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Fires continue to scorch state Firefighters still battling blazes across Northwest Colorado; high winds not helping BY ANDIE TESSLER DAILY PRESS WRITER

CRAIG — Firefighters continue to battle blazes across Northwestern Colorado as high winds hamper efforts to contain the spreading flames. The Wild Rose Fire southwest of Texas Mountain in Rio Blanco County has grown to 1,065 acres. Burning since Wednesday, the 360-person fire crew on the scene has contained 10 percent of the fire. Forty-six structures are threatened by the Wild Rose Fire in addition to 40 oil and gas wells and compressor sites.

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The Mountain Home Youth Camp was evacuated safely Wednesday. The Rocky Mountain Incident Management Team took charge of the scene Friday. Five Hot Shots crews and four hand crews used 11 engines, five helicopters and two air tankers in their battle against the tenacious blaze. The closure of Rio Blanco

County Road 116 has been lifted at Colorado Highway 139, but the road to Texas Mountain, C.R. 113 and C.R. 107 between Colorado Highway 139 and C.R. 116 still are closed. The Incident Management Team also has taken charge of the Collins Fire, 17 miles southwest of Meeker. That wildfire has grown to 379 acres, and is 10 percent contained. Seven hand crews and three helicopter crews, along with various support staff, are fighting the blaze with the aid of two helicopters and four engines.

The north-northeasterly path of the flames is threatening power lines, but the fire is moving in the opposite direction of the only structure in the area, a primary residence just 1 1/2 miles from the edge of the fire. The Brush Creek Fire about 10 miles north of Rifle has been burning since Thursday and has grown to 400 acres with the help of 20 mph winds. There are no structures in the area. One Hotshot crew, one hand crew and two initial attack crews have eight engines and two helicopters at their disposal. In all, 91 fire crew personnel

are at the scene and hope to take advantage of calmer winds overnight Saturday. The small, 0.25 acre Razorback Fire near Willow Creek has been contained and controlled by one responding crew. The previously active Ryan, Rope and Lime fires have been contained and are in “mop-up mode,” according to an update posted to the management team’s website. Fire crews were dispatched to a small brush fire off Colo.13 in Moffat County on Saturday evening and quickly extinguished the small hot spot.

Alpine Bank team wins Ski Town Classic golf tournament BY SCOTT STANFORD STEAMBOAT TODAY


CHERI SCULLY PUTTS FOR BIRDIE WHILE SHANNON HANLEY WATCHES the line Saturday on the 17th hole at Catamount Ranch & Club. The team of Scully, Hanley, Amy Hillenbrand and Toni Hennessey shot a 245 over two days to record the second best score in the tournament and win Flight B.

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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Consistency turned out to be the key to winning the top flight of the 16th annual Ski Town USA Golf Classic. After carding a 22-under par score of 122 on Friday at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, the Alpine Bank team of Jeremy Behling, Tom Henninger, Geoff Coon and Glen Traylor found themselves just one shot back of the Black Tie Ski Rentals team — including Ian Prichard, Joe Sternberg, Rich Van Tine and Nick George — which carded a 121. On Saturday at Catamount Ranch & Club, Alpine Bank was able to match its 122 and win the tournament’s top flight by five strokes over the team of Scott Stanford, Jim Miller, Devon Meeks and John Sherrill. The Ski Town Classic is played throughout two days. Foursomes are flighted according to total handicap and teams record two scores on each hole: low gross and low net. No one was able to match the 44 under


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par score of 244 carded by the Alpine Bank team. “We played really consistently both days,” Behling said. “That’s what you have to do. We had a great team. Most of all, it’s great to be able to support a community event like this.” The Alpine Bank team win broke a string of three straight wins by the Tin Man Roofing team of Buddy King, Butch Boucher, Steve Dodson and Randy Nelson. Tin Man Roofing had won every Ski Town Classic since the tournament switched to a flighted format four years ago. The all-women team of Cheri Scully, Toni Hennessey, Amy Hillenbrand and Shannon Hanley carded the second-best score of the tournament, a 23-under par 245 that won Flight B. The Steamboat Motors team of John Centner, Randy Reed, See GOLF on page 2 Horoscope . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Lottery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Opinion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Senior Spotlight . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Weather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2


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Brian Siegel and Ron Boyer carded the low round of the tournament, shooting a 25-under par 119 on Saturday at Catamount to finish at 248. The tournament field featured 37 teams and 147 total golfers. As part of the event, the benefit auction is a major fundraiser for Steamboat’s two Rotary clubs and Routt County United Way. This year’s event grossed more than $150,000, including $60,000 that was raised at the benefit auction Friday night at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort. Alpine Bank is the event’s title sponsor. Other gold sponsors include Central Park

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TODAY ■ Baby and Me classes — Rising Star Youth Training Center. 538 Pershing St., 10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m. 970-629-2692 970-875-1790

■ Al-Anon meeting — First Congregational Church, noon A support group for friends and family of alcoholics. 970-620-1255.

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■ Pulse youth group gathering — New Creation Church, 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. A youth group for children and teens 11 to 18.

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■ Fellowship Group of Alcoholics Anonymous — 657 Green St., 7 p.m. 970-326-6646.

TUESDAY ■ Craig Rotary Club meeting — Holiday Inn, 6:50 a.m. Visitors are welcome. 970-8264444. ■ Free hot meal — St. Michael Catholic Church, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Open to everyone. Volunteers always are welcome. FREE. 970824-5330. ■ Lions Club meeting — Veterans of Foreign Wars, noon. For more information, call Al Shepherd at 970-824-6697. ■ Knit-wits meeting — Sunset Meadows II, 3 to 4 p.m. Knit-wits is a group that makes caps, scarves, quilts, afghans, lap blankets and more for military veterans. All are welcome. 970-8269943. ■ Weight Watchers meeting — St. Michael Catholic Church, 5:30 p.m. Weigh-ins start at 5:30 p.m.; meeting begins at 6 p.m. ■ Group One Alcoholic Anonymous meeting — First Congregational Church, 7 to 8:15 p.m. Closed meetings are for people with a desire to stop drinking only. 970824-1793.

County Library, 3 to 4 p.m. For children 8 and older. Literacybased activities and crafts. For Summer Reading participants only. 970-824-7550, ext. 404.

Moffat County High School band room, 7 to 9 p.m. Bring your instruments. 970-8266598.


■ Craig Lion’s Club meeting — Colorado Northwestern Community College Bell Tower, 6 p.m. 970-824-6697.

■ Wellness Wednesday — Journey at First Baptist, 8:15 a.m. to 3 p.m. For adults 50 and older. Options include art, writing and exercise classes. Lunch is served during lunchtime presentation.

■ Craig Beautification Committee gardening — Victory Garden, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Join fellow gardeners to plant, pull weeds, fertilize and other work to keep the garden beautiful all sum-

■ Women’s Group One Alcoholics Anonymous meeting — First Congregational Church, noon. For women only. 970-824-1793. ■ Library Youth Club — Moffat

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Craig Parks and Recreation is hosting a “Soccer Camp” this summer for youth ages 3 to 16. The camp begins Monday, July 8th and goes through Friday, July 12th. The camp will be held at Woodbury Sports Complex located off of Mack Lane. To register you must go online to www.challengersports. com. There is a late fee of $10 for registrations received after June 28th. First Kicks—Ages 3 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am—$80.00. Mini Soccer—Ages 4 to 5—10:30 am to 12:00 pm—$95.00. Half Day—Ages 6 to 16—9:00 am to 12:00 pm—$118.00. Golden Goal Camp—Ages 6 to 16—1:00 pm to 3:00 pm—$45.00.

BRING IT ON! Stay active this summer and join our fun cheer camp. The camp starts the week of July 22nd. There will be 45 minute practice held at Woodbury Park on Monday and Thursday evenings. Participants will be split into two age groups to work with adult coaches. 1st - 3rd graders and 4th - 6th graders. This program will continue through the end of tackle football in mid-October. The fee is $60. For more information call Craig Parks & Recreation at 826-2004. Deadline to register is Wednesday, July 17th.

(Lap pool will be closed to public) During the Sea Sharks 2013 Swim Meet the Wave Pool will have the following schedule: Sessions: Friday, June 28th 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday, June 29th 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sunday, July 30th 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Admission will be charged for each session. The capacity of the Wave Pool is 200 people admittance will be on a first come first served basis. For more information call Craig Swimming Complex at 824-3015

Tackle Football

Craig Parks and Recreation is not taking registration for Tackle Football. This program is for 3rd through 6th grade. Practices and games will be held three times a week. Season begins in August. The deadline to register is Wednesday, July 17th at the Craig Park & Recreation office located at 300 W. 4th Street, or on our website at For more information on Tackle Football, or how to become a certified coach, or to become an official call 826-2006. Fee is $50

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8:30 to 8:35 Call to order Pledge of Allegiance/Moment of Silence 8:35 to 8:45 Consent Agenda Review & Sign the following documents: a) Approve minutes: June 18 b) Resolutions for Transfer of Intergovernmental Funds for the month of June c) Memo of Understanding between Moffat County Finance and Moffat County Department of Social Services d) Letter of Support for Ray Beck for a seat on the Colorado State Aeronautical Board e) Contract to replace Public Safety Center rooftop HVAC unit f) E-Mag subscription form for Library 8:45 to 9:00 General Discussion Please note that the Board may discuss any topic relevant to County business, whether or not the topic has been specifically noted on this agenda 9:00 to 9:15 Finance Department - Mindy Curtis ■ Present June Budget Supplemental for approval 9:15 to 9:25 EMS Council – Tom Soos ■ Present Pre-Hospital Provider licenses for signature 9:25 to 9:40 Office of Development

Services – Roy Tipton ■ Present bid recommendation for Public Safety Center re-roof ■ Present bid recommendation for Sherman Youth Camp outhouse 9:40 to 9:50 Human Resources Department – Lynnette Running ■ Present Personnel Requisition for approval

Class of 1949 reunion, lunch is set for July 13 The Class of 1949 is planning a reunion and luncheon for July 13 at the Center of Craig. The highlight of the gathering will be the honoring of former teachers Ms. Rose Elnor Hamman and Mrs. Stella Hall. Organizers hope the teachers will be able to attend the reunion; if not, participants will make a video to send to them. All past students and friends of the teachers are welcome to attend. For reservations, call Benna Haughey at 970-8242771.

datebook: Events for the week from Page 3 ■ APA Pool league — Mathers Bar, 7 p.m. to midnight Eight-ball tournaments open to the public. $10 per person. 970-8249946.

