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By MATT STENSLAND Steamboat Today
Steamboat Springs — Lisa Marie Lesyshen confessed Thursday to killing her 9-year-old son before unsuccessfully trying to take her own life early Wednesday morning, according to documents filed in Routt County Court. The information was contained in a court order for a sample of Lesyshen’s blood that will be used to collect DNA. The court order also states Lesyshen bought .22-caliber ammunition at a Steamboat Springs gun shop the day before the shooting at her Stagecoach home. According to Routt County Sheriff Garrett Wiggins, two deputies have been taking turns guarding Lesyshen at a Denver hospital. Wiggins said her breathing tube was taken out Thursday, and she is able to talk. Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Kurtis Luster interviewed Lesyshen at Denver Health Medical Center. According to the court order, Lesyshen admitted to shooting herself and her only child, Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan. She also said she knew Asher was dead. Wiggins said Lesyshen’s mother was with her at the hospital and that Lesyshen had asked for an attorney. A search warrant for the Stagecoach home where the Wednesday shootings took place provided additional details about what investigators think transpired. Lesyshen and her husband, Michael Kirlan, were in the process of separating, according to the search warrant. Routt County Court records do not show any active divorce proceedings involving the couple. According to the warrant,
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A group of Northwest Colorado firefighters gather at Loudy-Simpson Park in Craig on Thursday to prepare for the upcoming wildfire season. Assistant Engine Capt. Ariel Fick shows trainee Chris Young how to operate the nozzle on a fire hose. The goal is to mimic various situations they might find themselves in while fighting wildfires. The firefighters are from Craig, Meeker, the Bureau of Land Management, Dinosaur National Monument and Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge.
EAGLE-Net not flying with residents By ANDIE TESSLER Daily Press writer
Craig — Moffat County Commissioners sent a letter to Colorado lawmakers Tuesday, expressing concern about a high-speed broadband service that was slated to run through the city of Craig and Moffat County. The promised service has not yet been provided and the commissioners are concerned. Moffat County was supposed to have the broadband service last July.
It all started last April, when EAGLE-Net Alliance announced the official kickoff of a massive undertaking designed to bring affordable high-speed broadband Internet service to rural and low-income communities throughout Colorado — including Moffat County — focusing on schools. The 4,600-mile network was financed by a $100.6 million Broadband Technology Opportunities Program infrastructure grant — the fifth largest of its kind in the country — and more than $30 million
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in matching funds and services from public and private entities across the state. The original project plan aimed to connect 230 institutions representing more than 685,000 students at speeds from 10Mbps to 1Gbps. One year later, less than half of the network is complete, the grant money is nearly depleted and politicians and citizens alike are clamoring about the federally funded EAGLE-Net’s decision to privatize part of its operation. Some think that the deci-
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Elk River Bridge detour internet: Suspension lifted despite opposition to last through autumn According to a CDOT news release, crews will work on the project from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Mohr said motorists should not experience delays of more than 10 minutes as traffic slows for the detour. “The speed limit there is 65 miles per hour and we typically drop speed limits by 20 miles an hour for a detour like that,” Mohr said. “But we’ll watch it and see if it needs to be slower. We want to make sure people are safe and aren’t flying through the detour.” CDOT was expecting to divert traffic onto the temporary bridge as soon as Tuesday. However, Lyn Halliday, who is serving as the public information officer on the project, told Steamboat Today on Wednesday that the traffic detour will be delayed until later in the week in order to install another layer of asphalt and stripe the lanes. According to CDOT, the new bridge will result in safety improvements including increased shoulder widths, improved sight distances, better roadway alignment, more room for snow storage and improved hydraulics in the river to help the bridge withstand future flooding.
By TOM ROSS Steamboat today
Steamboat Springs — People commuting to work between Steamboat Springs and Craig or Hayden, as well as those catching a flight at Yampa Valley Regional Airport this summer, might want to add another 10 minutes to their schedules. The Colorado Department of Transportation and Duckels Construction are within a few days of detouring traffic on U.S. Highway 40 at the bridge over the east fork of the Elk River about seven miles west of Steamboat onto a temporary bridge. It’s expected the temporary bridge will be in use all summer and most of the fall during construction of a new bridge. Duckels is in the midst of a $3.1 million project to replace the existing bridge over the river. That bridge originally was built in 1958 and now is deemed functionally obsolete, in part because it does not have sufficient shoulders. The demolition of the old bridge and construction of the new bridge is expected to last into November, CDOT spokeswoman Ashley Mohr said Wednesday.
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EAGLE-Net announced its plan to privatize. NTIA estimates it will need to raise $10 million to $15 million in private financing and the selected third party network operator will pay $8 million in upfront capital in order to successfully move forward. It’s unclear whether or not the third party payment is included in the total financing projection. The plan is facing strong pushback from state and local government concerned about how the plan to privatize will impact rural communities that have insufficient market support and resources to sustain a private operator. “It’s probably not going to be a good thing for the rural parts of the state,” said Bayfield Mayor Rick Smith, who served for a year and a half on the EAGLE-Net board of directors. “Private companies are here to make money. They’re not here to be gifting.” Moffat County Commissioners Chuck Grobe, John Kincaid and Tom Mathers were not shy expressing their displeasure in a letter to Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and
Mark Udall. The letter demanded accounting for the missing $25 million dollars, the immediate halt of any transfer of operational control without the approval of the rural Colorado communities impacted by the EAGLE-Net project and the creation of an oversight board to supervise and control all EAGLE-net actions. It also called for the end of fund usage in areas that already have service, such as the Interstate 25 corridor and San Luis Valley, and a requirement that any ENA money be destined specifically and verifiably for unserved and underserved rural communities. “In order to ensure Colorado has future opportunity and continued access to federal funds for infrastructure projects, ENA must meet its programmatic objectives,” they said. “Creating a federally funded private market competitor is contrary to program objectives.” EAGLE-Net expects to choose a third-party network operator by late July. Andie Tessler can be reached at 970-875-1793 or atessler@ CraigDailyPress.com.
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Community remembers charming, fun boy By SCOTT FRANZ steamboat today
steamboat springs — Carson Hooker said he last saw his friend Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan at school Tuesday acting the way he always will be remembered: happy and crazy and fun. “If he was still alive, you would be his friend,” Carson, 9, said We d n e s d a y over the phone. “He’s a very Lesyshen-Kirlan good person. And he is very awesome and funny, and a lot of people do really like him.” Carson talked for more than five minutes before he needed to pause and take a breath as
he revealed all the things he liked about one of his best friends and third-grade classmate at Soda Creek Elementary School. “Even if you were being a little bit mean to him, he’d still be nice,” the boy said. When Carson went over to Asher’s house, he said his friend wouldn’t play with the box of toys he had. He would rather use his imagination. On the playground, Asher constantly danced. His favorite color was purple. He had a “really funny way of being funny,” often making jokes that already had been made but with a new, personal spin. Asher didn’t like playing video games. He liked playing outside. On Tuesday, the day before his
death, Asher was testing out some new magic tricks on his classmates. Carson was nervous about the result at first, but Asher earned his trust. “He could probably grow up to be a magician,” Carson said. Carson, who met Asher on a soccer field four years ago, said his friend never let anyone down. Carson’s dad, Grice Hooker, said Asher was “an intense handful of a kid,” a super intelligent kid. As a father, he said, he now faces the tough task of talking with his child about his friend’s tragic death. He said he let Carson call the Steamboat Today to talk about Asher as part of the healing process. “I didn’t go through this when I was 9,” Hooker said. “Carson is
so touched by this whole thing.” A crisis management team met with parents and students at Steamboat schools Wednesday in the wake of Asher’s death, which is being investigated as a homicide. Routt County Sheriff’s Office officials said Asher’s mom, Lisa Marie Lesyshen, on Thursday confessed to shooting him early Wednesday morning before trying to kill herself.
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When Bill Montag closed his eyes Wednesday at his home in Hayden, he still could see Asher singing songs and showing off with his friends on a chairlift gliding up Mount Werner. The boy was one of 11 kids See asher on page 4
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Kirlan called 911 shortly before 3 a.m. and reported his son, Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan, had been shot but still was breathing. Kirlan then told 911 operators his wife was upstairs, and he could hear her. “Lisa Lesyshen was telling him to come and kill her,” the warrant states. Kirlan also told operators that he did not feel safe because he thought his wife still had a gun. Oak Creek police and depu-
ties arrived to find Asher dead just inside the main door to the house. He had been shot multiple times. Kirlan had moved Asher to the living room from Asher’s bedroom, where he had been shot, according to the warrant. Lesyshen was found slumped beside the bed in the master bedroom on the upper level of the home at 23935 Arapahoe Road overlooking Stagecoach Reservoir. Lesyshen, who had a single gunshot wound, was taken to Yampa Valley Medical Center.
Investigators found three shell casings where she had been laying. Investigators also found a small, short-barreled revolver on the bed underneath the sheets, according to the warrant. On Thursday, investigators from the Sheriff’s Office and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation were finishing processing evidence at the home. Wiggins said his office had not started preparing an arrest warrant for Lesyshen. “I just want to make sure our
probable cause is solid (for an arrest),” Wiggins said. If the Sheriff’s Office takes Lesyshen into custody while she is receiving medical treatment, Wiggins confirmed the county could be obligated to pay her medical bills. “That’s a consideration, obviously,” Wiggins said. An autopsy on Asher was performed Wednesday afternoon. The forensic examiner’s initial cause of death was multiple gunshot wounds.
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Asher: He was eager to please
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Montag, an Alpine ski coach for the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, taught this winter. Together, the kids were labeled the “wild bunch” because they “had way too much fun.” “He was always a little spark plug,” Montag said about Asher. “You had about 20 seconds to give him instructions of what to do, and he’d be off. He always wanted to get the biggest air. He always wanted to go on the fastest run. He was always an energy guy. He was fantastic.” Montag recalled a time this winter when the “wild bunch” took the lifts up early in the morning to the top of Thunderhead. The kids were encouraged to ski as fast as they could down Vagabond, sometimes reaching speeds of 30 to 40 mph. But Asher had a different plan. “He’d zoom right past me,” Montag said. “Then he decides to go back up into the woods and back down. On one run, he got stuck in the trees. I thought it was going to be a disaster. But when I found him, he just sat there with that grin of his, and he says, ‘I’m fine.’” Montag and others in the community were shocked by the
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news of the young boy’s death Wednesday. He was cute. He was charming. He was talented. “I know he loved sports and skiing, and he was just trying to get better at everything he tried,” Julie Ransom-Keyek said about the boy who recently befriended her son at Soda Creek Elementary School. Just last week, RansomKeyek’s son Nik went to the Bear River Skate Park with Asher to skateboard. They planned to continue skating together this summer. “My family adored him,” Ransom-Keyek said. Asher was best friends with his classmate Oliver Cardillo. They were “brothers in all ways but biological,” according to Oliver’s father, John Cardillo. “Asher was a 9-year-old boy who loved doing all the things Steamboat kids love to do ... skiing, jumping, swimming, rafting, biking, skateboarding and hanging out with his dad in the woods,” Cardillo wrote in an email. “He had so many friends ... he was eager to please and ready to love ... he will be missed by so many people especially by his dad and little friends.”
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Craig — The gathering was bittersweet Thursday evening at Rehabilitation Services of Craig, as friends and family gathered to commemorate the end of an era. After almost 20 years of serving the community, founders Valerie and Jeff Pleasant are leaving. Jeff Pleasant opened the clinic in 1994 alongside partner Mark Anderson, president of Mountain Land Rehabilitation. “I’m originally from here,” Jeff Pleasant said. “I knew I just wanted to come back here and start a business. It’s been terrific; it’s nice coming home.” Not long after, a third partner joined the team and changed far more than just the clinic. “Jeff and I started the business but Val had FunctionWorks,” Anderson said. “So we brought her in to build the business and along the way Jeff found his partner in life.” Things were rocky at the beginning, as with most small businesses, but the Pleasants never doubted that their venture
would be successful. “At the time we had no competition,” Jeff said with a chuckle. “It was just us and the hospital.” “It’s been just a wonderful journey,” Valerie Pleasant said, as her eyes began to tear up. “All the people who have just kept coming back. There’s a lot of loyalty. You don’t get that in many workplaces where people share their lives, as well as their work.” The clinic will be taken over by Anderson and Mountain Land Rehabilitation, but Jeff Pleasant plans to stay on a while to help make a smooth transition. Valerie Pleasant will be the director of physical therapy rehabilitation in Grand Junction. “It’s just a good time in our lives to start something new, and the kids are at a good age for it,” Valerie Pleasant said. “But we’re excited to start a new adventure together.” “I’ll miss home. We’ll all miss home, but I think the future will be good too,” Jeff Pleasant andie tessler/daily press added. “We’re not going too far away. We’ll always be involved Friends and family of Valerie and Jeff Pleasant gathered inside Rehabilitation Services of Craig to bid farewell to the couple as they end their 19 years at the clinic they helped found. in this community.”
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Each year, the optimistic, abundant personality of spring reminds me of a friend of mine who had those same traits. Ernie shambled into my classroom — gleeful smile, low-flapping ears, bulgy nose and blue eyes bleached from years Janet Sheridan at sea — and handed me the construction paper I ordered from the supply room. “My, my, my, aren’t you the busy one,” he said. Although his droll manner amused me, I refused to be diverted and managed to catch him this time as he slid a box of multi-sized, multi-hued rubber bands onto my desk with the paper. “Ernie, that’s the third box of rubber bands you’ve brought me this month. I don’t need them. I never use them,” I said. “Well then, Missy,” he said, grabbing the three packets of paper and clutching them to his chest. “You shan’t have these either!” Many years before, the previous head custodian at Grace Bordewich School had purchased two cases of rubber bands, an item teachers rarely request. Boxes of the aging bands littered the storage room
in untidy stacks, offending the sense of order Ernie had developed during his career in the navy. So he decided to share them. No matter what a staff member ordered — penmanship paper, a box of staples or two black Magic Markers — Ernie punctually delivered the requested supplies along with a bonus box of assorted rubber bands. His scheme was matched, however, by the school librarian, Mary, who baked a lavishly frosted chocolate cake for Ernie’s birthday and invited the staff to come to the library after school to share it with him. Ernie praised the beauty of the cake, predicted its deliciousness, then seized the knife Mary offered, and cut — attempted to cut — the first piece. It was tough going, because with each swipe of the knife, the rubber bands Mary had stirred into the batter sproinged snapped and flew apart. Whenever Ernie laughed, he did so with his entire body, a knee-slapping, unrestrained, booming cackle that invited others to join the party of life and laughter he hosted for everybody, every minute of every day. Bedlam broke out. Eventually Ernie, still stifling guffaws, carried the cake away to show others. The next morning, Mary found a note from Ernie on her desk, explaining that his mom had taught him to never
return an empty dish. Her cake pan sat next to it, filled with rubber bands of various hues and sizes, many broken, all covered with crumbs. A few years later, I went through a divorce and discovered another side of Ernie: I sat in my sunlit kitchen, tears dripping from my chin, telling him about my hurt, self-doubt, anger and fear as I faced life alone. He listened quietly, shook his head and made no attempt to reassure me or tell me what to do. He didn’t talk about his divorce, didn’t offer to keep my car running and didn’t suggest I work my way into the singles scene or get a new hairdo. Instead, he looked at me with concern and affection and murmured, “Oh, Janet. Oh my. Oh, Janet.” He understood that I needed a listener, not an adviser. Although I didn’t know it at the time, I had only a few years left to benefit from Ernie’s friendship. Too soon, I sat in a drab hospital room with Mary, now a nurse, and watched our friend drift in and out of sleep. We talked quietly of his life, watched his gnarled hands crawl the bed covers and listened to the shudders of his breath. We knew the day was approaching when we would join his family to drop flowers into his beloved Yuba River, which flowed through the Sierra Nevadas as deeply and surely as Ernie’s friendship flowed through our lives.
