Are you curious about how many registered voters there are in your city? Or if your precinct leans republican or democratic? Boulder County Elections has developed an online interactive tool that anyone can use to look up the active voter registration counts for Boulder County voters by party, gender, age range, municipality, and precinct.

“During each election and year-round sometimes too, voters, candidates, election workers, and the press have lots of questions about the number of registered

 

Boulder County Clerk & Recorder Hillary Hall will host a webinar to help explain what categories and groups of ballots are left to be counted after Election Day, and how election night reporting will take place.

The “Buckets of Ballots” & More Briefing webinar will take place (at your own computer) on Monday, October 30, from 11: 30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. RSVP by email is required by that morning at 9 a.m., with your name and organization. Login information will be sent to you. Anyone who wishes to “attend” this unique event is welcome. Those who might find it especially helpful to attend are: candidate/issue campaign representatives, political parties, and city/special district officials.

 

By Ken Singer

The area around Lyons has some of the most diverse geology in the state, according to County Open Space volunteer geologist Roger Myers. He has led several hikes to point out the distinctive geologic features of the area around the town.

In September, he led a group of about fifteen on the Hall Ranch trail off Route 7 up to the top where it is joined by a trail coming from the trail head at Antelope Road, popular with mountain bikers and hikers. Pointing to the numerous bits of quartz on the ground, he showed a large vein of the mineral, which was likely blown up by dynamite from a prospector

Boulder County is one of nine Colorado communities that have banded together to push for more action to tackle climate change at the state and federal levels. Colorado Communities for Climate Action (CC4CA) is this state’s first consortium to represent municipalities and counties in

 

Boulder County Parks & Open Space and the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office Wildland Fire Management Program have postponed the Wapiti 2 prescribed burn at Heil Valley Ranch because of adverse weather conditions. The burn was initially scheduled to begin this week, but due to high winds has been postponed.

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