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Observing history Hayden posts plaques on 11 buildings dating back to the early 1900s Page 4

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700 vote not simple If council approves annexation, petitioners must gather signatures Page 3

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Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1959 graduates, from left, Loris Werner, Bob Barrows, Bonnie Bogue and Skip Ross have dinner Friday during a gathering as part of their weekend-long class reunion celebration. There were 45 in the graduating class, 27 of whom are returning for the reunion.

Celebrating 50 years

Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1959 returns for reunion Jack Weinstein

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They smiled and laughed as they caught up and reminisced. A number of things have changed since Steamboat Springs High School’s Class of 1959 graduated. “The old girls aren’t as good-looking as they were in high school,” joked Orval “Jr.”

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Friday night’s Cash 5 numbers: 4-7-9-13-32 Drawings are held Monday through Saturday.

Bedell. “Maybe we’re not neither.” Bedell was joined by a number of his classmates Friday evening at Steamboat Lake Outfitters in North Routt County. The informal gathering was the first in a series of events this weekend to commemorate the class for its 50year reunion. Reunion organizer Alice Selch-Stephenson, who now lives in Sedona, Ariz., said as

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many as 27 of the 45 graduates could return to Steamboat for the reunion. A ceremony is planned for noon today at the George P. Sauer Human Services Center on Seventh Street, the site of the former high school. A barbecue will follow, and the weekend will culminate with brunch Sunday morning. Things have changed in 50 years, the class members said. Much of the class — Selch-

Stephenson estimated about 20 of which went to school together since first grade — moved away from Steamboat to attend college and begin their careers. Some stayed. But each person has a story to tell, she said. “We’ve had some amazing journeys,” Selch-Stephenson said. “People have had some amazing careers and been all over the world.” See Reunion, page 14

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he sun finally made an appearance in the skies above the Yampa Valley on Friday, reminding Steamboaters that under Colorado law, they have the inalienable right to dry. No, I’m not talking about that damp space between your toes. I’m talking about your laundry. Ever since House Bill 1270 went into effect Aug. 6, 2008, Coloradans have had the right to throw up a clothesline and conserve energy by hanging their tighty whities in the breeze. And as long as that clothesline is retractable and affixed to one’s own property, there’s nobody, including the president of your homeowners association, who can make you take it down. If you suspect I’m kidding about this, think again. It’s widely known that clothes dryers account for 15 percent of a household’s energy bill. If you make any pretense of being green, the first thing you’ll do is begin to dry a portion of your laundry in God’s fresh air. Hey, it was good enough for your grandparents, wasn’t it? I haven’t put my clothesline up yet, but I raised the possi-

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bility over cheese and crackers at my HOA meeting just this week. In the meantime, I’m predrying my jeans and sweatshirts out on the deck. My meager efforts are a peck of dryer lint when compared to those of Steamboat resident Lyman Orton, who has dual citizenship in the commonwealth of Vermont. There is a photograph of Orton standing in front of the Statehouse in Montpelier, Vt., published on the cover of the Times Argus newspaper June 8. Standing at a lectern surrounded by clotheslines, Orton spoke out in favor of a “right to dry” provision in the state’s new energy bill. He was supporting the 20-year effort made by Sen. Richard McCormack, D-Windsor, to make it easy for Vermonters to dry their union suits in the breeze. The bill finally passed this spring. The sight of colorful laun-

dry air-drying from a line has become increasingly rare within the city limits of Steamboat, where everyone talks green. Clotheslines are more common in the rural areas. John Randolph, who lives off the grid in North Routt with his wife Donna, can’t understand why everyone doesn’t make use of a clothesline. “The sun is shining outside, and you’re running a dryer? What the hell?” Randolph asked. His family — he participates in the laundry chores — hangs damp clothes in the laundry room in winter, where they dry with the assistance of a wood stove. He acknowledges that some garments don’t dry to the same degree of softness they would in a mechanical dryer, but he adds that’s something one quickly gets accustomed to. When you think of the rate of return on an investment in solar panels or wind generators — Colorado law protects your right to install both — a $20 to $40 investment in a clothesline looks pretty good. Orton believes that the right See Ross, page 12

Space Station cleanup

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Steamboat Springs resident Terry Weston, left, cleans up the site of the vacant Space Station gas station and Go-fer Foods convenience store Friday with his son Patrick. The city of Steamboat Springs earlier this month began exploring taking legal action against the owners of the vacant downtown lot because its condition has deteriorated since the business closed Dec. 22, 2006. Terry Weston said he is friends with the owner of the property, Paul Brown, of Grand Junction. “They’re trying hard to get it open, but they had some health problems in the family,” Weston said.

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Practice makes perfect

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club nordic combined jumper Spencer Petersen flies off the end of the jump at Howelsen Hill on Friday morning. The Winter Sports Club jumpers joined the U.S. Nordic Combined Team on Friday to get in some of their first summer jumping work of the summer. The teams return to the hill this morning at 8 a.m.

700 vote anything but simple If council OKs annexation, petitioners must gather signatures Blythe Terrell

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Discussions of the proposed Steamboat 700 development have been anything but simple, and residents and officials have bandied about the question of who has the right — and responsibility — to make the final decision.

Voters and city officials have raised the specter of a public ballot on the annexation. Residents have the right to challenge most Steamboat Springs City Council ordinances by gathering petition signatures and taking them to voters. It’s not a simple process, however. Resident Omar Campbell has sought a vote on the 508-acre annexation nearly since it was

first proposed. “It gives the people a democratic right to vote for it,” he said. “I mean, it’s not something the council … should decide.” Under Steamboat’s Home Rule Charter, petitioners must have signatures of at least 20 percent of the total voters registered in the previous municiSee Vote, page 12

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In Hayden’s downtown, a building isn’t just a building. What’s now a shop once might have been a church, a pool hall or a bowling alley. If it’s been around awhile, a building probably has been reincarnated once, twice or three times over. A group of Hayden residents has worked for years to put those histories on display, and

Walnut Street. The metal signs include a photo of the building’s original interior or exterior and a blurb about its history. “Our generations that are coming up will never know unless our generation does something to let them know what our past is about,” said Lorraine Johnson, who helped with the project. The building that was her family’s liquor store, Mount

it in 1907 to house Kleckner’s Grocery Store. Johnson’s father, Don Johnson, bought it as a liquor store from Bill Lee in 1984. Donna Hellyer led efforts to raise money for the plaque project during Hayden’s 2006 centennial celebration. The funding for the plaques came from a golf tournament, and Identity See Plaques, page 13

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Hayden resident Donna Hellyer talks about one of the informational plaques that will be placed on a building in historic downtown Hayden. This plaque is for the building that once housed the bowling alley and Ferry Carpenter’s office, which today is part of the Elkhead Quilting building.

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When Kris Rowse and her family moved to Steamboat Springs two years ago, she wanted the ability to send her children to Camp Invention. One problem. The summer day-camp, which provides creative problem solving and critical-thinking skills to firstthrough sixth-graders, wasn’t offered locally. “My kids attended the camp in Boise, Idaho,” Rowse said. “They had such a great time, and it was such an incredible experience so we tried to figure out how to get it here.” And she did. Rowse worked with the camp’s regional director to bring it to Steamboat. It will be held June 22 to 26 at Strawberry Park Elementary School. Camp Invention was offered last year at more than 1,000 locations in 48 states. It was created in 1990 by a joint effort of the National Inventors Hall of Fame and the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The camp offers instruction and activities in math and science. “It helps exercise children’s minds,” said Regional Program Director Annette Phillips,

For more information about Camp Invention, call 800-968-4332 or visit www.campinvention.org.

who oversees programming in Colorado, Nevada, Utah and Northern California. “They’re immersed all week long in learning and inquiry-based activities, but it’s all in a fun summer environment.” The camp emphasizes the STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — fields. Five local teachers, who were trained by Rowse in the program, will lead the different hands-on group activities. Phillips said activities include working to save a fictional city or figuring out how to get off an imaginary planet. “All of the themes promote creative thinking skills,” Phillips said. “They’re sciencebased, but they incorporate math, art and history.” The final activity, Phillips said, involves some of the campers bringing in an old appliance to disassemble. The younger groups turn the pieces into an imaginary invention, while the older groups must reassemble the pieces to create a working machine to break a rotten egg in a frying pan. Demand was so high for the

Craig city attorney: No citation for Terry Carwile Lawyer says councilor didn’t violate charter Collin Smith

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Craig City Attorney Kenny Wohl said he does not plan to cite City Councilor Terry Carwile, who may have violated the city charter by not filing a complete campaign expense report after the April election. “No,” Wohl said. “This is so ridiculous.” According to the city charter, every candidate must turn in “an itemized statement showing in detail all amounts of money contributed or expended by him” within 30 days of a municipal election. Carwile, who was elected to his second term as councilor two months ago, originally turned in a form created by the Colorado Secretary of State’s office that declared his total expenditures of $363.34. The form does not, however, list how or where Carwile spent his money.

Carwile did submit copies of his receipts to City Clerk Shirley Seely about 16 days after the deadline specified in the charter. He was the only one of seven candidates who did not submit expense receipts with his or her original report. Wohl said Carwile did nothing more criminal than many Americans who file amended tax returns each year after April 15. There is no financial or criminal penalty for amending a tax return, Wohl said, unless a person already violated a different requirement under the tax code. For instance, he said someone who did not pay all of his or her taxes by April 15 would have to pay a penalty for not paying on time, but the act of amending a return does not make a person guilty of anything. Carwile’s initial report was on time and accurate, Wohl added, and the councilor did not vioSee Carwile, page 13

camp —110 children are signed up — that no more spots are available, Phillips said. After it first was announced in January, Rowse said enrollment was full by the end of the early sign-up period in March. Rowse’s third- and fifthgrade children attend Soda Creek elementary. She said because the reception for Camp Invention was so positive from parents and the Steamboat Springs School District, she’s already talking about bringing it back next year. They could be able to offer two camps to allow more children to attend, she said. The camp has a base cost of $205, but discounts were offered for students referring friends and for signing up early. Rowse said partial scholarships were provided to five students who enrolled in the camp, through a combined $400 in donations from Wells Fargo, Wal-Mart and Moots Cycles. Phillips encouraged interested parents to inquire about the camp. Sometimes, cancellations open up a spot or two, she said. For more information, call 800-968-4332 or visit www.campinvention.org.

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Rosie Crosthwaite, former director and teacher at St. Mark’s Preschool, sits Friday in the place where “circle time” took place for her 3- and 4-year-old students in her basement classroom. Crosthwaite retired this year after 27 years at St. Mark’s.

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and Scotch tape. Close to three decades of 100piece puzzles, Dr. Seuss books and endless toys line the shelves and tables. But one cubby has not been emptied. Inside the cubby is a pencil case, a tiny pair of slippers, a box of Kleenex and a nametag in the shape of a green apple, which reads “Jason.” “I’ll have to get Jason’s mom to come pick up his things,” said Rosie Crosthwaite, former director and teacher at St. Mark’s Preschool, as she placed his possessions on a table of toys waiting to be moved out of the basement. Crosthwaite, 73, retired at the end of May after nearly three decades at St. Mark’s. She said her departure will be bittersweet. “I have a lot of mixed emotions about leaving it,” she said. “I’ll probably be walking over here, driving over here out of force of habit.” As she cleans 27 years of memories out of her classroom, she reflected on her lifetime role as a teacher. “I like just teaching,” she said. “I love working with children. It’s just so much fun to watch them learn. It’s so exciting when they’re struggling with a concept, and all of the sudden they get it. And it’s like a light bulb turns on in their minds, and their faces light up, and it’s like, ‘Oh, I know that. I can do that.’” Crosthwaite has been a teacher her entire life. As a 9-year-old in Meeker, she babysat her neighbors’ chil-

dren when they went to the grocery store. After high school, she went away to Colorado State University in hopes of someday becoming a high school home economics teacher. But her experiences teaching Sunday school told her that her heart lies with the little ones. She married and moved to Craig and commuted to Steamboat Springs for five years to get her preschool directorship. In 1982, she noticed a demand for a stand alone preschool and started a half-day program in the basement of St. Mark’s, bringing her own teaching philosophy and traditions to the children of Craig. Each day in Miss Rosie’s class, the children would line up in the other room — a skill they would need to know when they graduated to kindergarten — file into the classroom and form a circle. During “circle time,” Crosthwaite and her children would discuss everything from the weather to the time of day, the seasons to the alphabet letter of the week. “You want them to want to learn,” Crosthwaite said. “You want them to be excited about learning. You have to try to approach them on their level. It can’t be, ‘sit in your chair, sit up straight, do this, do that.’ Children love to talk. They love to tell you what they’ve seen, where they’ve been and how they feel.” Children’s feelings are one of the reason’s she feels connected to her students. She said there is a lot to be learned from children’s See Crosthwaite, page 11


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■ Men’s Fraternity is at 7 a.m. at Yampa Bible Church. Call 736-8129 or 638-4411.

A “Celebration of Life” service for longtime Routt County resident Shirley Nay is at 10 a.m. today at Hayden Congregational Church. The family invites all friends and neighbors to join them for a light brunch to be served at 9 a.m. Call Phyllis Moore 970870-2724.

■ The 2009 Cayuse Classic, a family event and benefit for the Community Agriculture Alliance, is from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Sidney Peak Ranch. The day includes horse events for children and adults, auction, cash bar, live music and western barbecue dinner that costs $50 per adult and $10 per youths ages 8 to 13. Visit www.communityagalliance.org, or call 879-4370. ■ The Clark Store hosts the annual North Routt Community Garage Sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the store on Routt County Road 129 in Clark. ■ A garage sale fundraiser for the Tasaru Girls Rescue Center in Narok, Kenya, is from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. today and 8 a.m. to noon Sunday at 355 Blue Sage Circle. Longtime local resident Mary Walker uses donations to provide clean water, medical care and textbooks at the center. Call Vicki Little at 879-6522 for more information. ■ Yampatika hosts an urban wildflower walk from 9 a.m. to noon. Meet at the Wells Fargo parking lot on Third Street. The cost is $40 for members and $45 for nonmembers. Call Yampatika at 871-9151 to register. ■ The fifth annual Mainstreet Farmers Market kicks off from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sixth Street, between Lincoln Avenue and Oak Street. The market includes early fresh produce, locally raised meats, fresh baked goods, plants and flowers, herbs, cheese, hand-crafted arts and crafts, nonprofit information booths and live music from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call Tracy at 970-846-1800 for details. ■ Three Quarter Circles and Routt County Rifle Club host a Fun Shoot beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. The shoot will offer skeet, trap and five-stand competition. The cost is $30 a day. Call Maureen at 846-5647 or Bryan at 734-5462 for more information. ■ The 2009 Steamboat Springs Youth Bike Rodeo and Swap begins at 10 a.m. at the Stock Bridge Transit Center. The event includes mechanical checks, safety information, bike skills testing and bikes for sale or purchase. Call Rob at 879-5283 or Tom at 8794344, ext. 191. ■ Bud Werner Memorial Library welcomes babies as old as 2 and a parent to baby-time from 10 to 10:30 a.m. The drop-in storytime is free, and no registration is required. Visit www.steamboatlibrary.org/kids, or call 879-0240. ■ Huck Finn Youth Fishing Day

begins at 10 a.m. at Hayden Town Park. The event includes prizes, a barbecue lunch and Huck Finn and Becky Thatcher look-a-like contests. ■ The Hayden Cog Run, a 5K and 10K begin at 10 a.m. at Hayden Town Park. The cost is $20 for preregistration, or $1 per year of age for youths, or $25 race-day registration. Register online at www.runningseries.com or pick up an entry form at the Hayden Town Hall or Ski Haus. ■ Stagecoach State Park hosts a “Who’s Scat Is That?” wildlife activity at 11 a.m. on the marina deck. A crayfish-catching event is at 1 p.m. at the swim beach. A short guided hike begins at 3 p.m. at the dam parking lot. All programs are free with parks pass. All ages are welcome. ■ Steamboat Lake State Park hosts a chat with a ranger at 11 a.m. at the Visitor Center, a crawdad activity at 2 p.m. at the footbridge in Dutch Hill Campground, a historical speaker at 5 p.m. at Placer Cabin, and stargazing at 9:15 p.m. at the Sunrise Vista Ampitheater. ■ The Yoga Slackers Troupe offers an AcroYoga Workshop from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Yoga Center of Steamboat Springs. The cost is $30, and proceeds go to Beads of Courage, a nonprofit group that supports resources for children coping with serious illness. Call 870-9985 to preregister. ■ Former Steamboat Springs High School basketball coach and recent Hall of Fame inductee Kelly Meek will be roasted at 4 p.m. in the old gym at Steamboat Springs High School. The roast is free and open to anyone who would like to enjoy the fun. A celebration will follow at the Tugboat Grill & Pub. ■ Yampa Valley Fly Fishers meets for dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. at Marabou Ranch. All members are invited, and they can take a guest. Membership fee is $25. RSVP to flycaster@vyff.org.

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■ Abraham Perez, an internationally known Mexican speaker, gives sermons in Spanish with an English interpreter at 6 p.m. today and 10 a.m. Sunday at Steamboat Christian Center. Music will be performed in English and Spanish. All are welcome.

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■ Historic Routt County hosts the Diamond Window Cabin Fundraiser, with the inaugural Tour Du Réservoir De Stagecoach & Art of the Diamond Window Cabin, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Stagecoach State Park. The event includes a barbecue, auction and games, and benefits summer restoration of the Diamond Window Cabin overlooking Stagecoach Reservoir on Routt County Road 14. The cost is $15 per person, and children younger than 12 are admitted free. ■ Longtime Steamboat Springs resident and military flying ace Gen. Robin Olds will be honored at 4 p.m. in an informal ceremony at the clubhouse of the Rollingstone Golf Course, which is naming the putting green in his honor. All are welcome. ■ Steamboat’s Over The Hill Gang holds its June dinner/social at 6 p.m. at Catamount Lake House. All members, prospective members and guests are welcome. Call 846-2083.

MONDAY ■ Children entering kindergarten through third grade this fall are invited to “Crocodile Dock,” a free vacation Bible school, from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at Steamboat Christian Center.

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SUNDAY ■ Steamboat Lake State Park hosts a hike on the Tombstone Trail at 10 a.m., a water creature activity at noon, an animal track activity at 2 p.m. and a gold panning activity at 4 p.m.

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The great unwinding David Brooks

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Here’s one way to look at the politics of our era: We’ve moved from The Age of Leverage to The Great Unwinding. For about a generation, the U.S. surfed on a growing wave of debt. The ratio of debt to personal disposable income was 55 percent in 1960. Since then, it has more than doubled, reaching 133 percent in 2007. Total credit market debt — throwing in corporate, financial and Brooks other borrowing — has increased apace, surging from 143 percent of GDP in 1951 to 350 percent of GDP last year. Charts that mark these trends are truly horrifying. There is a steady level of debt through most of the 20th century, until the mid-1980s. Then there is a steep accelerating increase to today’s epic levels.

This rise in debt fueled a consumption binge. Consumption as a share of GDP stood at about 62 percent in the mid1960s and increased to about 73 percent by 2008. The baby boomers enjoyed an incredible spending binge. Meanwhile the Chinese, Japanese and European economies became reliant on the overextended U.S. consumer. It couldn’t last. The leverage wave crashed in the fall. Facing the possibility of systemic collapse, the government stepped in and replaced private borrowing with public borrowing. The Federal Reserve printed money at incredible rates, and federal spending ballooned. In 2007, the federal deficit was 1.2 percent of GDP. Two years later, it’s at 13 percent. The crisis response more or less worked. Historians will argue about the Paulson-Geithner-Bernanke reaction, but the economy seems to be stabilizing. And now attention turns to the task of the next decade: slowly unwinding the debt that has built up over the past generation.

American’s aren’t borrowing the way they used to, but the accumulated debt is still there. Over the next many years, Americans will have to save more and borrow less. The American economy will have to transition from an economy based on consumption and imports to an economy with a greater balance of business investment and production. A country that has become accustomed to reasonably fast growth and frothy affluence probably will have to adjust to slower growth and less retail fizz. The economic challenges will be hard. Reuven Glick and Kevin J. Lansing, of the San Francisco Fed, estimate that Americans will have to increase their household savings rate from 4 percent to 10 percent by 2018 to restore balance. That, they write, will produce “a near-term drag on overall economic activity.” Meanwhile, capital and labor will have to flow from sectors that depend on discretionary conSee Brooks, page 9

This time we won’t scare Nicholas D. Kristof THE NEW YORK TIMES

Perhaps you’ve seen those TV commercials denouncing health care reform as a plot to create a Canadian-style totalitarian nightmare, and you feel a wee bit scared. Back in the election campaign, some people spread rumors that Barack Obama might be a secret Muslim conspiring to impose Sharia law on us. That seems unlikely now, but what if he’s a Kristof covert Canadian plotting to impose health care? Rick Scott, a former hospital company chief executive, leads a group called Conservatives for Patients’ Rights. He was forced to resign as CEO after his company defrauded the government through overbilling and is now spending his time

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trying to block meaningful health care reform by terrifying us with commercials of “real-life stories of the victims of government-run health care.” So here’s a far more representative “real-life story.” Diane Tucker, 59, is an American lawyer who moved to Vancouver, Canada, in 2006. Like everyone else there, she now pays the equivalent of just $49 a month for health care. Then one day two years ago, Tucker was working on her office computer when she noticed that she was having trouble typing with her right hand. “I realized my hand was numb, so I tried to stand up to shake it out,” she remembered. “But I had trouble standing.” A colleague called 911, and an ambulance rushed her to the nearest hospital. “An emergency room doctor met me at the door, and they took me straight upstairs to the CT scan,” she recalled. A

neurologist explained that she had suffered a stroke. Tucker spent a week at the hospital. “The doctors were great, although there were also a couple of jerks,” she said. “The nursing staff was wonderful.” Still, there were two patients to a room, and conditions weren’t as opulent as at some American hospitals. “The food was horrible,” she said. Then again, the price was right. “They never spoke to me about money,” she said. “Not when I checked in, and not when I left.” Scaremongers emphasize the waits for specialists in Canada, and there’s some truth to the stories. After the stroke, Tucker needed to make a routine appointment with a neurologist and an ophthalmologist to see whether she should drive again. Initially, those appointments would have meant a two- or three-month wait, See Kristof, page 9 Bruce Tinsley

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code is rife with provisions that encourage leverage and discourage investment. The government will have to spend less on transfer payments and more on investments in science and infrastructure. The members of the Obama administration fully understand this and are brimming with good ideas about how to move from a bubble economy to an investment economy. Finding a political strategy to accomplish this, however, is proving to be very difficult. And getting Congress to move in this direction might be impossible. Congressional leaders have been fixated on short-term conventional priorities throughout this entire episode. There is no evidence that the power brokers understand the fundamental transition ahead. They are practicing the same self-indulgence that got us into this mess.

Let’s work on health reform without fear Kristof continued from 8 though in the end she managed to arrange them more quickly. Tucker underwent three months of rehabilitation, including physical therapy several times a week. Again there was no charge, no co-payment. Then, last year, Tucker fainted while on a visit to San Francisco, and an ambulance rushed her to the nearest hospital. But this was in the United States, so the person meeting her at the emergency room door wasn’t a doctor. “The first person I saw was a lady with a computer,” she said, “asking me how I intended to pay the bill.” Tucker did, in fact, have insurance, but she was told she would have to pay herself and seek reimbursement. Nothing was seriously wrong, and the hospital discharged her after five hours.

The bill came to $8,789.29. Tucker has since lost her job in the recession, but she says she’s stuck in Canada — because if she goes back to the United States, she will pay a fortune for private health insurance because of her history of a stroke. “I’m trying to find another job here,” she said. “I want to stay here because of medical insurance.” Another advantage of the Canadian system, she says, is that it emphasizes preventive care. When a friend was diagnosed as being pre-diabetic, he was put in a free two-year program emphasizing an improved diet and lifestyle — and he emerged as no longer being prone to diabetes. If Tucker’s story surprises you, you should know that Scott’s public relations initiative against health reform is led by the same firm that orchestrated the “Swift boat campaign”

against Sen. John Kerry in 2004. These commercials are just as false, for President Barack Obama is not proposing government-run health care — just a public insurance element in the mix. No doubt there are some genuine horror stories in Canada, as there are here in the United States. But the bottom line is that America’s health care system spends nearly twice as much per person as Canada’s (building the wealth of hospital tycoons like Scott). Yet our infant mortality rate is 40 percent higher than Canada’s, and American mothers are 57 percent more likely to die in childbirth than Canadian ones. In 1993, the “Harry and Louise” commercials frightened Americans into abandoning health reform. Let’s ensure those scare tactics don’t work this time.

