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Assessor: Big increase in reappraised Boulder County property values

Boulder County property values jumped between mid-2014 and mid-2016, according to Boulder County Assessor Cindy Braddock. Full Story
Pot businesses eye county enclave for Longmont dispensary
Residents and leadership are slowly warming to the idea of legal marijuana in Longmont, but the city might be getting a shop sooner than expected, courtesy of a county enclave at one of the town's busiest intersections. Full Story

Colorado's Great Western Oil and Gas shuts down 61 wells near occupied buildings
A second oil and gas company has shut down wells in response to an explosion at a Firestone house earlier this month that left two men dead and one woman seriously injured. Full Story

How much in student loans can you handle?
Today is the deadline for many high school seniors to confirm their college choice. For many it's a culmination of hard work in high school, ACTs and SATs, and building an extracurricular resume. Full Story

5 Questions with Boulder gaming artist Ashley Stoddard
"I started [art] when I was, you know, tiny," Ashley Stoddard laughs as she recounts the beginnings of her art career in Massachusetts. Full Story

Dozens of Boulder County businesses hiring recovering addicts
Paul Roberts believes in second chances. And third chances. And fourth chances. And twenty-eighth chances. Full Story

Boulder Planning Board gives initial OK to Rayback Collective's longer hours, hard liquor
The Boulder Planning Board on Thursday night gave initial approval for the Rayback Collective to move ahead with plans to seek a liquor license and open earlier in the day. Full Story

Boulder County barn salvagers thrive
California had the gold rush in 1849. Colorado saw a green rush following the legalization of marijuana in 2014, with companies forming rapidly to serve all facets of the new industry. Full Story

Boulder's Pasta Jay's inks national sauce deal with King Soopers
Longtime Boulder restaurateur Jay Elowsky has finalized a deal to sell four of his pasta sauces in 100 King Soopers stores nationwide. Full Story

Plans for Lafayette's Feed and Grain property stalled amid outreach concerns
A public hearing scheduled for Wednesday night to consider plans aimed at transforming Lafayette's venerable Feed and Grain property with a modern touch was postponed, officials announced late Tuesday night. Full Story

Six companies selected for 2017 Boulder County Business Hall of Fame
2017 Boulder County Business Hall of Fame inductees and scholarship recipientsThe Wood Family, Gold Key Travel (Tom and Mitzi Wood, Don and Karen Wood, Eric Wood, Cindy Hoge, Kathy Pillmore and Rebecca Reid) Brad and Lisa Golter, Longmont Florists Jon Kottke, Kottke and Brantz Jeff Nading, Golden Triangle Construction Rick Sterling, Sterling Rice Group Tom Robichaud, Precision Plumbing, Heating & Electric Scholarship recipients (from CU's Leeds School of Business): Patrick Derr, Alexa Levine, Full Story

Boulder County beekeepers buzzing about hive loss
It's the time of year that honeybee swarms typically start to take wing, setting beekeepers' phone lines ablaze as word spreads about their availability to collect and place in awaiting hives. Full Story

Boulder looks to buy, annex Ponderosa Mobile Home Park
Boulder is exploring a purchase and subsequent annexation of the Ponderosa Mobile Home Park, the city announced Monday. Full Story

Boulder food truck park Rayback Collective wants longer hours, hard liquor — but neighbors wary
Boulder's popular food truck park Rayback Collective is hoping to open earlier and sling harder drinks, but not all its neighbors are on board with the changes. Full Story

The Kitchen to open Next Door restaurant at Longmont's Village at the Peaks
Come the end of summer, The Kitchen Restaurant Group plans to open its fifth Next Door location in Colorado, at Longmont's Village at the Peaks. Full Story

Longmont antique shop Tables to Teacups to reopen
Tables To Teacups, a Longmont antique shop and flea market, has moved to 455 Weaver Park Road, one block south of Prestige Dodge. Full Story

Sprouts to hold job fairs, hopes to hire 500 in Boulder, Lafayette, Denver
Sprouts Farmers Market said Monday it hopes to hire 500 new workers for 14 of its metro area stores, including those in Boulder and Lafayette. Full Story

Lafayette's grain elevator and silos slated for brewpub resurrection
Lafayette's long-dormant grain elevator and silos property could soon be resurrected in the form of a new brewpub. Full Story

Report: Boulder's Newton Running cofounder out, reorg underway
Newton Running, which abruptly closed its flagship Pearl Street Mall store last month, has launched a major reorganization which includes the departure of its cofounder Danny Abshire, according to a report in Runner's World. Full Story

5 Questions with Boulder's Analytical Spectral Devices
There is an instrument being used right now on the ice sheets of Greenland that will help determine if and when coastal flooding could eat up parts of the U. 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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