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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
Boulder International Film Festival launches first Virtual Reality Pavilion
Opening Night Red Carpet Gala: 8 p.m. Thursday at the Boulder Theater; $50; screening of United Kingdom feature film "Their Finest," starring Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin, Bill Nighy, Jack Huston, Jeremy Irons and Richard E. Grant Closing Night: 7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Boulder Theater; $30; screening of Boulder-based feature documentary "Chasing Coral," produced and directed by Jeff Orlowski More info: 2 and 4 p.m. Saturday, March 4, network with other creators, share work and technologies with filmmakers and newbies to virtual reality. BIFF runs March 2-5 at various venues across Boulder and Longmont.Arapahoe County seeking resident feedback on performance, priorities
In the coming weeks, Arapahoe County is mailing out surveys to 3,000 randomly selected residences to ask people their opinions about the place they live and the job the county government is doing. The Arapahoe County Citizen Survey is being circulated to gauge how some of the county's 640,000 residents think their local public servants are doing when it comes to delivering government services, as well as collect a sampling of residents' impressions of the place they call home, according to a county news release .Broomfield actor plays role in 'Casting JonBenet'
"Casting JonBenet" asks an audience, who for years has watched and theorized about the child's murder, to turn that microscope toward themselves. Details of the 6-year-old's death gained nationwide attention when her body was discovered Dec. 26, 1996 in the basement of the family's home where she lived with her parents and older brother, Burke.Pete Lorenzen: IBM and the city of Boulder's proposed municipal utility
As a corporation, IBM has long been a user of renewable energy sources, including wind, large and small hydro, biomass, and solar. Two years ago, we set a goal of procuring electricity from renewable sources for 20 percent of our annual electricity consumption by 2020.Longmont and Boulder County cone zones: Friday, Feb. 24, 2017
Main Street: Lane shifts on the Main Street bridge over the St. Vrain River have been put into place. Travelers can expect additional delays as all four travel lanes were shifted to the east.Boulder Canyon is shut down because of crash
Boulder Canyon has been closed just west of Boulder because of a three-vehicle crasht involving a bus on Boulder Canyon Drive. According to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office, there are no injuries associated with the crash.Trial in north Boulder shooting death delayed again
Cody Nelson and Miriam Nayeh, enter the courtroom on February 11, 2016. Nelson was charged with first-degree murder while Nayeh was charged with being an accessory to murder in relation to a fatal shooting on Feb. 5 in Boulder.Erie holding Town Hall open house March 2
The community is invited to see the updates from 4:30 to 6 p.m. March 2 at 645 Holbrook St. The furor over General Motors' deadly ignition switch has the potential to doom the car key, a technology drivers have been using for 65 years. Boulder is pretty good at producing rock bands, and by "rock," we mean the in-your-face, guitar-heavy, leather-clad variety - you know, the good kind.Activists to hold Denver town hall with or without Sen. Cory Gardner
The face of Sen. Cory Gardner - accompanies by words and moving text as part of an environmental protest and unauthorized art installation - is displayed Tuesday on the wall of the Denver Art Museum. Several community activist organizations have planned a town hall meeting for Sen. Cory Gardner on Friday in Denver that they say will go on with or without the Republican senator's participation, echoing a similar event in Fort Collins earlier this week that the senator did not attend.Tabitha Farrar helps tackle eating disorders through meal support
Before using Active Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults' meal support service, you can share additional information with the meal support coach before the session, such as: Tabitha Farrar may be the only person fond of slathering mayonnaise on quiche - partly to make up for 10 years of calories lost during her illness with anorexia and partly to practice enjoying rich foods. In February, she launched an online meal support service so others taking on the same fight could schedule a confidential "meal support buddy" through her business - Active Eating Disorder Recovery for Adults .City Council ousts developers amid Boulder Junction lawsuit
Two Boulder Junction developers and property owners who sued the city last week for more than $1 million have been removed from their positions on City Council-appointed advisory boards due to what officials deem a conflict of interest. In a suit filed Friday in Boulder County District Court, Scott Pedersen and Jeff Shanahan claim the city owes them money for completed housing and parking projects at Depot Square, a key Boulder Junction parcel they redeveloped.Lafayette leaves door open for Nine Mile Corner appeal
Lafayette City Administrator Gary Klaphake testifies during a hearing over the lawsuit between Lafayette and Erie aimed at Nine Mile Corner at the Boulder County Justice Center last week. Lafayette may appeal a Boulder judge's decision last week dismissing the city's condemnation lawsuit aimed at 22 acres of Erie land, City Administrator Gary Klaphake wrote in an open letter Wednesday morning.Two suspects in Boulder time-share transfer scheme facing dozens of new charges
The two men indicted in an alleged time share scheme that targeted elderly people across the U.S. have had dozens of new charges added to their cases. Kristopher Chavez and Timothy Hatcher were both indicted on two counts of violating the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act as well as numerous other counts in December.Health care's future: Turning patients into savers, shoppers
The idea is that when your money is on the line - and not the insurance company's - you'll look for the best value and do your part to curb national health care spending. The Affordable Care Act's fate is up in the air as President Donald Trump and Congress weigh plans to overhaul the law.18 things to do in Boulder County today, Feb. 22, 2017
In Erika Krouse's best-selling novel, "Contenders," Nina Black is a happy thief and street fighter until her past comes back to haunt her all while she becomes the guardian of an unexpected orphaned niece. Join us as Krouse reads from "Contenders" and discusses the challenges of writing characters who veer from the norm, 7 p.m., Chautauqua Community House, 301 Morning Glory Drive, Boulder; $7-$10; 303-440-7666 or chautauqua.com .Teens Challenge CO's Oil and Gas Regulators On Fracking, Climate Change
Earth Guardians youth director Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, sixteen, is one of six young plaintiffs taking on Colorado's oil and gas industry over the health effects of fracking. On Tuesday afternoon, February 21, in what promises to be an unusually well attended and closely watched session of the otherwise staid Colorado Court of Appeals, attorneys for six underage plaintiffs will be arguing that the state's oil-and-gas regulators should be doing more - a hell of a lot more - to protect Colorado's children from the real and potential ill effects of the fracking industry.Boulder clears way for affordable housing at 185-unit Tantra Lake Apartments
The Boulder City Council on Tuesday cleared the way for the sale of the 185-unit Tantra Lake Apartments complex, which will now be dedicated for low- and middle-income housing. Boulder Housing Partners, the city's housing authority, has a deal in place to buy the complex but needed the City Council's help to facilitate the sale.
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