In Brief: After morning mist and clouds, we warm up for almost a week with only a small chance...
The increase in carbon naturally leads to an increase in the temperature of the atmosphere. “It is simple physics and if you want to deny physics, try denying gravity,” Dr. Butler quipped. The average global temperature has already increased by 1 to 2 degrees centigrade and, “2/3 of temperature increases has occurred after 1970,” Dr. Butler remarked.
On April 21, 2019, around 12:30 p.m., a 59-year old Longmont female resident fell on a rocky portion approximately 1/3 of a mile from the Rabbit Mountain trailhead.
Brightly colored eggs were strewn all over Roosevelt Park this past Saturday, April 20, morning. A balloon artist, bouncy obstacles, face painting, a puppet show and a craft table of bracelets made with Cheerios were all part of the White Fields Community Church's Easter Egg Hunt and Festival.
Commissioners to accept public testimony on Tuesday, April 23 on proposed Niwot NRCD Land Use Code updates
We're looking for incredible sessions in our startup week. These will be sessions that challenge people at LSW to push past their boundaries and expectations, and help them succeed in their own journey.
CITY COUNCIL AGENDA Tuesday, April 23, 2019 Civic Center350 Kimbark StreetLongmont, CO 80501 7:00 p.m. – City Council Chambers...
Apply for PERL by May 3; Classes begin May 7
In Brief: Today (Monday) is mostly cloudy, cool, with showers at time. We warm slowly with dry weather...
Flamingo Dreams Nitro, it taste like a fruit smoothie, but not too fruity. I imagined it is a beer for someone who does not like beer.
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ADVANCE AGENDA April 23 to May 3 MONDAY, APRIL 22
Art. Senses and the Mind event for pre-K through early elementary philosophers at the Firehouse Art Center--Grey Havens Group
Irrigation and Concrete Work Will Require Temporary Closure