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Emergency repairs construction starting on Weld County Road 34 Bridge

Emergency repairs construction starting on Weld County Road 34 Bridge

The repairs are expected to be completed during the week of Oct. 16
Longmont’s Day of the Dead celebrations kick of next weekend

Longmont’s Day of the Dead celebrations kick of next weekend

Museum, Firehouse offer downtown family event and exhibits for all to enjoy
Colorado Treasury launches bond investor transparency website

Colorado Treasury launches bond investor transparency website

New investor website www.stateofcoloradobonds.com will be used to attract more bond buyers for the State’s bonds starting in Oct. 2022.
St. Vrain Valley Schools hosts annual musical instrument drive

St. Vrain Valley Schools hosts annual musical instrument drive

Members of the community are invited to donate gently used instruments to St. Vrain Valley Schools’ music program and receive a donation receipt from the St. Vrain Valley Schools Education Foundation.
Governor Polis announces CPW’s discovery of greenback trout

Governor Polis announces CPW’s discovery of greenback trout

Greenback trout was once considered extinct
Secretary of State’s Office adopts new campaign finance rules

Secretary of State’s Office adopts new campaign finance rules

The Colorado Secretary of State’s Office is adopting permanent rule revisions to the Colorado Department of State Campaign & Political Finance Rules.
Boulder County Sheriff’s Office appoints new undersheriff

Boulder County Sheriff’s Office appoints new undersheriff

Current undersheriff retires after 34 years of service
Longmont police report: Sept. 26, 2022

Longmont police report: Sept. 26, 2022

A daily crime report in Longmont
Car passenger faces charges in early morning shooting

Car passenger faces charges in early morning shooting

Suspect had prior record
Broomfield student wins Colorado ‘I Voted’ digital sticker design contest

Broomfield student wins Colorado ‘I Voted’ digital sticker design contest

Broomfield student and aspiring artist Matt Hernandez, 18, was shell-shocked this week to win the first-ever statewide “I Voted” digital sticker design contest.