They say all is fair in love and war (I’m skeptical), but that doesn’t mean war and love have much in common. When it comes to love, both parties need to be in on it. In war, all it takes is one to tango. Sure, if the non-belligerent party doesn’t want to fight, it can try to talk, or cut a deal, or even surrender. But it’s up to the guys willJonah Goldberg ing to kill to decide how things will proceed. This is particularly relevant when two parties are at war and one side wants to stop. As legendary Marine Gen. James Mattis has said, “No war is over until the enemy says it’s over. We may think it over, we may declare it over, but in fact, the enemy gets a vote.” That line came immediately to mind last week when President Barack Obama declared that history tells us the war on terrorism must end. As an objective statement of fact, that is of course true. The war on terrorism must end. So must all life on this planet. But saying so doesn’t make it so. An apt comparison might be the long struggle between Islam and the Byzantine Empire, which began in the seventh century, in Muhammad’s lifetime. I have no doubt that Emperor Constantine XI Palaiologos would have loved for that war to have ended a few centuries before he died in battle in 1453 defending Christian Constantinople. When he died, the Roman Empire died with him. President Obama says, “We must define the nature and scope of this struggle, or else it will define us.” There’s some wisdom there. I never much liked the word “terrorism” because terrorism is a technique, not a worldview. But finding more palatable terms for this war will no more end it. After five years of using methods he now condemns, the president says the global war on terrorism is in effect over and what must replace it is a planet-wide battle on terrorist networks. That’s an interesting distinction. As military analyst Bing West writes, “English translation: The war on Islamic terrorists is not boundless, but it does encircle the globe.” A lot remains unknown about what Obama actually intends to do. He is very fond, at least rhetorically, of treating terrorism as a law-enforcement issue. If we aren’t attacked for a while, his new approach will seem wise. If we are attacked, it will seem like folly. And that’s basically the point. We know that there are plenty of Islamists eager to murder Westerners. And so the success or failure of Obama’s grand strategic vision depends entirely on what our enemies do next. That’s because they get a vote, and they vote “nay.”
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Zachery Craig, 8, joins dozens of kids Wednesday evening at the Little Rascals fishing hole behind the Moffat County Safety Center for the Kids, Cops and Vets Fishing Day. Those who caught the biggest fish were awarded prizes such as tackle boxes donated by Moffat County officers.
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Memorial services A memorial service for Deborah Walker, of Slater, will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Riverbend Campground in Slater. Walter Lewis Bohrer passed away May 23, 2013. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Apostolic Lighthouse Church, 3107 W. First St. Memorial donations may be made to the Apostolic Lighthouse Church in care of Grant Mortuary. Anthony R. Grajeda, of Craig, died Tuesday at his home. A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Michael Catholic Church. Interment will follow in the Craig Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Monday at the church. Connection barbecue — 4 to 7 p.m., Loudy-Simpson Park For all current GOAL students as well as those who have completed the application for the 2013-14 school year. Activities and fun for all ages. 970-701-1418.
■ “Impacts of Obamacare on Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation” — Center of Craig, 7 p.m. Presented by John Pearson of Pearson Physiotherapy Specialists; sponsored by Bears Ears Tea Party.
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Something greater than individuality By KAREN GIBSON for the craig daily press
What a whirlwind of activity the city of Craig offered this past weekend. It has been like Craig welcoming the world. Lawns were mowed, the beautiful landscaped corner on Victory Way was vibrant, streets were cleaned and the American flags were flying high along the roadways. The Grand Olde West Days, a carnival, a parade, a street fair and all of the amazing activities provided endless hours of fun, entertainment and opportunities to visit with neighbors, friends and family. The four-day weekend was a lot of fun, but it was also an opportunity to celebrate our rich heritage because of the
Churches initiate ways to make improvements, to look out for one another, providing justice and, as someone once told me, coming to church makes me a better person. hard work of many people. However, Memorial Day is the reason all of the above activities first originated. The commitment of the veterans who continue to honor our lost and deceased veterans through Memorial Day services is very important. And the activities during the past week that created lifelong memories include the baccalaureate and high school graduation ceremonies. I would
just like to say the Ministerial Alliance appreciates the way the faith community showed their support for the Moffat County High School seniors and the baccalaureate service. The faith community may not realize the impact is makes in Craig, so let me take a moment to remind you of the importance you play when we come together. In some churches, just two weeks ago, we celebrated Pentecost Sunday, which is the beginning, we say, of the Christian church. “When the day of Pentecost had come, they were all together in one place. And suddenly from heaven there came a sound like the rush of a violent wind, and it filled the entire house where they were
sitting. Divided tongues, as of fire, appeared among them, and a tongue rested on each of them. All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other languages, as the Spirit gave them ability,” Acts 2: 1-3. The Holy Spirit was given to all of the disciples of Jesus Christ on that day. I always get excited when I think about the early Christian church beginning and how they all worked together helping one another and sharing everything they owned. Working together for a common goal — for the common good — but the true goal was spreading the good news about Jesus Christ who had made a way for them to receive the gift of salvation. This is the same goal the
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We have just celebrated Memorial Day, honoring the men and women who served our nation, and other nations, by defending the freedoms given to us by God. Some sacrificed their lives in their youth; others survived with many forms of disabilities, both physical and emotional. With gratitude to them for their service not only to our nation, but to the enslaved of other nations, we thank God also. Many people do not know that we still have military presence in over 130 nations, not to keep them in subjection, but to help protect them from tyranny. In some instances, we have become “Meals on Wheels” such as happened in the Roman Empire. In others nations we have helped them fight tribal battles, trying in vain to establish governments which allow freedom of conscience in matters of religion. Meanwhile, we are dismayed to see our own freedom of choice in many areas being taken from us by our own government! Since God is the Author of our freedom of soul through Jesus Christ, we rely upon the fact that no man, no government official - however high in self-assigned power- can take that freedom from us. “If you continue in my Word” Jesus said (even while living under the tyranny of Rome) “then you are my disciples indeed; and you will know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” – John 8:31-32. Do you desire the true freedom of your very soul? Then continue in Jesus’ words! The Gospel of John is a good place to start reading and believing. “If the Son therefore shall make you free, you shall be free indeed!” Jesus is the One who made the ultimate sacrifice – and then rose from the dead – so you can be truly free forever!
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church has today. Spreading the good news comes in many different approaches all creatively imagined by the Holy Spirit. From all of these approaches comes the result of making Craig a better place to live. Churches make a community a better place to live, whether it is setting a higher standard of behavior, helping those in need out or showing people a better way to live. Churches initiate ways to make improvements, to look out for one another, providing justice and, as someone once told me, coming to church makes me a better person. Churches protect our way of life just as our law enforcement agencies do. I am grateful to be part of such a great faith community. The People of Yampa Valley Baptist Church invite you to learn more about God’s Good News by attending the service Sunday morning at 11:00. The church is located at 3900 E. Victory Way, on the old highway, just past the Electric Company.
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♦ CRAIG ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor Dave Ross 1150 E. Ninth St. (From U.S. Highway 40, north on Colorado, east on Ninth) Sunday school at 9 a.m., Sunday worship at 10 a.m., age-appropriate classes for ages 3-adult at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays
♦ ST. MICHAEL CATHOLIC CHURCH The Revs. James Fox and Geronimo Gonzalez 678 School St., 824-5330, nwtriparish.com Saturday Mass at 5:30 p.m., Sunday Mass at 9 a.m., Misa en Espanol cada Sabado 7:15 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Masses at 8:30 a.m., Thursday Mass at 6 p.m., bilingual Mass at 6:30 p.m. the first Saturday of every month
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Baptist General Conference ♦ THE JOURNEY AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Len Browning 1150 W. Ninth St., Craig, CO 824-5926 www.thejourneyatfb.org Celebration service at 9 and 10:30 a.m.; Ladies Bible study 9 a.m. Tuesdays AWANA 6:15 p.m. Wednesdays Senior Bible study 10 a..m. Thursdays Celebrate Recovery at 7 p.m. Friday.
Baptist Independent ♦ YAMPA VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Dale Potter 3900 E. Victory Way, 824-5424 Church school for all ages at 9:45 a.m. Sunday, worship at 11 a.m. Sunday, evening service at 6 p.m. Sunday, prayer and Bible study at 7 p.m. Wednesday
Baptist Southern ♦ CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor Neal Riley 1050 Yampa Ave., Craig, CO 81625, 824-5222 Web Site: www.calvarycraig.org Sunday: Sunday School for all ages: 9:30 a.m. Worship: 10:45 a.m. Children’s Church: 10:45 a.m. Wednesday: Adult Bible Study: 6 p.m. Thursday: El estudio Español de la Biblia: 7 p.m. Saturday: Servicio en Español: 7 p.m.
Christian ♦ CRAIG CHRISTIAN CHURCH Ministers: Traber Cass and Doug Field 960 W. Victory Way 824-6024 firstname.lastname@example.org www.craigchurch.org Sunday Celebration services at 9 a.m. Sunday morning classes for all at 10:30 a.m. ♦ NEW TESTAMENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH Minister: Corky Johnson Meets at 10 a.m. Sundays at the American Legion, 1055 County Road 7 Children's Church: age 3 - 7th grade
Church of Christ ♦ CHURCH OF CHRIST Minsiter Anton Frederickson 795 Green Street, 824-3176 Sunday Bible Class 10 a.m. Sunday Worship 11 a.m. Evening Service 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Class 7 p.m.
Church of God ♦ THE CHURCH OF GOD Pastor Gerald Cox Located at the Park, 680 Washington St. Morning Worship at 11 a.m., Evening Service at 6 p.m., Wednesday Lady’s Bible Study at 1 p.m. Call For Location
♦ RIDGEVIEW CHURCH OF GOD Pastor Tim Douglas 690 Riford Road 824-9619 Sunday school at 9:15 a.m., worship at 10:30 a.m. at Sunday, evening service at 6 p.m. Sunday, evening service at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, youth service at 7 p.m. Thursday
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ♦ 1295 W. Ninth St. (across the street from Moffat County High School at Ninth Street and Finley Lane) Foyer 824-4620 Family History Center (LDS Chapel) 824-2763 Craig 1st Ward — Bishop Kent Nielson, sacrament meeting at 9 a.m. Sunday Craig 2nd Ward — Bishop R.J. Crookston, sacrament meeting at 11 a.m. Sunday Craig 3rd Ward – Bishop Jeff Womble, sacrament meeting at 1 p.m. Sunday
Congregational Church ♦ FIRST CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST The Rev. Michael Kirchhoff 630 Green St. 824-6836 Office hours: 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Bible Study Group: 9:30 a.m. Tuesday Sunday worship: 10 a.m. Pastor hours: 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday First Sunday of each month is communion, third Sunday of each month is healing service
Episcopal Church ♦ ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 657 Green St.
Fr. Bain White 824-3470 5 p.m. Saturday Eucharist
Jehovah’s Witnesses ♦ JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES 665 Westridge Road 824-2101 Sunday: Public meeting: 10 a.m. Watch tower study: 11:15 a.m.
Lutheran ♦ FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod Pastor John Turner 580 Green St. 824-3043 Sunday worship at 9 a.m., Sunday school class at 10 a.m. Mid-Week Divine Service Thursdays at 10 a.m. ♦ Lutheran Church of Grace, E.L.C.A. 657 Green St. Pastor Bain White 824-3470 5 p.m. Saturday Eucharist
United Methodist Church ♦ FRIENDSHIP UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Phillip R. Gibson Jr. Rev. Karen Gibson, 700 Barclay St., P.O. Box 955 824-7939 Sunday Worship: 9 a.m.; Sunday School: 10:30 a.m.; Coffee Fellowship: 10 a.m.; Tuesday Night Bible Study: 7 p.m. Gibson Res.; Wednesday Youth Class: 6 to 8 p.m. Orthodox Eastern Church
John’s Greek Orthodox Church
Apostolic ♦ APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE CHURCH Rev. Tony Bohrer 3107 W. First St. 824-2496 Sunday Seeker service 10 a.m.; Sunday School 10 to 10:45 a.m.; Worship service 10:45 a.m. to noon; Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 p.m.
Seventh Day Adventist Church ♦ SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Pastor Roger Domeny 700 Barclay St. 824-3484 Saturday: Worship 11:30 a.m. Sabbath School 10 a.m.
Nondenominational ♦ NEW CREATION CHURCH OF CRAIG Pastors Jason and Tracey Haskell 520 Westridge Road P.O. Box 1681, 826-0792 www.ncccraig.com sS Sunday Services 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday Youth Group 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer 9:30 a.m. ♦ CHURCH OF DESTINY Pastor Parrish Terry Prayer meeting at 7 p.m. Saturdays at the Boys & Girls Club of Craig; Sunday services at 10 a.m., also at the Boys & Girls Club of Craig; and Bible study on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at 1352 N. Yampa Ave. 824-4486
Very Rev. Makarios Mannos 691 Green St. P.O. Box 848 824-6664 Call Jeannie Glimidakis at 824-8794. 10 a.m. Sunday — Divine Liturgy — 10:30 a.m. Sunday school services are the second and fourth Sunday of each month.
Maybell Church ♦ MAYBELL COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH 50054 U.S. Highway 40 Sunday Worship Services at 10 a.m. and the Wednesday Night Bible Study at 2 p.m. Call Pastor Linda Taylor at 970-272-3212.
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By SCOTT FRANZ Steamboat Today
Steamboat Springs — The Colorado Supreme Court’s proclamation Monday that the state’s school finance system is constitutional was met with surprise and disappointment from many educators here in Routt County. In a 4-2 decision, the court ruled against the plaintiffs in the Lobato v. Colorado case that was followed closely by educators across the state and had potential implications for how schools here are funded. Taylor Lobato, who graduated from Center High School in the San Luis Valley, was one of several plaintiffs in the suit that argued the state was underfunding its schools, including hers. Her cause was bolstered two years ago when a Denver District Court ruled in favor of the suit, but that decision was reversed Monday. “It’s pretty devastating and completely unexpected,” Paula Stephenson, the executive director of the Colorado Rural Schools Caucus, said Tuesday afternoon about the decision after she attended a press conference where Lobato reacted to the news. “It was worse than any worst-case scenario we came up with.” Education leaders who supported the suit like Stephenson said it would have forced the Legislature to do a study about how much it takes to adequately educate a child and then work to address
discrepancies in how much each district receives for its students. Lobato said her school didn’t have enough textbooks for all of its students, among other things. Opponents of the suit worried about the decision’s potential impact on the taxpayers. According to The Denver Post, the state attorney general’s office said if the suit succeeded, it could have “required the state to raise taxes by 50 percent or see K-12 education consume 89 percent of the general fund budget.” The Post also reported that although no price tag was attached to the Lobato suit, plaintiffs estimated the shortfall in public education funding was as high as $4 billion, with an additional $18 billion needed for facility repairs and upgrades. Other educators in Routt were hopeful the case would spur the Legislature to look into allocating more money for public education. Like Stephenson, South Routt Superintendent Scott Mader said he was disappointed in the Supreme Court’s ruling. “I’m really disappointed because I don’t think the funding is equitable in the state,” he said. “We were hoping (this case) would change the way schools are funded.” He pointed to school districts’ varying abilities to provide financial support for themselves through property tax increases as an example of that inequity. Steamboat Springs School Board President Brian Kelly said that he was surprised by the deci-
sion but he never was hopeful the court case would have any financial impact on Steamboat in the short term. “Because there never was any money attached to it, it’s almost like it was more of a moral thing,” he said. He added that more important than how much each school district receives is how it spends its resources. “What gets tricky about it is there’s a lot of practical evidence out there that shows it’s not always how equally you fund school districts but how school districts spend the money that has a lot to do with results,” he said. Still, he said one of the biggest impacts of underfunding schools could be a struggle to attract and maintain teachers alongside an improving job market in the private sector. With Lobato decided, much still remains uncertain in the realm of Colorado school finance. The decision came a week after Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a major school finance bill that seeks to change how districts in the state are funded and to address some of the inequity in funding. The changes will be made only if a ballot initiative can secure an estimated $1 billion in additional revenue for schools through a statewide tax increase. The bill is supported by the heads of the Hayden and South Routt school districts, but educators in Steamboat remain leery of the effort.
