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City council supports the denial of emergency COVID funds to counties refusing to cooperate with state mandates

City council supports the denial of emergency COVID funds to counties refusing to cooperate with state mandates

The resolution - which faces formal vote of the city council next week - also asks that neighboring communities including Loveland and Fort Collins also admonish Weld County to follow COVID-19 mandates.
Weld County sheriff, ACLU reach resolution over class action suit filed over COVID concerns at jail

Weld County sheriff, ACLU reach resolution over class action suit filed over COVID concerns at jail

The proposed consent decree resolves a lawsuit filed in April by the ACLU over Sheriff Steve Reams’ failure to take adequate measures to protect people in his jail from COVID-19, according to a Tuesday news release from the ACLU of Colorado.
Fauci, Polis warn of coronavirus surge in Colorado, elsewhere

Fauci, Polis warn of coronavirus surge in Colorado, elsewhere

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the White House's coronavirus task force, warned during a virtual news conference that Colorado is not alone in seeing a spike in cases and pleaded with people not to travel or gather in large groups.
CU Boulder struggles to enroll low-income students. That has consequences for Coloradans’ social mobility

CU Boulder struggles to enroll low-income students. That has consequences for Coloradans’ social mobility

In a state where two out of five public school students are considered low-income, CU Boulder’s record raises questions about whether it is fulfilling its mission to educate Coloradans from all backgrounds, not just the wealthiest students.
Special legislative session could bring relief to struggling child care providers, highlights fundamental need for families

Special legislative session could bring relief to struggling child care providers, highlights fundamental need for families

The proposed child care bill seeks to bring relief to a sector that has been heavily impacted by the pandemic by creating two emergency relief grant programs, which has the potential to support efforts already underway in Longmont.
9 new Catholic priests named in Colorado sex abuse report

9 new Catholic priests named in Colorado sex abuse report

The latest report found evidence to back up claims of the abuse of 46 more children by a total of 25 priests in the Denver and Pueblo dioceses. Sixteen of those priests had also been identified as having substantiated claims of abuse in the initial report.
Boulder, Latino Chambers seek input from minority-, veteran- and women-owned businesses on COVID recovery

Boulder, Latino Chambers seek input from minority-, veteran- and women-owned businesses on COVID recovery

Staff and board members of the chambers will listen in to better understand the most effective response strategies to help meet their needs and achieve long-term recovery, said John Tayer, Boulder Chamber president and CEO.
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Longmont police report Nov. 30, 2020

Longmont police report Nov. 30, 2020

A daily crime report in Longmont.
Colorado has gained back thousands of jobs lost early in the pandemic, but construction jobs still lag behind

Colorado has gained back thousands of jobs lost early in the pandemic, but construction jobs still lag behind

The latest report from Colorado’s Department of Labor and Employment shows employers added more than 21,000 nonfarm payroll jobs from September to October.