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Longmont Economic Development Partnership elects new board members

Longmont Economic Development Partnership elects new board members

NEWS RELEASE LONGMONT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP ************************* The Longmont Economic Development Partnership (EDP) Board of Directors has elected two new and four incumbent directors to two-year terms that will begin January 1, 2021
Longmont police report Nov. 25 and 26, 2020

Longmont police report Nov. 25 and 26, 2020

A daily crime report in Longmont.
Tax relief for Colorado bars, restaurants ordered by Gov. Polis

Tax relief for Colorado bars, restaurants ordered by Gov. Polis

Polis’ order directs the state Department of Revenue to defer the 2.9% monthly sales tax due to the state up to $70,000 — $2,030 — in revenue for qualifying bars, restaurants and food trucks.
Project Greatest Gift aims to brighten holiday season for children in kinship care

Project Greatest Gift aims to brighten holiday season for children in kinship care

Kinship care is used to describe when children are placed with relatives or a significant figure in their lives instead of foster care when it is not safe for them to stay in their homes or with their parents, said Christine Appel, project manager for Project Greatest Gift. 
Talk on Tuesday to dive into scarcity of affordable housing in Longmont, beyond

Talk on Tuesday to dive into scarcity of affordable housing in Longmont, beyond

The panel discussion from noon to 2 p.m. Tuesday featuring staff from HOPE for Longmont, The Inn Between and The Reentry Initiative aims to "break open the issue."
Doing your holiday shopping online? Here are 10 tips for avoiding scams

Doing your holiday shopping online? Here are 10 tips for avoiding scams

Want to shop smart and spot scams? Here are some clues to watch for.
Outside: Pandemic protocols and powder fever could fuel bump In backcountry numbers

Outside: Pandemic protocols and powder fever could fuel bump In backcountry numbers

“Given what we saw last spring, we are expecting more people in the backcountry than we’ve seen in previous years,” said Brian Lazar, an avalanche forecaster with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. 
Commercial energy efficiency projects bring Longmont closer to sustainable goals

Commercial energy efficiency projects bring Longmont closer to sustainable goals

Energy saved could power almost 650 homes for a year
COVID complicates things, but it can't cancel visits with Santa. They just might look different this year

COVID complicates things, but it can't cancel visits with Santa. They just might look different this year

Children everywhere are excited to see Santa during the holidays. While that will look different this year, Santa has come up with several ways to visit during the pandemic.
Two local athletes keep on mastering the art of ninja-style competitions

Two local athletes keep on mastering the art of ninja-style competitions

Anabella Heinrichs and Anika Pivetta, both 16, work out at the Warrior Playground in Longmont and are now are competing professionally.