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Girls volleyball camp starts in mid-June A volleyball camp for girls entering first through eighth grades will take place from June 17 to 19 at Moffat County High School. The camp will focus on all aspects of the game, with a special focus on fundamental skills. It’s open to players of all skill levels and will allow for the development of new and experienced players. First-grade girls will have camp from 8 to 9 a.m., with second-, third- and fourth-graders each taking an hour afterward. Fifth- and sixth-graders will be from 1 to 3 p.m., and seventhand eighth-graders will finish each day from 3 to 5 p.m. The camp costs $40 before Monday, and then the cost jumps to $50. Money and forms can be mailed or dropped off to Sara Linsacum, 585 Taylor St. For more information, Linsacum can be reached at sara.linsacum@ moffatsd.org or 970-819-7434.
Parks and Rec hosting summer sports camps Craig Parks and Recreation is putting on two upcoming summer sports camps for local youths. First is the British Soccer Camp, now a staple in Craig in the summer, from July 8 through 12 at Woodbury Sports Complex. The camp is for boys and girls ages 3 to 16 of all skill levels. It is run by young professional soccer players from England. Players will be divided into age groups. To register, visit www.chal lengersports.com and search for the City of Craig Parks & Recreation British Soccer Camp. The price varies based on the age of the participant and the different camp levels. All registration costs increase by $10 after June 28. A cheerleading camp for firstthrough sixth-graders starts July 22. The program will have practices Mondays and Thursdays through the end of the football season in October. First- through third-graders will work in one group, while fourth- through sixth-graders will be in another. The cost for cheerleading camp is $60. The registration deadline is July 17. For more information, call 970-826-2004.
Booster club hosting mud run and volleyball Moffat County is joining in on the obstacle course races that have gained popularity in recent years. See Briefs on page 12
Adams State University junior Alicia Nelson (middle, in green) runs among a pack during the 2013 outdoor track season. Nelson, a Moffat County High School graduate, won the 3,000-meter steeplechase and 5,000-meter run last weekend at the 2013 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track Championships.
MCHS grad tops championship Alicia Nelson brought home 2 individual titles in NCAA track and field tournament By NATE WAGGENSPACK daily press Writer
Craig — Moffat County High School graduate Alicia Nelson added to her growing list of accomplishments at the collegiate level last weekend, taking home two individual national titles at the NCAA Division II 2013 Outdoor Track and Field Championships. That brought the former Bulldog and current Adams State University runner’s tally of national championships to four in the 2012-13 sports season, a number that would represent an excellent career total for most athletes. Nelson won the 3,000-meter steeplechase and 5,000-meter run May 24 and 25, respectively, at the outdoor championships in Pueblo, capping off a dominant junior season. The races followed up an individual championship in the 2012 Division II National Championships and another first-place finish in the 3,000meter run during the indoor track season.
On Wednesday, Nelson said she could barely believe her level of success. “It’s definitely special,” she said. “It’s still kind of sinking in, I guess. It’s just one of those things where you try to do what you’re capable of.” Throughout her career with the Grizzlies and the Bulldogs, Nelson has proven to be more than capable, no matter the assignment. Nelson’s hard work goes all the way back to her days at Moffat County, when cross-country and track coach Todd Trapp recalled her desire to be among the best. “She won the cross-country title in the fall of her senior year and then in the spring she was really strong,” Trapp said. “I told her I thought she could win the 3,200, because that field was a bit weaker. The mile and 800 were going to be a lot tougher. She said that’s what she wanted, was to run against the fastest people and the best competition. At that point I thought, ‘Wow, this is the start of something for her.’” Even for a runner of Nelson’s
caliber, having a year like hers is rare, he said. Nelson’s cross-country career at Adams State is over, but she redshirted as a sophomore for indoor and outdoor track, so she will run as a Grizzly for one more year. In the meantime, she hopes to complete a personal goal at the USA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. At that meet, happening June 20 to 23 in Des Moines, Iowa, Nelson hopes to break through 10 minutes and earn an “A” qualifying time. Her fastest time so far in the steeplechase is a 10:03. “There’s plenty of fast girls (running there), so my goal this year to break 10,” she said. “I feel like I’m ready, I just need to get in the right race to do it.” Nelson always is humble when speaking about her accomplishments, crediting everyone else involved with her running career equally to her own hard work. That is one of the reasons Trapp called her a “coach’s dream.” “She’s so driven and will do whatever a coach asks,” he said.
“You tell her to do a 60-minute run and she’s going to do that, not stop at 58 or 59 minutes. She’s one of those kids who believes in the system and believes in herself because she knows she’s doing it the right way.” With seven seasons of running and a host of national championships at Adams State under her belt, Nelson doesn’t point to any particular moment or season as better than the rest. It has been more about enjoying the journey, she said. “It’s always a process and every year it’s been different,” she said. “I guess this year I really had a chance to give back. Coach (Damon) Martin has put in a lot of time to getting people better. It’s been special in itself to be a part of the program. So I’ve felt like me winning is another way of saying thanks. We get to share in the national championship.” Nate Waggenspack can be reached at 970-875-1795 or nwa ggenspack@CraigDailyPress. com
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The Moffat County Booster Club is sponsoring the inaugural Moffat County Dirty Dawg Dash and Dig on July 13 at Loudy-Simpson Park. It will combine the mud volleyball tournament hosted by the Craig Chamber of Commerce with a 5-kilometer muddy race and obstacle course. Teams of six to 10 people can sign up for the volleyball tournament, which costs $200 per team. People can sign up for the 5K individually for $40 or as part of a team of four to 10 members for $35 per person. The two events will combine for one all-day mud fest. The cutoff to sign up is July 1, after which the cost will rise significantly, event organizer Sara Linsacum said. For more information, Linsacume can be contacted at email@example.com or 970-819-7434.
By NATE WAGGENSPACK
Residents looking to get a unique kind of exercise can attend water aerobics in either shallow or deep water this summer. Water aerobics offer a lowimpact form of exercise, making it easier on bones and joints while offering resistance to improve fitness and flexibility. The classes run from Monday to Aug. 15 and will be at the Craig Swimming Complex. Shallow water classes will be Mondays and Wednesdays during the summer from noon to 1 p.m. and 6 to 7 p.m. Deep water will be Tuesdays and Thursdays at the same times. Those interested can sign up for an entire session ($45), both sessions ($80) or choose to attend individual classes, which will cost $4 per class. For more information, call Craig Parks and Recreation at 970-826-2029.
Craig — New Yampa Valley Golf Course head pro David Hardison always has enjoyed working with children, so he decided to introduce a new summer-long golf program for kids in Moffat County. It’s called Yampa Valley Junior Golf, and it will be held once perweek from June 11 through Aug. 13. The goal is to teach local kids the ins and outs of golf alongside life lessons as part of the Professional Golf Association program called The First Tee. “I’m excited about it because this is important to me personally,” Hardison said. “First Tee started out as a way to make golf available to more kids, and it tries to
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teach them core values. You throw in some golf swing technique, etiquette and tie it all together.” The First Tee is a national organization, which aims to “impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character through the game of golf.” It focuses on nine core values, including honesty, sportsmanship, responsibility and courtesy, bringing those lessons to children through learning how to play the game. Hardison believes in that vision and thinks showing off the game he loves to the next generation is a worthy cause in its own right. “They’re the future of the game,” he said. “You’ve got to promote golf to the kids so it can
continue to be played and played the right way. Junior golf is always something we’ve pursued.” The golf course will have an open house from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday that will double as a time to register for the program, as well as to get introduced to the staff, facility and enjoy some games. It concludes after the nine weeks of 90-minute lessons with a tournament, barbecue and prizes Aug. 13. The cost is $95 for the summer, and the class is for children ages 6 to 17 with any experience or skill level with golf. “It’s going to be a lot of fun,” Hardison said. “We want to at least give some kids exposure to it (golf), so they know what it’s all about, even if they hate it.”
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DENVER — Chris Carter and Matt Dominguez hit consecutive homers during a six-run sixth, Lucas Harrell won for the first time in six starts and the Houston Astros beat the Colorado Rockies, 7-5, on Thursday to sweep the two-game series at Coors Field. J.D. Martinez had a careerhigh four hits for Houston, which swept a series for the first time
this season and won three of four against Colorado this week. The Astros last won two straight four weeks ago against the Los Angeles Angels. Harrell (4-6) allowed four runs — three earned — in five 2-3 innings to pick up his first win since beating the Yankees on April 29. Hector Ambriz got his first save. The Astros trailed, 3-1, after five, but Juan Nicasio (4-2) and the
bullpen couldn’t hold it. The first four batters in the sixth reached against Nicasio (4-2) to tie it. Carter then greeted Wilton Lopez with a three-run homer to left and Dominguez followed with a solo shot to make it 7-3. It was the second time this season the Astros have hit back-toback home runs, and the six-run inning matched Houston’s season high for one frame.
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Stocks rise as lackluster reports ease Fed concern By STEVE ROTHWELL The Associated Press
NEW YORK — The stock market rose Thursday after a pair of lackluster economic reports raised expectations that the Federal Reserve will continue to boost the economy with its stimulus program. Unemployment claims rose and an initial estimate of firstquarter economic growth was revised slightly lower. That suggests the U.S. economy may still need some time to recover from its funk and that the Fed will keep up its $85 billion in monthly bond purchases. S&P 500 1,654.41
Income monitor The Commerce Department issues its latest monthly report on Americans’ incomes today. Economists expect that incomes increased slightly in April. That would be the third monthly increase in a row following a 3.6 percent drop in January. Higher incomes are seen as a precursor to more consumer spending, which helps the economy grow.
“The big worry that’s been hitting the market lately, that the Fed might step back prematurely, might be fading a little today on the idea that the economy does need a bit more support,” Jeff Kleintop, chief market strategist at LPL Financial, said. The rise in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index was led by banking and insurance stocks, which gained 1.1 percent. Among individual bank stocks, Bank of America rose to its highest in more than two years. JPMorgan also climbed. Banks and other stocks that stand to benefit the most from an improving economy have
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broad advance in utility companies, after a company owned by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway agreed to pay a premium of 23 percent to buy the Nevada-based power provider. Clearwire, a wireless network operator, surged $1.02 cents, or 29 percent, to $4.50 after satellite TV operator Dish Network raised its bid for the company to $6.9 billion. In economic news, the number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose last week, a sign layoffs have increased, the Labor Department said Thursday. Claims for unemployment aid rose 10,000 last week to 354,000.
Record-high stock prices, cheaper gas and solid employment gains have many consumers feeling more confident about the economy. Economists expect that consumer confidence jumped in May to the highest level in six years. The University of Michigan’s monthly consumer sentiment survey is due out today.
Economists expect that a closely watched business gauge edged higher last month. The Institute for Supply Management’s Chicago business barometer index dipped in April to 49, the second decline in a row. Analysts anticipate the May reading edged up to 50. A number above 50 indicates economic activity is growing, while readings below 50 indicate the economy is contracting. The latest index is due out today.
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investors because they have the capacity to increase their dividends from the current low levels, having bolstered their cash reserves after the financial crisis, Michael Sheldon, chief market strategist at RDM Financial, said. “Banks appear to be on the mend,” Sheldon said. Bank of America rose 35 cents, or 2.6 percent, to $13.87. JPMorgan gained 95 cents, or 1.7 percent, to $55.62 and Morgan Stanley rose 84 cents, or 3.4 percent, to $25.82. Stocks also got a boost from deal news. NV Energy surged $4.34, or 23 percent, to $23.62, leading a
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probably to check whether they are real. Last week at a party, some insufferable girl I just met turned the entire conversation to my breasts. I walked away to cool off, but someone overheard me say that the girl was obnoxious. So “poking girl” started shouting at me, and you can guess how the rest of the night went. Annie, please tell your readers that just because a woman has large breasts doesn’t mean she wants to be poked and prodded in public. Where have basic
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Yard Sale 1130 County Road 30 (Round Bottom Road) Craig Fri, May 31 and Sat, Jun 1. 8am-1pm Fishing boat, Trolling motor, Bikes, Dresser, Entertainment Center, Kitchen, Exercise Bike, Toys, Clothes (Mens, Womens, Boys), Lawn Chairs, Coolers, Car Topper, Misc Items. Located 1.5 miles south of Ridgeview.
Johnson Excavation is seeking a Foreman with a minimum of 7 years experience in the site work field. Must be an experienced operator, able to read and understand blueprints, and have good leadership skills. Class A CDL a bonus. Clean driving record and Drug testing required. Year round work available and is CRAIG: Friday 5/31 & Saturday 6/1. 410 Garage Sale 2673 Jacob Circle, Unit #6 a benefited position. Apply online @ Washington St. Hockey gear, 0-4 yr boy Steamboat Springs Sat, Jun 1. 8AM-4PM www.johnsonexcavation.org (click CAclothes, some tools & furniture, dresser, Household goods, toys, clothes, tires, REERS) or apply in person at 2611 Down Hill Drive. lawn mower, etc. etc.
3833 EXMOOR CIR. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 ONLY! 8am-? Something for everyone, Neighborhood Sale! Dougherty Rd; across from Fairfield Inn on Hwy 40 too much to list. Come check it out! Steamboat Sat, Jun 1. 7am - 1pm Multi family garage sale. Clothes (adult, kids & babies), tons of household items, furniture, too much to mention!
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***** YARD SALE ***** 141 Missouri Ave Sat, Jun 1. 7am-12pm Many kids items, mens and womens clothes and shoes, ‘12 FJ front bumper & brush guard, tools, electronics & more.
Garage Sale! Friday May 31st starts at Concrete form setters for full time work. 10am-5pm: Tools, Shop equipment, and Call Frontier Structures, Inc. 879-8240, more! 2835 Downhill Plaza #602 fax resume to 879-8565 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Moving Sale! Everything Must Go! 27377 Brandon Cir. Heritage Park Neighborhood Sun, Jun 2. 7am- 1pm Winter & Journeyman carpenter and carpenter Multi Family Garage Sale!!! Sporting Summer Clothes/ Gear, Kayak, Bikes, helper. Must have proven skills and exgoods, furniture, clothes and other good- Misc. perience. Need own set of tools and ies from gear junkies! Saturday, June 1st good references. Apply online at from 8AM-Noon. Corner of Stone Lane www.fox-construction.com or stop by & Chinook on the Mtn, CASH only. the office at 2034 Snow Bowl Plaza.
Neighborhood Sale 2750 Burgess Creek RD Steamboat Sat, Jun 1. 8am-11am Kids clothing up to 9yr, toys & ski gear, HUGE YARD SALE! Friday 5/31 and Sat- older computer & ink cartridges, Robo urday 6/1. 540 Rose St. 7am til ? Tools, Coupe processor, Framed Pictures, collectibles, camping, generator, bikes. Household goods
Fun Stuff 220 Caribou SS Sat, Jun 1. 7am-12pm BOATING ACCESSORIES; PFD’s, W-Skis, W-Boards,W-Suits, Towables. Bravo III props for Lake Powell. Trampoline, snowmobiles, dirt bikes and misc. Early Birds call 291-1424
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Johnson Excavation is seeking Class A CDL truck driver with at least 2-years experience. Applicant will be moving equipment/hauling material. Some equipment experience a plus. Position requires clean driving record and drug testing. Please stop by our office at 2611 Downhill Drive to apply/or apply online at: www.johnsonexcavation.org, and click on CAREERS.
Afternoon Office Assistant needed at NW BOCES on Monday - Thursday, 1:30 4:30. Apply online at www.nwboces.org, click on Employment. Office Manager/Personal Assistant: Seeking highly organized self-starter with strong QuickBooks experience to manage property management and construction office. Real Estate marketing experience helpful. Self-motivated, detail-oriented, able to multi-task with minimal supervision. 30-40 hrs/wk, long term position, flexible hours, competitive pay DOE. Resumes to :email@example.com
The Hayden School District has the following positions open for the 2013-2014 school year: High School: Special Education Teacher Open until filled. To apply, please call 276-3864 or visit Johnson Excavation is seeking equip- our website at www.haydenschools.org ment operators and general laborers for for further information. year round employment. Position requires clean Colorado driver’s license and drug testing. Please stop by our office at 2611 Downhill Drive to apply or apply online at: www.johnsonexcavation.org and click on CAREERS.
The Hayden School District has the following positions open for the 2013-2014 school year: Elementary: Music/P.E. Teacher Open until filled. To apply, please call 276-3864 or visit our website at www.haydenschools.org for further information.
