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Colorado restaurant owners adopt new economic models to mitigate pay disparities

Colorado restaurant owners adopt new economic models to mitigate pay disparities

Restaurant owners are implementing new models in response to increased minimum wage laws.
City snow plows ready to tackle snow, if it comes

City snow plows ready to tackle snow, if it comes

Snow maybe by the end of the week
Longmont police report: December 5, 2021

Longmont police report: December 5, 2021

A daily crime report in Longmont.
City Council to review efforts to close oil and gas wells

City Council to review efforts to close oil and gas wells

Calwood Fire recovery efforts on agenda
Good morning, Longmont!

Good morning, Longmont!

Here's a look at the current local weather
Colorado supermarket shooting suspect incompetent for trial

Colorado supermarket shooting suspect incompetent for trial

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa deemed incompetent to stand trial
Colorado Plateau Foundation CEO Jim Enote honored for decades of service to Native communities

Colorado Plateau Foundation CEO Jim Enote honored for decades of service to Native communities

The Colorado Plateau Foundation prioritizes efforts to protect water, sacred places and languages and to ensure food security
BEYOND LOCAL: Eating disorders have increased during COVID-19 — here’s how to recognize them and how to help

BEYOND LOCAL: Eating disorders have increased during COVID-19 — here’s how to recognize them and how to help

Those closest to someone who is struggling can be key in recognizing eating disorders
BEYOND LOCAL: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ holiday special: The menorah is still polished and lit, even in diaspora

BEYOND LOCAL: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ holiday special: The menorah is still polished and lit, even in diaspora

In Daniel and Eugene Levy’s new book about their hit TV show ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ the latter writes he hoped the ‘Merry Christmas, Johnny Rose’ episode would reflect his real-life ‘manic insanity about the holiday.’
Congress set aside $800 million to help homeless students. Months later, many schools are still waiting for aid.

Congress set aside $800 million to help homeless students. Months later, many schools are still waiting for aid.

The first $200 million reached states within six weeks, and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona urged state officials to deploy that aid quickly to meet the needs of homeless students.
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