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Archive for April 8, 2011

Public Asked to Stay Away from Crystal Fire

Public Asked to Stay Away from Crystal Fire Date:        April 8, 2011 The Larimer County Sheriff's Office is requesting the public to stay away from the Crystal Fire burn area. With the exception of Buckhorn Road and Stove Prairie Road, many of the roads in that area are private roads and people who do not live in the area will be cited for trespassing. There is a large amount of firefighter movement on the roads in the fire area and there is still a large number of heavy emergency ... Full Story

Spartan Sports Scoreboard 4/4 – 4/9

Spartan Spring Sports Monday 4/4/11 Girls Soccer Berthoud (1-1): 2   {1-6-1} Estes Park (2-0): 2   {0-4-2}   Tuesday 4/5/11 Girls Tennis Teams: Berthoud  5  {1-1} Weld Central 2 {0-2} Individuals: Singles: Jessica Mulder (BHS) def. Kelsey Wehus (WCHS) 6-4, 6-2 Kara Godebu (BHS) def. Bri Cochran (WCHS) 6-2, 6-1 Breanna Sykes (BHS) def. Jessica Graybill (WCHS) 3-6, 7-5, 14-12 Doubles: Becca Cochran & Racheyl Lewis (WCHS) def. Lindsey Potts & Emma Roper (BHS) 6-2, 5-7, ... Full Story

“B” Sweet Cupcakes opens in Loveland

Crystal Fire Residents with Property Loss Urged to

Crystal Fire Residents with Property Loss Urged to Call

Residents in the Crystal Fire area who lost property are asked to call Larimer County Emergency Manager Erik Nilsson to report their loss.  The number is 970-498-5310.  If the number is busy or there is no answer, they should leave a voicemail message with their contact information. The emergency manager is interested in any property loss, houses, trailers, vehicles, sheds, et cetera. The information will be used to help determine what needs residents have and the total amount of losses ... Full Story

Crystal fire: April 8-Progress amid changing weather

Crystal fire: April 8-Progress amid changing weather

Fort Collins, CO – Winds are expected to increase today as crews continue to construct and secure fire lines along the perimeter of the fire. A Red Flag warning has not been posted for the burn area, though lower relative humidity and warmer temperatures are expected. The Crystal Fire began on April 1, has burned a total of 3,200 acres, and is 55% contained. Air resources will continue to support fire crews with water drops targeting spot fires along the South, Southwestern and North, ... Full Story

Sheriff promises to keep park open

Sheriff promises to keep park open

Larimer County Sheriff Plans for Government Shutdown As a part of discussions of a partial federal government shutdown, elected officials and bureaucrats in Washington today are attempting to hold public lands hostage by threatening closures of the national parks. Those threatened closures will have a negative effect on Larimer County, especially the town of Estes Park, which is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park. Many small-business owners in Estes Park rely on the visitors to the ... Full Story

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