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Boulder Rejects a Third of Medical Marijuana Applications
Officials have recently rejected about 30 percent of the applicants seeking a license to sell or grow medical marijuana in the city of Boulder. Last year the Boulder City Council approved a variety of new rules to regulate the industry – and to dat...
$170M Worth of Projects Set for Boulder
Boulder officials have their eyes on 161 projects in the city that could end up totaling $170 million. All of this public improvement work could take about six years to complete. The plans are still in the proposal stage. The insight on it will be...
Boulder Rural Fire Gets New Digs
The Boulder Rural Fire Protection District is hoping a move to new digs will speed response times. The district is moving into a recently remodeled home in Gunbarrel that sits at 6230 Lookout Road. The building was purchased about six months ago. Of...
Boulder Eats: Ice Cream
What could be better than creamy, cold goodness? Answer: enjoying it while basking in the shadow of the Flatirons in the gorgeous city of Boulder! Boulder is home to many ice cream and frozen yogurt spots that dish up delicious favorites, special fla...
Boulder Medical Marijuana Regs Get Tougher
Boulder’s medical marijuana rules are known as some of the toughest around Colorado. A recent move by the Boulder City Council could make them even tougher. The new rules prohibit any advertisements by medical marijuana businesses that discuss recr...
Gypsy Market Focuses on the Unique
A trio of artists are hosting Boulder’s third Firefly Handmade market sale. The so-called Gypsy Market is focused on handmade goods from recycled items with a unique spin. The market will showcase about 80 artists and craftspeople who will be selli...
City Council Oks New Marijuana Regs
Boulder City Council recently passed a new ordinance that specifies how medical marijuana businesses can advertise. The new rules specify that the ads can only be aimed at people who have a medical need for marijuana. The measure, which passed 8 to 0...
GMOs With Limitations Recommended for Open Space
There have been recent protests in Boulder regarding some residents not wanting any genetically modified plants in Boulder County open space areas. A Boulder County advisory group for agriculture gave its recommendation and said these types of crops ...
2011 Boulder Halloween Costume Stores
Halloween is upon the city with decorations, haunted houses and treats at every turn. While the little ones dream of their Halloween costumes for months on end, many adults put off purchasing their costumes until the last minute. With several loca...
Boulder Could Face Consequences If Voters Approve 2B, 2C
Customers of Xcel Energy living in Boulder could possibly lose the ability to use the company’s solar rebates and programs aimed at energy efficiency if Boulder voters approve to measures aimed at cutting ties with Xcel and starting a Boulder city ...
CU Celebrates Homecoming With Parade on Pearl Street
The University of Colorado at Boulder will celebrate its annual homecoming with a parade on Friday, Oct. 21. The CU homecoming parade will take place this year on the Pearl Street Mall and starts at 7 p.m. The parade was moved this year to the Pearl ...
CU Students Focus On Sustainable Food
There’s a new dorm at the University of Colorado at Boulder that’s focused on being eco-conscious. Students living in Williams Village North are planning a community garden to grow herbs and vegetables that they can cook with to help create a mor...
Carriage House Community Table Is Now Bridge House
The Carriage House Community Table has officially changed its name to Bridge House. Located in an alley behind the First Congregational Church at 1120 1/2 Pine Street, this day shelter has offered meals, coffee and employment assistance to Boulder's ...
Boulder Home Sales Are Way Down
The housing market is showing signs of confusion since many people are finding themselves looking for jobs in a system that is always trying to rebound from recession. Some sellers who can afford to do so have taken their properties off the market ho...
Boulder Celebrates Halloween & Trick or Treating Hours
Downtown Boulder will host its annual Munchkin Masquerade this Oct. 31 come rain, snow or clear skies! The hours are 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 31, 2011. This Trick-or-Treating event is set for the Pearl Street Mall and its nearby streets. The event is...