THURSDAY ■ Story-time for children — Moffat County Libraries’ Craig branch, 10 a.m. For children and their parents or caregivers. This week’s subject is worms. FREE. 970-824-5115. ■ Do It Downtown Thursdays — 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in downtown Craig Includes sidewalk sales, a variety of activities, live music, food specials, shopping and local artwork. Call Nadine Daszkiewicz at 970-8248148 or kitchen_shop@mindspring. com. ■ Free hot meal — St. Michael Catholic Church, 4 to 6 p.m. Open to everyone. Volunteers always are welcome. FREE. 970824-5330. ■ Chamber mixer — Moffat County Extension Office, 539 S. Barclay St. 5 to 7 p.m. After-hours mixer hosted by Moffat County Cattlewomen, Extension Office, 4-H and Mountain Meats. Meet Chamber members. 970-8245689. ■ Community Bible study — 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. 970-629-1098. ■ Al-Anon family group meeting — First Congregational Church, 7 p.m. For families of alcoholics. All are welcome. FREE. 970-620-1255 or

970-824-6040. ■ Group One Alcoholics Anonymous meeting — First Congregational Church, 8 to 9:15 p.m. Open meeting. 970-824-1793.

FRIDAY ■ Iron Men meeting — Journey at First Baptist, 6 to 7:30 a.m. ■ Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) meeting — New Creation Church, 9 to 11:30 a.m. Child care is provided. All moms of preschoolers are invited. 970-6299504. ■ Knit-wits meeting — Sunset Meadows II, 3 to 4 p.m. Knit-wits is a group that makes caps, scarves, quilts, afghans, lap blankets and more for military veterans. All are welcome. 970-8269943. ■ Elks Lodge bingo — Elks Lodge, 6:15 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m. 43 W. Victory Way. 970-824-6131 or 970-620-0874. ■ Vacation bible school — Craig Church of Christ Classes for three year olds up to sixth-graders, 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. Sunday. Register at craig ■ Celebrate Recovery — First Baptist Church, 7 to 9 p.m. A support group to help people overcome hurts, habits and hangups. Child care will be provided. FREE. 970-824-5926. ■ Fellowship Group of Alcoholics Anonymous — 657 Green St., 7 p.m. 970-326-6646.

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Let’s keep progressives out By MATT WINEY Bears Ears Patriots

Progressivism and progressive thought in government have been the slow death of our American Republic. “I prefer the word ‘progressive,’” Hillary Clinton said when asked if she would use the word “liberal” to describe herself via a YouTube video clip made by Rob Porter, from Irvine, Calif. Woodrow Wilson was one of the first champions of progressivism in America. He explained progressive thought in these terms. In his 1912 “New Freedom” speeches, Wilson defined progressivism as the belief that the laws need to keep up with changes in economic circumstances; the progressive wants to adjust laws to “the facts of the case,” because the law is ultimately an expression of the facts in legal relationships. At first glance, Wilson’s thought seems to be OK. However, when comparing Wilson’s belief — and apparently the belief of many progressives today — versus the system our founding

fathers gave us, we see it is the death of a republic. Woodrow Wilson spoke about the Constitution in a 1912 campaign speech with these words: “The Constitution was founded on the law of gravitation. The government was to exist and move by virtue of the efficacy of “checks and balances.” The trouble with this theory is that government is not a machine, but a living thing. It falls, not under the theory of the universe, but under the theory of organic life. It is accountable to Darwin, not to Newton. It is modified by its environment, necessitated by its tasks, shaped to its functions by the sheer pressure of life.” A republic is based on laws that cannot be easily altered, laws that will stand the test of eternity. The founding fathers believed that the constitution they drew up contained such “eternal laws.” As I have studied progressive thought more and more, I have become more and more concerned about the direction in which America is headed. I have

come to believe that progressives somehow think that they have become an “elite” group that do not need eternal laws to govern themselves. Somehow they believe the progressive thought has evolved past the need for checks and balances. They believe that they understand morality, governance and life in general better than our founding fathers. As I see the $17 trillion in debt that this nation is in, the targeting of the Internal Revenue Service on American citizens and the decaying of rights that were given us by God and meant to be protected by good government, I believe they progressives do not understand what they are doing to the future of America for our children and our grand children. The only way we can change the direction that progressives are taking this nation is to vote them out of office. Many progressive thinkers will be up for re-election next year in Colorado and across this nation — so vote the bums out.

The country-dance at the Hayden Granary was well anticipated by my daughter. We pulled up in front of the old building, and it already was dark. We greeted a few friends on our way in. They informed us that the DJ was really good and only played country music (it was a country barn dance, after all). As we walked Stephanie Pearce up the stairs and peeked in, we saw the dance floor and then to the right in the rectangle room, there were tables and chairs with lots of people occupying them. The room was decorated with white lights that gave off a romantic country feel. There were quite a few people there, but only a few kids around my daughter’s age. Thank goodness her friends from Walden came, or there wouldn’t have been many boys her age to dance with. A few parents and I had talked about the dances we attended when we were growing up, like the dances in Browns Park, which still happen twice a year. Entire families would go. Kids and adults would enjoy a great time dancing together. When the kids got tired, they would just fall asleep on the floor or on a bench, but the adults kept going. Back then, there weren’t separate dances for kids and adults, and it worked pretty well. Kids learned how to dance and how to have a great time with their family. These monthly dances at The Hayden Granary are very much like that. It certainly didn’t last as long, but it was a lot of fun to participate in. The participants sure can dance to all the dances; two steps, waltzes, swing and even a few line dances. Getting out there and seeing kids doing all the amazing swing moves with flips and twirls is a lot of fun. It’s fun also seeing people of all ages getting out and dancing together to dances like the Cotton-Eyed Joe. The Community Barn Dances are held monthly throughout the summer from 8 to 11 p.m. If you don’t know how to dance, show up at 7 p.m. and they will go through some basic moves with you before the dance begins at 8 p.m. The next one is during Hayden Daze on July 20. In August, during Railroad Days, the dance will be Aug. 10. The last one is Sept. 28. There is a suggested donation of $5 to attend. Dates are subject to change. For more information, call 970-276-4250. High School Only teen dances are also sponsored through Grand Futures of Routt County. All you need to go is a high school identification card and $2. These dances also start at 8 p.m. but end at midnight. The future dates for those are on Fridays, July 26 and Aug. 23.


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‘Little Red Hot’ will spice up your child’s bookshelf By DIANE PRATHER for the craig daily press

Some of the most charming children’s books are those that retell classic tales. This week’s book is an example. “Little Red Hot,” written by Eric A. Kimmel and illustrated by Laura HuliskaBeith, is a brand new book at the Craig Moffat County Library. Kimmel has written several children’s books Diane Prather with a southwestern setting. “Little Red Hot” is a Texan tale that focuses on hot chili peppers. In “A Note from the Author” on the credit page at the beginning of the book, Kimmel gives the reader a little background information about chili peppers. For example, readers may not realize that there are more than 200 varieties of chili peppers or that the Scoville Hotness Scale is used to measure the hotness of those peppers. And there’s more information, too, such as the hottest known peppers and how to safely handle hot peppers. This book is the retelling of “Little Red Riding Hood,” the leading character of this book being Little Red Hot. As the book begins, the reader finds Little Red Hot sitting outside her cabin. Two strings of red chili peppers hang from the roof. A colorful rooster and a white hen watch as Little Red Hot eats chili peppers from

a bowl. She must be planning on eating a lot of them because there’s a bucket of peppers nearby. Little Red Hot got her name because she likes hot peppers, and she eats them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Not only that, but she prefers a birthday cake with peppers on top instead of candles. One day, Little Red Hot finds her mother reading a letter. It seems that Grandma is sick with a cold. Little Red Hot decides to bake a hot pepper pie and take it to Grandma to “knock those cold germs right out of her.” So Little Red Hot opens a recipe book to a recipe for “World’s Hottest Pepper Pie.” The little white hen helps by holding an egg between her wings. Possibly the only thing that’s ordinary about this pie is the crust. The ingredients include Louisiana Hot Sauce (a substitute for milk), eggs, a slice of cheese, and the hottest peppers that Little Red Hot can find. The labels on the pepper containers have warnings on them. For example, the Tabasco peppers “could knock over a longhorn,” and the Habanero peppers “could take the paint off the wall.” And there are more peppers and more warnings. When she’s finished putting the pie together, Little Red Hot doesn’t even have to put it in the oven; the pie is so hot it bakes itself! Pretty soon, Little Red Hot gets on her pony and takes off for Grandma’s house. It isn’t long until she meets up with Pecos Bill

