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Colorado National Guard, Flickr
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Is the Big Thompson Indian Village Near Estes Park Still Standing After the Big Thompson Flood of 2013?

The Big Thompson Indian Village gift and antique shop was one of the only stores in the area to make it through the flood of 1976 in Big Thompson Canyon. The question is did the Big Thompson Indian Village make it through the flood of 2013?

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East Boulder County United, facebook
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Is Denver Media Ignoring How the Flooding has Affected Oil Wells in Colorado?

Is there a media blackout on the fracking flood disaster in Colorado?

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Thank You To Our Rescue Workers – Brian’s Blog

As we continue to dig out, float up and recover from the flooding that attacked our state, which will take a long, long time, I cannot help but offer a word of thanks to all the rescue workers. We are so fortunate to have the men and women in blue.

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Dasani Water Bottles
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Bottled Water Notification For 73 City of Loveland Water Customers

A bottled water notification for 73 City of Loveland water customers in a small area west of West Ridge Drive and U.S. Highway 34 has been issued, alerting residents that they should not drink or use in any form water from their faucets due to damage to portions of transmission lines from the water treatment plant that serve their homes.

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Flooded Farm Near Loveland
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Colorado Farm Bureau Disaster Fund Helps Farmers & Ranchers Impacted by Floods

Colorado Farm Bureau has set up a disaster fund to aid farmers and ranchers directly impacted by the recent flooding in northeast Colorado. 100 percent of the funds will go directly to help those families who were affected by the flooding.

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Colorado Flood Numbers
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Revealing Colorado’s Devastating Flood with These Jaw-Dropping Numbers

As drier weather begins to move into Colorado's flood-stricken areas, search and rescue crews can begin to make their way into some of the more devastated areas to help stranded residents. The Colorado Office of Emergency Management has released damage assessments from the areas involved.

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How to Apply for Assistance from FEMA Colorado Floods
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How to Apply for FEMA Assistance Due to Colorado Floods

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will be offering disaster relief assistance to residents affected by the floods in Colorado, to get assistance from FEMA follow these steps.

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Over 1,000 People Missing or Unaccounted for After 2013 Colorado Floods

The nasty truth is that Mother Nature hasn't been too cooperative in the search for missing and unaccounted residents in the flood stricken areas of Colorado. In fact, the number of missing residents rose Sunday as rain showers continued to plague the already over saturated rivers, fields and roadways.

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Harrowing Stories From The Colorado National Guard’s Flood Rescue Operations [PICTURES]

As with every almost every disaster situation, heroes in our community and beyond have stepped up to lend a helping hand; the Colorado floods are no exception.

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Flooding in Glen Haven
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Emergency Shelters For Flood Victims in Weld & Larimer County

A number of shelters for flood victims have been established in Larimer and Weld counties because of flooding from the Big Thompson, Poudre, and South Platte Rivers. Here is a quick list for you:

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FEMA Facebook
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15 Colorado Counties Qualify for Federal Emergency Assistance

The List includes: Larimer, Weld, and Boulder Counties

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City of Loveland will Help Residents Remove Flood Debris

Loveland will begin collecting flood damaged debris.

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