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More growers brings surge in weed supplies, plunge in Boulder County pot prices

The price of pot is going down, way down, as more people launch large-scale industrial grow operations to supply the state's dispensaries and makers of weed-infused goodies Full Story
A Cured on every corner? 5 questions with Boulder's Will and Coral Frischkorn
By Shay Castle Staff Writer A stay in a European neighborhood, indulging in local meats, wines and cheeses, for most people would be a pleasant vacation, a memory to be tucked away upon return to a "normal" life. Full Story

Boulder startup Stryd wins gold in Rio with running power meter
Athletes weren't the only ones representing Boulder on the podiums in Rio the past few weeks. Startup Stryd also won gold, of a sort, coming out tops in a global sports technology innovation competition hosted in concurrence with The Games. Full Story

Boulder's Zayo posts 4th quarter, year-end losses
Boulder's Zayo Group Holdings, (NYSE: ZAYO) which builds and operates broadband networks in the U.S. and Europe, lost $30. Full Story

Lonely at CU? Two entrepreneurs have apps for that
Two Buffs are working on new ways to change how college students make friends and interact, both online and off. Full Story

The Gondolier buys Longmont's Deli Cioso site to open 2nd restaurant
The owners of Deli Cioso have sold their property on South Main Street in Longmont to the owner of Boulder's Gondolier Italian Eatery, and will close the 27-year-old location next month. Full Story

Boulder startup Kickfurther passes $10M in funded inventory
Boulder startup and Boomtown grad Kickfurther, an inventory crowdfunding marketplace, has funded $10. Full Story

Lockheed gives CU Boulder $3 million to fund space communications research
Aerospace giant Lockheed Martin is giving $3 million to the University of Colorado to fund a research center on radio frequency (RF) technologies and their use in space communications systems. Full Story

Clovis stock surges as FDA approves accelerated review of ovarian cancer drug
Shares of Boulder-based Clovis Oncology (NASDAQ: CLVS) were up on news that the Food and Drug Administration accepted the drug maker's application for an accelerated review of its advanced ovarian cancer drug, rucaparib. Full Story

Foothills United Way to host 22nd Day of Caring in Boulder, Broomfield Counties
Foothills United Way, a local nonprofit serving Boulder and Broomfield counties, will hold its 22nd Day of Caring volunteer event from 8 a. Full Story

Boulder's Bhakti hires new CEO as founder transitions to new role
Chai and sparking tea maker Bhakti has hired a new CEO after founder Brook Eddy transitioned to a new role as chair of the board of directors. Full Story

Advisory panel: Boulder pot shops should be able to stay open later, sell merchandise
Under a new series of recommended regulatory changes, marijuana businesses that have long complained of city-imposed competitive disadvantages in Boulder would be able to stay open longer, advertise, sell merchandise, and sell medical and recreational pot out of the same building. Full Story

Boulder staff tours pot operation jeopardized by city's annexation plans
City staff on Tuesday toured one of the seven marijuana operations in east Boulder that say they are being put in jeopardy by annexation plans to boost the city's municipalization bid. Full Story

Darla Schueth steps down as CEO of Boulder County hospice TRU Communty Care
The head of Boulder County's largest hospice, TRU Community Care, has stepped down following pressure from concerned and overworked employees. Full Story

5 Questions with 5.12's Sal Silvester
From bartenders to bookkeepers, job training is part-and-parcel of entering the workforce. But entry-level employees aren't the only ones who need to brush up on their job skills. Full Story

What's worse than ineffective customer service? The kind that makes people angry
"Thank you for calling! Have we resolved your issue today?" "No," I reply. "You haven't helped me." "Okay! Full Story

Commercial fees could triple as Boulder pursues affordable housing
Lou DellaCava lives and breathes numbers. On the spreadsheet for the new $15 million office building he's developing at the corner of 28th Street and Canyon Boulevard is a line item of $400,000. That's the amount he paid last year when he pulled his building permit for the project.  Full Story

Boulder's celeb chef Kimbal Musk set out to win the Midwest, and found himself won over
Most restaurateurs, when looking to expand their eateries to new locations, follow a fairly simple formula: Scout for property, maybe do a little market research, work out a deal and move in. Full Story

Boulder-based manufacturer Continental Control Systems moving to Longmont
Boulder-based Continental Control Systems will move its headquarters and manufacturing operations to Longmont later this year. Continental, which specializes in electric power metering and monitoring equipment for use in the energy-services industry, will lease 16,172 square feet of industrial space at 2150 Miller Drive in Longmont. Full Story

Boulder Planning Board wants council to address marijuana business concerns in annexation
The Boulder Planning Board on Thursday voted unanimously to recommend the City Council pass an ordinance annexing 15 pieces of Boulder County land on the condition that the city address concerns of marijuana-related businessess that operate on the land. 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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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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