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in 50 years. Second, political leaders will have to raise taxes and cut spending to get the federal fiscal house in order, and they will have to do it at a time when voters already are scaling back their lifestyles. Third, they will have to refrain from doing anything that might further damage America’s fiscal position, which is extremely fragile. That means not passing a health care reform package unless it is really and truly paid for. That means forming a Social Security commission next year to tackle that entitlement problem. Fourth, the political class is going to attempt the politically unthinkable. The U.S. is going to have to move toward a consumption tax, to discourage spending and encourage savings. There’s also a crying need for tax reform. As economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin points out, the tax

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The driver of a semitrailer jackknifed the vehicle while avoiding a deer late Friday morning on U.S. Highway 40 near the turnoff for the Hayden Station power plant two miles east of town, according to the Colorado State Patrol. According to the State Patrol, the driver of the semitrailer was not injured, and no other cars were involved in the accident.

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Lake Village settlement expected next week The town of Hayden hasn’t agreed on a plan for repairs to infrastructure at the Lake Village subdivision. The town has been working with Oregon-

based Robinson Construction for months to figure out who’s going to make fixes and how. Town Manager Russ Martin said he expected a deal next week. Martin has said the town won’t put its own cash toward the work. Any money the town contributes to repairs would come from a letter of credit — not taxpayers, he said. Developers of the subdivision in southern Hayden got a letter of credit worth $502,000 to guarantee the work. The town called on that letter and received the money, which it has used for legal fees.

Yampatika offers summer programs for children Yampatika’s summer programs provide children with

hands-on opportunities to explore their natural surroundings. Each program is themebased and designed to inspire environmental stewardship through education. This summer’s themes include Recycling and Beyond, Legends of the Yampa Valley, and Winged Wonders. New for 2009, Wilderness Pioneers is offered for children ages 12 to 14. This program will teach wilderness ethics and Leave No Trace practices, ending with a packin, pack-out overnight trip. Programs are offered for children ages 5 to 14 and run from June 29 to Aug. 14. Yampatika has need-based scholarships available, thanks to the Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation. For details, go to www.yampatika.org, or call 871-9151.

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THURSDAY, JUNE 11 2:02 a.m. Officers were called when an intrusion alarm went off in the 1200 block of Turning Leaf Court. An alarm company canceled the call after determining an individual had the correct passcode. 5:33 a.m. Officers found an unattended vehicle that had run into the side of a building in the alley of Sixth Street and Lincoln Avenue. The vehicle was impounded because of the property damage at the building. The incident is under investigation. 6:05 a.m. Officers responded to a call that a bear was trying to get into a bearproof trash can in the 400 block of Sixth Street. 7:15 a.m. Officers responded to a report that a warehouse window had been broken in the 2600 block of Copper Ridge Circle. A scene investigation was conducted. 8:03 a.m. Hayden police officers responded to a report of a bear in Hayden Cemetery. 9:46 a.m. Officers were called to an attempted burglary from the previous

evening in the 100 block of Ninth Street. 9:49 a.m. Steamboat Springs Animal Control officers responded to a report of a vicious dog at-large in the 3000 block of Aprés Ski Way. They took a statement from the reporting party. 10:12 a.m. Officers responded to a report of vandalism in the 1600 block of Lincoln Avenue. A glass globe from a decorative lamp post was found broken on the ground. It’s not known whether it was done by the weather or an individual. 10:38 a.m. Officers were called to a verbal argument between two individuals in Steamboat. They made contact and asked the individuals to resolve the argument in a more reasonable manner. 12:23 p.m. Officers received a report of a lost wallet the previous evening from the 600 block of Lincoln Avenue. 1:10 p.m. Officer received a report of a drunken driver near U.S. Highway 40 and Mount Werner Road from another motorist. They were unable to locate the driver. 1:58 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a highly intoxicated woman in the

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3300 block of Columbine Drive. The woman was taken by ambulance to Yampa Valley Medical Center. 6:20 p.m. Officers assisted Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue, who responded to a general fire alarm to the 200 block of Lincoln Avenue. It was a false alarm. 6:25 p.m. Officers responded to a twovehicle, non-injury accident near Ski Time Square Drive and Mount Werner Circle. A report was taken. 6:29 p.m. Officers were called to a complaint of an ongoing vehicle speeding problem in the 1800 block of Cornice Road. The calling party requested extra patrol. 7:43 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a bear inside a large metal trash container in the 2300 block of Ski Trail Lane.

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A murder trial, which was scheduled to begin next week, has been pushed back nearly two months after a judge’s ruling Tuesday in Moffat County District Court. Terry Han kins, 72, is charged with first-degree murder and abuse of a corpse in connection with the June 2007 death of his wife, 34year-old Cynthia Hankins. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges, and his jury trial was slated to begin Monday. The process of paneling a jury began Tuesday. About 170 potential jurors were brought to the court in three separate sessions for an introduction to the proceedings and to fill out a 10 to 12 page questionnaire in preparation for narrowing the jury pool. Between sessions, prosecutors from the 14th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and Hankins’ public defenders met with Michael O’Hara, chief judge of the 14th

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Judicial District, to address pending motions in the case. At the center of officials’ discussion Tuesday was the prosecution’s recent discovery of a prior Hankins felony conviction. Details of that earlier conviction, according to court records, are listed below: ■ In late May, investigator Joe DeAngelo, of the District Attorney’s Office, learned that, decades ago, Terry Hankins was convicted of using dynamite to blow up gasoline pumps and tanks at a Texaco station and a gasoline wholesaler in Egnar and Dove Creek. ■ Hankins was charged with felony malicious mischief in connection, and he pleaded guilty to the charge.

■ In February 1964, Hankins was sentenced to four years probation in Dolores County District Court for the conviction. ■ The prosecution discovered the 1964 conviction, which it had not known about, by interviewing Hankins’ estranged brother. That interview was conducted to confirm family history that Hankins had given to his expert psychologist. ■ The 1964 conviction occurred three years before the implementation of the National Crime Information Center, law enforcement’s central database for tracking crime-related information, and was not contained in that database. Hankins’ public defenders filed a motion asking the court to suppress the prior felony conviction at trial or grant a continuance, which would allow them more time to challenge the finding. On Tuesday, the court denied the motion to suppress but granted the motion to continue. The trial has been rescheduled for Aug. 10 in district court.

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She’ll never forget the day she made progress Crosthwaite continued from 6 spontaneous acts of emotions. “Children will come and crawl up on your lap,” she said. “They’ll come and hug around your legs. You can just tell when they need some extra (tender loving care). And that’s always been a top priority for the helpers and me: If a child needs some extra TLC, we give it to them.” However, along with those moving displays of affection, Crosthwaite said there are many sudden acts of anger and frustration.

“We’d get some here who don’t have very stable home lives and who get frustrated very easily,” she said. When that happened, she would take the student into another room and let them know that their fellow students didn’t want to see or hear his or her tantrum and that they could finish venting in the other room. Then, if the student was ready, she’d try to talk out the problem. Crosthwaite said she had one student who had a tendency to lash out. She spent a lot of time working with him, trying to

model correct behavior. But she’ll never forget the day when it hit home that she had made progress. “He got angry over some thing or another and got up and kicked the chair under the table,” she said. “And then he turned around and looked at me and said, ‘I know. Let’s do that again. We can do it better.’ And he pulled the chair out and put it back under the table, and I just about cried. He had realized that his behavior was out of bounds, and he wanted to make a change.”

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to dry is about a great deal more than just energy conservation. He is passionate in his belief that clotheslines are an institution supporting a way of life in Vermont. It’s a lifestyle he sums up with the word “inclusionary.” In small-town Vermont, thriftiness is a virtue, not a social stigma, and neighbors are indifferent to the relative wealth of one another. When you think about it, there was a time not too long ago when every household relied exclusively on clotheslines. Then, hard working people with discre-

tionary income acquired the first dryers. And almost overnight, the lowly clothesline became a reverse status symbol — if you still had one in your yard, perhaps it was because you couldn’t afford a dryer. Could it be that the humble clothesline is the next status symbol in the green revolution? I dream of a day when my neighbors and I gather beneath our green laundry in our commons area and share the news of the day over organic microbrews. Based on the laughter my proposal inspired at our HOA meeting, that day may be some distance in the future.

The hardware store in Steamboat continues to sell several styles of clotheslines, and plastic and wooden clothespins. The Vermont Country Store also offers everything you need at its Web page. There, you also will find an Orton family editorial on the subject. Even better, you can find a video of Lyman’s statehouse address at www.righttodry.blip. tv/#1735675. Tom Ross is a longtime Steamboat resident. His column is published Tuesdays and Saturdays in Steamboat Today.

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allowed to weigh in. Antonucci said that he supported a vote pal election, City Clerk Julie if the public really wanted Franklin said. Under Colorado one. But the council is oblilaw, however, that number is 10 gated to follow the West of Steamboat Springs Area Plan, percent. Steamboat 700 develop- which allows for development in that area, he ers have agreed to said. accept that 10 perThe West of “That thing cent threshold. City Steamboat Springs went through a lot residents will vote Area Plan “went of public scrutiny in November on and went through changing the city’s through a lot of this plan, and our threshold to match public scrutiny and job is to uphold the state level. went through this that,” Antonucci But a public vote plan, and our job is said. on Steamboat 700 Campbell diswouldn’t be posto uphold that.” agrees. He said sible until the City residents shouldn’t Council approved Loui Antonucci be expected to be annexation. From City Council president able to follow such there, the clock discussions closely. would start ticking. “We’re like a bunch of sheep Petitioners would have 30 days to gather the required signa- out here trying to make a living, grazing in the pasture, and we tures. City Council President Loui don’t pay much attention to the Antonucci said he didn’t know goings on,” Campbell said. Sure, he agreed, people how soon an annexation vote would come. City staff members should always pay attention have worked with Steamboat to their government, but the 700 developers to create a pos- bottom line is that they don’t. sible timeline, he said. Those Steamboat 700 is important estimates put the annexation up enough to require a public vote, for consideration in September. Campbell said. He’s concerned If the petitioners collected about the additional housing the required 10 percent of sig- and people. “They’ll increase the traffic natures from registered voters, the ordinance would be by 2,000 houses to be built,” suspended, Franklin said. The Campbell said. “That means at council then would have a least two or three vehicles per chance to reconsider the ordi- house, and all of them will be nance. If it still approved the coming into town every day to measure, the question would go work and shop and do whatever they do, and we’re already to voters in 30 to 90 days. Under that time frame, it at the maximum.” The council is doing its due could appear on the Nov. 3 baldiligence by examining study lot for city voters. If Campbell had his way, after study, Antonucci said. all of Routt County would be Officials will look at fiscal

To petition for a vote ■ Five city voters must file an affidavit with the city clerk stating that they’ll serve as a petitioners’ committee. ■ The group must file its referendum petition within 30 days after the City Council adopts the ordinance being challenged. ■ When a referendum petition is filed with the city clerk, the ordinance sought to be reconsidered shall be suspended. The suspension shall terminate when: 1. There is a final determination of insufficiency of the petition, or 2. The petitioners’ committee withdraws petition, or 3. The council repeals the ordinance, or 4. Certification of a favorable vote of qualified electors of the city on the ordinance. ■ The vote shall be held not less than 30 days and not later than 90 days from the date of the final council vote. If no regular municipal election is to be held within the period prescribed, the council shall provide for a special election. Source: Steamboat Springs’ Municipal Code

impacts, U.S. Highway 40, water issues and recreation issues, for example, he said. If the council approves annexation and petitioners get the signatures, Antonucci said he supported a vote. But right now, he said, it seems as though only a few voices are raised. “To me, it’s like, hey, if there’s really a large portion of the population that has concerns about this and wants to take this to a vote, I’m all for it. … The fact that we have had public process, I would choose not to drag this thing through the mud unless it’s mandated by the people,” he said.

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Group encourages Hayden to promote past Historic buildings receiving plaques ■ Norvell’s Mercantile, now HiWay Bar ■ Parks Hall, now a private residence ■ Friederich’s Jewelry Store, collapsed and demolished ■ Bowling alley and Ferry Carpenter’s office, part of Elkhead Quilting building ■ Church and pool hall, now Hayden Marketplace ■ Bank and Hugus Mercantile, now Curbside Commercial Laundry

velopment Commission, the Hayden Chamber of Commerce and the state Department of Local Affairs. The group encouraged Hayden to promote its past by creating a historical district. That area includes Walnut Street, part of Jefferson Avenue and buildings such as the Hayden granary, now Yampa Valley Feeds. Signs for other historical buildings are on the way,

■ Hayden Meat Market, now Pediatrics of Steamboat Springs’ Hayden office ■ Kleckner’s Grocery Store, was Mount Harris Liquors ■ Dr. John Solandt’s office, now Mount Harris Laundry ■ Telephone company, now Thistle Dew Salon ■ Wagner Saddle Shop, now Porcupine Designs

Hellyer said. Hayden historian Jan Leslie provided much of the information for the plaques. Few people realize how developed the town was, she said. “We had two banks, two theaters, two bowling alleys,” Leslie said. “We just used to have so much more.”

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Council to hold workshop about charter Carwile continued from 5 late any other campaign spending provisions. “He didn’t violate the charter,” Wohl said. “He submitted an amended report, and that’s fine. They (the initial report) were not complete, but they were accurate. It would be unreasonable to prosecute an individual under that set of facts.” Carwile said he thought he followed all of the law’s requirements. “The report was sufficient, and if it’s necessary to amend those, you can,” he said. Carwile is not the only former council candidate who may have violated the terms of the charter. Craig resident Francisco Reina was cited with a Class A municipal violation after he declared he spent more of his own money on his campaign than the $500 limit allowed by the charter. Reina faces possible penalties of as much as a $1,000 fine and as many as 180 days in jail and is scheduled to appear in municipal court at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Carwile voted in favor of the council’s recommendation to prosecute Reina at the city’s May 26 meeting. But, he said he was hesitant to do so, particularly after Wohl said he was inclined to not charge Reina. “We talked about the separation of powers … and there’s a line there that it’s difficult to say when council should not be a participant,” Carwile said. “The city attorney stated very clearly that Francisco violated the charter. For me … it’s a little different situation. I turned in the report on time, and if I need to amend it, I’ll do so.”

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Not bad for 45 country kids, she added. Bonnie Bogue became a lawyer and now lives in the San Francisco area. Sam “Butch” McBride, an engineer, lives in Sandy, Utah. Chris Andrew, who spent 32 years at the University of Florida, splits time between Steamboat and Gainesville, Fla. Loris Werner, Bud’s younger brother, was vice president of Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. for 32 years. Kirk Mahaffey spent his career with Yampa Valley Electric Association before retiring 11 years ago. Both have lived near Steamboat since graduating. Those are just a few of the stories and some of the things that have happened since 1959 when Steamboat was a small town of 2,000 people. ALICE SELCH-STEPHENSON/COURTESY “We were all country kids back then,” said Chris Andrew. Officers for the Steamboat Springs High School Class of 1959, as shown in “Even if you lived in town, you the yearbook, clockwise from left, are Alice Selch, Alan McBride, Stuart Ross, Orval were a country kid. Steamboat’s Bedell and Jon Elliott. different now.” Bonnie Bogue said “when Harbor, Wash., to reminisce you move away, you real- with his former students. “I’m very fond of this bunch,” ize how unusual a small town he said. “I left Steamboat and Steamboat was.” Despite its changes, many went elsewhere the year after said they loved their time grow- they graduated. I’ve been back for a couple of the reunions.” ing up in town. Selch-Stephenson said many “They were the ideal years to grow up here because the of her classmates haven’t seen growth hadn’t started yet,” one another since their last reunion 10 years ago. But, she Selch-Stephenson said. MATT STENSLAND/STAFF Even a former teach- said, some haven’t seen one Steamboat Springs High School 1957 er returned for the reunion. another since they graduated. graduate Jo Semotan visits with ’59 grad“It’s been a real treat,” said uate Ty Orval during a gathering Friday Marshall Sanborn, who taught the class in seventh and eighth Leona Kimball-Adamson. “I for members of the class of ’59.The group grades and their senior year, haven’t seen most of these peo- is celebrating their reunion throughout the weekend. made the trip Friday from ple for the full 50 years.”


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A baseball bat found near where a University of Colorado senior was brutally beaten is connected to the man charged with the student’s 1997 rape and murder, a prosecutor said Friday as opening arguments began in the once-cold case. Diego Olmos Alcalde faces charges of first degree murder, sexual assault and kidnapping in the death of Susannah Chase, of Stamford, Conn., who was attacked in an alley while walking home alone from a pizza parlor. Authorities linked Olmos Alcalde, a native of Chile, to the crime last year using a DNA sample taken from him after a conviction in Wyoming for kidnapping. That sample matched semen found in Chase, authorities have said. On Friday, prosecutor Ryan Brackley cited further DNA evidence, telling jurors that Olmos Alcalde’s girlfriend in 1997 owned a similar baseball bat used in the slaying. Although investigators didn’t find Olmos Alcalde’s DNA on the bat, they discovered traces that belonged to the then-girlfriend, Brackley said. “That connects him to that bat,” Brackley told jurors. “It connects the defendant to the beginning of the crime scene.” Defense attorney Steven K. Jacobson said in his opening statement that the DNA profile of another man also was found on the bat handle, evidence he said investigators have ignored. He showed jurors a projection slide that displayed numbers corresponding to the unknown male DNA profile alongside the silhouette of a man. “That man, the real killer, is there,” he said, pointing at the screen. “If this courtroom had windows, he could be walking by right now.” Jacobson also suggested that the semen discovered in Chase didn’t come from a rape. “Miss Chase had consensual sex, a day, if not days prior to when she was senselessly attacked,” he said. Olmos Alcalde, 39, has insisted he didn’t know Chase or even was in Boulder when the 23-year-old was attacked a block from her home Dec. 21, 1997. She died the next day in a hospital — the same day she was supposed to fly home to Connecticut for Christmas.

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Stocks, looking tired after 3-month run, hit pause NEW YORK

The stock market’s rally is on hold, and it’s not clear what might restart it. Stock indicators barely budged this week after last week’s big gains. The Dow Jones industrial average managed to push into the black for the year with a modest gain Friday, but many traders still are cautious.

The continuing crop of better-than-expected economic news has lost its ability to incite the kinds of big gains the market was enjoying in March, early in a three-month rally that has brought the Standard & Poor’s index up 39.9 percent. Those kinds of gains might typically take years to occur, so it’s understandable that traders would become wary about hitting the “buy” button. Also, the market’s enthusiasm about the econo-

my has been checked recently by unease about increasing interest rates and inflation. Joe Clark, managing partner of Financial Enhancement Group, said investors have for now absorbed all the good news possible to push stocks higher. “The sponge seems to be full,” he said. The bond market exercised unusual control over stocks this week as investors worried that the Treasury Department was running low on buyers for U.S.

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Official: ‘Brutal’ budget cuts may be ahead THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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A Colorado lawmaker is warning that state colleges and universities could face spending cuts next year because tax collections are declining. Democratic state Sen. Moe Keller, of Wheat Ridge, said Thursday the state could have $150 million to $300 million less than expected. Keller, chairwoman of the Joint Budget Committee, says that could mean “brutal” cuts in spending for higher education, as well as prisons and kindergartenthrough-12th grade schools. She says state sales tax collections for May were $77 million below projections and that economists think income taxes still being collected may be as much as $80 million less than expected.

UNC considers 9 percent undergraduate tuition hike GREELEY

The University of Northern Colorado trustees are considering a 9 percent increase in undergraduate tuition. Tuition currently is about $3,900 a year for most in-state undergraduate students taking 12 credit-hours a semester. Tuition for music, theater, nursing and business schools is higher. The Greeley-based university raised tuition 9.5 percent last year and 9.9 percent the year before that.

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Just as voting is set to begin on a new union contract, King Soopers is accusing union representatives of disrupting business and intimidating workers. The supermarket chain is asking a federal judge to step in and stop “black shirted” union representatives from talking to workers on the sales floor and handing out union fliers and buttons. U.S. District Judge Robert Blackburn said Friday that he would consider the issue during a hearing next Thursday. Voting on the new contract is set to begin Monday.


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Historic anti-smoking bill aims at stopping teens WASHINGTON

No more “light” cigarettes or candy-flavored smokes. Bigger, scarier warning labels. Fewer ads featuring sexy young smokers. Historic anti-smoking legislation sped to final congressional passage Friday — after a bitter fight lasting nearly a half-century — and lawmakers and the White House quickly declared it would save the lives of thousands of smokers of all ages. Even more important, they said,

the measure could keep countless young people from starting in the first place. President Barack Obama, admittedly still struggling with his own nicotine habit, saluted passage of the bill, which he will soon sign. He said, “For over a decade, leaders of both parties have fought to prevent tobacco companies from marketing their products to children and provide the public with the information they need to understand what a dangerous habit this is.” Specifically, the measure for the first time will give the

Food and Drug Administration authority to regulate what goes into tobacco products, demand changes or elimination of toxic substances and block the introduction of new products. Will it matter as much as supporters say? Smokers lighting up outside Washington offices had mixed reactions. Government researcher Reginald Little, 47, who said he swiped his first cigarette from his grandfather at age 15, thought regulation was needed “because you don’t know exactly what’s in it.”

But Becky Cook, a 22-yearold program analyst, said that, while she supported limits on ads aimed at children, “I already know it’s bad for me, so I don’t think knowing how much is really in one cigarette is really going to make a difference.” And nonsmokers? Yan Meek, 42, a finance analyst from Jacksonville, Fla., who was visiting the nation’s capital with her 8-year-old son, Jesse, doesn’t smoke and suggested the legislation would lead to “too much government control over personal lives, personal choices.” Lionel Richardson, 26, an electrical engineer visiting from Huger, S.C., is a nonsmoker, too, but called the legislation a good thing. “It’s a drug,” he said, and “the FDA plays a big part in what drugs are sold.” As for restricting advertisements, he said, “They make it sexy so kids think it’s the cool thing to do.” The thousand health and consumer groups that endorsed

the bill say that, combined with other anti-smoking efforts, it can significantly reduce the 400,000 deaths and $100 billion in health care costs attributed every year to smoking in the U.S. Under the legislation: ■ Cigarette packages will have warning labels that cover 50 percent of the front and rear. The word “warning” must be included in capital letters. ■ Any remaining tobaccorelated sponsorships of sports and entertainment events will be banned, as will giveaways of nontobacco items with the purchase of a tobacco product. A federal ban will be imposed on all outdoor tobacco advertising within 1,000 feet of schools and playgrounds. ■ Point-of-sale advertising will be limited to adults-only facilities, and remaining vending machines will disappear except in places restricted to adults. Retailers who sell to minors will be subject to federal enforcement and penalties.

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Ralph Deangelis planned his family’s cross-country RV excursion around taking in great sights at Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Canyon. But Deangelis also likes being able to see practical things like local TV weather reports while they’re on the road. So the switch by broadcasters to all-digital signals Friday is bringing special headaches for campers such as him. Many put off upgrading the TVs in their RVs because it meant tearing up cabinets designed to maximize space, and they’re worried now that without over-the-air signals they’ll have less access to forecasts and storm warnings. Deangelis, of Bethlehem, Pa., said this week at the KOA Kampground in Sioux Falls that he’ll have to rely on cable-ready campsites this trip, because of he hasn’t bought a digital converter box to work with his RV’s older TV set. He figured why bother, as he already had to remove a faulty rooftop antenna. Plenty of newer RVs are equipped with satellite dishes, antennae or both — especially the ones people use as summer or full-time homes, with their only TVs. But Mark Thies, service adviser with Spader’s RV Center in Sioux Falls, estimates that 95 percent of weekend RVers rely on over-the-air signals. He’s expecting a flood of

phone calls Monday morning when occasional campers realize they weren’t prepared. Lots of people procrastinated because retrofitting RVs with a converter box can be a “total nightmare” that could cost $300 to $400, Thies said. It can involve hours of pulling out cabinetry, rerouting wires and trying to find a spot to mount the box. “The problem is when they put the TVs in the RVs, everything is built in a confined area, so we have to modify where those boxes go,” Thies said. “My recommendation is put in a new TV. That’s the easiest, best way for these people.” That can bring the same kind of remodeling headaches, said Darrell Brink, a 66-year-old Sioux Falls building contractor who opted for the converter box. “The problem with getting a new TV is when you buy the RV, it was built for the TV that came in it,” Brink said. “You just can’t switch the TV out, because they’re built in.” A few sites down from Brink’s at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, John Luckie, of Georgia, thinks he has it figured out. Having a DirecTV satellite dish means he can watch his favorite national channels — but because of that account is based in Georgia, he gets only Atlanta’s local stations as he travels across the country. So if he wants to know if it’s going to rain tomorrow where he’s at, he switches to use the rooftop antenna connected to his high-definition TV.


