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Loveland Plants 300 Tulip Bulbs to Remember Flood Victims

300 tulip bulbs were planted at the Loveland Public Library yesterday

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Nevaeh Bailey after the Big Thompson Flood
Courtesy of Terri Brumagim
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Loveland Family’s Farm Destroyed By Flood – Family Creates “Rock On Colorado” Fund [VIDEO/PICTURES]

The Brumagim family lives on the Big Thompson River in Loveland.  September 12, 2013 their lives changed forever as the Big Thompson River ran over its banks and destroyed the family farm.  For those of you that have driven by the house on Highway 34 on your way up the canyon, you know Grammas Corner Firewood business

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Crews Work 24 Hours a Day to Re-open Hwy. 34

Workers expect to meet the deadline and note things won't look the way they did before

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Ira Dean (Trick Pony), Andy Griggs, Jamie O'Neal, Billy Dean, Heidi Newfield, and Keith Burns (Trick Pony)
Adam Porter, TSM
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors Flood Benefit Concert Raises Funds For Colorado Flood Victims [PICTURE GALLERY]

The “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” Benefit Concert for Victims of the Colorado Floods was held last night at the Budweiser Event Center in Loveland. A big thank you to Trick Pony, Andy Griggs, Jamie O’Neal, and Billy Dean and a bunch of local artists who stepped up to help last night.

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Colorado Flood 2013
Larimer County Sheriff's Office, Facebook
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Bohemian Foundation Commits up to $750,000 to Match Individual Donations For Flood Relief In Larimer County

Bohemian Foundation will donate up to $250,000 to each of three funds to match donations for flood relief that are made by individuals by Oct. 31, 2013, for a possible total of $750,000. If $750,000 is raised by our community and those funds are matched by Bohemian Foundation, we are talking about 1.5 million dollars.

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Weld County Gov.-Facebook by Nikki Stamison
Weld County Gov.-Facebook by Nikki Stamison
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120 Bridges in Colorado Still Need Repairs after Flood

120 bridges in Colorado are still in need of repairs after the flood

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FEMA worker at home damaged by Colorado Flood
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Facebook
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Disaster Recovery Center Opens at Foothills Mall in Fort Collins

Colorado residents who suffered losses and damage as a result of the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides can get information about disaster assistance at a new Disaster Recovery Center

Destroyed Home near Jamestown, CO
Federal Emergency Management Agency, Facebook
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80 Buildings Confirmed Destroyed by Flood in Larimer County

80 destroyed buildings are valued at around $5 million.

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Flood washed out road at Hermit Park near Estes Park
Larimer County Department of Natural Resources
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Flood Damage Keeps Hermit Park in Estes Park Closed

Hermit Park Open Space in Estes Park remains closed due to the damage from the recent flooding. Larimer County Natural Resources' staff is working with Larimer County Engineers to assess the damage.

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Donated Clothing - Clothing is no longer needed
Larimer County Sheriff's Office, Facebook
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Donations Still Needed in Loveland – Volunteers Still Needed To Help With Clean-Up

The need for volunteers to help with Loveland’s continuing clean-up and recovery will likely continue for months. Those interested in volunteering can get involved in a number of ways.

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Island Grove Park Sign
Island Grove Park, Facebook
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FEMA Disaster Recovery Center In Greeley Moving To 4-H Building at Island Grove Park – DRC Closing in Milliken

The FEMA Disaster Recovery Center located at the Milliken Community Complex will close on Saturday, October 6th. Meanwhile, Weld County Commissioners approved a temporary 30-day lease for the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center to relocate to the 4-H Building at Island Grove Park in Greeley from the Events Center at Island Grov

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Andy Griggs, Jamie O'Neal, and Billy Dean
Andy Griggs, Jamie O'Neal, and Billy Dean, Facebook
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Nashville Rises Benefit Concert for Victims of the Colorado Floods – “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” October 17 at Budweiser Events Center

K99 is proud to announce the Nashville Rises Benefit Concert for the Victims of the Colorado Floods "Neighbors Helping Neighbors" Thursday, October 17th at 7:00 PM at the Budweiser Event Center in Loveland.

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