Many trails across the Canyon Lakes Ranger District were impacted by the September 2013 Flood and a lot of great work by both staff and volunteers has taken place since then. Below is the status of these trails.
 

  • Lion Gulch Trail: This trail was also heavily damaged and remains closed. Bridge work and trail restoration are both needed. The trailhead is also being used by the Colorado Department of Transportation during road repairs. It is anticipated to stay closed through 2016.

By McCourt Thomas, Youth Services Librarian

Bedtime stories are a family tradition in many households. A small child looks forward to snuggling in to hear a favorite story (often again and again and again). But as the child gets older, and is able to read on his or her own, often times this special tradition gets pushed aside. Schedules get busier, homework piles grow, and practices and rehearsals last longer. It may seem unnecessary to read to your child after you’ve worked so hard to teach them to read independently.

Allenspark wildlife photographers Lori Huff and Weldon Lee have announced the creation of MISSION: New Earth, a nonprofit corporation. The organization’s Board of Directors are Joyce Edson, Treasurer, from Fort Morgan, Harvey Shaffer, Vice President, from Berthoud, Lori Huff, Secretary, and

 

By Janaki Jane
Eighteen local businesses donated gift certificates and items valued at over $1700 to the silent auction held after the Lyons Polar Bear Plunge “Heart of the Cold” on February 13. The auction was held at Ax and

 

On Thursday, December 31, the Regional Transportation District (RTD) released real-time transit information to the public, including arrival predictions for all RTD local buses. RTD also published vehicle location information on all fixed bus routes and made the data available to third-party developers to support the

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), the High Performance Transportation Enterprise (HPTE) and private project partner Plenary Roads Denver today announced that toll collection, on the final US 36 Express Lanes segment in both directions from Superior/Louisville to Boulder, will begin Wednesday, March 30.

With this final stretch open, the US 36 Express Lanes project will be open from Federal Boulevard to Table Mesa in Boulder. For those who have not already done so, drivers are encouraged to get an

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