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Active Parenting Classes at Boulder Elementary School, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Nov. 7, 14 and 21. A proven program that encourages cooperation, communication, responsibility, courage and self-esteem at a time when the parent is most influential in a child’s life. There is no cost to attend th… Read Article

JeffCo Geographic
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Some 70 million years ago the magma of the Boulder Batholith rapidly cooled underground. The rapid cooling in conjunction with high water content resulted in fractures which formed pathways for water to carry metals in a solution throughout chunks of a block of igneous rock 70 by 40 miles in… Read Article

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The Whitehall Farmers Market is Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Oct. 12 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Legion Street Park. Visit booths featuring homemade products, baked goods and jams, and artisans’ works. For more information call 406-287-2260. Read Article

Hiking Jefferson County
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Whoever said, “You can’t squeeze water from a stone,” never struck the sweet spot southwest of Basin that cracked the cleft of Sullivan Gulch. One of few creeks in the Boulder area that retains a population of westslope cutthroat trout, Sullivan Gulch cradles a history in its upper reaches f… Read Article

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

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