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Bin 46 Says its Farewells to Longmont

Bin 46 has been a Longmont restaurant for the past five years.

Longmont Police Report: Jan 17, 2020

1/15/2020 SEX ASSAULT 0204 On Wednesday, 1/15/20, Longmont Police were contacted by Johnstown Police reference an investigation regarding a possible sexual assault...

Longmont Observer Seeks Writers

Each writer will be paid $50 per article.

Update 1/18 11pm: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – January...

The rest of Friday will see wind on into the evening. Gusts may be strong and damaging (we are still under a high wind warning - see yesterday's post of your weather apps). Things calm down and we warm to 5-10F above average for temperatures until a front arrives Wednesday. Some rain and *maybe* some snow is on the way Wednesday/Thursday.

Colorado Eyes Reintroducing Wolves After 25-Year Wyoming, ID Success

Sunday marked 25 years since wolves were reintroduced in Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho, and wildlife advocates are hoping Colorado voters will consider the programs' success when deciding on Initiative 107 on the November ballot.

Today's Weather

Things To Do In Longmont This Weekend: Jan. 17-19

Staying local this weekend?

Longmont Police Report: Jan 16, 2020

1/15/2020 20000003843 200000503 FRAUD 04C06 A Longmont, CO business owner reported business checks were forged and cashed at various locations. There are...

The Quiet Media Revolution In Longmont

When the Longmont Observer responded to a request-for-proposals for control over the city’s public access channels, the team wasn’t sure they’d win.

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

More than 13,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with cervical cancer each year, and more than 4,000 of women will die.

Longmont Police Report: Jan 14 & 15, 2020

1/14/2020 20000003531 200000437 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF 1906 On Tuesday, January 14, 2020, at approximately 0721 hours, Longmont PSTs handled a report of criminal...

Update 1/17 8am: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – January...

Dry and above normal temperatures (normal is 44F for a high and 11F for a low) continue into the middle of next week. A dry cold front will kick up winds and cool us to normal for a day Friday afternoon into Saturday. There is a hint of a snow storm late next week (if it holds together!).

Read for Your Health with the Library’s New Book Group

National Library of Medicine sponsors program with books and suggested titles

In Rural Colorado, The Kids Of Coal Miners Learn To Install Solar Panels

At a picnic table in a dry grass field, a group of elementary school students watched as high school senior Xavier Baty, a broad-shouldered 18-year-old in a camouflage ball cap and scuffed work boots, attached a hand-sized solar panel cell to a small motor connected to a fan.
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