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3 hrs ago | Denver Post
Gov. John Hickenlooper puts the finishing touch - reflective beads - on U.S. 34 in Big Thompson Canyon during the reopening of the road Nov. 21, more than a week ahead of schedule.
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6 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
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The Estes Park Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign has raised $13,077 towards its $39,000 goal as of Dec. 8. Special thanks to Safeway and the Post Office for allowing bell ringers to stand indoors with their kettles during the latest round of frigid weather and bad wind.
12 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
The Association for Responsible Development, , will hear a program on the proposed Community Wellness Recration Center during its Dec. 13 meeting.
15 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Larimer District Court Judge Thomas French is allowing an Estes Park man to leave the state to return to California where he faces a 23-year-old parole violation.
19 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Lights sway in the wind on the west end of Elkhorn Avenue on Saturday. The tradition of Christmas lights in Estes Park is alive and well.
Only five residents applied this fall for the two vacancies on the Estes Park School District R-3 Board of Directors.
KIND Coffee owner Amy Hamrick, left, used the rebuild of the East Elkhorn business as a time to redesign areas for better customer service.
If you have questions, call the Town's Community Development Department at 577-3721 or go online to estes.org/communitydevelopment .
A survey stake shakes in the wind in Lot 4, between the Stanley Hotel and Upper Stanley Village.
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.
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."