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Jefferson County added two more COVID-19 cases Thursday, Oct. 22, but were able to move five people to the recovered list, giving public health nurses time to catch their breath, according to Department of Public Health Clinic Coordinator Molly Carey.  Read Article

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The City of Boulder is working with an engineering firm to remedy a potential source of contamination of one of the wells used for drinking water.  Read Article

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As Jefferson County residents begin filling out their mail-in ballots, candidates running for the Senate District 38 — incumbent Democrat Edith “Edie” McClafferty and challenger and Republican Jim Buterbaugh—  took the time to answer questions last week during a forum sponsored by The Boulde… Read Article

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Big Rock Fright Nights kicked off Friday at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds and Recreation Park. The White Barn was decked out in fully frightening Halloween style with plenty of activities for children and adults alike, such as pumpkin painting, crafts, bingo and trivia. The fun continues … Read Article

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Jefferson City Community Center (JCCC) President Lee Madison, left, Jefferson City Volunteer Fire Department firefighter Keith Wear, center and JCCC Vice President Dave Cooper are proud of the completed work of erecting a wood rail fence in the back of the JCCC.  Armed with the material dona… Read Article

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North Jefferson County Public Library District is organizing a free open-to-the-public virtual visit with Sherlock Holmes Adventure series author Bonnie MacBird from London on Thursday, Nov. 12 at 10 a.m. To participate, attendees must contact the North JeffCo libraries by phone at 933-5254 … Read Article

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The Jefferson County Mental Health Local Advisory Council is looking for a VISTA worker to help increase access to health and food resources by developing an educational platform to connect families with community resources. Read Article

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Thanks to those who joined last night's great candidate forum for Senate District 38 with Jim Buterbaugh and Edie McClafferty. If you missed the fun but want to catch the replay, follow this link. (You'll need this password: 75Jd+s3&) Read Article

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The process that began during the grieving period following the 2015 announcement that the Montana Development Center would close culminated last month as the City of Boulder sent off its final invoices for the 15 projects that comprised the Boulder Development Fund.  Read Article

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Those in the market for a ghost town need look no further than Jefferson County — provided they have enough money to buy it.  Read Article

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Four years ago, a majority of Montanans voted against spending the small amount of money it would take to rename the office of state auditor to reflect what the position actually does. Now, both Democrat Shane Morigeau and Republican Troy Downing are stressing how important the job is to pro… Read Article

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Jefferson County added 15 new COVID-19 cases in one week, and the Public Health Department is now monitoring 17 active cases with 33 close contacts. Eight new infections were added to the as of Sunday, with three being moved to the recovery list, according to the Public Health Department. Read Article

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Sometimes there’s a misplaced set of headphones that require a quick search, or the internet connection is balky, but generally by 9:30 a.m. the Craft family is online and at school.  Read Article

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With an eye to future reuse and economic development, the Jefferson Local Development Corporation plans to submit two brownfields grant applications for the South Campus of the former Montana Development Center in Boulder.  Read Article

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Daughters of the American Revolution Oro Fino Chapter members are inviting all students in 5th through 8th grade to submit an American history essay titled “The Boston Massacre” to Patty Donoho, American History Chair, by Friday, Dec. 18, at donohopl@yahoo.com as a way to mark the 250th anni… Read Article

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Trees are showing their autumn colors and the Boulder Monitor is inviting amateur photographers to submit their best fall scenery photos for publication in the paper and on the website, as well as the opportunity to win cash prizes. The prizes, $75 for first place, $25 for second and $50 for… Read Article

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Gary Craft shows off the plaque he was presented recently for his 35 years of service with the Boulder Kiwanis Club. The buffet breakfast at the Elkhorn Bistro was accompanied by regional Kiwanis leadership. “I have always wanted, and have served, in the community since Boy Scouts … and it h… Read Article

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The Madison/Jefferson MSU Extension is offering a babysitting training class every Thursday through Nov. 12, 7-8 p.m. The cost is $20 for seven weeks and five scholarships are available.  Read Article

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The future of the Clancy Water and Sewer District’s plan for a test well remains unresolved as Clancy residents both in and out of the district voiced their staunch opposition to the Marks Ranch test site at the September meeting. Read Article

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The Jefferson County Public Health Department expected a September surge in COVID-19 cases — and it has happened, according to Supervisor Pam Hanna.  Read Article

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The Jefferson County Health Board declined to vote publicly on upholding or rescinding an order, issued by the previous health officer, that calls for canceling participation in non-conference games by the county’s two high schools’ athletic teams this fall due to the pandemic.  Read Article

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