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Senators have industry ties Key officials hold strong connections with health care companies Larry Margasak and Sharon Theimer THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WASHINGTON

Influential senators working to overhaul the nation’s health care system have investments and family ties with some of the biggest names in the industry. The wife of Sen. Chris Dodd, the lawmaker in charge of writing the Senate’s bill, sits on the boards of four health care companies. Members of both parties have industry connections, including Democrats Jay Rockefeller and Tom Harkin, in addition to Dodd, and Republicans Tom Coburn, Judd Gregg, John Kyl and Orrin Hatch, financial reports showed Friday. Jackie Clegg Dodd, wife of the Connecticut Democrat, is on the boards of Javelin Pharmaceuticals, Cardiome Pharma, Brookdale Senior Living and

Pear Tree Pharmaceuticals. Dodd is filling in for ailing Sen. Edward Kennedy, DMass., chairman of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, which soon will start work on a health care bill. Other publicly available documents show Jackie Dodd last year was one of the most highly compensated nonemployee members of the Javelin Pharmaceuticals board, on which she has served since 2004. She earned $32,000 in fees and $109,587 in stock option awards last year, according to the company’s SEC filings. Jackie Dodd earned $79,063 in fees from Cardiome in its last fiscal year, while Brookdale Senior Living gave her $122,231 in stock awards in 2008, their SEC filings show. She earned no income from her post as a director for Pear Tree Pharmaceuticals but holds as much as $15,000 in stock in Pear Tree,

which describes itself as a development-stage pharmaceutical company focused on the needs of aging women. The annual financial disclosure reports for members of Congress are less precise. They only require that assets and liabilities be listed in ranges of values. Dodd was granted a 90-day extension to file his report covering last year, but released it to The Associated Press. Bryan DeAngelis, Dodd’s spokesman, said, “Jackie Clegg Dodd’s career is her own; absolutely independent of Sen. Dodd, as it was when they married 10 years ago. The senator has worked to reform our health care system for decades, and nothing about his wife’s career is relevant at all to his leadership of that effort.” DeAngelis said that Jackie Dodd has hired a personal ethics lawyer to avoid any conflicts of interest and is not a lobbyist.

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ValuJet was reborn as AirTran. Philip Morris rechristened itself Altria. Blackwater became Xe. Would a name change work for beleaguered General Motors? It would mean casting aside a brand that stood for almost a century as a symbol of American industrial might, but some marketing experts say it might be just the thing to help the once-mighty automaker make a fresh start. “If the goal is to try and put this company on a massive diet and just turn it into a smaller car manufacturing operation, I’m not sure there’d be that much harm in rebranding,” said JeanPierre Dube, a University of Chicago marketing professor. “The brand isn’t in good shape,” he said, “so they have little to lose.” With GM tarnished by its bankruptcy and its reputation for building cars no one wants, wise crackers have had no trouble coming up with new names. There’s Groveling Motors, after GM’s appetite for federal bailouts. And General Moneypit. And, perhaps most popular, Government Motors — after the taxpayers’ major ownership stake. With GM still righting itself, “it’s just too soon” to think about a name change, company spokeswoman Susan Garontakos said. But she acknowledged the idea is part of discussions within the company. “We know we want to reinvent the company and want to build it so that it’s something that

will show that GM is going to be the company of choice,” she said. In April, not long after taking the reins of GM from its ousted former leader, CEO Fritz Henderson was asked about the possibility and said it was “not something that’s high on my list of things to do.” “Actually I haven’t spent too much time worrying about the name of the company,” he said. “We’ve only got so much time on our hands trying to get the brands right.” GM’s misery has company among other big businesses that changed their names after tough times. ValuJet, devastated when one of its planes crashed into the Florida Everglades in 1996, killing all 110 people aboard, took the name AirTran after buying that company’s fleet a year later. It survives under that name today. More recently, security firm Blackwater Worldwide, changed its name to Xe — pronounced like the letter Z — earlier this year to distance itself from its operations in Iraq, including a deadly 2007 shooting that killed several civilians. Name changes often reflect how a company wants its business to be perceived. Philip Morris Cos. changed its name to Altria Group in 2003 because the company, which was also then the owner of food maker Kraft, wanted to shed its tobacco image. But it’s an effort not taken lightly. Experts warn that

rebranding a corporate identity can take years and hundreds of millions of marketing dollars, drawing attention to how the automaker is spending money under government control. And such a colossal effort still might not win over drivers or investors.

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The U.N. Security Council on Friday punished North Korea for its second nuclear test, imposing tough new sanctions, expanding an arms embargo and authorizing ship searches on the high seas, with the goal of derailing the isolated nation’s nuclear and

missile programs. In a sign of growing global anger at Pyongyang’s pursuit of nuclear weapons in defiance of the council, the North’s closest allies Russia and China joined Western powers and nations from every region in unanimously approving the sanctions resolution. The resolution seeks to deprive North Korea of financing and material for its weapons

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program and bans the country’s lucrative arms exports, especially missiles. It does not ban normal trade but does call on international financial institutions not to provide the North with grants, aid or loans except for humanitarian, development and denuclearization programs. U.S. Deputy Ambassador Rosemary DiCarlo said the resolution provided “a strong and united international response” to North Korea’s test in defiance of a ban imposed after its first underground atomic blast in October 2006 by imposing “unprecedented” measures. “The message of this resolution is clear: North Korea’s behavior is unacceptable to the international community, and the international community is determined to respond,” DiCarlo said. “North Korea should return without conditions to a process of peaceful dialogue.” China’s U.N. Ambassador Zhang Yesui said the nuclear test had affected regional peace and security. He strongly urged Pyongyang to promote the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and return quickly to Beijing-hosted six-party talks aimed at dismantling North Korea’s nuclear program. He said the resolution demonstrates the international community’s “firm opposition” to the atomic blast, “but also sends a positive signal” by showing the council’s determination to resolve the issue “peacefully through dialogue and negotiations.”


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NBA FINALS

MLB

Orlando continues to believe in Finals

Rockies still on winning streak

Tom Withers

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ORLANDO, FLA.

Magic coach Stan Van Gundy tried to sleep. He closed his eyes, but his cluttered basketball brain, a cyclone of Xs and Os, wouldn’t relax. Game 4 of the NBA finals, the one Orlando fumbled away with atrocious free-throw shooting, a hideous third quarter and questionable late-game strategy, kept Van Gundy awake. It may for many nights ahead. Maybe years. With only a few hours to reflect on what went wrong Thursday night in Los Angeles’ 98-91 overtime win against the Magic, Van Gundy, who elected not to have his team foul with a three-point lead in the final seconds of regulation, was asked if a night’s rest had brought him any clarity. “The assumption of a night’s sleep is way off base,” he said on a conference call. Leading, 87-84, with 11.1 seconds to go, the Magic allowed Derek Fisher, L.A.’s Mr. Big and Bigger Shot, to dribble into the frontcourt and hit a gametying 3-pointer with 4.6 seconds left. Fisher, who would stick a fork in the Magic’s hopes — and perhaps their season — with another 3-pointer in OT, made his shot over Orlando guard Jameer Nelson, who was slow to react to Fisher’s penetration. During a timeout after Magic center Dwight Howard had bricked the two biggest free throws of his young career, Van Gundy had told his team, which went just 22 of 37 from the line, not to foul. Too much time left, Van Gundy thought. And not with Kobe Bryant around. He didn’t want to risk more missed free throws, giving the Lakers more chances. Van Gundy is sticking to his (van)guns. “I’ve rethought it and rethought it and rethought it,” he said as the teams took a two-day break before Sunday’s Game 5. See NBA, page 26

DENVER

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The Pittsburgh Penguins celebrate after defeating the Detroit Red Wings, 2-1, in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup finals Friday at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit.

Penguins win Cup Talbot helps Pittsburgh beat Detroit, 2-1, in Game 7 IRA PODELL

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DETROIT

Slide over Super Mario and make room on the Stanley Cup for a new batch of Pittsburgh Penguins. Max Talbot scored two second-period goals, and the Penguins overcame the loss of captain Sidney Crosby to beat the defending champion

Detroit Red Wings, 2-1, in Game 7 and win the Cup on Friday night. Instead of the Red Wings becoming the NHL’s first repeat champion since winning titles in 1997 and 1998, this turned into a Penguins party. The last time Pittsburgh was crowned champion, in 1991 and ’92, it was captained by owner Mario Lemieux. This one wouldn’t have

been possible without a clutch diving save across the crease by Marc-Andre Fleury, who denied four-time champion Nicklas Lidstrom with 1 second left. “I knew there wasn’t much time left,” Fleury said. “The rebound was wide. I just decided to get my body out there, and it hit me in the ribs so it See NHL, page 26

Ubaldo Jimenez pitched the second complete game of his career and had an RBI single to help the Colorado Rockies extend their winning streak to nine games with a 6-4 victory against the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. The Rockies’ FRIDAY’S GAME: franchise record Rockies 6 is 11 consecutive Mariners 4 wins from Sept. 16 to 27, 2007. Jimenez (5-6) allowed four runs and eight hits and struck out three. Troy Tulowitzki had a home run and Dexter Fowler drove in a run with a squeeze bunt for the Rockies who are 11-4 since manager Jim Tracy took over for Clint Hurdle on May 29. Adrian Beltre drove in two runs with a double, and Russell Branyan hit his 15th homer for the Mariners, who had won four of five. Jarrod Washburn (3-5) allowed five runs, four earned and six hits in six innings. Branyan hit a 1-2 breaking ball into the Colorado bullpen in right center with one out in the first inning to give Seattle a 1-0 lead. The Mariners made it 3-0 in the third inning on Beltre’s bases-loaded double. Washburn reached on a fielder’s choice, Ichiro Suzuki singled and Branyan drew a walk ahead of Beltre’s drive off the left field wall one out. Colorado got two runs back in its half of the third on Todd Helton’s two-out RBI single and on a throwing error by Washburn that pulled Branyan off the bag at first and allowed Barmes to score. The Rockies got an unearned run in the seventh inning off Miguel Batista to make it 6-4. Tulowitzki walked, stole second and moved to third when catcher Rob Johnson threw the ball into center field and scored on Batista’s wild pitch.


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School let out at Steamboat Springs High School, and fall sports may be about the last thing on anyone’s mind. Still, in one of her last acts before retiring, Steamboat athletic secretary Kate Parke said anyone wanting to participate in school sports next fall needs to turn in the appropriate paperwork. Athletes who plan to compete in next fall’s sports — cross country, boys soccer, vol-

leyball, golf, football, softball, boys tennis and cheerleading — need to get, fill out and turn in a packet of forms. Included in the packet is an athletic registration form, an outline of student activity policies, a sports medicine medical history form and a physical form signed by a doctor. They must all be filled out and turned in along with the $150 sports participation fee and any extra dues associated with Tier 2 sports before an athlete can take

SPORTS BRIEFS part in any practices. The golf team will start practice Aug. 10, just three days before it’s first competition. The rest of the sports, meanwhile, will start practice Aug. 17. Athletes can pick the packet of forms up at the high school or from their sports’ coach. They can be dropped off at the high school until June 26, then again starting Aug. 3.

Residency ski program announced for Austria Lowell Whiteman School and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club have partnered together for a program that will allow local alpine skiing athletes to travel to Austria to focus on training this fall. The program, which has seven spots, is open to students between eighth grade and their senior year in high school. It stretches from Oct.

1 to 29. It will feature academic support from Lowell Whiteman and coaching from the Winter Sports Club staff. The camp costs $5,200 for current Winter Sports Club skiers and $5,800 for those not enrolled in the club. Applications are due June 30. For more information, contact Rob Worrell at rworrell@sswsc.org or 8780695. — To reach Joel Reichenberger, call 871-4253 or e-mail jreichenberger@steamboatpilot.com

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was good.” Fleury was stellar in making 23 saves and erasing the memories of a 5-0 loss in Game 5 at Joe Louis Arena that put the Penguins on the brink of elimination. Pittsburgh returned home and gutted out a 2-1 win, behind Fleury’s 25 saves in Game 6, and forced the winnertake-all matchup. “When you’re playing Game 7 for the Stanley Cup, and you’re playing at home, it makes it tough to lose,” Lidstrom said. “It’s devastating when you’re that close.” The sting especially was strong for Marian Hossa, who spurned the Penguins after last year’s Cup loss and signed a less-lucrative, one-year deal with the Red Wings, the team he thought had the best chance to win. “Sometimes you make choices. I still had a great year in this orga-

nization,” said Hossa, who had no goals in the series. “If you score one more, you can celebrate, but if not, they’re celebrating. That’s life. You just have to move on.” This was Pittsburgh’s second championship in four months, after the Steelers’ Super Bowl victory in February. Jonathan Ericsson cut the Wings’ deficit to 2-1 with 6:07 remaining, and Niklas Kronwall nearly tied it with 2:14 left, but his drive smacked the crossbar. Detroit pressed further after goalie Chris Osgood was pulled, but Fleury stood his ground. His last save started a wild scene that culminated in the awarding of the Cup. Crosby took it from NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and skated to center ice before handing it off to Bill Guerin, who joined the team from the last-place New York Islanders at the trade deadline and became a

champion for the first time since 1995 with New Jersey. “When I got traded to Pittsburgh, the Pens were in 10th, and I was in 30th,” Guerin said. “We came together and bonded quickly.” Lemieux, the No. 1 pick in the 1984 draft by Pittsburgh, celebrated on the ice with Crosby — the phenom who has been living in Lemieux’s house since joining the team. The Penguins are the second team to win two Game 7s on the road after their second-round victory against Washington — a series they also trailed, 2-0. They turned the tables on the Red Wings and captured the Cup on enemy ice, just as Detroit did in Pittsburgh last year. The Penguins are the first to win the title the year after losing in the finals since Edmonton 25 years ago against the Islanders — the previous finals rematch.

So much for the Detroit dynasty. Not only were the Red Wings shooting for their second straight title, but their fifth in 12 seasons and 12th overall. “It is hard for people to believe. We don’t take winning for granted,” Osgood said. “We know how hard it is. We do have a good team but it’s very, very difficult to win in this league. We were pushed every series.” Evgeni Malkin, who led the playoffs with 36 points, won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the postseason MVP. He assisted on Talbot’s first. Crosby, four years after being the No. 1 selection in the draft, became the youngest captain of a champion at 21. He played just one shift after leaving the ice during the second period after taking a hard hit along the boards from Johan Franzen that left him unable to walk due to a knee injury.

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tion where we feel like we can’t play with the Lakers and don’t have a chance to win or anything else,” he said. “Our confidence level will be high. Our guys have demonstrated incredible resiliency all year. I would expect us to play extremely well on Sunday.” Los Angeles is bracing for Orlando’s best shot. This is the moment Bryant, seeking his fourth title, and the Lakers have been building toward. After losing to the Boston Celtics in last year’s finals, their focus since the season began has been solely on getting back to the top. Now, they are 48 minutes from redemption and another championship. They don’t intend to relax until it is theirs. The mission is nearly accomplished. Nearly. “You have to stay focused,” Bryant said after scoring 32 points in Game 4. “You have to hold on to your excitement and just prepare. Prepare, prepare, prepare and go get ready.”

Coach Phil Jackson held a brief meeting with his players Friday to remind them of the stakes. At it, he sensed emotions were soaring. “They’re excited about the possibility of winning, and they’re thrilled to have won that game,” he said. “I told them there’s a chance tomorrow’s practice may be the last practice of the season. That’s also something that gets them pretty excited because practice for players is something that is, at this level of the game, having gone through hundreds or probably more than a hundred-some practices, they’re excited about not having to come to practice again.” The Lakers have experienced both sides of the Game 5 coin. In the 2000 finals, they held a 3-1 lead against the Indiana Pacers, who then drilled them, 120-87, in Game 5. Last year, Los Angeles trailed Boston, 31, in the finals but salvaged Game 5 at Staples Center before losing Game 6 on the road.


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Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Marshall missed a mandatory minicamp Friday but met later in the day with coach Josh McDaniels. “We’re going to do the best thing we can for the organization and for Brandon,” McDaniels said before the meeting. “If those two Marshall things are the same, then it will work out. That’s what we’re attempting to do right now.” McDaniels said Marshall’s contract could come up during the meeting, which was expected to include owner Pat Bowlen. Marshall is due $2.2 million this season, the final year of a four-year contract he signed as a rookie. He drove away from the

team’s training complex after about 1 hour, 15 minutes but didn’t stop to speak with reporters. Team officials would not comment except to say that a meeting had been planned. Marshall also missed part of the Broncos’ optional passing camp earlier this spring after hip surgery, but his agent, Kennard McGuire, said at the time it wasn’t a ploy to seek a contract re-negotiation. McGuire didn’t reply to an email seeking comment Friday. The Broncos could fine Marshall as much as $9,070 for missing the mandatory minicamp. McDaniels said the Broncos will do “what the league rules allow” in terms of disciplining Marshall but called the rest of the matter internal. It was McDaniels’ second face-off with a high-profile

player. Quarterback Jay Cutler became disenchanted when he learned the team had talked about trading him. When McDaniels and Bowen were unable to patch things up with Cutler, they traded him to the Bears. Asked Friday if he thought the Broncos could settle things with Marshall, McDaniels said: “Whether this does or doesn’t get fixed is something that’s going to play out in the future.” Because of the surgery, Marshall had not been expected to work out during Friday’s minicamp, but team officials said he was required to attend meetings and work with medical personnel. The Pro Bowl receiver has caught 226 passes for 2,899 yards and 15 touchdowns during his three-year Denver career. He’s had at least 100 receptions each of the last two years.

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LOCAL TENNIS ITA 2009 SENIOR SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS (Intermountain Residents Only) Matches played Friday, June 12 Men’s 40 Singles (Quarterfinal Round) Weiner, Marc Fort Collins, CO def. Casey, Jeff Broomfield, CO 6-2; 7-5 Schaffer, Brett (2) Greenwood Village, CO def. Hooker, Grice Castle Rock, CO 6-4; 6-4 Wede, Thomas Lone Tree, CO def. Maffeo, Todd Denver, CO 6-4; 6-4 Men’s 45 Singles (Quarterfinal Round) Schaffer, Brett (1) Greenwood Village, CO def. Castell, Perry Lake Havasu City, AZ 6-0; 6-1 Wede, Thomas Lone Tree, CO def. Burns, David Longmont, CO Wd (admin) Hetherington, John Littleton, CO def. Harrison, Steve Steamboat Springs, CO 6-1; 6-0 Todd, Jeffrey (2) Denver, CO def. Layer, Gregory Boulder, CO 6-0; 6-2 Men’s 50 Singles (Quarterfinal Round) Vayshenker, Igor Boulder, CO def. Campfield, Richard Grand Jct, CO 6-3; 7-6(5)) Wright, Tim Grand Jct, CO def. Campbell, Allen Westminster, CO 6-0; 6-0 Men’s 55 Singles (Quarterfinal Round) Gers, George Crested Butte, CO def. Mooney, Ed Steamboat Springs, CO 6-4; 4-6; 6-1 Men’s 60 Singles (Quarterfinal Round) Herr, Bruce Montrose, CO def. Ruffin, Dan Grand Lake, CO 6-1; 6-3 Sansonetti, Tom Cheyenne, WY def. Corbett, James Michael Grand Jct, CO 7-5; 6-1 Men’s 65 Singles (Round of 16) Mitchell, Ronald Elbert, CO def. Haines, Bruce Vernal, UT 4-6; 6-3; 6-3 Sheffield, James Golden, CO def. Jennings, Edgar Denver, CO 6-2; 6-4 Men’s 70 Singles (Round Robin) Leslie, Richard Vail, CO def. Halberstadt, Bert Steamboat Springs, CO 6-2; 6-0 Women’s 45 Singles (Round Robin) Hassett Grange, Sally Carbondale, CO def. Shimizu, Vyki Golden, CO 6-0; 6-2 Women’s 55 Singles (Round Robin) Quayle, Nancy Greenwood Village, CO def. Freehauf, Cindy Denver, CO 6-1; 6-1 Sisson, Priscilla Windsor, CO def. Lamb, Rebecca Steamboat Springs, CO 6-3; 6-2 Women’s 60 Singles (Round Robin) Bernard, J. Marie. Keenesburg, CO def. Thomson, Laura Centennial, CO 6-0; 6-3 Men’s 55 Doubles (Round Robin) Mooney, Ed / Sawer, Ken def. Haines, Bruce / Pye, Eric 6-1; 7-5 Men’s 60 Doubles (Round Robin) Sansonetti, Tom / Sawer, Ken def. Corbett, James Michael / Herr, Bruce 6-2; 6-3 Men’s 65 Doubles (Round Robin) Doidge, John / Charles, Vidal def. Antonucci, Santino / Hughes, Paul 6-3; 4-6; 10-6 Walker, Steve / Weimer, Robert def. Lowery, Norman / Rogers, Dennis 6-3; 6-3 Men’s 70 Doubles (Quarterfinal Round) Halberstadt, Bert / IKEN, DONALD def. Covington, George / Foltz, Warren 6-4; 6-3 Bottinelli, Dick / Gene, Wilken def. Clark, Thomas / Swanson, Keith 6-4; 2-6; 15-13 Women’s 50 Doubles (Round Robin) Allen, Susie / Swain, Sue def. Bernard, J. Marie. / Rolig, Ellen 6-4; 6-7(5); 10-8 Women’s 60 Doubles (Round Robin) Orr, Molly / Laura, Thomson def. McGinnis, Janis / Pomietlasz, Marcia 6-4; 6-2 Lister, Linda / Frances, Micka def. Skytta, Kathi / Welch, Margot 5-7; 6-4; 10-4 Men’s 80 Singles (Round Robin) Wilken, Gene Fort Collins, CO def. Condie, Frank Smithfield, UT Wd (admin) Mixed 55 Doubles (Quarterfinal Round) Thomson, Laura / Art, Thomson (1) def. IKEN, DONALD / Pomietlasz, Marcia 6-1; 6-2 Krueger, William / Jan, Sullivan def. Freehauf, Cindy / Jennings, Edgar 6-4; 6-1 Rolig, Steven / Ellen, Rolig def. Antonucci, Jeannie / Antonucci, Santino 6-0; 6-1 Sisson, Priscilla / Sisson, Glynn (2) def. Bernard, J. Marie. / Gers, George 6-1; 6-4 Mixed 65 Doubles (Round Robin) Hughes, Paul / Kathi, Skytta def. Swanson, Keith / Swanson, Faye 7-5; 6-2 Ellis, Jon / Sindt, Suzanne def. Clark, Thomas / Smink, Joyce 6-0; 6-2

NHL STANLEY CUP FINALS The Associated Press All Times MDT STANLEY CUP FINALS Pittsburgh 4, Detroit 3 Saturday, May 30: Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 1

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NBA FINALS NBA FINALS (Best-of-7) Orlando vs. L.A. Lakers Thursday, June 4: L.A. Lakers 100, Orlando 75 Sunday, June 7: L.A. Lakers 101, Orlando 96, OT Tuesday, June 9: Orlando 108, L.A. Lakers 104 Thursday, June 11: L.A. Lakers 99, Orlando 91, OT, L.A. Lakers lead series 3-1 Sunday, June 14: L.A. Lakers at Orlando, 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 16: Orlando at L.A. Lakers, 7 p.m., if necessary Thursday, June 18: Orlando at L.A. Lakers, 7 p.m., if necessary

MLB AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W Boston 37 New York 35 Toronto 34 Tampa Bay 32 Baltimore 25 Central Division W Detroit 34 Minnesota 31 Chicago 28 Cleveland 28 Kansas City 26 West Division W Texas 35 Los Angeles 30 Seattle 30 Oakland 27

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NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB Philadelphia 35 24 .593 — New York 31 28 .525 4 Atlanta 30 30 .500 5 1/2 Florida 30 33 .476 7 Washington 16 43 .271 19 Central Division W L Pct GB Milwaukee 34 27 .557 — St. Louis 33 29 .532 1 1/2 Cincinnati 31 29 .517 2 1/2 Chicago 29 29 .500 3 1/2 Pittsburgh 28 33 .459 6 Houston 27 32 .458 6 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 40 22 .645 — San Francisco 32 28 .533 7 Colorado 29 32 .475 10 1/2 San Diego 28 32 .467 11 Arizona 27 35 .435 13 ——— Friday’s Games Minnesota 7, Chicago Cubs 4 Atlanta 7, Baltimore 2 Boston 5, Philadelphia 2, 13 innings Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 1 N.Y. Yankees 9, N.Y. Mets 8 Cleveland 7, St. Louis 3 Florida 7, Toronto 3 Tampa Bay 4, Washington 3 Milwaukee 7, Chicago White Sox 2 Texas 6, L.A. Dodgers 0 Kansas City 4, Cincinnati 1 Colorado 6, Seattle 4 L.A. Angels 11, San Diego 6 San Francisco 3, Oakland 0 Saturday’s Games Minnesota (Swarzak 1-2) at Chicago Cubs (Harden 4-2), 11:05 a.m. Florida (West 1-1) at Toronto (Janssen 2-2), 11:07 a.m. Chicago White Sox (Contreras 1-5) at Milwaukee (M.Parra 3-7), 2:10 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Nieve 0-0) at N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 6-2), 2:10 p.m. St. Louis (B.Thompson 0-2) at Cleveland (Ohka 0-0), 2:10 p.m. Washington (Zimmermann 2-3) at Tampa Bay (Sonnanstine 4-6), 4:08 p.m. Atlanta (Kawakami 3-6) at Baltimore (R.Hill 2-1), 5:05 p.m. Boston (Matsuzaka 1-4) at Philadelphia (Bastardo 2-0), 5:05 p.m.

