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8 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Blasting operations along Hwy. 36 between Estes Park and Lyons are expected to close the road for approximately two hours Monday morning.
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15 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Longs Peak and a cloudless sky reflect off of ice on Lake Estes on Wednesday. Wednesday saw a 40-degree temperature swing from a low, in some parts of Estes Park, of five degrees, to the eventual high in the mid 40s.
The highway will be closed from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday, March 17, between Lyons and Estes Park for blasting operations.
Artists selected Jennifer Nauck's site specific off hand glass installation "Seine" for the Artist's award at the CAC Feburary reception.
Estes Park should see sunny skies and mild temperatures through the mid part of the week.
The History Colorado State Historical Fund has awarded emergency grants to owners of five historic properties damaged in September's flooding.
After the devastating floods in September 2013, Estes Park , and points in between, are open for business.
What makes a good ghost story? The Stanley Hotel's employees have spent a lot of time working on that question and on February 24, they found something else to support one of the most interesting stories they tell.
At a candidate forum hosted by the Estes Park League of Women Voters March 6, all eight candidates for Town Trustee were given a chance to answer various questions proposed by audience members.
Tuesday, March 11th will mark six months since the rain started falling, causing what forecasters called a '500 year flood.'
"Glory, hallelujah!" Annemarie Chenoweth cried Monday morning as she walked into the Drake Post Office for the first time in six months.
There is an important Municipal Election coming up April 1st. Your local government provides services that impact your every day life, and it's important to become familiar with the issues and participate in making decisions for your community.
Editor's note: This the fourth in a series taking a close look at our current economy and finding out what's wrong, what's right, what needs to be addressed, and what our future could look like if we don't take steps to improve it.
An army of machines, scientists and road construction crews have invaded Big Thompson Canyon, six months after flood waters destroyed miles of property and road.
Diane Muno decided a few years ago to run four Estes Park businesses in a bid to stay afloat in a seasonal, tourism-driven economy.