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According to Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County saw a 64% increase in …

According to Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County saw a 64% increase in ... 1

2020-09-01 09:46:29

According to Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County saw a 64% increase in the average of 5-day rolling cases per day for the 2 weeks after the July 4th holiday. 😮😮 (2 weeks is being used as the typical incubation period for COVID.)

This Labor Day we all need to work together to wear masks, social distance, and avoid people outside of our households so that we can prevent another spike in people testing positive for COVID-19. We can do this Longmont! #strongmont

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Come join our team! View the latest job openings as of 9/25/20. NEW REGULAR POS…

Come join our team! View the latest job openings as of 9/25/20.
 NEW REGULAR POS... 2

2020-09-25 14:12:02

Come join our team! View the latest job openings as of 9/25/20.

NEW REGULAR POSITIONS: Applications are now being accepted for the following new regular positions (includes benefits).
– 20200278 Natural Resources Technician. Pay Range: $23.23 – $25.82/HR. Closes: 10/9/2020.

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Family Storytime September 25, 2020

Family Storytime September 25, 2020 3

2020-09-25 11:02:15

Librarian Stephanie is back with more great books and songs for kids of all ages and their families. Happy Friday, everyone! #FamilyStorytime

Family Storytime September 25, 2020

Join Librarian Stephanie for Family Storytime every Friday at 11 am on Facebook and here on YouTube during the cancellation of live programs at the Longmont …

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Little Rock Nine

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2020-09-25 16:21:48

Today, in 1957, the “Little Rock Nine” desegregated Little Rock Central High School. The fact is interesting, but the context and individuals involved are most fascinating. Take a minute and learn a little more….

Little Rock Nine

The Little Rock Nine were a group of nine black students who enrolled at formerly all-white Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas, in September 1957.

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