and his cowboys. They warn Little Red Hot that Senor Lobo, the Big Bad Wolf, is in the area. The Three Little Tamales told them so. Sure enough, Little Red Hot spots a big gray animal that’s loping along on his hind legs. (He’s a pretty ridiculous sight, indeed.) The gray animal claims that he’s Senor Coyote, and he says he wouldn’t hurt a fly. But he’s Senor Lobo, and when he finds out that Little Red Hot is on the way to Grandma’s house, he takes a short cut and beats her to Grandma’s front door. Grandma might be sick, but she’s a pretty sharp old lady. She knows a wolf when she sees one, so she and her cat jump out the window. Little Red Hot shows up and finds the wolf in bed, and just like the original classic tale, she wonders about Grandma’s big eyes, big ears and big teeth, but this heroine has a hot pepper pie! This is a delightful book! “Little Red Hot” is published by Amazon Children’s Publishing (2013). The book can be found at the Craig Moffat County Library. Author Eric A. Kimmel has also written “Jack and the Giant Barbecue,” “The Three Little Tamales” (an award-winning book), “The Great Texas Hamster Drive,” and “Cactus Soup” (a retelling of “Stone Soup”). Illustrator Laura Huliska-Beith has illustrated other children’s books, including “The Adventures of Granny Clearwater & Little Critter.”


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Williams, Sharapova trade spats By HOWARD FENDRICH The Associated Press

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Colorado Rockies right fielder Michael Cuddyer hits a solo home run against the Washington Nationals on Sunday in the second inning at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C..

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WASHINGTON — Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss called Michael Cuddyer “one of the better kept secrets in the game.” That perception might change soon. Cuddyer homered in his first at-bat to extend the major league’s longest hitting streak this season to 21 games — and the Rockies hung on to beat the Washington Nationals, 7-6, on Sunday. Cuddyer went 3 for 4 with four RBIs to break a tie with St. Louis Cardinals third baseman David Freese for the year’s top streak, and the Rockies right fielder is now just two games shy of matching the franchise’s best run. Dante Bichette, now the team’s hitting coach, had hits in 23 consecutive games in 1995. Cuddyer also extended his Colorado record for consecutive games reaching base to 40. And if all that means he gets

more recognition, he wouldn’t mind. “After 12 years of being in the big leagues, you don’t like to think of yourself as a secret,” Cuddyer said with a laugh. Not that he would mind remaining under the radar, either. “He doesn’t care about that stuff,” Weiss said. “He likes to show up, compete and work on his beard. That’s all that matters to Cuddy.” With his wife and son in attendance, Cuddyer, a Virginia native, had an RBI single in Colorado’s three-run third inning and a two-run single in a three-run fourth, an inning Nolan Arenado led off with a homer. That gave Jorge De La Rosa (8-4) a 7-0 cushion. He allowed seven hits in six innings, trading both his earned runs for outs in the bottom of the fourth. In his shortest start this year aside from a May outing he left early due to lower-back spasms,

Ross Detwiler (2-6) allowed a season-high seven earned runs — three more than any other game. Washington right fielder Jayson Werth started after missing Saturday’s game with flulike symptoms, but he left in the fourth inning following his second hit. Werth stretched his left leg on first base before gesturing to the dugout for a pinch runner. “I think I’ll be all right,” Werth said. “Groins are pretty straight forward. I’ve had a couple of them in the past, but never missed any time, so I’m hoping that will be the case.” Colorado left fielder Carlos Gonzalez left the game in the middle of the eighth inning with a leg cramp. Washington third baseman Ryan Zimmerman had an RBI infield single in the bottom of the eighth, and a second run scored on the play when Rockies short stop Josh Rutledge booted the ball. Jhonatan Solano pinch

hit and lined a two-out, two-run double to centerfield. But Rex Brothers struck out Ian Desmond and threw a perfect ninth, ensuring the Nationals’ four-run eighth left them still a run short. Brothers’ fourth save was also Colorado’s first four-out save of the season. “I try not to show much emotion in there,” Weiss said. “But you know that, deep down, you’ve got to put this game away. You’ve got put this game away, because wins are precious in this league, and when you get out to a lead like that, you’ve got to put it away, because it’s going to be tough enough to win in this league as it is.” If the Rockies were looking for a stabilizing influence during their up-and-down game, Cuddyer sounds as if he could have provided it. “That’s the thing about hitting streaks,” Cuddyer said. “The day it’s over, you go back to being a baseball player.”

LONDON — As her agent nodded along approvingly from a front-row seat, Serena Williams sounded contrite and composed. Well-rehearsed, too. Williams even managed to crack herself up with a couple of jokes during her news conference at Wimbledon as the defending champion, where the primary topic was hardly her 31-match winning streak or her bid for a sixth title at the All England Club or her injured sister Venus’ absence from the field. Instead, more than half the questions at Sunday’s session revolved around themes generating the most buzz on the eve of tennis’ oldest and most prestigious Grand Slam tournament: what Williams was quoted as saying in a recent magazine article — and Maria Sharapova’s surprisingly forceful verbal swipe in reaction to that story. “It definitely hasn’t been easy,” the No. 1-ranked Williams said about the stir created by a Rolling Stone profile posted online Tuesday. “And I feel like I really wanted to say: I apologize for everything that was said in that article.” Williams already had issued a statement expressing regret for remarks about the 16-year-old victim in the Steubenville, Ohio, rape case. On Sunday, Williams said she approached the No. 3-ranked Sharapova to try to smooth things over by extending an apology at a pre-tournament players’ party Thursday. The back-and-forth between two of the sport’s most popular and successful women can be traced to a passage where the story’s author surmised that something critical Williams said during a telephone conversation with her sister referred to Sharapova. But Thursday’s interaction didn’t end the matter because Sharapova delivered this broadside at her news conference Saturday: “If she wants to talk about something personal, maybe she should talk about her relationship and her boyfriend that was married and is getting a divorce and has kids.”

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BOSTON — Jonathan Toews watched the end of the fifth game of the Stanley Cup Final from the Blackhawks bench, unable to play after a hit to his head. Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron was in a Chicago hospital after leaving the United Center by ambulance. As the Stanley Cup Final approaches a sixth and potential clinching game tonight, the attention shifted from the players on the ice to the ones who might not make it there, including two of the top forwards and biggest stars in the series. “It’s not the best situation for either team,” Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask said Sunday after

both teams flew back to Boston. “But it’s a tough sport, and injuries happen. When you leave it all out there to help your team win, that’s all part of the game.” Bergeron was injured in the second period of Game 5 on Saturday night, which the Blackhawks won, 3-1, to take a 3-2 lead in the series. He made two brief appearances on the ice in the third period but something was obviously wrong and he was unable to complete either shift. Toews, who won the Selke Award as the NHL’s top defensive forward — Bergeron was a finalist — missed the entire third period after a shot to the head from Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk. “They’re both great players,” Chicago winger Patrick Sharp

said. “I think any coach in the league, any player in the league, would like to have those guys on their team. They take pride in taking faceoffs, playing well away from the puck, making their linemates better, (they’re) both big parts of the locker room. “I can’t speak for what Boston is dealing with, with Bergeron. I know I don’t need to say much about Jonathan. I think everyone knows what we think of him in our locker room. Hopefully we can have him back for (Monday).” Bergeron, who was taken to the hospital for observation, was released later Saturday night and rejoined his teammates for a team meal. “He was crushing some food,” Bruins forward Brad Marchand said Sunday.

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CROMWELL, Conn. — Ken Duke needed 187 starts on the PGA Tour to get his first win, securing it at a tournament that is building a reputation for such breakthroughs. The 44-year-old journeyman made a 2 1/2 foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Sunday to beat Chris Stroud at the Travelers Championship. Stroud, who also was looking for his first title, had chipped in from 51 feet on the 18th hole, to get to 12-under par and force the playoff. But Duke made the better approach shot on the second extra hole, bouncing his ball in front of the flag and rolling it close. “Yeah, it’s been a long time,” said Duke, who turned

pro in 1994. “I’ve been on the Canadian tour, the mini tours, Asian Tour, South American Tour, all of them;, and it’s just great to be a part of this big family on the PGA Tour.” Duke, who came in ranked 144th in the world, is the sixth golfer in eight years to get his first PGA Tour win here, joining J.J. Henry (2006), Hunter Mahan (2007), Bubba Watson (2010), Fredrik Jacobsen (2011) and Marc Leishman last year. Canadian Graham DeLaet finished a stroke back in third place with a 269. Watson finished fourth, two shots behind, after making a six on the par-3 16th hole. “You gotta believe in yourself in everything you do,” Duke said. “That’s why those guys at the top are winning week in, week out because they believe they can do it. It’s kind of one

of those things once you finally do it it might come easier the next time. That’s kind of the way I feel.” Duke wouldn’t have been in position to win at all had luck not intervened on the 10th hole, when his ball ricocheted off a tree and onto the green to about 5 feet from the pin, allowing him to make birdie. After a 17-foot birdie putt on the next hole, he made a 45-footer on the 13th hole, a shot that looked as though it might go past the hole to the right, before falling in. He battled Watson for the lead down the back nine, until the former Masters champion found trouble on the 16th. Watson put his drive into the water and put his next shot over the green. He finished two strokes back in fourth place.

