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Westbound U.S. 34 was closed going into Estes Park on Monday morning due to a police standoff with a man who "may be armed and suicidal" at a lodge on the eastern edge of the mountain town, according to the Larimer County Sheriff. As of 1:50 p.m., deputies were still attempting to make contact with the man, who they said was barricaded inside the Olympus Motor Lodge, which is just off U.S. 34 and less than a half mile east of Lake Estes. Comment?
Rangers in Rocky Mountain National Park were into their third day Thursday of searching for a man after he said he was planning to walk across Trail Ridge Road despite its high altitude and wintry conditions. Jay Starr Jr., 34, of Cohoes, N.Y., entered the park on foot Monday and said he was going to walk westbound on the highest continuous paved road in the U.S. that is closed to vehicles in the winter, park officials said. Comment?
The Boulder County Sheriff's Department is asking for the public's help in tracking down two alleged Estes Park bank robbery suspects. The incident happened just before 5 p.m. on Jan. 21. An employee at the Bank of Estes Park, located in Niwot Market, called 9-1-1 saying two men had entered the bank and demanded money. Comment?
It's a special time of year in Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park when mid-September arrives. The elk are abundant and the sounds of their bugling echo for miles around, it seems. Comment?
The Colorado Department of Transportation says work on US 36 near Lyons, which was badly damaged by flooding last September, is almost completely repaired. "We have one stretch of the roadway near Pine Junction, which should be done by months end," said Don Hunt CDOT Director. Comment?
Two disturbances will move into the state out of Utah to produce the rains that will be heavy and slow-moving. Comment?
With the threat of heavy rains in the forecast Tuesday into Wednesday, Lyons and other communities in the foothills that were devastated by September's record flooding, are preparing. Comment?
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