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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.
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
12 things to do in Boulder County today, Oct. 21, 2017
Chris Kendall and Lindsey Pierce in a scene from "Birds of North America" by Anna Moench, a BETC world premiere production The Boulder Ensemble Theater Company World Premier of "Birds of North America."Louisville bicyclist sustains serious injuries after collision with truck in Superior
A 31-year-old male cyclist from Louisville suffered serious injuries after a collision with a pickup truck in Superior on Friday night. The bicyclist was traveling downhill and northbound on McCaslin Boulevard "when he collided with a black 2014 Dodge Ram pickup" truck at about 6 p.m., the Boulder County Sheriff's Office said in a news release.10 things to do in Boulder County today, Oct. 20, 2017
This classic commedia dell'arte tale, written in the 1700s, concerns the terrible complications wrought by the servant Truffaldino when he attends to two different masters at the same time. With the physical energy and extreme farce that only commedia can supply, he pushes physical and emotional limits to appease his masters and his growling stomach.Boulder man charged with sex assault in 2013 case
Garrett Lee Cross, 30, was charged on Friday with one count of sexual assault and one count of unlawful sexual contact. He is free on $25,000 bond and is set for a preliminary hearing on Nov. 6. According to an arrest affidavit, a woman came to police in March 2017 and said Cross sexually assaulted her in 2013.Boulder County Commissioners to take up troubled GMO transition bid Tuesday
A historic barn built in 1907 is seen at the Boulder Valley Farm property on Friday. The City of Boulder is planning to purchase 615 acres for around $9.5 million for open space.USFS Boulder Ranger District to get new district ranger
A new district ranger will take the reins on Dec. 11 at the Boulder Ranger District, a 160,000-acre area of the Roosevelt National Forest in Boulder and Gilpin Counties. Angela Gee is coming to Boulder after spending the past three years as a district ranger for the Cheoah and Tusquitee Ranger Districts in the Tusquitee and Nanthahala National Forests in North Carolina, according to a news release.'Sexually violent predator' Christopher Lawyer moving to California
Christopher Lawyer, a court-designated "sexually violent predator," is set to move to California after a year of bouncing around Boulder County. Lawyer, 42, had most recently been living at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless at 4869 N. Broadway.Boulder literary heritage continues through Chautauqua author series
Colorado English professor Adam Bradley, author of "The Poetry of Pop," will appear on Nov. 29 as part of Chautauqua's Author Series. Since its launch in 1898, Chautauqua has proudly embraced its role in what began as a larger, nationwide, adult education movement, a push to connect students of all ages with lectures, music and culture in a bucolic setting.Seicento Baroque Ensemble revives German music from 1600s
Homicide Investigation Underway After Shooting Involving 4 People At least one person is dead in Fort Collins after a shooting overnight. Fort Collins police say the shooting involved four people.New data shows CU Boulder LGBTQ grad students withdraw at twice rate of straight peers
Newly released data from a University of Colorado 2014 graduate student climate survey revealed LGBTQ graduate students from the fall 2014 to March 2017 were twice as likely as straight students to withdraw without getting their degrees, among other findings that illustrate inclusion issues around underrepresented graduate students.Open Boulder: complaint filed by member of PLAN-Boulder County has no merit
Community group Open Boulder contends that a complaint filed by John Spitzer, a former Boulder Planning Board member and a board member of PLAN-Boulder County, is without merit. "We read the complaint, and it is meritless," said Open Boulder spokesman Andy Schultheiss, who recently resigned as executive director of the organization to take another job.Longmont detective claims honor named for slain Boulder officer
Longmont police Detective Brian Dean was about 10 years old and staying at a friend's house in the southern California suburbs where he grew up when the two snuck into the kitchen pantry for a midnight snack.Hundreds expected for group singing on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall
Last year's Sing Along Boulder, a part of World Singing Day, gathered singers on Pearl Street. This year's event, on Saturday, is expected to draw 600-800 singers to the pedestrian mall.George Tiba again sentenced to 36 years to life for Boulder sex assault
George Tiba, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a University of Colorado student at a retrial earlier this year, was sentenced today to 36 years to life in prison, the same sentence a judge gave Tiba after his first trial also resulted in a conviction. He was originally found guilty of two counts of sexual assault and burglary in this case in 2013 and sentenced by Boulder District Judge Andrew MacDonald to 36 years in prison , 24 years for the sexual assault counts and 12 for the burglary, the maximum prison sentences available for both counts.Notorious Colorado serial killer charged in new murder and escape attempt
Kimball, 51, allegedly plotted the escape and murder between May 6 and Sept. 22 while he was incarcerated in Sterling, according to Logan County District Court documents.Lafayette joins Boulder in mapping efforts after emerald ash borer scare
A hole is seen in an Ash tree caused by the emerald ash borer beetle in the parking lot of the Lafayette YMCA in August.
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