One of the many mailers sent out to voters in recent days features a photo of Councilmember Bob Yates with the backdrop of protesters waving Trump flags and storming the nation’s Capitol. The mailer states “Bob Yates was a registered Republican until May of 2022 — 16 months after the January 6th insurrection.” This rare […]
Emma Hall, who has served as county coroner since 2011 and was elected four times, proposed the ballot effort to extend term limits for the county coroner. Since 2020, eight employees have left the coroner’s office, which employs 15 people.
The measure would boost funding for local nonprofits. But opponents say it would limit discretionary spending on other needs, such as homelessness services or another climate or public health emergency.
The most significant change gives the city manager the authority to appoint new members to the 11-member panel. Previously, Boulder City Council appointed members to the panel.
The public hearing generated few fireworks. But the decision by the Boulder City Council to not consider recommended tweaks to the ordinance prompted the resignation of one of the panel’s co-chairs.
Boulder Reporting Lab asked the Boulder Valley school board candidates six questions covering topics from declining enrollment to the presence of school resource officers and the youth mental health crisis. Here’s what they said.
The newest Illegal Pete’s is stepping into the space formerly occupied by Murphy’s South, which closed due to low sales that predated the pandemic.
The Boulder City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing this week on a rewrite of the ordinance that created the watchdog group. One goal of the new law is to help protect the panel from the influence of politics that forced it to temporarily suspend its police misconduct work.
The ballot measure would amend city code to make propane tanks and tents near schools, sidewalks and multi-use paths ‘subject to prioritized removal.’ Its potential passage raises questions about how it would change the city’s encampment policy.
There is a song in Israel that plays on the radio, and when you hear it you instantly know something painful has happened. So said musician Eyal Rivlin on stage at Congregation Har HaShem Wednesday evening during a vigil for Israel, just before launching into the song, One Human Fabric. The lyrics, in Hebrew, spread […]
“What approach would you take to address camping in our parks, on our bike paths and along our waterways?” Explore the responses from all 14 Boulder City Council and mayoral candidates.