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When 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway disappeared last fall somewhere along her route from home to school, John Guydon said he was shocked and badly wanted to help. The father of two girls who has a son on the way said any parent who has lost a child for
The action, filed Friday, marks the next step in attempts to revive the Twin Peaks Mall. Dillard's, the only mall tenant to own its own building and land, has a covenant that would let it veto much of the proposed $80 million redevelopment;
Colorado schoolgirls felt the need ... the need for speed ... and power, endurance and skill. In an eight-hour-plus cap to the track and field season that was repeatedly hindered by weather since beginning in March, but had a Saturday finals day that
A rainstorm appears to have knocked the popular Boulder County Fairgrounds osprey cam off the air. Vivienne Jannatpour, a spokeswoman for the county's Parks and Open Space Department, tells the Longmont Times-Call ( http://bit.ly/12Baln4 ) the last
Isn't this where you'd look for a girl who has the potential to be the nation's top high school discus thrower? "The Pulse on Tour," a traveling dance program and show put together by the choreographers for hit television shows such as "So You Think
Forest Service, the National Park Service, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the cities of Longmont and Boulder on the project.
A film starring Luke Wilson and Jessica Alba is shooting throughout Boulder County -- including possible sites in Longmont, Lyons, Niwot and Hygiene -- for the next several weeks, according to numerous sources. Shooting of "Dear Eleanor," produced by
Data storage company Seagate has announced it is making a major push into the solid-state drive business, including marketing them directly to consumers for the first time, and its Colorado Design Center in Longmont is playing a major role in the
City of Longmont economic development director Brad Power confirmed the identity of the retailer Wednesday morning, which the mall's owner, NewMark Merrill Mountain States, had previously declined to disclose. "Everything that comes in our door ...
The calendar may be flipping to May on Wednesday, but in Denver, snow is expected to make yet another spring appearance. "We're looking at about 4 to 6 inches for the Denver metro area," Jim Kalina, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service,