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Fuller Center helps families in need By ANDIE TESSLER DAILY PRESS WRITER
CRAIG — It may look like an empty lot now, but by the end of summer volunteers with the Moffat County Fuller Center for Housing will transform the overgrown patch of weeds in the 700 block of Yampa Avenue into a new handicap-accessible duplex for two fortunate Craig families. The Fuller Center became a reality in 2005 when Habitat for Humanity founders Millard and Linda Fuller parted ways with their blueprint company to start a faith-driven and Christcentered philanthropy model that still focused on providing shelter to low-income and poverty-level families. There already have been three applications submitted for consideration, and one family has been chosen. The basic criteria under consideration are applicant need, willingness to partner with the volunteers and work on the home and the ability of the applicant to pay the mortgage on their new home in installments of their choosing. “We’re hoping to get underway in the next couple, three weeks,” said Neil Folks, president of MCFCH. “Right now it’s all about raising the funds and the volunteers. There were actually quite a few people who wanted to get in on the ground floor.” The organization has been in Craig for two years, but this will be the first home constructed under its auspices. “We looked into Habitat for Humanity but they don’t work
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MOFFAT COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPROVED a new health care clinic in Craig on Tuesday, which will be located at 551 Tucker St. The house at one time was used as a dentist office and later turned into a health clinic for war veterans.
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CRAIG — Moffat County’s commissioners approved a new health care clinic Tuesday, paving the way for vendor Care Here to open a free clinic in Craig for Moffat County government employees and their families. The purpose of the clinic is to give Moffat County employees a different option for basic health care needs and to save the county money, Human Resources Director Lynette Running said. “Many employees don’t want
to take time off work, pay the co-pay and go see their doctor,” Running said, noting that a free clinic with night and weekend hours might entice county employees to take better care of their health. “We have several employees that won’t even go to the doctor.” Not everyone agrees with the new clinic. Many in the community are concerned that it
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will take business away from The Memorial Hospital and local doctors. Another concern is that the clinic is limited to a certain group of people, said Craig resident Neil McCandless. “The main concern is that it’s only for county employees, and it’s not helping the health needs for the community,” he said. “A lot of people who don’t have insurance won’t be able to go there. You take part of the business away from the hospital clinic — it’s certainly going to feel the effect, I think.” Running hopes that it actually will create business for
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the hospital and local doctors because those who go to the clinic for preventative care and find that they have a particular ailment will then be referred to the hospital or local doctors for further care. The new health care clinic is an option the county has been evaluating for the past year to reduce costs and improve the health of its workers. The county outlined several of its reasons for opening the clinic: ■ Moffat County has a highcost, self-insured insurance plan, and the plan pays dollar See CLINIC on page 2 Datebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Entertainment . . . . . . . . . . 16 Lottery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Weather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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of less than 15,000,” Folks said. “The Fuller Center will come in pretty much anywhere. They’re much more willing to work with the small towns.” Towns that wish to become part of the Fuller Center organization sign an agreement stating that both entities will work as partners for building new homes and renovating old ones. “I’m not sure you have to have any sort of training to come out and help,” said volunteer Mel Duran. “I’m a carpenter, but there are a bunch of younger kids volunteering, too.” Folks just hopes that the residents and businesses of Moffat County will throw their combined energy and resources behind the project. Walmart already has committed a team of employees for one weekend of the build, and Folks hopes more large companies follow suit. “Craig still has a pretty depressed economy,” Folks said.
for dollar for all of its employees’ medical bills up to $80,000 per person. ■ Care Here clinic will have one doctor or a physician’s assistant and one nurse. It also will provide free 20-minute examinations and cover the costs of lab fees, generic prescriptions and health risk assessments. ■ The annual clinic costs are estimated at $214,138, which includes initial set-up, supplies and the cost to operate the facility. Currently, the county pays roughly $117 per person for a private-sector doctor’s office visit. The average cost for an office visit to the free clinic comes to $85.79 per person for the county. ■ The free clinic does not push additional costs on to taxpayers. It’s funded out of the county’s Health and Welfare fund. “We’re spending this money whether we have a clinic or
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IN JUST A FEW WEEKS, THIS VACANT LOT will be swarming with Fuller Center for Housing volunteers using their time and energy to give some new neighbors a place to call home.
“We’d love to hear from some of the big companies around here.” MCFCH works diligently to keep the cost of construction to a minimum, such as no profit and no interest mortgages, volunteer labor and donated materials. An engineer will evaluate the site
next week and clear the $53,000 project for construction. “I’m just waiting for the call from the guys that are doing it,” Duran said. “We’re going to get out there and work hard and build this thing from the foundation up.”
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not,” Running said to the commissioners. “It’s preventative care for employees.” All three commissioners were supportive of the clinic. “I like the fact that we’re using the free market to save money,” Commissioner John Kinkaid said. The county recently bought a three-bedroom house at 551 Tucker St. for $99,900. The house at one time was used as a dentist office and later turned into a health clinic for war veterans. Every bedroom is equipped with a sink, making it good fit for a health care clinic, Running said. The property was purchased for county offices or for county services, Running said, adding that it will now house the free health care facility. “After Obamacare kicks in, when everyone has (health insurance), you’re going to find it hard to get into (privatesector) clinics,” Commissioner Tom Mathers said. “I just know that this is the new way that people are going to get health care. To me, the initial thing is an education process. Everyone needs to get all the facts.” The county also highlighted that it expects to see a return on investment after the first 18 months. “We’re estimating somewhere between $250,000 to $300,000 in savings over a three-year period,” Running said, noting that those saving would occur after the clinic expenses have been deducted. “I think it’s a great idea,” Commissioner Chuck Grobe said.
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Lay School to hold a workday on Saturday
The Augusta Wallihan Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution will hold a workday at the Lay School at 9 a.m. Saturday. Members of the community are encouraged to bring gloves, hand tools and anything else that will help. Lunch will be provided. The school, which is owned by the chapter, recently was listed on the National Register of Historic
Places. When it is restored, it will become an interpretive center for students and the public to learn about the history of Northwest Colorado. For more information, call Shannan Koucherik at 970824-9518.
mer meals to all children younger than 18 at the Boys and Girls Club of Craig. Meals are provided between 11:20 a.m. and noon Monday through Friday. Meals must be eaten on site. There is no cost, and children do not have to be a member to enjoy lunch.
vides medical foot care clinics for older adults from 8 a.m. to noon every Wednesday at The Journey, 1150 W. Ninth St., and from 9 to 11 a.m. the first three Thursdays of each month at Sunset Meadows I, 633 Ledford St. Clinics include consultation, foot inspections and toenail trim. The co-pay is $20. Call 970-8751884 to make an appointment.
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Class of 1949 reunion is scheduled for July 13 The Class of 1949 is planning a reunion and luncheon July 13 at the Center of Craig. The highlight of the gathering will be the honoring of former teachers Miss Rose Elnor Hamman and Mrs. Stella Hall. Any of their friends or past students are welcome to attend. For reservations, call Benna Haughey at 970-824-2771.
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Moffat County Jail Friday, May 31 Kendal Rose Snyder, 19, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a court order. Rusty Alan Neal, 46, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a court order. Andrew David Sexton, 25, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of first-degree criminal trespass and indecent exposure to an adult. Tara Nicole Montoya, 22, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of domestic violence and criminal mischief. Saturday, June 1 William B. Cordaro, 39, of Fort Worth, Texas, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of littering and driving under the influence of alcohol. Daniel Coleman Gagon, 33, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a warrant. Joshua B. Flaharty, 25, of Oak Creek, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of child abuse, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and authorized possession. Nicole Kay Granados, 24, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of theft. Elizabeth Rita Cox, 24, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of child abuse, unlawful possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug
paraphernalia and authorized possession. Sunday, June 2 Eugene D. Pauley, 51, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of driving while ability impaired, driving with improperly attached number plates and driving with improper tail lamps and reflectors. Faye Christine Maki-Witcher, 49, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of driving under revocation. Brooke Leah Etzler, 31, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of bond revocation. Angela Kristen Budge, 25, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a warrant. Anthony Barry Wah Fong Maug, 22, of Honolulu, Hawaii, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of failing to obey the speed limits. Monday, June 3 Jesus Lopez-Nepomuceno, 40, of Wenatchee, Wash., was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of failing to obey the speed limit and criminal possession of a forged instrument. David Andrew Burns-Guevara, 18, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on suspicion of violating a restraining order and illegal possession of ethyl alcohol by a minor. Christie Lee Niles, 25, of Craig, was booked into Moffat County Jail on a warrant.
Craig Police Department Thursday, May 30 1 p.m. Officers responded to the 800 block of Pershing Street for an animal complaint. A woman was issued a summons for a prohibited vicious dog and animals at large after her dog got out of the yard and attacked another dog. The injured dog later died. 1:11 p.m. Officers responded to the intersection of Colorado Street and Victory Way for a domestic violence complaint. A man was issued a summons. Friday, May 31 1:10 p.m. Officers responded to the 300 block of Russell Street for a report of domestic violence. A woman was arrested and issued a summons for criminal mischief and domestic violence. Saturday, June 1 1:53 p.m. Officers responded to the 200 block of West Victory Way for a report of theft. A woman was arrested and issued a summons for theft of merchandise. Monday, June 3 12:27 a.m. Officers responded to the 600 block of Ledford Street for an arrest. A man was arrested for violating a restraining order, and a woman was written a summons for illegal possession by a minor. 5:21 p.m. Officers responded to the 600 block of Washington Street for an arrest. A woman was arrested for violating a restraining order, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance.
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Love INC provides charity in Craig By ANDIE TESSLER DAILY PRESS WRITER
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STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN A GAME at Rising Star Youth Training Center on Tuesday during gymnastics practice.
Rising Star Youth Training Center opens to gymnasts By NATE WAGGENSPACK DAILY PRESS WRITER
Like us on Facebook for more news qualifying gymnast from Casper, Wyo., who, when she heard about a new gymnastics school opening in Craig, wanted to be involved. “I’m excited to see these girls have potential and grow into it,” Balfour said. “They all love gymnastics, and I’m excited to have gymnastics back in my life. It will be cool to watch the girls grow.” Other coaches Grant, Britany Nielson and Morgan Carrico make it possible for the staff to handle lots of participants. “I just like that we have coaches here who can get (gymnasts) to that level,” Grant said. “You need to have that guidance because it’s so hands on.” Rising Star will offer 11 classes beginning this week, for newcomers and more experienced gymnasts. It also will have classes for children from 8 months old (with parents) to high school ages. While the focus for business is gymnastics, it is also important to Winder for it to be a destination for any interested child. “It’s all about the kids,” she said. “I want them to have a place to go that is theirs. There are so many gyms, bars or businesses that people associate with around town. Kids don’t have that other than school. I want anyone to know they can come here, and it will be a fun and safe place for them.”
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PATRICIA JONES AND HER DAUGHTER RACHAEL JONES clean out a Craig apartment used to provide temporary emergency housing for those in need in Craig and throughout the Yampa Valley. Jones is the executive director for Love INC.