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and start doing donuts because I couldn’t think about what I was doing. I tried to key the radio once and I couldn’t even talk. So I thought, ‘OK, I’m going to do some donuts and wave to the fans.’ But after I stopped the first time and did that, I calmed down a little bit and I just wanted to make sure I took my time coming back, because I remember at Dover it all happens way too fast. You never know when you’re going to get that opportunity again.” Truex blew out his rear tires, tried to wave to every single fan he saw, and took a slow drive around the picturesque road course on his way to Victory Lane, where the MWR crew was waiting to drink from the winner’s enormous wine glass. “I told them on the radio, if they’re waiting on me, too bad. I’m taking my time,” he said. “You can’t explain the feeling. When it’s

been that long and you worked so hard and you’ve been so close ... when you think at times, ‘Man, is this ever going to happen again?’ You can’t explain the feeling. It’s pretty surreal.” Truex worked his way to the front and used strategy to stay with the leaders. He then pulled away after the final restart and built a healthy lead of more than six seconds over Juan Pablo Montoya, who was running second until he ran out of gas on the final lap. “I’m ecstatic. But I’m not exactly sure how that happened,” said Truex, who admitted he wasn’t pleased with his car following Friday’s practices. “The car was just phenomenal all day long and once I was near the front and didn’t have to run the car 110 percent, it just would stay with me on the long runs and I was able to drive away from everyone.”

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Kennel Assistant Job Listing Busy kennel in Craig looking for part-time employee. Hours will be evenings, every other weekend, and holidays. Duties will be as follows; feeding and walking animals, keeping the kennel environment clean and organized. Cleaning and maintaining floors, windows, kennels, etc. Disposing of trash and animal waste. Performing routine housekeeping tasks such as laundry, dishwashing, etc. Assist fellow employees and other departments as needed. Previous housekeeping experience preferred. Previous experience with dogs/cats preferred. Must be able to work independently as well as part of a team environment. Must have good verbal, written communication, and prioritizing skills. Must be detail oriented and organized with the ability to safely lift 50lbs. Please respond via email with resume to No walk in’s or phone calls please.

FT/YR Housekeepers wanted benefits offered. Please apply at 2096 Indian Summer Drive, Steamboat Springs CO 80487. Or email resume to

Holiday Inn Craig, Seeking part time night auditor and full or part time front desk associates. Apply in Person.





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COMMUNITY IMPACT COORDINATOR - Moffat County United Way providing a competitive salary depending upon experience. To develop, coordinate, administer and lead activities related to the United Way community impact program in Moffat County. Strong verbal and written communication skills. High School diploma. Preferably a Bachelor degree or equivalent or work experience. Job packet available at Moffat County United Way office, 970-824-6222, Deadline: June 26, 2013 EOE/ADA

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

Gas Station Attendant/Manager, FT/YR Temp to Perm. Needs 3 years experience with POS system. $15-$17 per hour. Located in Craig, CO. Apply

HOW ABOUT EARNING $200.00 FOR 2 - 2 1/2 HOURS ON SUNDAYS The Steamboat Pilot & Today is seeking one responsible individual to deliver the Sunday newspaper to home subscribers in Steamboat Springs. Earn $200+ per month for one day a week. This route takes approximately 2 - 2 1/2 hrs. This is early morning hours and you MUST have dependable transportation. A valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance is required. Hurry the opportunity for this route won’t last long. If this interest you, please stop by the Steamboat Pilot & Today office building at 1901 Curve Plaza and fill out an application, you may also e-mail

-Patient Care Representative -Health Insurance Outreach Program Coordinator -Home Health Coordinator -Health Insurance Coverage Guide -Personal Care Provider/Homemaker Please visit: For full posting and job description. EOE

Looking for Full Time/Part Time RN’s and LPN’s. Contact Wenona at 970-826-4100.

Looking for Full Time/Part Time CNA’s Part time Housekeeping/Floors Cathy at 970-826-4100 Town of Baggs has a water/wastewater/maintenance position. Duties: operating the water plant and lagoon, care and maintenance of the distribution and collection systems as well as road and park maintenance. Desired qualifications: Level 1 Distribution, Level 1 Wastewater and Collections licenses within one year, Wyoming Level 3 Water Treatment license within three years, Class B CDL, high school diploma or equivalent, be able to work some holidays and weekends. Starting wage $14.00-$17.00 depending on qualifications. Benefits: health insurance and retirement. Position closes June 28, 2013. Please contact Baggs Town Hall at 307-383-7335 or for an application packet.

Landscape Spvr - Seasonal Exp lawn care tech desired. Equip operation knwl preferred. Valid Co. license and clean driving record a must. Inquire at

Walmart in Steamboat Springs is now accepting applications for overnight stocking positions, mid shift truck unloaders, & floor positions. Apply within at the hiring Kiosk or Online at

Now Hiring Managers and Crew! What do you want to work? -10 hours a week -20 hours a week -30 hours a week -40 hours a week Join a fun team with -Opportunities for advancement -Discount Meals -Flexible Schedules Apply in person at our Craig or Steamboat Springs location!

Price Mine Service is now hiring Under ground Coal Miners, roof bolters, miner operators, Under Ground Foreman’s and Under Ground Electricians. For more information please call 970-824 4300.

Moffat County Government Employment Opportunities

Visit the Colorado Workforce Center (970) 824-3246 or Moffat County is an EEO Employer.


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. or call 970.871.1346

The Ptarmigan Inn is currently looking for friendly, professional people to join our Team, we have the following positions available: Day & Evening Part-time Front Desk -Shifts as well as Housekeepers. Hotel Experience preferred but not required, Part-time positions my be combined into one full-time position for the right candidate. Please Apply @ Horizons is seeking conscientious, car- 2304 Après Ski Way or Email Resume to ing individuals to work for adults w/ de- velopmental disabilities in Craig. Horizons offers competitive pay/excellent Quality Inn & Suites is seeking FT/PT benefits. Applicants must have valid CO Housekeepers, must be dependable, driver’s license, High School diploma detail-oriented. Flexible hours. Excellent and + 21 years of age, preferably have pay and benefits. Apply in person at CNA cert. FT/PT positions available. Con- 1055 Walton Creek Road. tact Vickie or Michael at the Craig office, 970-824-7804 (EOE) YVRA Seasonal Line Cook $14.70/hour Details: Deadline: July 2, 2013 Routt County an Equal Opportunity Employer Three Peaks Grill hiring for kitchen positions. Experienced cooks. Apply in person Tues-Sat: 2165 Pinegrove Rd. Resumes

Mambo Italiano is hiring an experienced Pizza Cook/Line Cook. Position starts immediately. Apply in person at Mambo Italiano with resume.

Cook, server, busser positions now available. Competitive wages offered. Administrative Assistant Assisting Director of Youth Hockey and Apply in person - McKnights Irish Pub managing office duties. Contact Chris Mon-Fri 2-4pm. 685 Marketplace Plaza Kaminski at 970-846-7630 or send reVillage Inn is now hiring for all posumes to sitions. We are looking for people with the highest integrity, great attitude, team player and a desire to serve others. Must be able to work in a fast paced high stress enviRoutt County Planner II ronment. Please see the manager Details: on Duty to obtain an application Deadline: July 1, 2013 and schedule an interview. NO Routt County an PHONE CALLS!! Equal Opportunity Employer Routt County Human Services Child Support Specialist Details: Deadline: July 8, 2013 Routt County an Equal Opportunity Employer

Graphic Designer, Part Time. Big Agnes/Honey Stinger is seeking a creative, enthusiastic designer to join the marketing team, and assist Creative Director in developing pieces from concept to completion. Requires Adobe CS and degree graphic design. Send resume and portfolio to

Sales Are you sharp, competitive, a great communicator, and hungry for a rewarding career? If so, we would like to speak with you. Apply to

Dated: May 30, 2013. 111906-1 District Court Moffat County, Colorado 221 West Victory Way Craig, Colorado 81625 Telephone: 970-824-8254 PLAINTIFF: MOFFAT COUNTY, COLORADO, a body politic, on behalf of the MUSEUM OF NORTHWEST COLORADO, a Moffat County entity, v.


_____________________ Rebecca Tyree, #26888 Moffat Attorney Attorney for Plaintiff 221 West Victory Way, Suite 120 Craig, CO 91625


Published in the Craig Daily Press First publication date: June 3, 2013 Final publication date: June 24, 2013 10337609



Case Number: 13 CV30051 Division Courtroom SUMMONS THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the claims of the complaint filed with the Court in this action, by filing with the clerk of this court an answer or other response. You are required to file your answer or other response within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you. Service of this summons shall be complete on the day of the last publication. A copy of the complaint may be obtained from the clerk of the court. If you fail to file your answer or other response to the complaint in writing within thirty (30) days after the date of the last publication, judgment by default may be rendered against you by the court for the relief demanded in the complaint without further notice.

Parcel 1: An undivided three-eighths (3/8ths) interest in the right, title and interest in and to the oil, gas, all other hydrocarbons, coalbed methane, helium, nitrogen and all substances produced in association from coal bearing formations or elsewhere, uranium, gold, silver and any and all other precious metals and any and all other minerals of every kind and character, whether similar or dissimilar to said named minerals, and any and all mineral rights, royalty interests and interests of every kind and character lying in, under and upon the real property situate in Moffat County Colorado, described as follows:

together with the full and free right to enter upon said premises and to use so much of the surface thereof as may be reasonably necessary for operating, drilling and marketing the production thereof, and for the purpose of this reservation; subject, however, to the payment of any actual damages to the growing crops and improvements thereon caused by operations or development under this reservation; also for actual damages caused to the surface of such land.


