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Boulder Planet

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The Boulder Planet was an independent weekly newspaper published in Boulder, Colorado from mid 1996 to early 2000. [1] CEO and publisher was New Hope Communications founder Doug Greene,[2] with editor and publisher Greg Todd.[3] Senior staff write was Jim Sheeler, who moved on to the Rocky Mountain News, where his feature writing won a Pulitzer Prize, and later taught at the CU Boulder School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The Planet competed with the established Boulder Weekly newspaper, as well as two daily papers, the Boulder Daily Camera and the Colorado Daily.


  1. Sallo, Stewart (30 January 2014). "BW Publisher travels back in time to talk to himself - Boulder Weekly". Boulder Weekly. Retrieved 13 May 2018.
  2. Roberts, Michael (24 February 2000). "7 Solutions". Westword. Retrieved 13 May 2018.
  3. "Boulder Planet I.E. Staff". Boulder Planet. 3 September 1999. Retrieved 14 May 2018.

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