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DOWNHILL All the stats — from visits to purchases to first-timers — are declining; leaders look for solutions By Jason Blevins THE DENVER POST

SAN ANTONIO — Last November was a mirror image of November 2002 at Southern California’s Mountain High ski area. The same amount of terrain was open for the same number of days — and under nearly identical weather. But in November 2002, the 80 percent snowboarder-filled Mountain High swarmed with almost 80,000 visits. Last November, the 290acre ski area saw barely 42,000 visits. “We just don’t see the fanaticism anymore, with people coming out every day, all day,” said Mountain High president Karl Kapuscinski. “It’s a maturing sport. It’s nothing we’ve done. The parks and terrain are better than they’ve ever been. But we just can’t expect to keep that level of fanaticism going forever.” Those young, on-fire fellows who swelled snowboarding’s ranks in the 1990s and surfed the resort industry through its darkest decade are not visiting their ski areas as often. And now, two consecutive seasons of declining snowboarder visits and a host of other statistical warning signs are worrying resort leaders who have long leaned on passionate ’boarders. “We got used to snowboarding becoming this giant engine of visitation, and they were our saviors. They are not anymore, and we ignore that at our peril,” said Nate Fristoe, director of operations at Boulder’s RRC Associates, who last week in San Antonio presented members of the National Ski Areas Association with research showing snowboarding not just leveling but falling.

Maturing sport Snowboarding soared from a mere 7.7 percent of visits to U.S. ski resorts in 1991 to 32.6 percent in 2009-10. The rapid growth buoyed a resort industry business that struggled through the 1990s, and snowboarding is largely credited with saving skiing. But the number has fallen over the past two seasons to 30.2 percent. While the 2011-12 season was the worst in


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Two consecutive seasons of declining snowboarder visits and a host of other statistical warning signs are worrying resort leaders. According to research by RRC Associates, doing nothing to stem the decline would see snowboarding drop from 14.9 million visits in 2012-13 to 12.9 million in 2020-21. 20 years, with declines in nearly every region and sector of snowsports, the sustained tumble in snowboarding stretches across several statistical planes beyond visitation. Today’s snow surfers are getting older: from an average age of 23.5 in 1996-97 to 27.5 in 2010-11. They are spending fewer days on the hill: from a high of 7.6 days a season in 1996-97 to 6.1 days in 2010-11. For years, skiers averaged 5.7 days a season, and resort leaders expect snowboarding to continue its slide to a similar level of seasonal participation. Fewer snowboarders are buying boards: down from a record high of 556,055 in 2008 to 497,605 in 2011, according to data from Snowsports Industries America. Essentially, snowboarding is growing up as it enters its late 20s. Time to get a job and start a family. The percentage of snowboarders with kids grew from 18.8 percent in 2010 to 23.4 percent in 2011. Perhaps most troubling, the number of kids 14 and younger who first enter snowsports riding snowboards has steadily declined since 2003, from a peak of 42.3 percent of all 14-andyounger snowsports first-timers to a 12-year low of 35.7 percent in 2011.

Fresh worries The sustained stall in snowboarding across every snowy region of the country has triggered fresh worries as the resort industry continues to see the aging baby boomers who ballooned skiing in the 1970s and ‘80s leave the sport. In fact, a higher percentage of snowboarders are leaving snowsports than skiers. According to Fristoe’s research, doing nothing to stem the decline would see snowboarding drop from 14.9 million visits in 2012-13 to 12.9 million in 2020-21. “This is a very real issue for us,” said NSAA president Michael Berry, who had projected long-term industry growth using the once-reasonable assumption that snowboarders would eventually account for 35 percent of all visits. “It’s a complex problem.” To solve the problem, Berry focuses on


boosting the number of days snowboarders spend riding each season. Resorts should work hard to address why females leave the sport, maybe by hiring more female instructors and providing female-focused rental gear. And resorts should strive to remain relevant to an apparently increasingly ambivalent ’boarder. Kapuscinski, a pioneer of multicultural marketing who regularly hosts 500,000 visits a year at his tiny hill, said the problem is not something that can be fixed by flipping a switch. “I think the worst thing we can do is have a bunch of 40-, 50-, 60-year-old white guys try to fix this,” he said. “Snowboarding is still a growth model as we move into different ethnicities. We just have to understand how it is maturing and mature with it.”

New generation One strategy is to make it easier for snowboarding parents to introduce their kids to the board. Jeff Boliba can do that. As Burton’s global resort director, Boliba’s job is to create easy learning environments at resorts so that firsttimers are set up to succeed from the moment they strap in. Boliba designed a leashed board that enables instructors to teach the fundamentals of balance and edging while pulling the boardstrapped rider. The Riglet board has spawned an entire collection at Burton, with tiny boots, boards and bindings specifically made for kids. The company is cultivating its Experience Snowboarding program, which develops miniterrain parks and Star Wars-themed learning centers for introducing kids to surfing on snow. Boliba said the lack of data from the under8 crowd — and Fristoe acknowledges his statistics lack perspective for that younger set — paints too dark a picture of snowboarding’s future. “The biggest growth I’m seeing isn’t reflected in those numbers,” said Boliba, a father of three who travels the world helping resorts tune their snowboard-introduction programs. “Resorts that are reaching out to younger kids, they are killing it. That’s how we fix this.”

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Residents like plans for new town hall Designs for Vail’s new municipal building are starting to take shape By Scott N. Miller SMILLER@VAILDAILY.COM

VAIL — With many of the big questions apparently answered about redevelopment of Vail’s municipal building complex, it’s time to start asking and answering the small ones. Town of Vail officials Monday hosted an open house for the public to start asking questions and weigh in on some preliminary designs and drawings for the new municipal building. That building will be constructed at the same time a consortium including Vail Valley Medical Center, the Steadman Clinic and the Steadman Philippon Research Foundation will build a medical office building on the western end of the property. Although the buildings will look like one big complex, the medical building and town hall are actually two projects linked by a few surface parking spaces and a public plaza. Sherry Dorward recently got the job of designing that plaza and is excited by the prospect of putting something besides just concrete between the buildings. But, she said, doing that will require designers and architects to work together. While putting a sod roof atop a building like the Vail Public Library is pretty straightforward, Dorward said putting in a plaza


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60,000 — Square footage of a proposed medical office building that would house the Steadman Clinic and other uses. 21,000 — Square footage of a proposed new Vail municipal building. $5 million — Purchase price for the halfacre of town land to be used for the building. 270 — Total parking spaces for the office building and a new Vail municipal building. 21 months — Estimated time of construction for the municipal building.

that includes trees will take some planning, since even a small tree will need a three-foot hole in the ground. Dorward said she’s also already heard comments from the public and members of the Vail Planning and Environmental Commission about the plaza. “The word ‘icon’ kept coming up,” Dorward said. Dominic Mauriello is part of the team for the municipal building. He said he’s already heard specific questions about the project, from parking to how the building will be wired for technology. While the professionals listened, residents talked. Vail resident John Goode was at the open house to learn more about the project, and said he likes what he’s seen so far. Goode and his wife moved to Vail about a decade ago, just as the “Vail Renaissance” was starting. He said he misses some of the town’s old haunts but has been impressed with what’s followed.


Vail Community Development Department Director George Ruther, left, talks with Vail resident John Goode on Monday at a town-sponsored open house about the proposed redevelopment of the town hall property. That project includes a medical office building and a rebuilt town hall. The schedule calls for construction to start next year. “I think this looks great — Vail’s always updating old stuff with something better,” he said of the municipal building designs. Joe Staufer has been in Vail just about as long as the place has existed. He said he was impressed with what he saw Monday. Staufer said he’s especially pleased about the medical office building plan. “It’s important to our economic survival,”

Staufer said. “I think it’s great.” Fellow resident Connie Woodberry agreed, saying the plan “is a real opportunity to do something meaningful, to set Vail apart from everyone else.” While the reviews Monday were generally favorable, there’s still a lot of work to do on the plans before construction starts in May of next year.





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A crew with the Colorado Department of Transportation drills out a plug from the Interstate 70 bridge in Avon where a tractor-trailer crashed Sunday morning, sending a fireball hundreds of feet into the sky. Local engineers determined Sunday afternoon that the bridge is safe. To make sure, this crew is extracting the plugs and will take them to a lab. The left lane across the bridge will remain closed at least through this week while the guardrail is repaired.

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and onto the street below — landing on their Honda CR-V. That first trailer was quickly followed down by the other trailer and the tractor, as the whole thing burst into flames estimated to be 200 feet high. Trapped in all that were Wahl and Zellefrow. Seconds later, they were spotted walking out of the flames, escaping with minor injuries, police said. “I don’t know how anyone could have survived,” said Steve Carver, with Big Steve’s Towing. It took Carver and a 13-man crew from Big Steve’s Towing until 2 a.m. Monday to clean it up. The truck is burned beyond recognition, he said. “I can’t even tell what kind of truck it was,” Carver said. The Yellow Freight truck was carrying a mixture of household goods that was not hazardous material, police said. Hazmat crews were called in as a precaution.


AVON — The truck driver in Sunday’s fiery crash was found outside his truck, his badly burned body curled into a ball, police investigators said Monday. How he ended up outside the truck and what caused the wreck remain under investigation, but he was not far enough away from the inferno to survive, police said. Dental records will be needed before he can be positively identified, officials said, although his next-of-kin has been notified. Eagle County Coroner Kara Bettis said she is still trying to determine what caused the driver’s death. The driver died at the scene, Bettis said. The female passenger in the truck and the two people in a Honda CR-V — Lara Wahl and Bradley Zellefrow, of Avon — were all treated at the Vail Valley Medical Center and released.

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What’s real with ERS Dear Editor and the residents plan and that it is bigger than the Glenwood Meadows project in of Eagle: My name is Jeff McMahon, Glenwood Springs. That claim is and I’m one of five managing 100 percent false, and it is very partners of Trinity/RED Devel- disappointing the opponents are opment, the developer of Eagle knowingly spreading false information and misleading Eagle River Station. We are now less than a week residents. Here are the facts: The proaway from one of the most important votes in the history of posed Eagle River Station develthe town of Eagle. I thought this opment is on the same 88-acre would be a good time to reach property and has the same out to you with my personal height limitations, open space feelings and observations about requirements and setback the election and the recent restrictions as the first Eagle River Station development. developments. It is physically impossible to Since we first came to Eagle six years ago, Trinity/RED has been grow the density by 30 percent committed to doing a successful with those restrictions in place. What is 30 percent larger than project in the valley. We’re comthe first ERS developmitted more than ment is the amount ever to doing one of space that is desigtoday, and we are as nated for retail busibullish on the project nesses. This change and its location as we was made based have ever been. upon feedback from Our unique brand JEFF the Eagle community of retail projects is MCMAHON and will increase the designed to be part sales tax revenue to of the individual communities where it exists the town. The 30 percent increase in both aesthetically and culturally, retail space reduces the amount and ERS will be no different. I think this is the perfect time of residential and hotel space to make another attempt at dis- from the first ERS plan, but it pelling the rumors and distor- does not increase the physical tions I’ve heard about Eagle Riv- size of the project. Eagle River Station is not 80 er Station. Many of the opponents of ERS percent bigger than Glenwood do not live in Eagle, own proper- Meadows: The opponents are ty in the town or even work also saying that ERS is 80 percent there. I find it disappointing that bigger than Glenwood Meadso many people who don’t live in ows. Again, that claim is 100 perEagle are trying to determine its cent false. Here are the facts: We have fate while at the same time not offering up any better solutions. received the Glenwood MeadOver the past couple of ows development plan from the months since I last wrote to you, planning department in Glena lot has happened in the Eagle wood Springs in its entirety. The current phase of Glencommunity. There have been articles and wood Meadows is 100 acres with rumors of an important retailer a second phase to follow that will in town needing to grow its be 52 acres, for a total size of 152 store, the election of a new acres. Eagle River Station’s two phasTown Board and mayor and a land auction in an adjacent es are a combined total of 88 acres. community. The opposition is again disPlease let me address each of these issues as honestly as torting the truth by only comparing the retail components of possible. Eagle River Station is not 30 each development and saying percent bigger than the first ERS: that ERS is 80 percent larger. Opponents of Eagle River Sta- That is 100 percent not true and tion are saying that the current extremely misleading. Glendevelopment is physically 30 wood Meadows at full buildout percent larger than the first ERS will be as big or bigger than ERS.


Really, gay marriage again? All those who believe President Obama’s “evolution” toward gay marriage is a ruse to cement the estimated fourth-largest voting bloc next November, please go stand in a corner. All those who believe candidate Romney will use the same moment to prove to his ultra-conservative compadres that he is “one of them,” please go stand in a corner. Now look around, and realize you are all standing in the same corner of the same round room. What a surprise. Those who hate Obama now hate him even more. Those who love Romney now at least pretend to love him even more and vice versa. For Pete’s sake, who really cares? That “who marries whom” is even an issue is what amazes me. Stating that marriage is between one man and one woman is, of course, a religious proclamation, or Belief Based Bigotry (BBB), as I like to call it. There are sadly many other types of bigotry in the world, but the anti-gay narrative is planted firmly in the annals of everevolving church doctrine. Those who have actually read holy books, in this case the Bible (although I won’t bother to get into which “version,” as each one tends to change society’s perspectives from generation to generation), know full well that Jesus said nary a word about gay marriage (though he was highly intolerant that one time against straight capitalists, but that’s another story). Anyway, no matter how hard some folks wish, America is not a theocracy. The BBB crowd does not dictate public policy, and in accordance with our Constitution, they never will. Because one group allows fairy tales and talking snakes to dictate their moral compass does not mean the rest of us are required to do so. Gay marriage has been relegated to a state issue because of that pesky clause in the U.S. Constitution: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” This means we have no official

religion and you are free to believe in whatever you choose, and we mean it so strongly that we promise to not even tax you for it if for some bizarre reason you decide to treat it as a money-making business. Yet no matter how you try to slice it, the discrimination from bigotry is simply taking away rights and equality for those who think or look differently. Every generation of Americans so far has applied it at one time or another to slaves, blacks, women, Asians, Irish, Germans, Mexicans, Muslims, Jews, RICHARD ChrisCARNES tians, nonbelievers, homosexuals and just about any other category you can think of (KKK, anyone?), except perhaps aging white guys, of which I am a proud member. But to pretend gay marriage is a serious issue every time we have elections is just downright silly. It’s like firemen standing around in front of a burning house but hesitating to do their job because of the broken front door hinge on the house across the street (it’s swinging both ways, hahahaha). Personally, I think France and Greece voting to keep their heads in the sand to avoid any semblance of responsibility just a little bit longer is a much larger issue and one that has actual long-term consequences for the economy of the planet, including the United States. Then there’s the national debt, unemployment, Social Security, Medicare, a national energy policy, the wars, the terrorists, the euro, Iran, North Korea, etc. How about we work on trying to solve real issues instead, OK?


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Quit trying to influence ... Don Rogers is once again using his paper as leverage to support what he believes in. In this last piece, he makes those against Eagle River Station to range from anywhere to tree huggers, to NIMBYs. He’s wrong. Not only that, I feel he misses the facts. No one is saying we’re against development. I know I’m not. I’m just against this plan. We’re also not saying “there is no market for this.” What we are saying is that there’s plenty of economic data, facts, that don’t support the ERS plan. I also think it’s an insult to readers like me to label our thoughts as being no deeper than “popcorn and pop.” Don. Keep it civil, please. It’s also completely wrong to insinuate that “no better ideas surfaced in the past two years.” It’s not our land, Don. I’d be happy to consult with RED, but they haven’t asked me. You have my phone number; give it to them. Just tell them I charge for my time. It’s also wrong, and threatening, to say that “Eagle is not going make up the revenue in other ways.” Henry Ford once said, “If I’d have asked my customers what they wanted they’d have told me a faster horse.” There’s a lot of smart people up here, Don. I think it’s an insult to me and them to say there’s no solutions here. Don, City Market is not leaving — there are options here. Please quit using your paper to influence voters. Instead, step aside and let the democratic process work — please. Thanks in advance for doing so. By the way, Don, is it fair to say that the Vail Daily stands to make money off of advertising from ERS tenants? If so, is it also fair to say that you have a financial stake in this and therefore should recuse yourself from the discussion? Just asking ...


