Updated: August 20, 2014 6:04:37 AM MDT
 
 
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    Boulder keeps door open on Xcel Energy's county customers

    Boulder says it has not waived right to expand municipal utility outside city limits
    08/27/2014 06:49 PM MDT
    When Boulder filed for condemnation of Xcel Energy's assets last month, Mayor Matt Appelbaum said the city was making it "crystal clear" that it was not seeking to serve residents of unincorporated Boulder County. 
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    Police seek witnesses after woman assaulted on Boulder Creek Path
    08/27/2014 01:34 PM MDT - Boulder police are seeking witnesses after a woman told police a man hit her in the head while she was near the Children's Fishing Pond on the Boulder Creek Path on Sunday. Full Story

    'It doesn't seem real': CU-Boulder students shocked by news of death on campus
    08/27/2014 06:48 PM MDT - University of Colorado students were still processing the news Wednesday that a fellow student died during the first week of the fall semester. As they hurried to catch the bus to campus Wednesday morning under cloudy skies, students at the Williams Village complex said news that a male student was found dead in a Stearns West dorm room Tuesday cast a solemn mood over the new semester. Full Story

    CU-Boulder: No indication of foul play in death of student in Williams Village dorm
    08/26/2014 07:38 PM MDT - A University of Colorado student was found unresponsive Tuesday afternoon in his Williams Village dorm room and later declared dead, campus officials announced. Full Story

    Xcel asks federal regulators to intervene in Boulder's condemnation bid
    08/26/2014 06:58 PM MDT - Xcel Energy asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on Tuesday to issue a ruling that Boulder cannot condemn a high voltage transmission line that circles the city without first getting the federal regulators' permission. Full Story

    Boulder seeks balance in homeless solutions
    08/23/2014 05:03 PM MDT - For the first summer in years, the lawn between the Boulder Main Public Library and the city's Municipal Building is essentially free of drum circles and pot smoke. On a recent weekday afternoon, a woman played with two babies on a picnic blanket and a group of older children battled with foam swords. Full Story

    College students, counselors would welcome shorter financial aid form
    08/27/2014 08:35 AM MDT - Sharing stories about parents who don't cooperate and costly mistakes, college students and counselors talked Tuesday with U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet about his plans to simplify the way students apply for financial aid. Full Story

    New West Nile virus cases reported by Boulder, Weld health officials
    08/26/2014 10:00 AM MDT - West Nile virus preventionHealth officials have recommended that residents practice the "Four D's" in order to reduce the risk of being bitten and infected by Culex mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus: Apply an effective mosquito repellant, such as Deet, to exposed skin and clothing. Full Story

    Boulder rejects 'Don't Be a Lab Rat' cage after BVSD balks at teen pot campaign's prop
    08/26/2014 08:46 PM MDT - Acknowledging local school officials' objections, Boulder on Tuesday dropped plans to play host to one of the Colorado Department of Public Health's human-sized rat cages at a downtown park. Full Story

    CU-Boulder investigating yet another philosophy professor -- Brad Monton
    08/26/2014 08:54 AM MDT - The University of Colorado is investigating yet another professor within the beleaguered philosophy department on the Boulder campus. Associate professor Brad Monton is the subject of a report by Denver-based attorney David Fine for university administrators, according to an email from an account that appears to be Fine's. Full Story

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    College footballCU football: Buffs' respect progress CSU's Garrett Grayson has made

    When Colorado's Ken Crawley watched film of the end of Colorado State's 2013 season, he saw a much different quarterback than the one he and the Buffaloes faced in the 2013 opener. Full Story
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    College footballCU football: Buffs' respect progress CSU's Garrett Grayson has made

    When Colorado's Ken Crawley watched film of the end of Colorado State's 2013 season, he saw a much different quarterback than the one he and the Buffaloes faced in the 2013 opener. Full Story
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    Second Story Garage: Fierce Bad Rabbit

    The 1906 Beatrix Potter book "The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit" is about a rabbit who, well, is fierce and bad. He steals a carrot and gets his tail shot off. It's a strange little story, but it provided a Fort Collins indie folk-rock group with one of the best band names around. Full Story