Noonie Yaron, a licensed wildlife rehabilitator at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center near Longmont, works on a wounded duckling Thursday. Witnesses said two ducklings were injured in Boulder by kids throwing rocks. (Photo by Jeremy Papasso, Daily Camera Staff Photographer)
Named “America’s Foodiest Town” by Bon Appetit, Boulder offers an array of restaurants perfect for planning a foodie outing. Here’s a list of what we think is so mouth-watering delicious, that it shouldn’t be missed.
(Margo Daniel, left, Macy Matthews, and Michelle Ng, wait for Freddy to speak. The City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks Rangers held a celebration of Ground Hog Day with a short hike and program before meeting Flat Iron Freddy to see if his shadow appeared. Photo by Cliff Grassmick, Daily Camera)
Boulder wants to know where you live and why as it launches a yearlong effort to create a comprehensive housing strategy that officials hope will bring more middle-income “workforce” housing to the city. Officials in the city’s Housing and Human Services Department are in the information-gathering stage of the process right now, and, as part of that effort, they have launched an online survey about housing choices for anyone who lives, works or studies in Boulder.
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