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Colorado State of the State: Polis promises more investment in education

Colorado State of the State: Polis promises more investment in education

In an optimistic State of the Speech address, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis pledged to invest more in education
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> The discovery of insulin: a story of monstrous egos and toxic rivalries

BEYOND LOCAL: The discovery of insulin: a story of monstrous egos and toxic rivalries

According to a recent World Health Organization report, about 9 million people with type 1 diabetes are alive today thanks to insulin
Boulder County working to merge emergency notification system tools

Boulder County working to merge emergency notification system tools

Update scheduled for this year
Longmont police report: Jan. 15, 2022

Longmont police report: Jan. 15, 2022

A daily crime report in Longmont
Longmont musician considers "Seeds We Sow"

Longmont musician considers "Seeds We Sow"

New single "Seeds We Sow" takes lessons from wildfires and the pandemic.
Creative Corner: Dancing transitions is a shared love of fitness for two Longmont women

Creative Corner: Dancing transitions is a shared love of fitness for two Longmont women

The duo strives to keep the class geared toward everyone regardless of age, gender identity, race, culture, etc. and regardless of fitness level.
Good morning, Longmont!

Good morning, Longmont!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
Governors turn to budgets to guard against climate change

Governors turn to budgets to guard against climate change

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and legislative leaders promised increased investments related to wildfires
Boulder County representative to go door-to-door to assess properties damaged by smoke and wind on Dec. 30

Boulder County representative to go door-to-door to assess properties damaged by smoke and wind on Dec. 30

The assessment will include homes not destroyed by the fire
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> As environmental disasters increase, international law must recognize climate refugees

BEYOND LOCAL: As environmental disasters increase, international law must recognize climate refugees

The World Bank estimates that without radical and concerted efforts to slow climate change, 216 million people will be displaced within their own countries by 2050
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