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I am sure all the Eagle residents have seen the signs around town “Save Eagle, Vote Yes for ERS.” This sends a great message, but I believe they have it backwards. First, you must define what ails Eagle. The problems I see with Eagle are empty homes, falling home values, empty commercial space and morning traffic jams near Capital Street and Highway 6. How can any logical, thinking person

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think that adding more commercial space and housing to Eagle is going to help those problems? Retail shopping centers are archaic. All malls, including fancy strip malls, have a life cycle, and they all die eventually. What happens to Eagle when we have an empty parking lot five times the size of Costco’s sitting empty? Studies have shown that Internet sales are set to increase 67 percent by the year 2016. E-commerce is the wave of the future, not shopping malls. RED Development and the town of Eagle must be taking lessons from comrade Obama. Much like the health care bill that was forced upon Americans, ERS is being forced on Eagle residents. We already voted “no,” but our elected Town Board members chose to ignore the wishes of the people. In regards to Obama’s bill, senators were quoting as saying, “We need to pass this bill to see what’s in it.” That is exactly what is happening now. People want to approve ERS even though we have no idea what’s in it! There have been zero stores that have committed to this development. What we do know is it is adding a giant parking lot and 550 housing units that are going to compete against current homeowners. They are also promising jobs that are somehow tied to these mystery stores that have yet to be defined. Jobs for whom? Do local construction companies really think they are going to be the low bidders and land these temporary jobs? Do Eagle residents really think $8-anhour retail jobs are going to allow people to buy their homes and allow these workers to be self sufficient enough to add to Eagle’s economy rather than draw upon tax payerfunded services? Before voting, plan a field trip though our area. Drive down Chambers Avenue and look at all the empty lots and empty commercial space. Then take a trip over to the airport and look at all the empty lots and real estate signs. Afterwards, drive back through Eagle Ranch and look at all those empty commercial spots. Then ask yourself if a lack of commercial space is the problem around here. When you are done, feel free to drive through any of Eagle and Gypsum’s neighborhoods and count the empty houses and real estate signs. Ask yourself what adding an additional 550 housing units will accomplish. People should be leery of RED and the Town Board. Anyone that is this desperate has a hidden agenda. Disguising marketing phone calls as surveys should be your first clue. Andrew Mundo Eagle

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EDWARDS — You can’t start too early when it comes to teaching kids about the importance of using sunscreen. This month, a team from the Shaw Regional Cancer is performing sun-safety programs for 1,000 area preschoolers, kindergartners and first-graders in honor of Skin Cancer Awareness Month. The 20-minute program, which features Blizzard the SunGuard Dog, includes a skit, sun-safety games, songs and a strong message to sun guard your skin with sunscreen, hats, sunglasses and shade. The star of the show, Blizzard, dons sunglasses and a yellow T-shirt and passes out insulated lunch bags filled with sunscreen, SPF 30 lip balm, sun-themed snacks and drinks and sunsafety pamphlets. “Kids really get into the program, and we

love to see the kids’ faces light up when Blizzard is introduced,� said Melaine Hendershott, registered dietitian for the Shaw Regional Cancer Center and creator of the SunGuard Your Skin Program. “It was rewarding to watch them apply the sunscreen and lip balm from their goodie bags as they went out to recess at the end of our program.� The program, which is in its sixth year, is going to 11 different school campuses this year and continues to grow annually. “We really feel we are making an impact for these kids, and hopefully, they will share their new-found knowledge with their families,� said Kim Mitchell, medical librarian at the Shaw Regional Cancer Center and member of the SunGuard team. If you would like the SunGuard team to perform this program for your school or preschool next May, email Melaine Hendershott at

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GLENWOOD SPRINGS — The White River National Forest is proposing to sell two administrative parcels located within the town of Minturn. The two parcels, totaling just more than 22 acres, include an administrative site and vacant equipment yard located on the south end of town along U.S. Highway 24. These actions are being proposed as part of a forestwide effort to consolidate existing administrative facilities. Under authority given by Congress, the proceeds from this proposed sale will stay with the forest and be invested into administrative facility redevelopment projects across the forest, including the Eagle-Holy Cross Ranger District. These investments will increase energy and operational efficiency and allow the forest to provide enhanced public service, the Forest Service said. As part of the sale process, the forest has prepared environmental assessments that consider the environmental effects that may result from the sale of these parcels. The forest is seeking public input on these documents as part of the analysis process. To review them or comment, go to management/projects. Written comments can be mailed to: White River National Forest, Tom McClure, Acting Director of Physical Resources, c/o Kevin Warner, 900 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, CO 81601. Comments also may be faxed to 970-9459029, attention Kevin Warner. All comments must be received by May 23. MINTURN



Project aims to restore land near Homestake Creek The Eagle-Holy Cross Ranger District is working in partnership with the Eagle River Watershed Council and the National Forest Foundation to rehabilitate several dispersed campsites located along the south side of Homestake Creek. The White River National Forest requires that campers stay 100 feet from any water source when setting up camp. Campers have opportunities to recreate near Homestake Creek at dispersed campsites along the north side of Homestake Road and at Hornsilver and Gold Park campgrounds. Restoration begins this week. This work consists of ripping the compacted soil and planting native grasses, willows and small conifer trees. Natural barriers and fencing


Rotary Club to host dinner On Monday at 6 p.m., Western Eagle Valley Rotary Club will host “Simple Supper” at the First United Methodist Church in Eagle. Everyone is invited to attend this Italianthemed dinner provided by Western Eagle Valley Rotary Club members. Get to know your local Rotary Club members. The club thanks the Methodist Church for providing its facility for Simple Supper throughout the year. EAGLE COUNTY

Bessie Minor Charitable Fund donates to Red Canyon The Bessie Minor Charitable Fund, formed by the owners and founder of Swift Communications, which owns the Vail Daily, awards grants to programs that promote literacy, reading and writing skills and programs in the arts, languages and sciences. Since 2008, more than $125,000 in funding has been awarded to nonprofit organizations in communities where Swift Communications conducts business. This year, the fund awarded $42,805 to 28 recipients. In Eagle County, Red Canyon High School received $2,000 to help expand of language-arts offerings and writing classes. For more information, visit AVON

Defibrillator added to Wildridge fire station Eagle River Fire Protection District, in partnership with Eagle County Ambulance District, has placed a life-saving device for public use in Wildridge. The automated external defibrillator is now in service. It’s located outside near the front door in a special cabinet at the Wildridge fire station. That fire station also is equipped with an outdoor 911 phone. The device is simple to use and can help save the life of a person having a heart attack. Instructions are located inside the device. Calling 911 before getting the device will get the emergency crews on their way. Local professionally trained 911 operators also will walk you through the critical steps for CPR and using the device. It works by delivering a jolt of electricity directly to the heart muscle when an irregular rhythm is sensed.





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“It sounded like a train pileup,” Miller said. “The way the fireball went up, it looked like something from the movies.”


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In the moments after the wreck, dispatchers were deluged with approximately 31 emergency calls into the Vail Public Safety Communications Center, said Randy Braucht, communications supervisor. The first calls hit dispatchers at 9:55 and 28 seconds. The Eagle River Fire Protection District got the call at 9:57 and 45 seconds. Firefighters took less than a minute to get geared up and out the door. The first truck was on the scene at 12 seconds after 10 a.m., said Battalion Chief Cipriano Tafoya. “They’re a motivated bunch,” Chief Karl Bauer said. “They like to do their job.” Firefighters immediately started using huge tank trucks to pour water on the flames, and tanker trucks from other fire departments arrived quickly, Tafoya said. Eagle, Gypsum and Vail all pitched in, Tafoya said. “We had every on-duty engine company at that fire,” Bauer said. That’s both good and bad, Bauer said. With every available crew fighting the truck fire, if another fire had broken out somewhere they might not have been able to respond to it, Bauer said. It was two hours before enough off-duty fire fighters were on hand to handle anything else that might have arisen. “That’s what scares us most. If we’d had another incident at the same time, we could not have responded,” Bauer said.

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it will remain a one-lane for at least a week, said the Colorado Department of Transportation. Behrooz Far and Siri Roman, local CDOT structural engineers, examined the bridge Sunday afternoon and determined it was safe. A CDOT crew was on the bridge Monday morning drilling concrete plugs out of the structure to send to a lab for further testing as part of an ongoing safety analysis, said Ashley Mohr, spokeswoman with the Colorado Department of Transportation. “We have bridges all over the state and we don’t let anyone drive over them if they’re not safe or could become unsafe,” Mohr said. Still, the left lane on that westbound bridge will remain closed for at least a week while crews replace the guardrail, which was mangled beyond repair, Mohr said. The fire was likely sparked when one of the truck’s fuel tanks struck the bridge, firefighters said. The accident is being investigated by the Avon Police, Colorado State Patrol and Colorado Department of Transportation. Agencies responding included Avon Police, Eagle River Fire Protection District, Greater Eagle Fire District, Gypsum Fire District, Vail Fire District and Vail Police, Eagle County Sheriff’s Department, Colorado State Patrol, Colorado Department of Transportation, Eagle County Ambulance District, Salvation Army and Avon Public Works.

Eastbound I-70 traffic was closed from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Westbound traffic was closed hours longer and was rerouted. One lane of westbound traffic over the bridge was opened Sunday evening, and

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Vail Town Council Agendas 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 15 – Vail Town Council Chambers Regular Work Session Discussion Topics Ɣ DRB/PEC Update (15 min.) Ɣ Information Update and Attachments (15 min.) --May 8 Vail Economic Advisory Council Minutes --Vail Economic Advisory Council 2012-13 Work Plan Adopted --February All Store Same Store Sales Report --Commission on Special Events Funding Allocations Update Ɣ Matters from Mayor and Council (15 min.) Ɣ Executive Session, pursuant to: 1) C.R.S. §24-6-402(4)(a)(b)(e) to discuss the purchase, acquisition, lease, transfer, or sale of property interests; to receive legal advice on specific legal questions; and to determine positions, develop a strategy and instruct negotiators, Regarding: Discussion concerning negotiations regarding Ever Vail, Municipal Site Redevelopment and other potential real property acquisition; 2) C.R.S. §24-6402(4)(b)(e) - to receive legal advice on specific legal questions; and to determine positions, develop a strategy and instruct negotiators, Regarding: Crown Castle Agreement; 3) C.R.S. §246-402(4)(b) - to receive legal advice on specific legal questions Regarding : Gateway appeal. (90 min.) Note: Public comments on work session items may be solicited. Evening Session Discussion Topics 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 15 - Vail Town Council Chambers Ɣ Vail Youth Recognition Awards for 2012 (10 min.) --Meredith Steinke, BMHS & Sage Ebel, VMS Ɣ Citizen Participation (15 min.) Ɣ Water Supply & Drought Conditions Discussion (30 min.) Ɣ Town Manager’s Report (5 min.) Ɣ Resolution No. 21, Re: Agreement for Purchase and Installation of Financial Systems (20 min.) Ɣ Welcome Center Operations Discussion (20 min.) Ɣ Resolution No. 23, Re: Development Management Agreement Municipal Site Redevelopment (15 min.) Ɣ Ord. No. 2, Re: Vail Village Townhouse District Ɣ Resolution No. 7, Re: Amending Vail Village Master Plan to Accommodate Vail Village Townhouse District The town has moved to a paperless system. All council agendas, ordinances, resolutions, staff memos and other materials are available on line at Watch the meeting via web streaming.

Public Announcements Open House Today for Review of Municipal Site Redevelopment Redevelopment plans for the Town of Vail Municipal site will be presented during an open house from 4 to 5:30 p.m. today, May 14 in the Vail Town Council Chambers. Adjacent property owners and other interested community members are encouraged to attend. The town has been working with its development partners on plans for construction of a new municipal building adjacent to the existing police department wing and construction of a medical office building on the site. The open house will be used to collect public comments on topics ranging from site planning to architectural design options. Oz Architecture, the firm retained by the town to design the new municipal building, will also be available to answer questions. Officials from the medical community, represented by Triumph Development, will also be on hand. In addition to Monday’s open house, upcoming development review meetings will include other opportunities for public comment with sessions held in the Town Council Chambers as follows: Ɣ May 14 - 1 p.m., work session with Planning & Environmental Commission Ɣ May 15 - update to the Vail Town Council Ɣ May 21 - 1 p.m., work session with Planning & Environmental Commission Ɣ June 5 - update to the Vail Town Council The Town of Vail and Triumph Development are in the process of preparing formal applications for development review and a conditional use permit for the medical office building. For additional details, contact George Ruther, Community Development Director, 479-2145. Vail Offers News You Can Use Œ offers information on Council agendas, town projects, news releases, building and development applications, TOV Code and much more.

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Happy 12th birthday to our favorite little brother, Jake Bukovich. You always make us laugh, and we never want to see you in a ditch! Love, Zack and Justine (Mom, Dad and Levi, too).


The Eagle Valley Alliance for Sustainability invites the community to attend the third-annual Reconstruction Recycled Art Show reception today at the Alpine Arts Center in Edwards from 5:30 to 8 p.m.! Enjoy catered food and beverages, and vote for your favorite pieces of artwork created from recycled materials. The silent auction and public voting conclude at 7 p.m. Join us in support of fine arts and environmental stewardship!


SHOPPING FOR SENIORS The Eagle County Healthy Aging Program offers trips for shopping, errands or medical appointments to seniors age 60 or older on Mondays each month. Trips are offered to various locations such as Glenwood Springs, Silverthorne and Grand Junction, as well as various incounty locations, and leave from either Eagle or Minturn, depending on the schedule. Limited home pickup is available, depending on location. For more information, please call 970-328-8896.

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Jack of all... Mrs. Wood is retiring! Please help us celebrate her retirement by sending any stories, memories or tidbits you have about Mrs. Wood as a teacher, staff member or friend to Red Hill Elementary School, P.O. Box 1009, Gypsum, CO, 81637. Join us in our celebration after school May 23 at Red Hill Elementary! If you can run, swim or bike, you can tri! Join us for the LG Tri, a sprint triathlon in Eagle on June 30. Participate as an individual or team. Registration is open for the LG Tri at The event is held in honor of Laura Genelin and benefits the Vail Valley Charitable Fund.


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With 30 book titles on the reading list, all schools that sent a team to the district competition should be proud of the tremendous effort their students put forth. Keep up the great reading! Pictured are the Falling Chairs, from left, Michaela Beedy, Isabelle Richie, Riley Dudley (captain), Nellie Bradford, Madelyn Jaeger and Andrew Friery.


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If the weather cooperates, Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park will open for the summer Monday. That’s about two weeks earlier than normal. Trail Ridge Road reaches more than 12,000 feet at its highest point and is billed as the highest continuous paved road in the United States. Historically, it closes in late October and reopens on Memorial Day weekend. Last year, after heavy snowstorms continued well into the spring, the road didn’t open until June 6.


WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama tried Monday to tarnish Mitt Romney as a corporate titan who got rich by cutting rather than creating jobs, opening a new effort to undercut the Republican’s claims that his background of business success is just what America needs in a time of deep economic uncertainty. At the center of the Obama campaign effort are a new website, TV ad and online video including interviews with onetime workers at a Kansas City, Mo., steel mill that Romney’s former private equity firm failed to successfully restructure. Workers lost jobs and health care benefits. Pensions were reduced. “It was like a vampire. They came in and sucked the life out of us,” says steelworker Jack Cobb. Add John Wiseman: “Bain Capital walked away with a lot of money that they made off this plant. We view Mitt Romney as a job destroyer.


Republicans kill civil unions proposal in Colorado special legislative session A last-ditch effort by Colorado’s governor to give gay couples in the state rights similar to married couples failed Monday after Republicans rejected the proposal during a special legislative session. Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper had said the special session was needed to address a “fundamental question of fairness and civil rights.” The bill’s demise was expected by Democrats, who have begun using the issue as a rallying cry to topple Republicans in the November elections. Republicans assigned the bill to House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, which was likely to reject it. The panel voted 5-4 along party lines to kill the measure. NEW YORK

For some JPMorgan shareholders, facing crisis without Dimon hard to imagine JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon owned up to stock analysts and went on TV to accept blame for a $2 billion trading mistake. Next he faces shareholders, who are considerably less wealthy since the blunder was disclosed. While Dimon may be greeted by colorful protesters and tough questions at the JPMorgan annual meeting in Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday, shareholders are unlikely to call for his head. For them, facing the crisis without Dimon might be a bigger nightmare than the trading loss itself.

