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This week on Inside Boulder News: It used to be a car lot, but now it’s the latest part of the Boulder Junction. Slackliners are now allowed at some Boulder parks. And Boulder police are reminding drivers to “Move Over.”
This week on Inside Boulder News: Boulder protects nesting birds of prey. Animal control reunites a beloved pet with his person. And we talk electricity with CU Boulder.
This week on Inside Boulder News: We take a look at the Civic Area construction site, using the city's new live-stream. Citizens' Fire Academy is looking for a few good firefighters. And need a “Lyft?” Door to Downtown has you covered this Valentine’s Day.
This week on Inside Boulder News: The Boulder Public Library introduces us to “the art of repair." Mountain lions relax in Boulder backyards. And the city is busy making beehives to help our precious pollinators.
This week on Inside Boulder News: The city celebrates the new and improved Diagonal Highway. Go Boulder kicks off "Winter Walk and Bike Week." And residents are reminded to keep the lid on their trash for the safety of our Boulder bears.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Winter returns, just in time for ski season. We check-in with Eldora Mountain Resort. The city continues to protect its tree canopy from the Emerald Ash Borer Beetle. And Boulder is celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a series of community events.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Not sure what to do with your holiday decorations? We’ll show you how to "go green." A local non-profit is helping young musicians find their voice. And we talk to the artist who turned an old bridge into a work of art.
This week on Inside Boulder News: We take a look back at some of our favorite stories from 2016.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Firefighters race across town, without ever leaving the safety of the station. Trees -- and people -- get a second chance. And Boulder is setting a course to save energy and reduce harmful emissions.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Winter Skate returns to Boulder. Police officers bring gifts to kids stuck in the hospital for the holidays. And Boulder tops the list for best seasonal brews.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Robots take over the public library, kicking off a week-long celebration of science and technology. Boulder PD is starting a community engagement panel. And Santa’s little helpers are the city’s newest officers.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Need a "Lyft" downtown? The City is helping holiday shoppers. Open Space and Mountain Parks invent new ways to get people outside. And "Snow Much Fun" returns to Central Park.
This week on Inside Boulder News: A new state-of-the-art museum breaks ground. Parks and Recreation launch their new software system. And we’re light on snow, but not on optimism. We check in with Eldora Mountain Resort to bring you the latest from the slopes.
This week on Inside Boulder News: The votes are in and the 2016 election is over. We’ll recap the local races. New “quiet zones” will keep trains from sounding their horns. And the Boulder Star is ready to light up the night sky, honoring our veterans this holiday season.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Hundreds of affordable housing units have been renovated and are ready for residents. An innovative program is using trees to pull people out of homelessness. And Election Day is looming. We’ll show you how to get your ballot turned in on time.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Boulder’s Public Library is Colorado’s 2016 Library of the Year. "Masquerading Munchkins" are taking-over the Pearl Street Mall. And Boulder researchers are turning beer into batteries.
This week on Inside Boulder News: If disaster hits, would you know what to do? The City of Boulder kicks off resilience training. A 26-foot animated tumbleweed rolls into town. And don’t look down! A man on a wire crosses Eldorado Canyon, hundreds of feet in the air.
This week on Inside Boulder News: A city employee is blazing trails and inspiring others to reach new heights. The election is only a few weeks away, we’ll show you how to check your registration. We’ll take a quick look at the 2017 proposed budget. And more than a century later, a war veteran is recognized for his service.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Drones are taking video to new heights, what drone operators need to know before lift-off. The already-popular Boulder Farmer's Market is one step closer to being open year-around. And Friday Film Social is heating up! We'll check out upcoming movies you can watch for FREE at the Boulder Public Library's Canyon Theater.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Summer ends with a splash as a Boulder pool goes to the dogs. The city takes a significant step towards creating its own electric utility. And it's Boulder's first "Bus to Work Day," encouraging commuters to ride, relax, and repeat.
This week on Inside Boulder News: Popular hiking trails are getting a much-needed makeover. CU students suit-up and spend the day with Boulder's first-responders. And we take a trip back in time to unearth the secrets of an Egyptian city.
This week on Inside Boulder News: United Way Day of Caring; campfire ban; North Boulder Celebrates and neighborhood enhancement grant; Nefertiti's City Egyptian exhibit; solar installation at Boulder Nissan
This week on Inside Boulder News: New composting facility gives businesses options as they work to comply with new zero waste requirements; the Dairy Arts Center looks brand new after a significant renovation; and the Boulder Barrel Project ends with an auction to benefit local non-profits.
This week on Inside Boulder News: The city unveils the 2017 recommended budget complete with a new tool to help you participate in spending decisions; ash trees impacted by invasive beetles are put to good use; and there's a new way to show your support for Boulder's libraries.