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No one hurt in in Friday morning fire at O’Reilly Auto Parts

No one hurt in in Friday morning fire at O’Reilly Auto Parts

No customers were in the store at the time of the fire, Patrick Kramer, Longmont Fire Services public information officer and firefighter engineer said. Store management did not comment on the fire and did not say if any employees were in the store when the fire started. 
SVVSD Mobile Innovation Lab hitting the road to bring STEM lessons to elementary schools

SVVSD Mobile Innovation Lab hitting the road to bring STEM lessons to elementary schools

The lab visited Longmont Estates Elementary this morning and will head to Timberline PK-8 from 1 to 3 p.m. today. The stops are just two of those planned over the next three months at all of the district’s elementary schools.
This Week in Longmont: Virtual Coffee with Council, summer jobs for teens and more

This Week in Longmont: Virtual Coffee with Council, summer jobs for teens and more

A recap of news and events happening in Longmont as provided by the city.
Economist: Region, state should rebound from COVID impacts later this year

Economist: Region, state should rebound from COVID impacts later this year

 “We will get through this … It is going to feel oh so much better by the middle of the year. We are going to be able to get out and about, to get out there to see some of our businesses opening up again and once more, growing within our region.”
Transportation battle looms at Colorado Capitol

Transportation battle looms at Colorado Capitol

Proposal could involve new fees on gas purchases, ride-sharing apps and delivery services
Longmont police report Feb. 25, 2021

Longmont police report Feb. 25, 2021

A daily crime report in Longmont.
Small art, big dreams: Square Foot art show opens today at Inspiration Gallery

Small art, big dreams: Square Foot art show opens today at Inspiration Gallery

An opening reception for the show, which as the name implies features works that can fit in a 12-by-12-inch space, is from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the gallery, which last year took up residence in the Longmont Downtown Development Authority’s offices at 320 Main St. 
This year’s state test results will be tough to make sense of, experts warn

This year’s state test results will be tough to make sense of, experts warn

This year there’s a good chance a big chunk of students will opt out of the exams, among other potential changes. Experts say that means the tests likely won’t be able to offer the kind of complete or comparable data policymakers rely on in a typical year. 
Game-changing one-dose vaccine could be in states’ hands shortly

Game-changing one-dose vaccine could be in states’ hands shortly

Johnson & Johnson vaccine shows 72% efficacy rate in the U.S.
Public Health Career Pathways launched by state

Public Health Career Pathways launched by state

Three pathways within the public health field were developed — public health, environmental health, and administration -- and together they encompass more than 100 occupations within the field including entry- to advanced-level positions.