Jones said. The price of the program for Love INC is $500 a month, pretty steep even with the extended network of resources, Jones said. A Yampa Valley Community Foundation grant of $1,500 received at the beginning of the year has been entirely spent. For advocates of the program, however, the reward is well worth the price. The entire goal of Love INC is to help people in times of need regain their independence and stability. The Emergency Housing Program has a more than 80 percent success rate. Unlike other charitable organizations, Love INC is not based on a top-down or agency model. Instead, individuals referred to Love INC by churches or agencies have their needs assessed at what is known as the clearinghouse. The clearinghouse acts as a liaison between agencies and multiple churches, as well as a central hub for assistance planning. The combined resources from all sources constitute the assistance package. “People call us here (at the clearinghouse) and we send them where they need to go,” Jones said. “Really, this is by the
churches and for the churches. If we didn’t have them, there’d be no Love INC.” Every church has the opportunity to choose a cause to promote and develop its own ministry. The Seventh-day Adventist Church of Craig provides kitchen and bedroom necessities, Craig Christian Church provides personal items and Calvary Baptist Church of Craig is home to the largest food pantry in the area. “We lease out the office space for Love INC,” said Diane King, administrative assistant for St. Michaels Catholic Church. “We also provide a free lunch on Tuesdays and free dinners on Thursdays.” Other churches focus on addressing needs on a case-bycase basis. “Pat (Jones) will let me know if she has someone with specific needs,” Pastor Tim Douglas, of Ridgeview Church of God of Craig, said. “I’ll help her figure out what to do for that person or find out where the best place for them to go is. We make sure they get what they need.” If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, Love INC can be reached at 970-826-4400.
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CRAIG — The gymnastics scene in Craig has stepped up its game, rolling out a new facility along with new coaches earlier this week. Rising Star Youth Training Center had its grand opening Monday at 538 Pershing St., next to the post office. To kick off the celebration, the facility hosted a youth gymnastics camp Monday and Tuesday. Cammy Winder, the gym’s coowner and manager, decided to start the new business after being the instructor at Gym Star, which was a gymnastics and cheer business that used to be located in Centennial Mall in Craig. “We bought their equipment — not their name — and started our own business,” Winder said, referring to herself and her husband, Shane Winder. When tracking down a new location, the Winders thought the 9,700-square-foot location next to the post office would be out of their price range. But the spot, which has been vacant for months and home to bars and nightclubs most recently, turned out to be a fit they could afford. “I think so many people didn’t want a bar there, and a gymnastics facility is not that,” Cammy Winder said. “It seemed out of range for a brand-new, tiny business, but we did a lot of praying.” Almost all the gymnastics equipment has been moved into the new gym, Cammy Winder said. It has equipment for all four gymnastics events — balance beam, bars, vault and floor routine. The bigger excitement, though, is the new coaches who will help her at Rising Star. “Here, I’ve got real coaches with years of experience in gymnastics,” she said. Kaitlyn Balfour “is a level-nine gymnast, (Leah Grant) is level six and she’s been coaching for two years. I’m really excited about this group.” Balfour was a four-time state
CRAIG — For the past 10 years, Love INC has been providing a safety net for Craig and Yampa Valley residents who have fallen on hard times. The collaboration of local churches arose from the need to better organize and distribute assistance throughout the community. In total, there are 157 Love INC networks throughout the United States. The various charities realized that some individuals were abusing the system by going from church to church and receiving assistance from each. The churches decided amongst themselves that there had to be a better way, and thus a Love INC chapter in Yampa Valley was born. “One of our big things is that people can call and ask for anything,” said Executive Director of Love INC Patricia Jones. “Then we’ll contact the various churches and see what resources we have for them.” The ministry receives requests for a vast array of needs, including basics like food, personal items and clothing. It is not unheard of for people to have their pets spayed or neutered through the organization. One vital resource that Love INC provides and that, according to Jones, few community members are aware of is the Emergency Housing Program. In addition to shelter, it includes all food and personal needs for the duration of a family or individual’s stay. “Our focus is to start a relationship with each person that comes to us, so they know they can trust us to do the best we can to take care of them,” Jones said. “We really want to help people move through their rough times and get back on their feet, help them find employment and see them become successful and independent.” There is one factor that limits what the housing program could achieve: Love INC currently has only one apartment in Craig that provides shelter to those in need. “You never know from week to week how many people will need housing and it’s really hard to decide who gets the apartment,” Are you in the Dark?
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County loses my vote The Moffat County commissioners are so out of this world if they think they are going to save money by opening their own medical clinic and that it won’t cost taxpayers a dime. Well, where is the funding coming from? What about helping with funding at the schools, trying to figure out a way to put more into the hospital that we just had to have or sticking money into some programs for local youths? These are all better options than a private clinic, and I’m sure the public would be more likely to support these options rather than the one the commissioners came up with. They will not get a vote from me again, and I hope it is all short terms for the two new ones. I will be there waving them goodbye. Cory Overton Craig
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School is out; now, it’s time to read fun books By Lance Scranton For the Craig Daily Press
Good job on event Good job to all who helped with Grand Olde West Days. In my opinion, you brought Grand Olde West Days back in Craig, America. We enjoyed all the activities during the weekend. Very well organized. Good job, Melanie. We loved having the bands and beer garden back downtown in the park. It was fun to enjoy the music, food, fun and visiting with people around the community. It’s a lot of work to put on an event like Grand Olde West Days. To everyone who helped, good job and thank you! Carol J. Sloan Craig
Letter of resignation To the residents (and taxpayers) of the Craig Rural Fire Protection District, Craig Fire Board, Craig firefighters and staff: It is with great regret that I submit this letter of resignation as a board member of the Craig Rural Fire Protection District Board of Directors. In October 2005, when I accepted the position as a member of the Board of Directors, I had no idea how it would affect me personally and professionally. Personally, I became a part of the most respected group of people in the world, notwithstanding law enforcement and the military. I gained the utmost respect for each and every one of the firefighters and their families that support them. Professionally, I made a promise to the firefighters and the public. A promise to the public that I would assure that their tax dollars were being spent wisely and that they
would have the best-trained and equipped firefighters available. While I am confident that there are some people out there who will not agree that every dollar we spent was “smart,” I can look anybody in the eye and say that I felt it was money well spent. I committed to do my part to assure that our firefighters had everything they needed to do their jobs safely and efficiently. It was important to me that they had all of the necessary tools and training available, and the payoff for these (oftentimes expensive ventures) first and foremost was that they came home safely every time. It was worth every penny. To the firefighters: The dedication, hard work and pride you have for what you do shows on your faces and in everything you do and everywhere you go. The public looks up to you; never lose sight of why you are there, why you do what you do, and never let the few naysayers make you question your dedication, motives or abilities. To Chris Nichols, John Forgay, and Tony Maneotis: It has been a pleasure working with the three of you, keep up the good work. Keep forging ahead, and try to keep things on track. To the public: Support these brave dedicated people; they are our sons, daughters, husbands, wives, sisters, brothers, friends and neighbors. Never forget that when your house, or any building, is on fire and everybody is running out, your firefighters are running in, and they are not doing it for the money. Support your Fire Board. If you don’t like what they are doing, attend meetings and let them know.
If that fails, run for a position and have them voted out. But be careful of what you ask for; you might get it. The Fire Board has accomplished a lot throughout the years, and I am not so naive as to think that my leaving will make a huge impact on future progress. I hope it doesn’t. I do think the board will continue to strive for excellence and work to keep the firefighters and the public safe. W. Alan Webber Craig
Rummel is mistaken I read with fascination the stories about Mr. Rummel and what he and some of his peers are proposing. It seems to me that he is asking just the opposite of what gun control advocates are asking for. I would not expect a whole community to conform to my beliefs or values. I am not an advocate of gun control, but I do think that two wrongs seldom make a right. As far as economics, why aren’t we asking why the land out by Walmart is going undeveloped? Why aren’t we offering some kind of incentives to try to attract a business here? Hunting is very important to our economy in Craig. If someone chooses to not come and hunt here as a protest, it seems that I might have a better chance of getting the hunting license I am trying to draw. I still amazed at what people think is important, like “the killer deer of Craig” and forcing someone to own a gun. This is America, and we all have a right to an opinion. Mike Flannery Craig
Summer provides ample opportunity to squeeze in some time for reading. Each summer, I try to catch up on my preferential reading and do less purposeful reading. I spend most school terms reading through as many professional books as I can — most having to do with leadership, teaching and coaching. Lance Scranton But summer opens up the possibility to consume some books that aren’t necessarily geared toward professional growth or personal information. Two recommendations made by our high school library aide and reader extraordinaire, Robin Weible, are “Tis” by Frank McCourt and “The Great Santini” by Pat Conroy, which I currently am consuming. Reading always has been a staple around our house, and most of the boys don’t complain too much when we suggest that they read for an hour or so, but we don’t push too hard and try to lead by example. My mother read voraciously and, while I read more than the average child, I certainly wasn’t considered a bookworm. But the example always was there, and as I continued to grow up, it seemed like second nature to read. Anything would do: comic books, engine manuals, magazines and even the odd book. It was difficult to commit to a novel because it just seemed too long and there were too many other important things to do, especially during the summer. What reading has done to increase the quality of my life, how my views are informed, why I believe what I do and where I see myself in our culture cannot be overstated. Reading has provided insight for understanding issues and has given me a sense of empathy for others that I simply wouldn’t have otherwise. Reading, quite simply, does to the intellect what good food does for the soul or what good music does for the spirit. At least that’s what I think.
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Leslie (Les) Elmer Hutton
Leslie Elmer Hutton passed away May 10, 2013, after a long illness. Les was born June 21, 1929, in Mount Harris, to Jim and Violet Lacy. His parents divorced and his mother married Richard Hutton, who adopted Les. Les grew up and attended school in Oak Creek. Les joined the Navy in 1947; he received an honorable discharge in May 1950. He reenlisted in 1951. He completed training as a medical corpsman and served aboard the hospital ship USS Consolation in Korean waters during the Korean War. He received letters of commendation from his commanders for his care of injured soldiers. He received an honorable discharge from the Marine Corps in 1954. While home on leave, he met and married Rose Montoya. Uncertain of his career path after the military, he enrolled at the University of Colorado in the pharmacy program. He
learned of an appliance repair shop for sale in Craig, and Rose and Les settled in Craig in 1956 after they purchased the repair shop. Les was an electronics pioneer. He scouted mountaintops in Western Colorado for the purpose of finding the right location to broadcast television signals to the folks in Western Colorado. For many years Les maintained the TV translators, which meant spending holidays and weekends on mountaintops. Les was very involved in the local Kiwanis Club. He provided the sound for the annual play for 38 years. He served a term as the president of the local club. He served a term also as the state lieutenant governor for the Kiwanis Club for this district. A memorial service was held May 17, 2013, at The Journey at First Baptist church. Pastor Leonard Browning officiated. Honorary pallbearers were Larry Seip, John Allen, Kevin Peck,
Pete Pleasant, Neil McCandless, Nick Studehar and all his fellow Kiwanians. Les is survived by his wife, Rose, of Craig; son Danny, of Craig; daughter Vicki Duncan (Skip), of Craig; grandaughter Jennifer Darveau (Stan), of Craig; and grandson Brett Duncan (Elissa) and greatgrandson Max Duncan, of Kansas City, Kan.; sister-in-law Mary Jane Montoya, of Craig; sister-in-law Mira Muirhead, of Florida; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Kirsten McAlexander graduated summa cum laude with double majors in Criminal Justice and Psychology from the University of Wyoming. She was in the top 1 percent of her graduating class, and she was a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi. McAlexander plans to move to California and hopes to work with juvenile delinquents at a treatment center.
births Brooklyn Reeve Cox May 31, 2013
Michelle and Jerry Cox, of Meeker, announce the birth of their daughter Brooklyn Reeve Cox at 3:26 p.m. May 31, 2013, at The Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her maternal grandparents are Don and Phyllis Myers, of Hamilton, and her great-grandmother is Naomi Durham, also of Hamilton. Her paternal grandparents are Dave and Mary Brown, of Rangely. The babyâ€™s sibling is Hailey Cox.
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Leroy Sheldon Dumas May 24, 2013
Jessica and D.J. Dumas, of Steamboat Springs, announce the birth of their son, Leroy Sheldon Dumas, at 8:27 p.m. May 24, 2013, at Yampa Valley Medical Center. Leroy weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces and was 20 inches long. His siblings are Katelynn, Karianna, Donald Jr. and Waylyn. His grandparents are Vicky Kessler, of Steamboat Springs, Pat Brannan, of Hayden, and Ted Dumas Sr., of Grants Pass, Ore.
