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Delayed by COVID, tax day arrives Wednesday

Delayed by COVID, tax day arrives Wednesday

According to Longmont CPA Michael Pharris, if you haven’t gotten started on your federal taxes yet, applying for an extension until Oct. 15 may be the best option.
Man in critical condition after being shot by Longmont police early Friday morning

Man in critical condition after being shot by Longmont police early Friday morning

A 26-year-old man was in critical condition Friday morning after he was shot by Longmont police during a confrontation at an apartment complex parking lot in which he drew a BB gun on officers. The gun looked identical to a handgun, Longmont Police Deputy Chief Jeff Satur said. 
Longmont City Council discusses next steps after climate change report

Longmont City Council discusses next steps after climate change report

The advisory group was formed after council in October voted unanimously to declare a climate emergency.
Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety holding petroleum stakeholders meeting Friday

Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety holding petroleum stakeholders meeting Friday

The meeting will be held via Google Meet and questions can be submitted in advance.
Boulder County Elections Division to conduct primary audit, public can view remotely

Boulder County Elections Division to conduct primary audit, public can view remotely

“The risk-limiting audit is a test that helps ensure the accuracy of election results and provides the public with evidence that election outcomes reflect the votes cast by voters on their ballots,” the Elections Division stated in a Thursday news release.
Colorado unveils coronavirus modeling tool for public

Colorado unveils coronavirus modeling tool for public

"The goal is to put into the hands of Coloradans the tools that we use to project where the epidemic may go and to allow people to look and see how what they do can affect the course of the epidemic," said Dr. Jonathan Samet, dean of the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
More than 2,100 Longmont businesses received PPP loans to help retain 10,553 jobs

More than 2,100 Longmont businesses received PPP loans to help retain 10,553 jobs

The local loans are among nearly 4.9 million given nationwide totaling nearly $521.5 billion as of June 30, per the Small Business Administration.
Update 7/11 3PM:  Longmont Weather Forecast 7/10-12/2020

Update 7/11 3PM: Longmont Weather Forecast 7/10-12/2020

A summer ridge is in place bringing the hottest weather we see in Colorado and no rain for a while.
Auction delayed for Leader's parent company

Auction delayed for Leader's parent company

The auction that will determine the fate of McClatchy Co., the nation’s second-largest local news company and owner of The Longmont Leader, has been delayed.
Firehouse Art Center announces Saturday downtown activities, extended artist pop-ups

Firehouse Art Center announces Saturday downtown activities, extended artist pop-ups

The Firehouse Art Center is partnering with downtown businesses to offer creative activities, both as entertainment and as interactive opportunities, during scheduled times on weekends.