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12/22/2006
Digging out

LONGMONT — Residents who dug out their driveways only to find deep snow on neighborhood streets got some good news Thursday: For only the third time in 30 years, the city plans to plow every public street in Longmont.
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12/22/2006
Retailers struggle with staff and supply shortages

LONGMONT — Retailers found themselves facing dual challenges
Thursday: having enough staff to open and having enough products for the pinnacle of the shopping season.

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12/22/2006

A collection of storm-related vignettes
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12/21/2006

For the latest City of Longmont closures Thursday morning, visit the City of Longmont Web site.
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12/21/2006


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12/21/2006

DENVER - Colorado's largest cities were virtually shut down and thousands of air travelers were stranded for a second day Thursday as the worst snowstorm to hit the state in three years piled more snow on top of nearly 2 feet already on the ground.
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12/21/2006

DENVER - Thirteen hours after leaving work early to catch a bus to Boulder, two dozen commuters arrived at a Red Cross shelter early Thursday not far from where their trip started.
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12/21/2006
Whiteout

LONGMONT — If you don’t absolutely need to be somewhere today, stay off the roads.
Public safety officials are asking residents to give snowplows room to work and tow trucks time to clear out stranded vehicles.

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12/21/2006
Officials urge residents to stay off streets today

LONGMONT — Volunteers from Boulder County Cares worked through Wednesday to shelter the city’s homeless residents from the blizzard.
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12/21/2006
Front Range comes to halt

DENVER — A powerful blizzard virtually shut down Denver and Colorado’s main population corridor on Wednesday, stranding thousands of holiday travelers at the airport and on highways and emptying businesses, schools and government offices.
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12/21/2006

DENVER - Denver International Airport will likely remain closed until noon Friday as the worst snowstorm to hit Colorado in three years foiled attempts to clear runways of drifting snow, officials said Thursday.
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12/21/2006

LONGMONT — City crews and contractors will be plowing all public residential streets in Longmont over the next several days in an unusual effort to help residents leave their homes.
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12/21/2006

LONGMONT — The OUR Center’s Hospitality Center, at 250 Third Ave. in Longmont, will be open again tonight as a shelter for the city’s homeless, according to executive director Edwina Salazar Waldrip.
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12/21/2006

LONGMONT — Front Range postal carriers heading back to work Friday are asking residents to clear snow around mailboxes to make delivery of packages and letters easier.
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12/21/2006

LONGMONT — The Albertsons on Main Street still had fresh doughnuts and rolls this morning, despite the challenges Wednesday’s blizzard posed to delivery trucks.
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12/21/2006

LONGMONT — Retailers in Longmont faced double adversity today. Not only was the blizzard keeping customers from venturing out to shop but it was also a struggle to find enough employees to open the doors.
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12/21/2006

DENVER - When John Brinks' car got stuck in a snowbank on a normally busy downtown street Thursday, he got frustrated.
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12/21/2006

Two of the world's busiest airports, in London and Denver, were socked with bad weather on Thursday, spreading delays and cancellations to airports around the world and stranding tens of thousands of travelers during the pre-Christmas travel crunch.
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12/21/2006

DEL CAMINO — Michelle Tolen was driving her UPS delivery truck from Loveland back to Denver on Wednesday afternoon when she decided to stop at Colo. Highway 119 for fuel.
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12/21/2006

LONGMONT — City crews who cleared the parking lot at the Safety and Justice Center and the Kimbark Street cul-de-sac created an afternoon of fun for some children who live at the Inn Between.
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12/21/2006

A paralyzing snowstorm kept eastern Colorado at a standstill and stranded thousands of travelers for a second day on Thursday, but airports, highways and businesses began to show signs of life as the snow tapered off and the sun reappeared.
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12/21/2006

DENVER - A makeshift shelter of cardboard boxes, curved like a band shell, sprang up near a United Airlines ticket counter as hundreds of holiday travelers found ways to cope after being stranded at the Denver airport by a blizzard.
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