Daniel Alexis Ayala May 29, 2013
Claudia Ayala Quezada and Gonzalo Ayala, of Craig, announce the birth of their son, Daniel Alexis Ayala, at 8:57 a.m. May 29, 2013, at The Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 21 inches long.
Adaleigh Grace Letsinger May 26, 2013
Ashley Pacot and William Letsinger, of Craig, announce the birth of their daughter Adaleigh Grace Letsinger at 10:36 p.m. May 26, 2013, at The Memorial Hospital. She weighed 5 pounds, 10 ounces and was 18 1/2 inches long. Her maternal grandparent is Michelle Phillips, of Craig. Her siblings are Hayle and Liam Letsinger and Tyler Perkins.
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Theodore Scott Douglas V May 26, 2013
Cassandra Meyer and Theodore Douglas IV, of Craig, announce the birth of their son Theodore Scott Douglas V, at 12:15 a.m. May 26, 2013, at The Memorial Hospital. He weighed 7 pounds, 1.8 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. His maternal grandparents are Judy Meyer, of Oak Creek, and Saw Wisecup, of Oak Creek. His paternal grandparents are Joanne Douglas, of Edgewater, Fla., and Theodore S. Douglas III, of Edgewater, Fla.
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Michael Kirlan, grieving the loss of his son, shared with hundreds of mourners at Howelsen Hill on Monday how 9-year-old Asher Lillig LesyshenKirlan had hatched a plan to get a little more skiing into his life. Asher, who died Wednesday, was already competing in Nordic combined skiing and Alpine skiing with the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club last winter when he proposed to his father that he add one more sport. Allowing close friend Jamie Adams to speak for him during Monday’s public memorial in downtown Steamboat Springs, Kirlan shared his written thoughts about his son. “Asher was so much a child of Steamboat,” Kirlan wrote. “I often thought of how lucky he was to grow up here. He was the love of my life and he loved life. He wrapped his little arms around it and he swallowed it whole. He wanted to do everything and came close to accomplishing that.” One day, Asher came to his father and said, “Dad, can I ski freestyle, too?” His father pointed out that he already was training five days a week, and the Winter Sports Club doesn’t hold practices on the seventh day. How could he possibly add another discipline of skiing? Asher thought of a way. “Wouldn’t it be cool if there were 10 days in a week and I could ski eight?” he asked his father. Asher was made for Howelsen Hill, and Howelsen Hill was made for him. So it was fitting that hundreds of people — families mostly, with dozens upon dozens of young children — filed into the outdoor amphitheater to memorialize him. A stiff breeze ruffled international flags set out as if a World Cup Nordic combined competition was about to take place, and a pair of skis was propped up against a medalist’s podium.
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MIKE KIRLAN HUGS OLIVER CARDILLO during Monday afternoon’s memorial service for Kirlan’s son, Asher Lesyshen-Kirlan, at the base of the Howelsen Hill jump complex. Oliver’s father, John Cardillo, middle, and his brother, Henry, also were onstage for the tribute.
The children came decked out in Asher’s favorite color — purple. They wore purple tie-dyed shirts, and they came wearing soccer cleats and purple shorts. They carried lavender and purple balloons, and a little girl circulated through the crowd offering packets of tissues to grown-ups. There were too many children for this to be a funeral; it was a true celebration of life. Family friend John Cardillo, the father of one of Asher’s best friends, reminded the gathering that they were not there to dwell on the tragedy, but to celebrate Asher’s enthusiasm for life. “Today we focus on the positive level of energy released when Asher’s little soul was released into
the universe,” Cardillo said. Speaking through Adams again, Kirlan wrote that Asher loved the wilderness, where he tasted columbines, learned how to read the currents where trout lay, and was taught to leave native artifacts in the desert canyons where he found them. “Memories of our time in the wilderness are the best, deepest and most loving memories I’ll ever have,” he said. Finally, Kirlan asked the hundreds of mourners to keep their own memories of his son alive. “I want you to tell me about those memories next week and next year” and for as long as they live on, he said.
Lesyshen continues to recover in Denver hospital By MATT STENSLAND STEAMBOAT TODAY
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A day after hundreds of Steamboat Springs residents gathered to say goodbye to 9-year-old Asher Lillig Lesyshen-Kirlan, his mother remained in a Denver hospital’s intensive care unit. Routt County Undersheriff Ray Birch confirmed Tuesday that Lisa Marie Lesyshen’s selfinflicted gunshot wound was to her neck. Though she was able to speak to investigators last week, Birch said he wasn’t sure whether she would suffer any permanent disabilities. It also remained unclear when Lesyshen would be well enough to be booked into Routt County Jail on charges of first-degree murder, child abuse causing death and domestic vio-
lence. There are two deputies taking turns guarding Lesyshen at Denver Health Medical Center. “She has to be advised (by a judge) of the charges against her,” Routt County Deputy District Attorney Rusty Prindle said Tuesday. “That right now is placed on hold because of her medical condition.” Lesyshen is accused of shooting Asher five times in the early hours of May 29 before turning the gun on herself. According to court documents, Lesyshen told her husband Michael Kirlan that she shot their only child because she wanted to hurt Kirlan. The couple lived together but were in the process of separating. Kirlan awoke to the sound of gunshots that night but was not injured himself. According to court documents, Lesyshen admitted to investiga-
tors that she shot her son and then asked to speak with an attorney. Lesyshen is being represented by the Colorado State Public Defender’s Office in Routt County. The Routt County District Attorney’s Office filed formal charges against Lesyshen on Friday. The investigation is ongoing, but the legal process is well underway. Attorneys representing Lesys hen have asked a judge to sign what is effectively a gag order. In an effort to limit pre-trial publicity, the gag order would limit what attorneys can say publicly about the case. Attorneys also have asked a judge to make it clear that Lesyshen can only be questioned by investigators if her attorneys are present. “Defendant wishes to exercise both her right to silence and right to counsel,” the attorneys wrote.
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Judge accepts insanity plea in shooting case By DAN ELLIOTT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CENTENNIAL — A judge accepted James Holmes’ long-awaited plea of not guilty by reason of insanity Tuesday and ordered him to undergo a mental evaluation — an examination that could be a decisive factor in whether the Colorado theater shooting suspect is convicted and sentenced to die. The judge granted prosecutors access to a hotly contested notebook that Holmes sent to a psychiatrist shortly before the July 20 rampage, which left 12 people dead and 70 injured in a bloody, bullet-riddled movie theater in suburban Denver. Taken together, the three developments marked a major step forward in the 10-month-old case, which at times has inched along through thickets of legal arguments or veered off on tangents. Holmes faces more than 160 counts of murder and attempted murder, and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. He will now be examined by the Colorado Mental Health Institute in Pueblo, but it’s not certain when the evaluation will begin or how long it will take. Hospital officials have said that before they meet with Holmes, they want to review evidence in the case, which prosecutors said totals nearly 40,000 pages. Judge Carlos Samour Jr. set a
tentative date of Aug. 2 for the exam to be complete but said he would push that back if hospital officials request more time. Samour indicated he still hopes to begin Holmes’ trial in February. Holmes, 25, shuffled into court with his wrists and ankles shackled, wearing a long, bushy beard and dark, curly hair that was slicked back. Samour read Holmes a fivepage list of consequences of the insanity plea and asked if he had any questions. “No,” Holmes answered in a clear, firm voice. It was only the second time since his arrest that he has spoken in court, other than occasional whispered exchanges with his attorneys. The findings of the mental evaluation will become evidence in Homes’ trial, but they are not the final word on whether he was legally insane at the time of the shootings. The jurors will determine that. If their verdict is not guilty by reason of insanity, Holmes would be committed to the Mental Health Institute indefinitely. He theoretically could be released one day if doctors determine his sanity has been restored, but that is considered unlikely. If their verdict is guilty, jurors would then decide whether Holmes will be executed or spend the rest of his life in prison without the possibility of parole.
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EVERGREEN — A fire that prompted evacuations in the foothills near Evergreen was sparked when a 48-foot tree fell onto power lines and burned, officials said Tuesday. Firefighters took advantage of cooler temperatures and higher humidity Tuesday to fully contain the wildfire estimated at 10 acres about 30 miles west of Denver. Incident Commander Bill Easterling told residents the fire wasn’t controlled, but crews had finished building containment lines. Sheriff ’s officials were allowing remaining evacuees back home at 8 p.m., and power had been restored to about 360 homes. The fire began Monday, prompting evacuations after wind carried sparks a half-mile. Some evacuees were allowed back home Monday night. No structures have been lost. Temperatures in the 60s helped firefighters digging a 200-foot-wide containment
line around the fire. But officials were watching incoming weather that could bring winds and lightning late Tuesday into today. Even with full containment, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office advised residents that they might see dense smoke for days because of heavy fuels that fed the fire. The fire has cost an estimated $80,000 to fight. The National Weather Service issued a warning Tuesday of high fire danger for southwestern Colorado, where about 70 firefighters battled a separate 75-acre fire near Creede that was 50 percent contained. Its cause also was under investigation. Firefighters also were sent to the Weminuche Wilderness Area in southwest Colorado to put out a small fire that broke out Monday. A Hotshot team, two air tankers and two helicopters were moved to the Durango Air Tanker Base to help fight any fires.
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Craig pool league crowns its champion The Craig Billiards Congress of America pool league is done for the summer, with a champion crowned for the 2012-13 season The league held a 12-team championship at the Popular Bar with the best from its two fall and two spring leagues competing for the title of best in town, as well as earning the right to play in the 2013 BCA Pool League National Championships on July 27 in Las Vegas, Nev. In the end, it was the team of Just Shooting the S--- who took the championship. The team had taken third place in the Sunday spring session of 8-ball but took advantage after earning its playoff spot. The next eight-ball leagues will begin in the fall, but Craig BCA will have nine-ball beginning June 19. For more information, contact Jolene Walls at 970-620-0056 or craig.bca@live. com.
