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First Ever Tinsel Tavern Tour Saturday, December 14th!

dThe first annual Tinsel Tavern Tour takes place this Saturday, December 14, 2013 from 7-11 p.m. Don your favorite Christmas apparel or an ugly Christmas sweater for the Tinsel Tavern Tour! Starting at the kick-off party at The Estes Park Resort, enjoy live entertainment, appetizers and merriment before stepping onto the Elkhorn Express Trolley and head to a line-up of favorite Estes Park Taverns. Tickets i ...

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No More “No Flush Zones!”

Great news! Upper Thompson Sanitation District has completed the temporary sewer connection at Whispering Pines, which completes the temporary pipeline. Please contact Upper Thompson Sanitation with any questions or concerns.   ...

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Bicycle Access On Highways Limited

With the reopening of State Highway 7 between Lyons and Raymond today, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has repaired and reopened all of the state highways between the Front Range and the mountains that were damaged during the September floods. However, CDOT is temporarily restricting bicyclists from riding the following, recently repaired highways, to maintain safety for riders and motorist ...

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Donation To Crossroads From Mountain Strong Song

This week, Gail James, composer of the new Mountain Strong song gave a $500 donation to Crossroads Ministry from the sale of the Mountain Strong CD's. In the picture are, from left to right, Kevin Dennis, (Dennis-Tobias Band) Brad Fitch, ( Gail James, (composer of song, Mountain Strong) Virgil Good (executive director of Crossroads), and John Roehl, (president of the board of Crossroads Minis ...

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US 34/36 Estes Park Intersection Project Update

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will restart an intersection upgrade project in Estes Park on Wednesday, November 20, 2013. The project will improve the safety of the intersection by installing new traffic signals, new pedestrian cross walks and ADA compliant curb ramps. The old poles and signals were built in the 1960’s. They will be upgraded to current CDOT standards which will provide gr ...

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Advisory of Traffic Impact on US 36

Maintenance crews from the Colorado Department of Transportation will be repairing and repaving sections of US 36 between Lyons and Estes Park this week. The paving activity will require single lane closures Tuesday, November 19 through Thursday, November 21 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. One lane of the highway will remain open to alternating traffic and flaggers will direct motorists through the work zon ...

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Town Board Kills Lot 4 Vote

At its November 12 meeting, the Estes Park Town Board voted not to accept a proposed contract from the Grand Heritage Hotel Group, LLC (the Stanley) for the purchase of Lot 4 in the Stanley Historic District for the proposed Stanley Anschutz Wellness Center. Therefore, no special election will be set for December. All outstanding applications for the project have been officially withdrawn, and the December ...

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Westley Family Still Needs Our Help!

Drunk driver gets off easy, injured family still in need Four months after the Westley family was hit by a drunk driver after celebrating July 4th, the drunk driver who hit them is offered a plea bargain. On July 4th, Greg Westley watched the fireworks in Grand Lake, CO with his wife and eight kids. While walking back to their car along Highway 34, Greg and four family members were hit. Greg died at the sce ...

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