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The charge(s) are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. On March 6 at 3:10 p.m. police were called for a robbery that had just taken place at 103 W. Elkhorn Ave. The suspect, a male, approximately six feet tall and 150 pounds was wearing black clothing and a ski mask, fled the crime scene and was last seen running south on Moraine Ave. The Estes Park Pol ...

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Vehicle Tumbles Into Big Thompson River

Shortly before noon on Tuesday, March 6, 2012 an apparent east bound SUV vehicle lost control while driving and tumbled violently into the Big Thompson River near Mile Marker 69. Estes Valley Fire District personal, the Estes Park Dive Team and Larimer County Sheriff’s officers responded. Bob’s Towing recovered the vehicle from the scene. EP NEWS/ Gary Hazelton ...

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The Buck Starts Here At Estes Valley Library

Over the last few years, the Estes Valley Library has increased its focus on money-related resources. For example, the Library launched a successful two-year initiative to promote financial literacy, from basic money management to personal finance. “Common Cents Counts” has been sustained through grant funds. The Library continues to be a valuable resource for those who want to improve their financial stand ...

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Bond Park Redevelopment To Continue

The Town of Estes Park has hired Chroma Design to design and manage the construction for the 2012 redevelopment work in Bond Park. Public input will be sought on the proposed design during the spring, and construction is tentatively planned for October of 2012. This year’s redevelopment of Bond Park will include some of the features outlined in Phase Five of the Bond Park Master Plan. They include the south ...

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New Features Coming To Library’s Computer Catalog

On February 1, the Estes Valley Library will launch a new version of its online catalog, offering patrons—both in the library and at home—an array of new features for easier searching and browsing. The new software takes advantage of many online innovations of the last decade, complete with moving images, interactive features, and a more “Google-like” display of search results. A special Library workshop on ...

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Winter Work Advised In Battle Against Pine Beetles

Winter is an ideal time to protect neighborhood trees by removing pines that were infested by mountain pine beetles this past summer and fall, according to Town of Estes Park Public Works Director Scott Zurn. “It should be evident which trees were attacked by the entry holes and pitch tubes beetles cause making their way into the trees,” Zurn stated. Pitch tubes look like wads of bubble gum or pieces of pop ...

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April 3 Election Will Determine Four Seats On Town Board Of Trustees

The Town of Estes Park is preparing for an election for four seats on the Board of Trustees, including that of the Mayor. In the April 3 mail ballot-only election, voters will determine who will occupy seats currently held by Mayor Bill Pinkham and Trustees Chuck Levine, John Ericson and Jerry Miller. Chuck Levine is term-limited, while the other three incumbents are eligible to run for an additional four-y ...

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Town Board Submits Comments To WAPA

The Town of Estes Park will submit a list of comments, in the form of the attached resolution, for Western Area Power Administration to consider during the scoping period for the proposed Estes-Flatiron Transmission Rebuild Project.  We understand that this proposed project is in its earliest stages and we appreciate the opportunity to comment. RESOLUTION NO.  18-11 A RESOLUTION TO CONSIDER COMMENTS FOR WES ...

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