Countering criticism Countering the criticism, Romney’s campaign said the former Massachusetts governor welcomes an electionseason conversation with Obama about jobs. Romney’s campaign has argued that he helped spur tens of thousands of jobs in the public and private sectors and pointed to a net job loss during Obama’s presidency, most of which occurred during the first few months of his administration. Obama has touted the creation of 4.2 million new jobs over the last 26 months as his policies took hold. Both candidates are seeking to pivot to voters’ No. 1 issue, the economy, and away from the social issues that dominated after the president announced his support for gay marriage last week. Obama steered clear of criticizing Romney during a commencement speech at Barnard College in New York though he included a passing reference to nearby Wall Street, saying: “Some folks in the financial world have not exactly been model corporate citizens.” He left the more direct skewering to surrogates and dispatched Vice President Joe Biden to Ohio to castigate Romney over his record at Bain. That was one of several events planned to highlight the Republican’s role in the company he founded. Romney, meanwhile, prepared to deliver a speech Tuesday in Iowa on reducing the huge federal debt. Monday’s dreary global financial backdrop set the stage for a sharp debate in the coming weeks between the candidates over their competing economic philosophies, and it high-


Greek coalition talks to enter ninth day Marathon efforts to break Greece’s post-electoral paralysis are lurching into a ninth day amid the country’s worst crisis in decades, with fractious party leaders summoned to a yet another emergency meeting Tuesday that could see the reins of government surrendered to nonpoliticians. The hectic haggling in Athens cast a deep gloom over global markets, which fell Monday on fears that the debt-crippled country will have to hold another election within weeks — the only way out if squabbling party leaders fail to strike a power-sharing deal. TRIPOLI, LEBANON

Syrian unrest spills into Lebanon for third day, raising fears of wider conflict Firing assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenades, Lebanese gunmen clashed in street battles Monday as sectarian tensions linked to the 14-month-old uprising in Syria bled across the border for a third day. At least five people have been killed and 100 wounded in Lebanon’s second-largest city since the gunbattles erupted late Saturday, security officials said. Residents say differences over Syria are at the root of the fighting, which pits neighbor against neighbor and raises fears of broader unrest that could draw in neighboring countries. Lebanon and Syria share a complex web of political and sectarian ties and rivalries, which are easily enflamed. Tripoli has seen bouts of sectarian violence in the past, but the fighting has become more frequent as the conflict in Syria worsens.


President Barack Obama speaks in the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington on Saturday. Obama opened a new advertising assault on challenger Mitt Romney’s record as a businessman — his primary strength with an American electorate still deeply worried about the economy — casting the likely Republican nominee as a greedy entrepreneur who bought up companies and wiped out jobs. lighted the public’s unhappiness with big business and government institutions alike. JPMorgan Chase’s disclosure that it lost more than $2 billion on bad trading bets renewed calls for tighter oversight of the nation’s biggest financial institutions, a position that Obama has supported and Romney has opposed. And world markets were tenuous as Greece weighed whether to renege on the terms of its painful austerity program and leave the Euro currency bloc. That could hurt Obama’s attempts to accelerate the limping U.S. recovery.

The role of government Obama said in an interview with ABC’s “The View” that JPMorgan Chase’s loss underscored the need for Wall Street rules passed by Congress two years ago, many of which have not yet gone into effect. Obama said the bank loss also showed the sharp differences over how he and Romney view the role of government. Romney and Obama alike contend that in a nation where unemployment is hovering around 8 percent, voters will choose a president based on economic arguments. Obama is trying to persuade voters to stick with him as he heralds an economic rebound, as sluggish as it is. Romney counters that only he — with his deep background in business — knows how to jumpstart the nation’s job market. The two men have little in common in their views of how to get the country moving. Obama’s TV ad was scheduled to run in five battleground states — Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Colorado — and was part of a larger $25 million, month-long campaign. But it was limited in scope.

Paul: ’We will no longer spend resources’ WASHINGTON — Ron Paul, the congressman from Texas and a favorite of tea partyers, effectively ended his presidential campaign Monday but urged his fervent supporters to continue working at the state party level to cause havoc for presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney. In an email to supporters, Paul urged his libertarian-leaning backers to remain involved in politics and champion his causes despite the apparent end of his presidential aspirations. Paul has found success in wrecking the selection process for delegates to the party’s late-summer nominating convention in Tampa, Fla., and trumpeted that he has delayed Romney’s expected nomination. “Moving forward, however, we will no longer spend resources campaigning in primaries in states that have not yet voted,” Paul said in his statement. “Doing so with any hope of success would take many tens of millions of dollars we simply do not have. I encourage all supporters of liberty to make sure you get to the polls and make your voices heard, particularly in the local, state and congressional elections, where so many defenders of freedom are fighting and need your support.”

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Lundqvist, Kreider lift Rangers over Devils Rangers 3, Devils 0 in series opener By Ira Podell AP SPORTS WRITER

NEW YORK — Rangers rookie Chris Kreider and defenseman Dan Girardi both had a goal and an assist in the third period, and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 21 shots for his fifth career playoff shutout, as weary New York opened the Eastern Conference finals with a 3-0 victory over the well-rested New Jersey Devils on Monday night. Playing just two days after eliminating Washington in a stirring 2-1 Game 7 victory, the top-seeded Rangers hit their home ice again and won their third straight Game 1 of these playoffs. The Devils had been off for five days since they knocked out the Philadelphia Flyers in five games. No team forced to play seven-game series in each of the first two rounds has gone on to win the Stanley Cup, but the Rangers are determined to be the first. Shaking off suggestions they are tired, the Rangers slogged through two scoreless periods and pulled out a win with a dominating third period. “I think it starts with work habits, how hard we want to work,” Lundqvist said. “And then the skill takes over. We have been doing it all year.” The Rangers are in the conference finals for the first time since 1997, and they haven’t reached the Stanley Cup finals since 1994 when they beat 22year-old goalie Martin Brodeur and the Devils in a classic seven-game series that backed up captain Mark Messier’s guarantee. New Jersey is making its first conference finals appearance since 2003, the year the Devils won the Cup for the third time. Game 2 is Wednesday night in New York. Girardi, who struggled at times with his defensive duties, got a perfect setup from Kreider and scored 53 seconds into the third period. Playing in just his 13th NHL game, all in these playoffs, Kreider sent a pass back from the right circle in the Devils’ zone to the point. Girardi took long strides


New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) watches as defenseman Ryan McDonagh (27) pressures New Jersey Devils right wing Petr Sykora (15) during the third period of Game 1 of their NHL Stanley Cup Eastern Conference finals playoff series at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Monday. The Rangers won, 3-0. as he charged up ice and stepped into a shot that ripped through a screen in front by teammate Derek Stepan. The shot beat Brodeur for Girardi’s second playoff goal this season and second in 47 career postseason games. The other assist went to 21-year-old defenseman Michael Del Zotto, who along with Kreider was only 3 when these teams last met in the conference finals in ‘94. Girardi also earned a secondary assist on Kreider’s power-play goal with 8 minutes

remaining that made it 2-0. New York’s slumping power play connected after Girardi was drilled hard from behind into the boards by Devils forward Steve Bernier. Artem Anisimov, who also assisted on Kreider’s goal, scored into an empty net to make it 3-0 with 1:27 left. Brodeur heard sing-song chants of “Marty, Mar-ty” before the game started. Those got much louder after Girardi’s goal, and even more taunting after Kreider scored as the blue-shirt wearing, towel-waving fans’

excitement grew. Brodeur finished with 25 saves. Girardi nearly was a part of an insurance goal halfway through the third period when Brodeur blocked his shot from the right point. It bounced out to defense partner Marc Staal, who stared at a gaping net, but Brodeur lunged back just in time to keep his rebound attempt out. Lundqvist showed no signs of fatigue and was solid throughout in posting his second shutout of these playoffs.


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VAIL — The Vail Golf Club will celebrate 46 years of golf in the Vail Valley this summer and is offering early-season discounts for those who purchase their season passes and punch cards today. Passes are available for purchase from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Vail Golf Club. An annual application, including proof of taxpayer status, is required to purchase the VRD Resident Pass or Eagle County Pass and for VRD resident and Eagle County taxpayer rates. Season-pass holders are allowed to play any time, any day during the shoulder season. During the peak season, season-pass holders are allowed to play Monday through Thursday any time and after noon on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Play is restricted during holidays, including Memorial Day, Labor Day and Fourth of July weekends. Junior Golf Passes are available to VRD resident dependents younger than 17. All golfers must abide by the 4.07 pace of play for 18 holes. The Eagle-Vail Golf Club is now open, and Vail and Eagle-Vail golf clubs are offering a limited number of transferable, 10-

round punch cards for $600. The pass includes five rounds, plus cart at each course, with no restricted days, allowing greater flexibility to experience more than one course. Passes are available for purchase at both shops. The Vail Golf Club continues to offer early-season rates, with nine holes of play for $42 and $59 for 18 holes, including cart. The Vail Golf Club, which is operated by the Vail Recreation District, is located at the base of the Gore Mountain Range and presents golfers with an 18-hole, par 71 experience at 8,200 feet elevation. The golf club is open to the public and offers a full-service golf shop, group and corporate outings, professional instruction, launch monitor, driving range, practice area, club storage, golfswing analysis, club rentals, demo days and an on-site restaurant, Happy Valley Grill. For more information, or to book tee times, go to or call 970-479-2260. VAIL

Final Short Track MTB race Wednesday at Beaver Creek The Vail Recreation District’s final Short Track MTB race is Wednesday at

the base of Beaver Creek. Race-day activities begin at 5 p.m. with day-of registration, which will last until 6:30 p.m. The first race of the event begins at 5:30 p.m. for kids ages 8 to 10, followed by a race at 5:45 p.m. for kids ages 11 to 14. Adult races will begin at 6 p.m. with the Beginner Category and continue with the Sport Category at 6:25 p.m. The final race, for bicyclists in the Expert Category, will begin at 6:50 p.m. Costs to participate in the races are $5 for kids and $12 for adults. An after-party will be held at the Dusty Boot at Beaver Creek following the race for all participants and spectators. All racers will have the chance to win raffle prizes, and adult racers will receive a free Bud Light. Unlike the seven races the VRD has planned this summer for the Athletic Club at the Westin’s Vail, Beaver Creek Mountain Bike Race Series, the Spring MTB Short Track Series will not award prizes or points for individual racers or teams. The short track race will take place on a short dirt loop that will take riders around the base of Beaver Creek Mountain. Adult participants will complete as many laps as possible in 20 minutes, with an average lap

taking approximately two minutes to finish. The length of time for the kid racers is 10 minutes. In addition, the Athletic Club at the Westin Vail Mountain Bike Race Series kicks off its season next week on May 23. Racers can register for the entire race series for $150 by Thursday. Individual adult race costs are $25 for preregistration or $35 on race day. Teams of as many as 25 riders can compete for the overall series title, as well. Larkburger Youth Series (ages 8 to14) costs are $60 for the entire series by Thursday or $10 for individual races ahead of time and $15 on race day. Sponsors of the 2012 Spring MTB Short Track Series include the Athletic Club at the Westin, East West Resorts, Vail Valley Medical Center, Beaver Creek Resort, Bud Light, Apex Dental, Central Rockies Mortgage, Honey Stinger, Howard Head Sports Medicine and Dusty Boot. Preregistration for the MTB Short Track Race Series and Athletic Club at the Westin Mountain Bike Series, as well as information about VRD’s lineup of spring and summer mountain-bike activities, is available by calling 970-479-2280. For details on all other VRD offerings and activities, go to




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of Game 1 before the Celtics rallied for a 9291 victory. It was starting to look familiar for Philadelphia on Monday, but the Sixers were able to hold off the Celtics down the stretch in a tight finish. Philadelphia led 57-49 entering the fourth, but Boston tied it twice before going up 72-71 on Avery Bradley’s 3-pointer, setting off a series of shots from beyond the arc. Holiday answered with a 3 for the Sixers, then Ray Allen got the lead right back for the Celtics on a 3-pointer with 1:40 left. The Celtics had a chance to extend the lead after forcing the Sixers into a 24-second shot clock violation, but Rondo missed a shot and Iguodala got the rebound, leading to Turner’s layup to put the Sixers up 76-75 with 40.4 seconds to go. Rondo and Allen both missed shots that would have put Boston ahead, then Rondo fouled Turner with 14.4 seconds left as the shot clock was winding down. The Celtics fouled Turner again with 12 seconds and he hit both free throws to extend the lead to 78-76. Fans grew restless as the second half opened with sloppy, choppy play by both teams. Boston led 38-36 at halftime and nearly 7 minutes into the third quarter the score was just 43-41 with the Celtics still ahead.



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SCOREBOARD TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL Major League Baseball MLB—Announced the 100-game suspension issued to Colorado minor league C Eliezer Alfonzo (Colorado Springs-PCL) on Sept. 14, 2011 has been rescinded. Suspended Baltimore 3B Billy Rowell (Aberdeen-NYP) 50 games after a second violation of drug abuse under the minor league drug prevention and treatment program. American League CLEVELAND INDIANS—Selected the contract of RHP Jeremy Accardo from Columbus (IL). Designated RHP Dan Wheeler for assignment. LOS ANGELES ANGELS—Placed OF Torii Hunter on the restricted list. Called up OF Ryan Langerhans from Salt Lake (PCL). TAMPA BAY RAYS—Placed OF Desmond Jennings on the 15-day DL, retroactive to May 12. Recalled C-OF Stephen Vogt from Durham (IL). TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Recalled LHP Evan Crawford from Las Vegas (PCL). Optioned RHP Joel Carreno to New Hampshire (EL). National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Placed 3B Juan Uribe on the 15-day DL. Designated INF Trent Oeltjen for assignment. Purchased the contract of INF-OF Elian Herrera from Albuquerque (PCL). ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Released LHP J.C. Romero. Recalled RHP Eduardo Sanchez from Memphis (PCL). SAN DIEGO PADRES—Activated RHP Tim Stauffer from the 15-day DL. Optioned LHP Josh Spence to Tucson (PCL).

FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS—Signed S Eddie Elder, RB Javarris James, CB Larry Parker and K-P Ricky Schmitt. BUFFALO BILLS—Signed FB Dorin Dickerson, OT James Carmon and S Nick Saenz. CHICAGO BEARS—Waived OT Levi Horn, TE Andre Smith and G Reggie Stephens. CINCINNATI BENGALS—Signed FB Jourdan Brooks and LB Emmanuel Lamur. CLEVELAND BROWNS—Signed LB Emmanuel Acho, LB JoJo Dickson and RB Adonis Thomas. Waived RB Armond Smith. Placed LB Andrew Sweat on the reserve/retired list. DENVER BRONCOS—Announced the retirement of defensive line coach Wayne Nunnely. Promoted Jay Rodgers to defensive line coach. GREEN BAY PACKERS—Signed OT Shea Allard, WR Jarrett Boykin, G Grant Cook, WR Curenski Gilleylen and CB Otis Merrill. Waived OT Chris Campbell. HOUSTON TEXANS—Signed C Ben Jones, WR Keshawn Martin, DE Jared Crick, K Randy Bullock, OT Nick Mondek, QB Case Keenum, WR Dwight Jones, S Eddie Pleasant, NT Loni Fangupo, TE Logan Brock, LB Derrell Bryant, FB Jason Ford, RB Jonathan Grimes, NT David Hunter, WR Jerrell Jackson, LB Delano Johnson, LB Shawn Louiseau, WR Mario Louis, S Desmond Marrow, RB Davin Meggett, OT Nathan Menkin, DE Rennie Moore Jr., DE Tracy Rebertson, TE Phillip Supernaw, G Cody White and LB Greg Williams. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Signed K Brandon Coutu. waived CB Dontrell Johnson. MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Signed G Tyler Holmes. Waived WR Kris Adams. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS—Signed OT Hutch Eckerson, CB Nick Hixson, G DeOn’tae Pannell and LB Lawrence Wilson. Waived OT Dan Hoch, G Nick Howell, LB Stephen Johnson, OT Phil Trautwein and CB Josh Victorian. NEW YORK GIANTS—Signed WR Brandon Collins, LB Jake Muasau and S Will Hill. Waived S Chad Jones. OAKLAND RAIDERS—Signed K-P Eddy Carmona, DE Wayne Dorsey, TE Kyle Efaw, OT Kevin Haslam, CB LeQuan Lewis, FB TreShawn Robinson and WR Travionte Session. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Signed DB Wade Bonner. Released WR Darnell Williams. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Agreed to terms with S Brandon Taylor on a fouryear contract. Signed DL Garrett Brown to a one-year contract and CB Arthur Hobbs to a three-year contract. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Signed LB Eric Bakhtiari to a two-year contract and DB Ben Hannula to a three-year contract. Released WR John Matthews and OT Kevin Murphy. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Signed LB Najee Goode and DB Keith Tandy to four-year contracts. WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Re-signed RB Tim Hightower.