Steamboat Springs School District Openings for the 13-14 School Year: SCE: ELL Teacher, Long-Term Sub Special Education Teacher (1 yr), P.E. Teacher; SPE: Long-Term Substitute Special Education Teacher (1 yr), Part-Time 5th Grade Band Teacher; SCE/SPE: Elementary (Primary) Teachers; SSHS: Math Teacher, PT Math/Science Teacher; Speech Team Head Coach; Substitute Custodians, Substitute Bus Drivers. Please complete district application at: http://www.applitrack.com/sssd/onlineapp/ EOE The Hayden School District has the following positions open for the 2013-2014 school year: Secondary: -Spanish Teacher/Ell Coordinator Coaching: -Middle School Girls’ Head Volleyball Coach -Middle School Girls’ Head Basketball Coach -Middle School Girls’ Assistant Basketball Coach To apply, please call 276-3864 or visit our website at www.haydenschools.org for further information.
Educational Specialst-Futures AcadWe have full time positions hazmat pre- emy Colorado Youth for a Change is ferred but not required for Water Truck an educational nonprofit with a mission Drivers available. to solve Colorado’s dropout crisis. Futures Academy is a new and innovative Previous Oilfield experience and valid program that hopes to reach dropout CDL with acceptable driving record for students who are significantly overage drivers strongly preferred. and under credit. After a year of Competitive Pay! pre-collegiate developmental work Excellent Benefits! though Moffat County High School, stu*Health, Dental & Vision Insurance dents will be eligible to take college *Company Paid STD / LTD Insurance classes or career technical classes at *Company Paid Life Insurance the Colorado Northwestern Community *Paid Holidays College and take their GED.The Educa*Vacation tional Specialist (ES) will work in con*401(k) Retirement Plan with up to 4% junction with other CYC staff, members Match from Moffat County High School, and *Uniforms Colorado Northwestern Community College with the goal of returning to school. Come Grow With Us Today! The ES will recruit and support students in Futures Academy. For full posting visit Apply in person at: 126 Dump Road in www.youthforachange.org Send ReBaggs sume, Cover letter and three profes- NOW HIRING: Hardworking - Gardeners, sional references to Landscapers & Mowers. Please Contact: EOE / M/F/D/V Drug Free Workplace firstname.lastname@example.org 970-879-2914.
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Yampa Valley Regional Airport: Part Time Opening Red Coat: $10.00/hour Go to: www.co.routt.co.us Deadline: June 4, 2013 Routt County is an Equal Opportunity Employer Routt County Equipment Operator: $3,099 to $3,321. Details: www.co.routt.co.us. Deadline: June 3, 2013. Routt County is an Equal Opportunity Employer LIVESTOCK WORKERS Must possess 6 months experience as a livestock worker and provide one letter of reference to that experience. Dates of need: 06/25/2013 thru 12/15/2013. One temporary position opening. $875.00 per month plus room and board. Live in mobile camp or bunkhouse. ¾ work guarantee. Must be able to ride a horse and repair fences. May be on call 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. All work tools and equipment provided. Transportation and subsistence expenses to the worker will be provided or paid by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract. Feeds and waters livestock on range or at ranch headquarters. Herds, examines animals for diseases and injuries, vaccination of livestock, and applies medications and insect sprays, delivery of offspring, branding or identification marks and castration of livestock. Cleans and repairs stalls. Maintain ranch buildings and equipment. May assist with irrigating, planting, cultivating and harvesting hay for livestock. John Halandras Ranch/Rio Blanco County, ColoradoCall Craig Workforce Center (970)824-3246 or contact your nearest State Workforce Center. Refer to order #CO5579247 Active, Outdoorsy, Organized person to help with clothing and merchandising 30-40 hrs/wk. Apply within at Straightline Sports. Ask for Kolby or Brett. “MOUNTAIN TEMP STAFFING” Accepting Applications: Enjoy, Flexibility, Guaranteed Paycheck. 1815 Central Park Plaza. 7:00AM-5:30PM. Monday-Friday. See Rafael or Jeffrey. Se Habla Espanol. JOB FAIR ON MAY 31ST: 10AM-3PM AT THE WORK FORCE OFFICE IN CRAIG, COLORADO. LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED AND UN-EXPERIENCED COAL MINERS.
JL INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL TECHNICIAN Position is based at Tri-State’s coal fired power plant, Craig Station in Craig, CO. Installs, repairs and maintains I&C equipment at coal fired power plant. “Minimum of an Associates degree or vocational school certification in I&C, or equivalent relevant education and experience. “Minimum of 5 years experience working with I&C equipment in power plants or closely allied industries. “Experience with the following equipment desired: Honeywell DCS, Allen Bradley PLC, Monitor Labs CEMs, and GE MARK II turbine controls. “Related test equipment usage experience. “Must have a current and valid driver’s license. “Willingness to work shift work if required. Competitive salary and benefits package, including relocation assistance. Apply online at www.tristategt.org then click on the Careers link or at the Colorado Workforce Center, 480 Barclay, Craig, CO where on line application access is available. EOE - M/F/D/V
PRODUCTION FOREMAN Currently seeking a Production Foreman for our Southwest Wyoming production fields. Responsible for scheduling and overseeing workovers, equipment maintenance, equipment repairs, chemical programs, and all phases of production operations with the objective of optimizing production and the life of the wells and equipment. In charge of all field personnel and responsible for monthly production reporting. Requires supervisory skills in working with the various pumpers, field personnel and contractors. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of 7 to 10 years? experience in production operations with supervisory responsibility. Must have computer skills necessary to complete wellbore diagrams, completion reports and workover reports, and run sucker rod and pumping unit design programs. Background check required. This is a full time position with competitive salary, 100% funded profit sharing plan, vacation, life insurance, family health plan, tuition reimbursement, and 401(k) employer match. Send resume and salary requirements to: Human Resource Department P.O. Drawer 2360 Casper, WY 82602. Email: email@example.com Fax: 307-266-0454 Equal Opportunity Employer.
MOUNTAIN EYEWORKS: Are you looking for a job where you can feel good about what you do and the service you provide? Our well established optical practice is looking for a new energetic, dependable, and detail oriented person with great people skills to fill an opening as an optical sales associate/lab technician/office assistant to fill the shoes of our colleague moving on to college. Any experience in the optical industry, customer service, or sales is a plus. However, if you have a great attitude and the willingness to learn, we’ll help you develop the skills you need to succeed. Enjoy the unparalleled opportunities and job stability that comes with being part of a team dedicated to providing the best vision care in Northwest Colorado. This is a full-time/year-round benefited position Saturdays required. Submit your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Dental Center of Steamboat Springs has an immediate opening for a part-time Dental Assistant. X-Ray Certification required and experience preferred. Please call 970.871-4611. POWER PLANT UTILITY WORKER (5 positions available) Position is based at Craig Station in Craig, CO. Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association, Inc. is a consumer owned non-profit wholesale supplier of electric power. Craig Station is a three unit 1300 MW coal-fired power plant. Position involves a wide variety of duties that include, but are not limited to, cleaning, general labor, computer navigation skills, assisting technical craftspeople, and running errands.
-Patient Care Representative -Business Manager -Personal Care Provider/Homemaker Please visit: www.nwcovna.org For full postingand job descrption. EOE
Price Mine Service is now hiring Under ground Coal Miners, roof bolters, miner operators, Under Ground Foreman’s and Under Ground Electricians. For more information please call 970-824 4300.
Doc’s Auto Clinic is Hiring! Fully-Certified Technician with experience working on a wide variety of cars and light trucks. Can expect great working conditions and pay. Bring resume in person to Doc’s Auto Clinic 2565 Copper Ridge Dr.
General Manager for a private luxury community in Steamboat looking for an experienced individual to oversee day to day operations of the front desk, maintenance and housekeeping departments. The right candidate would have a hands on attitude, that is willing and able to lead by example. Organization, team building, communication and a willingness to create relationships with the owners, guests and staff is crucial. This small individually owned company is the ideal place to take your career to the next level. Must have at least 5 years of experience in property management of which 3 were in a supervisory capacity. Please email resumes to email@example.com. Will be accepting resumes until 6/10.
Executive Director. Arts Council seeks organized, motivated leader to manage an iconic non-profit in a historic building. firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply online at www.tristategt.org then click on the Careers link or at the Colorado Workforce Center, 480 Barclay, Craig, CO where on line application access is available. Deadline for applications is 5:00 5/29/13. Equal Opportunity Employer Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran
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The Steamboat Pilot & Today is seeking an arts and entertainment editor. The editor is responsible for reporting and writing culture, arts, news, entertainment and lifestyle content as well as managing content on ExploreSteamboat.com and helping to lead the Explore Steamboat social media charge. The editor will write for a weekly entertainment section as well as the daily Steamboat Today, including in-depth feature stories. Duties include writing engaging content, editing submitted work, compiling a calendar of entertainment events, occasional photography and videography, social media management and helping with other news beats when necessary. The ideal candidate has newsroom experience. Experience in content management systems and social media platforms also is important. Email your cover letter, resume and reporting clips to Editor Brent Boyer at to editor@SteamboatToday.com. No phone calls, please.
Water Commissioner Moffat County. CO Division of Water Resources. Temporary 9 month position (20/40hrs per week) Salary: $17.84 to $24.76/hr. Information or to apply contact Erin Light Closing Agent: This Closing Agent com970-879-0272 ext 6013. BCB June 7, pletes closing transactions in refinance, resale and builder segments by deterThe Hampton Inn & Suites is now hiring 2013. EOE. mining requirements, clearing title, asFull-time & Part-time Housekeepers. sembling, preparing and reviewing closPlease apply in person at 725 S. Lincoln ing documents, and disbursing funds. Ave. This Closing Agent takes responsibility for the entire closing transaction while Integrated Care Coordinator - Steammaintaining a growing book of business. boat Springs/Craig Please email resumes to Two positions open to utilizes a variety email@example.com or call of treatment approaches to work with a Lead Veterinary Receptionist: 303-270-0448 for more information. Veterinary Office Experience preferred. diverse population of patients identified 3 years medical office experience re- by Primary Care Physician or Emergency quired. We need someone with strong Physician to have behavioral issues in- Routt County Communications Specialist leadership skills to manage our excellent terfering with patient’s ability to follow Details: http://www.co.routt.co.us front desk team. Saturdays Required. treatment recommendations. Provides Deadline: July 7, 2013 Routt County is Email letter of interest and resume’ to therapeutic case management services, an Equal Opportunity Employer specifically behavioral intervention in firstname.lastname@example.org tient follow up with treatment recommendations. Duties may include home care visits, behavioral counseling, brief intervention strategies for behavior change, and assisting patients in attending appointments. Bachelor’s degree in human services or related required. Previous experience with substance abuse and mental health-related case Now Hiring Managers and Crew! management and treatment. Minimum What do you want to work? of two (2) years human service related -10 hours a week experience preferred. Experience in -20 hours a week medical care preferred. Current valid -30 hours a week SUPERVISOR: Colorado Driver’s License required. Cer- HOUSEKEEPING -40 hours a week tified Addiction Counselor II or III is pre- Hands-on year-round hourly posiJoin a fun team with ferred. We offer a competitive salary, ex- tion. Seeking guest oriented pro-Opportunities for cellent benefits, professional supervision fessional, great attention to detail, advancement and training, and a generous paid time ability to coach. Willing to achieve -Discount Meals off plan. Email resumes to: superior results. Excellent hours, -Flexible Schedules email@example.com or fax to wages & benefits. Must apply in Apply in person at our Craig or (970)242-8330. Colorado West, Inc. is person at 1055 Walton Creek Rd. Steamboat Springs location! EOE. an EOE with an Affirmative Action Plan.
* Laundry * * Houseman * * Maintenance Tech * * Maintenace Manager * * Housekeepers * * Inspectors * * Night Auditor * * Guest Services Agent * All Year-Round/Full-Time & Part-Time Positions The Village at Steamboat is looking for talented individuals to join our team for the season. Offer a potential for growth within the Wyndham Worldwide organization. Resort experience preferred and bi-lingual in Spanish and English a plus. Please apply in person at 900 Pine Grove Circle, across from the tennis bubble. EOE, VETERANS, DV, M, F.
Steamboat Smokehouse is seeking full and part time line cook (lunch & dinner). Please apply in person with job history and references. Merchant Pass available. No phone calls taken. 912 Lincoln Ave.
Recording Information (Reception Number) 20090970 Original Principal Amount $107,142.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $101,844.28 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. The West 68,74 feet of Lots 37 and 38 in Block 7 of Frontier City, according to the Amended Plat thereof, filed June 2, 1953 as Misc# 3018, County of Moffat, State of Colorado The property to be foreclosed is: Also known by street and number as: 575 7th Avenue West, Craig, CO 81625. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 07/03/2013, at The South Front Doors of the Moffat County Court House, 221 West Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication 5/10/2013 Last Publication 6/7/2013 Name of Publication The Craig Daily Press IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED;
DATE: 03/05/2013 Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee in and for the County of Moffat, State of Colorado By: Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Toni M.N. Dale #30580 Medved Dale Decker & Deere, LLC 355 UNION BLVD. STE 302, LAKEWOOD, CO 80228 (303) 274-0155 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 13-910-23879 ©Public Trustees’ Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 10, 2013 Final publication date: June 7, 2013 10335336 111803-5
111882-5 COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 1825 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On March 5, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Moffat records. Original Grantor(s) Alesha T. Overton Original Beneficiary(ies) Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., acting solely as nominee for lender Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp. Current Holder of Evidence of Debt Bank of America, N.A. Date of Deed of Trust January 09, 2009 County of Recording Moffat Recording Date of Deed of Trust March 06, 2009
COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 1828 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On March 19, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Moffat records. Original Grantor(s) Lonnie D Parrish Original Beneficiary(ies) Countrywide Home Loans, Inc. Current Holder of Evidence of Debt Bank of America, N.A. Date of Deed of Trust April 20, 2007 County of Recording Moffat Recording Date of Deed of Trust April 26, 2007 Recording Information (Reception Number) 20072133 Original Principal Amount $136,000.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $127,731.97 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. LOTS 25, 26, 27 AND 28 IN BLOCK 1 OF THE TOWN OF CRAIG, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF. The property to be foreclosed is: Also known by street and number as: 807 Tucker St, Craig, CO 81625-2036. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. NOTICE OF SALE
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MOFFAT COUNTY COMMISSION Chuck Grobe Commissioner Tom Mathers Commissioner John Kinkaid Commissioner THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPROVED THE BI-WEEKLY PAYROLL FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL 2013. TOTAL GROSS SALARIES INCLUDING BENEFITS WERE $735,670.39. TOTAL GROSS SALARIES INCLUDING BENEFITS FOR SOCIAL SERVICES WERE INCLUDED. ON APRIL 23, 2013 AND MAY 7, 2013 THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MET TO APPROVE COUNTY BILLS AND SOCIAL SERVICES. THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS THE MARCH MEETING WAS CLOSED AND THE APRIL MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY THE CHAIRMAN, CHUCK GROBE ALSO PRESENT WERE COMMISSIONERS JOHN KINKAID, TOM MATHERS, AND CHIEF DEPUTY TAMMY RASCHKE. (THE FOLLOWING IS PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND PAID FOR WITH COUNTY DOLLARS.)
