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Located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the city is approx 25 miles NW of Denver. Mining has always been a big part of the history of many Colorado towns and Boulder is no exception. Gold, Silver and Coal were major parts of the city's history. The city was selected to be the home of the University of Colorado in 1876 and today is the area's largest employer.

Population: 94171
Local Newspapers: Daily Camera Denver Post
Local Sports Teams: University of Colorado (Buffaloes)
Local Colleges: University of Colorado

Zip Codes associated with boulder, colorado: 80301 80302 80303 80304
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Boulder News
Boulder taps 19 people for advice on engaging citizens about municipalization

Boulder leaders have resolved to "improve how the city communicates and engages the community about its energy future" - a topic that's inspired significant interest and debate in the city for most of the past decade, as the city's been attempting to establish its own municipal electric utility. On Friday, the city announced it has appointed 19 people to a new citizen advisory panel called the Energy Future Communications and Engagement Working Group.

CU Boulder students crafting drone for studying whales

A 18-meter-long sperm whale submerges in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Nice, France.

Jan Burton: Is the sky the limit for commercial linkage fees?

Boulder City Council will be reviewing affordable housing commercial linkage fees next week for the fourth time in four years. Increasing those fees was the rallying cry for some candidates in the last election who want to extract more resources from developers in the name of affordable housing and those who merely want to discourage new commercial development.

CU Boulder grapples with plummeting support of higher education among conservatives

University of Colorado law students and CU Black Law Students Association members April Connally, left, Aisha May, Ariel Amaru, Arethra Frazier and Bria May silently protested as Wall Street Journal Columnist and Fox News Contributor Jason Riley spoke inside the Wolf Law Building on the University of Colorado campus in Boulder on Wednesday.

Rest easy: New regional sleep center coming to Longmont's diagonal medical campus

Debbie Battenberg, a Registered Polysomographic Technician, works on a patient chart at the Colorado Sleep Institute in Boulder on Thursday.

Andria Bilich, et al.: Developing an open space master plan

What would you do if you were in charge of the city of Boulder's open space and mountain parks? What would be your priorities for managing recreation, forests, grasslands, agriculture, and sensitive species? What do you think open space should look like 50 years from now? Important questions like these are driving the city's Open Space and Mountain Parks to partner with the community in creating its first master plan. We, the Open Space Board of Trustees , invite all Boulder residents to help shape that plan.

Accused of raping boy

A man has been arrested after police say he raped a teenage boy following a wedding in Boulder last April. Calan Edward Reichstein, 29, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexual assault on a child with force, sexual assault on a child, unlawful sexual contact with force and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

In Boulder County, homebuyers appreciate KB Home's single-family...

With a location that's 15 minutes from Google and other Boulder tech campuses, Somerset Meadows in Longmont sees more than its share of tech-oriented buyers ones who appreciate KB Home's Cat6e wiring package, matched to NextLight fiber-optics service, provided by the City of Longmont throughout the community. But even more, they like the prices they find at KB Home for designs that provide lots of chances to personalize around their own tastes, in an area served by well-rated schools.

Director of Boulder's Attention Homes stepping down, deputy named as successor

Attention Homes Executive Director Claire Clurman, left, is pictured with Program Coordinator Shawna Shirazi in 2016. Attention Homes, the Boulder nonprofit that works with homeless and at-risk youth and young adults, has announced that Executive Director Claire Clurman is stepping down, to be succeeded by Deputy Director Chris Nelson.

Boulder building permits, Feb. 19, 2018

Boulder building permits over $10,000 in value that were approved in Boulder between Feb. 5, 2018 to Feb. 11, 2018. Listed below are: the case number; address; total project valuation; owner name; contractor ; and description.

Buying Hogan-Pancost would cost Boulder $5 million, city says

Boulder is primed to spend $5 million to purchase the Hogan-Pancost property, so that the city can control the fate of its 22 acres instead of letting developers bring forth their own proposals. The City Council voted unanimously on Jan. 12 to direct city staff to negotiate the sale with Hogan-Pancost owner Michael Boyers.

Thwarted buyer files complaints against Boulder Toyota dealership

A Toyota Prius hybrid car waits for customers at a Toyota dealer in Hollywood, Calif., in this March 10, 2010, file photo. An Aurora man is accusing a Boulder car dealership of playing fast and loose with the price for a Toyota Prius, and has lodged complaints with the state's attorney general and Better Business Bureau.

Local Author Spotlight: 'Dog Gone Missing'

Summary: It's estimated that more than 1 million dogs go missing every year in the United States, and many of them are never reunited with their families. Sparked by an article in the Daily Camera, this is the first book based on academic research, interviews with experts , and real-life stories , to explore why dogs might run away, where they might go, whether they inherited navigation skills from their wolf ancestors, and why some dogs can find their way home while others can't.

Boulder and the Beautiful: Blo Blow Dry Bar opens

Jessica Onstott, top, works on the hair of Sarah Vogel, while Elisabeth Jimenez blows out the hair of Chelsea Fisker at Blo Blow Dry Bar, which opened recently on Pearl Street in Boulder. I sometimes torment myself by imagining what I would look like if I lived in the ancient days.

Boulder International Film Festival embraces innovation, technology

Elliott Gould, left, as Bob, running with Jemaine Clement, as Nate, in "Humor Me." Gould will participate in a Q&A after the screening of the film at Boulder International Film Festival.

Artists feel the squeeze as plan for north Boulder cultural center fizzles

The Boulder County Arts Alliance had sought a new cultural center at the former Namaste Solar property at 4571 Broadway.

Man pulled knife during argument with friend about what DVD to watch, Boulder police say

A man was charged with felony menacing after police say he pulled a knife on a friend while they were having an argument about what DVD to watch over the weekend in Boulder. According to an arrest affidavit, police were called to an apartment in the 2900 block of Eagle Way after Patrick Lavelle said Best had pulled a knife on him.

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