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Estes Park High School Student of the Week – Sage Shumate  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Trail-Gazette congratulates junior Sage Shumate on being named the Student of the Week. Sage is involved with the soccer and volleyball team. She is also ...



Estes Park High School Student of the Week – Tucker Johnson  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Trail-Gazette congratulates senior Tucker Johnson for being named Student of the Week. Tucker said he enjoys participating in football and baseball ...



Estes Park High School Student of the Week – Jennifer Johnson  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Trail-Gazette congratulates Estes Park High School junior Jennifer Johnson for being named Student of the Week. Jennifer has played both volleyball and ...



Bullying forces student into home school  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

It was around this time last year when 15-year-old Chloe James said the bullying that's now forced her to be practically homeschooled all started. She was just ...



Estes Park High School Student of the Week – Abby Lemirande  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Trail-Gazette congratulates Estes Park High School senior Abby Lemirande for being named Student of the Week. Abby is active year round with swim ...



Estes Park High School Student of the Week – Armando Avitia  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The trail-Gazette congratulates senior Armando Avitia for being named the Estes Park High School Student of the Week. Armando is active on the soccer and ...



Estes Park High School proudly present Kander and Ebb’s classic musical, Cabaret.  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School and Thespian Troupe #7284 proudly present Kander and Ebb's classic musical, Cabaret. The musical will be performed at 7 p.m. ...



Estes Park High School Girls State Swim Team Results  Estes Park news

By: Coach Sherry Flanery. We finished our season at the CHSAA 3A State Championships in Fort Collins last weekend. Once again, we had one of the smallest ...



Estes Park High School Athlete of the Week – Sabrina Rittner  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Trail-Gazette congratulates Sabrina Rittner for being named Athlete of the week. Sabrina was nominated by soccer coach Mike Schulz. She plays soccer ...



School principals break down how allegations of bullying are internally investigated  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

As a follow-up to an article that was previously published by the Trail-Gazette, the paper of record for the Town of Estes Park would like to clarify the policies and ...



Inside People – Best friends overcome their challenges together as community and school rally around them  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Mark Query and Noah Olson are Estes Park High School's dynamic duo. Everyone at the school knows who they are. Even in public, the best friends are likely to ...



Bobcat baseball players are playoff hopefuls  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Just one game away from closing out their season, the Bobcats have successfully secured at worst an even .500 record thanks to a new coaching unit this year ...



Pair of Estes Park basketball players with special needs making huge impact on small town  The Denver Channel

The Estes Park High School boys basketball team won their most recent game against Liberty Common. But something else, and possibly far more important, ...



Successful EPXC invitational for athletes, Chase Murray  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Saturday was an invitational to celebrate for Estes Park School District's (EPSD) cross country teams. About twenty teams from the Denver metro and ...



EPHS Thespian Troupe 7284 To Present “She Kills Monsters” March 1-2  Estes Park news

Students at Estes Park High School have been busy rehearsing for their March 1-2 production of “She Kills Monsters” Young Adventurers Edition by Qui Nguyen.



XC events coming to Estes Park  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Sept. 29 is a big day on the calendar for Estes Park High School cross country. The team will be hosting their own meet and putting on an event for one of their ...



The agony of loss, Estes Park Football  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park High School varsity football team lost their last game of the season, 47-3, on Thursday night in Ault, Colo., against the Highland Huskies. It was a ...



Ladycats’ win streak ends  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

In Fort Collins last Friday, the Estes Park High School girls' basketball team suffered a tough loss to Heritage Christian 50-28. The Ladycats were undefeated ...



Estes Park senior qualifies for state golf tournament  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School senior Megan Miller will compete for the girl's golf state title next week after placing second in the 3A Golf Regionals at Highland Hills in ...



Estes Park Jazz Big Band And Village Band To Perform First Summer Concert  Estes Park news

The Estes Park Jazz Big Band and Village Band will perform the first concert of their summer season in a combined concert on Sunday, May 12. The free concert ...



Ladycat golfers prepare for cold first match  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Ladycat golfers at Estes Park High School are under new leadership this season. Headed by English Teacher Dan Copeland, the team of three is hopeful that at ...



Board of Ed talks SWAP program, special education initiatives  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

On Tuesday, Tony Stafford, the School to Work Alliance Program (SWAP) coordinator at Estes Park High School updated the Estes Park Board of Education on ...



EPHS Marching Band Wins State Championship!  Estes Park news

Congratulations to the Estes Park High School Band who once again took the title of 1A State Champs last Monday night at Colorado State University–Pueblo.



2003-08-15 Friday, August 15, 2003  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Tax slide hits six months. Estes Park not alone in sales tax slump, other resort communities reporting similar struggles. By John Cordsen. Estes Park is not alone ...



