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A sign posted in the window of a business in Estes Park (credit: CBS)

Estes Park Wants Evacuees, Tourists To Return

The Town of Estes Park has two priorities: allowing evacuees to return home and getting tourists back to visit.

09/19/2013

Feet of mud must be removed from the middle of Estes Park but the town is open (credit: CBS)

RMNP, Estes Park Open But Messy

Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park have reopened to visitors but it’s still pretty messy in the aftermath of flooding.

09/18/2013

Flooding in Estes Park (credit: CBS)

Colorado Flooding Could Keep Some Tourists Away

A little more than a year after Gov. John Hickenlooper insisted his wildfire-ravaged state was still “open for business,” he may have to throw another lifeline to the state’s billion-dollar tourism industry as the world takes in the startling images of dramatic flood rescues and washed-out roads.

09/17/2013

A home destroyed in the small mountain town of Glen Haven (credit: Marsha Hobert)

Flooding Evacuees Return To Find More Heartbreak

Weary Colorado evacuees have begun returning home after days of rain and flooding, but Monday’s clearing skies and receding waters revealed only more heartbreak.

09/16/2013

Dave Thrush sent in this photo of Platte River flooding on Sept. 13.

More Rain Hampers Flooding Rescue Efforts

The search for people stranded from the Rocky Mountain foothills to the plains of northeastern Colorado grew more difficult Sunday, with a new wave of rain threatening to hamper airlifts from the flooded areas still out of reach.

09/15/2013

Flooding in Estes Park (credit: CBS)

Floods Transform Colorado’s ‘Gore-Tex Vortex’

The cars that normally clog Main Street in Lyons on the way to Rocky Mountain National Park have been replaced by military supply trucks.

09/15/2013

Mark Davenport sent in this photo taken along Coal Creek in Louisville on Sept. 13, 2014.

CDOT’s Latest Highway Openings & Closures

Officials with the Department of Transportation on Sunday announced that they have opened an emergency road route out of Estes Park for emergency purposes, local residents or for tourists who need to leave.

09/15/2013

Glenn Miller took this photo  in Longmont "between Francis and the Pratt St bridge along 1st ave. around 9am" on Sept. 13, 2013.

CDOT Opens Emergency Route To Estes Park, Fully Reopens I-25

Officials with the Department of Transportation on Saturday announced that they have opened an emergency road route to Estes Park, which was cut off on Friday when Rocky Mountain National Park officials closed the park and Trail Ridge Road closed.

09/14/2013

Flooding in Estes Park (credit: CBS)

Estes Park Just One Of Many Communities Isolated By Flooding

There are still signs that the flooding disaster is nowhere close to being resolved in Estes Park.

09/14/2013

Flooding in Estes Park (credit: CBS)

Estes Park Devastated By Flooding

People could get out of Estes Park but couldn’t get back in on Friday. The infrastructure in town is devastated.

09/13/2013

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