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Larimer County Officials Warn Flood Survivors To Be Wary Of Potential Scams

Larimer County officials are warning homeowners to be wary of possible scams targeting flood survivors. Larimer County Chief Building Official Eric Fried has heard from several flood survivors who were approached by people offering demolition services or utility call-backs who provided inaccurate or misleading information about their property’s flood status. “People have told us they were notified their hom ...

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Handouts Harm, Don’t Help, Wildlife

Winter is here and that means animals will have to search a little harder for food. Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants to remind people that the best way to help hungry animals is to let them find their next meal on their own. "People may mean well, but those who feed deer do more harm than good," said Kevin Madler, a Colorado Parks and Wildlife officer in Walsenburg. A law passed in 1992 makes it illegal to ...

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Estes Park Police Report

The charge(s) are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty. On January 19 at 3:22 p.m. police received a tip on a warrant suspect at 1120 Big Thompson Ave. Upon investigating, police arrested a 33 year old female from Craig, CO on three warrants, failure to comply, unlawful possession of a Schedule 2 substance and forgery/theft. She was transported to Larime ...

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Estes Valley Community Services Coalition Meeting

The Estes Valley Community Services Coalition will be meeting Wednesday, February 5, 2014, from 9:00-10:30 a.m. at The Town Hall Room #202. The Coalition meetings are open to all health and human service organizations serving the Estes Valley. You are invited and encouraged to attend and be a part of this group as it shares information and resources to address the needs and opportunities for this community. ...

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Town Preparing To Unveil New Estes Park Events Complex

The Town of Estes Park has been working for months on the new addition to their event facilities. Dubbing the former fairgrounds as the Estes Park Events Complex, Town staff is preparing to unveil the new Estes Park Event Center and Pavilion (formerly known as the Multi-Purpose Event Center, or MPEC, and stall barn). The new facilities are expected to open in May and will add large-scale, indoor event space ...

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Community Reinvestment Sales Tax-Frequently Asked Questions

by Frank Lancaster - Town Administrator  By now, hopefully you and your neighbors know the Town will go to the voters April 1 with a proposal to fund community improvements you’ve requested. I’d like to take this opportunity to answer some of the common questions about this “Community Reinvestment” proposal. If you have more questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me, the Mayor or any of the Trustees, o ...

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Overnight Closure of US 34 in Big Thompson Canyon

US 34 in the Big Thompson Canyon will close at Idlewild Lane Wednesday January 29th at 9 p.m., until Thursday, January 30 at 3 a.m.to accommodate the replacement of the Idlewild Lane bridge girders over the Big Thompson River. The overnight closure location is at mile marker 78, roughly two miles east of Drake. This is a complete closure and no through traffic will be allowed. There will be lane closures in ...

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Squatch or Not?

Many of you may remember our story from last February about Ken Collins, local Bigfoot investigator who came to us with evidence of a possible Bigfoot in our area. Ken is back with what he thinks is more proof of this mysterious creature. Just last week, Ken was walking in the Spirit Mountain area, doing what he loves to do, “Go Squatchin,’” (meaning looking for evidence of a Bigfoot-like creature). Ken tol ...

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