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REEB Cycles moves from Longmont to Lyons

REEB Cycles recently moved its production facility from Longmont to Lyons. It will hold an open house at the new location, 303 Main St. Full Story
Carvana expanding delivery service in Boulder
Carvana, an eCommerce platform for buying used cars, is expanding its as-soon-as-next-day delivery service in Boulder, according to a news release. Full Story

Louisville's recently shuttered The Book Cellar to reopen under new ownership, in different location
Two local businesswomen have purchased the The Book Cellar's inventory and naming rights with plans to preserve the onetime Louisville mainstay under new management and to reopen it in a different Boulder County location. Full Story

Renovated, revived Rio ready to add to restaurant's 30-year run in Boulder
Boulder's Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant has a new look, a new feel and a tweaked menu. The changes are part of the company's evolution, said Jason Barrett, CEO of the Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant chain, during a media meet-up Tuesday. Full Story

Ford partners with Louisville's Solid Power to develop new electric vehicle batteries
Louisville's Solid Power has found a new investor and partner in Ford Motor Co. to develop all solid-state batteries for next-generation electric vehicles. Full Story

5 Questions with Cindy Judge and Joan Bleacher of Sterling-Rice Group
The Sterling-Rice Group was founded in 1984 in Boulder to create growth strategies for businesses, and today provides solutions helping businesses pursue growth more organically and holistically. Full Story

Boulder City Council seeks to hasten creation of marijuana advisory board
Boulder City Council is urging faster creation of a permanent marijuana advisory board as some businesses protest a difficult-to-navigate regulatory environment in the city and the state Legislature considers broad changes this session. Full Story

Record donation for Boulder-based food nonprofit Conscious Alliance follows record 2018
Boulder-based food insecurity nonprofit Conscious Alliance broke a record in 2018, and that momentum carried into this year with a Louisville business's announcement it would give Conscious its largest-ever donation. Full Story

State issues advisory for marijuana products purchased from MMJ America
The Colorado Department of Revenue has issued a safety advisory after marijuana from MMJ America — which has a Boulder location — was found to have residue of an potentially unsafe pesticide. Full Story

Entrepreneurship for All business accelerator coming to Longmont
New business ideas soon will have a place to blossom under expert guidance in Longmont. Massachusetts-based nonprofit Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll) is set next week to announce the launch a business accelerator program to foster entrepreneurial growth in the community. Full Story

Boulder County workers made highest wages in state last year
Workers in the Boulder Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Boulder County, in 2018 made the highest wages in Colorado, according to a new report from the Colorado Department of Labor. Full Story

Spanish partner takes 70% stake in Boulder's Avery Brewing
Avery Brewing Co. is looking to grow this year. The iconic Boulder brewery, which has won numerous awards, recently announced an expanded partnership with Spain's Mahou San Miguel and the Spanish brewery's other U. Full Story

Boulder startup working on creating pet food that doesn't start with harming animals
A hen from a farm in Lindsborg, Kan., is helping Boulder-based Bond Pet Foods move closer to developing a lab-made protein for pets. Full Story

Longmont Economic Development Partnership rethinks two grant programs
The Longmont Economic Development Partnership is reviewing two of its grant programs for local businesses. Full Story

Rebranded Boulder-based Halp changing the way IT support is done
A Boulder startup is rebranding itself after an infusion of capital. BubbleIQ, now called Halp, has developed software to streamline internal information technology support for small and medium-sized businesses. Full Story

5 Questions with Bill Hollander of High Precision Devices
Bill Hollander is a self-taught instrument maker and a businessman. He launched High Precision Devices, Inc. Full Story

David Gardner: Learning from your new tax return
By now I hope the end of tax season is in sight for you with the deadline for submitting your return just a week away. Full Story

Survey: Colorado business leaders optimistic, but not overly so
Colorado business leaders are optimistic about the second quarter, but not so much about the third, according to the latest Leeds Business Confidence Index. Full Story

Boulder's Changes in Latitude packing it in
Travel inspired Cindy McClelland to start her business, and now travel is beckoning her and husband, Jim, to retire after being in business for 26 years. Full Story

Lafayette's Post Brewing drops Hickenlooper-themed beer after threat of boycott from anti-fracking group
The Post Brewing Co. on Tuesday said it would stop selling its new John Hickenlooper-inspired beer just days after a local anti-fracking activist group threatened to boycott the Lafayette brewpub, citing the presidential hopeful's longtime "alliance with Colorado's oil and gas industry. 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: Gasoline Lollipops

The Boulder alt-country band gives its EPs names such as Death and Resurrection, and its songs bear the mark of hard truths and sin. But the punk energy behind the playing, and the sense that it's all in good fun, make it OK to dance to a song like "Death." Full Story