Día de los Muertos is an event for everyone  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

On Thursday, Nov. 8 from 5 to 8 p.m. community members are invited to the Día de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”) celebration. The annual festivities will take ...



Climber of Mt. Everest to speak to Estes Park students and community  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

What do you do when you've climbed the tallest mountain on the face of the planet (Mt. Everest) and lived through storms and dead people to tell about it?



The 29th Estes Park Wool Market  North Forty News

The 29th Estes Park Wool Market is scheduled for June 6-9, 2019. On Thursday and Friday, June 6-7, the event kicks off with fiber arts workshops being held at ...



Estes Park Duck Race a ‘success’  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

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Boys’ basketball falls to Lyons  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

After winning the 2018-2019 Regular Season Boys Basketball Tournament last weekend, the Estes Park High School boys' basketball team fell to rival Lyons on ...



Ladycats basketball emerge as strong contenders this season  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park High School girls' basketball team is a force to be reckoned with this season. After beating Lyons High School 44-36 on Tuesday, Dec. 11, the ...



Duck Race Raises Over $128,000! | Featured Articles  Estes Park news

By: Rita DuChateau. Every duck counts. Every duck races. Every duck paddles for a participating organization. Those are a few of the tenets of the Estes Park ...



Mike Sandrock: Annual Estes Park Frost Giant offers camaraderie, focus for winter months  Boulder Daily Camera

Frost Giant racing tips. • Avoid early oxygen debt. Use the first mile to ease into the altitude. • Leave your ego behind. Times will be slower at high altitude.



Stanley Hotel hosts final apprenticeship recruitment session  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

This evening, students at Estes Park High School will have their last chance to land a paid apprenticeship with the Stanley Hotel. The apprenticeships offered ...



Estes Park Wool Market Registrations Open | Events  Estes Park news

The Town of Estes Park Events Division is currently accepting registrations for animal shows, fiber competitions, and workshops at the 29th annual Estes Park ...



Estes Park High School Student of the Week – Sean Johnson  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Trail-Gazette congratulates Estes Park High School junior Sean Johnson for being named Student of the Week. Johnson is active on Student Council, Major ...



Estes Park High School class of 2017 graduates  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park High School class of 2017 graduated in front of a packed crowd at the Estes Park Events Complex on Friday night. The 83 seniors walked into ...



Estes Park School District staff awards given out  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Teacher of the Year: Sheridan Monroe. Sheridan Monroe is the current Estes Park Band Director and has led the EPHS marching bands to state for three years ...



2018 EPHS boys soccer starts anew  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Bobcat fall sports is all new. A new statewide athletics registration system. A new, earlier start date for the season.



Support Groups  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meets in the St. Bartholomew Episcopal Church basement at 7 a.m., on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and ...



Come learn at the Safety Fair  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Safety Fair is a fun, family event and an opportunity to meet members of Explorer Post 911 as they work alongside first responders from Estes Park Police ...



First summer concert for EP Jazz Big Band and Village Band upcoming  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park Jazz Big Band and Village Band will perform the first concert of their summer season in a combined concert on Sunday, May 12. The free concert ...



3-Peat! Estes Park High School Marching Band Wins Third State Championship  Estes Park news

Estes Park School District is proud to announce that The EPHS Band has won the State Championship Title for the third year in a row! The EPHS Marching Band ...



Legendary Frost Giant 5k/10k to celebrate 40th anniversary Jan. 27  Estes Park news

Four decades after a hardy band of runners braved the inaugural Frost Giant in 10 degree temperatures and 18 inches of show, the legendary race will celebrate ...



Celebrating the Estes Park High School Class of 2016  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Baccalaureate – 7 p.m. Thursday, May 26 at the YMCA of the Rockies Reusch Auditorium. • Graduation – 7 p.m. Friday, May 27 at the Estes Park Events ...



Cynthia Deats | Local Obituaries  Estes Park news

Longtime resident of Estes Park, Cynthia Deats, passed away November 13, 2018, surrounded by her family.



Free Movie at Reel Mountain Theater  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The community is invited to a screening of the 2018 film “The Hate U Give” on Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m. at Reel Mountain Theater. The special event is hosted ...



Bailey Burke – Estes Park High School Student of the Week  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Trail-Gazette congratulates Estes Park High School junior Bailey Burke for being named Student of the Week. Burke is Treasurer of the Estes Park FFA and ...



BOBCATS WIN!  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School varsity football team blocked a last second Arvada High School field goal attempt to seal the victory in their season opener, 8-6.



2004-06-16 Friday, June 18, 2004  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Deficit budget approved for schools. Needs of students outweighed balanced budget. By John Cordsen. Hopes of a balanced school budget evaporated into the ...



