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Boulder County reminds recreators masks are required at trailheads, when in contact with others while enjoying open space

Boulder County reminds recreators masks are required at trailheads, when in contact with others while enjoying open space

Face coverings are not necessary when on the trail away from other people, but Boulder County Parks & Open Space in a Thursday news release asked visitors to bring face coverings with them to open space properties and to wear them at trailheads, when passing others and anytime it is not possible to keep a 6-foot distance from anyone who does not live in their household.
Longmont Museum's virtual summer concert series continues today with Clandestine Amigo

Longmont Museum's virtual summer concert series continues today with Clandestine Amigo

The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. and can be accessed from the museum’s Facebook page by clicking on videos. Longmont Public Media also is broadasting the concert series on Comcast channels 8 and 880 and at longmontpublicmedia.org/watch.
Longmont police report: July 1, 2020

Longmont police report: July 1, 2020

A daily crime report in Longmont.
Terrapin Salutes American Labor this Independence Day

Terrapin Salutes American Labor this Independence Day

Cannabis Company Announces Switch to American-Made Packaging
Tangerine Longmont location goes into COVID-caused 'hibernation'

Tangerine Longmont location goes into COVID-caused 'hibernation'

Slower sales combined with the exhaustion of Paycheck Protection Program loan funds prompted the closure. 
Marta Loachamin wins Boulder County commissioner Democratic primary

Marta Loachamin wins Boulder County commissioner Democratic primary

Loachamin, in a Wednesday night news release declaring her victory, said her experience “as a cultural broker, fighting for housing, education, resiliency and economic mobility for over 20 years” would inform her work for Boulder County.
Update 11am 7/3: Longmont Weather Forecast 7/1-3/2020

Update 11am 7/3: Longmont Weather Forecast 7/1-3/2020

A big ridge aloft will settle in for a long stretch of summer while moisture in the lower atmosphere will allow daily thunderstorms to roll by every afternoon (mostly).
Polis visits Longmont farm Wednesday to sign cage-free egg legislation

Polis visits Longmont farm Wednesday to sign cage-free egg legislation

The bill expands on the floor space requirements for raising egg-laying fowl. It also restricts the sale of shell eggs or egg products that were not raised in compliance with the new mandates. It is estimated the legislation will improve the living conditions of approximately 6 million hens in Colorado. 
With funding options impacted by COVID, Longmont mental health resource ceases services

With funding options impacted by COVID, Longmont mental health resource ceases services

Financial support for Supporting Action for Mental Health — also known as SAM —  has dried up just as the organization embarked on an effort to tap community groups and businesses to help fight suicide, said project coordinator John Kellow.
City Council approves closing lanes of Main Street in effort to boost COVID-bit businesses

City Council approves closing lanes of Main Street in effort to boost COVID-bit businesses

The closures will begin later this month and extend to September. City officials said if the closures are not bringing more foot traffic into shops and restaurants after 30 days, they can pull traffic-control barricades and return Main Street to normal.