Published in the Craig Daily Press, Craig, Colorado. Date of First Publication: June 3, 2013 Date of Last Publication: June 10, 2013

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Township 7 North, Range 91 West of the 6th P.M. Section 27: Lots 7, 8 & 10 Containing 120.34 surface acres

YEAR ROUND POSITION with BENEFITS! Retail Sales Associate spanish-speaking a definite PLUS!$15.79/hour; Retail Sales Experience Required. To Apply: EOE Drug Free Work Place.

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This is an action to quiet title to certain real property located in Moffat County, Colorado, described as follows:

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT & SALES Kitchen & Bath Company looking for a reliable/outgoing personality who has good customer service skills, attention to detail and can handle a busy office. Experience with phones, computers, including knowledge of Quickbooks, Word, Excel and Outlook. Only those interested in a permanent year round full time position need apply. Email resume to

The Friends of the Chief, a nonprofit 501(c)(3), is seeking an Executive Director for the Chief Theater. The ideal candidate will be a visionary leader and strategic thinker who can combine passion and creativity with a thorough knowledge and understanding of the broad range of performing arts and entertainment. Candidates must possess a strong record of success in communication skills, programming, fundraising, and marketing - a person of high energy with the ability to maintain a rigorous schedule. For more details please visit our website at Submit resumes to

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Parcel 2: An undivided twenty-one sixty-fourths (21/64ths) interest in the right, title and interest in and to the oil, gas, all other hydrocarbons, coalbed methane, helium, nitrogen and all substances produced in association from coal bearing formations or elsewhere, uranium, gold, silver and any and all other precious metals and any and all other minerals of every kind and character, whether similar or dissimilar to said named minerals, and any and all mineral rights, royalty interests and interests of every kind and character lying in, under and upon the real property situate in Moffat County Colorado, described as follows: Township 3 North, Range 91 West of the 6th

Mobile Auto Detailing: I’ll come to you and steam clean your car! Very fair rates from $150. Call for appointment. 970-819-7216.


In Craig Responsible 16-year-old Your home or mine Reasonable Rates 970-291-1367

Cleaning and carpet care services. Commercial/residential. Certified carpet technician. Local references. Call New Life Carpet Care today! 970-824-1017


LAWN MOWING In Craig Reasonable Rates Fast Service 970-701-9098

Dogs: Daisy - Female Bearded Collie Dozer - Male\ Pit bull Ken - Male Wirehair Dachshund Bounce - Female Border Collie Mix Barbie - Female Wirehari Dachshund Fiona - Female Bassett Hound Tank - Male Mastiff Teddy - Male Border Collie Alice - Female Beagle mix Gizmo - Female Poodle mix Jackson - Male Chihuahua mix Roscoe - Male Shepherd mix Roscoe #2 - Male Black & Tan Chihuahua Cats: Jessice - Female Long hairedSiamese Marilyn - Female Long haired Siamese Donnie - Male orange tabby Lucy - female black and white w/5 kittens Missy - Female Gray tabby Beth - Female Black & white Belinda - Female tabby China - Female Calico Reba - Female tabby Moffat County Humane Society 970-824-5964 Please do your part in controlling pet overpopulation - spay and neuter your pets! You can see these pets and more at

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New Xbox 360 250gb, HDD, 2 Free Got LaZboy? We Do! Why drive to DenGames, 1 Month Free Xbox Live Gold, ver? $300 Call or Text: 228-383-4070. 385 Ranney. 970-824-2368.

50 Acres Dry Land Hay on RCR35 U mow, bale, haul, & store it Cash$ or shares negotiable call 256-783-4271

1945 International Farmall M. Excellent condition. New rubber. $3000. 846-7823. John Deere 535 Round Baler for Sale, 540 pto, Good Shape, Always Shedded, 2 pc L-Shaped Sectional. 9 1/2 x 7 ft, 970-879-4974, $6000 Brand New condition, Light Brown Soft Corduroy, leather-like frame, firmer, not overstuffed. $850 OBO. Call 638-4495. FREE: Sofa/Couch 90 inches long, gently worn with used cover. Long enough to 72â&#x20AC;? Leather sofa. Putty color. $300 OBO. sleep 1 person. Call 970-879-4866. 307-630-0716. FREE. Rabbit cage, outdoor huts, dbl kitchen sink, indoor framed door, several accordian window shades (tan), ect.. Call for directions or info 970.846.0045. FREE: Three 5â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x7â&#x20AC;&#x2122; single hung windows and one 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122; wide patio door. Call Steve at 970.819.7412.

FREE old Redwood hot tub barrel for your landscaping fun. Come get it. 367-1950 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. **Stainless Steel Appliance Kenmore Washer & Dryer - Electric, Hardcore Brand Workout Bench** Call for Pricing! Tracey 970.846.7667

CASH PAID AND FREE TOWING for all unwanted and abandoned vehicles CALL (970)846-7452

Craig: 1BD $465 / 2BD $560 NOW OFFERING PAWN LOANS! We Are Paying â&#x20AC;&#x153;CA$Hâ&#x20AC;? for â&#x20AC;˘GOLD â&#x20AC;˘SILVER â&#x20AC;˘PLATINUM â&#x20AC;˘Jewelry â&#x20AC;˘Coins â&#x20AC;˘Bullion

2400 Lincoln Avenue (Just West TWIN ENVIRO SERVICES NOW OFFERING RESIDENTIAL FOOD and ORGANIC WASTE COLLECTION IN STEAMBOAT SPRINGS 970-879-6985 OR MILNER@TWINENVIRO.COM Home Solar Power System: 12 Solarex Panels, Trace Inverter, 8 Brand New Deka Batteries, Metal Rack, Wiring to Connect Panels. $3750 970-846-4905.

King Mattress Bed For Sale. Very Good Shape. $100. 970.819.2728


VEHICLES FOR CASH up to $1200!! AMERICAN TOWING 970-819-5957

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FOR SALE: Rascal 500 Deluxe Scooter/Power Chair. 300lb. Weight Capacity + Rascal Ulti-lite Lift Fits on Class 2 & 3 Hitch. $2500/OBO. Call 970-819-8005.

We buy Trucks and Heavy Equipment. Byrne Equipment Sales Craig, CO. 970-826-0051. FOR SALE - TRAILER 97 Econoline 24 ft, 2400 lb, pintle hitch, electric jack, wood deck. $3000. 970.879.3429.


Garmin Edge 305 GPS bike computer Great condition. Perfect gift for mountain bikers and road cyclists alike. Long battery life, water resistant. Includes Garmin heart rate monitor, handlebar mount, USB cable and AC power charger. $100. 970-846-6829.

Lost: Large red border collie cross male on Lynx Pass on 6/8/13. Very lovable and friendly. Name is Tel. 970-736-2413

1913 Chickering upright piano. Beautiful tone when tuned. $300 970-819-0591 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.

A HOME FOR YOUR HORSE 1. Open Pasture Board with or without hay and feed. 2. Full care with daily turnout. 3. Private, large padlocks with run in sheds or shelters. 4. Individual large indoor stalls. 5. Training and farrier service. 40 Years of horse experience. We will customize our services to fit your needs.

FREE: Hot Tub, U-Haul, 970-846-8351. WANTED Colorado landowner voucher 6 ferrets with cage to a loving home. deer license, deer area 3, for muzzle- Ten Fresh Qorriente roping cattle, Contact Mary at 970-620-5624. loader season. 307-362-6918 $450-$600. Call 970.367.6798 Pyrenees/German Sheperd mix needs a home. 6-7 months old. gold/white. Fe- $500 for Private Land Pronghorn Hunting Access male. She loves kids!!! 970.620.5156

CRAIG:1Bedroom, 1Bath, Apartment for RV, Boat, Water Sport, Marine Parts, Rent. $550 month. No pets. No smoking. Bait, Tackle, Trailer Parts/Repair, Trailer Call for applications at 970-629-3823 & Truckbed Sales. Auto Parts of Craig, 824-6544. CRAIG:Furnished, upstairs 2BD apartment. $590 plus electric, $550 SD. No Old Town Camper Canoe 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122;. Retails for Pets. Application. Hix Apartments, 734 $1699.99. Like new condition, includes Country Club Dr. 970-824-3511(h), 3 paddles and 2 life jackets $800. 970-824-5766(w). 879-4642

Craftsman 8.5hp 27â&#x20AC;? snowblower. 2006 model but only 10 hours use. Great condition. $1000+ to buy new today. Selling for $475 OBO 970-819-7228

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Going on a raft trip? Rent the perfect 15-foot family raft, complete with frame, oars, drybox, cooler and more. 846-6581


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.

â&#x20AC;˘CASH for Select Cars â&#x20AC;˘Copper, Aluminum â&#x20AC;˘Public Drop Off 24/7 40025 Baker Way

D&D Enterprises, Inc. Local Company 970-870-1767

TOP $ paid (up to $1000) for unwanted and abandoned vehicles (970)-879-1179

CRAIG:Large 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms near Mall. Parking, laundry facilities. Electric, kitchens, DW, Dining area. Small Pets ok, Some furnished. Starting at $450. Virginia 970-824-7120.

Responsible, experienced Colorado ALPACAS! 3 gelded males for $100. 3 hunter willing to pay $500 cash for tres- females for $100. Groups need to stay pass fee on private land in Game MGMT. separated. 970-736-1129. Section 13, Routt County for 2013 Pronghorn season, 10/5-10/11 fullpoint call Alan 970-963-3027.

