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Public health department presenting industry support session as Boulder County moves to more stringent COVID restrictions

Public health department presenting industry support session as Boulder County moves to more stringent COVID restrictions

Businesses are invited to attend the virtual event to learn more about the change that was announced Wednesday and will result in more stringent COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings and business capacity
From 80 to 8 degrees: What winter weather might mean for Longmont restaurants?

From 80 to 8 degrees: What winter weather might mean for Longmont restaurants?

“It seems that our quantity of customers is the same as the temperature. 80 degrees 80 customers, 8 degrees (eight) customers. Winter is here, but the tavern may not be for much longer,” the West Side Tavern stated in a recent Facebook post.
De 80 a 8 grados: Lo que el invierno se puede significar para los restaurantes

De 80 a 8 grados: Lo que el invierno se puede significar para los restaurantes

“Parece que la cantidad de nuestros clientes es la misma que la temperatura. 80 grados 80 clientes, 8 grados 8 clientes. El invierno está aquí, pero la taverna puede que no esté aquí por mucho más tiempo,” expresaron en un post de Facebook reciente.
El Condado de Boulder implementará restricciones más estrictas debido a COVID empezando el viernes

El Condado de Boulder implementará restricciones más estrictas debido a COVID empezando el viernes

El cambio implica limitaciones más estrictas para negocios y reuniones en persona, incluyendo aquellos que no se llevan a cabo en espacios públicos.
Boulder County moving to more stringent COVID restrictions on Friday

Boulder County moving to more stringent COVID restrictions on Friday

The change means further limits on businesses and in-person gatherings, including those not held in public spaces. 
Get to know Longmont’s newest pick me up stop: Cuppa House Coffee & Tea

Get to know Longmont’s newest pick me up stop: Cuppa House Coffee & Tea

Located just off 11th Avenue and Francis Street, one of Longmont’s newest small businesses offers more than just lattes, coffee, and blended drinks. It specializes in Boba and milk teas, which are not always easy to find. 
What's for lunch? New restaurant opens in the former Jonny’s of Longmont space

What's for lunch? New restaurant opens in the former Jonny’s of Longmont space

 A Thai Sticky Rice will serve a range of expected Thai dishes such as noodles, curries, stir-fries and fried rice. There also are some specialties such as a spicy papaya salad and a take on coconut milk soup.
Winner of $300 Alfalfa's Market gift card plans to pay it forward

Winner of $300 Alfalfa's Market gift card plans to pay it forward

Debby Telfer, a computer science programming and web development teacher in Skyline High School’s Pathways in Technology  Early College High, or PTECH, program, said she hopes to be able to give something to her students for Thanksgiving.
Longmont Local: High Altitude Archery on point for spreading love of sport

Longmont Local: High Altitude Archery on point for spreading love of sport

The converted 16,000-square-foot warehouse on Weaver Road houses 54 target lanes, classroom space and a pro shop with repair and bow-tuning services. There, archery hobbyists and professionals can enjoy the sport, practice their skills and engage in competitions.
This local farm is cultivating both food and energy

This local farm is cultivating both food and energy

Located about a mile southeast of Longmont’s Oskar Blues, Jack’s Solar Garden will produce enough power for over 300 homes in Boulder County.