Dr. Feinhandler Returns to the Library to Explain Hindu Nationalism and the Crisis in Kashmir CU and Front Range professor condenses complicated geopolitical topic into understandable concepts
A recent court ruling about faraway American Samoa may have profound implications for a conflict that’s been going on for nearly 200 years: who gets to be an American citizen.
Library Welcomes Author Pam Houston to the Museum Author's latest memoir reflects a uniquely Colorado experience
It is a common scene on many a Saturday morning in cities and towns across the United States to see seventh- and eighth-grade boys and girls, a few not Jewish at all, gather in synagogues and temples to watch a classmate’s bar mitzvah
The Longmont City Council Chamber was full of excited young teens and several very happy looking adults as they all gathered for the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Longmont Sister Cities Association, which is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary this year.
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On Saturday, February 1 the Longmont Museum and the Longmont Symphony Orchestra are teaming up to provide a special presentation on two rare and priceless violins.
1/17/2020 200000547 AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT 15C19 1/17/2020 200000550 THEFT 15C19 1/17/2020 200000551 DOMESTIC INCIDENT 1713 On January...
Tracy Lyn (Hagemann) Cravens, 53, passed away at her Longmont home on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020.
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.