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Gov. Polis urges Coloradans to get vaccinated and third dose of safe, doctor-approved vaccine

Gov. Polis urges Coloradans to get vaccinated and third dose of safe, doctor-approved vaccine

Colorado leads the way in free testing that help save lives and saves people money
Broomfield COVID-19 update: Individual cases on the decline this week

Broomfield COVID-19 update: Individual cases on the decline this week

The number of positive cases dropped 51 cases per 100,000 people in a week.
Christmas came early — and on wheels — for kids at a bike giveaway in Boulder

Christmas came early — and on wheels — for kids at a bike giveaway in Boulder

Since 2006, Community Cycles has hosted its annual bike giveaway, giving away hundreds of bikes to children in the area. 
BEYOND LOCAL: Dating app users are disclosing STI and vaccine status and queer apps are leading the way

BEYOND LOCAL: Dating app users are disclosing STI and vaccine status and queer apps are leading the way

Apps allow people to find more partners easily, but it doesn’t mean the apps are increasing STI transmission.
Broomfield drafting land acknowledgement

Broomfield drafting land acknowledgement

A task to name a newly-acquired piece of open space evolved into Broomfield drafting a land acknowledgement. 
Governor Polis appoints new CU regent

Governor Polis appoints new CU regent

Gov. announces new member of Colorado tourism board
McWhinney will add two more flex buildings in Baseline

McWhinney will add two more flex buildings in Baseline

McWhinney Real Estate Services is set to build two more flex industrial buildings in the Baseline development following a unanimous green light from the Broomfield City Council.
Freelance opportunities available at Broomfield Leader

Freelance opportunities available at Broomfield Leader

 We are looking for writers who want to share stories of their community with their community.
Good morning, Broomfield!

Good morning, Broomfield!

Here's a look at the current local weather
On Edge: The trouble with Mind Springs

On Edge: The trouble with Mind Springs

The suicide rate in this mountain community of 31,000 is higher than Colorado’s