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Help Out One In Need, Becky Ramey Needs Your Help

-Estes Park News, Estes Park, Colorado- Our friend and long time Estes Park resident, Becky Ramey, was recently diagnosed with lymphoma. Becky is undergoing chemotherapy treatments and could use some help with medical expenses. Any contributions will be greatly appreciated. There has been a fund set up at the Bank of Colorado, and checks may be mailed to P.O. Box 2560, Estes Park, CO 80517. Account number i ...

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Hermit Park Open Space Welcomes the Public on May 23,

On Friday, May 23, 2008, Larimer County’s newest open space, Hermit Park Open Space will be available for public access! Online and phone-in campground reservations will open at 8:00 a.m., Saturday, May 10, 2008, for 13 camper cabins and 28 campsites. Located about two miles southeast of the town of Estes Park, off of U.S. Highway 36, this 1,362 acre property was once owned by Hewlett Packard and operated f ...

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Junior Girl Scout Troop 725 Completes Bronze Award!

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGVbmDWofc8 The young ladies in Girl Scout Troop 725 has just earned their Bronze Award. The Bronze Award is the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn. It shows she has made a promise to help others, improve her community and world, and become the best she can be. Troop 725 decided they wanted to help children with special needs. They learned about what our local school ...

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The Bears Are Out And They’re Hungry!

By: Kris Hazelton The Colorado Division of Wildlife would like to inform us that the bears are now emerging from hibernation and they extremely hungry. While its early in the season, we want to make sure these opportunistic animals do not turn to some “easy fixes” when searching for food. By learning all we can about these bruins now, we can help avoid human/bear conflicts that may inevitably lead to a bear ...

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Sam Kuster Builds Awesome Shelter At Dog Park

My Boy Scout Troop and I recently built a weather/wind shelter at the Dog Park for my Eagle Project. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the following businesses and people that helped with donations toward my Eagle Project: LaFarge North America Inc., Estes Park Lumber, Park Supply, Estes Rent All, Mountain Concrete, Eldorado Springs Water, Safeway, Poppy’s Pizza and Grill, Ace Hardware, Log Rhy ...

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Identifying Beetle-Killed Trees Key To Stopping Spread

This year’s annual Tree Symposium to be held on May 7 coincides with the time landowners must identify and remove beetle-killed trees before adult beetles fly from them to attack other trees. July 1 has long been considered the start of the beetle flight, but recent studies show that it is occurring earlier. Global climate change and localized weather patterns may be factors that affect flight times. The To ...

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Estes Park Rotary Welcomes Russian Health Care Delegation

Russian Leaders examine Health Fairs in Colorado and enjoy a day in Estes Park Thirty Russian leaders participating in the Library of Congress Open World Program spent April 12-21, 2008 in Colorado examining health fairs. The Rotary Club of Denver and five other Clubs from Rotary District 5450 hosted the delegation in collaboration with 9Health Fair, Colorado’s largest, volunteer-driven non-profit health fa ...

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Honoring Walter Tishma

By: Kris Hazelton Longs Peak legend, Walter Tishma was honored at Good Samaritan Society of Estes Park this week. Nestled into a comfy chair, Walter greeted guests as they arrived and admired his collection of photos and newspaper articles about his extensive climbing history. On display were photographs and the trip logs of his various climbs, mostly of Longs Peak in RMNP. Walter Tishma, truly a man in a l ...

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