GENERAL FUND 14TH JUDICIAL DA ABC BOOKS.COM ACET ACS ADAPCO INC ADMIN PRO TODAY AGNC AIRGAS INTERMTN ALSCO AMAZON.COM AMERIGAS PROPANE ARBY’ S ATMOS ENERGY AUCTIONSNIPER.COM B&B WELDERS BEAR CRK AML HSP BEAVER RUN BLACK BEAR BISTRO BLM CAFE RIO CARRABBA’S CARRIE HERTZOG CENTURYLINK CHAPEL, RONALD CHILI’S CITY MARKET CITY OF CRAIG CLUB 20 COL CO CLERKS ASSOC CO DPT REVENUE CO DPT HLTH CO DPT PUB SFTY CO WST BTLD WATR COLO SEC STATE COLO STE ARCH COMFORT INN COOK CHEVROLET COOL WATER GRILLE COUNTRY BOUNTY CRAIG DAILY PRESS CRAIG POLICE DPT CRENNEN, JOSEPH CSU EXTENSION CWMA D&T VENTURE DAILY STEALS DAVIDSON, DAN DEEP CUT DITCH ESOFT INC FOLKS, COURTLAND FRED PRYOR FURR’S FRESH GARCIA’S GOLDEN BURRO GRAINGER INC G J PIPE & SUPPLY GRAND VALLEY BOOKS GRT DIV CLN SER HEROD INDUSTRIES HILTON HOTEL HI-PERFORMANCE HYATT REGENCY INTNL CODE COUCIL J.W. SNACKS JACK IN THE BOX JACKSONS OFFICE K-MART KUM & GO LEXISNEXIS LINKSOURCE TECH LOS AMIGOS MARRIOTT MASTERWORKS MATHERS CLUB MCKISSOCK MEATS, GILBERT L MARC MJK SALES MC FINANCE MC SOCIAL SERVICE MC UNITED WAY MC WAREHOUSE MOON LAKE ELE MOUNTAIN COMMU NAILA QUINTERO NATIONAL ARCHIVES NATIONAL REGIST NATIVO LODGE NEW HEIGHTS NEWEGG INC NW AUTO GLASS NW CO COUNCIL GOVER ONLINE STORES.COM OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE PABLOS PIZZA PARABEN CORP PAY PAL INC PIZZA HUT PLASTI-SIZE PLN*HOTEL-BOOK POCATELLO DEPOT POSITIVE PROMOTIONS POSTMASTER PRESTO FUEL PRINT SHOP QWEST/CENTURYLINK RADIOSHACK REGALIA RIB CITY GRILL RM TRAUMA & EMRGY
DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 32,955.34 ALLOTMENT 109.02 SUPPLIES CONTRIBUTION 13,323.00 5,759.61 SERVICE 140.70 SERVICE SERVICE 48.00 35.40 FEES 20.90 SUPPLIES 117.00 SERVICE 134.19 SUPPLIES 1,326.74 UTILITIES MEAL 7.96 3,261.66 UTILITIES 5.28 SUPPLIES 110.30 SUPPLIES 90.00 SERVICE 232.00 LODGING MEAL 72.47 SUPPLIES 44.70 38.09 MEAL 98.00 MEAL 500.00 SERVICE 235.81 TELEPHONE REIMBURSE 77.60 MEAL 41.86 4.88 SUPPLIES 901.23 UTILITIES 270.00 DUES 1,000.00 REGIST 198.00 1ST QTR TAX SERVICE 155.00 CVSA 7.00 13.00 SERVICE 5.00 SERVICE 95.00 SERVICE 140.00 LODGING REPAIR 3,209.89 MEAL 71.55 37.36 MEAL 1,094.56 SERVICE 59.71 REIMBURSE 100.00 SERVICE QTRY PAYMT 3,075.00 EDUCATION 390.00 625.00 SERVICE 61.00 SUPPLIES 403.24 REIMBURSE 543.75 SERVICE 684.00 SUPPLIES 44.99 REIMBURSE 199.00 EDUCATION 31.93 MEAL 27.68 MEAL 40.35 MEAL 100.84 SUPPLIES SUPPLIES 79.85 9.99 SUPPLIES 275.00 SERVICES 255.00 SERVICE 1,573.26 LODGING 18.00 SERVICE 67.12 LODGING 31.95 DUES 25.16 MEAL 6.98 MEAL 790.20 SUPPLIES 13.99 SUPPLIES 204.75 FUEL 68.96 SERVICE 239.40 SUPPLIES 35.00 MEAL 293.63 MEAL 122.49 SUPPLIES 41.77 MEAL EDUCATION 967.95 80.41 REIMBURSE 170.07 SUPPLIES 88.38 SUPPLIES 500.00 PETTY CASH 9.93 REIMBURSE 991.00 TRAINING 71.54 REIMBURSE 45.33 UTILITIES 1,680.00 EQUIPMENT 43.12 MEAL 100.00 SERVICE 177.00 SERVICE 414.71 LODGING 19.95 SERVICE 165.96 SUPPLIES 45.00 SERVICE 300.00 SERVICES 59.39 SUPPLIES 62.00 MEAL 41.59 MEAL 400.00 EDUCATION 6,637.04 EQUIPMENT 99.15 MEAL 267.00 SUPPLIES 418.76 LODGING 709.18 SUPPLIES 205.45 SERVICE 244.00 LEASE 106.10 FUEL 45.00 SUPPLIES 468.45 TELEPHONE 20.23 SUPPLIES 1,884.70 AWARDS 45.10 MEAL 680.00 EDUCATION
ROBERT S RALSTON RCKY MTN ASPHALT SAFEWAY SAMUELSON’S SAV ON PROPANE SCOTTSDALE ART SINCLAIR SNOW, JEREMY SNYDER & COUNTS SONIC DRIVE IN SOUTH POINT HOTEL STAPLES STARBUCKS STONEBRIDGE INN SUBWAY SUNDROP FRAMING T AND H PARTS T&H PARTS THE HISTORY PRESS THE PUBLIC GROUP TDS TLO, LLC TRUEWEST PUBLIS TYLER TECHN TYREE,BECCA ULINE UPS USPS VALUEWEST VERIZON WIRELESS VISUALGOV SOLUTIONS WAL-MART WARREN, REBECCA WENDY’S WESTERN PETROLEUM XEROX CORP YVEA ZORO TOOLS ROAD & BRIDGE FUND A&E TIRE ALSCO AMERIGAS PROPANE APPLIED INDUSTR ATMOS ENERGY AUTO RADIATOR B&B WELDERS BARNES DISTRI BECHHOLD, ROSALIE BOY-KO SUPPLY BROWNSTEIN HYATT BUTLER,ALEXANDRA CB # 260 CED INC CENTURYLINK CERTIFIED LAB CGRS ENVIRO CITY MARKET CITY OF CRAIG CDC CO BRD LDN COMM COOK CHEVROLET CORNWELL TOOL CRAIG DAILY PRESS CRAIG FORD-MERCURY CRAIG STEEL CUMMINS RKY MTN DESERT MTN CORP DINOSAUR DIVI RECLAMATION DIXIE TRANSPORT DRIVE TRAIN INDUST DUBOIS TELE FORESTRY SUPPLIERS GRAINGER INC HEROD INDUST HIGH DSRT OTDR PWR INDUSTRIAL HLTH J&S CONTR SUPPLY JAY-MAX SALES KING, BRAD LR GATEWAY MASTERWORKS MAVERICKS MAYBELL STORE MCDONALD, TONY MCKEY CHIROPRACTIC MJK SALES MOON LAKE ELECT NEWMAN TRAFFIC NW CO CONSULT POWER EQUIPMENT PRINT SHOP QUESTAR GAS QWEST/CENTURYLINK RANGELY TRASH RSPND 1ST AID RHOMAR INDUST RUSH TRUCK SAFETY-KLEEN SAV ON PROPANE SEVERSON SUPPLY SHEPARDS T&H PARTS TDS TRI STATE EQUIP UNITED SUPPLY WAGNER EQUIP WESTERN DISTRI WESTERN PETROLEUM XEROX CORP YVEA
SERVICE 3,617.56 EDUCATION 175.00 FOOD 96.71 SUPPLIES 2.49 UTILITIES/DWC 1,375.37 DELANO PAINT 74,850.00 FUEL 52.50 SERVICE 725.00 RODENTICIDE 26,832.73 6.14 MEAL 471.62 LODGING 211.20 SUPPLIES 13.52 MEAL 183.02 LODGING 7.88 MEAL 248.13 SERVICES 32.28 SUPPLIES 12.74 SUPPLIES 84.76 SUPPLIES 100.00 SERVICE 88.00 SERVICE 9.50 SUPPLIES 825.00 SERVICE 3,488.00 SERVICE 49.80 REIMBURSE 64.85 SUPPLIES 25.19 POSTAGE 55.51 POSTAGE 2,650.00 SERVICE 123.09 TELEPHONE 82.00 SERVICE 502.33 SUPPLIES 500.00 SERVICE 6.36 MEAL 253.80 UTILITIES 472.71 LEASE 4,569.80 UTILITIES 383.05 SUPPLIES DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 696.77 SERVICE 330.27 SERVICE 2,914.71 UTILITIES 2,945.84 SUPPLIES 2,725.08 UTILITIES 128.50 SERVICE 396.73 SUPPLIES 509.33 SUPPLIES 100.00 REIMBURSE 419.70 SUPPLIES 2,050.00 SERVICE 500.00 LEASE 79.65 FUEL 758.18 SUPPLIES 115.68 TELEPHONE 2,407.42 SUPPLIES 2,333.20 SERVICES 118.70 SUPPLIES 393.09 UTILITIES 6,904.47 SERVICE 13.80 LEASE 482.79 SUPPLIES 27.80 SUPPLIES 60.97 SERVICE 102.86 SUPPLIES 98.70 SUPPLIES 75.91 SUPPLIES MAG CHLORIDE 32,818.75 51.66 UTILITIES 1,668.00 FEES 3,292.20 SERVICE 4,302.81 SUPPLIES 36.40 TELEPHONE 792.22 SUPPLIES 1,617.26 SUPPLIES 45.00 SERVICE 62.94 SUPPLIES 42.00 SERVICE 20,034.66 EQUIPMENT 187.55 SUPPLIES 138.75 SUPPLIES 1,392.44 FUEL 596.40 SERVICE 34.14 MEAL 2,159.42 FUEL CRANE INSPEC 5,067.13 79.00 SERVICE 269.44 SUPPLIES 128.34 UTILITIES 376.50 SUPPLIES 438.10 SERVICE 534.31 SUPPLIES 95.00 SUPPLIES 309.69 UTILITIES 232.59 TELEPHONE 67.65 UTILITIES 86.85 SUPPLIES 1,016.64 SUPPLIES 2 PLOW TRUCKS334,180.85 821.10 SUPPLIES 1,891.07 UTILITIES 609.78 SUPPLIES 601.75 FUEL 6,010.57 SUPPLIES 2,419.36 SERVICE 613.49 SUPPLIES 860.26 SUPPLIES 11,150.64 EQUIPMENT 404.80 SERVICE 43,504.31 FUEL 131.30 LEASE 2,272.84 UTILITIES
LANDFILL FUND CO DEPT HLTH CO WST BTLD WATR MJK SALES QWEST/CENTURYLINK T&H PARTS WAGNER EQUIP WEAVER BOOS WESTERN PETROLEUM YVEA AIRPORT FUND GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL NICK N ATOR QWEST/CENTURYLINK YVEA E911 FUND EMERGENCY CM QWEST/CENTURYLINK YVEA CAPITAL PROJECT FUND APH CONSTRUCTION D N T ELECTRIC ROBERT S RALSTON LIBRARY FUND AMAZON ATMOS ENERGY BAKER & TAYLOR CARINOS ITALIAN CENTURYLINK CITY OF CRAIG CO WST BTLD WATR DINOSAUR DOLLAR TREE MARRIOTT MOON LAKE ELEC POSTMASTER QWEST/CENTURYLINK RED LOBSTER RELIABLE STUVER & LEMOINE UPSTART VERIZON WIRELESS WALGREENS WAL-MART WHITE RIVER ELECT XEROX YVEA MAYBELL SANIT FUND MTN STATES CO SGM YVEA HEALTH & WELFARE FUND 4IMPRINT AMAZON.COM INC CORNERSTONE DELTA DENTAL EBMS INC NW TITLE COMPANY PAYFLEX SYSTEMS RELIASTAR VISION SERVICE SENIOR CITIZENS FUND CITY MARKET QWEST/CENTURYLINK SHAMROCK FOOD WAL-MART CENTRAL DUP FUND ACTION DRAIN ALSCO AMAZON.COM INC ATMOS ENERGY BANDWIDTH COM BLACK MTN GLS CHADWICK, ROXANNE CITY OF CRAIG CLEVERBRIDGE CRAMER FLOORING D N T ELECTRIC DAILY STEALS DIY PEST CONTROL FASTENAL GRAINGER INC HD SUPPLY HOBART SERVICE MAINTENANCE CONN MARTIN RAY LAUN MASTERWORKS MJK SALES MTN SALES NEWEGG INC NW CO COUNCIL GOV PAY PAL INC QWEST/CENTURYLINK RANCH & HOME SAMUELSON SPRINT COMMUN STANDARD PLUMB T&H PARTS THYSSENKRUPP ELE TRI CO FIRE TUNDRA SPECIALTIES TZEROVSKI, DEMITAR VERIZON WIRELESS WAL-MART XEROX CORP YVEA YTIME NOW LLC CAPITAL PSC FUND BRESNAN/OPTIMUM STRATA NETWORKS TOURISM FUND
DESCRIPTION FEES SERVICE SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE FUEL UTILITIES DESCRIPTION SUPPLIES SERVICE TELEPHONE UTILITIES DESCRIPTION SERVICE TELEPHONE UTILITIES DESCRIPTION SERVUCE SERVICE SERVICE DESCRIPTION SUPPLIES UTILITIES SUPPLIES MEAL TELEPHONE UTILITIES SERVICE UTILITIES SUPPLIES LODGING UTILITIES LEASE TELEPHONE MEAL SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES INTERNET LEASE UTILITIES DESCRIPTION SERVICE SERVICE UTILITIES DESCRIPTION SUPPLIES SUPPLIES EARNEST $ PREMIUMS PREMIUMS 551 TUCKER PREMIUMS PREMIUMS PREMIUMS DESCRIPTION FOOD SUPPLIES TELEPHONE FOOD SUPPLIES SUPPLIES DESCRIPTION SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES UTILITIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SERVICE UTILITIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES~ SERVICE SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES SERVICE SERVICE SUPPLIES REIMBURSE TELEPHONE SUPPLIES LEASE UTILITIES FEES DESCRIPTION INTERNET TELEPHONE DESCRIPTION
AMOUNT 2,138.15 18.50 15.98 37.57 32.23 232.48 2,094.64 8,685.23 174.47 AMOUNT 14.49 2,180.00 85.20 319.73 AMOUNT 7,500.00 700.60 41.22 AMOUNT 2,067.37 4,206.51 1,822.43 AMOUNT 1,377.29 328.30 2,322.97 46.72 224.87 93.69 32.50 51.66 46.00 187.37 72.79 29.00 472.03 93.94 248.04 45.00 7.50 51.67 15.42 101.10 79.99 269.07 533.36 AMOUNT 213.70 3,757.05 366.80 AMOUNT 399.29 956.70 1,000.00 6,979.82 141,142.01 98,900.00 443.60 6,230.21 3,833.68 AMOUNT 1,070.63 46.24 2,231.91 700.97 AMOUNT 432.50 260.82 384.37 6,678.06 206.21 112.08 3,530.00 1,240.56 81.96 400.46 694.84 39.00 159.83 18.33 414.70 292.20 169.50 297.00 397.66 2,503.62 173.80 223.72 1,623.45 1,800.00 1,217.61 1,693.10 15.98 503.78 369.52 297.17 40.00 1,474.10 358.00 184.60 47.24 138.86 79.94 710.52 9,769.25 570.56 AMOUNT 119.90 1,529.25 AMOUNT
ADOBE SYSTEMS ADRIAN, DONNA ATMOS ENERGY CONSTANT CONTACT CRAIG CHAMBER CRAIG DAILY PRESS HILL MARKETING NEW HEIGHTS ONE EARTH PRINT SHOP QWEST/CENTURYLINK USPS VASSEK, GEORGE VERIZON WIRELESS WAL-MART YVEA PUBLIC SAFETY CNTR JAIL BLACK EYED PEA BOB BARKER CO BOY-KO SUPPLY CHILI’S CITY MARKET CO WST BTLD WATR COLO SEC STE COOL WATER GRILLE DOMINO’S PIZZA EARTHGRAINS FARMER BROS GALLS INCOR GARY GURNEY KUM & GO MCDONALD’S SHAMROCK FOOD SMASHBURGER STAPLES TMH UPS WAL-MART SOCIAL SERVICES FUND AMEDEI, AUDREY ARNOLD, AMANDA ATMOS ENERGY BALLECK, MICHELLE BEYOND TECHNOLOGY BOY-KO SUPPLY INC BUBBLES & BROOMS CENTURYLINK CFSC CGHSFOA CITY OF CRAIG CRAIG DAILY PRESS DISCOVER GOODWILL DOLLYWOOD FOUND FEDEX FLINT PERSONNEL CLIENT HUMAN RESRC COUNCIL HUMAN SV VOL KLEIN, KERRI LABCORP MILLS, CATHERINE MO CO SCHOOL MO CO SHERIFF’S DEPT NW COLO DENTAL COAL PRINT SHOP QWEST/CENTURYLINK RIO BLANCO TIMES ROUTT CO SS SSTABS STAPLES UNION TELEPHONE YTIME NOW LLC SUNSET MEADOWS I ATMOS ENERGY BRESNAN CITY OF CRAIG GRANITE TELE HD SUPPLY IMAKES6AMPS QWEST/CENTURYLINK REALPAGE SHAMROCK FOOD STAPLES TWIN LANDFIL USPS VERIZON WIRELESS VISTA PRINT.COM WAL-MART XEROX CORP YVEA SUNSET MEADOWS II ATMOS ENERGY BRESNAN CBI ONLINE SER CHFA CITY OF CRAIG GRANITE TELE HD SUPPLY IMAKES6AMPS QWEST/CENTURYLINK REALPAGE STAPLES TWIN LANDFILL USPS VERIZON WIRELESS VISTA PRINT.COM WAL-MART XEROX CORP YVEA
SERVICE SERVICE UTILITIES SERVICE CONTRIBUTION SERVICE SERVICE SERVICE RENT SUPPLIES TELEPHONE POSTAGE REIMBURSE TELEPHONE SUPPLIES UTILITIES DESCRIPTION MEAL SUPPLIES SUPPLIES MEAL FOOD SERVICE SERVICE MEAL MEAL FOOD FOOD SUPPLIES SERVICE MEAL MEAL FOOD MEAL SUPPLIES SERVICE POSTAGE FOOD/SUPPLIES DESCRIPTION TRVL REIMB CONTRACT UTILITIES TRVL REIMB SUPPLIES SUPPLIES CONTRACT TELEPHONE CS REGISTRATION CONF CGHSFOA UTILITIES ADVERTISING CONTRACT C4K POSTAGE STAFFING MED TRANS C4K MED TRANS TRVL REIMB PT TESTING TRVL REIMB CONTRACT SERVOFPROC C4K C4K TELEPHONE C4K REIMBURSE DUES SUPPLIES TELEPHONE CONTRACT DESCRIPTION UTILITIES CABLE UTILITIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SERVICE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES UTILITIES POSTAGE TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES LEASE UTILITIES DESCRIPTION UTILITIES CABLE SERVICE SMII MORTGAGE UTILITIES TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES TELEPHONE SERVICE SUPPLIES UTILITIES POSTAGE TELEPHONE SUPPLIES SUPPLIES LEASE UTILITIES TOTAL
9.99 200.00 50.24 40.00 6,750.00 942.75 2,294.50 22.95 1,476.57 118.40 73.66 44.80 750.00 51.67 44.86 20.00 AMOUNT 20.15 794.40 355.00 52.51 1,035.49 19.50 70.00 19.61 18.33 526.23 744.37 71.09 225.00 3.82 5.97 3,985.88 19.31 9.61 215.00 22.37 552.51 AMOUNT 23.85 3,038.40 270.99 88.20 222.22 138.26 1,400.00 56.14 540.00 225.00 153.62 1,189.50 1,891.00 1,124.50 22.55 42.84 810.41 25.00 151.20 115.63 152.00 57.24 2,829.82 60.00 54.50 1,205.00 336.24 25.00 678.43 30.00 596.98 135.63 75.60 AMOUNT 1,118.16 509.90 2,349.40 32.92 14.22 7.98 78.42 246.48 43.68 22.15 115.20 16.78 25.84 19.24 11.88 22.90 1,852.68 AMOUNT 1,149.10 528.48 20.55 1,585.87 2,289.60 32.91 14.22 7.97 114.43 246.48 50.38 115.20 22.62 25.83 19.23 45.12 22.90 2,430.18 1,132,429.26
Published in the Craig Daily Press Publication Date: May 31st, 2013 10337242
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The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 07/17/2013, at The South Front Doors of the Moffat County Court House, 221 West Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication 5/24/2013 Last Publication 6/21/2013 Name of Publication The Craig Daily Press IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED;
NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; DATE: 03/13/2013 Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee in and for the County of Moffat, State of Colorado By: Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Emily Jensik, Esq. #31294 Aronowitz & Mecklenburg, LLP 1199 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204 (303) 813-1177 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 5050.00185 ©Public Trustees’ Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 17, 2013 Final publication date: June 14, 2013 10336308 111895-4
DATE: 03/19/2013 Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee in and for the County of Moffat, State of Colorado By: Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Deanne R. Stodden #33214 The Castle Law Group, LLC 999 18TH ST.,STE #2201, #2201, DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 12-10437 ©Public Trustees’ Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 24, 2013 Final publication date: June 21, 2013 10336572 111889-5 COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 1827 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On March 13, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Moffat records. Original Grantor(s) Huber Condor-Surichaqui Original Beneficiary(ies) Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., acting solely as nominee for FIRST COMMUNITY MORTGAGE, A DIVISION OF FIRST COMMUNITY BANK, A NEW MEXICO CORPORATION Current Holder of Evidence of Debt DLJ Mortgage Capital, Inc. Date of Deed of Trust November 12, 2008 County of Recording Moffat Recording Date of Deed of Trust November 14, 2008 Recording Information (Reception Number) 20084647 Original Principal Amount $185,551.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $175,297.99 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. Lots 1 and 2 in Block 48 of the TOWN OF CRAIG, according to the Plat thereof. The property to be foreclosed is: Also known by street and number as: 390 Rose Street, Craig, CO 81625. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 07/10/2013, at The South Front Doors of the Moffat County Court House, 221 West Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication 5/17/2013 Last Publication 6/14/2013 Name of Publication The Craig Daily Press IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A