The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Stolenâ&#x20AC;? trilogy by K.A. Krisko. Meet the author of this fantasy series at Downtown Books in Craig on Thursday, June 27. Call 824-5343 for more info

Ron Denning â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Gold Guyâ&#x20AC;? Ron provides immediate payment for your old gold jewelry, nuggets, Kuggerands, platinum, sterling silver, flatwear, silver electrical contacts, coins before 1964. Call Ron at 970-390-8229 with questions.

BLACK ANGUS BULL, 16 mos., very calm. PAP, fertility, and trich, $3500. Very pretty SORREL FILLY QH, 2 years, halter broke. $1000. Gentle giant - 20 YO MUSTANG gelding, buckskin, trail and pack, $750. 970-361-5968 or email

CRAIG:Washers, Dryers, Garbage Disposal,Balconies,Patios in EVERY unit. Great Views. Ridgeview Apts. 615Riford-Rd #5G, 970-824-2772

Free mammograms and pap tests for women age 40-64, uninsured or underinsured call NWCOVNA at 879-1632 or 824-8233.

RENTALS Assorted Steel Bldgs Up to 50% off cost to put up Erection info available Source# 18X 800-964-8335

CRAIG: 2BD, choose from a top notch selection of finishes in a quiet neighborhood with opportunities during this difficult economy.Call 970-629-8262.

Australian Labradoodle Puppies miniature, medium and standard w w w. b l a c k c a n y o n d o o d l e s . c o m $2100.00 970 240 6166

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FREE Aspen Firewood. You cut & haul from Freeman Reservoir area. 629-2250


REWARD Lovable grey male cat with half of a tail lost the evening of 6/9 in Craig near Breeze and 9th. Please call 512-665-7646 if you have any information.

CALL AMW WELDING FOR ALL ASPECTS OF WELDING. Serving the Yampa Valley since 1995. (970) 870-8290

OAK CREEK SAWMILL has Free Shavings and Sawdust, Excellent Bedding, 2 Miles W. of Oak Creek on CR27, call Randy at 846-4900. New womens Ridley road bike 51cm $780. Diamondback Overdrive Expert hardtail 29er med/18â&#x20AC;? $490 both include warranty. Yeti ASR-c sz.LG $2300. B.O.B jogger, Tag-a-long, Trek 850 1 speed townie sz.XL/22â&#x20AC;? $40 ea. 970-879-6499

Safe, Quiet, Park-Like Setting Highland Green Apartments (970) 824-6051 office (970) 819-3660 text


LMC Snowcat. 10 way blade, Flat bed, Groomer bar, $6,500.Call 970.879.8438

MF laser printer. 6 mos old, works perfectly, includes 3 extra cartridges. $100. 276-3638

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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


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STEAMBOAT: Downtown. Rustic, clean 2/1 available June. Gas heat, W/D, pets under 20lbs considered. $950. See photos:970-734-4919 w/2693405

STEAMBOAT: 2BR/1BA, Whistler Village Townhome, Wood Floors on Main Level, new carpet and paint before move in, Gas FP, W/D, Large Private Deck, Pool and Hot Tub on site, Unfurnished, N/S, N/P, On Bus Route, $1050/Month + Utilities, Internet included, Available July 15th, Call 816-777-7923.

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, $1500/mo, 1yr lease,970-846-7463,avail 7/1

STEAMBOAT:3bd/1ba apartment On Oak street by PO. W/D. Near bus.NS/NP Year STEAMBOAT: Alpine Ridge 2BD/2BA, lease.1st/last/security. Available July 1st 1-Car Garage, unfurnished, New Carpet, CRAIG: 3BD/1BA House w/1-Car GarW/D, NS/NP, $1250/Month, Year Lease. age, $1,095/mo Includes W/S/T. Fin$1500/month, Steve 846-3123 865-566-7216. ished Basement, Large Yard, 1-Dog Neg, Avail Now, CPM 970-824-6464. STEAMBOAT:2BD/2BA w/balcony, W/D. STEAMBOAT:Clean 1BD, 1BA located in Walk to Tennis bubble,Hottub & htd pool. Dream Island. NS, NP, 6-month lease. $630 monthly. 970-879-0261 or South valley views. Convenient location. Flex lease, $1700+elec 303-887-2479. 970-819-9973. CRAIG: Exceptional 2 BR, 1 BA, W/D, STEAMBOAT:Villas 2BD, 2BA. Garage. 8X10 Storage, $800.00, (970) 846-0188. STEAMBOAT:Clean 2 room studio w/ full N/S, N/P, W/D, $1350 monthly includes bath located in Dream Island. NS, NP, heat, water, cable. 1 year lease. First, 6-month lease. $500 monthly includes last, sec. deposit. 970-736-1122. utilities. 970-819-9973 or 879-0261.

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

-STEAMBOAT:Walton Village 1 BR, 1 BA, top corner unit, wood floors, 1 yr lease, furnished, W/D, D/W, N/P, N/S $875 a month + Elec. Axis West Realty 970-879-8171.

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 .

STEAMBOAT: Furn. 1800sf 3BD/3.5BA ON Mtn, Open Floorplan, Laundry W/D, Pvt Hottub, Garage, on Busroute. $1950/mo. flexible lease 631.617.3886

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 CRAIG: On Thompson Hill. 3BD/2BA. smoking. Flexable lease terms. 4-car garage. With burning stove. Quiet neighborhood. Extra acreage. $1600 per $1275/month. Call Joy 303-717-3766. month + utilities. $1500 security deLease option availaSteamboat: 1 BR, 1 BA, Desireable posit. on-mountain condo at Storm Meadows ble.970.629.2694 or 970.276.3361. East Slopeside. Furnished. Newly updated. $875/month. Includes elec, cable, internet. No pets, no smoking, CRAIG:3BD, 1BA. $1100 Utilities in651-210-5336, cluded. New flooring. 1-Car Garage, Yard. NP, NS, Available NOW!! Call STEAMBOAT:High-End Luxury Rental on 970-326-3740. Mountain. Panoramic Views of Valley, P r i v a t e - D r i v e , 3-Master-Suites+Den/Media Room, 5BA, 2-Car Garage, Beautifully FurCRAIG:7BD, 2.5BA, W/D included, nice nished, Top Appliances: Granite/Steam fenced yard. $1800 monthly +deposit. Showers, N/S. Long-Term $5500 NS, pets negotiable. Available NOW! 846-3353. 970-326-3740. Newer Sundance Creek 2BD/2BA/Garage. Quality, location & views. W/D, HT. NS/NP. $1600. Available Immediately. On the Mtn Rustic 5BR/2BA Duplex. New carpet & paint. 970-846-8338 W/D, Car Port & a great yard. $2500 in- HAYDEN: 3 BR, 2 BA, 2-car garage, W/D, Storage shed, Nice yard with patio. Hot cludes util. Pets Negotiable. 819-0528. tub. Great neighborhood. $1450, STEAMBOAT: 2 BR, 1.5 BA, Duplex in 970-846-3954. Old Town, 11 mo lease, W/D, DW, Fireplace, Outdoor Area, TV Hookup, Small Pets OK w/dep., + 1 room ideal for office space, $1,200/mo, Call PAT @ HAYDEN: 3 BR, 2 BA, House, year lease, 879-6324. unfurnished, $1500.00 deposit. Dog allowed w/addl deposit, $1500.00/mo. STEAMBOAT:3BD on Mountain. BBQ 970-734-8570. Deck, Garage, Great Views, Walk to Gondola W/D hook ups. Pet negotiable. N/S STEAMBOAT: 1BD Furnished Fish Creek $1395. 805.550.3155 condo. Great view of town & sunsets, W/D, NS/NP, F/P, cable. Flexible Lease, STEAMBOAT:Available July clean, sunny, HAYDEN:Large 1BD, 1BA. Large yard, 2 BD/1BA, Spacious Hayden Townhome, $975/mo. Includes utilities. Bus/walk to bright 4BR/3BA, garage, woodstove, gas new paint, carpet, pets-ok, Quiet, W/D Nice Views, Newer Kitchen, heat/water, great views, yard, pet con- hook-up. Available now. $550.00 Trash/Mowing/Plowing included, No town 970-846-4624. monthly+utilities. 970-846-0794. sidered. $1750.00 970-734-4919 Pets, $590/Month+Utilities. 819-1271. Photos: http://www.picturetrail. com/sfx/album/view/12390007

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STEAMBOAT: 3/4BD/4BA, Centrally located, 1-car garage, gas-fireplace,W/D, On Bus Route. Includes Cable, Internet, Snowplow, Trash. NS, year-lease, 1 dog negotiable. $1800+utilities. First + deposit. Available 07/03. 970-819-0944

Amazing offices for rent next to Staples and Walgreens. Former Coldwell Bankers . 6 Office upstairs and 1 large office downstairs. Size between 150 and 250 sqft. Views of Ski Area. Parking. There is common bathroom, kitchen, front desk and conference room. Utilities inluded. Rent all or just one. Flexible lease . Steamboat: Sunny 2BD/1.5BA, corner, Available now. Please call Michael at Beautifully Furnished, impeccably clean! 970-691-0251 W/D, Huge Deck. Mtn. Views, Amenities, Granite Gas Fire Place, 846-6717. LongtermNS/NP, $1200/Mo+last/deposit 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

Beautiful remodeled 2BR/1BA in peaceful Yampa, about 30 miles south of Steamboat. W/D, DW, woodstove, elec baseboard heat. Garage with woodstove/elec and fenced yard for good dog with ref. $800 per month, first/last $500 deposit. .

