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The ghosts of Valmont Butte Boulder Weekly

Jan 26, 2012· Valmont Butte as depicted in 1891 illustration (photo courtesy of Carnegie Branch Library for Local History) But not every ghost that now haunts the butte and its current owners, the citizens of Boulder, are dead.

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The Ghosts of Valmont Butte series Boulder Weekly

Jan 26, 2012· Catch up with Boulder Weekly’s investigative series of Valmont Butte: . The Ghosts of Valmont Butte. Part one: The first part of the series provides an overview of the sites history from the first native Americans to use of the site through the decades of contamination as a result of various milling operations in the area. Read here. Valmont cemetery families say city in danger of digging up

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Ghosts of Valmont Butte Boulder Weekly

When the city of Boulder issued a press release in December 2011 announcing that it, along with Honeywell International and Tusco Inc., had reached a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice on behalf of the EPA regarding the cost of investigating and cleaning up Valmont Butte, the gaps in information set Boulder Weekly staff off looking for more details.

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Boulder Weekly The Ghosts of Valmont Butte The Blue Line

Boulder Weekly The Ghosts of Valmont Butte By admin “Ever since the city of Boulder purchased its Valmont Butte property, city taxpayers have been picking up the tab to pay for the environmental sins committed by more than a century’s worth of long-departed users at the site. And that tab may be getting bigger as more ghosts from the

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Letters Valmont’s ghosts Boulder Weekly

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Is city’s municipalization plan the next ghost at Valmont

Among the unanticipated costs that the city might take on is the responsibility for cleaning up a site that is likely more contaminated than the adjacent Valmont Butte property, a site that Boulder Weekly devoted a 10-part series to documenting in 2012 due to the environmental hazards the city has inherited after purchasing the property in 2000.

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Boulder Weekly: Tribes feel connection to sacred Valmont Butte

May 31, 2012· The Valmont Butte area also has a connection to the massacre of Cheyenne and Arapaho at Sand Creek in 1864 — it was at a sod fort just north of the butte where the Colorado volunteer militia mustered before the attack. The last of the remaining tribes were removed from the area in 1881." Get the Story: Sacred spine (The Boulder Weekly 5/31)

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Boulder Weekly: Tribes feel connection to sacred Valmont Butte

May 31, 2012· The Valmont Butte area also has a connection to the massacre of Cheyenne and Arapaho at Sand Creek in 1864 — it was at a sod fort just north of the butte where the Colorado volunteer militia mustered before the attack. The last of the remaining tribes were removed from the area in 1881." Get the Story: Sacred spine (The Boulder Weekly 5/31)

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As Boulder Weekly continues its series on “The Ghosts of Valmont Butte” and the environmental history of the property currently being remediated by the city, we will be dealing with threats to

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Guest opinion: The wonders of Valmont Butte Boulder

May 25, 2012· A front-page article in the Sunday, May 13, Camera told readers several “wondrous” things about Valmont Butte. First, that it’s located “just west of Boulder.” Second,

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Boulder Weekly The Ghosts of Valmont Butte Author(s) : admin Published: January 26th, 2012 "Ever since the city of Boulder purchased its Valmont Butte property, city taxpayers have been picking up the tab to pay for the environmental sins committed by more than a

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This Land — Queer Nature

The Ghosts of Valmont Butte Boulder Weekly. Ute Culturally Scarred Trees Pikes Peak Historical Society. Sand Creek Massacre Devastates Tribes, Intensifies Warfare by Carol Berry, Indian Country Media Network. Un-Civil War: When North Fought South, it was Indians Who Lost by Patti Jo King, Indian Country Media Network.

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News > May 31, 2012

May 31, 2012· Boulder Weekly: Tribes feel connection to sacred Valmont Butte (May 31, 2012) "As we approach the conclusion of the Ghosts of Valmont Butte series, we’re going back to the beginning. Back to the first people who used the butte — not as a dumping ground, but as a sacred place.

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As Boulder Weekly continues its series on “The Ghosts of Valmont Butte” and the environmental history of the property currently being remediated by the city, we will be dealing with threats to

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Valmont Butte: The Meeting of People, Valleys, Mountains

Valmont Butte: The Meeting of People, Valleys, Mountain, Rivers, Earth and Sky The Valmont Butte is located on the eastern side of Boulder County in Colorado. In order to understand the history of the sacred land, it is important to have background understanding of the people that made this land their home and place of religious and spiritual

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Guest opinion: The wonders of Valmont Butte Boulder

May 25, 2012· A front-page article in the Sunday, May 13, Camera told readers several “wondrous” things about Valmont Butte. First, that it’s located “just west of Boulder.” Second,

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Mill Quarry Operators Slurry Die Heinzelin

The ghosts of Valmont Butte Boulder Weekly. The 103acre tract of land currently owned by the City of Boulder outlined in yellow on aerial photo map seen above has been known by a variety of names over the years St Joes Mill Allied Pile Allied Mill site Valmont Mill

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Apr 05, 2018· Boulder Weekly published a 10-part series in 2012 on the contamination at Valmont Butte. Valmont Butte was the site of several milling operations, with

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Needed: The Truth About Valmont Butte The Blue Line

Valmont Butte, the striking rock formation just east of Boulder along Valmont Road, is revered by Native People as a sacred site and by descendants of European settlers who founded the town of Valmont and buried their dead in a cemetery at the butte’s base. People from both these groups want continued access to the butte. But part of the legacy of the butte is that it also became a mill for

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For outdoor sports writing for Boulder Weekly in 2014. For outdoor sports writing for Boulder Weekly in 2014. For "The Ghosts of Valmont Butte" series, written with Joel Dyer and Jefferson Dodge.

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Boulder, Colorado Page of Roger J. Wendell

(Valmont Butte is on the way for many of us visiting Eco-Cycle) Toxic landscape Unanswered questions remain about pollution at Valmont Butte by Pamela White Boulder Weekly May 29, 2008 p. 11 "It's the $2,575,000 conundrum: what should the city of Boulder do with Valmont Butte? The battered parcel of land, best known for the volcanic dike that

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WEEKLY INFORMATION PACKET Boulder

The city is aware that the Boulder Weekly and some nonprofit organizations (Organizations) with interests in the Valmont Butte have raised questions about various aspects of the Valmont Butte VCUP. The city has carefully reviewed these issues and is confident that all of these

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