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On June 2, the Boulder Elementary School will bid farewell to 10 graduates — and to Maria Pace, its superintendent and principal since 2012. Pace will become director of special education at the Prickly Pear Cooperative in East Helena.  Read Article

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The City of Boulder faces the possibility of a year and a half review by the state Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) of water rights that would make possible construction of a housing development near Boulder Cemetery. Read Article

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More rodeo could soon be coming to Boulder:  The Jefferson County Rodeo Association last week announced plans to host a new, two-day competition on Independence Day weekend. Read Article

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Last March 12, the Boulder-Basin Senior Center served what would turn out to be its last lunch for more than a year. (For the record, the menu that day featured oven herbed chicken with brown rice, steamed broccoli, garden salad, and fruit medley.) The COVID-19 pandemic had just hit Montana,… Read Article

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A retention pond designed to alleviate stormwater runoff will likely not be part of the Town Pump expansion, according to Boulder Mayor Rusty Giulio. Read Article

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The Boulder City Council passed a resolution at its March 15 meeting “enthusiastically” supporting the Montana Highway Patrol moving its operations to the former Montana Development Center campus.  Read Article

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A Helena man plead guilty to assault, a charge that involved a Boulder police officer during a 2019 welfare check in the city.  Read Article

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The Montana Highway Patrol is eying a portion of the former Montana Development Center campus for part of its operation — a move that could bring more than 20 employees to Boulder and assist with the reuse of the facility that has sat vacant since 2018. Read Article

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The Montana Development Center campus in Boulder is now under the ownership of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services - a transfer that removed the land trust designation on the property. 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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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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A site being eyed in Whitehall for the proposed Western Legacy Center earned fewer stars than three of the four proposed sites in Boulder — based on a rating system devised for site selection by contractors conducting the study.  Read Article

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The informational kiosk is nearing completion at Veterans Park in Boulder. Constructed by Kelly Conway, the all metal structure is one of several projects devised through the Boulder Development Fund. The kiosk will include display panels, providing visitors information about what is going o… Read Article

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Armed with face masks, plastic face shields and barriers, Boulder Elementary School students and teachers will return to school this fall under an instructional plan that includes a four-day week with online learning on Fridays for grades 3-8.  Read Article

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For several years, the Boulder Area Chamber of Commerce has faced inconsistent engagement with its members and turnover among its leadership. Some say it has struggled to articulate its mission and strategy.  Read Article

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While there are some activities moving forward as part of the Jefferson County Rodeo, a large portion of the annual event — the Northern Rodeo Association-sanctioned professional competition — was not approved by the county’s health officer. Read Article

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Boulder has two new signs announcing to motorists that they are entering the city via north- and south-bound Highway 69. The signs are the result of a two year process for the Boulder Transition Advisor Committee’s marketing arm, which developed the Boulder brand and logo that is featured on… Read Article

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Drop off your plastics to be recycled while picking up fresh produce and more at the Boulder Farmers Market beginning Thursday.  Read Article

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