Wanna be startin` something? Middle school team builds new foundation for XC  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

For you do-it-yourselfers out there, here`s a blue print for building a successful high school cross country program: Start with the girls` team. The boys` side is ...



Legal Notices – November 12, 2008  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

(Published in the Trail-Gazette on Wed., Nov. 12, 2008.) BILLS READ AND ORDERED PAID BY THE TOWN BOARD. OCTOBER 2008. Alba Coffee, Supply280.



Bobcats close double-header 1-1  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Over the weekend, the Estes Park High School baseball team broke even in a double-header against Weld Central High School in Keenesburg, Colo. It was the ...



Free Movie at Reel Mountain Theater: Exploring Issues in “The Hate U Give”  Estes Park news

The community is invited to a screening of the 2018 film “The Hate U Give” next Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m. at Reel Mountain Theater. The special event is.



Ballet Renaissance’s holiday show this weekend  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

This weekend, there will be a free holiday concert from the Oratorio Society of Estes Park and Ballet Renaissance. Choral and orchestral performances will ...



XC runners suffer in ‘Eggnog Mile’  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

They kicked off winter break in style and in discomfort. The Estes Park High School cross country team competed in the fourth annual Eggnog Mile after their ...



EPHS teacher placed on administrative leave  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School teacher Dustin Morrow was placed on administrative leave Monday because of his failure to attain a teaching license in a time period set ...



Inside People – Teacher planting new seeds in Estes Park School District  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

A new teacher with a wealth of knowledge is helping to invigorate the vocational agriculture program with the Estes Park School District. Duane Loyd, works with ...



Estes Park man sentenced in child pornography case  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

An Estes Park man has been sentenced to 90 days in jail after pleading guilty to sexual exploitation of a child, a Class 4 felony, and cybercrime-unauthorized ...



Local philanthropists recognized  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Hundreds of people from all walks of life congregated in the Assembly Hall of the YMCA of the Rockies on Thursday night to celebrate National Philanthropy Day ...



Bobcats deliver road victory  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School varsity boys soccer traveled to Littleton on Sept. 4 where they defeated Front Range Christian 5-0 to earn their first victory of the season.



Stanley Hotel owner donating $100,000 to school band  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park High School (EPHS) marching band got a special visit Friday from Jill Schladweiler, a representative of the Stanley Hotel, who announced a ...



Cameron Lee | Local Obituaries  Estes Park news

Cameron Sean Lee sadly left this life and our company all too soon on Wednesday, July 11th, 2018. Born Dec. 3, 1985.



Community celebrates Dia de Los Muertos  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Inside a disguised version of the school's cafeteria, families with paint-covered faces and dressed in costumes convened to share laughs, food and good music ...



Estes Park XC has podium finishes at Platte Valley Invitational  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School cross country brought the pace and focus to the Platte Valley Invitational on Sept. 22. The girls varsity team took first place and the boys ...



EPMS Drama Club showcases talent  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park Middle School Drama Club has been hard at work getting ready for “The Very UnMerry Adventures of Robin Hood” that they will be performing ...



Nonprofits in your neighborhood: meet Habitat For Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park Nonprofit Resource Center (EPNRC) regularly shines a spotlight on nonprofits in (or serving) the Estes Valley. Habitat for Humanity is a local ...



The Freys, a teaching family  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

For Pam and Joe Frey, teaching is the family business. They have been teachers for more than 20 years. Joe works as a science teacher at Estes Park Middle ...



Estes Park High School Marching Band 2015 Class A State Champs  Estes Park news

After competition Monday at CSU Thunderbowl Stadium in Pueblo, Colorado, the Estes Park High School Marching Band placed first in the 1A band competition!



Conservancy recruiting students for summer programs  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Rocky Mountain Conservancy's (RMC) Conservation Corps and High School Leadership Corps programs are currently looking for students to work in and ...



Polar Express Day at Estes Park High School  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

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Protest filed on recall petitions  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

On April 16 recall petitions were submitted for signature verification for both Estes Park Mayor Todd Jirsa and Mayor Pro Tem Cody Walker, and two days later ...



EPHS Student of the Week – Nathan Richardson  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

the Trail-Gazette congratulates Estes Park High School jumior Nathan Richardson for being named Student of the Week. Richardson is active on student council ...



Estes Park High School preps for Prom  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park High School students and Prom royalty are ready for Saturday night's dance. The school annunced the court on Wednesday. They consist of ...



Close win shows Bobcats know how to close out games  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park High School boys basketball team improved their record to 3-4 on Tuesday night with a win against Dayspring Christian Academy. The final ...



Estes Park High School ‘Century Class’ to graduate Friday night  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School will be celebrating “100 years of education” this year as the Class of 2014 graduates on Friday, May 23. The Century Class, which ...