Detroit (Galarraga 3-6) at Pittsburgh (Duke 6-4), 5:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Arroyo 7-4) at Kansas City (Davies 2-6), 5:10 p.m. L.A. Dodgers (Wolf 3-2) at Texas (Feldman 5-1), 6:05 p.m. Seattle (Morrow 0-3) at Colorado (Marquis 8-4), 6:10 p.m. San Diego (Geer 1-1) at L.A. Angels (Saunders 6-4), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Outman 4-0) at San Francisco (Ra. Johnson 5-5), 8:05 p.m. Sunday’s Games N.Y. Mets at N.Y. Yankees, 11:05 a.m. Florida at Toronto, 11:07 a.m. Atlanta at Baltimore, 11:35 a.m. Boston at Philadelphia, 11:35 a.m. Detroit at Pittsburgh, 11:35 a.m. Washington at Tampa Bay, 11:38 a.m. Chicago White Sox at Milwaukee, 12:05 p.m. Cincinnati at Kansas City, 12:10 p.m. Minnesota at Chicago Cubs, 12:20 p.m. L.A. Dodgers at Texas, 1:05 p.m. Seattle at Colorado, 1:10 p.m. San Diego at L.A. Angels, 1:35 p.m. Oakland at San Francisco, 2:05 p.m. St. Louis at Cleveland, 6:05 p.m.

MLS EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Chicago 5 2 6 D.C. 4 2 7 Columbus 3 2 7 Kansas City 4 5 4 New England 4 3 4 Toronto FC 4 5 4 New York 2 9 3 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T Chivas USA 8 3 3 Houston 7 2 3 Seattle 4 3 5 Colorado 4 2 5 Los Angeles 2 1 9 Real Salt Lake 3 6 3 FC Dallas 2 6 4 San Jose 2 7 3

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NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for tie. ——— Wednesday’s Games Houston 1, Chivas USA 0 Saturday’s Games Chicago at D.C. United, 5:30 p.m. New York at Toronto FC, 6 p.m. Houston at FC Dallas, 6:30 p.m. New England at Kansas City, 6:30 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Los Angeles, 8:30 p.m. San Jose at Seattle FC, 8:30 p.m. Sunday’s Games Chivas USA at Columbus, 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 17 D.C. United at Seattle FC, 8:30 p.m. Saturday, June 20 Los Angeles at San Jose, 2 p.m. Seattle FC at New York, 5:30 p.m. Columbus at FC Dallas, 6:30 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Houston, 6:30 p.m. D.C. United at Colorado, 7:30 p.m.

RACING — NHRA NHRA QUALIFYING Friday’s qualifying At Old Bridge Township Raceway Par Englishtown, N.J. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday’s final eliminations. Top Fuel 1. Tony Schumacher, 3.818 seconds, 314.46 mph. 2. Larry Dixon, 3.836, 314.24. 3. Cory McClenathan, 3.844, 315.34. 4. Morgan Lucas, 3.858, 308.07. 5. Antron Brown, 3.871, 315.05. 6. Brandon Bernstein, 3.884, 302.48. 7. Clay Millican, 3.885, 311.05. 8. Shawn Langdon, 3.916, 306.67. 9. Doug Kalitta, 3.959, 305.15. 10. Spencer Massey, 3.985, 294.11. 11. Terry McMillen, 4.061, 293.60. 12. Joe Hartley, 4.062, 292.14. Not Qualified: 13. Terry Haddock, 4.067, 293.47. 14. Steven Chrisman, 4.151, 284.56. 15. Rit Pustari, 4.312, 273.05. Funny Car 1. Ashley Force Hood, Ford Mustang, 4.071, 303.37. 2. Mike Neff, Mustang, 4.110, 295.14. 3. Tony Pedregon, Chevy Impala, 4.142, 285.11. 4. Robert Hight, Mustang, 4.148, 292.01. 5. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 4.166, 295.92. 6. Del Worsham, Toyota Solara, 4.170, 292.77. 7. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 4.177, 294.50. 8. Jim Head, Solara, 4.180, 293.98. 9. Cruz Pedregon, Solara, 4.196, 290.44. 10. Ron Capps, Dodge Charger, 4.196, 277.66. 11. Jeff Arend, Solara, 4.271, 292.65. 12.

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The San Francisco Giants’ Edgar Renteria leaps over the Oakland Athletics’ Matt Holliday, who is out at second base in the second inning at AT&T Park in San Francisco on Friday. San Francisco won, 3-0. John Force, Mustang, 4.445, 214.25. Not Qualified: 13. Matt Hagan, 4.592, 197.16. 14. Jerry Toliver, 5.246, 162.27. 15. Jack Beckman, 5.665, 157.06. 16. Cory Lee, 6.021, 114.54. Pro Stock 1. Allen Johnson, Dodge Stratus, 6.607, 208.23. 2. Mike Edwards, Pontiac GXP, 6.610, 209.46. 3. Ron Krisher, Chevy Cobalt, 6.629, 208.84. 4. Warren Johnson, GXP, 6.639, 208.78. 5. Greg Anderson, GXP, 6.642, 208.07. 6. Kurt Johnson, Cobalt, 6.642, 208.04. 7. Greg Stanfield, GXP, 6.650, 207.91. 8. Rickie Jones, Stratus, 6.653, 206.76. 9. Jason Line, GXP, 6.654, 207.53. 10. Rodger Brogdon, GXP, 6.654, 207.05. 11. Jeg Coughlin, Cobalt, 6.655, 207.85. 12. Larry Morgan, Stratus, 6.665, 206.54. Not Qualified: 13. Johnny Gray, 6.679, 207.82. 14. David Beckley, 6.682, 207.21. 15. V. Gaines, 6.684, 205.69. 16. Dave Northrop, 6.687, 206.13. 17. Justin Humphreys, 6.695, 208.33. 18. Ronnie Humphrey, 6.706, 205.69. 19. Ryan Ondrejko, 6.722, 205.38. 20. Bob Benza, 6.724, 205.01. 21. Erica Enders, 6.766, 202.88. 22. John Gaydosh Jr, 6.818, 201.91. Pro Stock Motorcycle 1. Craig Treble, Suzuki, 7.008, 190.43. 2. Eddie Krawiec, Harley-Davidson, 7.019, 188.36. 3. Michael Phillips, Suzuki, 7.042, 191.35. 4. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 7.049, 188.20. 5. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 7.050, 188.73. 6. Douglas Horne, Buell, 7.053, 186.43. 7. Matt Smith, Suzuki, 7.065, 184.98. 8. Shawn Gann, Buell, 7.069, 186.69. 9. Andrew Hines, Harley-Davidson, 7.071, 185.26. 10. Matt Guidera, Buell, 7.088, 183.52. 11. Hector Arana, Buell, 7.100, 187.11. 12. Junior Pippin, Buell, 7.102, 185.61. Not Qualified: 13. Mike Berry, 7.137, 183.89. 14. Joe DeSantis, 7.143, 187.57. 15. Wesley Wells, 7.165, 181.79. 16. Bailey Whitaker, 7.173, 182.97.

8. (9) Kasey Kahne, Dodge, 187.407. 9. (33) Clint Bowyer, Chevrolet, 187.320. 10. (34) John Andretti, Chevrolet, 187.251. 11. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, 187.100. 12. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet, 187.066. 13. (7) Robby Gordon, Toyota, 187.066. 14. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 187.062. 15. (21) Bill Elliott, Ford, 186.911. 16. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 186.882. 17. (96) Bobby Labonte, Ford, 186.809. 18. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet, 186.727. 19. (1) Martin Truex Jr., Chevrolet, 186.635. 20. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 186.582. 21. (82) Scott Speed, Toyota, 186.533. 22. (31) Jeff Burton, Chevrolet, 186.509. 23. (6) David Ragan, Ford, 186.446. 24. (20) Joey Logano, Toyota, 186.427. 25. (19) Elliott Sadler, Dodge, 186.287. 26. (12) David Stremme, Dodge, 186.282. 27. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 186.229. 28. (43) Reed Sorenson, Dodge, 186.205. 29. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 186.047. 30. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet, 186.003. 31. (26) Jamie McMurray, Ford, 185.864. 32. (5) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 185.854. 33. (47) Marcos Ambrose, Toyota, 185.787. 34. (77) Sam Hornish Jr., Dodge, 185.787. 35. (71) David Gilliland, Chevrolet, 185.562. 36. (55) Michael Waltrip, Toyota, 185.495. 37. (07) Casey Mears, Chevrolet, 185.157. 38. (98) Paul Menard, Ford, 185.095. 39. (66) Dave Blaney, Toyota, 184.943. 40. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota, 184.876. 41. (37) Tony Raines, Dodge, 184.535. 42. (09) Sterling Marlin, Dodge, 184.440. 43. (13) Max Papis, Toyota, 183.360. Failed to Qualified 44. (36) Mike Skinner, Toyota, 183.024.

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NASCAR-SPRINT CUP-LIFELOCK 400 LINEUP After Friday day qualifying; race Sunday At Michigan International Speedway Brooklyn, Mich. Lap length: 2 miles (Car number in parentheses) 1. (83) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 189.110. 2. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 188.536. 3. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet, 188.299. 4. (00) David Reutimann, Toyota, 188.137. 5. (2) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 187.950. 6. (44) A J Allmendinger, Dodge, 187.891. 7. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 187.681.

NFL CALENDAR June 15 — Deadline for old clubs to withdraw original qualifying offer to unsigned restricted free agents and still retain exclusive negotiating rights by substituting tender of 110 percent of previous years salary. July 22 — Signing period ends at 2 p.m. for unrestricted free agents who received June 1 tender. Aug. 9 — Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, Canton, Ohio. Aug. 13-17 — First preseason weekend. Sept. 1 — Roster cutdown to maximum of 75 players.


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2008 BMW 335 XI for sale. 60 Black on black fully loaded. 13,000 miles. Paid $4700 - now $36,000. Call 970-629-1388. 1998 Honda Civic, Sweet! 2006 Ford Focus, 46k/miles! 2001 Buick Century 69k/miles! Tom Reuter, Dealer, 875-0700. www.checkpointautosales.com 60 vehicles available! 2003 Jaguar X-Type 55k, AWD, like new. $9500 Call 846-1250 FINANCING / WORKING PEOPLE! $750.00 MINIMUM DOWNPAYMENT. NO CREDITCHECK. Tom Reuter, Dealer, 875-0700. “Working Cars / Working People - 24,000 Mile Warranties! www.checkpointautosales.com MUST SELL! Only 1, ‘94 Toyota Camry LE V6, 110K, or ‘08 Toyota Corolla CE, under warrenty, 17K, automatic 879-9031 2008 Yamaha YFZ 450 Sport ATV. Showroom condition. 5 speed. Ridden less than 10 hours. $5,200 OBO Call 824-7737 02 Polaris Sportsman 500 HO, 700miles, excellent condition, $3,700. 970-629-0355

21ft Searay open bow. 1988 kept like new, don’t pay $52,000. V-8 stern drive, custom aluminum tower. Lots of extras, included 2 axle trailer. $9000 846-2889 day, 879-7889 eve. KAYAK SWAP AND RIVER EQUIPMENT @ Backdoor Sports, 9th and Yampa, $Fee for items to be sold, 879-6249, Saturday, June 13 @9 am Sale! Skies, wakeboards, tubes, vests, wet suits, 14 - 22’ fishing, sking & Pontoon boats, Garmin, Minkota, G3 Marine dealer, 824-6544 Boat Special, $5000 off MSRP, New G3 V175FS, Fish & ski, 150hp, Bimini, 24v trolling motor, Dealer. 824-6544

1993, 500SL, Mercedes, 49K miles, 2 tops $13,000 871-6386 ‘97 Subaru Special Edition Outback, 2 sets of tires, great condition! $4,000 OBO. Call Julia at 819-5999 M & M Auto will buy your junker. If your junk car is complete, we’ll haul it away and give you $$$. Call 970-879-8178. 1999 SAAB 9-5 Fully Loaded, Turbo. 144k miles runs great. Thule rack. $3,999 call kyle (603)969-3050. 85 Subaru GL Wagon, 162K, Runs, but will need clutch, $500 303-912-2329 2003 Audi A4, Black, 47k, many upgrades, garage kept, Adult owner, Porche Brakes, Excellent Condition. $16,500. Call 970-819-5957 2002 Subaru Impreza, WRX, Turbo, 78K, Silver, Black Interior, $9,000 OBO, Call Danny 846.4838 93 Grand Cherokee Limited 4.0L, Auto, 4x4, Navy Blue, Gray Leather Interior, New Radiator. $1200 Call 970-367-5150 CHEVY AVEO, 06, 44K, Great gas mileage, 39 mpg, Silver, Great Shape, Commuter car, $8,500 360-561-9704

2008 Scooter 150cc, Red, 2 - seater, 80 + MPG, 360 miles, Ready for Summer! $1500. Call 970-819-7816

10’ Vintage ‘73 Cardinal Camper Trailer. Restorer’s dream! Fridge, heater, Dinette converts to King Size Bed, single loft. $650, 819-1515.

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2005 YAMAHA BANSHEE $3200. 2003 SKI DOO 800 $2600. 2001 ARTIC CAT 600 SNO PRO $1400. 1998 ARTIC CAT 500 ZL $600. 2001 GREEN MOUNTAIN CAT 800 BROKE CRANK $500. RECESSION SUX. CALL KEITH 846-6969

2007 KLR 650, 60 MPG, 3200 miles, garage kept, many extras including armor jacket, 2 helmets, $4800. Call Steve 879-7413 02” 49cc Yamaha Vino Scooter. Great Condition. $1,400 - (720) 299-1887 2002 KTM 520 MX in great condition. $2,900 OBO Ron 846-7500 2006 KTM 450exc lights off road ready $4,000 OBO 970-846-5358. 1988 Honda NX 250 Awesome bike! street legal, 1000 bucks and its yours (201) 410-0077 2006 Triumph Speed Triple. Excellent condition. Low mileage. $6300. 2001 CR500R. For Trails. Excellent condition. $3100 (or MAKE OFFER) (970)846-2648 SUMMER FUN! 2003 Yamaha V-Star 1100, 1400 miles, saddle bags, perfect condition, below blue book, LOTS of Chrome $4,400. 970-846-3762 Kawasaki KDX50 great kids bike, runs well $750.00 OBO, YAMAHA XS-650 Twin, Race Bike $1,200 OBO Call 846-2045 or 870-9028. 1969 BSA, 650cc, Firebird Scrambler, basket case, $950, 871-1381 2005 Honda CRF50f, Youth Motorcycle, Excellent condition, runs great! $875 871-9405 846-6635 2004 Yamaha Vmax-1200 cc motorcycle, 1100 original miles like new! $6100.00 OBO call 824-7029 for more info. READY TO SELL MAKE OFFER! 2004 CRF-250X Honda & 2006 Yamaha TTR-250, low miles, like new. Dirt, street ready. See at Extreme Power Sports 970-879-9175/970-276-4821 2007 KX 250F, garage kept, barely ridden. $3500 OBO. (970)734-6618 YZ250F for Sale, 02, $2,000. PW50, 05, $650. Both run Great! 871-9873 2001 Goldwing 1800, 18,000 miles, Great Condition. Beautiful Bike. Call 734-8762

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2004 VW TOUAREG, gorgeous, well maintained, loaded, V8, snow tires, ski rack, heated seat and steering wheel, $15,000 call 970-723-3277 (30) Subaru Outbacks, Foresters, and Imprezas, from $1,500 / $15,000! 2002 Dodge AWD Caravan, 60/k/miles! Tom Reuter, Dealer, 875-0700. www.checkpointautosales.com. Warranties! 1979 Golden Eagle Jeep, 77k miles $3,500, 1983 Jeep Scrambler, 36k miles $5,500, Both in good shape and run well 879-3019 2003 Subaru Forester AWD, Excellent condition, 56k, good tires. $8500 Call 846-1575 2001 Jeep Wrangler Sport, 90k miles, exc condition, 1 owner, soft top, 2” susp, lots of extras, $9500 OBO, 970-846-6431 ****(4) 1999-05 Jeep Wranglers, Outstanding! (2) Honda Passports, Sharp! (3) Jeep Grand Cherokees, Very Nice! Tom Reuter, Dealer, 875-0700. www.tomreuter.com 2008 Ford Escape, 4WD, 19,500 miles. Excellent condition, 24-26 mpg, with four Blizzak snows, roof rack. $18,000 970-879-1625 2000 Chevy Tracker, dark blue, 4 door, manual, excellent condition, good tires, 75k miles. $4,750. Call (970) 826-9724 970-701-9438 2000 Ford Expl XLT, $3,450 air, cruise, remot strt, New tires, windshield, 145k. 970-302-7158 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited, dkgreen, 4x4 great in snow! 129k, leaving town, priced below blue book. Only $2,450. 970-846-5315 2001 Chevy Tahoe LT - 86,000 miles well maintained, loaded, $10,000 OBO. Call 970846-1620

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Trailer Specials, 24’ - 30’ GN dovetails, 14’ Dumps. 3horse Slant, 2 place enclosed, UT Carhaulers, CM flatbeds, dealer, 824-6544 1999 Chevy S-10, 4x4, ladder rack & topper, 90k, ok condition. Asking $2500 OBO Call Matt 819-2993 8’ Pick-up bed turned into Utility Trailer W/ Overhead rack $400 OBO 879-0843

2001 Dodge Ram Extended Cab, 40k miles, pipe rack and full cover, super chipped with K&N filter. Electric brakes, excellent condition, 879-3876 01,0. 3/4 Ton Dodge ext. cab cummins pipe and chip goodyear mtr tires. 141K miles. Great truck. $11,000 call after 7p.m. 736-1213 1991 Dodge 3/4 ton 2 wheel drive diesel, automatic in good condition. $3800.00 OBO call 824-7029 for more info. 1999 Ford F-350 Dually, 4x4, supercab with Powerstroke. 1994 Ford F-250 4x4 flat bed with diesel engine. 824-4575 or 326-6675 Topper - Fits 1999 - 2007 Ford F-250 & F-350. White $1100 New $700 OBO 970-846-3432 2002 F-250 Lariat crew-cab, diesel, auto, 125K, $12,000 obo, 2002 Travel-a-long four horse slant 5th Wheel Trailer $4,500 obo 736-2325 2003 Silverado Ext. Cab Z71, 5.3 V8, 58K miles, matching topper, 5” lift, new tires, alloy wheels. Excellent Condition. $16,000 OBO. 846-7379 (12) Trucks from $500 Down! 1989 Ranger Pickup, $2,250. #2479 (3) Toyota Tacomas, WoW! Tom Reuter, Dealer, 875-0700. www.checkpointautosales.com. Warranties!

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1999 Chevy Astro Van, AWD, 8 passenger, LT package with leather seats. Rear AC, 36k miles on Jasper rebuilt engine. Includes spair set of four wheels and tires with trailer hitch. Clean and running well. $3,200 970-870-1710 970-871-0021

Hardy Siding: 110 pieces, 6 1/4x144 inches, primed. Retail $6.70 each. 50% off $3.35 each. See example 143 Logan, 846-5411 Craftsman table saw $150, Floor Drill press $100, 9H Honda snowblower $275; 371 XP Husky Chainshaw $300. Call 970-276-2572, 970-590-5913

Remington 700 Varmit Synthetic 22-250 $600; 700 Sendero Stainless 300 ultra mag $800; Jewel Triggers Leupold 8.5x25 $500 970-590-3450 CONCEALED CARRY CLASS. Saturday and Sunday, June 13 & 14, Hayden. Call Steve 9 7 0 . 8 4 6 . 7 0 4 1 , o r www.tdsguntraining.com. Only 2 positions remaining.

Pearl Isumi Select Versa Biking shorts, Baggy with Mesh liner & Chamois. New with tags Sz L $50 846-8469 FoxFire: 736-2745 Natural Resource Protection. Low Impact, Light Equipment Tree Removal. Precise Tree Falling. SAVE 50% Up To $2,500!

Free moving boxes at 1103 Lincoln, back of building entrance faces 11th Street. 970-870-6087

Steamboat Must See! 1930’s Sheep Herders Wagon with all the trimmings! Would make a great “spare” room for sleepovers. Put it on the acreage and call it the “Honeymoon Suite”. Serious inquiries only. 505-983-7165 505-692-5756

Having trouble getting the computer help you need? Ask a local where they go for help... We have been helping Steamboat use computers since 1985! Whether it’s your home or business, we are the locals choice for anything computer related. Andy, Marcus, Royce and Kenneth. 970-870-7984 www.ComputerSupportGuys.com 2130 Resort Drive, Suite 100 PC COMPUTER SERVICES HALF PRICE Residential Computer Repair, located in Steamboat. Microsoft Certified Professional. Tune Ups, Troubleshooting, Repairs and Installations. Cell:(818)426-9095 chill333@live.com.

AUCTION: June 20th, 10am, Main Street, Baggs, WY, Cars, Boats, Recreational Vehicles, trailers (camp, flatbed and horse), tractors (5525 John Deer, only 475 hours), office furniture, fire arms, saddles and tack. For more information call 307-380-6000, 307-383-2093

Painting crew for hire. No job too big or small. Call 846-1044 Ask me how you can save 30% up to $1500 off of replacement widows. Local 15 years-Big Horn Exteriors. Call 276-4555 leave message. MENSWEAR: Tall Sizes. Extreme Quality from my Closet Sale. Pants (34” waist), Sweaters (LG) and Outerwear. Good Father’s Day ideas! 846-3124

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9AM-4PM, Driving range open 9AM-6PM. Call for details 970-846-5647 - www.3qc.net.

