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Itsera Martial Arts Moves to Prospect

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Itsera Martial Arts recently purchased the former Solar Yoga building in Prospect New Town, located at 645 Tenacity Drive. The deal closed April 16. Owners Anne McCullick and Scott Meier, who also serve as lead instructors, taught their first class May 4.

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Guidance Through Collegiate Waters

Indigo Advising Opens in Niwot's Cottonwood Square
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If you’re a high school student and unsure about where to funnel your intellectual resources once you get to college, let alone a career, then Indigo Advising might help you begin refining your goals. First you’ll be given an assessment, which helps establish your likes and dislikes, as well as getting at your passions and motivators. The data offers feedback on whether you’re a big-picture thinker or not, as well as strengths such as goal-orientation and resiliency. An advising associate will help interpret the findings, guiding how you make the choices that eventually lead to life in the real world, beginning with where you’ll go to college.

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Niwot Girls Track Three-Peats

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Coming off of two consecutive state championships, the Niwot Girls Track program showed everyone they could win a state title with or without standout distance runner Elise Cranny, who now runs for Stanford University.

“Nobody else thought we could win,” Coach Maurice Henriques said. “The girls heard comments like, ‘Hey, you’re not gonna win – you don’t have Elise.’ They had a chip on their shoulder.”

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Niwot IB Secretary Hauck to Retire

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After 18 years at Niwot High School, International Baccalaureate (IB) Secretary Debbie Hauck will retire at the end of the school term. The following was written by current IB program coordinator, Elzbieta Towlen, as a tribute to Hauck’s years of service.

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Mountain Shadows Montessori Visits the Nation’s Capital

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During a recent week-long trip to Washington D.C., Mountain Shadows Montessori School’s fourth, fifth and sixth-grade students had the rare opportunity to tour the White House, as well as took in the sites at the U.S. Capitol building, George Washington’s Mount Vernon home and several area museums, including the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum and the National Gallery of Art.

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Niwot Searching for Boys Basketball Coach

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Niwot High boys basketball coach Enoch Miller and his wife and three children recently moved to Frederick from Arvada to be closer to his Niwot coaching position. When Larry Frank resigned as Frederick High School’s coach, Miller saw an opportunity to coach in the community he lived in and applied for the job at the school.

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Niwot Girls Tennis Finishes in Top 10

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Freshman Taylor Thulson had the top individual performance at the Class 4A state tennis tournament in Pueblo, winning a third-place medal at No. 2 singles and helping Niwot to a ninth-place team performance. The tournament was postponed from Thursday, Friday and Saturday to Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, finishing May 13, due to wet weather.

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