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At the Colorado Hometown Weekly, we love what we do — and we hope it shows. We consider it an honor to be a part of these communities and to keep you informed about what’s happening in Erie, Lafayette, Louisville and Superior. From breaking news to in-depth coverage on topics that deeply affect the community, the Hometown Weekly strives to bring you complete coverage.

We deliver an array of local news that keeps readers informed on specific topics, from the Marshall Fire to oil and gas to elections and growth challenges faced by East Boulder County communities. We also cover local arts, festivals, businesses, schools and people. Additionally, the BoCoPreps team keeps readers informed about all of the high school sports in East Boulder County.

We’re an important part of this community, providing a forum for those who wish to speak, celebrating the contributions of outstanding residents, and supporting many of East Boulder County’s favorite events, organizations, and chambers of commerce.

However, it’s no secret that events, such as COVID-19, supply chain issues and higher prices, have taken their toll on local businesses and the Hometown Weekly is no exception. The costs of production and delivery are increasing every year, and we need your help to remain a viable local news source. Please support your community newspaper once again by paying a voluntary one-year subscription fee at the level of your choosing – $80, $65 or $45.

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Please support your community newspaper by paying a voluntary one-year subscription fee at the level of your choosing – $80, $65 or $45.

Newspapers matter, now more than ever.

Thank you for supporting your community newspaper. If you have questions regarding the Voluntary Pay Program or your home delivery service, call our office at 303.473.1234 or e-mail circulation@coloradohometownweekly.com