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Road Realignment Project Begins With Public Outreach, Environmental Study

Recognizing that congestion for all modes of travel is a continuing issue within downtown Estes Park, the Town initiated an outreach process in Spring of 2013 to understand the community's priorities for improving transportation, as well as its interest in seeing the Town pursue a potential major funding opportunity. The public weighed in on several transportation-related project options, one of which was t ...

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Support The Glen Haven Area Volunteer Fire Department

Don’t miss the fun Saturday morning, July 19, in Glen Haven. The GHAVFD and Auxiliary will host the annual Pancake Breakfast from 7:00 a.m. to noon at the new Glen Haven Firehouse. Besides all-you-can-eat pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, juice and coffee will be served. The cost is $6 for adults and $4 for children over 5. GHAVFD has received many generous donations for the silent auction and raffle that ...

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Meet Me @ The Museum-Exploring The Birch Ruins & Cabin July 7

On Monday, July 7 hit the trail with the Curator of Education and visit the Birch Ruins and Cabin located at the Knoll-Willows Open Space. Meet at the dirt parking lot south of the Stanley Historic District on Wonderview Avenue at 1:00 p.m. Parking is limited, so please carpool if possible. The Curator will first lead the group to the Ruins and explain the history of the burned-down bungalow, then lead a hi ...

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Estes Park Film Festival Announces 7 Nations Benefit Concert At Historic Park Theatre

 The Estes Park Film Festival is proud to sponsor the historic Park Theatre in downtown Estes Park with a very special live concert of Seven Nations. This is the Historic Park Theatre’s 101st season and they need to get the neon lights fixed on the tower. They want to relight all the neon lights on the tower. The historic Park Theatre is the oldest operating motion picture theatre in the United States that ...

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Town Hires Gregory Muhonen To Serve As New Public Works Director

The Town of Estes Park has hired Gregory Muhonen to serve as its new Public Works Director. Muhonen will begin work in Estes Park July 28. Town Administrator Frank Lancaster commented, "Greg's extensive experience and dedication to his work will make him a valuable asset to the Town of Estes Park." An outdoor enthusiast and resident of the mountains between Estes Park and Loveland for over 17 years, Muhonen ...

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Almost Time To Paint Estes Pink! Join In The Fun!

Join the Estes Park News and other local businesses in support of those fighting cancer and cancer survivors by participating in Paint Estes Pink! Paint Estes Pink is a community-wide effort to raise awareness and funds for the EPMC oncology department. The fun will take place during the week of July 5-9, 2014. Watch as the Stanley Hotel is illuminated pink after the sun sets and browse downtown Estes Park ...

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The 28th Annual Lake Estes Fishing Derby Winners List

The 28th Annual Lake Estes Fishing Derby – June 7, 2014 – was enjoyed by 160 people, ages six months-75 years.   Many locals as well as visitors enjoyed a free fishing weekend. 0-9 FEMALE 1. Anais Borst -Loveland, CO 1lb. 5oz., 16” 2. Mackenzie Francis- Estes Park, CO 1lb. 4oz., 15 ½” 3. Briella Yager- Fort Collins, CO 1lb 3oz., 15 ½” 4. Savannah Newcomb -Mead, CO 12oz., 13 ¼” 5. Natalie Bogart  - Northglen ...

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American Cancer Society Fundraising Dog Walk This Saturday

The oldest and original Estes Park Dog Walk in support of the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life takes place this Saturday, June 14th from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. We will begin at the dog park and will walk east to west around the lake. However, due to elk calving season, we will not be able to walk the entire route so, we are asking dog owners to turn around and walk back to the dog park. We will hav ...

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