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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
Towns/Cities near boulder, colorado : Niwot Gunbarrel Lafayette Louisville Superior

Boulder News
Michael Dougherty appointed to replace Stan Garnett as Boulder County DA

Michael Dougherty, seen here outside an Arapahoe County courtroom in 2012, has been appointed Boulder County district attorney following the resignation of Stan Garnett. Gov. John Hickenlooper's office made the announcement Wednesday.

Michael Dougherty appointed to replace Stan Garnett as Boulder County district attorney

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Wednesday announced the appointment of Michael Dougherty to replace Stan Garnett as Boulder County district attorney. Gov. John Hickenlooper's office made the announcement Wednesday.

Boulder City Council extends Chautauqua access program for five years

Mateo, 7, and his brother, Luca, 3, try out their new sled with their father, Alberto Guzman, right, on the Chautauqua Trailhead on Wednesday in Boulder. Boulder's City Council made it official on Tuesday: Paid parking and free shuttles at Chautauqua Park will continue for at least another five years.

CU Boulder researcher links climate change, localized extinction

New research led by the University of Colorado has found a causal link between climate warming and the localized extinction of Northern rock jasmine, a common flowering plant in the Rocky Mountains. The study results could signal the potential of future species population declines in the Rocky Mountains, according to a news release.

Google Boulder donates $125,000 to BVSD computer studies initiative

Google Boulder, saying it is intent on helping develop the next generation of computer scientists and engineers, is donating $125,000 to Impact on Education, a foundation that supports education, and the Boulder Valley School District. In a statement Scott Green, Google Boulder site director said, "There's a great talent pool in Colorado and many of our employees are graduates of local universities, but it's critical that we help inspire and develop the next generation of engineers and computer scientists, and this grant will help deliver on that mission."

Boulder scientists focus on measuring Antarctica snowfall

A helicopter returns to McMurdo Station, one of three research stations that operate on Antarctica. Anyone who knows the difficulty sometimes encountered in figuring the amount of snowfall from a passing Front Range winter storm, given the vagaries of swirling winds and varying terrain, might appreciate the challenges Boulder scientists have taken on in Antarctica.

Conversations with Dr. Fran Bagenal and more Boulder-area events for Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018

Dr. Fran Bagenal, professor of astrophysical and planetary sciences and research scientist at the Laboratory of Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado, discusses her work today at Boulder History Museum. Conversations with Dr. Fran Bagenal - This month's Boulder Conversations with Extraordinary People features Dr. Fran Bagenal.

Boulder considers assault weapons ban

Winter Weather Advisory issued February 20 at 10:56PM MST expiring February 22 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Archuleta Winter Weather Advisory issued February 20 at 10:56PM MST expiring February 22 at 6:00PM MST in effect for: Archuleta, Dolores, Hinsdale, La Plata, Montezuma, San Juan, San Miguel Winter Weather Advisory issued February 20 at 10:45PM MST expiring February 22 at 5:00PM MST in effect for: Conejos, Mineral, Rio Grande Wind Chill Advisory issued February 20 at 8:46PM MST expiring February 21 at 9:00AM MST in effect for: Cheyenne, Kit Carson, Yuma In the wake of a Florida high school shooting that left 17 dead, the city of Boulder is considering a ban on so-called assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and bump stocks.

Boulder buys Hogan-Pancost for $5M

Boulder has completed its purchase of Hogan-Pancost in an effort to put an end to the three decades of controversy and neighborhood anxiety over proposed development there. Though the approval came with very little discussion and no public comment, few, if any, parcels in Boulder have caused as much of a stir as Hogan-Pancost, the 22 acres of county land surrounded by southeast Boulder.

AR-15-style guns flashpoint in Boulder County, national debate after Florida shooting

Employee Brady Taipale works at the computer behind a rifle on display at Grandpa's Pawn & Gun in Longmont on Tuesday. As the nation scrutinizes the AR-15-style semi-automatic rifle that Nikolas Cruz reportedly used last week to kill 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., a Boulder County gun dealer said he hasn't seen more people wanting to buy the weapon.

Common tells CU Boulder crowd to strive for greatness

Common performs onstage during NBA All-Star weekend festivities at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Saturday. Musician and actor Common came to the University of Colorado on Tuesday evening to urge several hundred people inside Macky Auditorium to recognize the path they need to recognize and walk in order to achieve greatness.

Convicted Boulder rapist Christopher Lawyer arrested in California

Christopher Lawyer, a convicted rapist out of Boulder, has been arrested in California on a parole violation about half a year after the court-designated "sexually violent predator" moved to the state. Lawyer's name also recently popped up in an investigation involving a Sacramento woman who went missing and whose body was found eaten by a mountain lion, though it does not appear his arrest is related to that case.

Boulder to consider banning assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and bump stocks

Semi-automatic AR-15 rifles are for sale at Good Guys Guns & Range on Thursday in Orem, Utah.

CU Boulder announces new visiting conservative scholars for 2018-2019

The University of Colorado has announced that W.B. Allen and Stephen B. Presser will be the Boulder campus's 2018-2019 visiting scholars in conservative thought and policy. Allen is a political philosophy professor at Michigan State University and his research interests include the "national character," an idea propounded by George Washington that probes the sources of "fragmentation" among American citizens.

Matt Lepore, head of Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, resigning

The director of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is stepping down next month to take a job with an energy policy consulting firm, the Colorado Department of Natural Resources announced Tuesday morning. Matt Lepore, who was appointed in August 2012, will resign effective March 2. "Leading this agency has been the professional privilege and challenge of a lifetime," Lepore said in a statement.

Watch Real Estate Play a New Song in Colorado

Real Estate postponed their fall tour just a week before former band member Matt Mondanile 's sexual misconduct allegations surfaced, but the New Jersey group picked back up on the road last night for the first stop of their rescheduled tour at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado. During their set, they played a brand-new song, the first new material we've heard from them since last year's In Mind .

Freezing rain and snow means a messy Monday morning commute, and a potentially worse one this evening

It started as freezing drizzle, but some long-overdue snow has finally hit the Front Range corridor and is expected to continue piling up until about midnight, according to Kyle Fredin, meteorologist at the Nation Weather Service in Boulder. The start to the storm made for a sloppy early commute, but Fredin said the most intense part of the snow day will be from 4 p.m. to midnight.

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