HOCKEY National Hockey League COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Signed

coach Todd Richards to a two-year contract. WASHINGTON CAPITALS—Fired coach Dale Hunter.

SOCCER Major League Soccer TORONTO FC—Promoted Jim Brennan to assistant coach and Bob de Klerk to technical manager.

COLLEGE ARKANSAS—Released freshman WR Kane Whitehurst from his scholarship. MOREHEAD STATE—Named Sean Woods men’s basketball coach. MCMURRY—Named Chris Beard men’s basketball head coach. SETON HALL—Announced men’s freshman basketball G Sterling Gibbs has transferred from Texas. TEXAS-TYLER—Named Kevin Baker women’s basketball coach. WEST VIRGINIA—Named Ron Everhart men’s assistant basketball coach. WINGATE—Named Ann Hancock women’s basketball coach. WINTHROP—Named Steve Struble director of basketball operations.

HOCKEY NHL Playoff Glance CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE N.Y. Rangers 4, Washington 3 Saturday, April 28: NY Rangers 3, Washington 1 Monday, April 30: Washington 3, NY Rangers 2 Wednesday, May 2: NY Rangers 2, Washington 1, 3OT Saturday, May 5: Washington 3, NY Rangers 2 Monday, May 7: NY Rangers 3, Washington 2, OT Wednesday, May 9: Washington 2, NY Rangers 1 Saturday, May 12: NY Rangers 2, Washington 1 New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 1 Sunday, April 29: Philadelphia 4, New Jersey 3, OT Tuesday, May 1: New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 1 Thursday, May 3: New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 3, OT Sunday, May 6: New Jersey 4, Philadelphia 2 Tuesday, May 8: New Jersey 3, Philadelphia 1 WESTERN CONFERENCE Phoenix 4, Nashville 1 Friday, April 27: Phoenix 4, Nashville 3, OT Sunday, April 29: Phoenix 5, Nashville 3 Wednesday, May 2: Nashville 2, Phoenix 0 Friday, May 4: Phoenix 1, Nashville 0 Monday, May 7: Phoenix 2, Nashville 1 Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 0 Saturday, April 28: Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1 Monday, April 30: Los Angeles 5, St. Louis 2 Thursday, May 3: Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 2 Sunday, May 6: Los Angeles 3, St. Louis 1 CONFERENCE FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE N.Y. Rangers 1, New Jersey 0 Monday, May 14: NY Rangers 3, New Jersey 0 Wednesday, May 16: New Jersey at NY Rangers, 6 p.m. Saturday, May 19: NY Rangers at New Jersey, 11 a.m. Monday, May 21: NY Rangers at New Jersey, 6 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 23: New Jersey at NY Rangers, 6 p.m. x-Friday, May 25: NY Rangers at New Jersey, 6 p.m. x-Sunday, May 27: New Jersey at NY Rangers, 6 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE Los Angeles 1, Phoenix 0 Sunday, May 13: Los Angeles 4, Phoenix 2 Tuesday, May 15: Los Angeles at Phoenix, 7 p.m. Thursday, May 17: Phoenix at Los Angeles, 7 p.m. Sunday, May 20: Phoenix at Los Angeles, 1 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 22: Los Angeles at Phoenix, 7 p.m. x-Thursday, May 24: Phoenix at Los Angeles, 7 p.m. x-Saturday, May 26: Los Angeles at Phoenix, 6 p.m.

BASKETBALL NBA Playoff Glance FIRST ROUND (x-if necessary) (Best-of-7) EASTERN CONFERENCE Philadelphia 4, Chicago 2 Saturday, April 28: Chicago 103, Philadelphia 91


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Friday, May 18: Boston at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Monday, May 21: Philadelphia at Boston, TBD x-Wednesday, May 23: Boston at Philadelphia, TBD x-Saturday, May 26: Philadelphia at Boston, TBD Miami 1, Indiana 0 Sunday, May 13: Miami 95, Indiana 86 Tuesday, May 15: Indiana at Miami, 5 p.m. Thursday, May 17: Miami at Indiana, 5 p.m. Sunday, May 20: Miami at Indiana, 1:30 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 22: Indiana at Miami, TBD x-Thursday, May 24: Miami at Indiana, TBD x-Saturday, May 26: Indiana at Miami, TBD WESTERN CONFERENCE L.A. Lakers vs. Oklahoma City Monday, May 14: L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 16: L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 18: Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, 8:30 p.m. Saturday, May 19: Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, 8:30 p.m. x-Monday, May 21: L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City, TBD x-Wednesday, May 23: Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, TBD x-Sunday, May 27: L.A. Lakers at Oklahoma City, TBD San Antonio vs. L.A. Clippers Tuesday, May 15: L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, May 17: L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 19: San Antonio at L.A. Clippers, 1:30 p.m. Sunday, May 20: San Antonio at L.A. Clippers, 8:30 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 22: L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, TBD x-Friday, May 25: San Antonio at L.A. Clippers, TBD x-Sunday, May 27: L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, TBD

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We have all experienced inflammation. It is essential to life and an integral part of our body’s normal defense and repair system. Following injury, we experience swelling, heat, redness and pain and, if all systems are working correctly, healing. But inflammation also contributes to arthritis, thyroid disorders, Alzheimer’s and heart disease and even unexplained fatigue. How can it be that a normally beneficial physiologic system can be the root cause of such chronic, progressive disorders? Inflammation is normally a coordinated and contained process. Many of us have experienced firsthand the healing aspects of inflammation following surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament or DR. LISA rotator cuff. Our immune system is responsible for MUNCY-PIETRZAK producing the swelling, redness and heat that characterize inflammation. But there are a number of things that can cause the immune system to be activated without obvious injury or the typical signs.


Silent inflammation Many of us have experienced “silent” inflammation, too. Silent inflammation is uncoordinated and generalized. It is an indication that the immune system is out of balance. Unfortunately, it is not possible to look at someone and see the usual signs of redness, swelling and heat. The feelings of stiffness or aching joints or fatigue or sleep disturbances could be warning signs that you have silent inflammation. If your performance seems to be slipping, don’t be so quick to chalk it up to being another year older. You could be experiencing the generalized effect of silent inflammation.

Causes of silent inflammation

1. A poor diet. That is, food that is low in nutrient content. The body requires specific nutrients to function normally. If it doesn’t get them, the immune system signals can be disrupted or abnormal and unable to coordinate the complex processes. Healing will be prolonged and inadequate. When the immune system is confused, chronic, generalized, insidious and harmful inflammation can result. 2. Lack of exercise. Lack of exercise is an independent risk for heart disease. It is a bit of a simplification, but when we boil it down, vascular disease is a result of inflammation in the blood vessels.

3. Poorly managed stress responses. Not all stress is bad, but research

shows that chronic, unaddressed mental and emotional stress leads to a number of endocrine changes and a confused and dysfunctional immune system. 4. Unrecognized allergens. During our lifetime, our Aching joints can bodies are exposed to an amazing number of potential be an indication your allergens. The greatest number is in food, and symptoms are immune system is out of not always related to our stomachs. Asthma, hair loss, arthribalance. tis, hyperactivity, restless-leg syndrome and others have been associated with eating foods that cause silent inflammation. SPECIAL TO THE DAILY Unfortunately, the diagnosis is treated but the cause is not addressed and continues to produce more damage. During the past 30 years, the foods we consume have been manipulated and altered in ways that are unprecedented. Cow products and wheat, corn and soy products are all genetically manipulated. The incidence of food-related sensitivities is increasing. In other words, the incidence of immune-imbalance disorders is increasing. 5. Unrecognized infections. Have you ever ignored an annoying but bearable toothache? Or had abdominal pain or loose bowel movements that didn’t seem bad enough to seek medical attention? Unexplained fatigue, depression or anxiety can be a result of an infection that can been contained but not eliminated by an imbalanced immune system. Inflammation is a normal part of healing and also the root cause of chronic, insidious and/or debilitating diseases. Listen to your body, and be aware of your physical responses. Consider seeking medical attention if you feel that you could have “silent” inflammation.


Do you suffer from unexplained fatigue? Silent inflammation, triggered by your own immune system, might be the cause.

A Vail Vitality Center professional, Dr. Lisa Muncy-Pietrzak, ABIHM, is board certified in internal medicine and integrative holistic medicine. Muncy-Pietrzak uses advanced testing and an integrative scientific approach to evaluate and treat health problems. Her practice, Vibrant Health of Vail, is located at Vail Vitality Center at Vail Mountain Lodge. Call 970-479-7801 for more information.

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Can cellphones cause cancer? By The Doctors The short answer: We don’t know yet. Many experts agree that to date, there is no conclusive evidence that links cellphone use to brain cancer but that more research is needed. Last spring, results released from the largest and longest study on the topic essentially said the same thing. The 10-year survey of more than 12,000 people from 13 countries suggested a possible increased risk for glioma — a type of brain tumor — in heavy cellphone users but no overall increase in brain tumor risk. Investigators concluded more research was necessary on the effects of long-term mobile-phone use. It often takes years or even decades between exposure to a carcinogen and the onset of a tumor, so it’s possible not enough time has passed to detect an increase in cancer rates that can be directly linked to cellphone use. Long-

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cordless kind use radio frequencies similar to those of cellphones, though their signals are generally less powerful. Go hands-free. The more distance you place between your head and your cell, the better. That’s because the antenna, the main source of radio-frequency energy, lives in the handset. Switching to speakerphone works, as do corded earpieces, which emit virtually zero waves. Check your bars. The farther you are from a cell tower, the more energy your phone uses to get a good signal, which may increase your exposure to radio waves. Save calls for when you have strong service. Let your fingers do the talking. Text when you don’t have much to say (and you aren’t driving).


When Vail-Summit Orthopaedics emergency medical technician PJ Bevan had a young male patient recently request a pink cast to honor his mom, a breast cancer survivor, he was touched, to say the least. It also sparked an idea.


Pictured, from left, are Shaw Cancer Center radiation oncologist Dr. Patricia Hardenbergh; EMT PJ Bevan and CEO Chip Webb, of VailSummit Orthopaedics, and Shaw Cancer Center imaging coordinator Colleen Berga. “I thought it would be fun to inspire others to do the same,” Bevan said. “And then I realized this would be a great time of year to host a fundraising campaign since we put on so many casts over spring break due to ski injuries.”

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With that, Bevan and Vail-Summit Orthopaedics launched a donation idea that will help raise funds for the Shaw Cancer Center, located in Edwards. This spring, Vail-Summit Orthopaedics offered all patients in need of a cast the color pink, in honor of breast cancer awareness. For those who chose the color, Vail-Summit Orthopaedics donated $20 per cast to the Shaw Regional Cancer Center. The campaign resulted in a $580 donation check to Shaw Regional Cancer Center. “We believe that community health encompasses not only the body but also the mind, and we endeavor to support opportunities that promote wellness and education,” said VailSummit Orthopaedics CEO Chip Webb. “We devote funds to local organizations that focus on healthy activities, communitywide interest and educational opportunities.”


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Affair-proof your relationship We know that for the past 30 or so withdrawal, and there may still be a lot years, the divorce rate has been stuck of love and goodwill between the two parties. But sooner or later, between 40 percent and the other partner will feel a 50 percent of marriages. RELATIONSHIPS greater coldness in the relaWe also know that some tionship or less attentivepeople who elect to stay ness and affection. So that together are not happy person eventually pulls together. They remain away or distances, as well. with each other because of children, religious This is an ideal time for beliefs, economic necessithe two of them to talk about ty or fear they won’t do what has happened, to air well on their own — but their respective grievances, not because they are joydisappointments and hurts ous about being together. — and to repair the wounds NEIL So how many couples between them. But most ROSENTHAL who remain together over people don’t engage in this time would you guess are repair work, so the distance happy together? Put another way, how inevitably grows larger because now many couples do you know personally one or both of them are holding back. who you think are happy with each Author Terrence Real (“How Can I Get other? While we’re at it, how many cou- Through To You?”) describes that the ples over your entire lifetime have you more he withdraws, the more critical known to be happily married? Think- and less loving she becomes. The colding about this subject has caused me to er and angrier she becomes, the more reflect on how hard it is for many peo- he withdraws. Let this go on for 20 ple to sustain love, closeness and pas- years, and what you have at the end sion over time — no matter how much looks like two decent people trapped in love they are with each other when inside a dying relationship. Says Real, “The degeneration of connection that the relationship first begins. Frequently, the process works like spans years is made up of thousands of this: A series of minor unresolved tiny incidents of disconnection that grievances, small disappointments, span mere moments.” petty grudges or personal snubs accuBefore long, they are creating sepamulates in a relationship over time. rate activities and interests to occupy Typically, these grievances aren’t them because they feel less close and talked about, dealt with or resolved. connected to each other. This is where After a while, the person who is more one person might devote themselves to hurt, annoyed or angry will withdraw the kids or to their work or to sports. from the other partner. This isn’t a giant This is also where one or both are more • Hunter Wheel Alignment Machine • Check Engine Lights • Brakes • Windshield Replacement • Color Match Guarantee • 24-Hour Towing • Free Estimates • Lifetime warranty on all body work • Tires • Collision Repairs • Insurance Claims Accepted • Air Conditioning Service

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With summer just around the corner, Alpine Arts Center is kicking off a new scholarship program for adults to take advantage of its summer class and workshop offerings. Alpine Arts Center’s summer schedule runs from June 1 through Aug. 31, with a full lineup of classes, such as beginning pottery and digital photography, and a variety of special workshops, including “the amazing airbrush,” “Internet marketing for artists,” Photoshop, plein-air painting and more. Anyone who lives or works in Eagle County can apply for a scholarship. “We want adults in our community to be able to take advantage of the variety of classes we have to offer, whether they are interested in learning a new skill for professional development or want to pursue art for personal reasons,” said Lauren Merrill, owner of Alpine Arts Center. “The adult scholarships are not based solely on financial need, and the committee will consider each applicant’s individual situation and award scholarships to the most deserving candidates.” According to Merrill, Alpine Arts Center has a youth scholarship program in place through The Youth Foundation, which has provided a number of families with the financial means to expose their children to the visual arts. Applications are being accepted for Alpine Arts Center’s summer camps, offered for ages 3 to 6, 7 to 12 and teens. These camps are based on weekly themes, such as “animal adventures” and “sparkle, shimmer and glitter” for kids and



Plein-air painting workshops will be offered for adults throughout the summer. “teen clay camp,” “two-dimensional art” and “textiles” for teens. Camps incorporate many art mediums, including painting, clay sculpture, drawing, printmaking, jewelry and mixed-media, and involve both indoor and outdoor art activities. “Both scholarship programs are important to growing the arts in our community, especially at a time when the arts are being cut from schools and the economy has forced many people to limit spending” Merrill said. To apply for either scholarship, go to Alpine Arts Center’s website and fill out an application. Adult scholarship applications are due by May 25 for committee review, and scholarships for children and teens are accepted on an ongoing basis. To make a donation to support either or both of these scholarship programs, contact Alpine Arts Center. For more information about Alpine Arts Center or its scholarship programs, or to view the summer schedule and register online, visit or call 970-926-2732.






