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As it salutes local businesses in time of pandemic, this year's Longmont Chamber Jubilee comes with a box full of joy

As it salutes local businesses in time of pandemic, this year's Longmont Chamber Jubilee comes with a box full of joy

“We decided to make a pretty big strategic shift in the design of this event to kind of make it, COVID-proof,” said Karen Stallard, the Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce’s membership director.
Mayor steps away from ordinance seeking to deny Longmont hospital care to Weld residents

Mayor steps away from ordinance seeking to deny Longmont hospital care to Weld residents

“Now that I have succeeded in bringing this issue to light, and now that people are aware of how Weld County’s decisions are affecting people in Longmont, I will not pursue an ordinance or denial of health care,” Bagley stated in the email sent Wednesday evening.
Letter to the editor: Anton Dworak, LUH is here for you

Letter to the editor: Anton Dworak, LUH is here for you

"I want the community to know that consistent with our mission, we care for all patients who need health care."
Old, new and different: What Thanksgiving means to five local multicultural, immigrant families

Old, new and different: What Thanksgiving means to five local multicultural, immigrant families

Traditions vary, but the theme of gratitude pervades
RTD bus schedules for Thanksgiving Day

RTD bus schedules for Thanksgiving Day

RTD will change its operating schedule to a Sunday/Holiday schedule on Thanksgiving Day
Holiday rush at Longmont liquor stores no match for COVID sales spike

Holiday rush at Longmont liquor stores no match for COVID sales spike

New realities are hitting the wine and spirits industry in 2020. Sales are up at stores across the local area but trends are unpredictable and many distributors have experienced shortages. While holidays typically bring a boost in sales, the transactions now occur over a number of days instead of one or two.
New free COVID-19 testing site to offer bilingual, Spanish-language assistance

New free COVID-19 testing site to offer bilingual, Spanish-language assistance

Starting Tuesday, weekly free drive-up nasal swab COVID testing will be offered in the parking lot shared by Lashley Street Station and Clark Centennial Park.
Need a Thanksgiving meal? OUR Center offering food to go, HOPE holding sit-down dinner

Need a Thanksgiving meal? OUR Center offering food to go, HOPE holding sit-down dinner

The OUR Center’s annual meal is a casualty of COVID, but food will be distributed from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday. HOPE will hold an evening meal at 5:30 p.m. at Faithpoint Church.
Colorado’s quarantine quandary: COVID closure policies are under scrutiny as cases rise, districts go remote

Colorado’s quarantine quandary: COVID closure policies are under scrutiny as cases rise, districts go remote

State quarantine rules have been the price students, parents, and teachers paid to hold school in person. Now, as a growing number of school districts move to fully remote learning many superintendents are pointing to widespread quarantines and associated staffing shortages as key factors.
Final Boulder County election results now available online

Final Boulder County election results now available online

Risk-limiting audit and reconciliation are complete and two of three Canvass Board members certified the results. The third board member requested procedure documents and accounting logs, according to the county Elections Division.