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Elk In A Tangle

By: Kris Hazelton On Saturday, October 18, Estes Park Police Department and the Colorado Division of Wildlife were called to the 9 Hole Golf Course on a report that two bull elk were locked together, entangled by their antlers. Upon arrival, CDOW Wildlife Managers Rick Spowart and Aimee Ryel assessed the situation and determined that these two bulls were not going to be able to untangle themselves without h ...

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Checking Your Mail-In Ballot Status On-Line

Larimer Country residents can now electronically check on the status of their mail-in ballots from the comfort of their homes, or any place where they have Internet access, says Scott Doyle, Larimer County Clerk and Recorder. By accessing the mail-in ballot status page of the county website at, residents can check the status of their mail-in ballots simply by entering their personal info ...

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Mail-In Ballot Postage Cost 59 Cents NOT 42 Cents

It will cost Larimer County voters 59 cents postage to mail-in their mail ballots for the November Election, per Scott Doyle, Larimer County Clerk & Recorder. “It has come to my attention this morning that the calculations determining the postage for returning a mail-in ballot by mail to our office were incorrect,” said Doyle. “In fact, the postage for returning a mail-in ballot is 59 cents, rather than ...

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Firewood Collection Permits Available From Rocky

Permits are available to collect firewood generated from hazard tree removals within Rocky Mountain National Park beginning October 1 through October 19. A $40 non-refundable administrative fee will be charged for removing up to two cords of firewood. Initially up to 50 permits will be issued. Additional permits may be issued depending on the amount of firewood remaining. ...

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Fish Creek Trail Sections To Be Connected, Spanning Over Fish Creek

A 100-foot long section of sidewalk will be constructed parallel to and north of Scott Avenue to connect portions of the existing Fish Creek Trail beginning September 22. This eight-foot wide section of trail will be banked by a three-foot shoulder between the trail and Scott Avenue. A-1 Excavation of Estes Park was contracted to build this portion of the trail which will span Fish Creek as well as providin ...

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Rocky Mountain National Park Announces Fall Prescribed Burning

Fire managers from Rocky Mountain National Park are preparing to take advantage of favorable weather conditions to conduct prescribed burning in an area south of Trail Ridge Road.  Managers will burn multiple segments totaling up to 200-900 acres.  The primary goal of the project is to reduce the threat of wildland fire to adjacent communities and park infrastructure by using prescribed fire to reduce the f ...

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