Bobcats lose two in a row  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park Bobcats lost their home game to University 64-47 on Tuesday night. Now, they sport a record of 6-9 on the season. Sophomore Ethan Hill ...



Hiking safety and popular trails outside RMNP  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

With Rocky Mountain National Park still operating at limited capacity since the partial government shutdown began last week, hikers are advised to use extreme ...



Bobcats basketball struggles to convert close games to wins  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park High School boys' basketball team lost a nail-biter to Heritage Christian last Friday, Dec. 14. The final score of the game was 63-57.



Introducing new teachers in school district  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Editor's note: With the school year getting ready to start, the Trail-Gazette is going to be running a series of feature stories over the next few weeks on the local ...



Estes Park girls soccer prepares for new season  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School girls varsity soccer Head Coach Mike Schulz is utilizing his two weeks of practice before the season to prepare his team for the ...



Village Band to perform final concert of the summer  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park Village Band will perform its final summer concert on Wednesday, Aug. 15. The free concert will begin at 7:00 p.m. in Performance Park on W ...



Inside People Feature – Scott brings consistency to EPHS  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School Principal Chuck Scott started his work with the district in an unlikely role, as a bus driver. Scott had years of experience as principal in ...



Estes Park High School to present Bernstein’s classic musical, West Side Story  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park High School's theatre and music departments will present Leonard Bernstein's masterpiece, West Side Story, in the EPHS Auditorium on Friday and ...



Community Service Officers Begin Summer Service | Estes Valley Spotlight  Estes Park news

The Estes Park Police Department's community *service* officers (CSOs) are at their posts for the summer. These hardworking seasonal employees serve as ...



Meet The Candidates For Town Board - Art Messal  Estes Park news

Long time resident and graduate from Estes Park High School, Art Messal is pleased to announce his candidacy for Estes Park Town Trustee. Messal has been ...



Inside People – Behind the smile of Emily Bochenek  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Many might be used to seeing Emily Bochenek walking down the hallways, wearing a polka-dotted dress with a big smile on her face. But not a lot of people ...



RMNP clarifies rumors about wolf reintroduction  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

There have been rumors floating around the Estes Park community about reintroducing wolves to Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). RMNP Public ...



Grand Opening For Stanley Park Bike Park Brought Out Riders Of All Ages  Estes Park news

Estes Valley Recreation and Park District (EVRPD), the provider of numerous recreational opportunities in Estes Valley, is excited to add a new recreation ...



Estes Park High School students chosen to league honor band  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Twenty-three members of the award-winning Estes Park High School Band have been chosen as members of the Patriot League Honor Bands. The Honor ...



Key Club needs your help!  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Key Club needs your help! Last year Estes Park High School implemented an official Key Club recognized by Key Club International and supported through our ...



Loveland area activities: Tribute to MLK, monster trucks, all vinyl dance  Loveland Reporter-Herald

The Loveland Museum will host an event celebrating the life, vision and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., plus this weekend holds an all vinyl 80s prom, monster ...



Estes Park High School golf standout hitting the home course this summer  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

“There's no better way to get to know the courses that we play during season,” says senior Colleen Casey. “Playing in summer and fall tournaments give me the ...



Inside People – Miss West Virginia embraces Estes Park roots  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

For Chelsi Rose, she has been hooked on competing in pageants since her first one at age six. Rose was crowned Miss West Virginia United States 2018 on ...



FEMA funding approved for work on Estes Park High School track  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

The Estes Park School District Board of Directors got some good news Monday when it was revealed that the district has been approved for $49,000 in FEMA ...



Benes stays active outdoors and in the community  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

When Kevin Benes was able to pick where he wanted to live in Colorado, Estes Park was an easy decision. He made the move with his wife, Ellen, right after the ...



Generous Donation To EPHS Band From John Cullen & The Stanley Hotel  Estes Park news

Over the course of the next four years, Mr. John Cullen of the Stanley Hotel will be donating $25000 to the Estes Park High school band. Mr Cullen said “The.



Inside People Feature – Continuing a love for public lands  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Kevin Soviak grew up cherishing time spent outside and especially at nearby Shakamak State Park in Indiana. His appreciation for public lands led him to Estes ...



Estes Park High School choir sees the light in ‘Lux Aeterna’ Thursday night  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Members of the 65-student Estes Park High School (EPHS) choir have plenty to sing about Thursday night, when they perform the master choral work, “Lux ...



Robert H. “Bob” Cheney | Local Obituaries  Estes Park news

Lifelong resident of Estes Park, Bob Cheney, passed away December 5th, 2017. He was 85. Bob was born June 1, 1932 at the family homestead in Estes Park.



Mountain Shop Gear Swap to benefit local students  Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Cleaning out the garage and don't know what to do with your used sporting goods, outdoor gear and apparel? Bring it down to the Estes Park Mountain Shop for ...



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