Cast, Blast and Twang is June 15 at Wyman Colorado Parks and Wildlife, in cooperation with the Northwest Colorado Outfitters Chapter, Yampa Valley Chapter of Safari Club International and the Wyman Museum, will host “Cast, Blast and Twang” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 15 at the Wyman Museum in Craig. The festival is free for the entire family and will feature the basics of archery, fishing and shooting taught by CPW officers and volunteers. Angling, archery and shooting equipment will be provided at the event. Anglers may bring their own equipment if they choose, but CPW requests that all outside guns and archery gear stay at home. All anglers older than 16 must have a current fishing license in order to fish at the event. See BRIEFS on page 12
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Craig runners represent at race By NATE WAGGENSPACK DAILY PRESS WRITER
CRAIG — It was only right for runners from Steamboat Springs to take home the men and women’s marathon crowns at the Steamboat Marathon. But runners from Craig also turned out and successfully represented the town from the across the Yampa Valley on Sunday. A strong contingent from Craig showed up to test their training on the difficult, hilly courses of the marathon, half marathon and 10-kilometer race. According to the results online, 25 people from Craig crossed the finish line in one of the three races. The top finisher from Craig in the full marathon was Trinidad Loya III, 31, who took 68th place with a finishing time of 3 hours, 56 minutes and one second. While the time was not near his goal time of 3:30, Loya wasn’t too disappointed about finishing his first full marathon after running the Steamboat half in 2011 and 2012. “I thought I would try something different this year,” he said. “The first half, I ran really good. I was at about 1:40, but then I started to cramp up and it fell apart. It was good to finish it though, and I knew no matter how bad I was hurting, I was going to finish.” Loya was one of three people from Craig to finish the full marathon, accompanied by Kevin Kernen, 38, and Jnl Linsacum, 54. In the half marathon, the top finisher from Craig was Drew Morris. Having run several half marathons in the past, Morris was especially pleased to see his hard training pay off in the form of a 1:45:40 finish. “I ran much faster than I did in previous years,” Morris said. “It felt really good, actually. I started (training) earlier, ran longer more often and just pushed myself more every time I went out.” Morris ran a 1:44 in the Georgetown to Idaho Springs Half Marathon previously but knew the Steamboat course is considerably tougher. Sunday was his best race to date, he said. Both runners were excited to see Craig well represented in more than 1,500 total participants. Loya also finished high in the BolderBoulder 10k May 27, which was another recent race where a large Craig contingent showed up. He thinks running is starting to catch on in Craig. “It’s definitely cool seeing peo-
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DREW MORRIS, OF CRAIG, WORKS HIS WAY UP A HILL during the Steamboat half marathon Sunday in Steamboat Springs. Morris finished with one of his best times at the distance, coming in at 1:45:40. Another 12 runners from Craig completed the
Craig runners at the Steamboat Marathon Full marathon Trinidad Loya III 3:56:01, Kevin Kernen, Jnl Linsacum Half marathon Drew Morris, Aric Harper, Janie Dunckley, Michelle Tucker, KC Hume, Casey Kilpatrick, Kurtis Buck, Aubrey Ripkoski, Stephanie Murr, Michael Tucci, Kelly Crowl, Cristal Ferguson, Heidi Acord-Meats 10k Shane Ridnour, Kristin Allen, Rachel Case, Leigh Papierski, Katie Haskins, Christine Marks-Neece, Jeanne Macomber, Dana Kirby, Jen Ridnour
ple from Craig (at races),” Loya said. “I think it’s starting to catch on here in town. The people that
own Trapper, they’re helping people train, and they had a team out in Boulder. Another guy we have
at the power plant, he ran his first race. I think I’ve noticed it getting bigger.” Morris knows running does not have a major following in Craig, but he likes to see the city represented at events outside of town. “There’s usually a really good turnout from Craig,” he said. “I feel like I see more and more people every year. People do really well. They come out and compete and represent Craig.”
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Spoelstra, Popovich making the right moves toward Finals By TIM REYNOLDS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
MIAMI — Other than widely being known by just the first syllable of their surnames, the coaches who will match wits in these NBA Finals may seem like polar opposites. Of course, they would probably disagree with that assertion. Miami’s Erik Spoelstra wears sharp suits and is a stats guy; San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich often skips the tie and immeasurably would prefer to answer
questions about wine than anything about himself. Both are intensely private, but even during an NBA Finals loaded with star power — the “Big Three” from Miami, the “Big Three” from San Antonio, a four-time MVP in LeBron James, a fourtime champion in Tim Duncan — the coaches will share misery in one way. To their chagrin, Spo and Pop will be in the spotlight. “It’s easier to talk about how they are similar versus how they are dissimilar,” said ESPN ana-
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his fifth title, the last of the ones currently in his collection coming against James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007, and could join Phil Jackson as the only coaches to win championships in three different decades. So far, only Jackson, Red Auerbach, John Kundla and Pat Riley — Spoelstra’s mentor and boss in Miami — have five rings as a head coach. “Maybe I don’t show it the way I should, but it’s pretty special,” Popovich said, in a rare moment of near-sheepishness, after his
team beat Memphis and won the West title for a fifth time. “I’m just really proud of the group, the way they worked all year long to get there, and I’m sure that we’ve been a team that’s probably been written off like they’ve had their day.” Spoelstra took over for Riley five seasons ago, has won nearly twice as many games as he’s lost and has endured a constant circus of distractions ever since the Heat acquired James and Chris Bosh to play alongside Dwyane Wade in 2010.
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Craig Parks and Recreation is putting on two upcoming summer sports camps for local youth. First is the British Soccer Camp, now a staple in Craig in the summer, from July 8 to 12 at Woodbury Sports Complex. The camp, run by young professional soccer players from England, is for boys and girls ages three to 16 of all skill levels. The players will be broken up into age groups. To register, go to www.chal lengersports.com and search for
the City of Craig Parks & Rec British Soccer Camp. The price varies based on the age of the participant and different camp levels. All registration costs increase by $10 after June 28. There also will be a cheerleading camp for first through sixth-graders beginning July 22. The program will have practices Mondays and Thursdays and continue through the end of the football season in October. First through thirdgraders will work in one group while fourth through sixthgraders will be in another. The cost for cheerleading camp is $60 and the registration deadline is July 17. For more information call 970-8262004.
Booster club hosting mud run, volleyball Moffat County is taking part in the obstacle course races that have stormed the nation
during the past couple of years. The Moffat County Booster Club is sponsoring the first Moffat County Dirty Dawg Dash and Dig on July 13 at Loudy Simpson Park. It will combine the summer mud volleyball tournament that has been hosted by the Craig Chamber of Commerce for years with a five-kilometer mud 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 ($40) or as part of a team of four to 10 members ($35). The two events will combine for one all-day mud fest. The deadline for both events is July 1, after which the cost will jump significantly, event organizer Sara Linsacum said. For more information, Linsacum can be reached at email@example.com or 970-819-7434.
Thank you to those who participated in the Chili Cook Off Fundraiser for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Cancer Survivor’s Reception First Place Green Chili- Tony Hillewaert First Place Red Chili- Kelly Camilletti First Place Other Chili- Kindra Jazwick Grand Prize Traveling Trophy- Kindra Jazwick Thank you to all the other great cooks. Thank you to our helpers- Cheryl, Lane, Emily, Tyson, Kalob, Sondra, Pat, Janneth and Kerry. Also, thank you to McDonalds for the juice and cups, Wendy’s for the chili and cups and Grand Olde West Days for all their effort to put this together. Interested in signing up for Relay for Life as a survivor or caregiver? Contact Kerry and 824-4145 or Kelly at 326-8228. 20970324
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Federer loses quick quarterfinal in French Open By HOWARD FENDRICH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
PARIS — A point from losing the first set of his French Open quarterfinal, Roger Federer shanked a routine forehand, sending the ball 10 feet beyond the opposite baseline. The Court Philippe Chatrier crowd roared with approval, then chanted the last name of Federer’s opponent, Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. That shot was a clear indication that Federer was hardly Federesque on this day. There
were plenty of others: He argued with the chair umpire about a call. He dumped overhead smashes into the net. And in a truly rare ungraceful moment, he failed to put a racket to — or get out of the way of — a backhand flip by a sliding Tsonga, instead getting hit on the back. All in all, Federer looked lost out there Tuesday against the sixth-seeded Tsonga, who pounded his way to a 7-5, 6-3, 6-3 victory against the 17-time Grand Slam champion in a 1-hour, 51-minute mismatch
remarkable for its lopsidedness and brevity. “I struggled a little bit everywhere. To be honest, personally, I’m pretty sad about the match and the way I played. But that’s how it goes. I tried to figure things out, but it was difficult. And Jo does a good job keeping the pressure on,” Federer said. “He was just better in all areas,” continued Federer, whose lone French Open title, in 2009, allowed him to equal Pete Sampras’ then-record of 14 major championships. “He returned better than I did. Served
better than I did. I struggled to find my rhythm.” While Federer quickly faced a big deficit Tuesday and never recovered, Serena Williams was able to get out of a much smaller spot of trouble. Like Federer, Williams is 31. Like Federer, she’s won more than a dozen Grand Slam titles — 15. And like Federer, only one of those trophies came at Roland Garros, in 2002. Trailing in the third set against 2009 French Open winner Svetlana Kuznetsova, the No. 1-seeded Williams won five games in a row
Tulowitzki’s homer rallies Rockies over Reds By JOE KAY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
CINCINNATI — Home run? Double? Who knew? Not Troy Tulowitzki. The Rockies shortstop was running all-out when a fan grabbed his fly ball by the top of the wall in left field. The umpires initially ruled the fan had reached over the wall and awarded Tulowitzki a double. One minute later, they changed their minds. Tulowitzki wound up with a two-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Rockies held on for a 5-4 victory Tuesday night that ended their streak of six consecutive losses to the Cincinnati Reds. “I didn’t really see him touch it,” Tulowitzki said. “I was just
running and wanted to make sure I made it to second base.” The umpires needed only a minute to watch the video and see that the fan with a glove had caught the ball above the top of the wall. They overturned the initial faninterference call and awarded Tulowitzki his 13th homer. “A big-time home run by a bigtime player,” Colorado manager Walt Weiss said. “It doesn’t get any more clutch than that.” Sam LeCure (1-1) retired the first two Rockies in the eighth before walking Carlos Gonzalez and going to a full count on Tulowitzki, who got the fastball he was expecting. Reds manager Dusty Baker went with LeCure instead of Jonathan Broxton in the eighth because he already was warming
up and has pitched well lately. LeCure hadn’t allowed a run since May 5. “As a reliever, the later you’re in the game, the better,” LeCure said. “Today just wasn’t my day. I’ve been throwing the ball well, and people kept reminding me of that, and I kept saying, ‘Someday, it’s going to end.’ It didn’t have to be today.” Nobody was happier about the homer than reliever Edgmer Escalona, whose mental lapse gave the Reds a go-ahead run in the seventh. Escalona tried the third-to-first pickoff fake that was outlawed this season, resulting in a balk that gave the Reds a 4-3 lead. “I figured at some point this year, somebody was going to do that with the new rule,” Weiss said.
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en route to a 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 victory that put her back in the semifinals at Paris after a decade’s absence. Williams had lost four consecutive quarterfinals at Roland Garros — in 2004, 2007, 2009 (to Kuznetsova), 2010 — and so when she was serving while down, 2-0, in the final set Tuesday, “I thought, you know, ‘Can’t go out like this again.”’ That was a pivotal game, featuring 16 points and three break chances for Kuznetsova, who flubbed the last with a drop shot that floated wide.
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Stock market heads lower on Fed stimulus worries By MATTHEW CRAFT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
NEW YORK — The Federal Reserve guessing game threw the markets for another loop Tuesday. Comments from a Fed official raised expectations that the central bank could start easing its support for the economy soon, sending the stock market sharply lower in the late afternoon. The market recovered in the last hour of trading to end with slight losses. Snippets from a prepared speech S&P 500 1,631.38
by Esther George, president of the Kansas City branch of the Federal Reserve, were reported in the early afternoon. George pointed to “improving economic conditions,” as well as evidence that financial markets were getting dependent on the Fed’s support. “I support slowing the pace of asset purchases as an appropriate next step for monetary policy,” she said. “History suggests that waiting too long to acknowledge the economy’s progress and prepare DOW 15,177.54
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The Federal Reserve releases its latest Beige Book survey today. The report is a snapshot of business conditions in each of the Fed’s 12 districts. It comes ahead of a meeting later this month of the central bank’s policy committee. In April the Fed reported modest to moderate growth in all of its districts, driven by a recovery in housing, stronger auto sales and other factors.
stocks rose as traders interpreted an unexpected slowdown in U.S. manufacturing as the latest sign that the Fed wasn’t close to winding down its stimulus program. The next big data point for investors is the Labor Department’s monthly employment survey due out Friday. “My sense is that all bets are off until we see the jobs number Friday,” said Jack Ablin, the chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank in Chicago. “That’s the ultimate barometer.”
