December 4, 2013

Brrrrrrrrrrr.

November 27, 2013
FRONT PAGE: There is no going home for Randy Castor and thousands of other people driven from manufactured home parks by Colorado’s historic flooding. The state knows of 154 flood-destroyed mobile homes and another 901 that were damaged in 11 parks in the flood zone, said Kerri Nelson, Colorado’s deputy chief recovery officer.
Some parks may repopulate with new and renovated homes.
But entire neighborhoods in Evans, Longmont, Lyons and Milliken could be gone for good.

FRONT PAGE: There is no going home for Randy Castor and thousands of other people driven from manufactured home parks by Colorado’s historic flooding. The state knows of 154 flood-destroyed mobile homes and another 901 that were damaged in 11 parks in the flood zone, said Kerri Nelson, Colorado’s deputy chief recovery officer.

Some parks may repopulate with new and renovated homes.

But entire neighborhoods in Evans, Longmont, Lyons and Milliken could be gone for good.

November 21, 2013

A cold, snowy blast of winter weather overnight in northeastern Colorado has made roads wet, icy and snow covered in spots and the Thursday morning commute should be slow going.

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October 25, 2013
Breaking News: JonBenét Ramsey grand jury indictment accused parents of child abuse resulting in death
FULL STORY: Parents accused of child abuse resulting in death
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Breaking News: JonBenét Ramsey grand jury indictment accused parents of child abuse resulting in death

October 18, 2013

PHOTOS: A quick moving storm left a layer of snow over Denver Friday morning, October 18, 2013. Snow tapered off in Denver Friday morning, giving way to cloudy skies and a chance of rain through noon. The snow diminished after 8 a.m. and Denver had less than an inch of accumulation, according to the National Weather Service.

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September 29, 2013
Here’s a look at page six of our Colorado Floods ‘13 Special Section in today’s Sunday Denver Post, which shows informational maps, charts and a timeline of the historic flooding. Click the links below to read the stories featured in today’s special coverage. 
 After the Colorado flood: Residents awash in horror, a rise in spirit
 Big Thompson Canyon struck again by tragic flooding
 Historic weather: Canyon residents watch history
 Boulder: Surge shakes city’s notion of safety
 St. Vrain: Tranquil river turns violent
 South Platte: Residents get a muddy awakening
 Recovery: Workers worry over likely government shutdown

Here’s a look at page six of our Colorado Floods ‘13 Special Section in today’s Sunday Denver Post, which shows informational maps, charts and a timeline of the historic flooding. Click the links below to read the stories featured in today’s special coverage. 

September 18, 2013

Photos: Jamestown, Colorado, flood devastation

These photos are from Jamestown, Colo., on Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013. Much of the town has been destroyed, and there was no access to the town until late Sunday, when crews finalized repairs on the upper portion of the road, for emergency traffic only.

The town has no infrastructure or running water, however some parts of town amazingly enough have electricity. A dozen or so residents stayed as most of the town was evacuated by helicopters.

(Photos: Helen Richardson, The Denver Post)

September 14, 2013

Photos: Colorado Flood damage aerial views

Aerial photos of the flood damage caused by heavy rains along Colorado’s Front Range from Sept. 13 and 14. 

LIVE BLOG: Up-to-the-minute coverage after massive flash flooding in Boulder County and across the Front Range. 

(Photos: The Denver Post)

September 14, 2013

Massive flash flooding along Colorado Front Range

Rivers continued to swell, roadways crumbled, and Colorado’s Front Range began to dig out from the epic destruction wrought by a historic flood that has become one of the state’s worst disasters.

PHOTOS: Photo gallery of flooding over the last three days. 

LIVE BLOG: Up-to-the-minute coverage after massive flash flooding in Boulder County and across the Front Range. 

LATEST FLOOD HEADLINES: All flood resources and flood news by location.

August 29, 2013
BREAKING: The federal government will not make it a priority to block marijuana legalization in Colorado or Washington or close down recreational marijuana stores.

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