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Estes Park Gets Cleaner And Greener

By: Doug Fox & Ron Kuhns Estes Park is cleaner and greener this week, thanks to more than 120 volunteers who picked up litter and trash along its major highways, rivers and public parks last weekend. “Rotarians, 16 local Starbucks staff and regional working management, Trailmasters, many community-minded youth and adults, even two dogs and a wild rabbit, took part in the cleanup Saturday morning,” said ...

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Chippewa-The Wonder Horse!

Little baby Chippewa, the young foal who we have been featuring in the EP News, continues to make progress each and every day. According to Dr. Marie Richardson (Dr. C) “For the past 11 weeks I have been with Chippewa at least three times a day with tube feedings. Last weekend, I unfortunately lost a very dear uncle and attended his funeral in Louisiana. I had to be away for three days. Chip still gets tube ...

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Open House Benefit For Long Time Estes Park Resident Kera Normali

Hosted by her Mother, local artist Dawn Normali Kera is 24 years old and an Estes Park High School graduate. Kera needs at least two emergency heart surgeries as she has recently been diagnosed with ASD and SVT which are heart birth defects which must be treated immediately! Kera had her first surgery this week on April 22nd. Like most self employed people, Kera has no health insurance and CICP does not cov ...

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Chippewa Is Learning And Growing Each Day

Little baby Chippewa, the young foal who we have been featuring in the EP News, continues to do well. According to Dr. Marie Richardson (Dr. C) “Last week, in Chip’s update, I wrote about Natural Horsemanship. So I thought that I would touch upon it a bit this week. Everyone has seen the old cowboy movies when someone jumps on a wild horse and “breaks” the horse to ride. This method of training basically ca ...

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Celebrating Earth Day Is Elementary

By: Kris Hazelton David Born is a man with a mission. Although David has worked on various recycling projects in Estes Park in the past, he saw a program on television about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and it moved him to act. Much of our waste today is comprised of plastic that does not biodegrade. This waste accumulates in swirling seas of debris called the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, where plastic t ...

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Town Of Estes Park Celebrates National Volunteer Week April 19-25, 2009

Volunteer Service for the Town of Estes Park Grows in 2008: Milestone Reached The value of volunteer services provided to the Town of Estes Park municipal government reached a milestone in 2008; nearly 600 volunteers donated approximately 55,622 hours to Town departments and related Town activities. These hours reflect a cost savings to taxpayers of nearly $1,126,345.50 which is a $295,766 increase in total ...

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Chippewa Loves His Alfalfa

Little baby Chippewa, the young foal who we have been featuring in the EP News, continues to do well. According to Dr. Marie Richardson (Dr. C) “This week Chip has decided that he really likes alfalfa. For those of you who have felt or seen a horse’s tongue you will understand what I am saying for those of you who have not, let me describe it to you. (Some may think that this is a bit quirky but I promise y ...

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ARD Celebrating 25th Anniversary

Special by Elaine Downing Twenty five years ago, in 1984, several locals gathered and discussed their concerns as well as hopes for the future of Estes Park and formed the Association for Responsible Development (ARD). Among the founders were Rowland Retrum, Enda Mills Kiley, Tom Watts, Seymour Graham, Helen Hondius and Louise Lindsey, just to name a few of these forward thinking citizens. A Celebration and ...

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