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Plenty of sunshine. High 56F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph.
Thursday 03/30 0%
Cloudy skies early will become partly cloudy later in the day. High around 65F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.
Friday 03/31 100%
Periods of rain. High 42F. Winds NE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall around a half an inch.
7 day weather forecast above
Rain came down sideways in Noth boulder . The BC1 rain gauge measure 5 inches per hour for 10 minutes. NOAA has issued Severe weather alert see below. Boulder OEM did not open nor send out an alert. Information was gather first by Boulder Channel 1 News.
Flash Flood Warning
FLASH FLOOD WARNING
BULLETIN – EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
FLASH FLOOD WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DENVER CO
327 PM MDT MON JUL 30 2012
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN DENVER HAS ISSUED A
* FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR…
CENTRAL BOULDER COUNTY IN NORTHEAST COLORADO
* UNTIL 530 PM MDT
* AT 324 PM MDT…NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED
VERY HEAVY RAIN FROM A THUNDERSTORM 3 MILES SOUTHWEST OF GOLD
HILL…OR 34 MILES NORTHWEST OF DENVER. THIS STORM WAS MOVING EAST
AT 15 MPH.
* LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO
WALLSTREET…SUNSHINE…SUMMERVILLE…SALINA…CRISMAN AND GOLD
RAIN GAUGES IN THE FOUR MILE BURN AREA HAVE ALREADY RECORDED UP TO
0.70 INCH OF RAIN SINCE 3:00 PM MDT.
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING MEANS THAT FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING.
IF YOU ARE IN THE WARNING AREA MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND IMMEDIATELY.
RESIDENTS LIVING ALONG STREAMS AND CREEKS SHOULD TAKE IMMEDIATE
PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT LIFE AND PROPERTY. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CROSS
SWIFTLY FLOWING WATERS OR WATERS OF UNKNOWN DEPTH BY FOOT OR BY
AUTOMOBILE. TURN AROUND…DO NOT DROWN.
HEAVY RAINFALL WILL CAUSE FLASH FLOODING OF CREEKS…STREAMS…AND
DITCHES IN THE FOURMILE BURN AREA. SOME DRAINAGE BASINS AFFECTED BY
EXCESSIVE RUNOFF INCLUDE FOURMILE CREEK…GOLD RUN…AND FOURMILE
CANYON CREEK. WATER WILL BE FLOWING DOWN ROADWAYS. ROCK SLIDES OR
DEBRIS FLOWS CAN ALSO BE EXPECTED.
are suspect agents of a crime which violates a variety of Federal statutes. If the obviously unconstitutional
legislative provisions allowing their “part-time” six-figure paychecks were in fact created with their involvement,
then — regardless of their job titles — they may in fact be an organized white-collar crime ring.
One question would be, who did the legislative work and what do their records show?
As far as constitutional issues go, for starters, the “special provision” discriminates against anyone who works for the state of Colorado
and cannot access the financial benefit of “retiring” and then receiving top-level pay from the very same public agency from which they allegedly “retired”.
From what I can gather, that includes everyone not in this exclusive group of go-getters — a group that is also known
to work with the legislature regarding CU’s various needs.
It should be noted that the self-same administrators who feel that the 4/20 celebrants besmirch the reputation of the University
are game to continue with their arrangement which functionally defrauds the state of Colorado — or rather, everyone who lives
here and isn’t in this particular “boys club” of un-retirable retirees.
Rob Smoke is a columnist for Boulder Channel 1 News
There is an assorted list of fascist policy decisions, laws and ordinances in recent years coming from of our Boulder City Council, that question resonated with me, What’s next?
How about a seminar about violence in the workplace where our City Attorney declares not all the public speakers who go beyond the 2 minute rule are threats?
Now, councilman Karakehian comes up with a novel idea, let’s pledge allegiance to the flag before every council meeting.
Councilwoman KC Becker responds that if people do not want to “pledge” before meetings, “I’d be interested in hearing why.”
Therein lies the problem.
