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Postal Service agrees to destroy remaining misleading mailers that prompted Colorado lawsuit

Postal Service agrees to destroy remaining misleading mailers that prompted Colorado lawsuit

As part of the settlement, the postal service agreed to let the state review any additional information campaigns to prevent voter confusion.
This Week In Longmont: Clean-up, Green-up kickoff coming Saturday and more

This Week In Longmont: Clean-up, Green-up kickoff coming Saturday and more

A recap of news and events happening in Longmont as provided by the city.
Here’s how counties can move between COVID-19 restriction levels

Here’s how counties can move between COVID-19 restriction levels

Where a county falls on the “dial” depends on three factors: percent of positive tests, cases in a two-week period and whether hospitalizations are stable or declining.
Longmont police report Sept. 17, 2020

Longmont police report Sept. 17, 2020

A daily crime report in Longmont.
Longmont Senior Center wants to help community honor those lost to, during COVID

Longmont Senior Center wants to help community honor those lost to, during COVID

Submissions being taken through Sept. 23 for altar Longmont Museum’s Dia de los Muertos exhibit.
El centro para adultos mayores quiere ayudar a la comunidad homenajear a aquellos fallecidos debido a, durante COVID

El centro para adultos mayores quiere ayudar a la comunidad homenajear a aquellos fallecidos debido a, durante COVID

Entregas de artículos para la exhibición del Dia de los Muertos en el museo de Longmont se aceptarán hasta el 23 de septiembre.
After 2-hour confrontation, police arrest man who was threatening people with hatchet

After 2-hour confrontation, police arrest man who was threatening people with hatchet

The man, identified as a transient, was armed with a hatchet and was threatening city employees and contractors conducting Resilient St. Vrain Project work along the St. Vrain Greenway, according to a news release from police.
Longmont Weather Forecast: Smoke returns from west coast

Longmont Weather Forecast: Smoke returns from west coast

Abnormally warm dry weather with smoke increasing at times will continue through Monday followed by a slight cooling and small chances of rain.
City stepping in saved Longmont Housing Authority nearly $200K, per board chair

City stepping in saved Longmont Housing Authority nearly $200K, per board chair

The housing authority in May entered into an intergovernmental agreement with the city. City Manager Harold Dominguez became executive director of the housing authority while several high-ranking city staff members were placed in key positions to help stabilize the agency.
Friday night lights will return this fall after all

Friday night lights will return this fall after all

St.Vrain Valley School District’s high schools will be bringing football and cheer and dance back for fall with practices starting Sept. 24 and games starting Oct. 8