Counseling Corner
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So what does the typical school morning look like in your house? Quiet conversation over a leisurely breakfast, everyone dressed and ready to depart on time, all their books, papers and lunch neatly packed and ready to go? No? Not quite? More like a minor riot with lots of stress? If so, it’… Read Article

Hiking Jefferson County
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I admit it, I am hungry. I’m a glutton for mountain summits, for ranges that sling rough-hewn anatomies across valleys that dare to bear them. But deep down I crave the strong, silent type. Haystack Mountain, the highest point in the Boulder Mountains, slakes all appetites. Read Article

The Volunteer Gap
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Across rural America, public safety volunteers are in decline. Their dwindling ranks are determining how fires are fought and how emergency medical care is provided. Rural communities that have long relied heavily on volunteers for these services are struggling to fill the gap. Read Article

Hiking Jefferson County
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There is a piece of wisdom shared by every elk and mule deer between Boulder and Galena Gulch, where animal survival meets hiker’s sense: Every gulch that funnels water down to the Boulder River also cleaves passage up toward Doe Ridge. Read Article

Hiking Jefferson County
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Few people scout the ridgelines around Boulder looking for fire. But in the foothills of the Elkhorn Mountains, Rawhide Creek lures you up a sun-flecked draw past the outcrops of an ancient subterranean inferno. Read Article

The Volunteer Gap
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The effort to plan the spending of a half-million dollars that could shape Boulder’s future met a huge milestone in June, when a deadline was met to allocate the Boulder Development Fund — provided by the state following the closure of the Montana Developmental Center — to 15 carefully vette… Read Article

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