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Boulder County Commissioner Tom Mayer dies
Updated: 6/23/2007 1:30:17 PM
BOULDER — County Commissioner Tom Mayer died Friday night, losing his battle against a rare form of cancer, Boulder County spokeswoman Barbara Halpin said Saturday.
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SVVSD teachers await pay restoration
This coming January, it will have been five years since St. Vrain Valley School District teachers took a 7.125 percent cut in base pay.
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LONGMONT — After 16 years in service to Longmont pets and their people, animal-control Officer Jackie Shubert retired recently to spend more time with her husband and to pursue less stressful work.
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Ex-engineer faces 10 counts for possession of explosives
LONGMONT — A retired electrical engineer was charged Friday with 10 counts of possession of explosives during a hearing at the Boulder County Jail, where his attorney asked for a gag order on the case.
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Vets continue to serve
LONGMONT — It’s 11:45 a.m. Friday, and American Legion state convention chairman John Schriver has just finished shuttling members from the Radisson Conference Center to Longmont’s Post 32 for a luncheon.
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Lange to seek city’s top post
LONGMONT — At-large city Councilman Roger Lange announced Friday that he’s seeking the mayoral seat being vacated by the term-limited Julia Pirnack.
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LPD warns to be wary about solicitations
LONGMONT — Police are advising residents to be wary of recent solicitation attempts.
According to Sgt. David Orr, city residents have contacted the Longmont Police Department in recent weeks asking whether it is associated with solicitations. The solicitors are claiming to raise money for police organizations.

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County asked to merge green and size requirements
BOULDER — County officials alarmed at the potential environmental impact of huge homes in unincorporated Boulder County should focus on promoting “green” building standards rather than trying to restrict house sizes.
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Planning Commision favors tiered system for house sizes
The Boulder County Planning Commission has informally endorsed creating a tiered system of structure-size restrictions and conditions for applicants seeking to build new homes in unincorporated parts of the county.
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Panelists: Psychological first aid needed for vets
DENVER — Every Marine and soldier in the U.S. military learns first aid for the battlefield. But too few understand the principles of psychological first aid — something desperately needed for those returning home from a war zone, according to Dr. Steven Sonnenberg, faculty member at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and Baylor College of Medicine.
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Berthoud pulls out of reservoir project
BERTHOUD — Town officials have cut themselves free from the growing price tag of the Northern Integrated Supply Project and will look at other areas where the money is needed more.
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LONGMONT — Dan Raykovitz doesn’t want to come off as a martyr. He doesn’t want to be recognized as some hero or even take credit for much of what he’s helped accomplish in Longmont.
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Return to Earth
TORONTO — John McDonald was relatively calm after delivering the big hit in Toronto’s thrilling win.
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Avs add defense
DENVER — The annual NHL Entry Draft has a way of providing a surprise or two.
The Colorado Avalanche benefited from one of them in the first round of the 2007 draft Friday, when they found defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk waiting for them when they made the 14th overall pick. They wasted little time in selecting the New Rochelle, N.Y., native.

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Drivers get unwanted day off
SONOMA, Calif. — Jimmie Johnson and teammate Jeff Gordon had an unwanted day off Friday.
The cars of defending NASCAR Nextel Cup champion Johnson and series points leader Gordon failed inspection and were barred from all activity for the day at Infineon Raceway, including qualifying.

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LONGMONT — When a neighboring carpet store moved to a bigger location, Rocky Mountain Kawasaki found itself with the perfect opportunity for expansion.
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Salvaging history
More than 70 years after the Titanic sank in the Atlantic Ocean, Denverite Mary Penrose was humbled by the ship’s artifacts, on display at a Halifax, Nova Scotia, museum.
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Impending dementia
WASHINGTON — Tiny motion sensors are attached to the walls, doorways and even the refrigerator of Elaine Bloomquist’s home, tracking the seemingly healthy 86-year-old’s daily activity.
It’s like spying in the name of science — with her permission — to see if round-the-clock tracking of elderly people’s movements can provide early clues of impending Alzheimer’s disease.
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ERIE — Tyler Augustine has made hundreds of truffles without gaining a pound. The trick is not to eat all of them.
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