MILNER: Beautiful Spacious Home on 2nd Ave. 5bd/3ba, 2400+ sf, deck, yard, floor heat, 2car garage, NS. Pets Neg. $1650/month. (970)819-5587.Pix@ p

HAYDEN: End Unit Townhome @ Creek View, 2BD/2.5BA, Low Util., Garage, W/D, FP, yard, NS. $1045. Month (970)819-5587 Pix @ www.

MILNER: Newer home, 2BD, 3BA, 1100sf inside, 900sf of deck with amazing 360 views. 1 Car Garage, 2 Car Carport, W/D, NS, $1300, 719-963-3983, Available May 9

HAYDEN: End Unit Townhome @ Creek View, 3BD/2BA, low util., garage, deck, W/D, FP, NS. $1195 month (970)819-5587 Pix @ www.

Fox Creek Park has Professional individual finished office spaces to 1800 sq. ft. suites that can be designed to express any type of atmosphere you desire. 879-9133.

STEAMBOAT:MASTER BEDROOM WITH PRIVATE BATH, NEWER TOWNHOME, BUS-ROUTE, $600 MONTHLY. N/S. Must Be Professional! Includes Utilities. Michael 303-681-4984. Professional Downtown Spaces at The Lorenz Building 235-325sqft. Off Street Parking. New Heating/Cooling System. Central Park Management 879-3294.

Shop. 727 sq. ft. 10x12 garage door, 14 ft. ceiling, efficient infrared hear. Large flooor drain $760/mo 879-9133.

STEAMBOAT:1BD with private bath in spacious 4BD, 4BA townhome located off Hilltop Parkway. Young professional preferred. Great relaxed atmosphere. NP. $500 monthly +utilities. Available Immediately. 970-819-3645.

3BD/2BA. Only 7 miles f/ town, horses & OUTDOOR pets ok. No inside pets. Or 3BD/1BA in town, NP. No garage. $1,200+utilities/month for ocasional care-taking. STEAMBOAT: 2BD/2BA, HEATED GARAGE, 2 DECKS, W/D, D/W, N/P, N/S, UN-FURNISHED, HOT-TUB, VERY CLEAN, GREAT MOUNTAIN LOCATION. VILLAS @ WALTON CREEK! CALL TORI 970-879-3294 OR EMAIL: TORI@CENTRALPARKMGMT.COM

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STEAMBOAT:Upstairs 837 Lincoln Ave. Office space. $395 monthly includes utils. Clean and ready for occupancy. 970-846-3325 and 970-879-2438.

RENTAL NEEDED - Professional moving to Steamboat seeks temp housing July Oct, then MTM. Prefer 2 bd, 2 bath, close to SB. MUST allow 2 large dogs. 3 1 9 - 4 2 9 - 2 9 3 9 ,

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


PISA’S - huge price reduction! As is $65,000 + inventory. OBO. Call Nancy or Bill at 828.342.2231.

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Longtime successful Restaurant for sale. Explore your passion and be your own boss. Serious inquiries only! Contact

The Season is Here, Time to Get Ready!

CRAIG: Custom Built Home. 1900/sq ft, 4 Car Garage, 3BD/2BA, on 2 Acres, 1230 This view could be yours for only 5th Avenue S. Thompson Hill. $285k, $18,500/obo. 2BD/1BA All Appliances. Call for Details. 970.879.5045 970-629-5427. OPEN HOUSE! 6/15 1-5pm 4BD/2BA ON 15-ACRES, 2-living room areas, stainless appliances, granite countertops, hardwood floors, huge attached garage/shop. Amazing views! 11-miles W. of Steamboat, Saddle Mountain Ranchettes, bring your toys! $399,000. 970-879-8376 or 970-846-8758. 3457 Timberlane Dr, Craig CO 81625 Affordable log cabin on 5 acres in Wilderness Ranch! Very good condition, 1 bedroom loft, installed kitchen appliances included, easy access, trees and views of surrounding mountains included. Property values are increasing in this area, don’t wait! Owner financing available. $99,900 Call 970-824-7000

CRAIG:Newly remodeled 2BD/3BD homes, Cedar Mountain Village, Lamplighter Estates. Financing Available. Low Down Payment. 1st Month Free. Easy Qualifying. 970-824-6230

National Forest Boundary Top quality 4/4 home, shop, barn, 30 miles south on county roads. 5 miles to Oak Creek. Exceptional views of Trout Creek Valley. $625,000. Christy Belton 970-734-7885 (cell)


CRAIG: 812 Breeze Street. 3BD 2 Car Garage, $130,000. 970-629-5427.

3 BR. 3 BA. House, 310 Apple Street, Craig, CO, 81625. Beautiful updated home, new hot tub, nice yard, great location, 2 car garage $220,000. 970.824.0276 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.

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


Call Gabriele Seide at 970-819-9891 or Email:

This 3+BD/3BA home is located in the heart of Steamboat. Great lot, location & views of ski area, Howelsen Hill & Sleeping Giant! Get all the details at: #136289 $649,000 Tom & Marci Valicenti 970-846-9224

That a Boy, Blue! 1989 Cadillac Seville 4DR, Luxury Car a Econo Car. #54053A Only $1,699 Kirk 970.827.2100

2011 Polaris Ranger w/ Warranty! $9,999

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If You’re NotLiving on The Edge,You’re TakingUp too Much Room!

2007 Toyota Corolla LE

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2010 Honda CRV Low Miles, Practical - Luxury Power, Leather heated seats, Sunroof, AWD. #54061 Only $22,977 David 970.879.3900

$500 Downpayments No Credit Checks Financing for Working People 12,000 Mile Warranties 40-Vehicles Stocked 875-0700 - Steamboat

4 Cylinder, Automatic, Great Commuter Car, Excellent Fuel Economy, A Steal @ ONLY $9,995.00 #3DC481A

970-824-4422 Five 16” Wheels, Thule Roof Mount Ski Rack, Tire Mount Bike Rack all off of 2006 Jeep Liberty. Will negotiate prices. Want to get rid of them! 970-736-8477

Fish Creek Falls

Beautiful timber frame home on 36.6 tranquile acres in North Routt. A gorgeous 18 mile drive from Steamboat. Home has stunning views and is close to the end of a private road to ensure privacy. Hike or bike right out your front door. This is a recreational paradise with excellent views of Steamboat Ski Area, Sleeping Giant, Flattops and even the Zirkel Wilderness. Be sure to view the photos showing the property, its unique design and spectacular views.

2003 Ford Focus SE Sedan 85,000 miles. Well taken care of. Some aftermarket upgrades. Stereo system with amp and subwoofer. Color Tundra. Transmission light just came on. $2200 OBO. 360-319-0956

2009 Audi A4 Premium Wagon. Immaculate 4D Audi 2.0T Quattro Wagon, Tiptronic transmission. Moon roof, heated leather seats, CD player, integrated i-phone connection for music. 82,600 miles. $18,795. Optional snow tires ($450) Call 970-819-5160. Must see!

NEW!2012 CamAm-Commanders, Only 1 Left HURRY!

51127 Smith Creek Park Drive Listed at $934,900. #: 136696

2012 Polaris RZR4 800 LE, Front/Rear Bumpers, 1/2 Windshield, Roof, EPS, $11,599

2008 Volkswagen Jetta 90k miles. Garaged, loaded, leather, sunroof, heated seats. Excellent condition! $8500. 970-757-8747.

2607 E..Highway-40 PRICE REDUCED! FSBO, $239,000, 179 Woodbury Drive, 2 stories, 4BD/3BA, 2304sf, 2-car grg, AC, all new kitchen appliances, & RV parking 970.824-4868

OAK CREEK: 120 W.Virginia St. 2BD/1BA, Single family home, fixer upper, lease option/cash. $2500/Down, $730/Month. 877-519-0180. FORCLOSURES SHORT SALES BANK OWNED PROPERTIES GO TO:

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2006 Mustang, 57,000 miles, Great Shape with studded snow tires. 970-329-1749. $10,500

RAFT - 8’ Sea Eagle w/ rowing frame. $300. BOAT - 12’ aluminum w/5HP gas motor & electric motor. $1000 970-824-6776

RAFT - 13’ Hyside - Complete - on Trailer $4000. 970-824-6776

2001 Toyota Camry Very Low Miles 88k, Super Clean & Runs Great! Only $7,900 #P2221B2 Ask for Rupert

Lets Get Dirty!

2005 Nissan Maxima 92,000 Miles Fabulous Condition 30+MPG 12,000 Mile Warranty 875-0700 - Steamboat 2002 Toyota Solara Se 6 cylinder automatic. Only 62,610 miles. No mechanical issues. $5950. 303-717-4841.

2013-Polaris-Brutus Come see the NEW Polaris Brutus!

For sale Bank owned manufactured home Golden West 1998 26’ x 44’.3bd/ 2 ba Located @ Fish Creek Trailer Park #60. Asking $55,000. YVHA restrictions apply. Call if interested 970-875-1610.

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2008 Ford Focus SE Auto, Great on fuel! Come by and drive $8900 #p2206a2 ask for Schnack

2012 Toyota Camry SE Here it is! Pre-Owned Used, Brand New! Performance & Luxury, 17k Miles. #53949A Only $24,499 Jason 970.879.3900

1986 Ford F700 Gas 4x4 Hiboy Dump Truck. 9 ton box. 10’ Western Snow Plow. 17,550 original miles. New rubber all around! $9850. 970.846.9589.


