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Larimer County Adopts Fire Ban

Five days later than last year’s first fire restrictions on April 5, the Board of Larimer County Commissioners today adopted fire restrictions on Open Fires, the Use of Fireworks, and Public Fireworks Displays beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Thursday, April 12, 2012 for the unincorporated areas of Larimer County. The restrictions which are set to expire on May 15, 2012 were adopted in conjunction with expected r ...

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A Bear In Our Crawlspace!

By: Kris Hazelton The black bear who found a nice, cozy place to hibernate this winter, tucked away in a cozy corner of the crawlspace of a local business to sleep away the cold winter months has now left the building! Here is a brief recap for those who might have missed the story from December 30th EP News. Last November, the owner of Range Property Management, Gene Whannel heard sounds coming from the cr ...

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Work Underway On US 34 Safety Improvements

Project scheduled for completion by July 2012 This week, crews from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) began work on a safety improvements project on US 34 at Mall Road in Estes Park. Work will include adding a left turn lane for traffic turning from westbound US 34 to Mall Road, adding and extending culverts to help with drainage, resurfacing the roadway, and adding an acceleration lane for t ...

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With Warmer Weather, Bears Are Waking Up!

By: Kris Hazelton With the warm weather in Estes Park, the bears are beginning to awaken a bit earlier this season and as usual, they’re waking up hungry! The thing to remember is that when they wake up and there is not much natural food for them to eat, they will gravitate toward human food sources. The bears are going to be looking for some quick and easy food sources and that would be garbage cans and du ...

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Who Doesn’t Need A Hug To Remember ?

You won’t forget these hugs! By: Kris Hazelton Have you ever dreamed about getting your greatest idea or invention on the shelves of the world’s largest retailer? Local entrepreneur Jean Welch sure has. She learned last month that Walmart announced that they were holding an “American Idol”-style contest to give shelf space to new products. Contestants were to create online videos of their inventions, and th ...

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