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Joe Evans Book Signing “Death, Despair And Second Chances In Rocky Mountain National Park”

In the national park, in the last couple weeks, rangers have responded to a hiker fall with injuries on Longs Peak; a plane crash in upper Forest Canyon; a hiker sustaining injuries while sliding down a snowfield near Lost Lake; two snow and ice climbers fell with injuries near Ptarmigan Glacier, and a hiker fatality on Longs Peak. Could any of these accidents have been prevented with better planning and aw ...

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Incident Near Mills Glacier In Rocky Mountain National Park

At 2:23 p.m. on Saturday, July 17, park rangers were notified of an incident on Stettner's Ledges near Mills Glacier on Longs Peak in Rocky Mountain National Park. William Esposito, 27, from Boulder, Colorado, was on a technical climb and took a 20 foot lead fall. He seriously injured both ankles. Two park rangers were on a backcountry patrol near the summit of Longs Peak. They reached the man at 4:53 p.m. ...

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“Two Gun Junction”, Three Final Performances

The classical melodrama is part of Estes Park Repertoire Theatre Company's Second Season. The Western style buffet dinner theatre production begins with dinner at 6:00 p.m. followed by the show at 7:00 p.m. Adult tickets for the dinner and show are $26 each or a couple for $50. Tickets for the show only are $12 each or a couple for $20. Children 12 and under are $10 for the dinner and show or $5 for the sho ...

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Watch Out! Beetle-Killed Trees And Green Trees Are Falling Across Roads And Trails

From The Rocky Mountain Region Bark Beetle Incident Management Organization Forest Service officials are warning visitors to watch out for falling trees.  Beetle-killed trees that are already at risk of falling because of rotting roots may be even more likely to fall due to rain-saturated soils. Green trees may also fall much easier due to wet conditions. Wind, and especially high winds elevate the danger e ...

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Wanted: Cancer Suvivors And Caregivers

“You have stage 4 non-Hodgkinʼs Lymphoma. It has spread from your lymph nodes to your lungs, liver, spleen, stomach and intestines.” With those words from the doctors at EPMC in 2007, my life and my family changed forever. My name is Gary Cahill and along with my daughter, Katrina, we are the Event Chairs for the Estes Park Relay for Life. Thanks to faith, family, friends, the medical community and my wife ...

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Rooftop Rodeo Video

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaLEW_89s_o&playnext_from=TL&videos=rS1HgbpTjlU&feature=sub Dust off your cowboy hat and polish those spurs! The 2010 Rooftop Rodeo continues through the weekend. There will be exciting PRCA Rodeo performances at 7:30 each evening continuing through Sunday, July 11th at The Fairgrounds at Stanley Park. The Midway opens nightly at 5:30 p.m. Don't miss the mechanica ...

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Rooftop Rodeo In Estes Park

Dust off your cowboy hat and polish those spurs! The 2010 Rooftop Rodeo will kick off with a colorful parade at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 6th in downtown Estes Park. There will be six exciting PRCA Rodeo performances at 7:30 each evening beginning Tuesday and continuing through Sunday, July 11th at The Fairgrounds at Stanley Park. The Midway opens nightly at 5:30 p.m. Don't miss the mechanical bucking bull, ...

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