Monthly Archives: October 2009

Even a diehard Scrooge can’t resist a good coupon.

    The holidays are right around the corner, and with them comes the biggest season of the year for retailers. Consumers are planning to invest in plenty of jolly – 90 percent plan to make gift-giving a priority nationally – … Continue reading

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Haunted by spirits and brighter mornings.

Since All Hallows’ Eve falls on Saturday this year, it promises to be a particularly eventful and extensive Halloween celebration. I’m looking forward to seeing all the elaborate costumes, from phantom-esque to fantastical. If you haven’t made plans for tonight, … Continue reading

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A triumphant return for a Longmont cornerstone

   The first edition of the new Longmont Ledger hit the streets on Sunday, weighing in at 36 pages and featuring more than 70 advertisers. Wow.    It exceeded all our expectations  (and I had high expectations), and we heard … Continue reading

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School Choice Fair set for Nov. 18

The Daily Camera is hosting a School Choice Fair from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18 at the Millennium Harvest House Hotel, 1345 28th St., Boulder. The fair is open to the public. Exhibitors will provide information to help … Continue reading

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Tough economy doesn’t stop new newspaper

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Coming full circle with the Longmont Ledger.

    The City of Longmont was the first planned community in Boulder County, founded in 1871 by members of the Chicago-Colorado Colony. It now boasts a thriving economy with more than 86,000 affluent, educated residents. Established in 1879, just three … Continue reading

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Customers! Customers! courtesy of the Colorado Daily.

We recently heard from the owner of Little Caesars, who got a great response from an insert he ran in the Colorado Daily. He said they’ve put out “millions” of marketing messages in the past few weeks, including solo mail, … Continue reading

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Homecoming and haunting the Tigers.

CU’s homecoming weekend just happens to be Halloween weekend this year. So in addition to the delightful frights typically found on All Hallows’ eve, our Buffs will be trying to scare the yards out of the Missouri Tigers. I’m a … Continue reading

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Homecoming and haunting the Tigers.

CU’s homecoming weekend just happens to be Halloween weekend this year. So in addition to the delightful frights typically found on All Hallows’ eve, our Buffs will be trying to scare the yards out of the Missouri Tigers. I’m a … Continue reading

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Twitter Updates for 2009-10-21

Reviving a vital piece of Longmont’s history – Longmont Ledger http://bit.ly/3GsCCK #longmont @longmontledger # Powered by Twitter Tools

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