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One of the areas the streamflow of the Big Thompson River is measured is in this concrete gauge located near the visitor center in Estes Park, just west of where the river enters Lake Estes.
Male ring-necked and redhead ducks are two of the bird species seen around the Estes Valley.
Despite worries about ongoing road construction and a possible big spring runoff, the town's economy is off to a healthy start in 2014.
Join us Thursday night, April 17th, for the 30th Taste of Estes! This Estes Park tradition combines philanthropy, food, and fun in a way only our town can.
Easter looks the same at our house as it does in many households, I would think.
Estes Park students help plant a tree during the 2013 Arbor Day celebration. This year's observance is scheduled for April 24. Estes Park Mayor Bill Pinkham, right, will declare April 24 as Arbor Day in Estes Park, and April will be declared "Month of the Tree."
The reshaping of Hwy. 36 between Estes Park and Lyons continues. Motorists can continue to expect delays and road closures as the work, including blasting, continues.
Smoke was visible Monday morning as Rocky Mountain National Park personell took advantage of the weekend snows to conduct pile burning operations near Lily Lake located south of Estes Park along Hwy.
Larimer County Department of Natural Resources will receive $84,300 from Great Outdoors Colorado to assist with flood recovery efforts in the Big Thompson Canyon and Hermit Park Open Space.
Contestants in the final prelim heat at Saturday's big wheel races at the Stanley Hotel head toward the first turn.
The Oratorio Society of Estes Park is in the midst of rehearsals for its spring concerts on Friday, May 30 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 31 at 2 p.m. in the Estes Park High School Auditorium.
Since the Rocky Mountain National Park maintains an alpine climate at its summit all year, it wouldn't seem to be a popular destination in the Colorado winter.
Deni La Rue - 970-498-7150 - Larimer Petra Barnes - 720-544-2808 - NRCS Kate Rusch - 970-577-3701 - Estes Park Denver, CO., April 10, 2014 USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service's partnership with Colorado's Office of Emergency Management, the Town of Estes Park and Larimer County has reached the construction phase.