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Torres Family Thanks Community

Lexis and I wanted to thank you for all the cards, calls, casseroles, gifts, donations, thoughts and prayers. What a wonderful community to be a part of. The support we have received has helped and continues to help us through the most difficult time of our lives. We couldn’t do it without you. Thank you, thank you, and thank you. From January to July Lexi completed six rounds of chemo and three weeks of da ...

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Stanley Ghost Stories Reprinted

The Stanley Museum has revised and reprinted "Stanley Ghost Stories" by Susan S. Davis. Originally published in 2005 and out-of-print, the new edition revisits many of the ghost stories associated with the Stanley Hotel and adds new information on F.O. & Flora Stanley, who are forever connected with the hotel that bears their name. The new book is being released in stores in time for Halloween and the r ...

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New Book On Longs Peak Scottish Irish Festival

Estes Park’s Historian Laureate, Dr. James H. Pickering, has written a new book, Estes Park’s Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival: The First 35 Years, The Memoirs of Jim Durward as told by Dr. James Durward, founder of the festival. In this book Dr. Durward recounts the history of the Scottish- Irish Festival, explains how the Durwards came to be involved, and recalls some of the many trials and tri ...

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Visit Estes Park Allocates Funds For Increased Advertising Of Estes Park

A fully integrated marketing push to communicate the message that Estes Park continues to be a favorite Colorado mountain vacation spot has been launched by Visit Estes Park. The program includes radio commercials, television ads, internet placements, social media and public relations efforts. “Even before the Woodland Heights fire, Estes Park businesses were faced with guests and customers concerned about ...

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Estes Park Visitors Center Sees Record Visitors

Since opening its doors in 2006, the Estes Park Visitor Center has become one of the most popular stops in town. The numbers speak for themselves. In its first full year of operation, the Visitor Center staff and the Ambassadors greeted 232,169 people. By comparison, just five years later in 2011, more than 400,000 visitors walked through the facility’s doors to ask questions and get information about local ...

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Free Counseling For Fire Victims

Free individual, family and group counseling is being offered by a local Licensed Professional Counselor to all Estes Residence who have lost their home in the Woodland Heights Fire. Karin has over 15 years experience as a counselor specializing in relationships, trauma, grief and loss as well as family and child therapy. For more information or to sign up call Karin at 970-567-9781.   ...

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Regarding 4th of July Fireworks In EP

Recognizing the high fire danger throughout the state, on Thursday, June 14, 2012 Gov. John W. Hickenlooper issued an order banning open burning in Colorado. View the Executive Order - Ban on Open Burning in the State of Colorado. Included in the order is an exemption for municipal fireworks displays where specific written approval has been granted by the sheriff of the county in which the fireworks display ...

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Public Invited To Provide Input On Transit And Parking Enhancements In Bond Park

The Town of Estes Park, in conjunction with Rocky Mountain National Park, the Colorado Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, is conducting the Estes Valley Transit and Parking Enhancement Study. The study is evaluating opportunities to reduce congestion in the Estes Valley by encouraging the use of alternative transportation systems designed to improve visitor experience and p ...

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