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Habitat For Humanity Seeking Volunteers

Once again, Habitat for Humanity of Estes Valley is about the start a fine new home for a local deserving family and is in need of volunteers and cash to finish the project. Habitat for Humanity hopes that many can join them by considering volunteering, contributing cash or even “adopting” a part of the project as some organizations have done in other locations. Small groups of volunteers are most needed bu ...

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Elkhorn Lodge Ski Adventure Park Redevelopment Proposal

WEB ONLY FEATURE The following notes are taken while present at the town meeting by: Tricia King. They are not verbatim or part of the committee presenting the proposal,  points pertain to overall flow and progress of this proposal. Frank Thiese - A resident of Estes Park for 12 years and knowledgeable in old historic renovation/preservation of buildings. Points presented by Frank: • Read a statement by Bil ...

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Questions Answered: Proposed Historic Preservation Ordinance

By: Estes Park Historian Laureate Jim Pickering January 21, 2011 The citizen-led Historic Preservation Ordinance Committee is seeking citizen feedback on a draft voluntary historic preservation ordinance for Estes Park. The ordinance would help to better document and preserve the unique character and history of Estes Park by allowing Town property owners who wish to participate to have their homes and busin ...

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First Baby Of 2011 Welcomed At Estes Park Medical Center

By: Kerrie Hill, EPMC The Hicks family welcomed Levi Zerek on January 7, 2011 to the world just days after the start of the new year. Levi joins two sisters Jenika, age four, and Mya, age two who were also born at Estes Park Medical Center. Levi was born at 11:45 pm and weighed 7 pounds, 1.2 ounces and was 20 inches long! He was delivered and attended by Dr. Martin Koschnitzke and the New Life Center nursin ...

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Questions Answered: Proposed Historic Preservation Ordinance

By: Estes Park Historian Laureate Jim Pickering January 14, 2011 The citizen-led Historic Preservation Ordinance Committee is seeking citizen feedback on a draft voluntary historic preservation ordinance for Estes Park. The ordinance would help to better document and preserve the unique character and history of Estes Park by allowing Town property owners who wish to participate to have their homes and busin ...

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Crime Stoppers Seeks Information

Late night on Tuesday, December 28, 2010, an Estes Park business was burglarized. Please see the attached surveillance images of the suspect. The suspect is described as a white male with facial hair, standing approximately 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet tall and weighing approximately 200 to 240 pounds. If you recognize the suspect or have any information related to the burglary, please call the Estes Park Pol ...

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MacGregor Ranch: Counting Their Top Ten Blessings From 2010

By: Michelle Hurni As the last page of the 2010 calendar counts down to 2011, historic MacGregor Ranch recaps their top 10 blessings of 2010 and thanks the Estes Park community for their ongoing support. 10. MacGregorRanch.org is being updated, complete with 360 degree video views from each season. The website showcases the stewardship at the Ranch, as eloquently written about by Jonas Feinstein, State Fore ...

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Third Quarter Visitor Survey Results Are Released

More than half of all who visited Estes Park in July, August and September were first time visitors according to third quarter results from a year-round study of visitation that was released this week. Other information being collected from the study includes how much people spend while here and demographics such as level of education and household income. Among the measurements provided by the study are th ...

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