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Police Report: July 6, 2017

Police Report: July 6, 2017

Sexual Assult On Thursday, July 6th, 2017, at approximately 6:00 pm, Longmont Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of Sherri Mar Ct. reference a possible sex assault. Police contacted an adult male and adult female. The case is open.
Longmont Weather From The Cherrywood Observatory

Longmont Weather From The Cherrywood Observatory

The Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory Issued: Friday July 7, 2017 by John Ensworth This feature will run as close to daily as possible in this location on the Longmont Observer.
Roger's Grove Area Added to Mosquito Spray List

Roger's Grove Area Added to Mosquito Spray List

Five areas will be sprayed for West Nile mosquitoes on Thursday Post Date: 07/05/2017 8:21 pm In anticipation of large crowds this weekend for Rhythm on the River plus a mosquito trap count that exceeds 100, the City's mosquito contractor will be spr
The Home Front-Roundup of Colorado Newspaper Headlines 7-06-17

The Home Front-Roundup of Colorado Newspaper Headlines 7-06-17

The Home Front: A ‘shift in the wind’ saved Breckenridge from a wildfire, 450 homes evacuated Your week-day roundup of stories from the front pages of newspapers across Colorado Corey Hutchins “A shift in the wind Wednesday afternoon prevented an int
July 4th 2017 "Fireworks"

July 4th 2017 "Fireworks"

Longmont Is Colorado's First Gig City

Longmont Is Colorado's First Gig City

Longmont now Colorado’s first “Gig City” LPC to celebrate citywide spread of NextLight with deals, proclamation Post Date: 07/05/2017 10:00 am LONGMONT, CO – With the NextLight fiber-optic buildout drawing to a close, Longmont is Colorado’s first “Gi
Police Report: July 5, 2017

Police Report: July 5, 2017

Child On Wednesday, July 5, 2017 The Longmont Police Department responded on a child welfare call. Upon arrival, an on-scene investigation and interviews were completed. At this time, charges have not been filed.
City Council: Put Water Rate Rise To A Vote

City Council: Put Water Rate Rise To A Vote

The council decided by a 5-2 vote to put a measure on the November ballot to sell $36.3 million of bonds to finance the Windy Gap Firming Project . Council members Moore, Bagley, Coombs, Santo's and Finely voted for the measure.
The Home Front-Roundup of Colorado Newspaper Headlines 7-05-17

The Home Front-Roundup of Colorado Newspaper Headlines 7-05-17

The Home Front: The latest threat to wildfire containment in Colorado? Drones.
Worried About Your Safety? You Can Keep Your Personal Voter Info Secret In Colorado

Worried About Your Safety? You Can Keep Your Personal Voter Info Secret In Colorado

Corey Hutchins If you’re a voter in Colorado there are some things you should know. Colorado’s secretary of state, Wayne Williams, plans to give publicly available information about you to a federal commission set up by Donald Trump.