LEGAL HAPPY HOUR Free legal advice

Call to sign up. Randall Salky, Attorney at Law McGill Professional Law 970-879-6200 ext. 13 Sony 35’ TV with stand. Uhaul. 736-8524 2 Hank Swivel Rockers, Free for pick up. 819-0342 FREE: Will haul away your working reasonably good refrigerator to my garage. Save your recycle Fees! 846-4680 FREE: Toshiba VHS player; Minolta Tall copier; 2 Satellite Dish’s. Call to pick up 871-1799 FREE: Firewood - cut to 16” length. You must split. You Haul 970-870-0310

Whirlpool Heavy Duty White Washer, Super Capacity Plus Dryer Gas - LP, Xtra Large Capacity. Both Run Great $50.00 each OBO 970-879-2391

DEERFOOT AUCTION SERVICE is now scheduling estate farm and ranch and business auctions, contact Mike to schedule your sale today! 970-629-0321

Free - Iguanas (2) less than a year. 819-9268

FREE Horse Manure for your gardens 879-5811 Free Cat to good home-Sniff is a friendly and loving, 8yr old, spayed female who is looking for a new family. Tabby-mainly indoor. Needs calm environment, preferably without dogs or young children. Please call Jeanne @ 879-5866 with your questions. Tune-ups, Troubleshooting & Repairs All Computer & Laptop Brands New & Used PCs, Laptops & Parts, Virus Removal & Prevention, Wireless Networking, DELL Registered Partner 970-879-8890 DaveGlantz@ComputerCures.biz

Structural Pipe for Sale. Most sizes available. Great for fencing, coral’s, arenas, ect. Truckload discounts. Please call (970) 352-4330.

Stand out in the crowd! Call 970-871-4255 to add an attention getter to your advertisement. Jotul Heating Stove. Converted to Propane. $500 OBO 970-819-2440

2x twin mattresses with frame & headbrds; full size mattress set with frame; moving, file & magazine boxes; 6’ X-mas tree. 879-5144 Free towing of unwanted & abandoned vehicles. 879-1065 Need to get rid of logs? Mingle Wood Timbers Inc. will pick them up for free. (970)871-9238 2 Tables, 3x5 Quicksilver Roxy table for snowboards, 2x4 wooden hinged table. 879-6929 FREE: 1700 Gal Metal Water Tank, 12’x5’ round. 3 Mobilehome axle, wheels & tires. Call 970-276-2597

Antique Jeep Auction June 21st 17 Jeeps 1946 - 1961 www.sdauctions.com 605-463-2410

ALL STEEL PORTABLE STORAGE CONTAINERS. Strong, secure, weather & rodent proof. Great for business, home, ranch, oil field & more. 8x8x20ft in stock. 8x8x40ft. available. 970-824-3256. Need Top Soil? Call 970-879-0655

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Energetic, Responsible, Young Lady looking to provide part time child care for children 3 and older. Available for daytime, after school care, and weekends. Specializing in Arts & Crafts, and Outdoor Activities! Please call Lauren at 540-908-0150

DE VRIES FARM MARKET Open for another successful season! See you on Wednesday! Mobile Welding, Fabricating and Mechanic. 20 years experience. Call Mark at 970-276-4906 Offering Hay hauling! Specializing in hay, lumber, small equipment, etc... Call for info: (970) 629-3936 Rob. Jeans a little tight? Try something that works. Take it off keep it off. Get ready for Spring! 970-824-9284 GET RID OF YOUR OLD HOT TUB for little or no $,: Pasture for two horses, live water - 7 miles south of Hayden 970-276-3148 Newly rebuilt Rolair Pancake Compressor $150, Emglo Gas Wheelbarrow dual Tank 6.5 hp Honda (New) Rebuilt Pump $250, Champion 4500 Gen Barely used $300. 970-819-6139 Now accepting antique consignments. Hayden Artisans’ Marketplace. Call 276-2019. Open Tues-Sat, 10a-6p Lopi Berkshire high efficiency free standing gas stove. New $4,700, will sell stove, hearth and piping for $2250. Call 303-324-2346 Smithy Supershop: All tools for wood and small metal. Good to make furniture. Pd $4,600, $3,600 or make cash offer! SAME AS NEW! 824-6459

Free firewood and logs. Back right up and haul away! 637 Pahwintah across from the new Soda Creek Elementary.

TOP SOIL! TOP SOIL! TOP SOIL! Kimco 879-6898

Appendix Quarter Horse Throughbred cross, 23 yrs gelding, needs loving home, great companion horse, possible light riding, 481-2130

LIQUIDATION SALE - FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT Rounders, Displays, label makers, shelving, cash register, filing cabinets, Centennial Mall Suite 112

80hp Belarus 4x4 Tractor with 8’ snowblower. $5500 John 970-879-6764

Free kittens to a good home. Litter trained and weaned. Very cute! Call 846-1853 to take a look.

Gold Oak Wooden Blinds, Excellent Condition! 5 @ $25 each. Call 871-1095 for sizes

TOOLS! Dewalt 12” Slide Miter; 12” Tile saw; Rigid pipe threader, Transits, nail guns, compressor, much more. Fairview 303-349-5926

Swather for sale. 1992 Self propelled McDom 12’ Cummins Diesel. $5,000 970-824-6434

Furniture Sale at The Hampton Inn & Suites of Steamboat: Armoire, Mirrors, Art Work and Other Miscellaneous items. 10 am to 5 pm daily- Monday through Friday. 970-871-8900

2 door True reach in refrigerator, 2 stainless steel tables, slicer, table top deep fryer. Call 846-7882

WOW! Free 16’ Big Tex Trailer (#11030) with purchase of 36 HP 4WD Montana Tractor (#36218), loader $22,451, Dealer 824-6544

STEAMBOAT’S MATTRESS HEADQUARTERS Mountain Mattress and furniture, Queen sets from $299. All natural, memory foam, 22 models on floor (970)879-8116

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General tutoring also available. All subjects, all ages. Ivy League School Junior, former SSHS valedictorian offering tutoring. Call Max 970-879-9057

Automotive Cherry Picker & engine stand still in box $175 for both. 846-2889 day, 879-7889 eve.

6 panel solid wood doors: 3’x5’ architectural drafting table $175; 21” 3-tier skutt kiln-new; whirlpool oven 4 burner $100.00. 870-1781

JD post hole auger, 500 gal. fuel tank, hay sled runners, hay wagon running gear, grain auger. 970-846-1191 day, 970-879-3624 evening

Discounts Totaling $5000 off MSRP, 57hp 4WD, Cab, Loader, big scoop bucket, Montana Tractor #0752, Dealer 824-6544

Gas portable generator 8500, Diesel portable generator 7500, Commercial dual tank air compressor, Commercial pressure washer, Commercial trash pump 3” Call 970-846-8693

FREE: Heavy Duty set of 3 drawers, misc shelving units. You Haul. 970-870-2980

Remodeling our kitchen = free appliances for you! Refrigerator:white, top freezer, 80 cu ft, 32 in wide. Stove: off-white, electric, self-cleaning oven, 30 in wide. Dishwasher: off-white, under counter, 22 in tall. Email:rocketgurl@yahoo.com

Vermeer 605H Baler, NH 499 Swather, Meadow drags, Heavy Steel Gates, Ph. 846-1191 day, 879-3624 evening

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THE CLEAN UP COMMITTEE- Parking Lot maintenance, Seal Coating, Chuckhole Patching, Stripping, Vacuuming, Crack Filling, Pace ice melt, Propellant 49, Environmental Hot Water Pressure Washer, (Zero Water Run Off), George May, Owner 970-824-2131 Bush Hog 2101 post hole auger with 9” bit. 540 pto drive, 3pt mount, in good condition. Asking $450. 970-879-4974 HIRE ME! Bookkeeping and Errand Services 970-819-1118 Payroll Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable Monthly and Quarterly Taxes, Miscellaneous Office Needs, Errands.

NEED TUTORING SERVICES? Friendly, effective tutor available for your child or teen, in my home or yours. Most subjects available. Please call 846.0613 if interested.

Help the Youth Community of Steamboat, The Boys and Girls Club of Steamboat needs Volunteers, donations including games equipment, furniture, tvs, etc. Call Heather Martyn if interested 846-7710 Scooter, Schwinn 49cc’s, no drivers license required. Pink and white. 229 miles, garage kept. Like new, 100mpg $995.00 Call 970-846-5077

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Call us for all your remodeling needs! Licensed & Insured. 970-819-4991 Water Damage Specialist Sleigh crib $175, Kelty child carrier backpack $50, chest freezer $150, hearth gate $75, mountain boy bambino sled, $80 879-8091 BUYING GOLD, SILVER AND PLATINUM BULLION AND COINS. Call (970)-824-5807 or Cell (970)-326-8170. Manny’s Handyman Service: Minor remodels, electrical, swamp cooler start up, yard clean up, drywall, etc.... Free estimates! 970-620-1760 GrandKids Child Care Center Has rare openings in preschool for children 31/2 to 5 years for summer and fall. Quality early education including intergenerational activities with seniors at Doak Walker Care Center, hot lunches, nutritious snacks. Where fun, loving and learning go hand in hand. Minimum 2 days a week. 870-1140. Large commerical awning for storefront, restaurant or professional business. $400 or best offer. Original price $1000. Boutique racks $50-$75. 846-4330. WOW! Yampa Valley Feeds just received a huge order of Sullivan Show Supplies for all your 4H livestock project needs. Horse; Steer; Lamb; Pig and Goat—we have what you need for 4H Expo & Fair. Plus Moon River Garden’s roses, shrubs & flowers galore. Be local & buy local. Open Mon-Sat 9am-5:30pm, visit www.yampavalleyfeeds.com or 276-4250.

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Specializing in construction, maintenance and repair of water gardens, koi ponds, and pondless waterfalls. Call James, your local Pond guy! 970-879-7665 www.steamboatponds.com

Individual and Group Health Insurance PPO, ALL-PROVIDER. Emergency room, RX. Rates guaranteed. Replace expensive COBRA Plans. www.LoneEagleInsurance.com (970)879-1101

2008 46,000 lbs Tag trailer $25,000; 1995 International Dump truck $22,000 Call 736-8396 2004 John Deere 240 Series II Skidsteer. 1300hrs, 4 in Stock. $9,750 each. Byrne Equipment Sales, Craig 826-0051


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Skidsteer, Case1835B diesel, oldie but goodie, perfect farm or landscape machine. Excellent condition. $6500 846-2889 day, 879-7889 eve. Dump trailer, Heavy Duty Tandem Axle, hydraulic lift, 10’x6’x6’ 2 years old, $4500 Call Chuck 846-5633

ARCHERY 2007 Fred Bear Instinct, $800 new, $500 obo, 3 pin fiberoptic, 4 arrow quiver, 5 arrows, 720-323-2823

Flashy Red 10 yr old Quarter Horse Gelding, trail horse MUST SEE! Call 970-736-8258 STANDING AT STUD reduced fee for 2009 $400. AQHA Palomino - Dash for Cash, ShawnaBug bloodlines. APHA Sorrel Tobiano Cherookee Indian Native Dancer. Showing, Performance, Racing. Check out our Stalions! Horses For sale, horse breaking, 970-824-5219 970-620-3449 Horses for Sale: Excellent Bred Mares from 2 to 13 years old, Great Brood Mare prospects. 970-846-1220 REGISTERED ANGUS BULLS: PAP tested, ultrasounded for carcass data, fertility tested, EPDs and performance data available. Call to come see them anytime. Don night: 879-7632 day:734-7322 Registered Angus Bulls by AI sires. Fertility, Trich & PAP tested, BVD-PI negative. Aric, 970-824-3341 or Stacy, 970-824-6702. Standing at stud AQHA Capitol Class -Black Bay. Hollywoods Shining -Red Dun. Get ‘em Dun -Palomino. APHA Tuff N Tru -Bay Homozygous Tobiano. Foundation breeding, great dispositions, versatile. Call 970-824-4145 or 970-629-0190 Yearling Registered Black Angus Bulls. PAP & Fertility Tested. Call 970-276-3323. Horse Pasture for Lease. 35 Acres in South Routt. Smooth Wire Fence. Water and Small Loafing Shed. $80 head. 846-3839.

YAMPA COMMUNITY YARD SALES, SATURDAY JUNE 13th 9:00 A.M. - ???????? 20 YARD SALES - ANTIQUES, SPORTING GOODS,TOOLS, GUNS, RELOADING SUPPLIES, STEPHEN KING HARDCOVER BOOK COLLECTION, BABY THINGS, TABLE WITH LEAF & CHAIRS, ROCKING CHAIR, GRANITE COFFEE TABLE, DRESSER & NIGHTSANDS, GUN CABINETS, CANOE, STUFF FROM DINTY MOORES RESTAURANT, BUILDING MATERIALS, 20 SNOWMOBILE HELMETS, BRASS COAT RACK, CHILDS DESK, RAFTING STUFF, BOWFLEX, PLANTS, MARBLE COFFEE TABLE.

Stand out in the crowd! Call 970-871-4255 to add an attention getter to your advertisement.

Saturday, June 13th, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., 320 East First Street, Oak Creek. Craft supplies, household, book shelves, stuffed animals, lots of good misc.

For Sale: English Bulldog Puppies. AKC Registered. Sherrod Ranch 970-879-3920

Bar Lazy U Registered Border Collie, black and white female, smooth coat, vaccinated, house broke, very sweet, Renee 970-276-4807

Open House Parade of Homes: Oak Creek, Phippsburg, Yampa! Saturday, June 13th, 10am-2pm. Look for balloons, signs. Maps at O.C. realty offices. Also 3 community yard sales! 736-8454 or 736-1000.

K-9 Gentle Dental will be at Mt. Werner Veterinary Hospital for the June Hygiene Clinic. June 11th, 25th. No anesthesia required. Call Angel for appointment 619-370-5956.

Tools, butchershop band saw, bench grinder, fishing gear, bike rack, collectibles, artwork, craft supplies, yarn winders, swift, small frame backpacks, books, lots more! Sat. 8-1 202 Lincoln OAK CREEK 819-4320

Tropical Rockies Red Tag Sale up to 65% off store wide. Plus, see us at FREE Family Fun Fest, June 20th 970-879-1909 Sale ends 6/23/09.

Chocolate Lab Puppies for Sale in Craig, avail 7/4/09. Male and Female $300. Call 661-886-2864

Tropical Rockies Red Tag Sale up to 65% off store wide. Plus, see us at FREE Family Fun Fest, June 20th 970-879-1909 Sale ends 6/23/09.

There are funds available for uninsured and underinsured local women to pay for annual wellness exams, mammograms and breast cancer treatment costs. Don’t compromise your health we can help! Call the Yampa Valley Breast Cancer Awareness Project to learn how to apply for funds. 846-4554. professional couple seeking condo, townhome, apartment or mobile home management position. experience in commercial and move out cleanings, plumbing, maintenance and customer service. 15-year locals with excellent yampa valley references. 846-4330

120 acres standing dryland grass hay for sale, will consider custom haying offers. Located in Craig. Call 970-824-1085. Leave message. Schedule early for CUSTOM HAYING! Small square bales. Call 970-629-9299, leave message. Excellent Horse Hay, $6.00 per 65 lb bale. Wiley 970-778-2439

FOUND: Nintendo DS game found Please Call 879-2700 Val or Alison to identify LOST:Pocket book with Snaffle bit handle, last seen at ACE on Sat 06/06. Wallet with Corgie Dog on it, many irreplaceable sentimental contents. Please call 879-6303 or bring to Pilot Newspaper office. FOUND: Black wire rim glasses in Safeway parking lot 06/08 in the PM. Call 879-5953 Heavy silver cross necklace found on Huckleberry call 303-618-4311 to identify

APR REG. toy poodle puppies 2 black 1 phantom all female. 970-589-1058

AKC Corgi also Yorkie mini Dachshund, Shihtzu & Shihpoo all from Top USDA Licensed Breeders. Baker Drive Pets 970-824-3933

City of Steamboat SpringsAnimal Shelter, Phone: 879-0621, www.petfinder.com DATE: 6-7-09, Dogs for Adoption:Koal- Adult male Golden Retriever, Black Lab-Very affectionate! Baxter- Young male Border Collie mix-Friendly smallish-size boy! Braveheart-2-3 year old Lab, Newfoundland Mix-Happy and good spirited! BeeBee- Young female Heeler Mix-Total lover! Sam-8 year old Purebred Yellow Lab-AKC! Blossom-Female Heeler puppy-Spunky little girl! Munchkin-Young male Pomeranian-Playful! Cats for Adoption Just received more cats!-$30 each! Lots of kittens!

German Shorthair Pointer Puppies, Champion Bloodline, AKC Registered litter, 5 Females - 4 Males $400 each 970-276-4238

SUMMER CITY DOG CLASS Family Dog Training Advanced Class Contact Laura Tyler 629-1507 Sandra Kruczek 824-4189 www.totalteamworktraining.com

City of Steamboat Springs, Animal Shelter, Phone: 879-0621 - 760 Critter Court, 6/12/09, Found in Hayden: young female calico cat. Found: Gold earrings at the Tennis courts.. Call to identify 307-760-0584

COUNTRY JAM TICKETS, www.countryjam.com 2 VIP, 4 campsites, $200 under my cost. 870-3493

3449 Stone Ln. off Whistler Rd. Family selling all baby, toddler stuff and misc. Sat. 9-12 NO EARLY BIRDS or pay double. Looking for something? Call- text for pre-sale 846-3818. HUGE sale to benefit orphans in Uganda. Donations from 23 families: elliptical machine, queen bed, swingset, tvs, furniture, children’s items, household goods and more! Fishcreek Falls Rd. to 312 Blue Sage Circle 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

Moving to a whole other country sale! you can’t get there by bus! Lots of baby clothes, “pottery barn” change table, Toys toys toys, furniture, Womens clothing, Mens clothing, Kitchen appliances, Dishware, glasses, Tools, Table saw, circular saw, Drill Press, other power tools, hand tools, Shelves, TV’s, Cd players, Womans Electra crusier has lots of flowers on it and a basket! oh a bell too! 1404 Morgan Court, Saturday 8am to 3pm

DACHSHUNDS Puppies, all males, $250 970 826-2610

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1400 # grass hay round bales. Been covered. $75 per bale. 276 4446

Yard Sale - 1220 Sparta Plaza Walton Village Townhomes. Sat 6/13 8am - till? Too many things to list.

645 Parkview Dr., btwn mt and town, 8-11, TV, Armoire, ski gear, ski’s, fish tanks, new ski coats, household goods, sporting goods, all kinds of other stuff!

Fabulous Border Collie puppies, Ready to go, full bred, Great Parents $150. 970-276-4291.

3 Teacup poodles. 1 male ready to go now. Other 2 ready on 6-16. Call for details (970)653-4494. Your best pasture improvement is weed control. Acreage only, no residential please. 970-879-3920 Evenings.

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2 Family Garage Sale! Kids stuff, bed frame, misc items. 719 Pine St Sat 06/13 9am -Noon 574 Tamarack Dr. Sat 6/13 8am. Quality furniture including like new armoire, dresser. TV, baby clothes and gear.

SILVER SPUR, 40834 Purple Sage, Freezer, new tailor made golf clubs, rabbit hutch, armoire, bike trailer, baby and kids clothes, stroller, desk, kid and mountain bike, leather-chair, couch, 846-9599 HUGE MULTIPLE FAMILY 27911 Silverspur Sat 7:30am. Early Birds Welcome! Hundreds of excellent toys, children’s clothes. Gap, Polo, Gymboree birth - 6X. Baby furniture, Miision Style Antique Highchair, Professional Art, Bike Rack, Books Galore! Silver Spur Community Garage Sale, Saturday June 13th, 8:00 to 1:00, No early birds! Multi Family Sale Saturday, 8-11. 2805 Abbey Road. Camping Gear, Luggage, Taxidermy items, Rowing machine, Messenger bags, Palm-Pilots, Baby, Toddler items. Clothes, Household items, Skis, Gliders, Changing table. Cameras, MORE! 2609 Abbey Rd, 8am-Noon, 6/13, Infant Car Seat, change table, clothes, books, toys, party supplies, household items, Sporting goods (new Burton, Patagonia etc), furniture, lighting, filing cabinets and more! WAREHOUSE MULTI-FAMILY, June, 13th 7:00am, 2673 Jacob Circle, CR129 and Downhill, 870-9898, Appliances, Sports, Exercise, Office, Furniture, Household, Electronics, Lighting, Clothing, Footwear, Books, Videos, Toys, Swamp Cooler, Antique Singer, Copy Machine, Trucker Hats. HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE: Saturday June 13, SILVER SPUR, 27773 Winchester Trail, 8:00 am-?, See ad/photos on craigslist. Sat 06/13 9am - 2pm 32835 S Elk Dr (Elk River Estates off 129). Furniture, adult & children clothing, bikes, BBQ, skates, Tv’s, Carseats. Fatsacs, cd’s, sailboard, toys. 819-6520 TERRIFIC GARAGE SALE!!! Steamboat II, Sat 06/13 8am - Noon 40543 Steamboat Dr. Furniture, sofa, bookshelf, Beautiful Large wooden cabinets, books, clothes & Lots, Lots, More!!!

Multi-Family Garage Sale, Saturday, 8-12, 3305 Apres Ski Way, Something for everyone! Early birds will be put to work...

Nice housewares, baby toys, baby girl clothes, crib set, infant car seat, walker, baby bjorn, much more! Come see us at the Clark Store sale! Saturday June 13th 8 am!

Moving House, Garage & Shop! Snap - on tool box, clothes, books, sofa table, girls 3T, Britax Car seat, race go cart, dirt bike gear, Little Tike stuff, snowmobile & Much more. 124 E Main St, Oak Creek Sat 06/13 8am - 2pm

Dream Island #27, at end, moving sale, everything goes, furniture, clothes, dishes, computer printer and desk, printer ink, furniture, beautiful buffet cabinet, etc, etc, etc, Saturday 8-? Rain or Shine, Moving Sale, 1520 Harwig Circle, 7-11, Kitchen table and chairs, curio cabinet, lots of kids clothes, TV, stereo system, games, books, movies, too many things to name. FAIRVIEW, 1155 Manitou. Rain or shine, Inside the garage. Fri - Sat- Sun 8am - Noon. Moving & Motivated! All offers considered!

Town of Oak Creek Community Yard Sale. Maps will be available in the front of Town Hall and in Select Super, and Mug Shots for participating addresses.

Multi - Family Garage Sale Fundraiser! For Mary Walker & THE TASARU GIRLS RESCUE CENTER IN KENYA. Sat June 13th & Sun June 14th 8am 355 Blue Sage Circle

2001 Honda CBR 600F4I, Motorcycle parts, constructionmaterialss, tools, piano, double stroller, toddler seats, girls toddler cloths twins, umbrella strollers, 27” TV. 143 Oak Ridge Cir Oak Creek 819-2788 Sat 06/13 7AM

Neighborhood Garage Sale, Saturday only, 7-?, Household goods and ski gear, Off of Blue Sage Drive

HIDEAWAY RANCH SPRING CLEANUP - BARN YARD - GARAGE SALE!!! Sun 06/14 11am 3pm. 16555 RCR 16 Oak Creek - Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Clothes, Books, Garden Tools, Household Objects, Cloth, Generators, etc. HWY 131, left on HWY 14, left on CR 16 ( past lake), follow Lynx Pass (left on dirt RD), 14 miles up from Stagecoach Lake, 7 miles past High Meadows Ranch, 1 mile past “end of Wintet Maintenance” sing, on th right, follow RD to the right, up to the arena!

Blackberry Lane Multi Family Garage Sale off Tamarack. Jobbox, sturdy Full - Twin bunkbed, dinning room Table, 6 chairs, sewing machine, dishes, snowblower, legos, Large speakers. Sat 8am - Noon LIQUIDATION SALE - Located at Bear River Spa (701 Yampa), Massage table, mirrors, barstool, reception chairs & desk, Small sofa bench, computer desk, various spa equipment, retail products; Jane Iredale & Sothy’s, file cabinet, microwave, side board table, dresser, office equipment, FRIDAY JUNE 12, 10-2pm

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! FT or PT Child care $40 per day. Please call Summer @ 819-4174 Laurel Street School and Family Center is looking for an energetic, flexible, creatvie individual to work with our preschool and pre-k age children. Please contact Kim at 879-7776 or email resume to laurel@springsips.com

PAINTERS: 5 yrs experience in commercial painting. Work in Steamboat & Craig. Drug test. EOE, Ins., 401k Contact Walter (888)947-2559.


