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Communities Band Together After the Colorado Flood – Stories From the Front Lines

As things return to normal for many people in Northern Colorado, it is hard to forget the images from just a few weeks ago showing massive devastation. In the aftermath of the storm, we have heard some pretty amazing stories from people around our community, talking about what took place.

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Sylvan Dale Ranch Wagon Wheel Bunkhouse Flood Damage
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Letter From Sylvan Dale Ranch To The Residents of Northern Colorado

Sylvan Dale Ranch west of Loveland was hit hard by the Big Thompson Flood of 2013. The damage was even worse that it was back in 1976. The response from the public has also been overwhelming for the family that owns the ranch. They have written a letter to everyone who holds a special place in their heart for Sylvan Dale.

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Disaster Survivor applies for Assistance
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Steps You Need To Take To Get Flood Assistance From FEMA In Northern Colorado

Colorado residents in designated counties recovering from the damage caused by recent severe storms, flooding, landslides, or mudslides can now register for disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Colorado Office of Emergency Management.

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Flood Evacuees rescued by Colorado National Guard
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FEMA Opens New Disaster Recovery Centers In Northern Colorado – New Centers Open in Sterling & Aurora

Colorado residents who suffered losses and damages as a result of the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides can get information about disaster assistance at two new Disaster Recovery Centers in Commerce City and Milliken.

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CSU Football Coach Jim McElwain with the Team
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CSU’s Coach Mac Comes Up With Idea To Raise Money For Flood Relief

Colorado State University is selling special, limited edition "CSU Cares" T-shirts, with all proceeds going to support Colorado flood relief and recovery.

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Flood Damage to Highway 34
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CDOT Announces Estimated Re-Opening Dates For a Number Of Colorado Highways

The Colorado Department of Transportation has announced estimated opening dates for many highways in the state. The ultimate goal is to complete temporary or permanent repairs to restore mobility on these state highway routes by December 1, 2013.

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Todd Harding, TSM
Todd Harding, TSM
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How YOU Can Help Those Affected By The Floods

The recent Colorado floods have caused devastation to property, roads, and to people's lives. The amount of damage done to our dear state has caused distress and concern among us all and has left us with the question: how do we help those in need?

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Moldy Wall
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Mold Left From The Colorado Floods Could Make You Sick

With all the flooding we have had in Northern Colorado, molds and bacteria can be a major health concern. Can you get sick from it? The simple answer is yes.

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Flooding in Colorado
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Flash Flooding Closes Roads In Northern Colorado – Full List of Road Closures Here [UPDATED: 6:09 AM Thursday]

We are seeing conditions improve and roads are beginning to re-open, however many in Weld County still remain flooded. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has now re-opened both directions of I-25 in all areas that were previously closed.

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Photo courtesy of Sheriff Justin Smith
Photo courtesy of Sheriff Justin Smith
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CDOT Awards Highway Contracts To Repair Flooded Roadways [VIDEO]

As we reported earlier, CDOT will be spending its entire $100 million emergency fund to repair the roads and bridges damaged by the flooding here in Northern Colorado. CDOT has recently announced that those contracts have been awarded to contractors and work will begin immediately.

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Toilet
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You Can Flush Your Toilet In Evans Again – Some Restrictions Lifted

 

Most City of Evans residents and business operators who were in the “no flush” zone now are allowed to flush toilets, wash their hands and shower, but some restrictions remain in effect until the Wastewater Treatment Plant is fully operational. Evans has been under a ‘no flush’ order for eight days.

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Loveland Fire Resue Authority performing rescue on Highway 34
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Disaster Assistance Centers Established In Larimer & Weld Counties

Larimer County and Weld County have created Disaster Assistance Centers and Distribution Centers for evacuees affected by the 2013 Colorado Flood.

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