🌱Library district + Woman found dead + Upper Historical Museum

Hello Boulder! Let’s find out what’s happening in Boulder to launch this Monday, March 14.


Monday’s weather: Quite sunny. High: 53 Low: 35.


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Here are the top five stories from today in Boulder:

  1. National parks promise greater inclusion of Native Americans. The federal government has announced plans to increase efforts to include Native American tribes in decisions about federal lands. (Room)
  2. Car theft suspects are repeat offenders. In 2021, nearly 37,000 vehicles were stolen in Colorado, and so far this year the state is on track to surpass that number in 2022. According to authorities, 97% of those arrested in the last three years for car theft have had several car theft arrests. (9News)
  3. The museum hopes to rise from the ashes after the Marshall fire. The fire consumed most of the original homes at Superior Coal Camp, including the Upper Historical Museum, which contained a repository of the area’s mining and agricultural artifacts. (News from Darik)
  4. Commissioners get feedback on the proposed library district. The proposed library district boundary will include the city limits of Boulder and extend into the unincorporated portion of the county. Boulder County commissioners held a meeting to hear from county residents ahead of the public hearing scheduled for early April. (CO Daily)
  5. A woman found dead in her car at the Flagg Park trailhead. On Saturday, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office was investigating the death of a woman found in a car in the trailhead parking lot “with blood on her face and a bullet hole in the windshield.” (KKTV)

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Today in Boulder:

  • Business Growth Network Leaders Group: Boulder House. (Midday)
  • Citizenship class: Boulder Public Library (5:30 p.m.)
  • Classics of Philosophy: Reading group (7 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • The Big Picture: Sustainable, Resilient and Equitable Communities for the 21st Century. Join authors Rocky Piro and David Rouse as they discuss how urban planning must evolve to meet the pressing need for more sustainable, resilient and equitable communities. Thursday, March 17, 2022 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Registration is free and open to all. Register here: Smart growth
  • Venus Victrola takes on activism and the Boulder drag scene. The Radis Collective focuses on maintaining a safe space for marginalized people. (Independent CU)

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  • Top 10 Divorce Mistakes and How to Avoid Them – Vesta Denver, CO Hub (March 16)
  • Seminar on social security (March 17)
  • American Diabetes Association Diabetes Alert Day: Understand Your Risk (March 22)
  • Female Real Estate Investing Hour (April 1)
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