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Broomfield is a major suburb of both Denver and Boulder. In 1885 Adolph Zang bought land for a railroad depot, which was thus named Zang's Spur. It was a spur off the main railroad line where locally grown grains were loaded into the railroad cars for delivery to the Zang Brewing Company. It began as an agrarian community and was later populated by gold seeking families during the Gold Rush. It was later named Broomfield after the broomcorn which is grown in the area.

Population: 62137
Local Newspapers: Broomfield Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos and Denver Nuggets
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Zip Codes associated with broomfield, colorado: 80020 80021 80241
Towns/Cities near broomfield, colorado : Northglenn Madison Hill Westminster Louisville Lafayette

Broomfield News
RE: DCM Create Certificate Authority option not present

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Pilatus PC-24 secures US and European type certification

Pilatus has received European and US type certification for its PC-24 business jet, and is preparing to hand over the first aircraft to New Hampshire-based launch customer PlaneSense. The approvals come four years after the superlight twin was unveiled by the Swiss airframer - its first business jet programme after almost eight decades of producing turboprop-powered aircraft.

Louisville names Heather Balser, longtime staff member, as new city manager

Louisville's nationwide search for a new city manager has come full circle; officials today announced that Heather Balser, a 20-year veteran of Louisville's city staff, including stints as deputy and interim city manager, will be appointed to the city manager position on a permanent basis. The decision comes nearly eight months after Malcolm Fleming announced suddenly in April that he would step down from the city manager post after nearly a decade.

Officials invite Boulder County, Broomfield residents to take online fair housing survey

Local officials are encouraging Boulder County and Broomfield residents to participate in an online "fair housing" survey of people's experiences with getting or trying to find housing - and whether they have experienced any discrimination or other problems in the process. The survey is part of a collaborative fair-housing study - by the Boulder-Broomfield HOME Consortium, Aurora, the Aurora Housing Authority, Denver and the Denver Housing Authority and the Boulder/Broomfield HOME Consortium - of the housing choices of people living, working or going to school in the area.

Broomfield's Wildgrass subdivision, Extraction Oil and Gas reach agreement on proper notice

Extraction Oil and Gas, Inc. and Wildgrass residents have reached an agreement regarding how Extraction will notify homeowners. Two protests of Extraction Oil and Gas, Inc.'s spacing unit applications that were to be heard next week by the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission have been moved to the commission's Dec. 11 and 12 consent agenda.

William Tuthill, Broomfield's city attorney, stepping down

City and County of Broomfield attorney William Tuthill, center, answers questions during the counting of provisional and uniformed and overseas citizen absentee ballots during a previous election. After more than a decade serving as Broomfield's city and county attorney, William Tuthill is retiring from the position.

High of 36 today in Boulder with snow expected by Thursday morning

Five-day forecast Check out what weather is in store for the Boulder County area here National Weather Service See what the National Weather service is predicting here 24-Hour satellite Watch NOAA's 24-hour satellite image here Real-time conditions See what Boulder's weather is like now at the National Center for Atmospheric Research here Boulder should see temperatures drop into the 30s today as a snow storm approaches the area, according to the National Weather Service. Today's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 36 and an overnight low of 15, with winds 8 to 13 mph with gusts as high as 20 mph.

UPDATE 1-Toll Brothers profit, revenue jump on higher demand

FILE PHOTO: A Toll Brothers home under construction is seen in Broomfield, Colorado February 25, 2014. REUTERS/Rick Wilking/File Photo The U.S. luxury homebuilder also forecast a decline in its full-year 2018 adjusted gross margin.

Tony Arnold Named CEO Of Generic Crop Protection Company Willowood

TONY ARNOLD NAMED CEO OF GENERIC CROP PROTECTION COMPANY WILLOWOOD Dec. 4, 2017 Source: Willowood USA news release Willowood USA LLC, a leading agricultural business based in Broomfield, Colorado, announced today that Brian Heinze, who founded the company and led the business since its inception in 2009, has decided to step down from his position as CEO. The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Tony Arnold has been selected as the company's new CEO.