PUBLIC NOTICE Trapper Mining Inc., P.O. Box 187, Craig, CO 81626 (CDRMS Permit No. C-81-010, approved 12/31/07), intends to request release of Phase I bond liability on portions of its reclaimed mine lands. A surety bond in the amount of $30,173,724 is presently in place. No reduction in the amount of the bond is sought with this bond release application. Those portions of the mine for which Phase I bond release liability is requested contain 424.2 acres of rangelands reclaimed during 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, that have been backfilled and regraded, with controlled drainages constructed, retopsoiled and reseeded in accordance with CDRMS regulations. A perennial native grass/forb/mountain shrub community will be established to achieve the post-mining land use of rangeland. This information is being proposed as bond release request SL-14. All reviews and comment periods as provided in the Act and Regulations promulgated thereunder initiate from this date of filing. Trapper Mine is located 6½ miles south of Craig, Colorado. The specific area to which this proposed bond release request applies is: T5N, R90W Portions of Section 6. T5N, R91W Portions of Sections 1. T6N, R90W Portions of Section 31. T6N, R91W Portions of Section 26, 35 and 36. The Castor Gulch USGS 7.5-minute quadrangle map contains the location of the affected area. Written comments or objections or requests for public hearing or informal conference concerning this bond release application may be submitted to, and additional information obtained from, the Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety, 215 Centennial Bldg., 1313 Sherman St., Denver CO 80203, (303) 866-3567. The Colorado Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety must receive comments within 30 days of the last publication of this notice or within 30 days of the onsite inspection, whichever is later. Published in the Craig Daily Press [dates]. . The mailing address for Trapper Mine is: Forrest V. Luke Environmental Manager Trapper Mining Inc. P.O. Box 187 Craig CO 81626 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 24, 2013 Final publication date: June 14, 2013 10336968 111901-1 NOTICE OF PROPOSED SCHOOL BUDGET Notice is hereby given that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Education of Moffat County School District Re: No. 1 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014 and has been filed where it is available for public inspection at 775 Yampa Avenue, Craig, Colorado. A public hearing on the proposed budget will be held at a special meeting of the Board of Education on June 6, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. Any person paying school taxes in said district may at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget file or register his objections thereto. Date: May 29, 2013 BOARD OF EDUCTION MOFFAT COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT RE: NO.1 ____________________________ Christine Balderston, Secretary
BE EXTENDED; Published in the Craig Daily Press Publication Date: May 31, 2013 10337181 111904-7 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING AMENDMENT OF THE MOFFAT COUNTY BUILDING CODE On June 18, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. the Moffat County Board of County Commissioners shall hold a public hearing regarding the following amendment to the Moffat County Building Code: PROPOSED that the Moffat County Building Code be amended by incorporating the 2000 edition of the International Property Maintenance Code with the following amendments: Amendments to the International Property Maintenance Code Section 101.1: insert Moffat County for name of jurisdiction Section 102.3: replace International Zoning Code with Moffat County Building Code Section 104.2: delete “rules and” to read: “to adopt and promulgate procedures” Section 110.4: after “to sell the salvage and valuable materials at the highest price Obtainable.” insert this sentence: “Materials deemed unsafe by the Building Inspector may not be salvaged.” Section 302.4: Change section to read: “All premises and exterior property shall be maintained free from weeds or plant growth in accordance with the Moffat County Zoning Resolution Section 485.5 and the Moffat County Undesirable Plant Management Plan.” Section 302.8: Omit entire section and amend to read: “Except as provided for in other regulations, inoperative or unlicensed vehicles shall not be kept or stored in plain sight from a roadway or adjacent property.” Section 303.14: Omit entire section. Section 305.2: delete: “by placing such rubbish in approved containers” Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 31, 2013 Final publication date: June 17, 2013 10337546 111878-5 COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 1824 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On February 26, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Moffat records. Original Grantor(s) Dedrick E. Bouchard and Mary Bouchard Original Beneficiary(ies) JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A Current Holder of Evidence of Debt JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association Date of Deed of Trust March 12, 2009 County of Recording Moffat Recording Date of Deed of Trust March 26, 2009 Recording Information (Reception Number) 20091255 Original Principal Amount $206,857.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $206,328.17 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. LOTS 17, 18 19 AND 20, BLOCK 7, THE TOWN OF CRAIG, COUNTY OF MOFFAT, STATE OF COLORADO. The property to be foreclosed is: Also known by street and number as: 830 Barclay Street, Craig, CO 81625. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 06/26/2013, at The South Front Doors of the Moffat County Court House, 221 West Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication 5/3/2013 Last Publication 5/31/2013 Name of Publication The Craig Daily Press IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO
DATE: 02/26/2013 Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee in and for the County of Moffat, State of Colorado By: Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Deanne R. Stodden #33214 The Castle Law Group, LLC 999 18TH ST.,STE #2201, #2201, DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 13-01098 ©Public Trustees’ Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 3, 2013 Final publication date: May 31, 2013 10334603 111876-5 COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 1822 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On February 20, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Moffat records. Original Grantor(s) Rhonda K. Berkey, also known as Rhonda Berkey Original Beneficiary(ies) Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., as nominee for Countrywide Bank, FSB Current Holder of Evidence of Debt Nationstar Mortgage LLC Date of Deed of Trust June 16, 2008 County of Recording Moffat Recording Date of Deed of Trust June 18, 2008 Recording Information (Reception Number) 20082550 Original Principal Amount $115,963.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $109,398.60 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. Lot 20 in Block 4 of Shadow mountain village, according to the plat thereof, filed September 2, 1980 as misc. #5272 Manufacturer’s Serial #: 4682-40071E23 HUD certification label#: IDA 190932 & IDA 190933 Manufacturer’s Name: Kit Manufacturing Trade: Kit Date: 02/24/2000 “which is affixed & attached to the land & is part of the real property” The property to be foreclosed is: Also known by street and number as: 1150 Sequoia Ave, Craig, CO 81625-3726. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 06/26/2013, at The South Front Doors of the Moffat County Court House, 221 West Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication 5/3/2013 Last Publication 5/31/2013 Name of Publication The Craig Daily Press IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; DATE: 02/20/2013 Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee in and for the County of Moffat, State of Colorado By: Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Deanne R. Stodden #33214 The Castle Law Group, LLC 999 18TH ST.,STE #2201, #2201, DENVER, CO 80202 (303) 865-1400 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 13-00097 ©Public Trustees’ Association of Colorado
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Revised 9/2012 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 3, 2013 Final publication date: May 31, 2013 10334600 111877-5 COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 1823 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On February 21, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Moffat records. Original Grantor(s) Timothy W. Meyer Original Beneficiary(ies) Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., acting solely as nominee for Vectra Bank Colorado, NA Current Holder of Evidence of Debt JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association Date of Deed of Trust February 12, 2010 County of Recording Moffat Recording Date of Deed of Trust February 18, 2010 Recording Information (Reception Number) 20100499 Original Principal Amount $239,795.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $232,349.64 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. LOT 5 OF COUNTS BUSINESS PARK, ACCORDING TO THE FINAL PLAT THEREOF, FILED JUNE 15, 1981 AS MISC. #5524. COUNTY OF MOFFAT, STATE OF COLORADO. The property to be foreclosed is: Also known by street and number as: 27195 South Highway 13, Craig, CO 81625. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 06/26/2013, at The South Front Doors of the Moffat County Court House, 221 West Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication 5/3/2013 Last Publication 5/31/2013 Name of Publication The Craig Daily Press IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; DATE: 02/21/2013 Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee in and for the County of Moffat, State of Colorado By: Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Joan Olson, Esq. #28078 Aronowitz & Mecklenburg, LLP 1199 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204 (303) 813-1177 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 1068.05975 ©Public Trustees’ Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012
WIDE BANK, FSB Current Holder of Evidence of Debt BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. Date of Deed of Trust March 07, 2008 County of Recording Moffat Recording Date of Deed of Trust March 13, 2008 Recording Information (Reception Number) 20081047 Original Principal Amount $109,112.00 Outstanding Principal Balance $103,122.82 Pursuant to CRS §38-38-101(4)(i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the evidence of debt secured by the deed of trust and other violations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. Lots 25, 26 and 27 in Block 4 of the Town of Craig, according to the Plat thereof, County of Moffat, State of Colorado The property to be foreclosed is: Also known by street and number as: 801 Breeze Street, Craig, CO 81625-2409. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF THE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, described herein, has filed Notice of Election and Demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that I will at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, 07/10/2013, at The South Front Doors of the Moffat County Court House, 221 West Victory Way, Craig, Colorado 81625, sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication 5/17/2013 Last Publication 6/14/2013 Name of Publication The Craig Daily Press IF THE SALE DATE IS CONTINUED TO A LATER DATE, THE DEADLINE TO FILE A NOTICE OF INTENT TO CURE BY THOSE PARTIES ENTITLED TO CURE MAY ALSO BE EXTENDED; DATE: 03/12/2013 Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee in and for the County of Moffat, State of Colorado By: Elaine Sullivan, Public Trustee The name, address, business telephone number and bar registration number of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: Joan Olson, Esq. #28078 Aronowitz & Mecklenburg, LLP 1199 Bannock Street, Denver, CO 80204 (303) 813-1177 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any information provided may be used for that purpose. Attorney File # 1269.21899 ©Public Trustees’ Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 17, 2013 Final publication date: June 14, 2013 10336306
Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 3, 2013 Final publication date: May 31, 2013 10334602 111890-5 COMBINED NOTICE - PUBLICATION CRS §38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 1826 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust: On March 12, 2013, the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in the County of Moffat records. Original Grantor(s) Levi P. Larkin Original Beneficiary(ies) Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., acting solely as nominee for COUNTRY-
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Ex CMC Residence Hall Manager would like to watch, care and maintain you house. Many years experience managing properties. References available.720-939-5090
Dogs: Rocky - Male Boxer Benny - Older Male Border Collie Rider - Young, Male black lab Atom - young, male â€œBorder collie mix Ken - Male Wirehair Dachshund Barbie - Female Wirehari Dachshund Fiona - Female Bassett Hound Romi - Female Hound Cinder - Female Border Collie mix Teddy - Male Border Collie Cats: Jessice - Female Siamese Leo - Male Brown tabby kitten Donnie - Male orange tabby Lucy - female black and white Missy - Female Gray tabby Rufus - male orange & white Cindy - female gray tabby Moffat County Humane Society 970-824-5964 Please do your part in controlling pet overpopulation - spay and neuter your pets! You can see these pets and more at www.petfinder.com
MERCHANDISE Mobile Auto Detailing: Iâ€™ll come to you and steam clean your car! Very fair rates from $150. Call for appointment. 970-819-7216. BUTTON BRUSH CONTROL Stump Grinding, Beetle kill Clean up, Brush Chopping/Mowing, Fire Mitigation, No -Till Pasture Seeding. Viking Professional Range: Older Safer than Burning & Environmentally model, 48â€?, propane, still works good. Sound 970-846-3475 or 970-879-3475 Stainless steel, with backsplash and hood. $1,250.00 846-5860.
