Colorado Flood

6:14am

Wed March 12, 2014
Colorado Flood

Beating The Odds, Left Hand Ditch Company Recovers After Floods

Left Hand Ditch Company's Left Hand Valley Diversion March, 2014
Nathan Heffel KUNC

Colorado's historic flood left a significant number of dams and diversion structures damaged on Left Hand Creek in Boulder County - many belonged to the Left Hand Ditch Company. Six months later, the company's critical restoration projects are 80 percent complete and over $1 million under budget.

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7:00am

Tue March 11, 2014
Colorado Flood

210 Places In Boulder County 'Potentially Hazardous'

Debris will need to be removed from an estimated 210 places in Boulder County. Pictured: Left Hand Ditch, March 4, 2014.
Credit Nathan Heffel / KUNC

The snow pack in the mountains around Boulder is at about 140 percent of normal and officials are concerned that the annual spring runoff coupled with the debris from last September’s flood will cause even more problems for a hard hit area.

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6:01am

Tue March 11, 2014
Colorado Flood

One Road, Two Cities, Enduring Challenges After Colorado Floods

Neil Sullivan stands at the counter of his deli, The St. Vrain Market in Lyons, Colo.
Grace Hood KUNC

It’s been six months since heavy rain flooded 24 Colorado counties, damaging businesses, homes, roads and ending 10 lives. An estimated 28,000 residents were impacted and nearly 1,000 businesses were damaged or destroyed.

When it comes to business, the small towns of Lyons and Estes Park have faced a particularly steep road to recovery.

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7:39am

Mon March 10, 2014
Colorado Flood

Six Months Later, Flood Still Impacts Big Elk Meadows

September's floods devastated Big Elk Meadows
David Evertson Facebook.com/Groups/BigElk

Six months after September's floods devastated much of the Front Range, many areas hit hard have mostly returned to normal. That's not the case everywhere. For residents of Big Elk Meadows, getting back home has been a slow process.

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6:00am

Mon March 10, 2014
Colorado Flood

Spring Runoff Is Coming, Be Prepared Says Boulder County

One of the roads destroyed by heavy rains and flooding in Boulder, Colo., Sept. 14, 2013.
Credit U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Wallace Bonner/Released

With the annual spring runoff approaching, the threat of more flooding across Boulder County is back. The county will be conducting a series of meetings on each major watershed.

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