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Steamboat Springs School District Teachers 2009-2010. Elementary: Special Education, PE/Health PT, Music, Elem. Teachers, PT Reading, Middle: Math/Science Teachers, High: ELL, Industrial Arts (Part-time), Charter: 6-8 All Subjects, PE Teacher/Outdoor Ed (Part-time). CO Teacher License with appropriate endorsement required. Salary: $32,910 - $52,636 DOQ for FT positions. Questions? 970-871-3199 Please complete district application at https://apps.winocular.com/steamboat/apply/ EOE

GrandKids ChildCare Center Preschool Teacher - FT (32 hours/week) Responsible for the planning and execution of an age appropriate curriculum. Provides a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment for the children. Maintains an effective relationship and open communication with other staff, parents and departments. Must be Group Leader qualified and have a strong knowledge and understanding of young children with at least 2 years of verified teaching experience in a child care setting. A minimum 2 years of college education with at least 1 college class in child development is required. Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, or Child Psychology degree preferred. We offer great benefits including health insurance, paid time off, professional staff, ski passes, 403(b) retirement plan and more! Apply at Yampa Valley Medical Center Human Resources 1024 Central Park Drive Steamboat Springs, CO or fax resume to 871-2337 or e-mail to: careers@yvmc.org

Fulltime temporary seasonal position (approximately July through September) available for an Information Receptionist at the Hahns Peak/Bears Ears District of the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests, located at 925 Weiss Drive, Steamboat Springs, CO. Tour will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Salary is $13.18 per hour. Duties include greeting forest visitors at the front desk, answering a variety of questions pertaining to activities available on the forest, answering phone inquiries, selling items related to forest activities such as firewood permits, maps, forest passes. Apply at www.usajobs.opm.gov to announcement number TEMP-OCR-304-4-INFO and BE SURE to specify Steamboat Springs, Colorado as the location. Closes 6/19/09

The Holiday Inn of Craig is now hiring for Bartenders and Cocktail Servers. Full time & Part time positions available. For more information please contact Gayle Henderson-Haas at 970.824.4000 X 419.

Mortgage Loan Originator - Colorado mortgage banking company seeking loan originator. Guaranteed salary plus commission. Excellent technology. Fax resume 970-242-6285, Ken@pmlgmac.com

Seeking qualified applicant for the position of Automotive Technology Adjunct Instructor for fall semester. ASE certified preferred. Years of experience in occupation considered. Must have or be qualified for Colorado Vocational instructor credentials. Morning position 8:00 - 10:00, four days per week for intro level students. To apply or for more information call 970-824-6108 or 970-824-1111.

WORK 3 DAYS MAKE $700

The Steamboat Pilot & Today is seeking one responsible individual to deliver the Thursday, Friday and Saturday Steamboat Today newspaper to East Steamboat, Oak Creek, Yampa and Phippsburg. This route will pay approximately $710.00+ per month for three days a week delivery; route takes approximately 3 to 3 1/2 hours. Only SERIOUS APPLICANTS are asked to apply. This route will be excellent for anyone who lives in Oak Creek or Yampa. This is early morning work and you must have dependable transportation and vehicle insurance. A pick-up truck or large SUV is required. This is an outstanding opportunity for supplemental monthly income. Hurry this route won’t be available long. If this is something that interests you, please stop by the Steamboat Pilot & Today office building at 1901 Curve Plaza and ask for Juli Schons or call 871-4252. You may also e-mail jschons@steamboatpilot.com.

SUMMER JOB

Rodeo / Ballfield concessions. Earn extra income, have fun, 10 weekends mid June thru August and Labor Day. All ages over 18, full availability only please! 970-879-9678

29 People Needed Get paid $ $ for lbs and inches you will lose in 30 days. www.pursuemyhealthyfuture.com Dr. recommended

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Is looking for a Personable, energetic applicant who adds strength & value to an innovative, established company Plumbing & Heating Service Technician. Excellent wages, benefits & training! GrandLakePlumbing.com 970-879.1504 x206

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JOB # 5312356 4 FT positions available in Steamboat, CO. $18.80 hour 40hrs week; NO OT. Paint new & existing homes, while managing a crew of painters. Coordinates delivery of supplies. Resumes ONLY to: 303.487.1610 attn: Debbie. Must include JOB# 5312356 on fax cover sheet. DO NOT CONTACT EMPLOYER DIRECTLY!

Moffat County Social Services, Craig, CO, seeking Caseworker. Starting annual salary $35,506. Excellent benefits. Requires behavioral science BA. Obtain information regarding application from Workforce Center, 480 Barclay, Craig, CO, 81625, 970-824-3246. Submit resume and certified transcripts to same address by June 30, 2009. Written test required. More information: 970-824-8282.Moffat County is an EEO Employer.

Moffat County-Seeking applicants for the position of Part-time on-call Crisis Intervention Specialist(2 positions). For complete job description, contact Colorado Workforce Center (970) 824-3246. Moffat County is an EEO Employer. Moffat County Social Services seeking full time Self Sufficiency Case Manager. Position requires contact with public & case management skills. Minimum qualifications: high school diploma or GED & 2 years clerical or extensive public contact; substitute qualifications AA or BA in business or behavioral science. Starting salary $15.12/hour. Certificate of typing test administered by the Colorado Workforce Center, 480 Barclay, Craig, CO 81625, (970) 824-3246 must be submitted to the same address by June 26, 2009. Qualified applicants are required to take a written test on July 2 at 1:00 p.m. at Social Services. Moffat County is an EEO Employer.

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp is hiring a Camp Nurse for the summer. Available immediately through August 16. Must be either an RN or EMT with certification to dispense medicine. The Camp Nurse ensures that a nurse is available 24 hours each session. Responsible for student and staff medical needs, administering meds to students, stocking and maintaining first aid kits and Infirmary supplies, and processing all insurance paper work. Salary plus room and board. For more information call 879-7125.

NEEDED: 12 Heavy equipment operators - mechanics. Will train the right people. FT or PT work. Call Sergeant Holloway 970-986-9206

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PS Homecare, a leading National respiratory company seeks friendly, attentive Customer Service Representative. Phone skills that provide warm customer interactions a must. Maintain patient files, process doctors’ orders, manage computer data and filing. Growth opportunities are excellent. Drug-free workplace. EOE. Fax Resume to 970-879-9695

Moffat County-Seeking applicants for the position of Temporary Fulltime Pest Management Technician. For complete job description, contact Colorado Workforce Center (970) 824-3246. Moffat County is an EEO Employer

SPEECH COACH (or Co-coaches) SSHS. Please complete district classified application at https://apps.winocular.com/steamboat/apply/ Questions: 970-871-3199. EOE

Recently opened position for Hair Stylist. One chair now available. Downtown Salon. (970) 846-3030

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Want a more relaxing summer? Let an experienced Bookeeper and Office Manager lighten your load. References, experience, with Quickbooks pro, Microsoft office, BS in Accounting. Kimberly, 846-6313

Sales Assistant and owner’s assistant needed Help with customers and support the sales staff Light bookkeeping and office work. Computer skills a must. Send resumes via e-mail to bill@affordableflooringwarehouse.com No phone calls please. Come grow with us - Flooring Covering Sales experienced, energetic and team player. Fulltime- Some Saturdays Compensation based on experience. Send resume via e-mail to bill@affordableflooringwarehouse.com No phone calls please.

Graphic Designer Become a member of our award-winning design team. The Steamboat Pilot & Today has an opening for an experienced graphic designer. This is a full-time position with benefits. Qualified applicants must have working knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. The ideal candidate will be creative, deadline oriented and have the ability to multi-task. Send your resume and samples of your work to mboyer@steamboatpilot.com. 970-871-4218

Multi-Million Dollar Debt Free 12 year old company seeking professionals that would like to own their own business. Call Mike 303-229-3211.

STEAMBOAT:DOGS WELCOME! Fenced Yard, 3 bd, 1.5 bath, walk to town. Gas fireplace. $1,500. First, last, deposit. July 1st. 970-846-3859 STEAMBOAT:Cabin for rent, 1BD + loft at River Bend. 1 pet ok. Low utilities. Available July 1. $900 monthly 970-846-9340

Vacation Resorts International is seeking Part-time Housekeepers. Qualified applicants must be detail oriented and be responsible. This position is for Saturdays only. Please stop by and fill out an application at Thunder Mountain, 2030 Walton Creek Rd. Or call 970-879-9634.

CRAIG:Large 2 bedroom basement apartment, NP, NS, utilities included, Background check required $750 plus deposit, 699 Russell St, Craig 276-4144 STEAMBOAT: DOWNTOWN Unfurnished 2BR, 1BA, cosy, clean, bright, low utilities. No Pets - limited parking. $1000 734-4919 STEAMBOAT:1 Bedroom studio apartment on the mountain. Walking distance from Gondola. Pet’s welcome. $800 monthly, 1st, last, deposit. (605)354-1825

The Village At Steamboat is hiring for the following positions:

* Maintenance Manager * Front Desk Lead *Front Desk Agent * Maintenance Tech

Full time- Year round employment. Benefits include: Health, Dental, Vision, PTO, 401k, Potential Tuition Reimbursement, Discounted hotel room rates at Wyndham core properties. Apply in person at 900 Pine Grove Circle (Across from the Tennis Bubble) EOE, VETERANS, DV, M, F

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Will be accepting applications beginning May 26th for Kitchen staff. Apply @1860 Ski Time Square. Steamboat Lake Outfitters is now hiring for Waitstaff, Breakfast cooks, line cooks, & Pizza cooks. Call 970-879-4404, apply online www.steamboatlakeoutfitters.com

SLOPESIDE GRILL is looking for experienced line cooks. Email resume to suzydemusis@comcast.net

OAK CREEK: AFFORDABLE 1 & 2 BEDROOM hardwood floors, high ceilings, Dish TV, good location. Quiet building. Must See! 970-879-4784 STEAMBOAT: Fish Creek area 1BD, garage pets ok, WD, utilities included. Month to month possible. $850 month Call 819-1164

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STEAMBOAT:Furnished mountain, 2 bed, 1 bath apartment. NS, pets allowed, WD, cable, internet, utilities included. 6 months. $1000 month. 970-819-5160. CRAIG: DOWNTOWN Large 2 to 3 Bedroom Apartments.Furnished, parking, laundry facilities. All electric kitchens including DW, disposals. Small pets ok. Call (970)824-7120 STEAMBOAT:Caretakers apartment in luxury home available. $1200 monthly includes utilities. (970)879-8089 STEAMBOAT:Studio apartment in luxury home available. $1200 monthly includes utilities. (970)879-8089 STEAMBOAT:Available NOW! Downtown 2bd, 1ba with wd, np, $1250 call 846-8247, long term rental, view online @ steamboat living.com STEAMBOAT: 3BD, 2.5BA, partially furnished, 1 garage, 1 out door space, WD, hardwood floors, premium appliances, close to down town, responsible couples and families preferred. $1,850 month + partial utilities. Or 2BD apartment $1,300 monthy plus utilities. Call Russ 203-253-6509 OAK CREEK: 2BD, 1BA apartment, all appliances, NS, pets negotiable, 1st & security. $850 per month includes all utilities. Joe 846-3542 STEAMBOAT:Furnished Apartment, 2BD, 1BA, 4 miles from ski mountain, Dishwasher, WD, $875 month. NS, NP. 1st, last. 871-4800, ext.100, 970-393-0906 STEAMBOAT: 2BD, 1BA Garden Level apartment 4 miles from town. $900 monthly + utilities. (970) 734-8261

STEAMBOAT: HUGE studio on Hillside Drive. 1-2 people. Dog OK. Large bath. Fenced yard. Private Drive. W/D. Furnished. $1000 month includes utilities. Call Central Park Management at 879-3294

STEAMBOAT:Newly furnished 3BD, 2BA Sunray Meadows. 2 car stacked garage. 1,163 square feet, WD, NS, NP. $1,500-$1,600 month. Available June 8, Axis West Realty 970-879-8171 or www.AxisWestRealty.com STEAMBOAT:Shadow Run, 2BD, 2BTH, 2nd floor, remodeled, new carpet and appliances, bus route & WD. References. $1250 month. NP. (970)879-7086 STEAMBOAT:Magnificent 1BD condo, Storm Meadows on Mountain. Fully furnished. $1,190 month to month. All inclusive, NS, NP. Ron @ 970-620-5918 STEAMBOAT:3bd Meadowlark condo. Clean, nice, affordable. 1st, last, sec., NS, NP. $1000 mo. Call 819-2751

STEAMBOAT:Downtown. NS, NP, 1BR, fully furnished, parking. WD, DW, includes utilities except electric. 730 Yampa, $975+ deposit. References. 970-846-7879 Available 6/15.

STEAMBOAT:850 Sq Ft studio apartment, Available Now, NS, $925 a month plus deposit. WD, Dish, Utilities included. Pets Negotiable 970-819-1600

STEAMBOAT: Views! 2 BD 1BA nicely furnished Villas @ Walton Creek, garage FP WD deck NS NP $1,250mo lesliefiji@frii.com 970-879-0080

STEAMBOAT:Great Downtown Location. Large 2BD, 1BA, Very private, Extra storage room, WD, NS, NP. Avail 6/15 $1150. 970-879-4924 Cell 303-501-3981

STEAMBOAT:WALTON VILLAGE 1BD, 1BA LOWER CORNER UNIT, WD, NP, NS, HOT TUB, POOL, TENNIS COURTS. FIRST, LAST, DEPOSIT $800 879-7746

STEAMBOAT:Private home garden Apt, quiet, sunny 2bd walk-out WD, DW, NS, NP $1150-Utilities, wireless Inc 1st Dep 846-0261

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STEAMBOAT: Very nice studio apartment available. utilities, cable, and internet included. NP, WD, First, last, security. References required. $725 monthly. (970)871-9918 or (970)846-5358 CRAIG:Remodeled 2BA, 1BA apartments with Travertine, slate, oak, and alder finishes, Economy apartments, or 2BD, 2BA Townhomes that allow pets. 970-824-9251 STEAMBOAT:New 1 Bedroom on Mountain near bike path and bus. Furnished. Utilities, Wi-Fi, Satellite included. WD, NS, NP $900. 970.734.7933

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STEAMBOAT:Cabin for rent, 1BD + loft at River Bend. 1 pet ok. Low utilities. Available July 1. $900 monthly 970-846-9340

STEAMBOAT: Condo on mountain. 2BD, 1BA. Cute, clean, great karma! (970) 846-2631

STEAMBOAT:Walton Village, 1bd, 1ba, furnished, upper level, NS, NP, WD, $875 mo. 846-0714, 846-7217

STEAMBOAT:*ONE MONTH FREE!* Clean 2 bd, mountain views, unfurnished, WD, cable, utilities, garage, NP, Lease, FP, $1,395 (317)695-3426

STEAMBOAT:SKI IN SKI OUT, 2BD, 2BA Storm Meadows, $1750 +Electric, NS, NP, Yr lease negotiable. 846-8284.

STEAMBOAT:Furnished 2BD, 1BA, Heated oversized garage, WD, FP, new carpet. On bus route, walk to gondola, M2M $1495, year $1350. Central Park Management 970-879-3294. STEAMBOAT:Sunray 2BD, 2BA, on bus, vaulted ceiling, WD, 1 car heated garage, included heat water & cable. Call Mike 846-8692

STEAMBOAT:THE LODGE, 2BD, 2BA furnished Pool, hottubs, deck, cable, gas, internet, shuttle. NS, NP. $1,600, 200yds to Gondola 440-666-6008

STEAMBOAT:Families wanted for 2 and 3 bedroom condo’s. Fully furnished on mountain with garages. Sorry no pets, no smoking. (970)871-6762

STEAMBOAT:Sunny, clean-new carpet, paint, Villas, 2bd 1ba, heated garage, vaulted ceilings. NS, NP, WD, FP, most utilities, $1,300 mo. 846-3471 STEAMBOAT: SPACIOUS, 2BD, 2BA, Furnished, Mountain, Bus, Grill, Garage, Fireplace, NS, NP, WD, UTILITIES INCLUDED, Flexible Term, $1535, Karen 970-819-9051. STEAMBOAT:1BD, 1BA, utilities included, hot tub, easy access to hiking and biking trails large porche, yard area, 6 month lease, fully furnished $950 per month. 1-800-733-7060 STEAMBOAT:2BD, 2BA on mountain, beautiful views,very quiet environment!! Fully furnished, cable, gas, water, and trash included. $1,100 per month. Call Drew 970-291-9101 STEAMBOAT:Spring Meadows Condo 2BD, 1BA, unfurnished, close to mountain. $900 monthly plus S.D. NS, NP. (970)879-2373 STEAMBOAT:Completely remodeled 2BD, 1BA. NS, NP, $1,150 + utility. Close to bus route, on site laundry facility. Susan Ross 970-819-2300 STEAMBOAT:Sunny corner unit, 2bd, 2bath, Available NOW, walkout patio to pool, tennis. 1st, last, NS, NP, partially furnished $1200. 303-717-7450 STEAMBOAT:1BD, 1BA, NS, NP, Downtown, partially furnished, $1000 utilities included, 846-5698. STEAMBOAT:Large top floor 2BD, 2BA Rockies Condo. Furnished, hardwood, deck, storage, bus route, pool, hottubs, golf; utilities included. $1400 month Lindsay 508-789-1910 or http://www.2433rockiesway.com/,

STEAMBOAT:2BD, 2BA, mountain, 1600 sqft, WD, NS, Pets okay. Available 06/16. $1,500 + utilities & deposit. 9 7 0 - 3 9 3 - 0 9 8 0 http://www.condosnaps.com/duplex STEAMBOAT:3,4 Bdrm, 3.5+ Ba luxury Cherry Dr. garage, decks, views, WD, FP, family rm, open floor plan, storage, NS, pets, $2,400. 970.846.3868 STEAMBOAT:2BD, 2BA, Furnished, garage, WD, views, fenced yard, pets negotiable, NS. $1500+utilities, First, last, security. Long term. 846-3111. Details www.westworks.us/rental

STEAMBOAT:3 Bed, 3 ba, Clocktower Sq. $2000 incl util. Fully furnished, hot tub, BBQ, WD. 6 month lease. Jen 415-350-7726 STEAMBOAT:1BD, fully remodeled Timbers Condo. New floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, great views, MUST SEE! $950, Available 07/01 802-310-1135 STEAMBOAT: Scandinavian Lodge 2BD, 1.5BA, Ski - In Ski - Out, furnished, including utilities, WD, FP, Pool, NP. $1450 846-8907 STEAMBOAT:Sundance Creek 2BD + Den, includeds trash, snow plow, gas, water, sewer & most heat $1445 NP, NS. Call 846-5551 STEAMBOAT:Contemporary upper floor 2br, 2ba Sunray, high-end finishes, wood floors, stainless, FP, decks, garage, WD, NS. $1600 includes Heat, Cable, Water. 7/1. 970-846-7379 STEAMBOAT:1BD, 1BA furnished Pines Condo, new remodel, WD, NS, mtn views, bus route, $975. 970.217.1503 STEAMBOAT:1BD, 2BA Nicely Furnished. Fireplace, WD, Fully equipped kitchen, Cable, Pool, Hot Tub, Very Clean, Mountain views. NS, NP References required. $900 1st, last, dep. Call 879-6189

STEAMBOAT:Huge 2BD, 2BA private preserve.10 minutes to town. Pet considered. Garage. NS, $1400 mo+ utilities. Lease. First, Last, Security 970-870-9815 STEAMBOAT:3BD, 1BA, garden level, fenced yard. Off Tamarack. Bus, 1-car garage, WD, NS. $1500. Pets ok, Available Now 970-879-5507, (970)879-8584 STEAMBOAT:Chinook Lane, 2BD, 2BA on bus route. Furnished, WD, NS, lease. 1st, last, deposit $1500 month + utilities. Call 970-222-0913 STEAMBOAT:New 3bdm, 2.5ba; Between town and Mountain, 2 car garage, Great Views of Emerald, Mt Werner AND down valley, NS, Pets negotiable. $2,200 970-819-1890 STEAMBOAT:3BD, 2BA, 3-story, nice, clean, 2300 sf, fully furnished or unfurnished, private town setting, great mountain views. NS $1,900 970-819-7684 STEAMBOAT:2bd, loft, 1ba, furnished or unfurnished, utilities included. On the mountain, bus, $1500 month. NP, NS. Call Bill at 879-2854. OAK CREEK:Brand New 1/2 Duplex for Rent 3BD, 2BA, 2-car garage, all appliances included + central vacuum. NS, Pet negotiable. Sierra View, $1495 monthly + utilities. Call Joe 846-3542 STEAMBOAT:3BD, 1BA Utilities paid, furnished, in town, not on bus, private, clean, 1700sq.ft., 2-vehicle maximum, full laundry $1800 (970)879-6702

STEAMBOAT:2BD, 2BA, Condo, Fully furnished, WD, on bus route, NS, NP $1,250 plus utilities, First, Last, Security (719)338-4763

STEAMBOAT:Furnished Ski Time Square, 2BD, 2BA, WD. Covered parking, hot tub, sauna, NS, NP. First, last, security, year lease. $1250 mo 970-846-8559

STAGECOACH:2BD, 1BA, Wagon Wheel Condo, Very clean, furnished NS, NP, First, Last, Deposit $850 monthly + utilities. Available 7/1/09. 970-819-1511

STEAMBOAT:Mountain, 1 bedroom+ loft, 1 bathroom. Quiet, backs to National Forest, Available July 1, $1,100, includes cable and utilities, NP, 303-324-4072

STEAMBOAT:Duplex, 3BD, 2BA, Riverside, fenced yard, new carpet - paint. DW, WD, NS, NP, bus. Available now. $1,500 mo. 1st, Last, Security. References. Possible Sale or Rent2Own. 970-276-9151

STEAMBOAT:Cool and Cozy 1BD, totally furnished, Walton Village, NP, NS, Pool, 6 mo or 1 yr lease. $825 mo 210-332-8611

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STEAMBOAT:Shadow Run 2BD, 2BA, furnished, hot tub, pool, on bus route. 2 blocks from ski mountain. $1250 monthly (610) 945-7281

STEAMBOAT:1BD, 2BA, Top corner, GFP, WD, Pool, HT, Updated, Creek views. NP NS References required. $1000. 1st, last, deposits 879-3788

STAGECOACH:Immaculate remodel, 3BD, 2BA, stainless steel appliances, granite, WD. $1200 month. First, Last & Security, NS, NP. Available 09/01/09. 970-736-8199

STEAMBOAT:Bright 1-BD, 1-BA condo. Walk downtown, WD, DW, NS, NP, good storage, views of sunset, cable included $900. (970) 846-6786.

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STEAMBOAT:GREAT VIEWS unfurnished 2BR 1.5BA double garages, yard, low utilities, WD woodstove, pet considered. 8/1 $1,350 734-4919.