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markets for more-normal policy settings carries no less risk than tightening too soon,” according to her prepared remarks. George didn’t give the speech because she was sick, but news outlets reported her comments still, and the Kansas City Fed posted the speech on its website. It was the latest volatile turn in stock trading as investors try to figure out when the Fed will make a move. While George’s comments were consistent with her previously stated views, they were enough
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Horoscope GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — You might find it necessary to make a small but significant sacrifice for a loved one. Don’t make a big deal out of it. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — You should concentrate on your latest interest, because that’s where you’re likely to make your greatest strides. It won’t hurt to put your other hobbies on the back burner. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — If you’re properly motivated, you can make some outstanding achievements. If you just coast along, however, you’ll actually lose ground. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Try to find time to spend with friends who share your philosophical beliefs. You can help one another to think bigger and better. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — Your ability to uncover things that others are trying to keep hidden is unusually keen. Now is the time to investigate a work matter that hasn’t seemed right to you. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — One-on-one relationships will require grace and tact. To appease a certain individual, you might have to make a few concessions that you normally would balk at.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Don’t think your selfesteem won’t suffer if you fritter your time away. Many of your friends might get away with being unproductive, but you won’t. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — A group project will fare better if you take a leadership role. The current commander might not be as talented as you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — You are presently in an excellent cycle, so don’t waste this day. Visualize the results you want and work for them with all your might. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — If you find yourself a bit restless, either mentally or physically, check out new project that has aroused your curiosity. It might be just what you’re looking for. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Don’t be surprised if you are unusually focused on your material interests. Even when you’re just having some fun, it’s likely to have something to do with money. TAURUS (April 20- May 20) — You’ll have no trouble asserting yourself in any kind of situation that calls for it, but you won’t go so far as to push others around to get your way.
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— Seeing a Scam Dear Seeing: The “Nigerian scam” has been around for a very long time, and we are surprised people still fall for it. This man will never come to this country with $40 million, but he’s certainly doing a good job of collecting money from naive people like your boss. Not only should you stop contacting this man, but also you should protect your boss by informing her that this is a scam and she should report it to the local FBI office or register a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. Of course, if she chooses to ignore you and contacts him on her own, there is nothing you can do. Some people have to learn the hard way. Dear Annie: My husband and I live on a quiet deadend street. Quiet, that is, until the neighbors rev up their Harleys. They have two motorcycles that have been altered to be much louder than the factory intended. These neighbors often come home well after midnight and sometimes leave early Sunday mornings, making it impossi-
ble to sleep with our bedroom window open. When they travel back and forth during the day, the thunderous noise is quite disturbing. I realize that some Harley owners think that the loud pipes and leather are a form of prestige, but I wonder whether they ever consider their neighbors. Please, Harley owners, pipe down! — Hate Those Harleys Dear Hate: Have you asked your neighbors directly whether they would please muffle the noise until they are out on the open road? Does your neighborhood have a noise ordinance prohibiting such volume at certain hours? Is there a neighborhood association to resolve conflicts? Don’t give up without first checking to see whether you have any recourse in the matter. Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to annies firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 Third Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254.
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Multi Family Garage Sale!!! Sporting goods, furniture, clothes and other goodies from gear junkies! Saturday, June 1st from 8AM-Noon. Corner of Stone Lane & Chinook on the Mtn, CASH only.
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Multi Family Sale: Sat. June 8th, 8am-12 Power tools, Camping gear, toddler/baby stuff, clothes, exercise,sports equip. Big Ticket Items:sectional, loveseat, oversize chairs, desk, 3 piece entertainment center, saddle. Conestoga Cir. (by cemetery) Mutli-Home Moving Sale on Saturday the 8th. 8:30 am-1pm. 1048 and 838 Merritt St. Furnituire, Kids stuff, clothing, pet products, Wooden train sets, Bunk Bed, Sleeping bags, household items, toys, Office Manager/Personal Assistant: generator, snow blower and MORE!! Seeking highly organized self-starter with strong QuickBooks experience to manage property management and conPerfect Sale for NEW parents!! 2357 struction office. Real Estate marketing Self-motivated, Penny Lane (in the alley) West End Vil- experience helpful. lage Sat, Jun 8. 8am-Noon Madela detail-oriented, able to multi-task with hands free breast pump, infant swing & minimal supervision. 30-40 hrs/wk, long bouncy chair, bumbo and tray, infant term position, flexible hours, competitive DOE. Resumes to accesories & toys, 0-12mth girls clothes, pay :email@example.com dining room table and MUCH more!!
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W are looking for 2 positions: Lead carpenter and carpenter helper. Must have proven skills and experience. Need own set of tools and good references. Apply online at www.fox-construction.com or stop by the office at 2034 Snow Bowl Plaza. Johnson Excavation is seeking equipment operators and general laborers for year round employment. Position requires clean Colorado driverâ€™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. 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 a benefited position. Apply online @ www.johnsonexcavation.org (click CAREERS) or apply in person at 2611 Down Hill Drive.
We have full time positions hazmat preferred but not required for Water Truck Drivers available. Previous Oilfield experience and valid CDL with acceptable driving record for drivers strongly preferred. Competitive Pay! Excellent Benefits! *Health, Dental & Vision Insurance *Company Paid STD / LTD Insurance *Company Paid Life Insurance *Paid Holidays *Vacation *401(k) Retirement Plan with up to 4% Match *Uniforms
Educational Specialst-Futures Academy Colorado Youth for a Change is an educational nonprofit with a mission to solve Colorado’s dropout crisis. Futures Academy is a new and innovative program that hopes to reach dropout students who are significantly overage and under credit. After a year of pre-collegiate developmental work though Moffat County High School, students will be eligible to take college classes or career technical classes at the Colorado Northwestern Community College and take their GED.The Educational Specialist (ES) will work in conjunction with other CYC staff, members from Moffat County High School, and Colorado Northwestern Community College with the goal of returning to school. The ES will recruit and support students in Futures Academy. For full posting visit www.youthforachange.org Send Resume, Cover letter and three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hayden School District has the following positions open for the 2013-2014 Come Grow With Us Today! school year: Elementary: Music/P.E. Apply in person at: 126 Dump Road in Teacher Open until filled. To apply, please call 276-3864 or visit our website Baggs at www.haydenschools.org for further information. EOE / M/F/D/V Drug Free Workplace
AFFORDABLE FLOORING is Hiring! F/T or P/T - Experienced Flooring Sales, Hourly + Commission. Call 970-870-0754 ask for Bill or Steph.
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), SCE/SPE: Elementary (Primary) Teachers; SSHS: Math Teacher, PT Math/Science Teacher; Speech Team Head Coach; Head Boys’ Lacrosse Coach; Substitute Custodians, Substitute Bus Drivers. Please complete district application at http://www.applitrack.com/sssd/onlineapp/ EOE
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.
Active, Outdoorsy, Organized person to help with clothing and merchandising 30-40 hrs/wk. Apply within at Straightline Sports. Ask for Kolby or Brett.
Seasonal Housekeeper Join our artistic family for the summer. Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp needs a part-time summer Housekeeper. Perfect job for a self-starter with a good work ethic. This position is 20hrs/week with weekends required, pay is $9/hour, plus meals. Email cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Lead Veterinary Receptionist: Veterinary Office Experience preferred. 3 years medical office experience required. We need someone with strong leadership skills to manage our excellent front desk team. Saturdays Required. Email letter of interest and resume’ to firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal Lines Account Executive: Mountain West Insurance & Financial Services, LLC is looking for a Personal Lines Account Executive to join our growing office in Steamboat. This is a FT/ Garden Maintenance. customer service position which would Landscape Installation. Experience a assist in the sales of new personal line must. Starts immediately. accounts and the maintenance of existCall 879-1264 email@example.com ing accounts. Applicants with P&C insurance license, insurance experience, or college degree is preferred. Please contact Kathryn Sampson at Price Mine Service is now hiring Under firstname.lastname@example.org. ground Coal Miners, roof bolters, miner operators, Under Ground Foreman’s and Under Ground Electricians. For more information please call 970-824 4300. The Hampton Inn & Suites is now hiring Full-time & Part-time Housekeepers. Please apply in person at 725 S. Lincoln Ave. Senior Commercial Lines Account Executive: Mountain West Insurance & Financial Services, LLC is seeking a Senior Account Executive. Position is designed to provide direction and assistance to the Producer for placement of new and renewal business as well as service new and existing clients. Salary will be based on knowledge, ability and previous experience. Compensation package includes 401(k), medical, dental, vision, and much more. College degree preferred. Please contact Kathryn Sampson via email email@example.com. 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
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.
ACCOUNTING COORDINATOR Rangely Campus
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Colorado Northwestern Community College is seeking a qualiﬁed applicant for the position of Accounting Coordinator. This is a full time, exempt, administrative position with beneﬁts. Minimum requirements: AA/AS Degree in Accounting or closely related ﬁeld from an accredited College or University and two years of full time accounting experience. Preferred BA/BS Degree in Accounting or closely related ﬁeld from an accredited College or University. For a complete job announcement including important instructions for the completion and submission of the application, visit the CNCC website at
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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. 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
The Craig Daily Press is seeking applications for an experienced graphic designer. This is a dynamic position in a unique workplace with potential for growth. The creative services department handles print, web and mobile ad design, special section layout and commercial print design and layout. We also operate a full service print shop. Excellent customer service, organizational skills, creativity, attention to detail, and the ability to multitask and meet deadlines are necessary. Candidates must be proficient in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. If you are a creative designer who enjoys new challenges in a fun work environment, this is the position for you. This is a full-time position with full benefits. Send your resume with references and samples of your work to Renee Campbell at email@example.com.
Facilities and Project Administrator Rangely Campus Colorado Northwestern Community College seeks a hard working, motivated individual for the Facilities and Project Administrator position. This position provides ofﬁce and administrative support to the Facilities Director and the Custodial, Grounds and Maintenance departments as well as support for the various new and ongoing capital and controlled maintenance projects on the CNCC Rangely campus. This is a full-time, 14 month temporary, beneﬁt eligible position. This position requires an Associate’s Degree from an accredited institution and a minimum of two years work experience in related ﬁeld. Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license in good standing. Salary: $3,000.00 per month. To apply, visit the CNCC website at www.cncc.edu for complete job announcement and instructions on submission of an application. CNCC application is required. Inquiries may be directed to Human Resources at (970) 675-3335. CNCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Wyndham Vacation Rentals is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Steamboat Rodeo Series is looking for arena crew personnel. Fri & Sat nights & July 4th. Arena safety & awareness a must, rodeo background helpful. Please call Brian at 970-846-0489.
EOE - M/F/D/V
Wyndham Vacation Rentals is • NIGHT AUDITOR • FRONT DESK AGENT • SAFETY/ SECURITY AGENT • HOUSEKEEPER • MAINTENANCE
Colorado Northwestern Community College seeks a caring, enthusiastic, student achievement-oriented instructor for the Nursing Program located in Craig, Colorado. This position is a fulltime 9 month faculty with excellent beneﬁts. A graduate degree of MSN is required or a written plan demonstrating ongoing progression in obtaining a MSN.Two years of full-time or equivalent professional nursing clinical experience required. Applicant must hold a current license in good standing to practice as a Registered Nurse in Colorado. Teaching experience is preferred. To apply, visit the CNCC website at www.cncc.edu (click on “Job Opportunities”) complete job announcement and instructions for submission of an application. Inquiriesmay be directed to Kelly Martin-Puleo at (970) 824-1118. CNCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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.
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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 970-879-0272 ext 6013. BCB June 7, 2013. EOE.
Routt County Communications Specialist Details: http://www.co.routt.co.us Deadline: July 7, 2013 Routt County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Moffat County is an EEO Employer.
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Dental Hygienist Wanted. FT/YR 3-4 days/week. Steamboat Springs 970.879.2290
MILNER LANDFILL / HOME RESOURCE SUMMER HOURS MON THRU SAT 9-3 LOVE THAT PLACE...ALL YEAR ROUND!
LAWN MOWING Reasonable Rates Fast Service 970-701-9098
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.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING AMENDMENT OF THE MOFFAT COUNTY BUILDING CODE
* 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.
Yard sale 970-824-7032
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 â€œrules andâ€? to read: â€œto adopt and promulgate proceduresâ€? Section 110.4: after â€œto sell the salvage and valuable materials at the highest price Obtainable.â€? insert this sentence: â€œMaterials deemed unsafe by the Building Inspector may not be salvaged.â€? Section 302.4: Change section to read: â€œAll 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.â€? Section 302.8: Omit entire section and amend to read: â€œExcept 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.â€? Section 303.14: Omit entire section. Section 305.2: delete: â€œby placing such rubbish in approved containersâ€?
