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FRIENDS Of Broomfield Wins $7K Grant For Jobs Program

BROOMFIELD, CO -- FRIENDS of Broomfield, a day-program and support organization for people with developmental disabilities won a $7,000 grant from First Western Trust-Boulder as part of the #WealthIsAbout grant program. The Boulder-area branch of First Western sought applications from local non-prof

PATCH - 2017-12-16 00:14:29

Broomfield Rents Spiked Over 5 Years: U.S. Census

US Census reports show median rent increased by 28 percent in Broomfield over the past 5 years. The trend is region wide, said an economist. BROOMFIELD, CO -- Gross rent increases in Broomfield over the past five years were among the highest in the nation, the U.S. Census reported. The median gross

PATCH - 2017-12-15 03:59:34

Denver pot shop employees accused of selling more than legally allowed to undercover officers

DENVER - More details were released Friday in a Denver Police operation that targeted several marijuana dispensaries and netted more than a dozen arrests. Police say employees at eight Sweet Leaf dispensaries in the Denver area were selling more than the legal limit of marijuana to undercover office

DENVER CHANNEL - 2017-12-16 00:11:35

Angevine Middle students cook with crickets to showcase alternative protein sources

Students at Lafayette's Angevine Middle School used cricket meal to bake brownies, added crickets to caramel popcorn and made a tofu stir fry, then served them to classmates. Highlighting alternative proteins was the final project for 12 students in Angevine's Community Adventure Program class that

DAILY CAMERA - 2017-12-16 21:00:00

5 Questions with founder of new-age package acceptance service PORCGO

Every holiday season, at least one story is all but guaranteed to make headlines: packages being snatched from front porches by pernicious petty thieves. This year, a couple was spotted in Louisville following a postal truck, nabbing boxes from homes shortly after delivery, and an Erie man was arres

LONGMONT DAILY TIMES-CALL - 2017-12-16 18:29:19

Warm Up With These Ten Fireside Indicas

There's a reason your cousins in the Midwest can pound more Coors Lights than you: For five months out of the year, it's too fucking cold to do anything else in Minnesota, Wisconsin or anywhere else that calls a soft drink "pop" instead of "soda." Luckily for us in Colorado, most of our winter days

WESTWORD - 2017-12-16 13:05:00

Holiday Fayre sees big numbers

The Women's International Niwot Club (WINC) held the seventh-annual Holiday Fayre at the Left Hand Grange earlier this month. According to WINC president Deborah Fowler, 541 people stopped by the Fayre and contributed to the record bake sale for the event that raised $1,400. Santa and Mrs. Claus sto

LHVC.COM - 2017-12-16 18:00:00

Merrily Mazza: Light caused no harm

In regard to the article " David Paul pleads not guilty in case of beaming light onto Boulder courthouse," the light projection on Nov. 7 was a peaceful protest against drilling in Boulder County. The Boulder County Courthouse remains unscathed. Unlike the oil and gas industry: No property was damag

DAILY CAMERA - 2017-12-16 23:30:18

Sullivan Teen Injured in Crash

A Sullivan teen was injured in a one-car crash Nov. 30. Brianna N. Lawrence, Sullivan, was driving a 1994 Ford Taurus northbound on Route JJ, south of Lollar Branch Road, when her vehicle traveled off the road and struck a tree at 10:55 a.m., according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol preliminary

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN

Tax Hike for Roads, Bridges

Our state senator, Dave Schatz, Sullivan, isn't afraid to put his name on a proposed tax increase. Many state senators and members of the House are too timid to propose and promote any tax hike because they don't want to hurt their re-election chances. It's the "me first" fever that persists in the

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-12-16 23:00:00

CDC: No Bourbon Virus Found in Collected Ticks - More Than 7,000 Tested

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found no signs of Bourbon virus in any of the samples after testing more than 7,000 ticks collected at Meramec State Park. A statement released Wednesday by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) stated just because no virus was found in th

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-12-16 21:00:00

Freitag Files for ECC Board

The first candidate has filed for the East Central College Board of Trustees for the April election. Audrey Freitag, 2114 Highway E, New Haven, filed Tuesday morning, Dec. 12. There are two open seats on the board in Subdistrict 1 and 2. Subdistricts 1 includes the school districts of Crawford Count

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-12-15 17:00:00

Man sentenced to 25 years in 2015 murder of De Smet grad

ST. LOUIS -- The suspect accused of killing a De Smet High School graduate in an attempted carjacking has pleaded guilty. According to court documents, Christopher Grant was sentenced to 25 years this week in the death of Bobby Christman. He was 19 years old when he was killed during a carjacking on

KSDK

Flu outbreak closes elementary school in western St. Charles Co. - KMOV.com

An elementary school in western St. Charles County will be closed Friday due to a flu outbreak. The School District of Washington says Augusta Elementary will be closed Friday due to "high incidents of the flu and flu-like symptoms." The district says the building will be disinfected before Monday.

KMOV - 2017-12-15 05:50:00

Woman charged after stabbing son

An area woman has been charged with several felonies after she allegedly stabbed her young adult son with a pocket knife. Candee Burns, 37, of Potosi, is being charged with a class B felony of assault in the first degree, felony armed criminal action and a class E felony of unlawful use of weapon. A

DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-12-16 12:15:00

UHS Media Center Discussion Set for Monday

With renovations to the high school's library media center slated for discussion at Monday night's meeting of the Union school board, library staff are getting excited about what the future may look like. The renovations to the library media center are among a list of improvements proposed in Union

WASHINGTON MISSOURIAN - 2017-12-16 23:32:00

VBSD to purchase five additional buses

Members of the Van Buren School Board voted Tuesday night to purchase five new buses to continue the district's plan to update its once aging bus fleet. The board will take advantage of an Environmental Protection Agency program to buy the five buses for less than the $375,000 which had been budgete

PRESS ARGUS-COURIER - 2017-12-16 14:00:00

Camp Barnabas receives donation from foundation

Camp Barnabas, with locations in Purdy and Shell Knob, has received a major donation from the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation that will allow 100 campers with special needs and chronic illnesses the opportunity to experience a week at camp. "The gift from the Jordan Spieth Family Foundation is absol

JOPLIN GLOBE - 2017-12-16 04:15:34

State Parks host First Day Hikes to start new year in a healthy way

Hikers from all 50 states will be beginning the new year connecting to the outdoors by taking a healthy hike as part of the First Day Hikes program promoted by America's State Parks. Roaring River State Park and Big Sugar Creek State Park are both hosting hikes this coming New Year's Day. Big Sugar

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2017-12-16 02:44:06

Wheaton community mourns loss of fire chief

Wheaton (MO)- The Wheaton community is mourning the loss of a long-time fire chief. Wheaton Fire Protection District Chief Bob Lombard passed away peacefully this morning at his home surrounded by his family. Lombard proudly served the citizens of the Wheaton Fire Protection District for 62 years. 5

FOURSTATESHOMEPAGE.COM - 2017-12-16 02:57:59