STEAMBOAT:2BD, 1BA plus loft, wood burning stove, WD, on Yampa river, quiet, 3 miles from Steamboat on Highway 131. $1500. 970-846-0200

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STEAMBOAT:2BD 1BA cozy, quiet, downtown. Great yard. WD, NP, NS. Lease, references First, Last, Security $1200 month + utilities. 970-879-9038

STEAMBOAT:Fish Creek falls condo, 2BR 2BA, spacious living room. Low utilities, great view of downtown and west. NS, NP. $1250 per month. 970-456-3739

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STEAMBOAT: 2BD, 2BA + loft Furnished Condo, on mountain, WD, NP, NS, HT, Pool, bus route. $1550 879-1982

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STEAMBOAT: 2BD, 2BA Shadow Run, bus-route. Available July 1st. WD, storage. High speed internet included. NS, NP. $1200 First,last. 819-4301 STEAMBOAT:Snowbird Perfect, Beautifully furnished, centrally located, 2+2, WD, FP, Garage, Utilities and Cable included, $1,500 mo. NS, NP, Kym 879-2149

STEAMBOAT:2BR, 2BA Walton Creek, Lease Negotiable, Pool, Hot Tub, partially furnished, storage. Available 07/01 $1150 1st,last,security NS, NP, WD. 970-846-7587

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STEAMBOAT:Storm Meadows, fully furnished 2BD, 2BA, Sweet! $1,150 month, plus electric and deposit. Available now until end of November. 970-819-0720

STEAMBOAT:Newly furnished Ridgecrest! 2BD, 2BA, bus, ski, mountain views, deck, hottubs, WD, NS, NP, utilities, internet, garage, storage, $1750. 719-648-5789

STEAMBOAT:Mustang Run. Spacious & immaculate 3 bdrm., 2ba. on bus route. Garage, furnished, all utilities (including cable) $2,100 mo., 1 year. NP, NS. 1st, last, security deposit. 303-987-2287 or RickGowins@qwest.net STEAMBOAT: 2BD, 2BA partially Furnished, Internet, Cable Included, bus-route, WD, Hot-Tub, mountain. NS, NP $1100 1st, Last, Security. 970-871-7921

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STEAMBOAT: 1 and 2 bedrooms. Furn. On Mt. and Bus. Avail immed. Lease. No Pets. 970-879-8161 STEAMBOAT:Newer 2 BR, 2 BA Sundance Creek Condo with FP, deck, WD & garage. Quality finishes, excellent location & views. NS, NP. $1,495 includes most utilities. Nelson 970-846-8338

STEAMBOAT:Sunny, Spacious, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, bus route, walk to town. Laundry & mud room, heated garage, low utilities. (970)871-0961

STEAMBOAT: 1300 Sq Ft house in Fairview, fenced yard, garage 2BD, 1BA, 2 attic rooms that could be used as an office. $1,550 (970)846-1760

STEAMBOAT:1BD, 1BA furnished, remodeled, top corner unit, mountain views. wood floors, WD, HT & pool, NS, NP. $1095 monthly (970)736-1204

STEAMBOAT:2BD, 1BA, 3357 Apres Ski Way, WD. Walking distance to Gondola. NP, $1100 monthly + deposit & utilities. 970-846-9589

STEAMBOAT:3BD, 2BA newer-home. 2 car garage, spacious kitchen, FP, WD. Mountain, bus route, landscaped, Jacuzzi tub. $2150 month. 970-846-5004, 870-6410


HAYDEN:near High School and Town Park, 2BD, 1BA, WD, 2 car garage, yard, Pets negotiable. $1,100 month. Available July 1. 406-570-2031 STEAMBOAT:Downtown by High School. Great views. Unfurnished, 4bedroom, 2bath, 2 car garage. 1,726 sq. ft. , pet considered, available July, lease,ns. $2,000-2,500 monthly. Axis West Realty 970879.8171or www.AxisWestRealty.com STEAMBOAT:Old Town Home, 3BD, 2BA, Gas fireplace, WD, NS, Pets OK, 1st and security. $1700 month, 846-4705

Newly remodeled 5Bed, 3Bath, familyroom, 2 woodstoves, 800 sqft.shop, 3-acres, 8-miles from town, horses OK, Pets neg. LEASE TO OWN, $2100 Mo, 970-734-5045 STEAMBOAT:1 BD, 1 BA, WD, 3 miles from town on HWY131 on Yampa River, River Frontage, $1,200 mo.970-846-0200 CLARK:Charming Cabins for lease 17 miles North of Steamboat: 1BD’s start at $650 monthly, 2BD’s $1,000 monthly plus utilities. NS, NP. Horse boarding available. 1st, Last, Security. 970-879-6220. HAYDEN:Spectacular home in Hayden for rent. 4BDR 3BATH, 3000 sq ft with att dbl gar. Open floor plan, in-flr heat, 500 sq ft custom log deck, two laundries, oversized kitchen with dbl ovens, custom closets, undgr sprinkler. We are looking for neat, clean, responsible renters ONLY! Lease and deposit required. $2000 mo. Call Amy 846-7044. HAYDEN: Charming Downtown 3BD, 2BA, 1 car garage, WD, NS, pet negotiable. $1200 month + utilities. Call Amy 846-8601

STEAMBOAT: 3BD, 3.5BA Custom home on Anglers Drive. This home has everything! $3,750 monthly, see more details at tntpropertiesonline.com or Call 970-846-6767

STEAMBOAT:3bd, 2ba Heritage Park home. Avail mid July - Aug 1st. $1700, water incl. pets negot, NS. 871-1851 HAYDEN:Furnished one bedroom guesthouse. $675 per month. Matching Security. Call Kristy (970)846-3805. STEAMBOAT:Tamarack Point, 3bd, 2.5ba, one car garage. Huge unfinished basement. Nice family neighborhood. Available 07/01, flexible lease. $2100 MONTH 736-2315.

STEAMBOAT:Blacktail, 3bd, 2ba, WD, heated garage, CLOSE to town, 10 acres, NS, dogs negotiable, $1,650 month. 415-868-9675 or 415-860-9663 STEAMBOAT:4 + bedroom old town home, big fenced yard, pets okay. Furnished, $3,000 includes utilities. Flexible terms, call for appointment. (970)871-6898 HAYDEN:Horse property, 3BD, 2BA, large barn. 35 acres. 3 miles outside town. $1,700 monthly. NS. Available immediately. Call (720)339-8938 STEAMBOAT:3BD, 2BA, Fairview, New kitchen, Granite, Wood floors, Gas fireplace, Large decks Beautiful Private backyard, WD, Furnished, NP. $2200 970-870-6277 STEAMBOAT:Log Home Blacktail Estates 3BD, 2.5BA, 2 car garage, 5 acres, office & family room. $1,500 - $2,000 Depending 805-748-7258 CLARK: Right on The Elk River, 3BD, 2BA, WD, NS, pets neg., $1350 month 879-3253 MILNER:Quirky 2bd, 1ba house on great 1/2 acre lot. Dogs welcome. Must allow showings. $850 1st, last, security. biffs97722@mypacks.net 541-497-3572

STEAMBOAT:Live & Work Downtown, 1,200 sqft apartment, new bathroom, 1,000 sqft garage, 10ft door. $1,500 mo 846-9753 STEAMBOAT:3 bdrm log cabin in Downtown. $1,700 month includes utilities. No dogs. Contact 824-1703. STEAMBOAT:Never-lived-in, brand new home, 5 minutes from downtown. 4bd, 3.5ba, views, decks, school bus route, nice yard, private. NP, NS. $3,500 month + utilities. Corey 970-846-3782 Email: bryna@organic-marketing.com.

STEAMBOAT:3BD, 2BA Large Downtown House, furnished, free bus, yard, river, decks, vaulted ceiling, gas fireplace, WD, NS, NP $2200 month 970-870-6277

STEAMBOAT:AVAILABLE NOW, 2 bedroom plus loft, 1 bath home, pets, close to bus, skiing. Large deck, views. $1,350 monthly, 970-819-6930 STEAMBOAT:1bd, 1 ba separate unit in lower part of house on upper mountain -val’disere, views, pet OK $925 +utilites 846-8145 STEAMBOAT:Beautifully restored cottage, 9th & Oak Street, downtown. 1BD, 1BA, WD, NS. First, last, security utilities. Available 07/01 $1300. 879-1453. STEAMBOAT:5BD, 3BA, bus route, On Golf Course, WD, NS, 2-car garage, pets considered. $2,395 + utilities. Great home. Call 970-846-5551 STEAMBOAT: Spectacular ski area views from this 4BD, 3BA Tree Haus home. Just 2 miles from both downtown and the ski area. Close to everything Steamboat has to offer! Fully furnished with landscaped yard, large deck, hot tub and 2-car garage. Long-term lease $2750 monthly + utilities. Pets welcome. Call 970-390-5244. STEAMBOAT:1 BD COTTAGE, 502 1/2 Pine Street, includes water and trash, $800 mo. Available now. NP, NS, 719-576-9930 STEAMBOAT: Spectacular views in Soda Creek Highlands. Hike from house. 3BD, 3.5BA, den, 3000 sq. ft., 2 fireplaces, great decks, 2 car garage. 7 acres. Available August 1 with lease. 1st, last, security. $2200 mo. See details at http://sodacreekhouse.blogspot.com/. Call 401-423-0055. STEAMBOAT:Will trade 4BD, 4BA contemporary house on ICW (Hobe Sound FL), Large pool, Pontoon boat for comparable Ski In -Out mountain home. Late Feb early March 2010. 561-312-1567 STEAMBOAT:Cute Old Town home. 3BD, 1BA Hardwood floors, gas stove, WD, Pets considered. $1700 month plus utilities. Available immediately. 871.1749 STEAMBOAT:3br 2 bath in the heart of downtown, Partially furnished, ns, np security $1800 includes utilities 970-379-8704

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STEAMBOAT: Unfurnished 1 bedroom 1 bath Mobile Home located in Dream Island MHC, $875 monthly, $900 deposit, Call (970) 879-0261

STEAMBOAT:?????????Dogs o.k. $450 single, $600 couple. Large bedroom, private bath. Includes utilities. Beautiful location. 13 miles from Steamboat. 870-1636, 879-1556

STEAMBOAT:EARN FREE RENT 1 SEQUOIA, 2 bed corner unit, lots of light, just remodeled brand new floors & walls, updated appliances, pool, hottub, $1200 negotiable 970-846-6943 STEAMBOAT:3BD, 1.5BA, bike path & bus route. Cable, Water, WD, Gas Stove, Pet? Available 07/01. $1500. First, Last, Deposit. 846-4633 STEAMBOAT:3 bd, 2 ba, Mountain Vista Townhome, garage, WD, $1,800. 970-871-1839 STEAMBOAT:Recently renovated Whistler 2bd, 1ba, sunny end unit, beautiful views. New tile, carpet, paint throughout, maple cabinets, granite counters! Deck, WD, pool, hot tub, bus line. NS, NP, no partiers! Available 07/01. $1300, year lease. (970)879-5141, 846-4240.

STEAMBOAT:FOR LEASE - AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 4 BD, 3BA townhome on mountain, Ski-in, Ski-out, Fully furnished, 6-12 month lease, $3500 month, Suraya 303-601-3621, suraya@suraya.com STEAMBOAT:Whistler Townhome. Furnished, Turn Key End Unit. Mountain views, pool, HT, ammenities building. Long term, NP, NS. $1350 monthly. 970-879-1834 STEAMBOAT:3BR, 2B Townhome great location near hospital, golf course, skiing; perfect for family or 2 couples. Hot tub, deck, wood fireplace, garage. Unfurnished, available July 1 $2100 month exclusive utilities; references required call Bob 970-846-4907. HAYDEN:2BD, 1.5BA, fireplace, heated garage, WD, NS $1100 month, 1st & Security. (970) 756-6298

STEAMBOAT:2BD 2 story sunny corner unit. Ski area, furnished & fully equipped, WD, pool, hot tub. NS, NP. $1295 month. Cable, monthly house keeping included. 303-503-8100.

STEAMBOAT:Clean, Sunny, Bright unfurnished 3BR, 2BA. 2 garages, gas heat, hot water, low utilities, pet considered, mountain views. $1,400 734-4919

STEAMBOAT:Bright, Sunny, & Clean 2BD, 1BA corner unit available immediately, fully furnished, mountain, bus route, recently update, pool, hot tub, NS, NP, 1st, last security. $1200 some utilities included. 970-846-4965

HAYDEN RENTAL-2BD, 1Ba, NP, NS, First, Last, and security, Rent with option to buy. $750 mo Billie 970-620-0655

STEAMBOAT:Walton Village 2BD, 2- 1/2BA Remodeled, WD, NS, cable, water, trash included, Pool Hot tub, mtn, bus. $1300 +dep. 846-6113 STEAMBOAT:3BD, 2BA Mountain Vista,furnished townhome,1 car garage end unit. On bus route. Fireplace, WD, Cable, Trash, Pets considered, NS. $1,700. (970) 871-8027 STEAMBOAT:Newly remodeled Woodbridge townhome, 3 bdr 2.5 bth, 2 decks and a garage. WD, fully furnished, NS, NP, on bus route. available July 1st. $1,800+ utilities, call 9 7 0 - 8 4 6 - 7 6 9 5 www.steamboataerials.com/gallery/thumbnails.p hp?album=35. STEAMBOAT:2BD, 1.5BA Whistler Townhome. WD, deck, pool, hot tub, NS, NP. $1200 month includes most utilities. 1st, last, security. 846-2451.

STEAMBOAT:1bd in 3bd, 2ba nice townhome. Hotub, NP, NS, Tamarack area. Quiet, responsible. $700 includes utilities, Wi-Fi. First, Last. (970)846-4312 HAYDEN:Rooms available in Hayden. Long-term rentals $400 per month plus utilities, NS, NP. 970-276-4545 or 970-276-2079

STEAMBOAT:Rooms for rent in beautiful 4BD Townhome, NS, NP. $650 monthly per room includes all utilities & internet, on bus route, between downtown and mountain. (970)846-6423

STEAMBOAT:JUNE FREE!! 2bd 1ba Whistler Unit. Recent partial renovation. Last, deposit only. Includes several utilities and amenities. $1300 month (970)596-9884

STEAMBOAT: Furnished bedrooms, quiet, downtown guesthouse. Share kitchenette, living room, patio. Cable, WiFi, NP, NS. $500 + electric, heat. 879-8793

HAYDEN:Valleyview Work OR Live. Large 1150 sqft 2BD, 2BA + 1150 sqft heated storage with overhead door. Great views! New construction. $1500 month. 819-1788 or 870-0169

STEAMBOAT:Mature housemate needed for 4bd, 3.5ba home. 6 miles North of Steamboat. $625 plus utilities, pets and lease term negotiable. (303)673-0727.

STEAMBOAT:2BD, 2BA, furnished, WD, on mountain, deck, Hot tub, cable, on bus route. $1,250 + deposit, NS (970)870-9997

STEAMBOAT:Room for Rent. $500 monthly. Utilities included except gas. Cable, internet, phone, free LD, WD. Pets negot. (970)879-4202, (340)998-8240

STEAMBOAT:Furnished Herbage Townhome, 3bd, 3ba. On mountain on bus route. $1,800 monthly includes heat, water, cable. NS, NP. Available 6-1. 303-525-9102

HAHN’S PEAK:Mature, Fun person wanted for Furnished room with views! Couple considered, Dog possible. $475 month, utilities included. 970-846-7316

STEAMBOAT: Beautiful 4BD, 3.5BA, 1 car garage, between mountain and town, bus route, WD, NS, NP. $1950 monthly. 970-846-6423.

STEAMBOAT:Sunny room, private bath, Stylish, clean, townhome, Quiet, private! Garage, WD, dishwasher, Fireplace, decks, NS, NP, $650 month includes cable, hi-speed internet, 846-2294

STEAMBOAT:Townhome, 3 Bedroom. Furn. On Mt. and Bus. Avail. immed. Lease. No Pets. 970-879-8161

STEAMBOAT:Private Room, Bath in Furnished Townhome Overlooking Valley, WD, DW, WiFi. $750 includes utilities. Available Now! Lease or Monthly. 970-846-0440

STEAMBOAT:2BD, 2BA on mountain, bus route. WD, DW, pet negotiable, NS. $1,300 month. First, Last, Deposit, June 1st. Tim 846-1605

STEAMBOAT:Strawberry Park Home, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bath, remodeled 04’. 5 minutes from town $3000 monthly. 846-9783

STEAMBOAT:Luxury Duplex, incredible views, 3 BD, 2.5 BA, leasing now with flexible terms, high end furnishings included, $2,700 month, 2 car garage, no smoking (303)904-2377

CRAIG:Quaint 2BD, 1.5BA mobile home-6 lots, above city park, secluded, new paint, furnace, garage, yard, views, pets possible. $850 monthly (970)824-7957

STEAMBOAT: 3bed, 3bath Walton Village Townhome for rent. Sunny, corner unit with valley views. Fully furnished. $1500/month. NS, NP 970.846.9449

STEAMBOAT:Roommate wanted to share nice home. Close to bus route and bike path, great views. NP, NS. $500.00 a month plus utilities. Available 7/1. Call 970-819-6128. STEAMBOAT:Furnished room available. On bus route, WD, internet, cable. $700 includes utilities. No lease or deposits required. Laura 871-7638, 870-1430. STEAMBOAT:Looking for 1 roommate to share 3BD, 2BA house with one other, WD, pets neg. $625 includes utilities. (970) 846-8890

STEAMBOAT:Bedroom on mountain, cable, wireless, WD, bus route, bike path. NS, NP, $550 monthly includes utilities. First, last, deposit. 846-7230 STEAMBOAT:WESTEND, Mature, responsible quiet, adult to share 2 bd condo, NS, ND, WD, Balcony, $625 mo+ utilities. Avail. 6/15, 871-6763 STEAMBOAT:Pets negotiable, furnished, single-family-home, Close to Old Town, 2 rooms available, $600 per month + utilities. $1200 deposit. 303-459-0316 STEAMBOAT:2BD, 1BA, Fully furnished, on bus route, NS, walk to mountain. (970)846-8280

STEAMBOAT: Office or Retail 5th and Yampa. 750-1700sqft. Terms negotiable, Month to Month? Ample parking, great signage. Jon Sanders (970)870-0552 STEAMBOAT:SUNDANCE @ FISHCREEK, 1st Floor, Prime Retail Space, Large Windows, 2nd Floor, Office Space, Recently Remodeled. Lots of Natural Light, Bob Larson: 871-4992 or 846-6899 STEAMBOAT:High visibility, high traffic, 3rd and Oak location. 211 3rd Street. 1800 sq.ft. total. 1450 sq.ft. finished, 350 sq.ft. storage. 2 bathrooms. Live-Work potential. $17 sq.ft. NNN 5 year lease. Call Tom 970-734-5977 STEAMBOAT:First month free. Professional suites and individual offices available at 1205 Hilltop Pkwy from $600. Lofted ceilings, AC, security, plenty of parking, great views from every office. Call Jules 879-5242

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STEAMBOAT: BEAR RIVER CENTERBeautiful 2nd floor space available immediately! Perfect for salon, spa, gallery, or office space. Small 114 SF unit and large 960 SF unit. Call Central Park Management today for more information. 970-879-3294

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STEAMBOAT:Pines @ Ore House, Quiet 1BD, 1BA, garden level private patio. Close to Starbucks, restaurants, Yampa River Core Trail, and bus route. Low HOA & pet friendly. $320,000. MLS#125114 Tim Boehm Steamboat Real Estate, Inc. or 846-7873 tim@prudentialsteamboatrealty.com

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STEAMBOAT: 427 Oak St. Available Immediately, 1850 Sq Ft. For further info Call Janet 879-0642 or 846-6962

STEAMBOAT:Entrepreneurs seeking office space for new - growing business check out Bogue Enterprise Center at CMC. Great rates, one year leases, copy center, meeting rooms, SCORE counseling available. Call 870-4491 STEAMBOAT:Next to Yacht Club, 8th and Yampa on the river. Huge yard, Parking, flexible terms, price negotiable. Jon Sanders 970-870-0552 STEAMBOAT:1,500SF shop with large, well appointed office. Knotty pine built-in cabinets and workstations. 10’x10’ garage door, 14’ ceilings. $1,580NNN.. 879.9133 STEAMBOAT: Office space singles to 5 room suites. Historic building 737 Lincoln and Mountain location. Private parking both locations. 970-870-3473 CRAIG:up to 2,500 sq ft @ $10 per sq ft, including shop, utilities included, high traffic location with good parking. call Bobbie Jo (970)824-7000 STEAMBOAT:Executive Office Suites Available at the Historic Old Pilot Building Great downtown location with full amenities: Phone System, Wireless Internet, Cable TV, Conference Room, and Kitchen. Contact Rhianna at (970)875-0999

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STEAMBOAT:AVAILABLE NOW! New Riverfront commercial unit, Below Market Rent. 1400sf with two large internet ready offices with windows, warehse, garage, storage, receiving bay, good signage, parking, kitchen, bathroom, riverside patio, near bikepath. 970-846-3289 kath@evodesign.biz STEAMBOAT: Hwy 40 Frontage, Logger’s Lane Commercial Center, 2480sf Finished retail, industrial space, overhead garage door, Central AC & Heat Call 970-846-5099 STEAMBOAT: Office space singles to 5 room suites. Historic building 737 Lincoln and Mountain location. Private parking both locations. 970-870-3473

STEAMBOAT:Warehouse: Live or Work 2,000 sq.ft. 3 phase power, fire alarm, sprinkler, large swing and overhead doors, internet, passive solar. Tenant finish, built to suite. This is an excellent property with great neighbors. 970-879-6667

Quail Run, All utilities included in Homeowners dues, except Elec. 2bd, 2ba, with garage, BEST PRICE! $369,000. Call Roy Powell, RE/MAX/STEAMBOAT 970-846-1661

STEAMBOAT:Ace @ the Curve Plaza has 3 retail spaces available. 850 sqf, 1200 sqf. or 1800 sqf. High traffice anchor tenant, short, or long term. Sign now & we’ll pay 1 year or CAMs. 970.819.5169

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STEAMBOAT:Office Suites Available for Immediate Occupancy. Conference room accessible. Long/short term available. Starting at $400 per month. All inclusive Call Bruce 846-0262 STEAMBOAT:Small Office space available on the Yampa River Downtown. Bathroom & waiting room, Deck overlooking the River. (970)879-3088 HAYDEN: 3100 sq ft warehouse with office and full bath/shower – 2 12X14 foot truck doors and man doors on either side. Could divide. New, landscaped and ready to lease @ $10.80 per foot ($2800mo). Valley View Industrial Park, a great midpoint location between Craig and Steamboat. Call Dutch (970) 846-1676. STEAMBOAT:RIVERSIDE PLACE AGGRESSIVELY PRICED STARTING AT $10 FT. Several square foot age options available for retail, office, restaurant space. Jim Hansen (970)846-4109 Thaine Mahanna (970)846-5336 Old Town Realty

STEAMBOAT:WANTED to lease: 1 bdr apt near bus route from Nov ‘09 thru April ‘10. 58yo, NS, NP. adaplant@bellsouth.net 228-326-6693 STEAMBOAT: Handyman willing to do any work for partial rent payment, Responsible Pet owner (6yr female lab) Call Mike 636-295-0017

STEAMBOAT: Copper Ridge Office / Warehouse for rent. Approx 900 sqft 303-350-9436 HAYDEN/STEAMBOAT: Airport Garages, Spring Special! Own a heated 12’ x 22’ storage unit for cars, home or business. $39,900 now $24,900 on a limited # of units. On site shuttle/clubhouse and manager. Rentals also available. AirportGarages.com (970)879-4440 STEAMBOAT: Need more office space?? Hilltop Document Storage is the perfect solution for storing sensitive and confidential documents. Call (970)879-5242 MILNER:3360 sqft warehouse, 12x14, and 12x12 doors +man doors, 14’5” ceiling, concrete floor, gas heat, bathroom, electricity. $2,400 month 970-846-0423 STEAMBOAT: Prime Downtown Location in Historic Professional Office Building! 1,050 sf first class finished space including 3 offices and 5 work stations located at 141 9th Street. Call Ryan at 970-819-2742

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STEAMBOAT:Summer rental in new custom timber frame home near Whistler Park & open space. Top quality finishes, 3BR, 2BA, Garage, huge patio & views. Pics at www.vrbo.com listing #249226. $1,495 wk $3,250 mo. Nelson 970-846-8338

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STEAMBOAT:30% Discount. Low CAM. Parking. Great office setting in central location with views. Office and Storefront. 255SF to 6000SF. 879.9133

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Multi-million Dollar Company offering business opportunity to self motivated person. No franchise fees or products. For details call Steve (970)629-0272

OWNER FINANCING! Walton Creek Condominiums, 2bd, 2ba, $249,000, 1020 sqft. Why wait? Roy Powell 846-1661, RE/MAX/STEAMBOAT

Successful year round guest ranch business for lease or option to buy. Owner financing may be available. Great growth potential! Call 970-879-6220

Large Industrial zoned location close to downtown. 3.08 acres. House, shop, 26 units self storage. Many existing uses. Water rights and more! 970-879-5036

STEAMBOAT: THE VICTORIA 10th & Lincoln RETAIL AND OFFICE SPACE FOR SALE OR LEASE Hal Unruh - Prudential Steamboat Realty 970-875-2413

Discover the benefits of owning your office space. Office and storefront from 845sf to 6000SF.Central location with parking. 879.9133