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Eagle Athletic Club will host a kids summer yoga and swim camp in June and July, offering kids a chance to creatively explore yoga, followed by an hourlong swim beach party at the Eagle Athletic Club pool. Instructor Erin Fernandez believes that yoga helps children to be comfortable in their own skin and loves to explore self-expression with kids through yoga. Kids will be introduced to the science of yoga through fun, energetic and challenging poses. Campers also will play games, testing their strength and balance, followed by mindful discussion and reflection. “Yoga is a child’s way to vibrantly connect with the universe — creating self-awareness to nurture themselves and their environments,” Fernandez said. Attendees should bring beach balls and yoga pants to this one-of-a-kind summer yoga camp. After an hour of blending yoga with laughter and fun, campers will get to cool off with a pool party. Camp will be offered in two sessions (one in June, one in July) on Mondays from 9:45 a.m. to noon. The camp is for children ages 6 and older. Each camper must be able to swim independently (life guard will be present during beach party). The cost is $60 per session. Call Eagle Athletic Club to register at 970-328-6316.

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TUESDAY, MAY 15 Reconstruction Recycled Art Show, 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Alpine Arts Center in Edwards. View and vote on artwork. Food from The Bookworm and beverages from Crazy Mountain Brewery. Call 970-471-4222. $4 Bowling Tuesdays, 4:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m., The Back Bowl, Eagle. $4 bowling all day long. Call 970-328-BOWL. Trivia Night, 9:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m., Loaded Joe’s Coffeehouse & Lounge, 82 E. Beaver Creek Blvd, No. 104, Avon. $50 prize to winning team. Call 970-7481480. Redstone Castle Tours, 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., 58 Redstone Blvd., Redstone Take a step back in time and visit the baronial mansion of Redstone’s founder, John Cleveland Osgood. Call 970-963-9656.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 16 Free Game Night, 8:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m., Loaded Joe’s Coffeehouse & Lounge, Avon. Free billiards and shuffleboard all night. Beer-pong tables are available. Call 970-748-1480. Kids Bowl Free, 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., The Back Bowl, Eagle. Each child younger than 12 bowls free with an adult paying the full regular rate. Call 970-328-BOWL. Ladies Night Bowling, 4:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m., The Back Bowl, Eagle. Ladies enjoy discounted bowling. Call 970328-BOWL. Bluzilla, 6:00 p.m., Castle Peak Grill. Celebrating the great outdoors on the deck. Call 970-

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THURSDAY, MAY 17 Kids Bowl Free, 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., The Back Bowl, Eagle. Each child younger than 12 bowls free with an adult paying the full regular rate. Call 970-328-BOWL. Reggae Night, 9:00 p.m., Loaded Joe’s, Avon. A Rocky Mountain-Jamaican dance party. Hosted by DJ Weez and Black Lion. No cover. Call 970401-0470. The Laughing Bones, 9:00 p.m., Woody’s. Alt countrybluegrass troubadours bring acoustic music for the offseason. Call 970-331-6449. Redstone Castle Tours, 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., 58 Redstone Blvd., Redstone Take a step back in time and visit the baronial mansion of Redstone’s founder, John Cleveland Osgood. Call 970-963-9656.

FRIDAY, MAY 18 Karaoke With Sandman, 9:00 p.m. - 2:00 a.m., Loaded Joe’s Coffee House & Lounge. All types of music for you to sing. Sign-up opens at 9 p.m. Call 970-748-1480. Karaoke & Trivia Night, 8:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m., The Back Bowl in Eagle Unique combination event pairs karaoke with team trivia for prizes every Friday with DJ ShyGuy. No cover. Call 970-328-BOWL.

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TUESDAY, MAY 15 Patterns of Joy Sewing Lessons, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m., Eagle. Call 970-390-3460. Baby and Me Class, 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m., Shaw Pavilion in Edwards, conference room next to the cafeteria. Call 970-3907754. Guided Nature Walks, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Walking Mountains Science Center, Avon. Call 970-827-9725. Guided Tour at the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., Third level of the Vail Village parking structure. Call 970-476-1876. Historic Vail Village Walking Tour, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum, third level of the Vail Village parking structure. Call 970-476-1876. Laugh & Learn Preschool, 7:45 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., The Terrace, Eagle. Call 970-328-1373. Mountain Journey School Enrolling for Summer/Fall 2012, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Eagle Ranch, Eagle. Call 970-401-2124 to set up a time to visit and to get more information. Private Music Lessons, 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., Wright’s Music Studio, Eagle-Vail. Call 970-445-0164. Paint Your Own Pottery, 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Dewey Dabbles In Art, 50 Chambers Ave., Eagle. Call 970-328-7687 or 970-618-7551. Baby Story Time, 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m., Vail Public Library. Call 970 479-2179.

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Lap Sit Story Time, 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m., Gypsum Public Library, 47 Lundgren Blvd. Call 970-524-5080. Little Ninjas, 10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m., Inyodo, North Star Center, Edwards, behind Subway. Call 970-569-3083. Pony Camp, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., and 12:30 - 3:30 p.m., 915 Spraddle Creek Road, Vail. Call 970-476-6941. Preschool Story Time, 11:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m., Avon Public Library. Call 970-949-6797. Preschool Story Time, 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Vail Public Library. Call 970-479-2179. Habitat Homeownership Informational Session, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle. Call 970-7486718. Poet Gathering: Open Mic, 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., Nicky’s Quickie, 151 Main St., Minturn. Call 970-306-4284. Vail Valley Candlelight Meeting of Narcotics Anonymous, 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., The Vail Church in Eagle-Vail, 39209 U.S. Highway 6, Avon, meeting

room in the southwest corner of the building. Call 1-800-9124597. Anusara Yoga Class, 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., The Sanctuary at Finis Boni, First & Main Building in the Riverwalk at Edwards. Call 970-926-9060. Basics and Beyond Yoga, 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m., Dogma Athletica, 137 Main St., G-001, Edwards. Call 970-688-4433. Beginning Tai Chi Chuan, 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Colorado Mountain College, 150 Miller Ranch Road, Edwards. Call 970-914-5027. Booty Camp, 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m., Avon Rec Center. Call 970-748-4060. By Donation Yoga, 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m., UMA Fitness, 34500 U.S. Highway 6, B9, Edwards, above Freshies. Call 970-390-1250. Cardio Tennis, 6:15 a.m. - 7:15 a.m., Aria Spa & Club. Call 303-601-7631. Eagle Fit Club, 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., United Methodist Church, Eagle. Free workout. Call 970-343-0553.

Fit Hoops, 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., Avon Recreation Center. Call 970-748-4060. Free Adult Karate, 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., Singletree Pavilion, Edwards. Call 970-328-4360. Free Adult Karate/Strengthening Class, 7:30 p.m., James Lee’s Karate, 717 Sylvan Lake Road, Eagle Ranch. Call 970328-4360. Free Kayak Demo, 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., Town of Vail Whitewater Park. Call 970926-3867. Gyrotonic Equipment Class, 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., 210 Edwards Village Blvd., D206, Edwards. Call 970-471-4771. Gyrotonic Equipment Class, 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., The Movement Studio, 210 Edwards Village Blvd., D206, Edwards. Call 970-471-4771. Hatha Flow Yoga, 6:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m., Yoga Off Broadway Eagle, CO This yoga class is for all levels. Call 970-328-YOGA. Hatha Flow Yoga, 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., Yoga Off Broadway, Eagle. Call 970-328-YOGA. Lunch Break Yoga, 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m., Dogma Athletica, 137 Main St., G-001, Edwards. Call 970-688-4433. Morning Asana, 6:00 a.m. 7:00 a.m., Yoga Off Broadway, Eagle. Call 970-328-YOGA. Power Yoga, 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Eagle Athletic Club, inside the Eagle Lodge and Suites. Call 970-471-6715. Prenatal Yoga, 5:10 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., Yoga off Broadway, U.S. Highway 6, Eagle. Gentle yoga


classes specific to the needs of pregnant bodies. Great way to meet other new moms. Drop in for $8 per class. Call 970-328YOGA. Rock your Asana, 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m., Dogma Athletica, 137 Main St., G-001, Edwards. Call 970-688-4433. Rock your Asana, 9:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m., Dogma Athletica, 137 Main St., G-001, Edwards. A challenging and invigorating practice for the more experienced yogi. Strong foundation and understanding of yoga recommended. Call 970-688-4433. Shotokan Karate of Vail, 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Monday and Wednesday at Gypsum Rec Center. Tuesday and Thursday at Edwards Elementary School. Call 970-524-2349 or 970390-7379. Spin, 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m., Avon Recreation Center. Spin on CycleOps Trainers, which deliver road-like feel and progressive resistance. Call 970748-4060. TRX & Indoor Cycling, 9:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m., Eagle Athletic Club inside the Eagle Lodge and Suites, Eagle. Call 970471-6715. The Ride: Indoor Cycling, 5:30 a.m. - 6:30 a.m., Eagle Athletic Club, inside the Eagle Lodge and Suites, Eagle. Indoor cycling class. Call 970-4716715. Total Body Conditioning, 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m., Eagle Athletic Club, inside the Eagle Lodge and Suites, Eagle. Call 970-

471-6715. VRD Gentle Yoga, 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m., in the community programming room on the second floor of the new Lionshead Welcome Center. Call 970479-2292. Yoga: Anusara, Hatha, Athletic, Vinyasa, 8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m., Avon Recreation Center. All types of yoga for all levels. Call 970-748-4068. Join the Vail Valley Medical Center Volunteer Corps, Vail Valley Medical Center. Accepting full and part-time residents. Call 970-479-5068. Art Drop-ins For Father’s Day and Mother’s Day, 9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m., Alpine Arts Center, first level in Edwards Commercial Park. Make a cool and memorable project for your mom or dad. Call 970-926-2732. Grief Recovery Outreach Program, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Eagle Public Library, 600 Broadway. Celynn McClarrinon, a certified grief recovery specialist and social worker for HomeCare & Hospice of the Valley, will conduct a 12-week grief recovery outreach program. The cost is $60 for 12 sessions. Call 970-569-7455. Transitioning from Middle School to High School, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Garden Classroom, County Building, Eagle Hear from guest experts who can provide valuable advice and resources at no cost. Learn more about transitioning from middle school to high school. Call 970-949-9250.



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92K miles, excellent condition, premium package, leather heated seats, traction control. Set of studded tires, new. All service/maintenance papers. $8,722 970-401-1033 Chevrolet Trail Blazer LS 2006

Extended Sport Utility 4Door. 6 Cylinder 4.2 Liter. 4WD 82817 Mileage. Good Condition. Semi new tires. Automatic with a Tow Package. 3rd Row Seating. Asking $12,000.00 970-393-3804 Custom Motocycle 2005



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1981 Delorean, Renault/Volvo 2.8L, 22,000OBO 2 door. Excellent condition. 3384 Manual transmission. silver Dan

2008 Fleetwood pop up Camper High clearance for off road camping Not your grandmother's camper Rhino Liner roof is new

Audi A4 Avant Quattro 2006 Excellent condition. 87K Auto. 2.0L Turbo. Leather Heated seats. Extra set Aluminum wheels and snow tires.


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Cabana Trailer with tent pullout, 19’, very good condition, clean and comfortable, perfect for camping, fishing, etc. $6,860.00 Call (970)524-9520 or (970)471-9850

300 hours Bucket, Chain, forks, trencher, heated cab. $24970.00 for CAT $4300.00 Trencher Attachment or buy all for $28,812.00 970-904-6369

Honda 4 stroke outboard. Trailer $5,150 David 361-816-8422

Chevrolet Silverado 2006 74000 miles. 4 X 4, Garaged, 1 owner with service records. Duramax,Allison trans. Toolbox, Bedliner. $28500

Chevy Silverado LS 1500 2004

Chevy Suburban 2001

Coleman Camper 1995

Cross Fire Convertible 2005

4x4, extended cab, excellent condition, 32K miles, garaged, CD, tow package, new tires, automatic, Vortec 5300 V8.

Z71, leather, 4WD, 230K miles, automatic, 3rd seat, no AC. Tow package, new brakes. OnStar.

King, Queen & Double. Toilet & Shower. Good Condition. All electrical just redone.

Red with black top. Leather interior, Excellent Condition! Kept in Garage. Only driven during summer months! 36k Miles. Call Norma:

$16,500 Woody, 970-945-7114

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Dodge Ram 1500 “Sport” 2001

Ford E-350 1997

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Ford E-350 1997,7.3 Turbo Diesel, 4 speed automatic w/ overdrive, 143k miles, great work van good condition. $3,200 (970)471-0354

1995 Ford E 350 4x4 Camping Van 117,000miles on 7.3 L P-stroke Diesel. Sink, stove, fridge, heater, solar. Seats and sleeps 2 or 970-319-1001leave msg $35000OBO


BMW 325I 2001


1981 Delorean, Renault/Volvo

Dodge Grand 1999

S & S motor, lots of custom parts, must see to appreciate. Excellent shape.

Caravan for sale. 200k+. Needs battery and has oil leak.

$4500 970-309-9095

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4 WD, 5 Speed, V8, AC, PW, Bed Liner, Cap Trailer Brake Control, Very Good Condition Recent Upgrades and All Service Records NADA Value $7,300 Sale Price $6,500.00 Call 970-390-8675

Ford F150 XLT Super Crew 2007

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Ford F150 XLT 2007 Super Crew. 71000 miles, Auto, 5.7L, bedliner, rack, topper, hitch. Challenge Aspen.

Only 12,500 mi. Loaded, V10, 4WD, 50K mile transferable warranty, with 5’ long drawers in front compartment of utility box. Ideal service truck!

Good condition. 203,000 Manual transmission. Cummins Diesel white

225K hwy miles well maintained, auto trans, V8, A/C, air bag, ABS, leather heated power seats and windows, 4WD, tow pkg, 6CD player, seats 8, bronze

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PW, locks, air, 8’bed, Leer cap, 63K miles. 2001 Lance PU camper model 810, stove, micro, full bath, elect jacks Lrg furnace, winter pkg, very good cond., $24,000 for the two, will separate: Truck: $17,500, Camper: $6500 970-963-8519

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Harley Davidson FXSTBI 2005

Harley DavidsonHeritage Classic 2003

Harley Davidson VRSC V-ROD 2002


2 Tone Blue-Silver Mint Condition-2150 Low Miles. King Windshield- Many Extras $11,990 970-920-6850

Nighttrain Softail, 17k miles, EFI, 1450 engine, extra accessories, Screaming Eagle pipes.

Harley Davidson Heritage Classic 2003 100th aniversery Edition Many extras Excellent condition. Joe $8,900 OBO 970-471-4668

Superb condition. 1130cc Security System, Corbin Seat and More!

6900 Miles, Perfect Condition, Tach, Cargo Rack, Back Rest, Engine Guard, Custom Paint, Windshield, Harley Luggage, $3000 under book value, 1584 CC, Fuel Injected, 6 Speed

Horse Trailer - 1993

HUMMER H3 2006

International 4700 DT466E 2001

Jeep Cherokee Limited 2001

Jeep Grand Cherokee 2007

2 Horse Slant Trailer with ramp, tack/dressing room. Excellent condition. No rust, new paint, new rubber mats, spare tire. $5500 Call Tom 970-948-2279

Luxury Package, Sunroof, leather, Well taken care of, Low Miles.

24 foot box (6 foot separate front section w/ side door) Auto Trans, Air Brakes, Lift Gate, 4 belly tool boxes Set up to tow trailer, 132800 Mi. $11,500 Mr. T's Store 984-2977 Russell Cell 989-5278

4.0L V6, 4X4 FT/PT/4WL, Great condition, Dark Green, Tinted w/ Leather, Power seats & windows, 168K, Original owner, garaged, tow pkg $5,500 Call Rob @ 970 390 0958

4WD, 3.7 Liter V6 with 97,500 miles. Dark gray with light gray leather interior and upgraded sound system. Originally retailed for $34k.


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4.0L manual transmission. 2 sets of tires and wheels. Wilderness rack, Thule spare mount bike rack, hard top and bikini top. 141K. Ready for summer! $7900 970-445-7455

This is the Cadillac of 5th wheel trailers. A/C, Full kitchen, deluxe 1BD. Travel in style or move in as a perfect starter home. Paid $52,000 Owner Finance? $26,000 Call 970-379-9767

Land Rover Discovery 2000 $5,999 obo Florida truck. 99k Auto. Sunroof. Tan leather 518-641-9860 $5,999 obo 5186419860

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Soft top convertible with 1980 Volkswagon motor. Excellent condition.

