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Fred Wilson; Former Longmont Mayor Remembered by Family and Community as One of a...

Photo credit - MayAnn Wilson Fred Wilson, former Longmont mayor can be remembered fondly in many ways. Wilson...

Longmont Police Report: Feb 15, 2020

 2/14/2020 WELFARE CHECK 2005 On 02/14/2020, Longmont Police Officers were dispatched to a welfare check in the 1600 block of Mt Evans...

The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Reintroduces Bighorn Sheep On Tribal Lands

Kalen Goodluck Feb. 13, 2020 - High Country News The day began early for the crew of scientists, state and...

Banshee Tree at The Museum on Thursday Night

The Longmont Museum’s Thursday Night’s music series starts off with Boulder based Banshee Tree. The band combines acoustic instruments with a diverse blend of electronic dance music, jam, and early jazz.

Longmont Police Report: Feb 13, 14 -2020

2/13/2020 20000011601 200001334 THEFT 04C06 A Longmont, CO resident reported a theft of medication from the 1000 block of Main Street. 

Today's Weather

Celebrate Black History Month with a Special Storytime at the Library

Diversity Storytime features African-American authors and illustrators

Things To Do In Longmont This Weekend: Feb. 14-16

Finding love in Longmont

Public News Service News Roundup Podcast For Feb 14th, 2020

Friday, February 14, 2020   Early voting in Nevada starts this weekend; and concern about bail rules in Philadelphia.

Denver Hosting Hearing On Trump Environmental Review Law

Eric Galatas, Colorado News Connection DENVER -- The White House Council for Environmental Quality is holding one of just...

Public News Service News Roundup Podcast For Feb 13th, 2020

Thursday, February 13, 2020   Sanders' Medicare for All plan could face an uphill battle in Nevada; and facing the nation's history of...

Longmont Police Report: Feb 12, 2020

2/12/2020 200001295 FRAUD 0101 On Wednesday 02/12/2020 at 1103 hours a Longmont Police Officer investigated a forgery and felony eluding which took...

Update 2/16 9pm: Next Storm/Next Snow Forecast Discussion from the Cherrywood Observatory – February...

With hit after hit of snow past us now, we have a quiet and warm (overall) weekend ahead of us. Our next stormy period runs from Monday morning to Wednesday morning when we may pick up an couple inches or a bit more of snow. Then we return to quiet conditions again beyond that!

Boulder County Area Agency on Aging Offers New Diabetes Prevention Program

Information Session about Program to Take Place on Feb. 26
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