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Scrambler rescued after getting stuck while exploring rock formations in Colorado

A climber was rescued on Sunday morning after getting stuck while attempting to scramble up the Fern Canyon Slabs, near Boulder, according to a news release from the Boulder County Sheriff's Office. Scrambling is typically a combination of unroped hiking and climbing that occurs on easy to steep grades. "The 21-year-old male, from Arvada, was hiking with friends when they decided to attempt to scramble up part of the Fern...
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2022 Community Trust Grant opens applications to local nonprofit organizations this summer

The Community Trust is a grantmaking fund created by the Community Foundation Boulder County to help local nonprofit organizations continue to provide Boulder residents with the resources, activities and services they need. “We provide funding and create connections between community-minded nonprofits and the resources they need. Together, we’re a community...
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Fatigued climber rescued after getting stuck on the Second Flatiron

A free solo climber who got stuck on the Second Flatiron near Boulder was rescued Saturday afternoon. At 12:56 p.m. the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office got a report of the stranded climber, according to a news release from the office. A City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks...
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Opinion: Jim Martin: Colorado cities show Congress how to pass gun reforms

Don’t be fooled by the latest maneuvers by Congress on Friday to tighten gun control because it failed to address the real problems. Fortunately, there’s grassroots action taking place: Colorado municipalities have quickly proven that they will take gun-control matters into their own hands. They’re tired of waiting...
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Marshall Fire: Six months later, still no update on possible cause

Six months after the Marshall Fire swept through eastern Boulder County and destroyed more than 1,000 homes, investigators have yet to identify the cause of the fire. The fire started near Marshall Road and Colo. 93 on Dec. 30 before burning 6,000 acres through open space and Superior and Louisville.
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Letters to the editor: Vote for Pam Anderson; Sierra Club endorses Stolzmann; informed consent for parents; consider who voted on gun laws

Joel McCormack: Election: Anderson is a good Secretary of State choice. If you are registered Republican or unaffiliated, you can vote in the Republican primary, and vote for candidates who have repudiated Donald Trump’s lies about election fraud. As the Jan. 6 hearings have made clear, the Trump campaign...
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Lafayette adopts new gun laws

New gun laws in Lafayette will go into effect on Friday, July 1. The ordinances were passed as part of a concerted effort among some municipalities in Boulder County to enact similar rules within their limits.
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Commentary: Marta Loachamin: County Commissioner candidate Elaina Shively gets results

I hope you will join me in supporting Elaina Shively for Boulder County Commissioner. As an elected official who knows this job and has been working at the courthouse, virtually, in a pandemic, during the Marshall Fire and prepping for another budget season and distribution of American Rescue Plan Act funding — I have a direct insight into what our 2,300 employees need and what projects will need support from our leadership team.
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