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Camera reporter surfaces at Denver startup

Camera reporter surfaces at Denver startup

| May 26, 2016
To be called "Denverite," new publication will launch in June as a newsletter. Staff will include former Camera city-beat reporter Erica Meltzer.
Political climate change hitting Boulder hard

Political climate change hitting Boulder hard

| May 9, 2016
New money is pouring in. Commercial interests have forged effective, de facto alliances with politically influential social services providers.
What next for Bernie and his email flock?

What next for Bernie and his email flock?

| May 3, 2016
As that meeting back in 2008 ended, I was dismayed to see the Obama for America movement, with its millions of email followers, being essentially demobilized.
Bracing for another spring snowstorm

Bracing for another spring snowstorm

| Apr 28, 2016
Color me not amused as Boulder prepares for a third spring snowstorm. At least I have pictures of when it was spring.
On video: elites pocketing tech’s payoff

On video: elites pocketing tech’s payoff

| Apr 19, 2016
John Nichols says technology is producing giant productivity gains, but elites are pocketing most of the payoff. How about those who are struggling in the "gig economy"?
Why Bernie is Dems’ best hope to win it all

Why Bernie is Dems’ best hope to win it all

| Mar 9, 2016
Mobilizing the public on Election Day and beyond is the key. But Bernie knows a thing or two about winning cross-country races.
Kunstler’s 2016: Pretend to the bitter end

Kunstler’s 2016: Pretend to the bitter end

| Jan 5, 2016
The coming crackup will re-set the terms of civilized life to levels largely pre-techno-industrial. How far backward remains to be seen.

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From our archives...
Yes, there was a time when Boulder Reporter was actively reporting. Here are some of the better articles from those halcyon days.
Boulder reeling from epic flood event

Boulder reeling from epic flood event

| Sep 15, 2013
The rains came and lasted for days. Boulder and Colorado face disaster recovery phase.
Furor over elk shooting by Boulder police

Furor over elk shooting by Boulder police

| Jan 4, 2013
A sign of class warfare between police and Boulder's liberal elite.
Chilling picture of alleged Aurora shooter

Chilling picture of alleged Aurora shooter

| Aug 27, 2012
Reporters begin to put together a picture of a troubled mind.
Haunted by Bill McKibben

Haunted by Bill McKibben

| May 10, 2010
Climate change is already engulfing us. We should act -- even if it's too late.
The Rods of Lyons

The Rods of Lyons

| Apr 22, 2010
Mike Clark makes exquisite fly rods and keeps old traditions alive.
Is the Boulder City Council really in charge?

Is the Boulder City Council really in charge?

| Mar 31, 2010
Daily Camera scolds the nine on the dais for their iPhones. Is our council/city manager system the real issue?
Friday night launch party for “The Blue Line”

Friday night launch party for “The Blue Line”

| Mar 12, 2010
A who's who of liberal Boulder met for "soft launch" of a website hosting collaborative reporting.
Growe Foundation’s bash at BMOCA draws Boulder’s food-culture elite

Growe Foundation’s bash at BMOCA draws Boulder’s food-culture elite

| Dec 5, 2009
BMOCA was the scene, The Kitchen brought the food, the dress ranged from super-casual to black dresses and stilettos, as Boulder came out for Growe Foundation benefit Dec. 4.
The partying started at noon at Brasserie Ten Ten

The partying started at noon at Brasserie Ten Ten

| Nov 14, 2009
Is Brasserie Ten Ten always this busy on a Saturday at lunch, or was it the special First Bite Boulder menu? Young Boulder sure seemed to be having a blast.
City Council election night report and photos

City Council election night report and photos

| Nov 4, 2009
Boulder voted to keep the progressive bias on its City Council Tuesday. Suzy Ageton and Matt Appelbaum were reelected by comfortable margins. Incumbent Macon Cowles finished third, and newcomers KC Becker and George Karakehian won seats.
Read other selected stories from our archives