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Join In The Plastic Bag Challenge

By: Irene Little “Give our school a chance to win $10,000 worth of solar panels. Take part in the Reusable Bag Challenge. Bring your own bags to all the stores in town and have them counted,” says Irene Little, co-chair of the League of Women Voters and Community Recycling Committee. The Reusable Bag Challenge is now in full swing. On March 1, 2009 CAST (the Colorado Association of Ski Towns) started the ch ...

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Motor Vehicle Licensing Fees Have Gone Up

New legislation became effective June 1st that requires Colorado motor vehicle owners to pay a late fee on delinquent registrations. This late fee is assessed at $25 per month up to a maximum of $100. The late fee applies to: • Renewals past the one-month grace period • Expired temporary permits • New vehicles not registered within 60 days of purchase • Vehicles not registered within 90 days of owner becomi ...

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Supporters Of The Performing Arts

The weekly column about the new Performing Arts Center (PAC) for Estes park is meant to be a two way street. You are invited to participate in these question and answers by submitting a thought or question you would like to have answered. If you would like clarification or more elucidation on details of a subject that you know something about but that is still of concern to you, you may submit that as well. ...

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Poppy’s Restaurant Hosts Saturday Fundraiser For Victim Advocates

As you read this at least two women in the U.S. are being beaten or attacked. Each hour there are more than 300 daughters being harassed or abused by their partner. Today over 3,000 women, in the United States, will be physically assaulted by someone they know. Would you know what to do in situations like these? Stranger attacks are only part of the problem of women’s safety. Most attacks and abuse on women ...

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Chippewa Goes On A Field Trip

“Chip goes to school,” sounds a lot like the title for a children’s book but in fact this week that is exactly what he did. Chippewa took a trip over the elementary school for a visit with the preschoolers, the kindergarteners, and the first graders. Oh and a few curious teachers made their way out to see him also. They had some wonderful questions. Chip really enjoyed their attention. He also took a ride o ...

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Show You Care And Leave Them There!

By: Kris Hazelton What brightens spring for most of us, seeing all of the newborn wild animals, can cause problems for Colorado Division of Wildlife personnel. They know the price some of these tiny creatures will pay when well-intentioned people remove them from the wild. As people venture outside in the warmer weather, they may find newborn wildlife in their yards, along trails, or in open space areas. As ...

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