Pledging, “Under God,” or under anything at all, even refusing to stand! like me, those who have been taught to questioning authority? The act is repugnant.
Have you ever been ostracized and harassed?
I refused to pledge allegiance in middle school and high school in the late 1970′s and early 1980′s.
My parents taught me well.
Ironically, my homeroom teachers both taught history and I took a ruler on the knuckles or a slap on the head from time to time, just for not standing up while other recited “The Pledge.”
The purpose of the pledge seems to divides us all into the patriotic vs. the non-patriotic, the believers vs. the non-believers.
How to escape? While many in the Council Chambers stand to recite cobweb loyalties and factitious duties.
Some of us feel that pledging allegiance to the wall is unpatriotic, especially, when those leading the pledge have forgotten to uphold the “with liberty and justice for all” part.
The small “violations” of that pledge itself, camping tickets, curfews… are examples of a reoccurring problem of our Boulder City Council.
We’ve got a long way to go, baby.
Some of us feel we are going backwards.
Must we must support anything, however bad, because we were born or live in a particular place?
What is a pledge or promise of allegiance?
Curiously, such lessons in supposed good citizenship in the form of reciting a pledge of allegiance are rarely, iever, accompanied by deeper introspection.
So, it should be no surprise that reciting “The Pledge” has been proposed by members of the Boulder City Council.
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Seth Brigham is a sometime contributor to Boulder Channel 1 News
God bless Seth and God bless the United States of America
Who says local news is dying? On this week’s Inside Boulder news, we bring you news about the city’s 2012 budget, a popular basketball camp for kids, the latest kudos for the Valmont Bike Park, 30th Street renovations and a valuable SWAT training exercise. Check it out at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAS-Pk9SI2Q and feel free to share. Thanks for your interest!
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Note: If you click on the arrow on the bottom left of each channel, you can watch each and all at once, adjust each channel volume, open in a separate window and keep up on each of these important world situations . Don't click in the middle of the channel or it will take you away from us to Justin TV, so you'll have to come back. To see full screen and still stay on Boulder Channel 1 click the lower right on channel. But it works pretty well and is a very good way to watch all at once.
We think these are the best aggregated channels for the middle east and still marvel at the technology that will allow us to set up this kind of world wide viewing. Since we don't have any alliance to anyone network (well , except our own) we can do what other networks won't.
Blotter – February 24, 2011
A woman driving a gray Saab struck a bicyclist at the intersection of Pine Street and Broadway around 3:15. The bicyclist was thrown from her bike and transported to the hospital for treatment. She suffered from abrasions to her right hip and right elbow. The driver admitted fault and said she had trouble seeing because of the western sun. The driver was issued a summons.
Police responded to the Bright Now dental practice at 1840 Folsom after used x-ray development solution was reported spilled. The office building was evacuated (about 35 people) as a precaution, and no one was injured. There was a sewage back-up in the building at the same time, unrelated to the x-ray solution spill.
A 22-year-old male was arrested in the 700 block of Arapahoe after his girlfriend alleged that he grabbed her by the throat after an argument. The victim reported to police that the suspect also locked her out of the residence when she tried to gather her belongings. The case is closed. 11-2474.
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Inside Boulder News is a weekly TV news cast from and about the city of Boulder. A new edition appears here every Friday afternoon
Natalie Wood (yes it’s her real name)anchors Boulder Channel 1’s first daily newscast. The Boulder Native stayed in town for college where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from The University of Colorado… But she wasn’t quite done with school yet! From there, she went on to get a Broadcasting Certificate from The Ohio Center for Broadcasting. During that time, Natalie interned at Fox31 and CBS Denver where she had some “OMG” moments when she assisted in national stories such as Balloon Boy, a visit from First Lady Michelle Obama, and The Amazing Race casting call…She paid her dues at an NBC affiliate in North Dakota where she produced and hosted the evening news. SO EXCITING! Natalie is even more excited to be a part of the daily newscast at Boulder Channel 1.
If you have any story ideas, Natalie would love to hear them! You can contact her at email@example.com.