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U.S. 34 Closed Now Through February 14th For Bridge Replacement

The first full closure of US 34 just east of Estes Park began on Wednesday, February 3rd and will continue through Sunday, February 14th, weather permitting. The closure is necessary to allow the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) to replace the first of two bridges on US 34 in the Big Thompson Canyon. Both structures are steel truss bridges that were constructed in 1937 and are in poor condition. ...

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Rotary Club Of Estes Park Responds To Haiti Earthquake

By: Kris    Hazelton A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the Caribbean island of Haiti on Tuesday, January 12 with another 5.9 aftershock striking again on January 21. Reports now state that at least 200,000 people are dead while an estimated two million people have been left homeless. Where are these people going to live? Are you looking for a way to help out those in need in Haiti? You can join the Rotary C ...

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Bright Christmas Celebrates 25th Anniversary

By: Kris Hazelton Bright Christmas has been helping Estes Park area needy families provide a wonderful Christmas for their children for the last 25 years. This week, the many dedicated volunteers distributed mounds of toys, gifts, clothing and food to families in need this holiday season. Through Bright Christmas, local churches, organizations, families, club members or businesses “adopt” a family and purch ...

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Estes Park’s Grand Ole Christmas Begins This Weekend

At Grand Ole Christmas this weekend and next weekend, there will be some good old fashioned fun for the entire family! Folks will enjoy holiday shopping galore, photos with Santa, free holiday movies at Reel Mountain Theater, strolling carolers and Christmas characters, a High Tea at the historic Crags Lodge, roasted chestnuts, horse-drawn carriage rides and entertainment galore. Grand Ole Christmas is spon ...

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Get Ready For The Fifth Annual Holiday Lighting Contest

It's time for the Town of Estes Park's Fifth Annual HolidayLighting Contest sponsored by the Town of Estes Park, The Ambassadors and the Estes Park News. The lighting contest is open to all residents of the Estes Valley and will be a fun event that will brighten up our community and bring people together! This exciting contest was started by former Mayor John Baudek who thought it would be a great idea to b ...

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Come one…Come All To The Community Thanksgiving Feast

By: Steve Misch This is your “official invitation” to join us Thanksgiving Day to celebrate our 9th Annual Thanksgiving Community Feast. Food, fun, entertainment and the spirit of the community. The “feast” will be located at the Williams Center of the Mountain View Fellowship Church Bldg. at Peak View and Hwy 7. We will serve you from 11:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. This “Feast” is open to all members of the Es ...

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Granny May Arena Gets A “Fresh” Lease On Life

Although titled a demolition project, the removal of the Granny May Arena was more of a deconstruction and reuse effort. Through the combined efforts of Thorpe Associates Architects, EPURA, the Town of Estes Park, and general contactor Cornerstone Construction Concepts, Inc. 98% of the gross weight of the grandstand building was either reused or recycled, making the project arguably the greenest demolition ...

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