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Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder GT 2001

Nissan Pathfinder SE 2002

Runs Great. 92k Miles 5 speed manual, front wheel drive, 3.0 V6 Leather seats. Spoiler. Power Everything $4800 954-461-0094

Nissan Pathfinder SE 2002. Good condition and well maintained. 97,000 miles. 4WD. Auto transmission. Great SUV! Candace (720) 217-7349 $6,900

Roadrunner 5th Wheel 2009

24 ft., one-half ton, pickup towable. One slide out, sleeps 6. Used for prototype development only- as new. $13,750 970-618-3474

Polaris Assault RMK 800 2009



Polaris Ranger 6x6 - 2000

Range Rover 2004

693 miles. Yamaha Phazer Mtn. 500 144" '08 220 miles. CB Alpine Trailer Two Place Trailer, Stainless Steel & Aluminum 2006. Sleds are in excellent condition and come with extras. $16,500 for all, will seperate. 970 -485-0615

Tilt bed, two gun racks and winch. Includes 8x10 rear Loading trailer. Excellent condition.

Fully Loaded, Florida Car, low miles, Excellent condition, Great Graduation Gift

Asking $6000.00 Call (970) 379-0178

$23,500 970-309-1261

Starcraft Trailer 2002

Subaru Outback 2003

Subaru Outback 2010

Toyota Tundra 2008 Limited V8

19ft, but extends to 32ft with beds out. Great condition, everything works. Less than 100hrs of use. Pictures available upon request. $8000 OBO Inquiries, please email:

Subaru Outback '03, 4 dr, manual, new timing belt, maintained, good condition, heatd seats, trailer hitch & extra set studded snow tires, 109K $7,500.00 970-328-1565

2.5i Limited Wagon. Awesome car! Harmon Kardon Stereo, Sunroof. 33,000mi. 2 Sets of Tires. Winter/Summer. Still under Subaru warranty! 970-274-8074 $24,000

Very clean truck. Leather, upgraded Toyota brakes. New pads, timing belt, water pump, pulleys & tires. Insulated camper top, great maintenance & records. 4.7 V8 TRD. $8,500 303-501-3965


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2.0T, Wolfsburg Edition 119K, fresh synthetic oil, new brake pads, excellent condition, + new winter tires(relocation)


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Thule 1500 roof box. $350. Avon. All black. Excellent condition. Phil 970-376-3253

1997 Subaru OutBack $2,900 4 door. Good condition. 141k Manual transmission. White . Call Liliana 970-445-8597 AVALANCHE AUTOMOTIVE LLC

Topper - $100. For full size truck. Solid, just needs paint. Avon. Phil 970-376-3253

9 9 S u b a r u F o r e s t e, Black, Auto, 158K miles. Choose from more than 25 Subaru's in stock. We finance anyone with approved credit. BUY HERE PAY HERE. Hwy 24 in Minturn. (970) 827-5336.

Ford F-150 1988 $2700 obo 4x4 Excellent condition New Tires, Topper and luggage rack, runs great, good work truck or camping. Auto transmission. no problems runs good and great cosmetic shape Cavan 970-390-1259 INTERESTED in selling your 97â&#x20AC;&#x2122; & up vehicle? Body damage/ mechanical problems or Junk cars 970-390-1993. I pay cash for junk cars Ablo espanol. (970) 485-9727.

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Auto Parts/ Accessories Bridgestone Potenza All Weather Tires- Excellent condition. $75.00 each. Size-re92a, P205/50r17. From AWD Subaru Impreza, all same tread. Vail. Call 330-715-6617 and leave message. Firestone Tires Affinity Touring S4 P195/65R15 $400 Avon CO. Only used 7K miles. Excellent condition. Keith 615.943.9465

Set of four 235/75/15 "Big O" "Big Foot" mud a n d s n o w s o n six-hole,139.7 (5.5") spaced chrome rims. Like new condition. $400. 970-904-0202.


Children/Baby Items


C r i b B e d d i n g twinkle,twinkle little star sage/brown/white $100 Edwards Joanna 970-779-7020

Antique/Classic Autos

Lincoln Continental 1979 - $2999.00 or OBO as is. 2 door; 118,000 miles, auto transmission, 400 engine, power windows, leather seats, wood grain panels. Black interior & exterior. Call Connie 970-653-4482 or email: m


Waag heavy duty ladder rack. $299. Fits full size truck. Avon. Gently used condition. Phil 970-376-3253 Yakima Space Cadet with towers and bars. $ 4 0 0 . 0 0 O B O. H o l d s camping gear and luggage for four. 970-524-2233

Auto Service $500-$2000 CASH for any Subaru 1999 & newer. Wrecked, running or b r o k e n d o w n . 970-389-8730 We buy cars for junk. Pay up to $250 depending on car. Compro carros para yonke. Pago hasta $250. 970-470-1014 Mirandaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Towing

Bayliner Run-About 1978 $2,000.00 4-Cylinder Volvo Inboard. Located in Eagle. Call Charlie 970-390-6718

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1992 XLT 4x4 Ford Explorer w/5-speed manual. 142k. good mechanically; new head gaskets, etc. Body, paint & interior good. 22+mpg. $2500 obo. 970-904-0202

Arts/Crafts/Hobbies Artograph DB400 Large Projector $199 OBO. Wildridge/Avon. Excellent condition. Incl. mirror. Projects images to floor, wall, or desktop. Sandy Fuller 970-949-1856.

Appliances Thule Cargo Box Thule 2 0 0 9 $ 4 0 0 . 0 0 970-470-5503

Utility Trailers

Autos $100-750 $$ Cash for unwanted vehicles. Same day pick-up. $$$ 4 Subaruâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. 970-389-8730.

Suzuki Sx4 2008, blue, AWD,28mpg original owner, 115K, touring package, new brakes, air filter and cabin air filter, windshield, synthetic oil, runs great, fun and zippy 720-936-2750, $7,950/OBO

Ford Van - Club Wagon Custom 1981 3000 OBO side door and back doors Used condition. Auto transmission. V8 460 4x4 Blue Jon 970-389-0849 call or text



$10,600 970-306-2391

Car Dead? cash paid for any vehicle, including wrecks. (970) 904-0202 freeorlowcosttowing@g

Chevrolet S-10 Blazer 1992 $1500 4 door. Manual transmission. Michael 970-390-2790 m

Voyager 2-place dual, side load (drive o n / d r i v e o f f ) ATV trailer. New pressure treated decking. New tires and a spare tire included. $800.00 Grand Junction. 970-255-1999.

27 inch TV Sanyo $10 vail Good condition. karl 970-390-9664 karledgerton@comcast. net

Feel the power. 80 percent of adults in households earning $100,000 or more read a newspaper in print or online each week. Apt. size Refrigerator 2-door (upper freezer) I v o r y c o l o r . 480-414-2911

Gaggia Platinum Vogue

automatic espresso maker. This model is fitted with the manual cup lift, System and pre-disposition to milk island. Used, very good condition. $475. Call 970-748-2947 and leave a message. Jack La Laine Juicer $60 Eagle, Like new condition. 970-393-2608 Kenmore Apt.size Refrigerator. 2-door Ivory color (upper freezer) $40.00 480-414-2911 New Gaggenau Island Hood # AI 400720 47"Lx27.5"Wx4"t $200 obo.Dual controls, 3 light/6 screen Vail New Paul 9703766071

Children/Baby Items BABY/KID BIKE SEAT ATTACHMENT. $85 VAIL 970-376-8245 Bonavita Crib $100 E d w a r d s G o o d condition. Joanna 970-779-7020

Bratt Decor Distressed-White, Solid Hardwood Crib + Toddler Bed Conversion Kit. Gender Neutral Gently Used Fixed Side Rails 3 mattress support positions depending on child's age Retail cost: Approximately $880 Asking price: $500 Naturepedic Organic Cotton Quilted Crib Mattress Gently Used Retail cost: Approximately $360 Asking price: $200 If interested please call 970-949-6058 Child bicycle seat CoPilot Limo $75 Edwards Joanna 970-779-7020

Handmade ladies Boot,

Graco HIGHCHAIR infant to todler,has it all: secure 3 point harness,seat belt,2 trays,4 height and 3 recline positions,4 locking wheels, fold for storage,75$ Avon 970-376-6537 Graco Pack 'n Play with bassinet. blue $50 west vail Like new condition. megan 970-376-3766

Liberty Boot Company â&#x20AC;&#x153;Amie" $500 size 7.5. More pics online at m, search "Amie". Worn one time for less than an hour. Boot retails for $1, 000 and up. Great price for a handmade boot. 678-471-9598

Computer/Supplies Computer. Compaq $125 Vail/Avon/Eagle Like new, Win 7, Fully Reloaded. 970-390-7320


N e w M A N U A L BREASTPUMP, MEDELA "Harmony" #1 in Manual Pumps ,no batteries required,swivel handle,New in a box, 25$ Avon 970-376-6537 Stroller Graco DuoGlider gently used. Fits 2 infant car seats $80 call 970-390-5143

Gosh, thanks. More than 71 percent of adults read a newspaper in print or online each week. TREK BIKE TRAILER $125/best Great condition, VAIL 970-376-8245

Auto Photo Ads work. Computer. MSI $100 Vail/Avon/Eagle Gently used condition. XP Pro, Dual Core, Reloaded. 970-390-7320 Printer. HP2020 Color Laser $50 obo donation to Milehigh Labrador Rescue Vail -used c o n d i t i o n . T J 970-477-3045 QWEST Wireless modem (newer) QWEST $50 970-376-8245

Construction Equipment/Material 20 gal water heater $200 Eagle, Good condition. 970-393-2608 Boulders, structural dirt & top soil. Per l o a d . D a v e . 970-977-0261 Formica top (brown marble) 2x4 $30 Eagle, 970-393-2608

Trek Trikester retails $209. asking 110 OBO big tires rides smooth. Edwards Excellent condition. Linda 970.471.2442

Clothing Dansko Clogs, sz 8, womens $100 (paid $141.00) have receipt Eagle, Black, worn 3x 970-393-2608

HAND-HEWN BEAMS $3.00-6.00/per Board Ft Choose Oak or Hickory. Saw cut also available. They've waited 100 years to be your mantel! 970 390-7405 Vintage Wood Supply




Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Construction Equipment/Material

Kitchen Cabinet: $50 Excellent condition. Oak with white face. 33wx18 1/8h x 12 7/8d Call 970-476-2367 ROCK NEEDED LARGE 3-4 FOOT IN SIZE, NOT RIVER ROCK price NEG. 970-376-2742 Water Pump (Little Giant) $120 Eagle, Superb condition. Brand new, NEVER USED! 970-393-2608

Electronics 12" TV Sanyo w/ remote. Great for kids room, camper, etc. Image available online. $25. Eagle. Excellent condition. Dana 970-376-5609

Bose Acoustimass AM-5 Subwoofer. Power handling 100 Watts IEC continuous. Excellent condition.$75. East Vail. Ron @ 970 445-8645

KODAK Easyshare LCD Digital Picture Frame P730, 8"x10",Wide screen format,2 built in card readers and USB port. 45$ Avon 970-376-6537 Nintendo DS with charger and 12 games $65 Edwards Good condition. Greg 970 390 3020 Stand alone stereo "Aiwi", 3 disc, two tape, seperate speakers. See picture online. $20 Eagle. Good condition. Dana 970-376-5609 Toshiba 32" HDTV Flat w/DVD Built In $199 John 970-471-0905

Electronics Unopened Visonik 1600w car amp 1600.2 $105 Prime condition. Travis Edgar Gypsu m 321-230-8769

Zenith P50W38H 50" High Altitude Plasma TV $200 Avon Used condition. Must sell ASAP!!! 970-366-2125

Firewood/Fuel Firewood Fast, friendly service. Full, half, & face cords. Lower prices! Top Quality! 970-949-5018

Furniture/Home Furnishings

Furniture/Home Furnishings

Armoire: Beautiful Antique Burl Wood Stunning design. Retails $2,200.00 only asking 550 OBO. Priced to sell! Hanger & tie rack movement. great for jewelry. 970.471.2442 Can deliver if needed

Elegant Bar Stools $100ea. Avon , just Re upholstered Excellent condition. Matt Bresler (970) 376-0708

Bar Stools (4) arm and foot rests $120 Good condition. 9703766071

Beautiful Girls Bedroom Set. $500.00 for set or priced individually. Dillon Excellent condition. 970-470-1568 dresserw/mirror, twin lattice bed, chest, night stand Bedroom Set. $199 . 2 dressers and 1 headboard. All pine, Headboard is cool with pine tree and bear cutouts! Charles 970-331-4885

Coffee and 2 end Tables. $100 W Vail Good condition. 7205305679

BRAND NEW KING PILLOWTOP MATTRESS with BOX and WARRANTY $299!! Can Deliver 970-274-9276

POTTERY BARN Modern Ledge in Black, set of 3 Display Shelfs, 3F long, Hidden hardware, Set of 3 for 65$ 970-376-6537

Futon, nice all wood frame with cover and pillows $200 Eagle 970-914-6004

Queen Bed Frame/New $ 4 5 . 0 0 E a g l e 970-328-7051 t

Sofa Leather brown 7 ft . $200 obo Good condition. 7205305679

Couch with Sitting Chair and Ottoman combo


Armoire/TV-Stand. $400 812-720-0379 Loveseat. Wood. $120.00 Avon/Wildridge. Very good condition, a few nicks on arm. Pick up preferred. Possible set. S a n d y F u l l e r 970-949-1856

P l e a s e 970-309-2564

T.V. Armoire. 200 Avon Excellent condition. M a t t B r e s l e r 970-376-0708

Dining Room Set. $500. Beautiful solid Cherry with 4 chairs. 42" W, 24" to 84" long with two leafs. Custom made protective pads. Breckenridge Prime condition. Larry 970.445.8372 m

Mexican Barn Door Coffee Table 5' x 3' x 18" ox yoke base retail value $1199 selling @ 475 or OBO highest-quality, superb condition, NEW! Alan 970-470-1768

“wheels”? May Auto Photo

Pay for a month in the Vail Daily and we’ll Ad Special The Winter Park, throw in a month In in Summit, Glenwood, AspenSection. and Grand Junction Classified publications for FREE. That’s 6 print and online Pay for a month publications for theinprice of 1! the Vail Daily and your ad will also run in the Summit Daily, Glenwood Post Independent, Aspen Times, Sky Hi News and the Grand Junction Free Press.

Vanity painted 42inch, corian top with 2 backsplash sink and faucet set. $125.00 call 970-445-8645

Gaming Supplies

2005 NASCAR Pinball Machine & Dynamo Air Hockey Table -$5000 for both- Estate Sale- Never Coin operated- Mint condition- Low # games played Paul 970 977-0135

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Health & Beauty Infrared Sauna, 2-person, stands alone; $600.00 Gypsum Excellent condition. 970-471-6155


New KOHLER "Simplice" KITCHEN FAUCET in Polished Chrome,Single Handle Pullout Spray,New in a box,Retail 174$+TAX, will sell for 125$ 970-376-6537

Hurry, this offer ends on May 31. Guaranteed auto photo package still available with some restrictions .

THINK AND FEEL LIKE YOU'RE 20 AGAIN! Revolutionary Supplement Improves Mood, Memory, Exercise Endurance, Energy and Intimacy. Physician Developed. BUY 2 GET 1 FREE! 1-800-747-1359 or

Home Health/ Medical Equip OX2 small resprirator bottle and regulator $75 W. Vail Gently used condition. 7205305679



Sofa. Wood. 78"X30". Off-white durable cushions.$180.00 Avon/Wildridge Excellent condition. Pick up preferred. Possible set. Sandy Fuller 970-949-1856.

