Boulder Daily Camera – The city Planning Board on Thursday approved a developer’s application to build 200 middle-income apartments and townhomes at north Boulder’s Colorado National Guard Armory site — a project that will displace a prairie dog colony that wildlife advocates are desperately hoping to rescue from lethal control. Learn more.
Naturally Boulder – Boulder-based Bhakti announced that Sarah Bird has been hired as the company’s new CEO. Brook Eddy, Bhakti’s founder, will remain involved in the vision, innovation, and culture and serve as chairwoman of the board of directors. Learn more.
Boulder Daily Camera – The Rowdy Mermaid is about to get a little bit rowdier. The Boulder kombucha brewer is releasing a beer made with the fermented tea drink as a base, its first endeavor into the world of boozy health drinks since receiving a liquor license earlier this year. Learn more.
Boulder Daily Camera – Boulder Community Health has opened a new urgent care center in Gunbarrel at 6685 Gunpark Drive. Learn more.
Boulder Daily Camera – The property owners of Boulder’s Old Chicago are planning to raze the one-story restaurant on the Pearl Street Mall and replace it with a three-story office and retail building. Learn more.