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New director hired for the Office of Liaison for Missing or Murdered Indigenous Relatives

New director hired for the Office of Liaison for Missing or Murdered Indigenous Relatives

Arron Julian has over 36 years of experience in law enforcement, including serving as the Chief of Police for the Bishop Paiute Tribe
Federal housing agency releases mortgage loan limit caps for Broomfield

Federal housing agency releases mortgage loan limit caps for Broomfield

Here’s a look at the maximum conforming loan limits for communities across the country, including Broomfield and surrounding counties.
Good morning, Broomfield!

Good morning, Broomfield!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
World AIDS Day: BoCo group reminds community to ‘never quit fighting’

World AIDS Day: BoCo group reminds community to ‘never quit fighting’

The Boulder County AIDS Project supports hundreds of people living with HIV in Colorado.
Broomfield lifts holiday spirits during darkest days

Broomfield lifts holiday spirits during darkest days

For nearly a year, the war has raged in Ukraine forcing people from their homes. For even longer, Afghan refugees have made their way to Broomfield. This year, a local nonprofit hopes to lift their holiday spirits by asking the community to open their hearts.
North Metro Fire cautions against walking on frozen ponds

North Metro Fire cautions against walking on frozen ponds

Following the death of a youngster who fell through ice at Crystal Lake Park in Roxborough last week, North Metro Fire officials are asking parents to caution kids against playing on frozen water bodies.
Broomfield police investigating string of business burglaries

Broomfield police investigating string of business burglaries

Eleven businesses were broken into over the weekend in Broomfield, police said.
Broomfield police report, Dec. 1, 2022

Broomfield police report, Dec. 1, 2022

There were several business break-ins over the past week in Broomfield, police said.
‘We are staying’: Students at American Indian Academy of Denver speak up for their school

‘We are staying’: Students at American Indian Academy of Denver speak up for their school

“You already took our land,” Windy Boy said. “Why are you trying to take our school?”
Out Boulder County says marriage act ‘does not go far enough’

Out Boulder County says marriage act ‘does not go far enough’

The organization applauds the Senate passage of the Respect for Marriage Act, but said more protections are needed.