Publisher's note
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For 112 years, The Boulder Monitor has provided Jefferson County with local news, features, and perspective — every week, once a week. Read Article

Publisher's Note
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In any given issue of The Monitor, you most likely will not read about traffic stops for drunk driving or drug-related arrests. You probably won’t see reports on home burglaries or auto thefts, or stories on domestic assault or disturbing the peace. All of these happen in Jefferson County, o… Read Article

Publisher’s Note
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We are becoming a nation of people who don’t talk to each other. A survey last October by the Pew Research Center found that 53% of Americans say talking about politics with people they disagree with is “stressful and frustrating.” That’s up from 46% in a similar survey two years earlier. Read Article

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A few weeks ago, I became a card-carrying member of the Boulder Fitness Club. Well, no: There are no cards, really. But there certainly is a fitness club, in a former dance and gymnastic studio tucked behind The Gift Box in downtown Boulder. It offers a circuit of hydraulic resistance equipm… Read Article

Publisher’s Note
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It’s been a month since we bought The Boulder Monitor. In that time, we have taken a crash course in newspaper publishing; with a lot of help from Jan Anderson, we’ve managed to get five issues out our door and into your mailboxes. You may have noticed that we’ve already made a few changes t… Read Article

From the Publisher
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You’ll notice some changes in this issue of the Boulder Monitor. The most notable: For the first time since March, 2002, Jan Anderson’s byline does not appear in the paper. That’s because Jan and her husband David have sold the Monitor to me and my wife, Jackie Dyer. We will publish the Moni… Read Article

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