HELP-U-SELL! SHADOW RUN , SECOND FLOOR, 2BED, 2BATH, CLEAN, AFFORDABLE. LOWEST PRICED UNIT IN COMPLEX. ONLY $244,500 DWIGHT 9 7 0 - 8 4 6 - 9 9 7 0 WWW.HUSALPINEPROPERTIES.COM

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The Value of slopeside living. Beautiful 1BD, 1BA, fully furnished, great starter home or rental. Owners pets allowed. Reduced to rock bottom price of $255,000! MLS#124596 Valerie Lish RE/MAX STEAMBOAT 970-846-1082

$169,900 LOCAL STARTER OR INVESTOR CONDO MLS#124806 One Bedroom, dogs allowed. Low dues. Washer/dryer. Tour: www.PropertyPanorama.com/57622

CONSIDER: 2660 s.f. A+ building. Lots of light and parking. Rent possible. For price: MOSER & ASSOC. 970-879-2839

STEAMBOAT: Work - Live 1700 SqFt end unit, Custom finishes, Owner Finc. 3% APR. $350,000 970-734-8265

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Best condo Value Under $250K on the Mountain Offered at $249,500 #125295 This cozy 2 bedroom/2 bath unit is a fully furnished turn key unit with ski mountain views. Solid management program with Mountain Resorts. Building recently renovated and paid for! Call Bob Bomeisl at (970)846-3046 Prudential Steamboat Realty

Ski Town Realty, Bruce Tormey, Realtor BruceT34@yahoo.com (970)846-8867

Remodeled 2 Bedroom Unit at the Pines Was $355,000, Now $274,900! #124394 Over 20% of price reduction! This unit has just undergone an extensive remodel including new slate tile, hardwood floors, paint, appliances and countertops. This unit is sunny and brightwith a delightful patio opening up to the grassy courtyard. The Pines complex offers extremely low dues and is ideally located near shopping. Great value,won’t last long. Call Cheryl Foote at ( 9 7 0 ) 8 4 6 - 6 4 4 4 www.SteamboatMountainProperties.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

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STEAMBOAT: Rent all or Part of A+ Professional Office Building. Features: Reception, conference, windows & kitchen. MOSER & ASSOC. 970-879-2839

STEAMBOAT: RETAIL: Center of Downtown 1,200-3,500sqft Boutique Retail, Food Service Restaurant? Flexible Terms. OFFICE: Prestigious location center of Downtown 700-1400sqft, Tenant finish allowance, Call Jon Sanders 970.870.0552

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Just steps from Steamboat’s slopes! Private entry, fireplace, 3 levels, 1.5 bath, patio on the lawn! $275,000. Patricia Dulan , Broker. 970.870.6373 STEAMBOAT Shadow Run, 1bd, 2nd floor, new bathroom, clean, $210,000, 970-819-2233 Own, Don’t Rent! Offered at $198,500 #125028 Own! Don’t rent! Very cute, top floor, corner unit with lots of light over looking the green space with views of the ski area. Bedroom has windows on two sides, one bath, washer/dryer, wood stove, new appliances and kitchen. Nice beams and T & G ceilings. Easy access to parking area, free bus and the recreational amenities. Nice upgrades and quality finishes. Call Cindy MacGray at (970)875-2442 or (970)846-0342 Prudential Steamboat Realty Remodeled 2 Bedroom Close to Ski Area Offered at $249,000 #125356 Nicest unit at Shadow Run and best price! Gondola views from both bedrooms and the living room. Upgrades include new kitchen cabinets, counters and tile backsplash, new flooring, paint, and more. Enjoy the outdoor pool and hot tubs, and the convenience of living close to the slopes on the free city bus route. Owners are allowed to have pets. Short and long term rentals allowed. Call Stephanie Fairchild at (970)819-1131 or Cam Boyd at (970)846-8100 www.SteamboatAgent.com Prudential Steamboat Realty


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Views, Views, Views! Offered at $3,595,000, #122380 Possibly the best views of the mountain can be seen from this 5 bedroom/ 7 bath home. The master suite is on the main level with its own office and walk out to a private hot tub. A large family room, wine cellar, great storage and incredible craftsmanship can be found in this luxury home. Call for an appointment. Completion in August of ‘08. Call Marc Small at (970)879-8100 or (970)846-8815 www.ForSaleSteamboat.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

$499,900 MOVE IN READY! MLS#125821 Newly remodeled bathrooms and kitchen. Open and modern, privacy, views, 1/3 acre, master suite, three car garage. Tour: www.PropertyPanorama.com/67633

STEAMBOAT:River Place Home, 2 bed, 2.5 bath, 1 car garage. Great neighborhood, rec-guest house, access to Core Trail, river, bus and ski area. 879-2825

Ski Town Realty, Bruce Tormey, Realtor BruceT34@yahoo.com (970)846-8867

Downtown Steamboat OWNER FINANCING, $470,000, 2BD, 1BA home on huge .79 acre lot. Owner, Broker Call Roy Powell RE/MAX/STEAMBOAT 970-846-1661

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Live In / Live OUT! Offered at $995,000 #125347 Tucked away on a private drive and surrounded by an aspen grove, this lovely 3 bedroom home on 3 levels has recent upgrades. Enjoy solid cherry custom wood cabinetry, travertine marble countertops, hand-set tile backsplash in the kitchen and large picture windows in the living room. This property is topped with quality finishes, infinite views, a quiet neighborhood with no through-traffic and large adjoining parcels. Call Cam Boyd at (970)879-8100 ext. 416 or (970)846-8100 www.SteamboatAgent.com Prudential Steamboat Realty FSBO:Own a piece of Routt County History. Updated 1730sqft 4BD, 2.5BA home on .3acres. 15 miles South of Steamboat on Highway 131. $235,000 846-8630 or 846-1558 Outstanding Hayden Home - Very well-kept home on a great lot with professional landscaping! 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and attached 2-car garage. Sunset views from the large wrap-around deck overlooking green belt. Extras include honeycomb blinds throughout, sprinkler system, pet access doors, concrete drive, brick retaining wall and huge walk-in closet in master. 1-year HSA (Home Security of America) Home Warranty is included. Offered at $290,000. Call Dutch Elting at 970-846-5569 dutch@dutchelting.com Price Reduced! New home, 2BA, 3BD, 2 Car garage on large lot! Gain instant equity! 980 E 9th, Craig. 970-629-5427

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FSBO, Steamboat, 2,500 Sq feet, 3 bd, 3ba+ loft office and gameroom. New carpet, new everything! Great Deal for the square footage. $419,000, 30K below market value (970)-819-8777 Value with Quality Offered at $765,500 #125109 Incredible value for the dollar - $206 per sq ft. Listed under year-end appraisal. Well thought out home. Like new condition, 4 bed, 4 bath, great open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, easy access to three car garage and mudroom off main floor, lots of cabinet space with soft-close on drawer, granite counter tops, walk-in-pantry, solid pine doors and trim, lower level activity room, two laundry areas, huge fenced backyard, large 30 x 12 deck off dining room, fabulous views of Flattops and open space. Easy access to walking trails. Call Cindy MacGray at (970)875-2442 or (970)846-0342 Prudential Steamboat Realty

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Luxury Home in the Sanctuary Offered at $3,979,000, #122392 This home overlooks the Sheraton Golf Course with amazing views of the mountain and valley. This 5 bedroom/ 7 bath including a 1 bed caretakers unit home & backs up to 38 acres of green space.The master suite has a private deck, fireplace and oversized his and her closets. A gourmet kitchen, covered deck and media room top off this amazing home. Call for an appointment. Call Marc Small at (970)879-8100 or (970)846-8815 www.ForSaleSteamboat.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

Family home on a great lot at the mountain, 1770 Meadow Ln. Three-plus bedrooms, two bath, family room, 1800sqft. One block to school bus and free city bus to ski area. Two blocks to large city park. Large deck gets full sun in winter, shady by dinner time in summers. Great place to raise children and pets. $550,000. 970-846-8650.

DOWNTOWN SPECIAL $369,000! 2BD, 1BA home plus 2nd unit 1BD, 1BA, Trees. Great location. Owner, Broker Call Roy Powell RE/MAX/STEAMBOAT (970)846-1661 FSBO:4BD, 3BA Home in Tree Haus, 2300 sqft, 2 car garage, permanent siding, new roof, granite countertops & new tile, Offered at $45,000 below May appraisal. $690,000. 970-879-6294

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LARGE FAMILY HOME 1.7 acres 4BD, 4BA two separate living units, decks, oversized garage. ONLY $540,000. Roy Powell REMAX/STEAMBOAT 846-1661

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Like New Home in Hayden Offered at $395,000 #125319 Very nice home in like-new condition, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, covered porch and large open trex deck. Views of the Hayden valley. Beautiful kitchen cabinets and lot of counter space, spacious open living room and dining room, direct access from garage to kitchen, storage space over garage and in crawl space under home, solid wood doors, high efficiency water system, close to neighborhood park and school bus pick-up nearby. Call Cindy MacGray at (970)875-2442 or (970)846-0342 Prudential Steamboat Realty

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$8000 TAX CREDIT Cash for buyers who haven’t owned in last 3 yrs. Must close by Dec.1,2009. Single family homes in Stmbt starting at $149,000. Call Lisa Olson or Beth Bishop at 970-875-0555 or see virtual tours & top deals at www.SteamboatBestBuys.com

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4BD, 1.75BA, 2300sf, new appliances, new carpet, horse corral, Hay shed, good water, great views! Mid $200’s. See web site for full description: http://ricks-place-online.net or call 970-629-5397

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Economical, wonderful, in town; beautiful mature grounds; minute’s walk to river, downtown. 2bd, 2ba home plus detached guesthouse. MLS 124942.www.steamboathomeforsale.com. 970-734-7113.

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Overlook Drive Oasis Offered at $2,175,000, #122522 This 4 bedroom / 4 ½ bath home has panoramic views from the valley to downtown. The house overlooks the Rollingstone Golf Course (formerly the Sheraton) and comes with a transferable golf membership. Easy living with a main floor master and his & her walk in closets. Eat-in country kitchen has a sitting area and fireplace. Three bedrooms on the lower level have access to a covered deck and large family room with wet bar. Great storage, 1000+ square feet of unfinished space, fenced in dog yard, water features, and a spacious office with a private bath complete this special home. Call Marc Small at (970)879-8100 or (970)846-8815 www.ForSaleSteamboat.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

Brand new Custom Home 3 BD, 2.5 BA, 2 car garage, 2500 sq ft. OPEN HOUSE Sunday June 14th 1-4 pm, 38835 Main St, Milner. MLS#123639 Call 970-846-8949

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$163.00 PER SQFT! SilverSpur 4BD, 3.5BA home. LOWEST PRICE - SQFT ON THE MARKET. Immaculate, 4600+ sqft custom finishes. Call Roy Powell at RE/MAX STEAMBOAT (970) 846-1661. $755,000. 4 + bedroom old town home, big fenced yard, & furnished. $790,000 Call for appointment. (970)871-6898 4BD, 3BA in Beautiful Stagecouch area, with 9x15 swim spa. Lease to own option by owner. $600,000 Please Call 736-8396


CLASSIFIEDS Picket Fence & Amazing Views! Offered at $549,000 #125431 This large cottage style 3 bedroom, 3 bath home sits on one of the nicest lots in West End Village. It offers gracious open living with almost 2000 square feet...the perfect sized home! All of the extra large bedrooms have bathrooms and great views. Laundry is on top floor near bedrooms. Overlooking the valley this super cute home offers value, space and privacy! Call The Hibbard Team at (970)846-8247 or (970)846-8536 www.steamboatliving.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

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Move-in Ready, 3BD, 2BA, 1-car home located within walking distance of downtown Steamboat. Master bath with Whirpool tub and double sink vanity, gas-fireplace 2-decks, extra parking, corner lot, mature landscaping, sprinkler system, on bus-route, bike-path, great views! Pioneer Village $430,000 Directions: HWY-40, 1/2 mile west of 13th St, Across from new Community Center, Rt on Conestoga Circle top of hill, brown house on left, 1467 (970)871-4880 (970)819-0347

MOUNTAIN TOP HOME Saturday & Sunday 2 to 5, 39100 RCR 50, $995,000, 1 mile west of Milner on HWY 40, 38 Acres, 3000 SqFt. Lowest price custom home with acreage on market! Don Kotowski Rocky Mountain Real Estate 846-8081 or 879-1212 MOUNTAIN CONTEMPORARY TOWN HOME ON THE MOUNTAIN- New Construction 4 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, high-end finishes in a private setting next to creek and waterfalls.2330 VAL D’ISERE: E on Walton Creek, R on Apres Ski Way, L on Val D’Isere. Sat:12-4pm Robert Yazbeck, Coldwell Banker Silver Oak (970)846-7685

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FSBO, exceptionally nice, updated home, 1860 sq ft, 4 BD, 2 BA. All new windows, new kitchen, family room, A/C, 2 car garage, Large, fenced yard, sprinkler system, two storage sheds. Spacious decks. 1281 Crest Drive, Craig. $244,900 Brokers welcome = 3% 970-824-6804, 970-629-8739

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FEATURED LISTING - 3BR, 2BA, North Routt. Privacy on .93ac. $435,000.00 MLS 125641. I list and sell properties for a low set fee saving my clients thousands$$$., Call Harley, 970-846-6355, H e l p - U - S e l l www.husalpineproperties.com

Back on the Market with a $20,000 price reduction! Offered at $759,000 #125547 Immaculate Single Family Home offering the ultimate location close to Whistler Park, minutes from the Ski Area, and easy access to the Core Trail. Interior offers a great open floor plan with vaulted T&G wood ceilings. Home is warm and charming with luxury appointments that include new appliances, hickory cabinetry, slate flooring, slate shower surrounds, and beautifully landscaped yard. Filled with brand new mountain furnishings and accessories. Offered turn-key. Truly a MUST SEE residence. Call Kim Kreissig at (970)870-7872 or (970)846-4250 Prudential Steamboat Realty Steamboat County, 12 miles on 20-Mile Rd. Large 2+ bd, 1 ba, WD. On school bus route. Pets Neg. NS. $1250 + Dep. 879-2868. LOG HOME & CABIN PACKAGE - 1757sqft $60,900.00; 615sqft - $31,900. Many other models available. 719-686-0404 or visit www.highcountryloghomes.NET NEW HOME Energy Efficient 3bdrm, 2bath, 2 car garage. Good time to buy with a price to sell! 275 Bilsing St. Craig 970-629-5427 or westernslopefsbo.com Paonia Retirement - Clark Homestead offers energy conscious homes for elegant living, two bedroom units, with oversized garage. www.clarkhomesteadpaonia.com Perfect Home for the First Time Buyer Offered at $317,000 #125010 Cute home in Oak Creek. Wood floors, updated bathrooms and beautiful personal touches throughout the home. Garden areas and storage shed outside. This home is in great condition and one of the nicest area! Call The Hibbard Team at (970)846-8247 or (970)846-8536 www.steamboatliving.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

HELP-U-SELL! TIMBERS VILLAGE CUSTOM HOME. 5BED, 3BATH, 2 CAR GARAGE CUSTOM FINISHES, COUNTRY BUT CLOSE TO TOWN, NATIONAL FOREST ACCESS. ONLY $729,000 DWIGHT 9 7 0 - 8 4 6 - 9 9 7 0 WWW.HUSALPINEPROPERTIES.COM

Dream Island 3BD, 1BA, completely remodeled, new cabinets, appliances, carpet, storm windows, roof, wood trim, 12x16’ storage shed. 100% financing to qualified buyers. $37,500 Don Kotowski Rocky Mountain Real estate 846-8081 or 846-7522

NATIONAL FOREST ACCESS. 5.2 acres. Hahn’s Peak views. $219,000! Another excellent buy! Roy Powell RE/MAX STEAMBOAT (970)846-1661 New Listing! 125 acres, NF boundary, aspens, meadows, fantastic Steamboat Lake views. $1,295,000. Christy Belton, Prudential Steamboat Realty. 970-734-7885-cell

HELP-U-SELL! BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED WEST END TOWNHOME. 2BED, 2BATH, CLEAN AND COMFORTABLE ONLY $265,000 (DEED RESTRICTED) DWIGHT 9 7 0 - 8 4 6 - 9 9 7 0 WWW.HUSALPINEPROPERTIES.COM

New Price on this Fabulous Home w/Caretaker unit Offered at $849,000 #124387 “This home sits on a large lot in one of Fishcreek Falls finest subdivisions, Margarite Ridge. Enjoy all that this single family home has to offer with beautiful back yard, large open living area and great views. There are four large bedrooms and three and half baths with the master suite resting on its own level. The caretaker unit is a large one bedroom with kitchenette, full bath and its own entrance. Truly a remarkable home. Priced to sell. Call Cheryl Foote at (970)846-6444 www.SteamboatMountainProperties.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

STEAMBOAT:2BR, 1BA Riverside Duplex unit, New roof, carpet, paint. Nice yard, No HOA This home qualifies for a USDA Rural Direct Loan with possible interest rate to 1%. $265,000. (970)879-2025

Reasonable Remodeling! Hand textured walls, Improve your home to sell. Call PDC Construction 30 years experience. 970-736-0890 or 970-846-1525

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FSBO, Steamboat, 2,500 Sq feet, 3 bd, 3ba+ loft office and gameroom. New carpet, new everything! Great Deal for the square footage. $419,000, 30K below market value (970)-819-8777

Huge $124,000 Price Reduction! Offered at $1,175,000. #124825. Great opportunity for 3500+ sq ft, 4 bed, 3.5 bath on quiet location. Open floor plan with lots of sunlight and spacious bedrooms. Quality finishes and incredible amounts of storage. Like new condition. Views of the ski area and Flattops. Just minutes from the gondola. Call Cindy MacGray at (970)875-2442 or (970)846-0342 Prudential Steamboat Realty

RENT TO OWN! Willow Hill MH Park, Oak Creek! Remodeled 1400 sq.ft., 4 Bedroom doublewide $950 month. 875-0700. Beautiful fenced yard! Sleepy Bear #36 Reduced to $24,000 Owner Finance with Down Payment. Call 734-6208 West Acres 2bd, 1ba, updated and clean! Tile, laminate floors, new furnace, wood stove, 2 sheds, all appliances incl WD, large deck, fenced yard! $38,500 819-0929 or 819-4377 2BR mobile with all appliances & plenty of storage in Milner MHP. $40,000. Joyce Hartless 291-9289. Colorado Group Realty. DiscountModularHomes.com 866-828-0200

Expansive Ski Area Views Offered at $745,000 #125398 Fantastic price for premier lot with jaw-dropping views of the Steamboat Ski Area and Flat Tops. Upscale neighborhood, expansive views and a flat building site with aspens and scrub oak. Build your luxury dream home on this perfect and private .68 acre lot. Best lot on the market at this price. Call Colleen de Jong at ( 9 7 0 ) 8 4 6 - 5 5 6 9 Colleen@PrudentialSteamboatRealty.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

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2 lots with permit ready plans for unique 4000sqft homes. $995,000 Owner 619-977-6606 Cheap Building site Phippsburg $52,500 with Tap fees Paid. Call Troy Brookshire Colorado Group Realty 846-2356 Magnificent Large Lot on Ridge Road Offered at $750,000 #124724 1.3 Acre on the Mountain with views of Mountain and Valley. Water, sewer, electric, gas, phone and driveway to lot. Call Marc Small at (970)879-8100 or (970)846-8815 www.ForSaleSteamboat.com Prudential Steamboat Reality

40 ACRES East North CRAIG $100,000, Owner finance 6.5% with $5000 down, $673.95 mo, elec and roads, 970-640-8723

Ski Area and Trout Creek Views! Secluded 40 acres. Great value 10 miles from town. $339,000. Roy Powell RE/MAX/STEAMBOAT (970)846-1661

ASPEN TREE COVERED site on cul-de-sac. 1/2 acre, ALL UTILITIES TO LOT. $98,000 Call Roy Powell RE/MAX/STEAMBOAT (970) 846-1661

Stagecoach 3BD, 2.5BA, garage, 2300 sqft, stream in back, Beautiful Views. $419,000. Call 970-846-1525 Walk to the Slopes! Offered at $1,190,000 #123431. Excellent location and ski area views from this single-family home in desirable Landings neighborhood located just two blocks from the Gondola. Gorgeously decorated five bedroom, four bath home featuring vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, wood-burning fireplace and 2 spacious decks with outstanding views. The HOA takes care of the exterior maintenance so you can enjoy life! Call Colleen de Jong at (970)846-5569 Colleen @ PrudentialSteamboatRealty.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

40 acres with older motorhome in 64x40’ barn 2 miles east of Craig. $325,000. Owner financing with $15,000 down at 6.5% interest at $1,959.41 monthly. Leveled building site, teriffic views. Waterwell, electricity, phone, septic, one reservoir, one spring. 970-640-8723.

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CRAIG MIGRATION ACRES:35 Acres with Well, $120,000, 38.6 Acres $100,000, 39.8 Acres with Well $110,000, $5,000 Down 7% interest, OWC, 824.4256

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Townhome in Hayden. Offered at $165,000 #124225. No HOA Fees!!! 2 Bedrooms, 1.5 Bathrooms with big fenced in back yard for family dog, overzised 1-car garage. Great location! Call Billie Vreeman at (970)620-0655 Prudential Steamboat Realty STEAMBOAT:NEWEST TOWNHOME, 2br, 2ba 1152 sqft Westend Village, great finishes, sunny end unit. FSBO Brokers welcome $289,000 coreykopischke.com/house 846-2141

Chateau at Bear Creek Back on the Market! WOW! Was $1,100,000 NOW $899,000! Beautifully remodeled 5 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath townhome located on a pond and a short distance to the base of the ski area. Enjoy exceptional views of Mount Werner from your large wrap around deck. Like new with high-end finishes throughout including granite slab counters, stainless steel appliances, natural stone and travertine bathrooms, wet bar with wine fridge and copper sink... New carpet, paint... the works!! Southern exposure provides excellent light throughout the home. Beautifully landscaped yard with mature garden. Priced to sell!! Call Kim Kreissig at (970)870-7872 or (970)846-4250 Prudential Steamboat Realty

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Steamboat Lake. Priced to sell FAST @ $65,000 OBO. Great Views & location, ALL utilities Brokers welcome. Call 970-846-4742

Cheapest lot in SS city limits, 1.89 acres, Zoned Residential, Subdivision Potential. JV-Subordinate-Trade $189,000, Ron Wendler CGR 875-2914 STAGECOACH: Rock Point Trail, ready to build, no assessments, W-S taps paid, soils test, plans, utilities. $190,000. Call 638-4496

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CONTINENTAL DIVIDE VIEWS!!! Aspen Tree Covered, Ready to build. Steamboat Lake. $125,000 OR TRADE! Call Roy Powell RE/MAX/STEAMBOAT 970-846-1661 Heavenly View Offered at $795,000 #125493 You will absolutely fall in love with this exceptional homesite that has superb views and includes an active Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club membership. This 1.65 acre parcel within the exclusive Sanctuary subdivision is the perfect retreat for anyone with discerning tastes and a love of the great wide open. With a wonderful central location to town, shopping, dining, skiing and other activities you can save your driving for the fairways! Call Cam Boyd at (970)846-8100 or Pam Vanatta at (970)291-8100 www.SteamboatAgent.com or www.SteamboatEstates.com Prudential Steamboat Realty

Strawberry Park Paradise Offered at $799,000 #125397 This premier Strawberry Park location is just minutes from downtown, a half mile from natural hot springs and adjoins National Forest for endless beauty. This property has multiple building sites to choose from and would be a prime hunting property or quiet retreat. The cozy cabin is true “green living” with solar power, gravity fed spring water and a wood burning stove. Outbuildings include a hay barn, tack shed & horse shelter. Call Cam Boyd at (970)879-8100 ext. 416 or (970)846-8100 www.SteamboatAgent.com Prudential Steamboat Realty Affordable Building site Phippsburg $57,500 with Tap fees Paid. Call Troy Brookshire Colorado Group Realty 846-2356 3 Old Town Lots in Steamboat Springs Flat, easy build, fenced with views of Sleeping Giant. $300,000 970-826-0307


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STEAMBOAT TODAY

Steamboat Today June 13, 2009  

Routt County daily newspaper

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