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The Boulder Circuit Breakers -- eighth-grader Kael Hesford, sixth-graders Kaylee Bridgewater and Lane Phillips, and fifth-graders Gavin Phillips and Kale Strozewski -- spent part of Sunday evening at Boulder Community Library preparing for the First Lego League Tournament that takes place at… Read Article

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Plans to redevelop the MDC campus are still in limbo. The Cowboy Hall of Fame didn’t happen. But lots did. A look back at the moments, good and otherwise, that shaped 2019 in Jefferson County.  Read Article

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Boulder and Bull Mountain Volunteer Fire Departments responded Dec. 20 to their annual tradition of delivering Christmas cheer to students at Basin and Boulder Elementary schools. They also visited city and county offices along the way. Read Article

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Boulder United Methodist Church members, preparing for their holiday bake sale, set up an assembly line for apple pies at Fellowship Hall Dec. 1. Read Article

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Drama students performed “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the south gym at Jefferson High. Read Article

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Boulder and Whitehall this past weekend both kicked off four nights of pre-Halloween fun for kids and families: “Big Rock Fright Nights” at the Jefferson County fairgrounds in Boulder, and “Screams Come True” at the Whitehall Community Center. There is still one more weekend to attend both e… Read Article

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Sixty-eight dogs and cats were spayed or neutered during a clinic held by Animal Shelter and Care Committee (AS&CC) inside the Jefferson High south gym Saturday, Oct. 19. Read Article

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 On June 21, 2019 Brittany Rae Powley left this world to be in everlasting peace after many years of battling depression and multiple health issues. Read Article

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Hundreds of people donned their best fairy wings and wizard hats on June 29 for the annual Fairy and Wizard Festival at Tizer Gardens and Arboretum in Jefferson City. Leprechauns, magicians and mystics of all kinds joined in the fun, which included musicians, magicians, exotic animals and a parade. Read Article

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The Culpepper and Merriweather Circus stopped in Boulder on June 27 for shows at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. About 400 to 500 people attended, raising an estimated $700 for the Boulder-Bull Mountain Volunteer Fire Departments, said Jefferson County Event Coordinator Bruce Binkowski. The circus was … Read Article

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At Smith Ranch south of Boulder on April 2, the birth of twins to one cow was an opportunity to provide a calf to another that had lost its own to a death due to unknown causes. Ranch owner Paul “Brud” Smith and ranch employee JD Cruson spent a few hours that morning transferring one of the … Read Article