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Town Working To Restore Power In Glen Haven And The Retreat

Town of Estes Park Light & Power is working to clear trees and create 4x4 access in Glen Haven along North Fork and Fox Creek Roads so that infrastructure can be stabilized and power can be restored in those areas. The Town is also working with a contractor to determine how to safely build another 4x4 access road from Glen Haven to The Retreat in order to restore power to The Retreat. Due to the instabi ...

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EPMC Appoints New CEO

At a special meeting held Tuesday, October 1, 2013, the Park Hospital District Board of Directors announced the appointment of Brian Herwig as Chief Executive Officer of Estes Park Medical Center. For the past six months, the Park Hospital District Board of Directors and an appointed search team diligently evaluated candidates that emerged from a nationwide search. Once the search was narrowed down to numer ...

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Help The Glen Haven General Store Bring Back The Cinnamon Rolls

The Glen Haven General Store, a long-standing resource in a small community north of Estes Park for approximately 100 years, was severely damaged in the floods that hit the front range a couple of weeks ago. It so happens that this business is owned by my brother and his wife, who have operated it for 33 years. This isn’t the first time Steve & Becky have been involved in this task - the store was sever ...

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CDOT Announces Estimated Reopening Dates for Several Highways

Following the selection of four contractors earlier this week as well as continued work by Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) maintenance crews, the National Guard and other contractors, CDOT has announced estimated opening dates for many highways. The ultimate goal is to complete temporary or permanent repairs to restore mobility on these state highway routes by December 1, 2013. The total cost o ...

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Share Your Story At “Flood Tales”

One of the first steps in the recovery process from any natural disaster is documentation and sharing of stories of heroism, rescue and survival. The fabric of the community will only be made stronger by exchanging first-hand accounts of the brave and courageous responses to the events unfolding all around us two weeks ago. If you are safe and can spare a few minutes away from clean-up, we would love to hea ...

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Mountain Strong

by Sarah Holdt Mountain Strong. That’s the new mantra for Estes Park. I like it. It expresses our resilience, our community fortitude, our united front, and our—uh—buoyancy. Mountain Strong doesn’t come across as a promotion, as a spotlight on commerce or a branding term. It’s not meant for outsiders, visitors, magazine ads or billboards. It’s for us. Mountain Strong is our own way of saying that, as neighb ...

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Flood Clean-Up Assistance Now Available

Larimer County residents who need help cleaning their homes and/or removing flood debris can now register for assistance. Many nonprofit organizations from across the United States are arriving in Larimer County to help with flood clean-up and recovery. United Way 2-1-1 will serve as the central registration point for clean-up assistance. Residents can register in person or over the phone to be placed on th ...

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