise, Idaho-based solid-state storage device maker, has laid off nearly one-third of its Longmont work force after posting disappointing financial results. Full Story

    The $50,000 house: Boulder County companies working on small housing solutions
    A $50,000 home in Boulder County: It's difficult to imagine. But that's the goal for two local companies pitching alternative solutions to the region's affordable housing crisis: Studio Shed of Louisville and Longmont's Zometool. Full Story

    5 questions with Ceyl Prinster, CEO of Colorado Enterprise Fund
    CEF loans to Boulder County businessesIn 2015... • 32 loans closed • $1,339,413 loaned • 13. Full Story

    Boulder County craft brewers eye mega beer merger with skepticism
    The $101 billion merger of the U.S.' two largest brewers, Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller, has Boulder County craft brewers in a state of simultaneous trepidation and celebration as the deal concentrates industry power while providing protections for independent beer makers. Full Story

    Majority of Longmont's largest employers plan new products, expansions
    Longmont's economy continues to move forward, with more than half of its primary employers planning to expand and add new products during the next two to three years, according to a report released Friday. Full Story

    Colorado's job growth continues "strongest, most consistent" growth since mid-'90s, economist says
    <p>Colorado employers added a net 5,000 non-farm payroll jobs to the state’s economy in June - more than 16 times the 300 added in May, and on par with the average over the past 12 months.</p>  Full Story

    Girls-only program launches summer camps at CU Boulder's Leeds School of Business
    Cool Girls Club at CU Leeds SchoolWhat: Business plan accelerator camp for girls entering grades 2-6 When: July 25-29 and Aug. Full Story

    Longmont couple launching local cooking school, brew pub
    A local couple is planning a cooking school and brewpub near downtown Longmont, next door to the new Georgia Boys BBQ spot. Full Story

    Bootstrap Brewing gets Longmont commission's OK for second location
    The Longmont planning and zoning commission on Wednesday decided to allow Bootstrap Brewing Company to move forward with plans to open a brewery and taproom at the old Times-Call warehouse. Full Story

    Boulder Best Western starts second phase of $3M renovation
    Boulder's Best Western Plus Boulder Inn, 770 28th St., has begun the second phase of a $3 million renovation on the 99-room hotel. Full Story

    Boulder Community Health starts search for foundation president
    Boulder Community Health and Boulder Community Health Foundation have started their search for a new president of the BCH's fundraising arm, retaining DiMarchi Partners to manage the search. Full Story

    Longmont drone maker granted authorization to fly over city
    Longmont drone manufacturer, UASUSA, was granted a certificate of authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration, allowing the company to operate drones at certain pre-determined areas and times in and around the city of Longmont, up to 400 feet in altitude, the company announced Tuesday. 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.

    Full Story
    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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