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    Pothole pitfalls: Boulder County snow prompts increase in complaints

    03/04/2015 08:14 PM MST
    Thanks to one of the snowiest Februarys in Boulder County history, drivers can expect even more potholes this year as the snow begins to melt. Boulder public works spokesman Mike Banuelos said the city has gotten 100 more requests for pothole repairs so far in 2015 than at the same point in 2014. 
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    Colorado marijuana
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    Cops and CourtsRecreational marijuana: Colorado sheriffs challenge Amendment 64

    Six Colorado sheriffs sued their own governor in federal court on Thursday, arguing that state laws legalizing marijuana require them to violate federal law. Full Story
    ENTERTAINMENT
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    Entertainment"Those Who Can't," Denver-based sitcom, greenlit by TruTV

    Get ready for your close-up, Denver. Turner Broadcasting's TruTV, which is in the process of rebranding itself from a reality and documentary-based network to a comedy one, has ordered its first full-length scripted series in the Denver-based sitcom "Those Who Can't." Full Story
    OUTDOOR RECREATION
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    Dead men at Boulder County's Eldora tell conflicting tales

    Historical riddle arises as resort awaits ruling on expansion plans
    The proposed expansion and improvements at Eldora Mountain Resort are not likely to disturb the eternal sleep of the two men believed to be buried in the cold ground near a simple stone marker at Deadman's Gulch.  Full Story
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    Pothole pitfalls: Boulder County snow prompts increase in complaints

    03/04/2015 08:14 PM MST
    Thanks to one of the snowiest Februarys in Boulder County history, drivers can expect even more potholes this year as the snow begins to melt. Boulder public works spokesman Mike Banuelos said the city has gotten 100 more requests for pothole repairs so far in 2015 than at the same point in 2014. 
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    College tennisCU women's tennis: Surging Buffs eager to face Pac-12 elite

    Off to best start since 1997, CU gears up for challenge
    The University of Colorado women's tennis team is off to the program's strongest start since 1997 with a 9-2 record. Full Story
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    College tennisCU women's tennis: Surging Buffs eager to face Pac-12 elite

    Off to best start since 1997, CU gears up for challenge
    The University of Colorado women's tennis team is off to the program's strongest start since 1997 with a 9-2 record. Full Story
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    Second Story Garage: Bradford Lee Folk and the Bluegrass Playboys

    There aren't many farmers left in the country, let alone bluegrass musicians who are actually farmers. But Bradford Lee Folk has always been the real deal. Full Story