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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. 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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Family That Lost All Belongings In Fire Needs Your Help

It’s a sad and tragic story. Tina Brown, her 15 year old son Casey and her boyfriend Clinton lost everything they owned to a fire at their cabin in Glen Haven last weekend. The family is now in desperate need of clothing, funds and a place to live. Can you please help out? The cause of the fire is still under investigation but all of the family’s belongings were destroyed in this terrible fire. Tina works a ...

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“What’s Wrong With This Picture?”

By: John Meissner In 1992, as Estes Park prepared for its 75th birthday, a large number of commemorative plaques and monuments were placed in downtown open spaces and on historic buildings. While most of the information incorporated on the markers was accurate, some of the dates and locations were grossly inaccurate. With the advent of easily searchable electronic databases, it is clear that, in some cases, ...

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Chelsi Rose Crowned Colorado Junior Teen

Miss Chelsi Rose, age 16 daughter of Eric and Lori Rose of Estes Park has been selected to represent Colorado at the 2010 Miss American Junior Teen Pageant. As the Colorado Junior Teen, Chelsi will be attending the National Pageant for her age group in Florida and Disney World during the week of Thanksgiving 2010. She will compete for the National Pageant title of Miss American Junior Teen and thousands of ...

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New Tricky Trails Travel Game Now Available

Two retired school teachers have a company called “Tricky Trails Travel Games.” The games are sold in and around National Parks. They are multi-generational games and great for playing on picnics. The revised Rocky National Park Game was completed last summer and now they just completed a game for The Yellowstone National Park. Connie Dedon, a local resident and Jean Krause, a resident of Greeley and Gould, ...

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Harvest House For Women: A Place Of Hope Needs Your Help

For 39 years, Harvest House for Women in Estes Park has been providing help for women who have fought drug, alcohol, and other addictions and are ready to begin life anew. Now it’s Harvest House’s turn to ask for help. The nonprofit, 501(c)(3) ministry has found itself short on the donations that provide food, a home, and life-altering love and support for women and their children. The economy has redirecte ...

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