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3 piece set Couch green $30 Gypsum Good condition. Travis 3212308769

Area Rug 10'6" x 12' Gold Shag -High End -Cost over $1000.00 Sell $500.00 Eagle Good condition. 970-328-7051 W i l l D e l i v e r t

Futon- Black mattress, black metal frame includes like new set of sheets. Great condition. $60 OBO in Edwards, C a l l D e n n i s a t 970-445-8546

Rustico AFW Armoire Cabinet. $175 Edwards Good co n d i t i o n . J o h n 970-471-0905


Bed- Twin Size. Natural finished pine with box and mattress. $70. Eagle. Excellent condition. Dana 970-376-5609

outdoor furniture Frontgate Soho Collection 6 piece sectional $1600.00 Basalt Good condition. Audrey 970-948-0498 m

Brand New Queen Orthopedic Pillowtop & Box Spring with Warrant y $ 1 7 5 . C a n Deliver 970-274-9276

Bunk bed Very sturdy! Pinewood w Twin Siz mattres $200 Eglevail Gently used nice cond 720-530-5679

1 Handpainted Austrian Amoire 6’tall by 4’wide, Antique German matching carved dark cherry wood furniture set: 7’bookcase w/3glass doors, Amoire w/shelves, round 5’dining table with leaves; tall floor lamp, and 4 easy chairs, marbletop coffeetable 970-328-3030

Furniture/Home Furnishings



Dresser. $ 175 Vail Good condition.Beautiful high end oak veneer dresser, obtained from a condo in the Arabelle Charles 970-331-4885 m

Furniture/Home Furnishings

17 INCHES OF PURE HEAVEN!! BRAND NEW 20 YEAR WARRANTY!!! Bamboo/Cotton blended fabric. You can Thank me upon Delivery!! $699 Includes the Box Spring. 970-274-9276

Furniture/Home Furnishings


Other. 200.00 edwards Good condition. shawn 970-470-5503 mountainlimousine@hot

$$ ALWAYS PAYING $$ “CASH” For your large/small diamonds, emeralds, , jewelry, coins & estates of all sizes. 970-948-0622

REPUTABLE GOLDSMITH paying CASH for gold, silver, platinum jewelry, gold or silver coins, nuggets, sterling silver sets. Many loyal customers thank me for BEST RETURNS, BEST SERVICE and convenient appointments. I Recycle, Remake, and Repair. For today's spot see: Call Ron (970) 390-8229

Buying gold, diamonds, platinum and silver. Custom jewelry, repairs. Dave @ Summit Gold, 309 Main St./Frisco 970-668-0101.

Lawn & Garden Acres of Trees - Spruce, Foxtails, Aspens $20, Wholesale, Since 1974. For appt. 719-836-2639


Miscellaneous Merchandise various $5.00 to $30.00 Avon Used condition. V i c k i E a s t m a n 970-949-4416 veastman@eastwestres 25Televisions some with built in DVD/VCR$20.00 Each 11 Floor Lamps$20.00 Chandeliers$ 2 0 . 0 0 , $25.00 & $30.00 11 Table Lamps$15.00 44 Dining Chairs$15.00 Each 11 Radio / CD Players under counter style $20.00 Each Curtains $20.00 Each set from 2 bedroom unit Curtains $15.00 Each set from 1 bedroom unit Artwork various sizes $10.00

Musical Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar with Fender Mustang 1 Amp-$200 OBO. Description: Both the guitar and amp are used but in great condition. The Amp comes with basic amplifier cables needed to play. The Les Paul comes with a black strap. Take advantage of this good deal! Give me a call at (970) 331-5141

Ariens High Wheel Gas Lawn Mower (push) $125 John 970-471-0905 Beautiful Napa Valley wine barrel! $119! Laser engraved cooperage (barrel maker) writing on head!

Ibanez XPT700 guitar $550 Eagle Like new condition. 970-914-6004. Black, edge3 locking tremelo, hard case, great metal guitar.

Husky Weekender Small Electric Pressure Washer $75 John 970-471-0905

Tickets/Ski Passes/ Events

Ryobi weed eater used once $75 Edwards Like new condition. 300' of hose $40 John 970-471-0905 ~Sublers Nursery~ Bristlecone-Foxtail Pine 4’-15’ $50 per ft. Native Engleman Spruce $30 per ft. Large Aspen Clumps | Planting & Delivery Available | Call or Text 719-395-6253 | Located in Buena Vista

Miscellaneous Merchandise Acer PC Batterey $20 Eagle, Like new condition. 970-393-2608

Free to good homes, offices and schools: Blank newsprint endrolls available for you to pick up at our newspaper facilities: Stop by 200 Lindbergh Dr. in Gypsum or call 328-6333 ext. 12502 to arrange pick up of these endrolls. Also available on site at the Aspen Times & Vail Daily offices. (Unfortunately end rolls will no longer be available at the Post Independent office.) Recycling is a good thing!


Makes great firewood, you pick-up and haul away. Always have plenty in stock! CMNM 200 Lindberg Dr Gypsum Co 81637 970-328-6333 ext 12505 Ask for Brian Schofield

ALL TICKETS BUY/SELL NFL-NHL-MLB-NCAA toll free 1-800-500-8955

Tools/Hardware lumber rack for pu Cargo Master 400.00 Steamboat Springs Like new condition. Jerry Johnson 970-846-6553 power planer delta $150.00 edwards Excellent condition. jim 970-376-5325 Rigid Belt Sander 3"x18" $75 Edwards Like new condition. John 970-471-0905 Stanley Garage Storage Cabinets $150 Good condition. John 970-471-0905 Table Saw with stand 10" Ryobi Model BTS10 $100 Excellent condition. Greg 970-376-2469

Workbench $375 Excellent condition 65/39x73x22 4-6 inch 360° locking wheels, durable chemical resistant worksurface, 13 adjustable storage compartments Alan 970-470-1768

Travel & Vacation TimeShare Red Week Christie Lodge Reasonable Offer Avon Michael 580-542-1981

Water Treatment Various $5.00 to $30.00 Avon Used condition. V i c k i E a s t m a n 970-949-4416 veastman@eastwestres 11 Decorative Wheat w/Vase$ 7.50 11 Sofa end Tables $20.00 Artificial Plants $ 5.00 Artificial Trees $10.00 Bed Covers & Shams King$10.00 Bed Covers & Shams Queen$ 7.50 Bed Covers & Shams Twin$ 5.00

Bidet - Brand New! 175 Avon Excellent condition. Marcy Tracy 760-846-0419 t Never been used and provides a clean stream of Water. Easy to instal - fits any toilet.

Vacuums Dyson Animal Purple Vacuum Dyson $199 John 970-471-0905

Bicycles/Mopeds 2010 Intense Pro XL BMX Race Bike $200 Eagle Excellent condition. Raced Once. Austin 970.471.6065



Boats & Boating Supplies

WYakima Kayak Stacker W

Brand new, never used, still in the box. Includes bow/stern tie-downs. Secures multiple boats on top of your car.

$55 firm

Call 937-286-0789

Camping 4 Person tent 8x10. Two piece tent. Outside can be used as seperate canopy. See picture online. $35. Eagle Used condition. Greg 970-376-2469 Kelty Ultalight backpacking tent, 2 person. $100 Excellent condition. Picture online. Pictured w/o rain fly, which is included. Greg 970-376-2469 North Face Pack Tent $100 each Top of the line Exposition Pack and winter exposition tent call Randy 970 376 1519

BRAND NEW STRIDER BALANCE BIKES $89 BRECKENRIDGE KELLY 914-299-1183 Douglas Pro 6/4 C o m p a c t 4 7 C M: t h i s road bike is a total custom build with Garmin Edge 305. A must see in excellent condition! Built new. Freshly tuned for the season. $5465, selling for $2500. Please call Jonathan, (720)440-1511.

Exercise Equipment

Ozark Trail Screen House 9' X 13'. $25.00. L i ke new. Perfect for picnic groups, camping, etc. Avon/Wildridge. S a n d y F u l l e r 970-949-1856. PORTABLE, TABLETOP/CAMPING CHARCOAL GRILL. BRAND NEW STILL IN BOX. $45.00 John (970)748-4059

Tuesday, May 15, 2012 Golf Nike SQ Sumo 2 10.5 Driver Nike $75 Avon Used condition. Jason 970-331-1591 S. Cameron putter, Newport, 32" long Titleist $40 Avon Used condition. Jason 970-331-1591

40" Folding Fitness Trampoline $40 vail Like new condition. ron


Titleist 3W, RH, 13.5, S-Flex Titleist $40 Avon Used condition. Jason 970-331-1591

Kids Camelback, purple $10.00 Eagle, Good condition. Needs a new drinking tube. Dana 970-376-5609

Life Fitness Eliptical Machine X3 New $3295.00. Selling for $1500.00 Keystone Like new condition. Hardly ever used in our second home. Available to see and pick up May 28th and May 29th ONLY. Al 305-992-7662


Elk & Deer Antlers Local Buyer 970-390-1495

Canoes/Kayaks/ Row Boats

Elk Mount: Great nontypical bull with drop tines. Scores 400+ . $ 6 , 0 0 0 O B O . 719-989-0774 or 970-404-1701

Ski Equipment GTB I drive Mountain Bike Full suspension, quik release seat for adjustments. Originally $800, now $450.00 Edwards, Co Excellent condition. Price includes front and rear reflectors, Cat eye light, odometer, and extra tubes.


JAMIS ECLIPSE ROAD BIKE-56CM-FULL ULTEGRA-KSYRIUM WHEELS-SUPER RIDE-FREE SHOES/CLEATS w/PURCHASE-$500 970.376.0362 Large 2008 Salsa Mamasita 29er X9, Fox Reba fork,1x9 $1100 OBO 970-366-1615 Pearl Izumi MTB Shoes (#5066) Size EU 44 / US 11 / CM 28 Good used condition Silver leather uppers with black mesh & blue trim. Uses SPD cleat system $30 Avon 970-845-9634

Serotta $1500 Edwards Good condition. Campy Chorus Racing Triple 52/42/32 Mavic SUP rims and Campy hubs Carbon Fiber fork Shimano MTB shoes (SH-M110). Size EU 41.5 / US 8 1/4 / CM 25.85. Uppers black leather with blue mesh, yellow trim Good used condition $30 Avon 970-845-9634

Folding Porta Boat $300 Used condition. 12 foor long, great rowing and stable. Can hold 2hp m o t o r . G r e g 970-376-2469 Kayak - Liquid Logic "Pop" $199 Frisco Good condition. Alan 970-389-4609 Kayak Swap & Sale Alpine Quest Sports in GLENWOOD Meadows Sat/ Sun May 19/20 But & sell new & used kayaks, rafts & sups 970-928-9949 Liquid Logic CR125 River/Play $325 Breckenridge 970-390-2969

30-06 with scope $300.00 Crafted from an original German Mauser Good condition. D a n i e l B r y a n t 970-306-8742 thehandymap@hotmail. com AR-15. CMMG. Brand new - never fired. Perfect condition. Comes with (2) 30-round magazines and tactical case + 250 rounds of brand new .223 ammo. $1250. Call 970-904-1864. BROWNING 9MM HI-POWER SEMI AUTO PISTOL. LIKE NEW IN BOX WiTH ALL PAPERS. $800.00 Avon Fred 417 2 3 0 4 5 8 7

NEW, never been used, (still in the plastic) Rx (Prescription) Kayak. specs on the label: Rx S, 69, R6, BS, ORG.


Call 970 390 0998

Colorado Gun Collectors 47th Annual Show. 1400 tables. May 19th, 9-5 & May 20th, 9-3. Denver Merchandise Mart. I-25 and 58th Ave. Exit #215 Adm $8

USED RAFTS 14ft Vanguard SB Excellent Condition $2000 Greg @Timberline Tours Eagle, CO 970-390-3020

CONCEALED CARRY CLASS Saturday May 19th in Kremmling $75.00 970-724-3311 m

Dune Buggies/ Dirtbikes

Big Bertha Driver, RH, 11 loft Callaway $40 Avon Used condition. Jason 970-331-1591.

Shimano SPD-R Road shoes (SH-R150). Size EU 44 / US 10 / CM 27.5 Blue Synthetic leather upper with black, yellow & red trim Carbon fiber sole Excellent condition. $60 Avon 970-845-9634 TREK ROOF MOUNT LOCKING BIKE TREYS (2 newer aluminum style). $150/best. VAIL 970-376-8245

20G Tactical Sagia Shotgun, Brand New, Red Dot scope, 2 mag's, upgraded trigger, foregrip $990 Call Joe 970-306-9511


Golf clubs Ping zing big Bertha driver $200 Vail Used condition. Jason 9 7 0 3 9 0 6 9 0 5

07 Yamaha TTR 230. Electric start. Runs great. Asking $2200. Located in Eagle, CO. Please call 970-328-3034

Golf Storage Rack Metal/Holds 2 Bags/4 Shelves $50.00 Eagle Excellent Condition. 970-328-7051 t

BENGAL SILVER KITTENS from Supreme Champion. $850/ $1250 ready to go 720-434-6344

Bobbi - 8 yr short hair declawed brown tabby female good with other cats - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387);

womens climbing sz 7 Scarpe $40 Excellent condition. 7205305679


Angel is a 2 year old German Shepherd. Loves kids, dogs and women. Would love an a c t i v e f a m i l y . Application at

Pets - Cats Bella - sweet, gets along well with everyone & dogs & cats, beautiful grey & white coat Eagle Valley Humane S o c i e t y 970-328-PETS(7387)

2012 Salomon SPK Pro Boot Size: 27.5- $200 OBO. Description: Good condition only used one season. Includes SCS toe cushioning to eliminate toe bang, a high density pad and 2 layers of gel under the heel to absorb shocks when landing. One buckle is missing a bolt, but still in tact and buckles fine! New 2012 model, originally bought for $500. take advantage of this good deal! Give me a call at (970) 331-5141

Sporting Goods Bike Seat! Wilderness Trail Bikes Titanium Bike Saddle. Rocket V. Retails for $192.00 (check out Sears website). REDUCED PRICE to 90 .Edw a r d s . L i n d a 970.471.2442 Climbing rope $100 new .Maxim 10.2 60M call Randy 970 376 1519 Skateboard Halfpipe 44'x4'x10' Pcs. Free, Good condition. Greg 970-376-3911

Wanted to buy/ Recreation


We can help make that happen! Now accepting gently used adult & kid bikes, fishing and camping equip, etc. Contact us about our B2B and Rep services. Pick up avail. by apt. for large quantities. Buy directly from Website at

Jasmine - 7 year Himalayan, gorgeous, spayed & ready to go! Eagle Valley Humane S o c i e t y 970-328-PETS(7387); Kiki III - 3 yr orange and white male, quiet, affectionate, loves his tummy sratched - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); Kit Kat - grey and white tabby full of personality, affectionate - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); Kitten! 5 month old orange male - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); Kittens galore!! Grey, orange, seal-point siamese mix - you name it! Spayed/neutered & vaccinated. Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); Nala - Black & white declawed female, total sweetheart, 9 yrs - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387);

Sunny - Quiet, laid back 10 year old boy who does great with other cats - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387);

Pets - Dogs Located at

313 Chambers Ave Unit F in Eagle. Business Hours are Tuesday Friday 10-5 and Saturday 9-2. 970-328-7355

RV Storage RV/Contractor/Land/Irri gated Storage low rates.390.6970

Annabelle is a 6 year old Bichon Frise. Easy going and delightful. Loves everyone and is very social. Just a joy. Application at then call 970-379-4606.

Am. Staffie mix - Sadie is 4 years old ,sweet, Well mannered in the house. Loves kids, hikes and bike rides. No cats. Application at then call 970-379-4606.

Hi, I'm a Boxer/mix name of Nesa. I'm a 3 yr. old sp.fem. I'm a quiet mellow girl who gets along with everyone. I like to lay in the sun and play with my shelter mates. Call 970-629-1926 or 970-629-3865. Rangely Animal Shelter. Husky - "Klondike" - 8 yrs, very soft, good w/ cats, dogs, and older kids, sweet boy Colorado Animal Rescue - 970-947-9173. Jack Russell Terrier "Levi" - purebred extra small puppy-looking boy who is as cute as can be! - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood 970-947-9173

Baby Border Collie x George is approx. 12 weeks old and ready to go to his new home. MR. Personality this one is!!. Ask/Apply: 970-274-1690 Basset Hound/Pitbull mix - "Jazzy" - 4 yr girl, loves to play tug of war, funny looks and personality! - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173 Border Collie mixes "Gemi & Bobo" friendly, 5 yr happy siblings looking for home together Colorado Animal Rescue i n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173 Boston Terrier mix "Major" - adult male, come check out this unique looking little guy for yourself! - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood- 970-947-9173 Boxer - "Kennedy" sweet 5 yr girl whose owner passed away, loves people - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173 Cattle dog - "Gamble" 1 yr male, all white w blue eyes, intelligent, deaf and looking for a special home - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173 Chihuahua - "Ellie" - 2 yr old full of personality! Fostered with dogs of all sizes & cats - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-280-5738; Chihuahua - "Matthew" - senior fellow, favorite hobbies are sleeping and eating! - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173

Peeka & Boo - 2 best friends looking for a home together... 1 calls, the other comes running! - Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-328-PETS(7387); See the EAGLE VALLEY HUMANE SOCIETY's adoptable cats at our adoption room at Wags & Whiskers in Eagle or go to PETFINDER.COM.