Kenmore Front load Washer and Dryer, $200. Antique Brass Full size bed, $200. 970.640.9624
CONCEALED CARRY (CCW) $75 JUNE 9TH 1:30-4:30 P.M. AMERICAN LEGION, CRAIG
2 5x8 foot heavy duty work tables on wheels, waist high. retail $300 will sell for $50 each. 970.846.2458
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DEFENSIVE SHOOTING $75 JUNE 8TH 1:30-4:30 P.M. BEARS EARS RANGE, CRAIG
NRA Basic Pistol Course in Steamboat June 8th $95. Certificate awarded for Trek Hybrid/Crossbike, 17.5â€? frame, State CCW requirement. 407-832-9206 Great for town and bike path, 27 speed, perfect condition. $500 970 846-8103 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mr Dans Excelent flat rock, Flag stone patios steps,Design build excelent ser. job completion best price per sq. ft. Estimates & advice free. Dan 970 367 6700 Farrier accepting clients. Shoes, trims, training. 970-629-1732, 970-629-5249
CONCEALED CARRY CLASS One Day Got LaZboy? We Do! Why drive to DenClass in Kremmling Saturday June 8th ver? www.furnituregalleryofcraig.com. $80.00 970-724-3311 385 Ranney. 970-824-2368. email@example.com â€œDining Room table late 1800â€™s, Solid Walnut, 8 leaves, $650... 770.315.6426â€? FREE: 2 TVâ€™s: 27â€? Sony Trinaton, 20â€? RCA. Not Flat Screens. Call King size bed with mattress ($350), 970-846-0261. coffee table ($100) and leather sofa sleeper ($250). 970-819-2728 FREE: Downtown Garden Plots, Sunny Oak Street hill side. Completely Fenced, Always Organic, tons of Compost. Tools Used good condition mattresses in & Water. Terraces, raised beds, trellises, Craig. Full size sets. We have lots! need a little TLC. 846-3012 or $25 Call Sarah 970-819-1633 291-1028 FREE Futon metal frame and cushion, In good shape. pick it up and itâ€™s yours!!! 970.819.9749 OAK CREEK SAWMILL has Free Shavings and Sawdust, Excellent Bedding, 2 Miles W. of Oak Creek on CR27, call Randy at 846-4900.
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FREE: Steel Volvo wheels 15â€? set of 4. FOR SALE: Rascal 500 Deluxe Fits 200, 700, or 900 series Volvoâ€™s. Scooter/Power Chair. 300lb. Weight Ca970.846.6105 pacity + Rascal Ulti-lite Lift Fits on Class 2 & 3 Hitch. $3500/OBO. Call 970-819-8005. CASH PAID AND FREE TOWING for all unwanted and abandoned vehicles Large Format Printer/Plotter, HP 110Plus CALL (970)846-7452 color ink jet, with stand, and several rolls of 24â€? paper. $1000 970.620.0231 FREE: Used Jerald Horse Cart with harness, stored in a barn. Missing the right 2 generators for sale. One 800 watt hub. Hub available from Jerald. Call Honda generator. One 5000 watt Trudy 870-9198 or 946-2706. â€œNorthstarâ€? generator with a Honda engine. Wheel kit installed. 800 watt $50. FREE CATS TO GOOD HOMES! 5000 watt $200. Phone number Call 824.9891 970-712-1283.
Whirlpool Cabrio Wash machine, white large capacity. Like New! $350. Elliptical Machine with adjustable stride, $150. 970.819.4765
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BUYING GOLD, SILVER AND PLATINUM BULLION AND COINS. Call 970.824.5807 Cell 970.326.8170
PIN-PONG TABLE!! $199, 1980 4wd Ford tracter $3300, Oak computer desk/cabinet $90, John Deer STX 38â€? 2 bagger and thatcher $50. Call 970.824.4647 RV, Boat, Water Sport, Marine Parts, Bait, Tackle, Trailer Parts/Repair, Trailer & Truckbed Sales. Auto Parts of Craig, 824-6544.
Preception Kayak 12â€™ touring model for lakes and rivers, paddle and extra stuff included. $450 970 846-8103
Kayak and River Equipment Swap Backdoor Sports (9th and Yampa St) SatWANTED: Horse Tack. Cleaning out the urday June 1st at 9am $10 charge for Barn? Looking for horse tack (mostly items to be sold (970)879-6249. reins)Call Heather: 970-846-7710 â€œSTEAMBOAT RANCHWEARâ€™S Annual Clearance Sale at Sasak Trailers. Monday-Friday. 1-6pm, Saturday 9-12pm. Now through June 15th! Like us on Facebook to see the great deals!â€? 4 yr old draft x gelding has been used on trail 15.3hh 1200lbs truly a gentle giant, in your pocket kind of horse. Easy going, willing personality. $1500 call/text 970-846-1449
2 Tickets for Sale Andrea Bocelli Concert, June 5th, Pepsi Center. Section FEC 116, Row 3 Seats, Good Seats! $175/Each obo. 970-846-2173.
Standing At Stud: Capitol Class - AQHA Black Bay - Cutting, Roping, Foundation Quarter Horse. Eye appeal, great disposition. $400 Plus mare care. 970-824-4145
FOR SALE: Snow Blower, Water Cooler, Standing At Stud: KT Sacred War Paint - APHA Bay Paint, Homozygous, Beauti2 Desks, Elliptical Machine. 824-6502 ful with eye appeal. Great blood lines parents were both world contenders. $400 plus mare care. 970-824-4145 â€œVision Fitness Elliptical Trainer, all electronics, excellent condition, $350 14 year old Gelding Saddle Mule. 5 year old lighlty Started Gelding Mule Call for 770.315.6426â€? details: 970.846.6056 or 970.871.4835 Black Simmental x Angus yearling bulls Bobcat Attachments: Utility Grapple, for sale. Bred for growth, performance $1,800.00; SB200 Snowblower, and maternal. Trich and semen tested. $2,100.00; 84â€? Snowblade, $1,400.00 Call (970)824-7245 or (970)629-8106 846-5860. Want to buy 5 late bred cows to calve in June/July ad several angus based pairs. We buy Trucks and Heavy Equipment. Tim (970) 871-4963 Byrne Equipment Sales Craig, CO. 970-826-0051. Registered Angus Bulls by AI Sires. Fertility, Trich & PAP tested, BVD-PI negaDiesel Transfer Tank/Pump: 80 Gal. tive. 5 Bar Angus. Aric, 970-629-1818, RDS Mfg. Truck Tank/15 gpm Fill-Rite Stacy, 970-824-6702. DC pump. $375.00 846-5860.
Price Mine Service will be holding a 32 hour underground MSHA class June 10, 11, 12 and 13th. For more information please call 970-824-4300.
Free mammograms and pap tests for women age 40-64, uninsured or underinsured call NWCOVNA at 879-1632 or 824-8233.
Custom haying, small bales 3x3â€™s and round bales available. Newer equipment. BUYING ANTLERS! I will be in Craig, Sun- Cash payment or shares. Call day June 2nd in the parking lot west of 970-629-9299, leave a message. Assorted Steel Buildings JW Snacks. Buying all grades as well as Apt available after May 20, 6 mo. Lease Value discounts as much as 30% VEHICLES FOR CASH mounts and skulls. 970-846-9132 Curt needed, furnished, 1BD/1Bath, living Erection info available rm., kitchenette, on bus route, NS/NP, up to $1200!! LOST: Female white cat with Source#18X $675/mo. Inc. utilities, 970-846-3986. black/brown spots off CR105. Call 800-964-8335 AMERICAN TOWING 970-620-6309 CRAIG: 2BD, choose from a top notch 970-819-5957 selection of finishes in a quiet neighborCONTAINER SERVICE AVAILABLE FOUND: Nikon Coolpix, L22 Digital Cam- hood with opportunities during this diffiCat Challenger 4WD tractor. Loader, era on RCR 179 between Oak Creek and cult economy.Call 970-629-8262. 7-foot bucket, cab, heater, air, 65 hp, Milner. Filled w/ many pictures of outonly 820 hours. $32,500. Call 879-5029 FREE: 6 person working hot tub with door adventures. Found in Small Camoucover, u-haul. Call 256-683-6848. or 846-7090 flage Case. 970-367-1950. FREE Kittens Calico mix and Gray. LOST: 5/23 Nikon Camera on bike path. 970.819.5577 or 970.846.9904 Reward for return of memory stick. firstname.lastname@example.org WE WANT TO BUY YOUR SCRAP METAL, ALUMINIUM, COPPER, BATTERIES, unwanted & abandoned
Allis-Challmers 5020 Compact Tractor/ Loader 1000 hours. 1 owner, garged everynight since new!! Manuals, $9,000. 970.879.0857
TOP $ paid (up to $1000) for unwanted and abandoned vehicles (970)-879-1179
Ron Denning â€œThe Gold Guyâ€? Ron provides immediate payment for your old gold jewelry, nuggets, Kuggerands, platinum, sterling silver, flatwear, silver electrical contacts, coins before 1964. Call Ron at 970-390-8229 with questions. ronthegoldguy.com
3 Gorgeous black lab pups, 5 months old, 2 male/1 female. s/n/s. Very Sweet, need great homes. Small adoption fee applies. Call: 970-879-2510. Old English Bulldogs. Brindles, Whites and Fawn & Whites, Super Rare Liter, Ready May 31st. $800. 970-755-5543.
CRAIG: SPRING SPECIAL 1, 2 and 3BDs, $475-$525-$625. Air conditioning, Dishwashers, microwaves, new carpet, pet friendly. Includes gas, water, sewer, trash. Braveson Manor-(Craig). 970-620-3296.
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CRAIG:Furnished, upstairs 2BD apartment. $590 plus electric, $550 SD. No Pets. Application. Hix Apartments, 734 Country Club Dr. 970-824-3511(h), 970-824-5766(w).
STEAMBOAT: 2 BR, 1 BA, Villas at WC, quiet, views, furnished, garage, FP WD DW NS NP $1,300 1 yr / $1,350 6 mo 970-879-0080.
STEAMBOAT: 2 BR, 2 BA, Yampa View Condo, fully furnished, all utilities inCRAIG:Taking applications for 2BD, 1BA cluded, wireless internet, cable tv, apartment, all utilities paid. No pets. Call washer and dryer in unit. No Pets, No 970-824-2706 smoking. Flexable lease terms. Call Joy 303-717-3766.
CLARK:Willow Creek Pass. 3BD, 3BA. STEAMBOAT: New, 4 BR, 5 BA, 3,200 2-car garage, WD, NS, NP. Must See! sqft. luxury townhouse, pool, hot tub, $1300+utilities. 970-734-7435 or sauna, fitness room. 1.5 miles to resort, 3 miles to town. Well furnished, 970-879-1878. washer/dryer, gas stove. Heated drive, 2-car garage. Each BR w/ private bath. CRAIG: Very Nice, 4BR/3BA, Garage, Master bath w spa tub, steam shower. Fenced, Sprinkler, 2 Sheds, Extra Park- Hot tub. 12 month lease; $3600/month ing, W/D, N/S. Call 970-326-6073 or 9708464597 email@example.com 970-824-5488.
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CRAIG: 2BD/1BA TOWNHOME STEAMBOAT:Whistler Village 2BD, 1BA. Behind East School, Pellet stove. $700/Month includes utilities. $700 De- WD, cable, private deck, hot tub/ pool, NS, NP. First, last, deposit. $950 Availaposit NS 970-826-4762. ble NOW! 970-756-0056. CRAIG: 2BR/2BA, Fenced Yard, 1300Sq/Ft, W/D, N/S. 2BR/1.5BA, Fenced Yard, W/D, N/S, 326-6073 & 824-5488.
STEAMBOAT:Furnished 1800sf 3BD/3.5BA Mountain,Walk-inClosets, Open Floorplan,Laundry room W/D,Private Hottub,Garage,Busroute. $1900/mo.(631)-617-3886
STEAMBOAT: 2BD, 1BA Available Immediately Powder Ridge, NS, NP, $925+Electric - 1st, Last, Security Deposit. 970-819-2300. STEAMBOAT: 2BD/2BA, Lease term flexible, on mountain, oversized 1-car garage w/storage, W/D, no dogs, cats ok, part. furn. $1300 970.846.1708
Woodbridge Townhome 3 bedrooms/2bath/1car garage, w/d, large kitchen, on the mountain, semi-furnished, walking paths, park nearby, bus. No Smoking/No Pets $1600 Axis West Realty 970-879-8171 or 970-846-1052 Evlyn Berge-Broker
HAYDEN: End Unit Townhome @ Creek View, 2BD/2.5BA, Low Util., Garage, W/D, FP, yard, NS. $1045. Month (970)819-5587 Pix @ www. AllAroundProperties.com/rentals.php
STEAMBOAT: Furnished bedrooms in middle-aged furnished downtown home. Deck, Cable, WiFi, W/D, NS/NP, Share w/ 1 $500-$800/Month 970-879-8793.
Steamboat: Looking for a 3rd person to rent a room in a 4 bd douplex. W/D in unit! all utilites+ wifi included. $600/mo. close to bus route. N/P 505.697.2387
HAYDEN:Live/Work Unit. 2bd/2.5ba, 1150 sq/ft of living area, 1150sq/ft of garage/work space. $1500 month+Utilites. 970.819.8593
CRAIG:3BD, 1BA. $1100 Utilities included. New flooring. 1-Car Garage, Yard. NP, NS, Available June 1st. Call STEAMBOAT:High-End Luxury Rental on 970-326-3740. Mountain. Panoramic Views of Valley, P r i v a t e - D r i v e , 3-Master-Suites+Den/Media Room, CRAIG:7BD, 2.5BA, W/D included, nice 5BA, 2-Car Garage, Beautifully Furfenced yard. $1800 monthly +deposit. nished, Top Appliances: Granite/Steam NS, pets negotiable. Available June. Showers, N/S. Long-Term $5500 970-326-3740. 846-3353. HAYDEN: End Unit Townhome @ Creek View, 3BD/2BA, low util., garage, deck, W/D, FP, NS. $1195 month HAYDEN: 3 BR, 2 BA, 2-car garage, W/D, HAYDEN: 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Duplex. (970)819-5587 Pix @ www. Storage shed, Nice yard with patio. Hot Quiet Location with Yard. No Pets. CRAIG: 3 BR, 2 BA $650.00/mo includes AllAroundProperties.com/rentals.php $500/Month Plus Utilities. Call: tub. Great neighborhood. $1450, water/sewer/trash. $600DD, 970-846-3954. 970-819-1271. 970-824-5450.
STEAMBOAT: 1BR 1Bath apartment Deer Mountain Estates available July 1, pet negotiated. W/D, N/S $900 month plus utilities, security deposit. 1 year lease. Call 970-846-1669
HAYDEN: 4 BR, 2 BA, House, 12 months HAYDEN: Small, Clean, 2BR Trailer. W/D, lease, Large Fenced in Yard, Attached Mudroom. Perfect for 1 person or couGarage, $1250.00, 970-819-0097. ple. Pets Neg. $500/Mo. 1st, Last, S/D. References 970-819-3546 or 879-0682.
CRAIG:Welcome Home- Clean, Quiet Community located near college & hospital. 2BD/2BA Apts. Updated Carpet, Hardwood Floor, Tile, Water, Sewer, Garbage Paid! All Appliances including disposal. Pet friendly, Starting at $550 Timberglen Apts. 3465 Douglas St. 970-620-3296 970-824-9791
DOWNTOWN STEAMBOAT: 1 BR/BA, Center of down town. Perfect for a single person or a couple. $850, NS, W/D. Pets possible. Available June 1. Call or Text: 970-846-7256.
