“We are working and will continue to work this Summer and Winter on repairs in the canyons.” George Gerstle, the Boulder County Director of Transportation says the real extensive construction will be starting this late Fall, Winter but will extend […]
The Longmont Museum and Cultural Center has a special exhibit of the works of Frederic Remington and Charles Russell. These two artists were instrumental in defining the genre of Western Art and popularizing the West in the late 1800’s and […]
Miriam Schiff speaks with State House District 11 Representative Jonathan Singer.
A new program at the Longmont public library aims to educate and inspire middle and high school students to embrace technology education through robotics…it’s a program that is specifically targeted at kids on the autism spectrum. It’s the brainchild of […]
Maeve Conran filed a report from 1st and Lincoln in Longmont day after the St. Vrain river burst its banks, dividing the city in two.
The City of Longmont experienced major flooding in certain areas of the city during the September 2013 floods. Repairs are ongoing to infrastructure that was damaged. Maeve Conran caught up with Dale Rademacher, Director of Public Works and Natural Resources […]
The Longmont City Council received cheers and a standing ovation after they unanimously voted to continue to defend the city’s fracking ban in the courts. In July Boulder District Judge D.D. Mallard ruled that Longmont had no right to ban […]
Food and Water Watch are a national advocacy organization that has been working with communities around the country concerned about fracking. In Colorado they have been working closely with Our Longmont in the voter approved ban on fracking in the city. […]