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Oskar Blues to become part of the Monster Beverage Corporation family

Oskar Blues to become part of the Monster Beverage Corporation family

The sale is predicted to finalize in Q1 2022
Longmont Local: This local thrift store builds community while teaching job skills

Longmont Local: This local thrift store builds community while teaching job skills

Our focus for the store isn't necessarily to make a big profit with our sales
La Momo Maes Bakery changes hands

La Momo Maes Bakery changes hands

La Momo Maes' new owners took over at the beginning of the year.
Westside Tavern's owner concerned parking removal will impact business

Westside Tavern's owner concerned parking removal will impact business

Owner Wes Isbutt fears the lack of nearby parking may cause his business to go fail after two hard years of dealing with COVID restrictions.
A Boulder County grant allows Longmont business to focus on reducing packaging waste

A Boulder County grant allows Longmont business to focus on reducing packaging waste

Future Fit Foods, a Longmont startup focused on easy nutritional meals
Longmont Local: Three generations have put personal spin on local gift giving

Longmont Local: Three generations have put personal spin on local gift giving

Longmont Florist has stayed in the Golter family for more than 50 years.
Local coffee roasters find Traction, Forge ahead

Local coffee roasters find Traction, Forge ahead

Longmont’s Traction Coffee wants to produce high-quality coffee without the pretension, according to co-owners Mike Murfitt and Shawn Neer, who said they just want to make excellent coffee for excellent people in Longmont and around the world.
Who knew gift giving could include whiskey?

Who knew gift giving could include whiskey?

“It’s amazing how whiskey motivated guys to go shopping,” Wroe said.
Proposed Nebraska mine might produce more rare elements

Proposed Nebraska mine might produce more rare elements

NioCorp is based in Centennial, Colorado.
Dee-Oh-Gee is bringing a community feel to local pet supplies

Dee-Oh-Gee is bringing a community feel to local pet supplies

Located at 110 Emery Street behind the South Main Station apartments, owner Rachel Shannon wants Dee-Oh-Gee to be the one-stop-shop for cat and dog owners in Longmont.