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16 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
The Estes Park Town Board will discuss a possible town policy for the display of art in public places, naming town parks, and naming public places at its Dec. 10 study session.
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The Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park will host the fifth annual holiday fund-raising event for Crossroads Ministry on Tuesday evening, Dec. 10. The goal is to raise money for the ever growing financial and food bank needs of Crossroads Ministry in Estes Park.
As much as a foot or more of snow fell on Estes Park, leaving a blanket perfect for the holiday season.
The Dec. 6 and 7 performances of the Oratorio Society will debut a new composition by music director Dr. Kathryn Bowers called "Mountain Strong."
The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado is continuing to disperse grants for area agencies with recovery and relief efforts from September's flooding.
Clouds obscure the peaks of the Continental Divide to the west of Estes Park Friday morning.
The second annual "Christmas in Estes" will swing musically into town on Friday and Saturday evenings, Dec. 13 and 14 at 7 p.m. at the Presbyterian Community Church of the Rockies.
A new proposal to build a $15 million wellness center near the Stanley Hotel appears to have some tentative support from town officials.
Several inches of new snow on the ground combined with clear skies created a beautiful but chilly morning on Thursday.
The 2013 sales tax collections for the town were on a pace to set a new record before the Sept.
The Estes Park business climate cooled off following the September floods that isolated the community as most of the roads leading to the community were wiped out by flood waters.
At Wednesday's Regional Issues Summit sponsored by the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance, board member Carl Maxey of Maxey Cos.
A town Bobcat equipped with a snow-removal attachment moves down Elkhorn Avenue Wednesday morning.
The budget, explained by Finance Officer Steve McFarland, is a massive document that covers 12 different funds and approximately $43 million in expenditures.
An extremely bitter cold weather system that left nearly 16 inches of snow on the town overnight and dropped temperatures into single digits today has caused a number of closures, program cancellations, and delays in some community services.