Boulder County successfully completed Risk-Limiting Audit
It's a beautiful Saturday afternoon in downtown Longmont, and like every Saturday for the last three years there is a group of...
Every time I write an opinion piece, I'm supposed to say that even though I'm a member of the Longmont City Council, the things I write don't represent the position of the City of Longmont, or the Council, or anyone at all but me, myself.
Each Saturday, the Longmont Leads with Love group stands on 6th and Main St. and holds a peaceful protest rally.
Nine Democrats who seek to challenge the US Senate seat currently occupied by Senator Cory Garnder met on Sunday, January 26 to discuss their views on Latinx issues.
District Attorney’s Office Conducting “Inquiry” Into OUR Center Complaint Against Two City Council Members
The Boulder County District Attorney's Office is conducting an "inquiry" into the complaint filed by OUR Center Board President Julia Rush against City Councilmembers Joan Peck and Polly Christensen.
John Kelly is a 28-year-old Longmont resident with hopes of winning the Colorado State Senate District 17 seat in November 2020.
On Monday December 16th, Longmont City Clerk Dawn Quintana responded to follow up questions regarding the open records request filed by Longmont resident Regina Cheyney.
On the morning of December 6th, City Clerk Dawn Quintana, whose office processes open records requests, sent an email to a number of interested parties to detail the process that would be used to respond to Cheyney's request.
An unusually contentious and heated City Council meeting opened with a lengthy discussion of the on-going question of whether Council Members Polly Christensen and Joan Peck engaged in improper or possibly criminal behavior.