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Credit Card Fraud Increasing In Larimer County

The Larimer County Sheriff's Office has experienced an increase in the number of reports of credit card fraud recently. It is not yet clear what is causing this increase but a formal investigation is underway. The Sheriff reminds citizens to be cautious when sharing personal information, especially when responding to emails or text messages. Banks and financial institutions usually will not request your per ...

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KRBR Says “Good-Bye”

The staff at KRBR would like the thank our loyal listeners, show hosts, supporters, friends, and neighbors for all their support and encouragement. Unfortunately, it was just not enough. The station has been unplugged as of Monday, Oct. 17th. We are very sorry for this decision. It was out of our hands. To our supporters and hosts we want to say that we are extremely sorry for the interruption to the schedu ...

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Town Administrator Jacquie Halburnt Announces Her Departure

In a letter written October 11 to Mayor Bill Pinkham and the Board of Trustees, Estes Park Town Administrator Jacquie Halburnt announced that her last day with the Town will be December 31, 2011. Halburnt thanked the board for the opportunity to serve the Town Board, staff and citizens of Estes Park. “I’m committed to being part of the team through the end of the year,” she said. “After that, I look forward ...

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Reliance Fire Museum To Host Free Open House Sept. 17th

The Reliance Fire Museum has been a gently guarded secret in the Estes Park community for many years. It is the place where old fire engines come to get a breath of new life, as they are restored to new condition for their owners: collectors, cities and fire fighter associations. It is also a place that a fine collection of old trucks now make their permanent homes. Beginning this month, the Reliance Fire M ...

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Overturned Truck On Highway 34 Closes Canyon For Several Hours

On Wednesday, July 13 both lanes of U.S. 34 were closed in the canyon near mile marker 65 after an accident involving a semi truck transporting hay. The canyon was closed for several hours while emergency personnel attended to the truck driver, uprighted the truck and cleaned up any fluid that had spilled on the highway from the vehicle. At approximately 10:45 a.m., one lane of U.S. 34 was reopened as CDOT ...

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“History On Call” Cell Phone Tour Of Downtown Estes Park

History on Call, a cell phone tour with historical information of downtown Estes Park will begin this Saturday, June 25. Residents and visitors can access five signs advertising each stop of the tour along the free shuttle bus route. Each sign will prompt the listener to dial the local telephone number, enter the stop number, and listen to a recorded interpretation of the historical sites in their view. The ...

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Estes Park Free Shuttles Hit The Road

The Town of Estes Park’s Free Shuttles launch for the sixth season, offering visitors and residents convenient, environmentally responsible transportation. Originating at the Estes Park Visitor Center, 500 Big Thompson Avenue, shuttles transport riders to more than 40 stops throughout Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. Operating daily from June 25 through September 11, shuttles make it convenient ...

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Town Opens Sand Facility For Residents To Fill Own Bags

Preparations Continue For Possible High Rivers Estes Park’s rivers and streams are running swiftly as warm temperatures have spurred the annual snowmelt in the high country. The Big Thompson and Fall Rivers are still flowing well within their banks, with approximately 50% more capacity available before any minor issues would be evident. Citizens should stay safely away from the swift water. If precautionary ...

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