111799-3 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
HOUSEKEEPING SUPERVISOR: Hands-on year-round hourly position. Seeking guest oriented professional, great attention to detail, ability to coach. Willing to achieve superior results. Excellent hours, wages & benefits. Must apply in person at 1055 Walton Creek Rd. EOE.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Will be accepting resumes until 6/10.
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.
Standing at Stud Palomino Convincing Pirate-Dash for Cash, Shawnee Bugoutstanding bloodlines, beautiful colts with great temperment and conformation. Boyer Performance Horses, Breeding, training, and Sale top quality horses for showing and performance events 970-756-5038 Openings for horses in breaking and training
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:
Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 31, 2013 Final publication date: June 17, 2013 10337546
Ex CMC Residence Hall Manager would like to watch, care and maintain you house. Many years experience managing properties. References available.720-939-5090
Estate of: Beatrice R. Roe, who is also known as Bea Roe, one and the same person, Deceased Case Number 2013 PR 030024 All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to District Court of Moffat, County, Colorado on or before September 23, 2013, or the claims may be forever barred. Robert Paul Roe, Representative James D. Osborne Attorney at Law, #5642 P.O. Box 381 Craig, CO 81626
Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 22, 2013 Final publication date: June 5, 2013 10336656
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 Mobile Auto Detailing: Iâ€™ll come to you more at www.petfinder.com 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. Safer than Burning & Environmentally Sound 970-846-3475 or 970-879-3475
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of CAROL LYNNE BUCHANAN, also known as CAROL L.BUCHANAN and CAROL BUCHANAN, Deceased. Case No. 2013PR30019 All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the personal representative or to the District Court of Moffat County, Colorado on or before September 30, 2013, or the claims may be forever barred. Sherman P. Romney Attorney forShannon LynnBuchanan Personal Representative, 415 West Victory Way Craig, CO 81625 Telephone: (970) 824-0257 Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: May 29, 2013 Final publication date: June 12, 2013 10336
CONCEALED CARRY (CCW) & FIREARM CLASSES CONCEALED CARRY (CCW) $75 JUNE 9TH 1:30-4:30 P.M. AMERICAN LEGION, CRAIG DEFENSIVE SHOOTING $75 JUNE 8TH 1:30-4:30 P.M. BEARS EARS RANGE, CRAIG
Integrated Care Coordinator - Steamboat Springs/Craig Two positions open to utilizes a variety of treatment approaches to work with a diverse population of patients identified by Primary Care Physician or Emergency Physician to have behavioral issues interfering with patientâ€™s ability to follow treatment recommendations. Provides therapeutic case management services, specifically behavioral intervention in patient 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. Bachelorâ€™s degree in human services or related required. Previous experience with substance abuse and mental health-related case management and treatment. Minimum of two (2) years human service related experience preferred. Experience in medical care preferred. Current valid Colorado Driverâ€™s License required. Certified Addiction Counselor II or III is preferred. We offer a competitive salary, excellent benefits, professional supervision and training, and a generous paid time off plan. Email resumes to: email@example.com or fax to (970)242-8330. Colorado West, Inc. is an EOE with an Affirmative Action Plan.
Executive Director. Arts Council seeks organized, motivated leader to manage an iconic non-profit in a historic building. firstname.lastname@example.org Fishing Guide The Home Ranch in Clark is looking for an experienced Fly Fishing Guide. Please send resume to: email@example.com
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Kenmore Front load Washer and Dryer, $200. Antique Brass Full size bed, $200. 970.640.9624
NRA Basic Pistol Course in Steamboat June 8th $95. Certificate awarded for State CCW requirement. 407-832-9206 firstname.lastname@example.org Concealed Carry Class. One Day class in Steamboat Saturday June 16th $80.00. 970.846.7802 email@example.com
Certified Nursing Assistant, Personal health care in your home, working with you to define what level of care you need.Tarryn 970-629-1127
**All Stainless Steel Appliances/Brand New!!** Subzero Fridge, Dishwasher, Kenmore Stove w/ Microwave. Brand New Table w/ Chairs (seats 6). Mahogany EURO Cave Wine Cabinet. Call for Pricing! Tracey 970.846.7667
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Viking Professional Range: Older model, 48”, propane, still works good. Stainless steel, with backsplash and hood. $1,250.00 846-5860.
Green indoor/outdoor wicker sofa, chair, ottoman, cushions, 2 tables. $2500 new. Great in sunroom, patio/deck. $350.00 OBO. 970-819-7228
Whirlpool Cabrio Wash machine, white large capacity. Like New! $350. Elliptical Machine with adjustable stride, $150. 970.819.4765
Used good condition mattresses in Craig. Full size sets. We have lots! $25 Call Sarah 970-819-1633 TOP $ paid (up to $1000) for unwanted and abandoned vehicles (970)-879-1179
Love Sac Pillow Sac with rocker and pillows. (Practically Brand NEW) $500 obo. emails for pics and info to: firstname.lastname@example.org
BUYING GOLD, SILVER AND PLATINUM BULLION AND COINS. Call 970.824.5807 Cell 970.326.8170
FREE WOOD PALLETS WOOD PALLETS AT THE STEAMBOAT PILOT & TODAY BUILDING ON CURVE PLAZA. PALLETS ARE ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE BUILDING. YOU HAUL AWAY AS MANY AS YOU WANT.
Raft for Rent!
METAL FOR MONEY
Cat Challenger 4WD tractor. Loader, 7-foot bucket, cab, heater, air, 65 hp, only 820 hours. $32,500. Call 879-5029 or 846-7090
•CASH for Select Cars •Copper, Aluminum •Public Drop Off 24/7
40025 Baker Way Next Left Past MM 127 US 40
D&D Enterprises, Inc.
2 New AR-15’s for sale. Bushmaster Local Company 970-870-1767 .223 Magpul Edition, & Bushmaster Carbon-15 .223 with red dot scope and carbon fiber receiver. $1250 each OBO FREE: Hot tub, broken pipes, good for 970-290-6091 parts. Phippsburg, CO. U-Haul. Call 970-846-0300. CONCEALED CARRY CLASS One Day Class in Kremmling Saturday June 8th $80.00 970-724-3311 FREE: Light blue/gray sink and toilet. 824-2406 email@example.com
Bobcat Attachments: Utility Grapple, $1,800.00; SB200 Snowblower, $2,100.00; 84” Snowblade, $1,400.00 846-5860. Diesel Transfer Tank/Pump: 80 Gal. RDS Mfg. Truck Tank/15 gpm Fill-Rite DC pump. $375.00 846-5860.
Free mattresses, box springs, Desks and Chairs. Behind Moxie Home Consignments near Ace Hardware.
VEHICLES FOR CASH up to $1200!! AMERICAN TOWING 970-819-5957
CONTAINER SERVICE AVAILABLE
•GOLD •SILVER •PLATINUM •Jewelry •Coins •Bullion
2400 Lincoln Avenue (Just West of Steamboat Motors)
CASH PAID AND FREE TOWING for all unwanted and abandoned vehicles CALL (970)846-7452 FREE CATS TO GOOD HOMES! Call 824.9891
WE WANT TO BUY YOUR SCRAP METAL, ALUMINIUM, COPPER, BATTERIES, unwanted & abandoned
NOW OFFERING PAWN LOANS! We Are Paying “CA$H” for
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.
Free mammograms and pap tests for women age 40-64, uninsured or underinsured call NWCOVNA at 879-1632 or 824-8233.
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 STEAMBOAT: Downtown. Rustic, clean 2/1 available June. Gas heat, W/D, pets under 20lbs considered. $950. See photos:970-734-4919 http://www.picturetrail.com/sfx/album/vie w/2693405 STEAMBOAT:Clean 2 room studio w/ full bath located in Dream Island. NS, NP, 6-month lease. $500 monthly includes utilities. 970-819-9973 or 879-0261.
STEAMBOAT:Clean 2BD/1BA located in Dream Island. NS, NP, 6-month lease. Apt available after May 20, 6 mo. Lease $805 monthly includes utilities. needed, furnished, 1BD/1Bath, living 970.819.9973 or 970-879-0261. Custom haying, small bales 3x3’s and rm., kitchenette, on bus route, NS/NP, round bales available. Newer equipment. $675/mo. Inc. utilities, 970-846-3986. Cash payment or shares. Call 970-629-9299, leave a message. CRAIG: 2BD, choose from a top notch selection of finishes in a quiet neighborhood with opportunities during this diffiLOST: Dewalt Cord-less drills in case on cult economy.Call 970-629-8262. HWY 13 Between Craig & Hamilton. Call Turner 970-824-5324.
Found on June 1st. Prescprition Glasses found in Valentine park. 970.879.5045
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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
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
“Plus May Move-In Incentive” Craig: 1BD $395 / 2BD $475 Safe, Quiet, Park-Like Setting (970) 824-6051 (limited offer)
FOUND: Kayak Pedals found on June 4. Call 970-846-8780.
FREE: Older treadmill, working condition, pickup at front lawn at 2900 West Acres Drive #62.
FREE: Quinea Fowl. Young male very healthy. Species “ Blue” Guinea. Chris @970.870.2891
FOUND: Bike off of Trail of Walton Creek Bridge. Call to Varify at 406-451-6234.
FREE: Oak TV cabinet., 4 chairs, coffee table and love seat. YOU HAUL!! 970.819.1853
Tauras 9mm NIB $550, Browning BPS FREE: Fill Dirt 4,000 yards Good material 12ga. Camo $600 Tikka 3006 $650 in town. 846.8796 Ammo-223, 9mm, 380, 40. Buy before July 1st. Call 970-870-8520. FREE: Doug & Melissa Kids Playtable, 33”x50” with storage drawers. Call Mark 970-846-3117.
Going on a raft trip? Rent the perfect 15-foot family raft, complete with frame, oars, drybox, cooler and more. 846-6581
LMC Snowcat. 10 way blade, Flat bed, WANTED: Horse Tack. Cleaning out the Groomer bar, $6,500.Call 970.879.8438 Barn? Looking for horse tack (mostly We buy Trucks and Heavy Equipment. reins)Call Heather: 970-846-7710 Byrne Equipment Sales Craig, CO. 970-826-0051.
RV, Boat, Water Sport, Marine Parts, Bait, Tackle, Trailer Parts/Repair, Trailer & Truckbed Sales. Auto Parts of Craig, 824-6544.
Preception Kayak 12’ touring model for lakes and rivers, paddle and extra stuff Registered Angus Bulls by AI Sires. Fer- included. SOLD!! tility, Trich & PAP tested, BVD-PI negative. 5 Bar Angus. Aric, 970-629-1818, Stacy, 970-824-6702.
