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We head back to Cottonwood Kennels for see their Christmas lights and holiday decorations, Penny and Ronda tell us all about this special time of year for them and the pets the care for.
Boulder Channel 1 is producing our 2016 Holiday TV Specials
Hey Boulder Businesses, Holiday Season is Upon Us and time for our 24th Annual Holiday TV series, hosted by Jann Scott. We would LOVE to have you in our shows! We will come to your shop and shoot a 3 minute video about your place of business and put it in our TV specials online and on cable, which run from now through the New Year 2017. We also will produce a 10 second commercial and both videos will run here on Boulder Channel 1 in our retail section as well as respective sections based on what category/categories your business caters too. Plus we also promote your business on social media sites like Facebook, Google +, Pinterest, Twitter and others. If you want you can also provide us with a coupon to offer people who find you on our sites. Plus banner ads that display on over 5000 pages on our site along with a PR story about your company.Check out all of what you can get in our Show Price Listing Here. To Advertise in this show contact: (303) 447-8531
Top Hat Supply has thrived at the same downtown Boulder location for 45 years. Top Hat is among the oldest downtown businesses in Boulder. Excelling at customer service, product quality and cleaning solutions. We are proud to be a great resource for the people and businesses of Boulder County and beyond. Not so glamorous, but we love what we do. Helping people find the right product to meet their needs, without waste and with the most efficiency and least harm to our environment. We have solutions, green products, 45 years of experience, free same day delivery and a tremendous product line for such a small space.
1729 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302
Cottonwood Kennels is all about the pet-to-person connection. They believe that cats and especially dogs desire to be with people more than anything else. That’s why they gave up the wild thousands of years ago to be by our side. You will not find gimmicky substitutes for human interaction, you will find a very large staff of big-hearted, dedicated, hard-working people. Pet eating, drinking, potty habits, disposition and attitude are carefully monitored, recorded and reviewed several times a day.
They provide everything – quality diets, beds, playthings and especially tons of tender loving care. Pets with special needs are their specialty and we welcome them.
Phone: (303) 442-2602
Tool Free: (800) 866-1406
Everyday: 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
October 24th, 2016
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Jann Scott’s Best in Boulder TV special visits Cottonwood Kennels off Valmont, who won 3 big awards, including Best Boarding, Best Grooming and Best Customer Service. In our return to this small farm and the best place to take your animals for tender loving care, we talk with Penny and Ronda about the kennels and the high quality care and activities they offer for your pets while they’re away from home.
Jann looks at some of the new buildings going up in the city of Boulder and talks about how the height limits of buildings has been an issue in the city for years and years, some of these pass the test and some don’t but the saddest part is the loss of view of the beautiful mountains.
Jann looks at some of the new bike paths being built in the city of Boulder, some around 10 feet wide, which is great for multipurpose use and to get all the bikers off the roads, but some of the sidewalks in town are still very small and cutting off half the street with bike lanes, Jann asks people if they think it would be better to just build bigger paths or is it hurting business.
Forgys mother was in shock over the announcement and disappointed. Garnett did reveal that an assault team of 4 officers entered the apartment complex where Forgy was standing naked on a balcony , screaming, high on acid holding a hammer. The officer had shields and enough power to overwhelm Forgy but decided instead to shoot him dead.
A high level police official told Boulder Channel 1 News “that the officer was new, inexperienced and he panicked.”
A prominent Boulder Criminal defense lawyer to us, that ” it is typical for the DA to back the police officers in his jurisdiction. He has to work with them. He has to give them the benefit of the doubt. He hopes no one will call him out on it. If he charged the officers , his career as DA and his political career would be over. This was a political decision not a moral one ”
A local police chief told us; ” police commit a lot of bad shootings. This is one and it should not be swept under the rug… but it has been.”
Another lawyer told us…. “This is a classic wrongful death case “… The family could sue the city of Boulder, the county, the police officers and the DA. This is a high dollar case too. In the millions of dollars. The attorneys will sue in civil court and the truth about what happened that night will come out. The lawyers will put the officers and the DA on the stand. It won’t be pretty. I would say the city will have to settle this for 5 to 15 million dollars before it goes to court.” The city and county do not want a case like this in court.”
Boulder Channel 1 news has learned “that a team of high profile attorneys and investigators have been working on this case at the behest of the family since the day after the shooting.”
Brian introduces us the the new Erie, Art Cleaners store and explains a little bit about their environmentally friendly cleaning process as well as their 7 new Vans for Pickup and Delivery throughout Boulder County.
3335 Arapahoe Rd.
Brian explains the The Boulder Valley Rotary Club and Art Cleaners Share-A-Coat drive where they collect coats and other clothing items to distribute to children in need. Both adults’ and children’s coats, along with hats, scarves, mittens, and gloves are collected, cleaned by Art Cleaners, and distributed each year in this charitable program for over 20 years and running.
The Boulder Valley Rotary Club will distribute the coats to people in need living in Boulder County through local charities and schools. Collection boxes have been placed at all the Boulder County schools and all Art Cleaners locations.
Art Cleaners cleans the coats and clothing items and distributes them to the Boulder Rotary for redistribution by Christmas each year.