Re: BRMS fails again mysteriously

Thanks, Martin. How I wish it were that simple! A couple of hours after system A fails, system B succeeds with the same library.

Longmont police notes: Juvenile car thief

Longmont officers on Friday were dispatched to the 1700 block of Hover Street on the report of a car theft that had just occurred.

Judge dismisses former CU club ski coach's lawsuit against Daily Camera

A judge this week dismissed the defamation lawsuit filed against the Daily Camera by a former University of Colorado club ski team coach who was investigated by campus administrators and law enforcement officials over allegations he misappropriated student dues. Palmer Hoyt, in a lawsuit filed in March in Denver District Court, named as defendants the Daily Camera and The Denver Post, which republished the Camera's reporting, as well as former Camera reporter Sarah Kuta, Camera Executive Editor Kevin Kaufman and Kris Schoech, a former CU Club Sports director quoted in the article.

Boulder-area dog rescued by rope after falling into pipe

Chello the dog is seen suck at the bottom of a pipe at the end of a retention pond dock off South Boulder Road on Friday morning. Rescuers pull Chello the dog out of a pipe at the end of a retention pond dock off South Boulder Road on Friday morning.

Emanuel Doll set for competency review in killing of nephew, 4, in Broomfield

Emanuel Doll, the Broomfield man accused of killing his 4-year-old nephew with an ax, was ordered by a judge Friday to undergo a competency review. Doll, 25, who is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, is set for a potentially two-day hearing on Feb. 15 and 16. Three witnesses are expected to be called to testify.

Broomfield Rep. Gray calls for fellow dem to be expelled over sexual harassment complaints

Broomfield State Rep. Matt Gray is laying plans to expel Rep. Steve Lebsock, a man accused by multiple women of sexual harassment, from the Colorado House of Representatives. On Thursday Gray announced he will introduce a resolution to remove Lebsock at the beginning of the 2018 legislative session.

Re: CHKIN/CHKOUT

Looks to be for IFS files what ALCOBJ/DLCOBJ are for system objects. The biggest difference being that it locks to the user rather than the job.

Colorado family's dogs poisoned in backyard

A Broomfield, Colorado couple says someone trying to poison squirrels poisoned both of their dogs, and they want to warn neighbors to watch out. Michael Hendricks and Joan Yates knew something was wrong when their Corgi-mix puppy Molly vomited one day.

Arraignment postponed for Westminster officer charged in sex assault

Curtis Arganbright, a Westminster police officer accused of sexually assaulting a woman while on duty, appeared for an arraignment Thursday morning in the Broomfield Combined Courts. Defense attorney Doug Jewell and Amy Beard, with the 17th Judicial District Attorney's Office, agreed to postpone the arraignment for 8:30 a.m. Jan. 11. Beard said her office had spoken to the victim about the possibility, and likelihood, of a continuance.

Broomfield municipal judge, city and county manager get 3.5% raises

Broomfield Mayor Randy Ahrens, left, talks with Broomfield City and County Manager Charles Ozaki during a City Council meeting in October. The Broomfield City Council approved 3.5 percent raises for City and County Manager Charles Ozaki and Municipal Judge Randall Davis.

New Louisville city manager candidates include own leadership, Broomfield official

Louisville's pick for a new city manager will draw from a candidate pool that includes its own interim city manager, Heather Balser, and Broomfield Community Development Director, David Shinneman, officials announced Wednesday. The final five nominees - which include Matthew Fulton, a former city manager of West St. Paul, Minn.; David Niemeyer, the village manager for Village of Tinley Park, Ill.; and Keith Riesberg, the city manager of Rio Rancho, N.M. - were culled from more than 180 applications throughout the city's five-month national search thrown into motion by Malcolm Fleming's sudden exit this summer .

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