“STEAMBOAT RANCHWEAR’S Annual Clearance Sale at Sasak Trailers. Monday-Friday. 1-6pm, Saturday 9-12pm. Now through June 15th! Like ITEMS IN CRAIG: Full size bed set us on Facebook to see the great deals!” (mattress, box spring, bed frame) for $200. Microfiber futon for $150. Both Standing At Stud: Capitol Class - AQHA used but in good condition. Willing to neBlack Bay - Cutting, Roping, Foundation gotiate pricing. Buyer must pick up furQuarter Horse. Eye appeal, great disponiture. Call Mary at 843-847-6508. sition. $400 Plus mare care. OAK CREEK SAWMILL has Free Shavings 970-824-4145 and Sawdust, Excellent Bedding, 2 Miles Trek Hybrid/Crossbike, 17.5” frame, W. of Oak Creek on CR27, call Randy at Large Format Printer/Plotter, HP 110Plus Standing At Stud: KT Sacred War Paint Great for town and bike path, 27 speed, 846-4900. color ink jet, with stand, and several rolls - APHA Bay Paint, Homozygous, Beautiperfect condition. $500 970 846-8103 of 24” paper. $1000 970.620.0231 ful with eye appeal. Great blood lines FREE: 7x7 Hot Tub U-haul off!! parents were both world contenders. FOR SALE: Snow Blower, Water Cooler, $400 plus mare care. 970-824-4145 404.435.5064 2 Desks, Elliptical Machine. 824-6502 Assorted Steel Buildings Value discounts as much as 30% 14 year old Gelding Saddle Mule. 5 year FREE: 2 TV’s: 27” Sony Trinaton, 20” TWIN ENVIRO SERVICES NOW Erection info available RCA. Not Flat Screens. Call OFFERING RESIDENTIAL FOOD and old lighlty Started Gelding Mule Call for Source#18X details: 970.846.6056 or 970.871.4835 970-846-0261. ORGANIC WASTE COLLECTION IN 800-964-8335 STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 970-879-6985 OR Black Simmental x Angus yearling bulls for sale. Bred for growth, performance MILNER@TWINENVIRO.COM and maternal. Trich and semen tested. NINTENDO Wii with a few games, Call (970)824-7245 or (970)629-8106 FOR SALE: Rascal 500 Deluxe balancing board, and extra conScooter/Power Chair. 300lb. Weight Catrolers. (MOST STILL IN BOX) pacity + Rascal Ulti-lite Lift Fits on Class 4 yr old draft x gelding has been used on $150 obo. emails for info and pics 2 & 3 Hitch. $3500/OBO. Call trail 15.3hh 1200lbs truly a gentle giant, to: firstname.lastname@example.org in your pocket kind of horse. Easy going, 970-819-8005. willing personality. $1500 call/text 970-846-1449 CONSIGNMENT AUCTION - June 8, 2013, 10am, Baggs, Wyoming Main Street Lot. Pickup trucks, ATV’s, trailers, furniture, saddles, tack, firearms, side by side, already consigned. For more information, call Intermountain Auctioneering at 307-380-6000
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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.
Agility Classes beginning June 6th CANINES UNLIMITED TRAINING CRAIG:2BD, 1BA Duplex Apartment. W/D 629-0904 hook-up. Near park and pool. $600 per month +$600 SD Deposit. No pets. Call 970-824-7384. 2001 Coleman Cheyenne pop up camper. Fridge, furnace, storage, hot water heater. King/Double. Sleeps 8. Good condition, new tires. $4000 970-846-5852
King size bed with mattress ($350), coffee table ($100) and leather sofa sleeper ($250). 970-819-2728 Got LaZboy? We Do! Why drive to Denver? www.furnituregalleryofcraig.com. Ron Denning “The Gold Guy” Ron provides immediate payment for your old 385 Ranney. 970-824-2368. gold jewelry, nuggets, Kuggerands, plati- PIN-PONG TABLE!! $199, 1980 4wd Ford num, sterling silver, flatwear, silver electracter $3300, Oak computer High top cherry dining table with leaf trical contacts, coins before 1964. Call desk/cabinet $90, John Deer STX 38” 2 and eight matching chairs. $750 Ron at 970-390-8229 with questions. bagger and thatcher $50. Call 415-328-0314 ronthegoldguy.com 970.824.4647
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 •1BD,1BA, $750. • 2BD, 2 Full Bath, $950 •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
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). STAGECOACH: 3 BR/2 BA condo, 1232 sf, W/D, DW, Fireplace, Great views from brand new decks, NS/NP $875/month. 1 yr. lease. Available now 970-819-2255. 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.
CRAIG:Washers, Dryers, Garbage Disposal,Balconies,Patios in EVERY unit. Great Views. Ridgeview Apts. 615Riford-Rd #5G, 970-824-2772
STEAMBOAT: 2 BR, 2 BA, Yampa View Condo, fully furnished, all utilities included, wireless internet, cable tv, washer and dryer in unit. No Pets, No smoking. Flexable lease terms. Call Joy 303-717-3766.
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STEAMBOAT: 2BD, 1BA Available Immediately Powder Ridge, NS, NP, $925+Electric - 1st, Last, Security Deposit. 970-819-2300.
3+ BR, 2 ½ 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.
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 STEAMBOAT: Alpine Ridge 2BD/2BA, 1-Car Garage, unfurnished, New Carpet, STEAMBOAT:1bd Very Nice Fish Creek W/D, NS/NP, $1295/Month, Year Lease. condo. Great view of town & sunsets, W/D,NS/NP, cable. $1050/mo. includes 865-566-7216. utilities.Bus/walk to town 970.846-4624
STEAMBOAT: Fully Furnished, New Appliances, 1BD/1BA Condo, $925/mo includes W/S/T/C/Gas & Internet, Hot Tub, Available Now, NS/NP. www.CentralParkMgmt.com 879-3294.
STEAMBOAT: Furnished, 550sq. ft. 1BD/1BA Condo, $750/mo includes W/S/T/C, Nice Deck, Fireplace, Queen Bed, NS/NP, Avail Now. www.CentralParkMgmt.com 879-3294.
STEAMBOAT: MOVE-IN READY FULLY FURN & IMMACULATE 2+2+ W/D, F/P, DECKS, GARAGE $1600 MO. INCL ALL UTIL & CABLE N/S, N/P 970-879-2149
STEAMBOAT: Top Floor,Corner Unit, 2BD/2BA+Loft, $1,250/mo includes W/S/T/C, Open Layout, Large Bdrms, FP, Deck, NS/NP, Avail Now, www.CentralParkMgmt.com 879-3294.
STEAMBOAT:Whistler Village 2BD, 1BA. WD, cable, private deck, hot tub/ pool, NS, NP. First, last, deposit. $950 Available NOW! 970-756-0056.
STEAMBOAT:High-End Luxury Rental on Mountain. Panoramic Views of Valley, P r i v a t e - D r i v e , 3-Master-Suites+Den/Media Room, 5BA, 2-Car Garage, Beautifully Furnished, Top Appliances: Granite/Steam Showers, N/S. Long-Term $5500 846-3353.
Available Immediately. On the mountain Rustic 5BR/2BA Duplex. New carpet & paint. W/D, Car Port & a great yard. $2500.00 includes utilities. N/P. Call 970-819-0528.
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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
Steamboat: Looking for a 3rd person to YAMPA:Live In History, 3BD, 1BA Log rent a room in a 4 bd douplex. W/D in Home, Fenced Yard, Garage, $825 unit! all utilites+ wifi included. $600/mo. 1st.last+sec. dep. 1-Yr. Lease Required. on bus route.1 Dog OK? 505.697.2387 Beautiful remodeled 2BR/1BA in peace- 970-638-4618. ful Yampa, about 30 miles south of Steamboat. W/D, DW, woodstove, elec baseboard heat. Garage with woodstove/elec and fenced yard for CRAIG: 3 BR, 2 BA $650.00/mo includes good dog with ref. $800 per month, water/sewer/trash. $600DD, first/last $500 deposit. 970-824-5450. email@example.com . HAYDEN: Small, Clean, 2BR Trailer. W/D, CLARK:Right on Elk River. 3BD, 2BA, Mudroom. Perfect for 1 person or couOAK CREEK:3 bed/2 bath Duplex, fenced WD. NS, Pets Negotiable. $1200 ple. Pets Neg. $500/Mo. 1st, Last, S/D. yard, views, Sunny deck, hardwood monthly, short or long term lease. References 970-819-3546 or 879-0682. floors, In-floor heat, W/D, NS. Available 970-879-3253, 970-846-1896 STEAMBOAT:1BD with private bath Now $1000/mo. 970.846-2127 in spacious 4BD, 4BA townhome located off Hilltop Parkway. Young CLARK:Willow Creek Pass. 3BD, 3BA. 2-car garage, WD, NS, NP. Must See! CRAIG: 2BR/2BA, Fenced Yard, professional preferred. Great reatmosphere. NP. $500 $1300+utilities. 970-734-7435 or 1300Sq/Ft, W/D, N/S. 2BR/1.5BA, laxed Fenced Yard, W/D, N/S, 326-6073 & monthly +utilities. Available Imme970-879-1878. 824-5488. diately. 970-819-3645. CRAIG: 3BD/2 Full BA. W/D, Air Condition, Lg. Deck, Lg. Shed, Lg. Lot Fenced, Shade Trees. Just Remodeled! Deposit STEAMBOAT:Looking for a quiet room$600, $600/Month Rent. N/P, N/S. mate to share a 2 BR, 2 BA condo, Fur970-824-6800 or 970-629-5163. nished, $525+electric, on the mountain, 970-819-2642. CRAIG: Very Nice, 4BR/3BA, Garage, STEAMBOAT: 3BD+office/2.5BA, Fenced, Sprinkler, 2 Sheds, Extra Park$1,950/mo includes W/S/T/Lawn/Snow, ing, W/D, N/S. Call 970-326-6073 or Nice Yard, Garage, Big Deck, Family 970-824-5488. Neighborhood, Avail July. HAYDEN: End Unit Townhome @ Creek www.CentralParkMgmt.com CRAIG:3BD, 1BA. $1100 Utilities in- View, 2BD/2.5BA, Low Util., Garage, 879-3294. cluded. New flooring. 1-Car Garage, W/D, FP, yard, NS. $1045. Month Yard. NP, NS, Available NOW!! Call (970)819-5587 Pix @ www. 970-326-3740. AllAroundProperties.com/rentals.php CRAIG:7BD, 2.5BA, W/D included, nice fenced yard. $1800 monthly +deposit. NS, pets negotiable. Available NOW! 970-326-3740. STEAMBOAT:4BD/2.5BA +Den Mtn. Duplex. $2350 incl. all util.. 2-Garage. N/S. HAYDEN: 3 BR, 2 BA, 2-car garage, W/D, Pet considered. On Bus Route. Avail. mid Storage shed, Nice yard with patio. Hot tub. Great neighborhood. $1450, July. 846-9251 or 846-9255 after 3pm. 970-846-3954. STEAMBOAT:Available July clean, sunny, bright 4BR/3BA, garage, woodstove, gas heat/water, great views, yard, pet considered. $1750.00 970-734-4919 Photos: http://www.picturetrail. com/sfx/album/view/12390007 Very nice 2bd/1ba duplex for rent. Very clean, quiet neighborhood. W/D hookups, No pets, $650/mo. h20, sewer and trash included. 824-8747 leave message
MILNER: 2 BR, 1 BA, House. Pets OK. $900/month. 846-9753
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STEAMBOAT: 3 BR, 3.5 BA, House, Soda Creek Highlands, 12 months lease, unfurnished, 3000 sq. ft., den, 2 car garage, great decks, 7 acres. http://sodacreekhouse.blogspot.com/ $2300 per month, 401-465-4130 or 401-286-1644.
Unique one of a kind home, move in ready. Close to parks and school. Has alarm system, sprinkler system, and beautiful landscaping. PRICE REDUCED TO $250,000.00
1425 W. Victory Way • Craig, CO
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STEAMBOAT: 4 BR, 3.5 BA, 785 McKinley 12 months lease, unfurnished, acre lot on cul de sac & bike path, steps to schools and downtown, $ $2500/Mo., firstname.lastname@example.org. 858 735 6614
MILNER. 2 Garages/Shop buildings available. One heated with bathroom, electricity and gas. One with electricity only. Outdoor storage. $400 each. 970-846-9753
Professional Downtown Spaces at The Lorenz Building 235-325sqft. Off Street Parking. New Heating/Cooling System. Central Park Management 879-3294.
