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Boulder District Attorney Warns of New Tax Scams, Surge in IRS Imposter Calls

Boulder District Attorney Warns of New Tax Scams, Surge in IRS Imposter Calls

(Boulder County, Colo.
Boulder County Commissioners' Agenda March 22nd 2018

Boulder County Commissioners' Agenda March 22nd 2018

Meetings are held in the Commissioners' Hearing Room, Downtown Courthouse, 3rd Floor, 1325 Pearl Street, Boulder, Colo . ( map ) unless otherwise noted.
Meet Recently-Appointed District Attorney Michael Dougherty

Meet Recently-Appointed District Attorney Michael Dougherty

This is a Community Interest Announcement from Boulder County. To see our recent interview with DA Michael Dougherty, Click Here.
Opinion: Denver Post Owners Are Not Just Laying Off Employees, They’re Looting The Public Trust

Opinion: Denver Post Owners Are Not Just Laying Off Employees, They’re Looting The Public Trust

This is an opinion piece by a columnist at the Colorado Independent . It does not necessarily represent the opinion of the Longmont Observer. Note: The Longmont Times-Call is owned by the same company as the Denver Post.
"Oh my god" "heartbreaking news': Denver Post Layoffs Hit One-Third Of Newsroom

"Oh my god" "heartbreaking news': Denver Post Layoffs Hit One-Third Of Newsroom

By Corey Hutchins The tremors rippled out of the newsroom around 3:30 Wednesday afternoon. In a staff meeting, the @DenverPost editor just told us that we are cutting 30 positions in the newsroom. There are some sobs in the room.
Legislative Recap: March 2018

Legislative Recap: March 2018

Legislative Recap is an ongoing series of articles focused on actions in the Colorado Legislature that may be of interest to the people of Longmont.

Denver Post Lays Off One-Third Of Newsroom Staff

According to multiple sources, the Denver Post, owned by Digital First Media (the same people who own the Longmont Times-Call, The Boulder Daily Camera, and almost a hundred other local community newspapers ) announced 'layoffs' of thirty employees.
Ken Buck Praises Passage of Bill to Steward Colorado’s Water Resources

Ken Buck Praises Passage of Bill to Steward Colorado’s Water Resources

The following is a news release issued by U.S. Congressman Ken Buck to the Longmont Observer. U.S. Congressman Ken Buck represents Colorado’s 4th Congressional district, which includes Longmont, CO.
Video: Interview With Boulder County's New District Attorney- Michael T. Dougherty

Video: Interview With Boulder County's New District Attorney- Michael T. Dougherty

Longmont has a new D.A.- Michael Dougherty. He stopped by the Longmont Observer offices at TinkerMill and agreed to an impromptu interview with our Publisher, Scott Converse.
Lawmakers — Again — Consider Subjecting Colorado’s Judicial Branch To Open Records Laws

Lawmakers — Again — Consider Subjecting Colorado’s Judicial Branch To Open Records Laws

By Jeff Roberts, Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition For the third consecutive year, a committee of lawmakers discussed whether the administrative records of the state’s judicial branch should be subject to the Colorado Open Records Act.