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Marys Lake Bridge Replacement To Cause Road Closure Through May

On Monday, February 2, 2009, Larimer County will close Mary’s Lake Road (County Road 67) in Estes Park from Riverside Drive to Highway 36 to through traffic, to begin construction of Project No. 268 – Replacement of Bridge No. 67-0.2-67E Over the Big Thompson River. Hamon Contractors, Inc., of Denver, has been awarded this construction contract. Detour Route: Riverside Drive, Crags Drive, Moraine Ave. Work ...

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Students Chosen To League Honor Band

Seventeen members of the Estes Park High School Band were chosen as members of the Patriot League Honor Band. In addition, eight more members of the band were chosen to the League Honor Ensembles. The Honor Band and Ensembles will present a concert on Monday, January 26 at 7:00 p.m. in the Union Colony Civic Center in Greeley. Students will rehearse all day with guest directors and will present a concert th ...

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Slash Pile Burning Today 1/27/09

From Public Affairs Specialist, Reghan Cloudman Canyon Lakes Ranger District Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests & Pawnee National Grassland Recent snowy conditions are allowing firefighters to burn many of the slash piles on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District created as part of multiple fuels reduction projects. Below is the list of areas planned for today, 1/27/09: Estes Valley Slash Pile Burning U.S ...

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Town Water Has No Lead Or Copper In Its Source Water Or Distribution Lines

Customers of the Town Estes Park water system recently received educational information regarding the potential health risk of lead in drinking water. It is important for Estes Park residents to understand that there is no lead in the source water used for treatment and there is no lead in the water being supplied to customers through our distribution system. The Town of Estes Park water system consists of ...

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Climber Stranded On Lumpy Ridge Rescued

On Friday evening, January 16, at 5:30 p.m., park dispatch were notified about a stranded climber in the Lumpy Ridge area of Rocky Mountain National Park.  A seventeen-year-old female from Estes Park, Colorado, was climbing with friends.  Another juvenile friend called dispatch via cell phone and reported that the female was 200 feet above the ground and unable to climb up or down.  She had no climbing equi ...

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