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It 's a time of year when families struggling to pay their bills are visiting Crossroads.
The Stanley Hotel took on an erie glow for portions of last year's film festival.
The Town of Estes Park voters convincingly passed two important measures to further the reality of having a community center in the Estes Valley to serve a multi-generational audience.
Margie Pattersona nd Elizabeth Blades Skinner are in the final Peak-To-Peak concert scheduled for April 19 The Peak-To-Peak Concert Series wraps up its very successful, well-received inaugural season with local favorites Dr.Elizabeth Blades Skinner, soprano and Dr. Margaret Patterson, piano.
Spring runoff in the Estes Valley and surrounding area is slowly beginning to take off, according to officials who are monitoring it closely.
In light of post flood activities and the result of our most recent election, it is clear that indeed our community has embraced the concept of change and diversification.
Daylom Collins, 4, and mom, Tania, of Estes Park enjoy a walk in Thursday morning's sunshin in Stanley Park.
Arapahoe Ridge subdivision, Erie Various locations throughout the Arapahoe Ridge subdivision, corner of Arapahoe Road and 111th Street in Erie, will have construction for storm sewer line installation through early spring.
A flash flood is a dangerous, sudden rise of water along a river or creek, in a canyon or over a stretch of land that is normally dry.
The spotlight is on and the microphone ready for the tenth annual Poetry Cafe sponsored by the Estes Valley Library and Park Elementary School.
Jeff Gamet, The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, will be speaking at the Estes Park Internet Computer User Group on Wednesday, April 16, in Estes Park, Colorado.
High clouds and sunshine start the day in Estes Park on Wednesday. Clouds are expected to thicken and snow may return with a high of 46. Mostly cloudy conditions are expected over the Estes Valley through the mid part of the week as the area could see more rain and snow.
Pictured left to right: training captain Derek Rosenquist, graduates Dennis Lytle, Marc Robinson, Jason Hennig, Nathan Meulener, Eric Carlson, and EVFPD Chief Scott Dorman The Estes Valley Fire Protection District welcomed the addition of five new fire academy graduates on Monday, April 7. These five firefighters graduated from Boulder County ... (more)
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