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Nederland Trustees approve bag fee

John Scarffe, Nederland. The Nederland Board of Trustees approved a proposal to reduce the use of bags in Nederland during the regular meeting on Tuesday, May 5. The item was initially ...
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Fourmile residents prepared

     Barbara Lawlor, Boulder County. Veruska Trask tossed and turned, unable to sleep on Friday night. As rain pummeled her windows, the long time Fourmile resident couldn’t help ...
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Side effects of legal marijuana

     Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak. When recreational marijuana became legal in Colorado, communities could only guess at how they would be impacted by the change in their culture. ...
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Learning the easy way

Barbara Lawlor, Gilpin County. The auto crash in front of the Gilpin High School was a grim scene, fraught with the horrific images of injured teens and crumpled metal. But it wasn’t ...
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BoCo begins compost campaign at green boxes

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland. It was an “only in Ned” moment. As residents entered the Boulder County Transfer Station on Ridge Road, bringing in their garbage and recyclables, they ...
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Wayde Scott Hodgson October 11, 1959 – April 9, 2015

Wayde (Scott) Hodgson was born October 11, 1959 in Boulder, Colorado and resided in the beautiful mountains of Gilpin County where he loved to be with his wife Michele (Patti) Hodgson ...
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Over $11,000 raised for earthquake victims

Barbara Lawlor, Nederand. Although everyone in their family lost their homes in last week’s earthquake in Nepal, Resham Gurung and Lok Malla are grateful that their relatives survived ...
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Raising money for the pantry

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland. While Arn Current of the Slopeslide band sang and played the guitar, his parents Chris and Dave Current danced to the familiar sound. Chris is the director ...
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The concrete storm of April 17, 2015

Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak. It was as if the weather gods had dispersed Portland cement into the moisture clouds that slogged over the mountains Thursday morning and spewed sheets ...