STEAMBOAT: Downtown. Rustic, clean 2/1 available June. Gas heat, W/D, small pet considered. $950. See phot o s : 9 7 0 - 7 3 4 - 4 9 1 9 http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/vie w/2693405
STEAMBOAT: Alpine Ridge 2BD/2BA, CRAIG:1900s.f. 3BD/2BA on acreage 1-Car Garage, unfurnished, New Carpet, w/huge garage. $1300/month plus utiliW/D, NS/NP, $1295/Month, Year Lease. ties . (303) 815-0621. 865-566-7216.
STEAMBOAT: 3 BR, 2 BA, House, CO, 80487, 12 months lease, unfurnished, 1600 sq. ft., W/D, Microwave, Dishwasher, Nice family neighborhood, OAK CREEK:3 bed/2 bath Duplex, fenced across from bike path, beautiful views, yard, views, Sunny deck, hardwood just west of downtown. No smoking. No floors, In-floor heat, W/D, NS. Available pets. , $ $1450/month, 970-879-0655 . Now $1000/mo. 970.846-2127
STEAMBOAT:Clean 2 room studio w/ full bath located in Dream Island. NS, NP, STEAMBOAT:4BD/2.5BA +Den Mtn. Du6-month lease. $500 monthly includes plex. $2350 incl. all util.. 2-Garage. N/S. Pet considered. On Bus Route. Avail. mid utilities. 970-819-9973 or 879-0261. July. 846-9251 or 846-9255 after 3pm.
2 BD/1 BA Whistler Remodeled, Sunny Corner Unit, Granite Counters, Maple Cabinets,HEW/D, Pool/Hottub, N/S,N/P Avail 6/1 $1,100/Mo.Caroline 846-4240.
Steamboat: Sunny 2BD/1.5BA, Beautifully Furnished, impeccably clean! , W/D, Deck. Mnt. Views Amenities. 846-6717. Longterm,NS/NP,$1150/Mo+last/deposit
CRAIG:Share large home in country with mature lady, Private bath, NS, No Drugs. $400/mo. Utilities included. 824-1766 leave message.
STEAMBOAT:1BD with private bath in spacious 4BD, 4BA townhome located off Hilltop Parkway. Young professional preferred. Great relaxed atmosphere. NP. $500 monthly +utilities. Available Immediately. 970-819-3645.
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STEAMBOAT:Clean 2BD/1BA located in Very nice 2bd/1ba duplex for rent. Very Dream Island. NS, NP, 6-month lease. clean, quiet neighborhood. W/D hook$805 monthly includes utilities. ups, No pets, $650/mo. h20, sewer and 970.819.9973 or 970-879-0261. trash included. 824-8747 leave message
3+ BR, 2 Â˝ Bath Log home on 5 acres in quiet Deer Mountain Estates available July 1. W/D, granite kitchen, hardwood floors, storage shed, deck and gorgeous views. N/S, Pets considered. $2100 month plus utilities, security deposit, 1 year lease. Call 970-846-1669.
â€œPlus May Move-In Incentiveâ€? Craig: 1BD $395 / 2BD $475 Safe, Quiet, Park-Like Setting (970) 824-6051 (limited offer)
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The Ponds at Steamboat Two Bedroom Apartments per/bed and per/room rates available! www.pondsatsteamboat.com 970-871-5140 The Ultimate Steamboat Address, Mountain Village Apts. Very Nice, Bright & Spacious â€˘1BD,1BA, $750. â€˘ 2BD, 2 Full Bath, $950 â€˘3BD, 2 full Bath, $1100. Full Sized WD in unit, Patio, Storage, Walk-in Closets. Walk to Mountain. Bus Route, Mail Delivery. Includes Partial Utilities, 12 Month Lease Required 970-870-1719 www.steamboatapartments.com
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970-824-3445 Beautiful remodeled 2BR/1BA in peaceful Yampa, about 30 miles south of Steamboat. W/D, DW, woodstove, elec baseboard heat. Garage with woodstove/elec and fenced yard for good dog with ref. $800 per month, first/last $500 deposit. firstname.lastname@example.org .
105 E. Victory Way, Craig, CO 81625
11 E. Victory Way See all listings at Craig, CO 81625 www.remax.com Each ofďŹ ce independently 970-824-7000 owned and operated
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HAYDEN: Looking for a Large Mechanical Shop with 2 Bays? Property includes 2 Lots, and 2+Bedroom, 2 Bath Ranchstyle Home. $234,800. Stinnett Realty (970)846-3805.
STEAMBOAT:Looking for a quiet roommate to share a 2 BR, 2 BA condo, Furnished, $525+electric, on the mountain, 970-819-2642.
734 Lincoln Avenue.Prime retail location. Ready to move in. Wide plank wood floors, high tin ceiling & quarry rock stone. Beautiful historic building. Great location and space. Must see and compare with other available space. Call Lori for details 970.846.7694
LOCATED ON 5 FENCED ACRES: 3 Bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with a classy loft overlook. Oversized garage/shop with room enough for 2 veSTEAMBOAT:2300+sqft Warehouse hicles and 4-h livestock or storage. This Space plus 450+sqft Office Space Con- home is in excellent condition with upveniently Located at the Copper Clock dated tile bathrooms, new flooring and a Building. Central Park Mgmt 879-3294. covered patio. Could easily be modified into a 5 bedroom home. Call 970-824-3481 $262,500 STEAMBOAT:Upstairs 837 Lincoln Ave. Office space. $395 monthly FORCLOSURES includes utils. Clean and ready for SHORT SALES occupancy. 970-846-3325 and BANK OWNED 970-879-2438. PROPERTIES GO TO: SteamboatBankOwned.com Young Professional looking for a one or two bedroom apartment or a small house to rent. Looking for July 1st- move in. 720-939-5090
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2005 Nissan Maxima, Sporty! 2002 Toyota Camry, Very Nice! 1999 Nissan Maxima Bargain-priced! Tom Reuter Dealer, checkpointautosales.com. Full Warranties
2008 Ford Focus SE Auto, Great on fuel! Come by and drive $9900 #p2206a2 ask for Schnack 2607 E..Highway-40
NEW! 2011 CanAm Outlander MAX2-UP 650STD $7,299 Save $2,150!
Attractive, Well Built Cabin. Buyer moves. 540sq/ft plus loft. 20 mile area. Make Offer! 970.223.3255
NEW! 2011 CanAm Outlander Winch, Bumpers, P/S, $7,999 Save $3,000!
HAYDEN: Charming and Private! 2 bedroom, 1 bath on .25 Acres. Mature Landscaping with 1 car Garage. $125,000. Stinnett Realty (970)846-3805.
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Rocky Mountain Automotive Used Car Sales! Ask about our used car warranty! • ‘08 Chevy 2500 HD STK # 13-04 • ‘07 Chevy 1500 XCab STK # 13-02 • ‘00 VW Passat STK # 12-38 • ‘99 Ford Ranger STK # 13-13 • ‘01 Chevy S10 STK # 13-12 www.rockymountainautocraig.com
2011 Polaris Ranger Steel-Cab/Power Steering! $10,499
Serving the Yampa Valley since 1980! 1694 Yampa Ave • 824-5749
PISA’S is for sale. As is $90,000 + inventory. Call Chris 970-871-0123 Amazing offices for rent next to Staples and Walgreens. Former Coldwell Bankers . 6 Office upstairs and 1 large office downstairs. Size between 150 and 250 sqft. Views of Ski Area. Parking. There is common bathroom, kitchen, front desk and conference room. Utilities inluded. Rent all or just one. Flexible lease . Available now. Please call Michael at 970-691-0251
Longtime successful Restaurant for sale. Explore your passion and be your own boss. Serious inquiries only! Contact PRICE REDUCED! FSBO, $239,000, 179 email@example.com Woodbury Drive, 2 stories, 4BD/3BA, 2304sf, 2-car grg, AC, all new kitchen appliances, & RV parking 970.824-4868
Expand or upgrade your office Prestigious Fox Creek Park has finished offices or create to your specifications 144-1800 sq. ft. (970) 879-9133
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2011 Polaris Ranger w/ Warranty! $9,999
On Mountain, overlooking pond. Upper: 2bd/1ba+study & utility, Lower:2bd/1ba, Great investment! 1,950sq/ft, 3381 Apre STEAMBOAT: 2bd/1ba Trailer in Dream Island 14x70, Mud Room, Small Fenced Ski Way. $459K 970.846.6184 Yard $15,000 obo. 970.819.7327
2008 Honda Element EX Less than 21K miles, Automatic, Sat. Radio, Power Everything!! Moon roof, Running boards, Dick Cepek 17x37’s 50% tread, great all Custom Wheels, Luggage rack, AC, around tires. Scherer 819-6768 AWD, Back Seats have never been used! Like NEW! $22,500 obo 303.229.2297
1973 Crestliner 17’ 15 horse power, I/O, Runs good, with trailer, Needs a little work. $850, 846-6979
craigpowersports.com 35 and 40 Acre lots East and North of Craig, $100,000 each. $5,000 down 6% wells and electricity, OWC 970.824.4256
Professional Downtown Spaces at The Lorenz Building 235-325sqft. Off Street Parking. New Heating/Cooling System. Central Park Management 879-3294.
Lot-143 Southshore at Stagecoach, Shoshone Way, Great Water Views, Near Bike Path, Almost 1-Acre. WONT LAST! Asking $17,500/ Make offer.Contact Markis at firstname.lastname@example.org
If You’re Not Living on The Edge, You’re Taking Up too Much Room!
Kayak and River Equipment Swap Backdoor Sports (9th and Yampa St) Sat- ‘08 Lexus IS 250, AWD, 1 Owner! 64,000 urday June 1st at 9am $10 charge for mi, Auto, V6, Moon roof, Power everythitems to be sold (970)879-6249. ing, 2 sets of tires, $20,500. Suzanne 970.846.1087
1991 Volvo 940 SE Luxury wagon 153,000 miles. Gold with leather interior. Runs great.. $2,400 OBO. 970-846-9901
Rural Baggs, WY 3000 sqft octagon log home +5 acres. Lodge-style, 3bdrm, extensively remodeled. 63’ Greatroom. $385,000. By appt only: 720-218-4802
STEAMBOAT: Great Commercial Rental! 1250 Sq/Ft. 2780 Acre Ln. off Downhill Dr. ONLY $900 monthly. 846-4671 or 846-5300
4BD/2BA ON 15-ACRES, 2-living room areas, stainless appliances, granite countertops, hardwood floors, huge attached garage/shop. Amazing views! 11-miles W. of Steamboat, Saddle Mountain Ranchettes, bring your toys! $399,000. 970-879-8376 or 970-846-8758.
Copper Ridge Live/Work Unit A very nice space to live, be creative, do business. Upper level living space w/Am. Clay walls, reclaimed wood, period lighting, fireplace, and a sunny deck. Clean lower level work spaces, ADA bath. Covered entry/parking. Reasonable HOA fees. $429,000 (970)846-5860
NEW! 2012 CamAm-Commanders, BLOWOUT....Sale!
2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid Sunroof, leather, Save on Fuel! Only $$14,900 #P2222A Ask for Ben 2012 Chevrolet Malibu LTZ Leather, Power, Sunroof, V6 Stock#10513 $18,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
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2005 Honda Pilot, 2002 Jeep Wrangler, Trail-ready! 2005 Durango SLT! 2004 Grand Cherokee,Tom Reuter 875-0700 checkpointautosales.com
***40 VEHICLES STOCKED! FINANCING FOR WORKING PEOPLE! $500 DOWN PAYMENT. NO CREDIT CHECK. 12,000-MILE WARRANTIES! Tom Reuter, www.checkpointautosales.com 970-875-0700.
Inside Storage (May-September) $60 per sled free trailer storage. Stock Drive Storage 970-824-3005.
2010 Chevrolet Equinox LT2 AWD, One Owner, Super Clean! $16900 #J6353A ask for Mike
2011 Ford Edge Limited 4x4 Leather, Sunroof, One owner, Super clean! Got to get this one! ONLY $25900 #f6354a Rupert
2000 BobCat 873G, 55hp, 2,500 hours. Tires are in great shape, Chains for tires too! $11,500. Contact 970.819.3529 or 970.871.6885
2000 Yamaha Virago 2,500 miles, V-Twin, 50+mpg. ONLY $1700!! 970.846.2037
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2002 Chevy Tahoe, RED! 2002 Chevrolet Blazer, Great! 2005 Subaru Forester, Sweet! Tom Reuter, Dealer, 875-0700. checkpointautosales.com. 12,000 Mile Warranties.
1998 Nissan Pathfinder 4X4 V6 Auto,165K-Mi., AC, PL/PW, Cruise, New timing belt, struts, brakes, roof rack, runs perfect $4,925. 970-846-5188.
2012 Kia Sorento AWD, Alloy, All Power, AT Stock# 10577 $23,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2005 Dodge Durango AWD, 98300 miles. Durango in like new condition, New leather and carpet. mechanically perfect. A MUST SEE!. $7900 OBO. 954-805-8500 WD7532@AOL.COM.
2002 GMC 1500 QuadCab, Inexpensive! 2001 Dodge 1500 QuadCab, Fabulous! 1999 Dodge 2500, Strong! 875-0700 checkpointautosales.com.
2007 Ford Explorer XLT AWD, Super Nice! Only $13900 #P2230A ask for Laura
2012 Chevrolet Traverse LT Low Miles, AWD, 3rd Row Stock# 10576 $24,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2005 Chevrolet 2500 Crew Cab 4x4, auto. Got to see this one! Super clean, low miles!$18900 #F6321b ask for Rupert
2012 Equinox AWD LT2 Super Clean! One Owner! Only $16900 #J6353A Ask for Ben
2005 KTM 400 EXC Clean. Well maintained!! Duel sport. Titled and plated already. Oversized gas tank & soft sided bags. $2950 firm 970.819.7671
“2009 Coleman/Fleetwod Pop-up Camper, Like brand NEW only used 6 times!! Downsizing. High ground clearence. water storage, propaine stove. Yakima bike rack on top! $6750 obo. READY to GO!! 303.229.2297”
2005 Chevrolet 2500 CREW LS 4x4, Ready to Go! $17900 #F6321B ask for Mike
2003 GMC Envoy, 130k miles, Excellent condition! Fully loaded! New Tires! Very reliable!$5200/obo Martin 970.819.4765 2007 GMC Yukon Tow Pkg. DVD, 3rd Row Seating 4x4 stock#10581 $24,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4x4 hard top, 5speed Must See only $24900 #F6326a ask for Schnack
1998 Coleman Pop-Up Camper, 14’ Sun Ridge Model, Excellent Condition. $3500. Please call 970-846-7425.
2003 Jeep Grand 4WD 174000 mls. Reliable. Good cond. Tow ready. AC, power w/d, CD $4750. 303-921-2291 2000 Ford Excursion XLT High Miles, LOW PRICE, 4X4, Loaded, Leather, Stock# 10568 $7,995 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
1997 Aerolite 16 ft Camper.Asking $2500, has propane heater, electricity, fridge, toilet/shower, closet and kitchen sink, 2 burner , bed makes into seating area with table, bunk above main bed. 970.819.7776
2007 Nissan Xterra 4wd, Leather, all power, V6 $11,950 stock#10549 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
Auto Parts of Craig, Trailer & Truckbed Sales, Trailer, RV & Marine Parts, Trailer Repair, Hitch installs. Bait & Tackle (970)824-6544
2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4 Limited Must See!! Only $14,600 #J6416A Ask for Laura
1983 Alfa. Great starter camper! 35’. Slide, fridge, tub/shower. $2000. 5th Whl 720-383-5615 email@example.com
2012 Santa Fe AWD, Great MPG, Low Miles Stock# 10514 Clearance $19,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
‘02 Lexus LX 470, AWD, V-8, 96K miles, Pearl w/gold trim, Leather, power everything! Excellent cond. Nav System. New Blizzacks. Upgraded sound system $23,000.970.846.5416 or 970.638.1023
2005 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4, Loaded, Bed Liner, DVD Stock# 10617 $27,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2007 Ram Mega Cab SLT 4X4, Hemi, Low Miles, One Owner! Stock# 10575 $23,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2009 Ford Ranger Super Clean, Super Cab Low Miles, XLT,AT, 4x4 Stock# 10386 $17,250 NorthwestAutoGMC.net