STEAMBOAT: Great Commercial Rental! 1250 Sq/Ft. 2780 Acre Ln. off Downhill Dr. ONLY $900 monthly. 846-4671 or 846-5300
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
STAGECOACH: 3BR, 2BA great family home, amazing views and decks, unfurnished, W/D, Dishwasher, UNF Basement & Outside storage for toys, N/S, pets nego, first+last+dep, $1800/mo, 1yr lease,970-846-7463,avail 7/1 STEAMBOAT: 3 BR, 2 BA, House, CO, 80487, 12 months lease, unfurnished, 1600 sq. ft., W/D, Microwave, Dishwasher, Nice family neighborhood, across from bike path, beautiful views, just west of downtown. No smoking. No pets. , $ $1450/month, 970-879-0655 .
*Frank Kawcak 326-7245 *Dan Kawcak, Broker 326-8840
HAYDEN: End Unit Townhome @ Creek View, 3BD/2BA, low util., garage, deck, W/D, FP, NS. $1195 month (970)819-5587 Pix @ www. AllAroundProperties.com/rentals.php
Expand or upgrade your office Prestigious Fox Creek Park has finished offices or create to your specifications 144-1800 sq. ft. (970) 879-9133
STEAMBOAT: 2BD/1BA, Nicely Upgraded Whistler Village Townhome, New Appliances, Wood Floor, Gas FP, W/D, Large Deck, Pool Onsite, Unfurnished, NS/NP. $1100/mo + util. 970-846-0821.
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 Steamboat: Sunny 2BD/1.5BA, Beauti- and conference room. Utilities inluded. fully Furnished, impeccably clean! , W/D, Rent all or just one. Flexible lease . Deck. Mnt. Views Amenities. 846-6717. Available now. Please call Michael at 970-691-0251 Longterm,NS/NP,$1150/Mo+last/deposit
STEAMBOAT: Retail/Commercial Space, 907 Lincoln Avenue, CO, 80487, flexible lease, unfurnished, 1500 sq. ft., High traffic retail location in downtown Steamboat Springs. Located next to tons of public parking and Steamboat’s signature stores - FM Light and Sons, Off The Beaten Path Bookstore, Fuzzywigs, Lions Drug and the Steamboat Art Company. Low CAM charges, large windows and Lincoln avenue frontage. , $ $29/sqft, 970.819.1432 or 970.846.2114 or Chris@mybrokers.com.
CLASSIFIEDS OAK CREEK: 120 W.Virginia St. 2BD/1BA, Single family home, fixer upper, lease option/cash. $2500/Down, $730/Month. 877-519-0180.
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
For sale Bank owned manufactured home Golden West 1998 26â€™ x 44â€™.3bd/ 2 ba Located @ Fish Creek Trailer Park #60. Asking $55,000. YVHA restrictions apply. Call if interested 970-875-1610.
2008 Ford Focus SE Auto, Great on fuel! Come by and drive $9900 #p2206a2 ask for Schnack NEW!2012 CamAm-Commanders, Only 1 Left HURRY!
2011 Polaris Ranger Steel-Cab/Power Steering! $10,499
Mike LeWarne 629-1322 & 824-3481 www.intermountainrealestatehuntingland.com
On the Other Side of Fear, Is Freedom!
LOCATED ON 5 FENCED ACRES: 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with a classy loft overlook. Oversized garage/ shop with room enough for 2 vehicles and 4-H livestock or storage. This home is in excellent condition with updated tile bathrooms, new ďŹ‚ooring and a covered patio. Could easily be modiďŹ ed in to a 5 bedroom home $262,500
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STEAMBOAT: 2bd/1ba Trailer in Dream Island 14x70, Mud Room, Small Fenced 4BD/2BA ON 15-ACRES, 2-living room Yard $15,000 obo. 970.819.7327 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.
Longtime successful Restaurant for sale. Explore your passion and be your own boss. Serious inquiries only! Contact email@example.com
PISAâ€™S is for sale. As is $90,000 + inventory. Call Chris 970-871-0123
If Youâ€™re NotLiving on The Edge,Youâ€™re TakingUp too Much Room!
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:2300+sqft Warehouse Space plus 450+sqft Office Space Conveniently Located at the Copper Clock Building. Central Park Mgmt 879-3294.
STEAMBOAT:Upstairs 837 Lincoln Ave. Office space. $395 monthly includes utils. Clean and ready for occupancy. 970-846-3325 and 970-879-2438.
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For sale or lease, 2br, 2&3/4ba, 2 car attached garage, full basement w/ fireplace, 6000 sqft shop good water/septic, pets negotiable, many unique extras. Avaliable now, $257,900 or $1,200/mo+util $1000 security/damage deposit. 970-629-2120 firstname.lastname@example.org
CRAZY GOOD DEAL ON RIVER!! 2BD/1BA All Appliances. Storage Shed, Deck on River. Call for Details. Located in Dream Island $19,995/obo 879.5045
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 email@example.com
Attractive, Well Built Cabin. Buyer moves. 540sq/ft plus loft. 20 mile area. Make Offer! 970.223.3255 PRICE REDUCED! FSBO, $239,000, 179 HAYDEN: Charming and Private! 2 bed- Woodbury Drive, 2 stories, 4BD/3BA, room, 1 bath on .25 Acres. Mature Land- 2304sf, 2-car grg, AC, all new kitchen scaping with 1 car Garage. $125,000. appliances, & RV parking 970.824-4868 Stinnett Realty (970)846-3805. COMPLETELY REMODELED! This home has been remodeled and updated throughout. Including new wiring, drywall, texture, flooring and paint. 4 bedrooms and 2 baths go with a large detached garage/shop. Concrete pad behind shop with alley access. This home has a mature fenced yard, located on a nice quiet street. All you have to do is pick your new refrigerator with an $800 appliance allowance!! PRICE REDUCED - $152,000. Call Intermountain Real Estate 970-824-3481 or 970-629-1322. LOCATED ON 5 FENCED ACRES: 3 Bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with a classy loft overlook. Oversized garage/shop with room enough for 2 vehicles and 4-h livestock or storage. This home is in excellent condition with updated tile bathrooms, new flooring and a covered patio. Could easily be modified into a 5 bedroom home. Call 970-824-3481 $262,500
â€˜08 Lexus IS 250, AWD, 1 Owner! 64,000 mi, Auto, V6, Moon roof, Power everything, 2 sets of tires, $20,500. Suzanne 970.846.1087 ***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.
Iâ€™m On Fire!!!
35 and 40 Acre lots East and North of Craig, $100,000 each. $5,000 down 6% wells and electricity, OWC 970.824.4256
NEW! 2011 CanAm Outlander Winch, Bumpers, P/S, $7,999 Save $3,000!
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1997 Subaru Outback 181,000 miles. Automatic, AWD, AC, leather interior, 10 disc CD player, new water pump, new timing belt. New all-season tires AND summer tires. Gasoline / Methanol, Automatic Transmission, Gray Interior, Black Exterior, A/C, Power Windows, Power Steering, Power Door Locks, Telescoping Wheel, A/C - Front, Airbag Driver, Airbag - Passenger, Anti-Lock Brakes, CD - Multi, Bucket seats, Heated: Driver seats, Heated: Passenger seats, Leather seats. $3,300. 970-819-7105 or 970-846-5059 firstname.lastname@example.org.
2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, 300 miles! 2008 Honda Element EX Less than 21K Black with factory bags, ext warranty. miles, Automatic, Sat. Radio, Power Eve- Perfect. Pd $6,000 new from Planet rything!! Moon roof, Running boards, PwrSpts. $3500 OBO. 970-819-7228 Custom Wheels, Luggage rack, AC, AWD, Back Seats have never been used! Like NEW! $22,500 obo 303.229.2297
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
That a Boy, Blue!
Immaculate! 2006 Honda CRF 150F Electric w/ Start. Ridden 5 times. $1700 Call 970-846-3366. 2004 Nissan 350Z Black with 56k miles and perfect service record. Garage stored and lovingly maintained. Includes high volume K&N in-take and Borla exhaust system. Asking $15k. By appointment only. Call John 970-819-4410.
Iâ€™ll Race Ya!
2011 Polaris Ranger w/ Warranty! $9,999
Includes: 6-Speed Manual, Sway-bar, Traction Control System, Anti-lock brakes, A/C, Keyless Entry, Power Windows Door Locks Steering, Cruise Control, Airbags, Alarm System, CD/Radio, Bucket seats
New! Yamaha Zuma moped 50cc $2,390
2005 Nissan Maxima, Sporty! 2002 Toyota Camry, Very Nice! 1999 Nissan Maxima Bargain-priced! Tom Reuter Dealer, checkpointautosales.com. Full Warranties
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Auto Parts of Craig, Trailer & Truckbed Sales, Trailer, RV & Marine Parts, Trailer Repair, Hitch installs. Bait & Tackle (970)824-6544
2005 KTM 400 EXC Clean. Well maintained!! Duel sport. Titled and plated already. Oversized gas tank & soft sided bags. $2950 firm 970.819.7671
‘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
‘07 Tahoe, tinted windows, heated leather seats, tow pkg., 3rd row removable seats, many extras, 108,000 miles, 1998 Nissan Pathfinder 4X4 V6 $18,500, 846-1295 Auto,165K-Mi., AC, PL/PW, Cruise, New timing belt, struts, brakes, roof rack, runs perfect $4,925. 970-846-5188.
2008 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT Leather, Loaded, 4x4, Premium Sound, Extra Clean! Stock#10618 $25,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2010 Palomino Banshee2, Tent trailer Like new, used 4 times. Shower, toilet, cargo area for 4wheeler, boat, etc., furnace, hot water heater, outside grill, sleeps 6. $9500 OBO. (970) 629-0743 Sorrentinod@hotmail.com.
2009 Honda CRV AWD, EX, Super Clean & Low Miles, 1 Owner! Only $16,900 #P2194 Ask for Rupert
1998 Coleman Pop-Up Camper, 14’ Sun Ridge Model, Excellent Condition. $3500. Please call 970-846-7425.
2010 Chevrolet Equinox LT2 AWD, One Owner, Super Clean! $16,900 #J6353A Ask for Mike
2007 GMC Yukon Tow Pkg. DVD, 3rd Row Seating 4x4 stock#10581 $24,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2002 Chevy Tahoe, RED! 2002 Chevrolet Blazer, Great! 2005 Subaru Forester, Sweet! Tom Reuter, Dealer, 875-0700. checkpointautosales.com. 12,000 Mile Warranties.
“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 Honda Pilot, 2002 Jeep Wrangler, Trail-ready! 2005 Durango SLT! 2004 Grand Cherokee,Tom Reuter 875-0700 checkpointautosales.com 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4x4 hard top, 5speed Must See only $24,900 #F6326a Ask for Schnack
1983 Alfa. Great starter camper! 35’. Slide, fridge, tub/shower. $2000. 5th Whl 720-383-5615 email@example.com
2007 Ram Mega Cab SLT 4X4, Hemi, Low Miles, One Owner! Stock# 10575 $23,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2010 Ram Dakota Crew Cab 4x4, Auto, Ready to Hit the Road or Go to Have Fun!! Only $17,900 #P2225 Ask for Laura
2001 Dodge Ram 2500 V8, AC, Fixer Upper, 4x4 Stock# 10622 $5,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2007 Nissan Xterra 4wd, Leather, all power, V6 $11,950 stock#10549 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2003 GMC Envoy, 130k miles, Excellent condition! Fully loaded! New Tires! Very reliable!$5200/obo Martin 970.819.4765
Inside Storage (May-September) $60 per sled free trailer storage. Stock Drive Storage 970-824-3005.
2012 Chevrolet Traverse LT Low Miles, AWD, 3rd Row Stock# 10576 $24,950 NorthwestAutoGMC.net
2008 Buick Enclave CLX AWD, Leather Moon Roof, NAV, Must See, Very Clean w/ Low Miles! Only $26,900 #F6411A Ask for Rupert
2012 Subaru Tribeca AWD, You ask for & here it is! Only $27,900 #P2204 Ask for Ben
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