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Longmont police report: July 10, 2020

Longmont police report: July 10, 2020

A daily crime report in Longmont.
Work never stops for a heatwave

Work never stops for a heatwave

A recent heatwave and the continuing threat of the coronavirus might have slowed down businesses all over Longmont but it hasn’t stopped them.
Police: Man shot Friday by Longmont officers in stable condition

Police: Man shot Friday by Longmont officers in stable condition

The man was in stable condition after having surgery at Medical Center of the Rockies, according to police spokesman.
St. Vrain Valley superintendent stresses masks part of plan for coming school year

St. Vrain Valley superintendent stresses masks part of plan for coming school year

“I want to make this point very clear, that masks will be worn by students all through pre-kindergarten through 12th grade, “ St. Vrain Valley School District Superintendent Don Haddad said during a video session with the board on Wednesday. 
This Week in Longmont July 10, 220

This Week in Longmont July 10, 220

A recap of this week's news and events from the city of Longmont.
Sheriff's office enacts increased fire restrictions for western Boulder County

Sheriff's office enacts increased fire restrictions for western Boulder County

The increased fire restrictions are being implemented due to increasing fire danger, lack of moisture and the forecast for hot temperatures.
High school marching band 2020 competition season canceled in response to COVID

High school marching band 2020 competition season canceled in response to COVID

Despite the 2020 competitive season being canceled, the association stressed this is not the end of music programs for the coming school year: “(The decision) certainly is not a death knell for instrumental music. This will provide an opportunity for all of us to seek new ideas, activities, instructional processes that will enhance the growth of instrumental music education.”
Firehouse Art Center launches virtual classes for kids, adults

Firehouse Art Center launches virtual classes for kids, adults

Classes will be conducted via Zoom.
Longmont police report: July 9, 2020

Longmont police report: July 9, 2020

A daily crime report in Longmont.
Longmont nonprofit HOPE launches state's first 'safe lots' program

Longmont nonprofit HOPE launches state's first 'safe lots' program

Executive Director Joseph Zanovitch and the HOPE team, using $100,000 in grants, developed the safe lots approach based on similar programs in California and Seattle. Zanovitch expects to formally unveil the Longmont version of safe lots next week.