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Make this: Longmont innovation tour shows machining alive and well at FRCC

In the nearly four years since Longmont's Advanced Technology Center at Front Range Community College won a $4 million federal grant to teach students how to manufacture parts and high-tolerance devices, it has trained 500 people. Full Story
ChromDex expands to Longmont with plans to add 30 to 40 new jobs
Thanks to the work of Harvard scientists, we know that daily consumption of coffee may lower the risk of prostate cancer and that red wine could slow aging. Full Story

UCHealth hosting open house for new Boulder clinic
UCHealth will host an open house from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 25 to showcase its new Boulder Health Center at 5495 Arapahoe Ave. Full Story

Boulder's 10-4 Systems wins contract with Ohio's Classic Carrier
Boulder's 10-4 Systems, a commercial freight supply chain technology company, has won a contract with refrigerated shipping firm Classic Carriers, located in Ohio. Full Story

Lousville's Fresca Foods acquires Denver's Open Road Snacks
Louisville-based Fresca Foods has acquired longtime partner Open Road Snacks for an undisclosed amount. Full Story

Under the radar: Broomfield's Ball Aerospace sees its tactical unit take off
Tucked deep within Broomfield-based Ball Corporation, far from its globe-dominating can business, is a small division whose growth has become so compelling that it will almost double the size of its Westminster manufacturing center this year, adding hundreds of jobs in the process. Full Story

In majority-white Boulder County, a black barber shop takes root
Depending on whom you ask, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Boulder have a lot in common: both are undergoing rapid change, becoming wealthier and more developed. Full Story

Airbnb use soared across all of Boulder County in 2016
Airbnb vastly expanded its influence across all of Boulder County last year, according to newly released data from the short-term rental network. Full Story

Boulder businesses 'All In' in showing image of inclusiveness
An image of inclusiveness has begun to sprout in the windows of half a dozen Boulder businesses. Simple in black and white, an outline of the United States, a giant flower on indeterminate species shooting up from somewhere in the middle, perhaps Kansas. Full Story

Lucky's Market to open Fort Collins location
Niwot-based natural grocer Lucky's Market is opening a Fort Collins location in a space formerly occupied by Sports Authority. Full Story

Nordstrom, Under Armour and Netflix: Do #boycotts work?
Attention boycotters: Your #boycott brand-of-the-day efforts may not even matter. Especially these days, since the boycotts, experts say, are constantly changing and unlikely to impact a company's bottom line unless its name remains in the headlines. Full Story

Big Choice Brewing to leave Broomfield for Brighton
Big Choice Brewing, one of the first breweries to put down roots in Broomfield, is moving to Brighton. Full Story

Outdoor trade show leaving Utah after two decades, leaving the door open for Colorado
<p>Leaders of the 1,200-member Outdoor Industry Association and executives from The North Face, REI and Patagonia told Utah Gov. Gary Herbert in a conference call Thursday that Utah must change its stance on public lands or the industry would move its lucrative Outdoor Retailer trade show from Salt Lake City.</p>  Full Story

Lyons business, CU Boulder student hosting hackathon to save climate data
A Lyons business and a University of Colorado law student are leading a team of volunteers in the fight to save decades of precious climate data they say is under siege by a hostile presidential administration. Full Story

Boulder's SurveyGizmo expands to Canada
Boulder-based SurveyGizmo, a survey platform, has expanded services to Canada as part on an ongoing international growth plan. Full Story

Centennial, Citywide banks to merge in $203M deal
Aurora's Citywide Banks will merge with the parent company of Denver-based Centennial Bank and Trust in a stock-and-cash transaction valued at approximately $203 million. Full Story

Boulder businesses create leadership camp for high school girls
Two female-led Boulder businesses are teaming up to create a leadership camp aimed at boosting the confidence of the city's high school girls. Full Story

Man planning 'Boycott Utah' protests in Boulder lied about his name
A man who spoke out about his bid to discourage outdoor retailers from attending the industry's major trade show in Utah over the wildlands policy of that state's officials admitted Wednesday he had lied about his identity. Full Story

Boulder 'ground zero' for outdoor industry boycott of Utah over wildland protection
Boulder in coming weeks could see vocal protests directed at key representatives of the multi-billion-dollar outdoor retail industry, an effort to stir support for a boycott of an annual trade show in Utah over the position that state's officials have taken on wildlands protection. Full Story

'Neptune will rise again;' Sale of iconic Boulder mountaineering store to close Thursday
On Thursday, the sale of Boulder's iconic Neptune Mountaineering to locals Shelley and Andrew Dunbar will be final. 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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