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2009 BMW F650GS Motorcycle (798cc Twin engine) 10K Miles, garaged and very well taken care of. Lots of extras come with this bike, including: Engine Bars, Skid Plate, Taller aftermarket windshield + stock, Touratech hand guards, Heated grips, tank bag, Soft Saddle bags and back bag, Custom seat + Stock, new tires front and rear and a center stand. Call Ray Martinez 970-846-8706, $9,000.

2008 Buick Enclave CLX AWD, Leather Moon Roof, NAV, Must See, Very Clean w/ Low Miles!Only $26,900#F6411A Ask for Rupert

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2005 Subaru Forester Fantastic Condition Fully Reconditioned 103k Miles Stick 40 Vehicles Stocked 875-0700 - Steamboat

2000 Ford Excursion XLT High Miles, LOW PRICE, 4X4, Loaded, Leather, Stock# 10568 $7,995 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser Running boards. Bull bar. Silver. 67,000 miles, $20,499. 970.367.6083

2007 Honda CRF450R, very well maintained and in excellent shape with many extras!. $3500 OBO. 970-620-2603

1998 Subaru Forester AWD, Auto, Must See! Very Low Price! Only $4,900 #P222B Ask for Rupert

2008 Ford Escape Limited Honda CRF 450, 2004 970-846-7500

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On the Other Side of Fear, Is Freedom!

2012 Yamaha YZ450F Up to $1300 Rebates

2001 Suzuki SV 650S, 6k mi; 99 Honda 800 VFR 12k mi, Both exc cond, no crashes, garaged, $2500/3800. Serious inquires only. 970-846-2852

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Suzuki Savage 650 Call Ron at Near perfect condition, only 10k miles, 100% ready to ride. $1600; you must leave message 970-846-4153.

2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 500, 300 miles! Black with factory bags, ext warranty. Perfect. Pd $6,000 new from Planet 2005 Jayco Jay Flight travel trailer, PwrSpts. $3500 OBO. 970-819-7228 29BHS Queen front, bunks/bath rear. Sleeps 7-8. includes weight dist hitch, A/C, central heat, and much more. Great condition $11500 OBO. 970-819-1939.

Leather Heated Seats, Sunroof, AWD, Great Commuter Car, All This ONLY $12,995.00 #AT843

2004 Black Beauty Tahoe This is the DADDY! Z-71 PK6, All Available Options, Rear, DVD, #53837A Only $9,950 WOW! Jason 970.879.3900

2007 Jeep Compass 47,000 Miles $13,495 #3171 Perfect Mountain Car 40 Vehicles Stocked 875-0700 - Steamboat

2010 Jeep Commander Sport 4X4, 3 Seats, 33,000 Miles #53853 Only $19,951 Leon 970.824.2100


Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll Race Ya!

2001 Coleman Cheyenne pop up camper. Fridge, furnace, storage, hot water heater. King/Double. Sleeps 8. Good condition, new tires. $4000 970-846-5852

2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4x4 hard top, 5speed Must See only $23,900 #F6326a Ask for Schnack

2007 Toyota 4Runner SR5 115,234 miles. Great, clean vehicle!! V8, 4x4, 3rd row seat, Sirius ready CD player with FM/AM.. $17,500. 970-878-3503

2007 GMC Acadia SLT AWD, 3rd Row, 1 Owner, Leather, Full Power. Stock# 4508 $19,950

New! Yamaha Zuma moped 50cc 4 Stroke $1,999 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX 1 Owner, Local Trade, Near New Blizzak Tires KBB $9,999 #43512A Super Sale Only $6,999 Jason 970.879.3900

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2005 Chrysler Pacifica AWD, Loaded, DVD #13410A ONLY! $7,999 Kirk 970.824.2100

2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4 Door Unlimited Manual Transmission, Lockers, Ready to Play! Low Miles. ONLY $34,995.00 #AT849


2007 Nissan Xterra 4wd, Leather, all power, V6 stock#10549 $10,950

1998 Jeep Wrangler 2.5 Liter - Hard Top Winch - Safari Rack 124k Miles 875-0700 - Steamboat 12,000 Mile/Warranty

2012 Triumph Tiger 800CC XC. Only 900 miles. Triumph saddle carriers + windshield. $9,750. 970-367-6083

2012 Nissan Juke

AWD, 4 Cyclinder Turbo, Automatic, Navigation, Great Fuel Economy & Miles. ONLY $22,995.00 #4J405A

2012 Subaru Tribeca AWD, You ask for & here it is! Only $27,900 #P2204 Ask for Ben


2006 Harley-Davidson FXDCI Dina Super Glide, New rear tire, all new fluids, many xtras, purrs like a kitten. $9550.Mint Condition, 13Kmi,White Color. 846-4874

2004 Subaru Impreza One Owner $5,995 #3231 $900 Down Takes it! 40 Vehicles Stocked 875-0700 - Steamboat

1998 Nissan Pathfinder 4X4 V6 Auto,165K-Mi., AC, PL/PW, Cruise, New timing belt, struts, brakes, roof rack, runs perfect $4,925. 970-846-5188.

2007 Toyota Rav4 Sport V6, Super Clean, AWD, JLB Audio Stock# 10655 $16,950

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2000 Jeep Wrangler Sport 87600 miles. V-6, 5 Speed, Hard top + Bikini Top. Snow Plow, Tow package. A/C, Cruise Control, Anti-Lock Brakes, CD - Single, MP3/iPod Ready. $9400 OBO. 9 7 0 - 3 2 6 - 5 3 0 6

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2010 Ram Dakota Crew Cab 4x4,Auto, Ready to Hit the Road or Go to Have Fun!! Only$17,900#P2225 Ask for Laura

2007 Hallmark Cuchara 9XL Pop-up Truck Camper 3DT2814AA $14595.00

970-824-4422 2007 GMC Yukon Tow Pkg. DVD, 3rd Row Seating 4x4 stock#10581 $24,950

2006 Ford F-350 Crewcab Diesel King Ranch

Automatic, Sunroof, Trailer Tow, Leather Heated Seats. ONLY $16,995.00 #3DT2806A


2001 Dodge Ram 2500 V8, AC, Fixer Upper, 4x4 Stock# 10622 $5,950

2004 Dodge Ram 2500 quad cab with plow, toolbox, bedliner + 4 Blizzak snow tires. 5.7 liter Hemi Engine automatic. Good Condition! 111,000 miles. $12,500. 970-879-5755.

2012 Chevrolet Traverse LT Low Miles, AWD, 3rd Row Stock# 10576 $24,950

FOR SALE 2001 Chevy Blazer LT. Loaded, runs great, 4x4, near new tires, very good condition. $4500/obo. 970-701-9197

2008 Dodge Ram Quadcab 3/4 Ton Diesel TRX 2005 Chevrolet 2500 CREW LS 4x4, Ready to Go! $16,900 #F6321 Ask for Mike

2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Crewcab

Laramie Package w/ Rambox Bed Leather, Bucket Heated Seats, Low Miles. ONLY $35,995.00 #2DT2771A

4x4, Automatic, Shortbed, Sweet Truck ONLY $24,995.00 #2DT2744A



Auto Parts of Craig, Trailer & Truckbed Sales, Trailer, RV & Marine Parts, Trailer Repair, Hitch installs. Bait & Tackle (970)824-6544 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee 68k Miles O.N.E. Beautiful Condition 40 Vehicles Stocked 12,000 Mile Warranty 875-0700 - Steamboat

2008 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT Leather, Loaded, 4x4, Premium Sound, Extra Clean! Stock#10618 $25,950

2006 Ford 250 Ex Cab, Longbox, Ready to Work, Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll like the Details. #54105 Only $13,451 David 970.879.3900

You Never Know When You Need It Most!

NEW! 3 Rail Motorcycle Trailer $1,249 on SALE $795

2005 Honda Pilot Like New Conditon! 8-Passenger Incredible Honda Quality 40 Vehicles Stocked 875-0700 - Steamboat

2010 Chevrolet Equinox LT2 AWD, One Owner, Super Clean! $14,900 #J6353A Ask for Mike

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2002 Toyota Tacoma CrewCab $1,200 Down Takes it! 40 Vehicles Stocked 12,000 Mile Warranty 875-0700 - Steamboat

2000 Thor Industries Wander 25ft Camper Trailer 2DC424BB $7995.00


2005 Chevrolet Silverado LT Duramax 4x4, Loaded, Bed Liner, DVD Stock# 10617 $26,950

2004 GMC Sierra 2500 SLE Big Value on Low Miles, V8, 4x4, 1 Owner Trade. Stock# 1553 $12,950

2000 Chevy Astro Van AWD,Rear A/C,3Seat,Super Clean & Runs Great, Ready to Hit the Roads ONLY $6,900#2221B1 Ask for Laura

2010 Dodge Ram 3500 SLT Crew Dually Diesel

Trucks: 01 Dodge Dakota (2) 01 Dodge QuadCabs 02 GMC Sierra QuadCab 01 Chevy 1500 QuadCab 875-0700-Steamboat 12,000 Mile/Warranties

4x4, Flatbed, Manual transmission, New Tires! ONLY $29,995.00 #2DT2760A


1975 Dodge 1/2 4X4, Power Wagon, 4X4 w/ Plow Sold Through Sealed Bid, Vehicle Sold as is w/ Good Title #3-6532B 970.824.2100

2010 Honda Odyssey Van LX, Fancy, Great Family Vehicle, Only 23,000 Miles. #54041 Only $18,989 Leon 970.824.2100

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