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Happy Wednesday, people of Boulder! Here’s everything you need to know today in town.


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Here are the top stories in Boulder today:

  1. As much as 18 inches of snow could hit Colorado over the next week. March is known as the snowiest month of the year in Colorado. This week, two storms are expected to bring more of the white stuff to the mountains and the front range. (Out There)
  2. City of Boulder seeks to overturn multimillion-dollar jury verdict. The city is hoping the U.S. Court of Appeals will over turn a lower court’s decision that Boulder Police had violated Seth Garrett Franco’s constitutional rights. (CO Politics)
  3. City Council prepares to return to in-person meetings in April. Council meetings will continue in a hybrid format, which will allow for both in-person or virtual attendance. The city expects to be able to allow the public to return to chambers in mid to late May. (Yahoo)
  4. Report finds uptick in newly homeless in Denver metro area. The Metro Denver Homeless Initiative, the annual study conducted each January, indicates that there was a 99% increase in 2021, as compared to 2020. (9News)

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Today in Boulder:

  • Online TOEFL Prep Study Group: Boulder Public Library. (9:30 a.m.)
  • Open Studio: Boulder Public Library. (1 p.m.)
  • Board Meeting: Lefthand Fire Protection District. (1 p.m.)
  • Arts Commission Meeting: Boulder Public Library. (6 p.m.)
  • 10 things to do this week: St. Patrick’s Day fun and more. (CU Today)

From my notebook:

  • Looking for a job? Here’s who’s hiring in the Boulder area. (Patch)
  • Students: Before you leave town for spring break. (CU Today)
  • City of Boulder launches new emergency alert system. (9News)
  • Colorado foster youth may get access to free college tuition. (KUNC)
  • Feel what it’s like to be on a glacier without having to go to one – thanks to this CU exhibit (9News)

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