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2 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
Spring runoff in the Estes Valley and surrounding area is slowly beginning to take off, according to officials who are monitoring it closely.
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3 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
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.
8 hrs ago | Estes Park Trail-Gazette
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)
This week is National Library Week. From April 13-19 libraries around America will be celebrating how libraries change people's lives.
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."