Pets - Dogs



Pets - Dogs

Heeler mix - "Newman" young boy looking for his new fun home! Colorado Animal Rescue - 970-947-9173

Titleist 9.5 Driver, S-Flex Titleist $40 Avon Used condition. Jason 970-331-1591


Bowflex Blaze Home Gym-Complete with Rowing attachment $400/OBO Eagle Excellent condition. John 970-328-1758

Pets - Dogs





Chihuahua/Terrier/mix name of Mozart. Mozart is a yr. old n.m. What a cutie he is. He dances for treats. He would love to be your lap dog. Hes in a foster home waiting for you. 970-629-1926 or 970-629-3865. Rangely Animal Shelter.

Kylie is a 1 year old herding dog mix. Loves to cuddle. Good with dogs and kids. Mellow and does not herd. Email klassikritters@comcast. net. Lab/Husky/Pyrenees mix - Lucas - 1 yr active boy, will love to have fun in the great outdoors with you! Good w/ other dogs - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood 970-947-9173

Labradoodles. All colors, low - non shed. Great f a m i l y p e t s . . www.1-labradoodle-bre Reserve yours today 970-240-4652

Havanese Pups, AKC, Rare, M & F, $1200.00 & Up, Ph. (719) 375-1965

Pitbull/mix name of Gussie. Gussie is a 3 yr. old n.m. Gussie is a special guy. His foster parents love him but want him to find his own special family. He loves everyone and is waiting for you to call and adopt him. Call 970-629-1926 or 970-629-3865 Rangely Animal Shelter. Pitbull - "Sprocket" beautiful blue male, great tempermant, will make a fun companion Colorado Animal Rescue I n G l e n w o o d 970-947-9173 Pointer mix - Meet Butch! Active young adult will make fun running/hiking buddy! Great w/ other dogs Eagle Valley Humane Society - 970-280-5738; Rottweiler - "Cavalara" handsome, sweet young adult male. Quite the ham! - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood 970-947-9173 Rottweiler/Shepherd mix - "Maxwell" - 10 yr big boy, loves laying in the sunshine, looking for nice family to retire with - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood 970-947-9173 Shepherd/Lab Mix - Moe - 3 yrs, good with dogs, would do best in a home where she can be w/ her person a lot - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood - 970-947-9173 View pics of the Eagle Valley Humane Society's dogs in the online classifieds,, or!

Labrador Retriever name of Columbo. He is a 3 yr. old n.m. He is a very happy guy living in a foster home. Full of energy and gets along with everyone. Call 970-629-3865 or 970-629-1926. Rangely Animal Shelter.

Lab - Steele - 11 yr F sweetie w/ lots of life and love to give! Great w/ dogs & cats, calm inside, playful outside Eagle Valley Humane Society - 970-401-0423;

Chocolate Lab - "Moose" - 8 year old boy, loves the outdoors and to play fetch, good w/ dogs & cats - Colorado Animal Rescue in Glenwood 970-947-9173 English Pointer/Lab/Pit mix - "Tamari" - nice loyal girl, likes to play w/ some dogs, great w/ kids, fav game is fetch Colorado Animal Rescue - 970-947-9173.

Noah is a young 8 year old pug mix. He s a mellow, friendly guy. Loves dogs, kids and to cuddle. Cute underbite. Application at then call 970-379-4606.

Lilly is a 2 year old German Shepherd. Prefers women and no kids. Loves other dogs, hiking and good on leash. Very loyal and sweet. Application at Love dogs, but not the right time to own or get another? FOSTER! (All our dogs kept in foster.) Eagle Valley Humane Society 970-280-5738;

Whippet/mix name of Tommy. He is a year old n.m. He is a lover and would like to be your lap dog. Very nice guy in need of a new family. Call 970-629-3865 or 970-629-1926. Rangely Animal Shelter.

Pet Supplies/ Services Dog Bath Tub $140. Eagle, Like new condition. 970-393-2608 Dog Grooming Hydrolic Table $150 Eagle, Like new condition. 970-393-2608 Pet Gate, brushed stainless steel look. expands to 55". 3 pieces: 1@26", 2@9.5", lengthen with side screws. $48.00 Use on stairwell or doorway.Avon Used condition. Kathy 970-748-0543 Pet Salon Holding Cages $140 ea Eagle, Good condition. 970-393-2608 Visit to search for adoptable dogs by breed and zipcode! See pics & a most up to date list of the Eagle Valley Humane Society's dogs.


Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Livestock Supplies & Services





Lost Billabong Purse Avon Catherine 331-0386 Car Keys lost on Mothers Day on Avon to Edwards bike trail. Reward 954-336-9026

Call Classifieds. 845-9937 Lost iphone Homestead area. Green case. Call 970-328-1107

2004 Two Horse Bumper Pull Ponderosa Trailer 2995.00 Located in Edwards Great little horse trailer, easy to pull, Good condition. 970-904-5920 Does your horse need special care? KGK Horseshoeing and Hoof Trimming. 970-485-1367.

Lost MTB front wheel near Edwards on I 70 5/12/12 970-376-2761 men's wedding band lost Walcott bouldering/ picnic area 4/4/12 please call ! Brandon (704)560-9169

Found Fisherman's wading boots at Climbing Rock campground -Wolcott. Call to describe. 970-390-3166.

Convenient pasture boarding. BLM. Eagle $145/mth 390-6970 Horse boarding Eagle, Arena, Pastures, Paddocks, Shelters, Trails, 970-390-8981 Horse Boarding in Eagle: Indoor arena, outdoor area, full care. Owner on site. Feed twice a day (Hay/grain) pasture turnout. 970-376-0103

Horse Boarding: Near Rifle Super high quality hay 2x per day, small exercise arena. Grain /supplements and other extras available. Immediate availability for 1 or 2 geldings, $135/mo in summer, Sorry no

970-625-2505 Mares. Salt Creek Ranch Horses for sale & 3 Stallions at stud, APHA & AQHA. 970-328-3878

Shopping habits. Unlike any other medium, shoppers seek out advertising in newspapers to help them make their buying decisions. To advertise real estate, merchandise, autos and more, please call 866-850-9937 or e-mail classifieds@


Horses & Mules

Hire Me 24 yrs experience as a live in caregiver. References upon request. m or 970-404-0650 Award-winning, nationally syndicated writer based in Aspen, Colo., available to assist in the process of creating, editing and fine-tuning college, law and graduate school essays, expository and creative writing papers, books, memoirs, business plans, resumes, website and brochure copy, speeches, toasts, wedding vows, tributes and other types of writing projects. Can work in person (in Aspen) or remotely. Call 970-319-7031 or e-mail for rates and to schedule a consultation. Bookkeeper Quickbooks certified A/P & A/R payroll Personal assistant contact 970-471-0843

Health Care

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Digital Media.


Established personal chef with extensive restaurant background and culinary expertise seeks employment opportunities. Local references available. Please contact me at 970-471-1187. MATH TUTOR Does your child need help with Math? Hire me to help. I am certified for K-8 Math. Available evenings and some weekends. Give me a call. Daryn Arnold 970-524-0657 OR 970-688-0366

Call today to get your ad placed in the Classifieds. 845-9937

Need a load of Gravel or Dirt?

Digital Editor

The Steadman Clinic is seeking a Registered Nurse for a busy orthopedic practice. Responsibilities include Triaging patients for clinic scheduling, clinical patient care, post-op follow up and patient/family education. Pre/post op counseling, preoperative examination, surgery scheduling and ordering and coordination of equipment. Previous experience in ortho preferred. Strong communication/phone skills required. Salary based on experience. Excellent benefit package. Please email resume to


Call JF Trucking We have competitive rates. 970-401-0059

Accounting Purchasing Manager Corporate headquarters is seeking a professional Purchasing Manager. Candidates should have 3 to 5 years of direct purchasing experience. For information on how to apply email

Building Services Technician Fire Sprinkler and Fire Extinguisher service technician. Must have certifications & clean MVR. E-mail resume to

Needed 1-2 days per wk, own car and cell phone, $13.50 per hr. Eagle Area


Drivers/Transportation Bus Drivers

Bus Drivers The Town of Vail is seeking expressions of interest for Bus Drivers for ski season 2012/13 For info & to apply visit Driver.

Colorado Mountain News Media is seeking a driver with commercial driving experience, no CDL required. Evening shift hours starting at 10pm, 3-4 nights per week. with opportunity to gain full-time employment. Routes will vary based upon production schedule. Must have good, safe driving record and attention to detail. Interested candidates should contact David Hakes at, fax resume to 970-328-6409, or submit application at 200 Lindbergh Drive, Gypsum, CO. Drug free / Equal Opportunity Employer.

Great Career Opportunities are currently available at the Vail Cascade, and Aria Club & Spa. We are currently looking for: IT Director Risk Management Painter Line Cook Banquet Cook Aria Club Front Desk Agent Male Locker Room Attndt Massage Therapist Spin Instructor Tennis Pro Servers Cocktail/Poolside Servers Room Service Servers Room Service Captain Greeters Bussers HVAC Technician Reservation Sales Associate Year round positions will be eligible for our generous benefits package.

To apply please visit: EOE

Banquet Manager, Restaurant Manager, Chef de Cuisine Banquet Manager, Restaurant Manager, Chef de Cuisine at Reynolds Plantation in GA. Full-time positions with full benefits. Go to www.reynoldsplantation .com to review positions and apply online. At the b o t t o m o f t h e homepage, click careers. Contact Christy Steverson 706-467-1269 or csteverson@reynoldspla, 1000 Vista Drive, Suite 102 Greensboro GA.

Now Hiring for Summer Seasonal Positions Application accepted from 10-2 on May 22nd, 23rd, 24th, 29th and 30th. Guest Service: Front Desk Agent, Bell, Valet, Concierge, PBX, Night Audit/Security Spa: Esthetician, Nail Technician, Spa Attendant Food & Beverage: Server, Greeter, Busser Reservations: Reservations Agent




Cordillera Valley Club -Front of House Staff -Back of House Staff Please email resume to

Front Desk Agent Front Desk Agent Eagle Lodge & Suites Full-time Reservations, Check In/Out, Flexible Shifts, Night Audit Amy 970-328-6316 Eagle CO

Finance: Assistant Director of Finance All offers of employment will be contingent upon the satisfactory completion of a drug test (to help ensure a drug-free environment) and a background check. The Viceroy Snowmass is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Newspapers get good grades. 85 percent of adults who have done post-graduate work or who have advanced degrees read a print newspaper or visited a newspaper Web site in an average week.

If interested, send your resume to

Place your classified ad online at 3am while the rest of the world sleeps! Sales/Marketing.

Advertising Sales Multiple Positions.

Front Desk Agent The Christiania at Vail is looking for a PM Front Desk Agent.The shifts are from 3pm-11pm, this is a full time position. Come and join our friendly staff! Please apply in person or send your Resume to

Are you passionate about digital content, social media and audience development? Are you interested in the dynamic, challenging world of online news and information? If so, this is your chance to join a cutting edge group of digital devotees changing the way our company publishes digital content. Swift Digital - the digital arm of news-media company Swift Communications - is hiring a Digital Editor for our Greeley/Windsorbased news and information website. The Digital Editor is responsible for ensuring that the home and section pages of our websites reflect the best content available and that they are in synch with audience interest. This person also has primary responsibility for setting and sharing standards for engaging users and sharing content across social media platforms and maintaining the front-facing social media accounts for Swift Digital. As part of this function, this person must be aware of, inform when possible, and follow the latest best practices set by the Swift Digital Centralized Content Team. The Digital Editor leverages content and audience metrics to inform website updates and tracks trends relative to Search-Engine Optimization (SEO) and Social-Media Optimization (SMO), and communicate them in a timely fashion to local markets to allow for quick execution.

East West Resorts is currently looking for positions: •General Manager at the Westin Riverfront •Houseperson •Overnight Service Express Runner •Pool Attendant •Public Areas Attendant •Housekeepers •Nail Technician •Spa/Fitness Concierge And More! Please go to our website to apply:

www.eastwestresortsjobs. com

Multiple Positions.

The Vail Daily has an immediate opening for an Advertising Sales Account Manager. Prefer at least 2 years of sales experience and knowledge of media advertising, but will provide training to the right candidate. Account managers assist clients in an assigned territory, develop sales proposals, and conduct client needs analysis. Must be detail oriented, possess strong problem solving skills, and have the ability to meet daily deadlines. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package that includes paid time off, medical/dental/vision insurance, and 401k. If interested, please provide cover letter, resume and salary requirements to

Front Desk H o t e l G a s t h o f Gramshammer a 39 room hotel in Vail Village is looking for hotel front desk agent. Min. 2 yrs hotel experience required.Send resume to

• Bully Ranch Line Cook •Front Desk Agent •Ludwig’s AM Host/ Hostess •Ludwig’s AM Server • Pro Shop Guest Services Apply online at htps://sonnenalpjobs.i or in person at 20 Vail Road, Vail, CO 81657


Other SHOEMAKER YEAR-ROUND WORK @ – Full-time job in Eagle, for experienced shoemaker, pedorthist, shoe repair guru or train craftsman with staying power. Contact or 970-328-6870.

Restaurant/ Clubs

PT seek i n g e n e r g e t i c open minded individual for receptionist duties, office tasks as assigned, and errands. 2 Yr. degree req. fax resume 970-926-8710 ref. req. Paralegal Boutique litigation firm in Summit County, CO. Is looking for seasoned paralegal. Minimum 5 years of experience. Trial experience preferable. Competitive salary and benefits package. Please send resumes to:


Restaurant/ Clubs Multiple Positions.

is currently accepting applications for the following position: • Balata Steward • Balata Server • Balata Pool Server • Balata Host • Balata Expeditors Apply online at https://sonnenalpjobs. or in person at 20 Vail Road, Vail, CO 81657

Chef de Cuisine We are seeking a highly motivated Chef de Cuisine for The Metropolitan tapas and wine bar in Beaver Creek. All candidates must be VERY passionate about food and have an understanding of current culinary trends. In addition, qualified candidates must understand the importance of plate presentation and also demonstrate their skills prior to to being made any offers. The restaurant is very small, but part of a very large organization. This is a working chef position, meaning you will be required to be on line most of the time. You will work closely with the Corporate Chef, Director of Operations and Operations Manager. Please email resume Chef/kitchen manager Established restaurant group is seeking a chef/kitchen manager to oversee multiple outlets. Initially, you will be required to oversee 2 restaurants.

Retail Sales Associates. Year around retail sales positions. Experience preferred. Outgoing & customer service skills required. Apply in person Vail Boot and Shoe 100 E. Meadow Dr., Vail Village or 175 Main Street at Riverwalk in Edwards. Email resume to: Sales & Management Valleygirl Boutique Asst. Manager, Sales positions for new Edwards location. FT/PT & summer season. Energetic attitude, l e a d e r s h i p , & multitasking skills req'd. Previous sales exp pref. Deliver resume to Avon location or e-mail sandy@valleygirlboutiqu

Seasonal Camp Counselor Camp Counselor Anderson Camps Outdoor Adventures w/ Kids. $ neg+ rm/brd (970)524-7766

Responsibilities • Procurement of all food and disposables • Training and motivating BOH staff • Hiring and team development • Maintaining food and labor costs at or below budget • Ensuring ALL FOOD is made consistently to company specifications and of the highest quality You will work closely with the Corporate Chef, Director of Operations and Operational Managers. What we really need is a leader who will pay attention to detail and train their staff on a daily basis. A general understanding of cost control as it pertains to Food and Labor is essential. Eagle-Vail Golf Club Now hiring f/t and p/t positions for the summer season in the F&B department. Bartending and cooking experience needed. Send cover letter and resume to

Call Classifieds. 845-9937

Sled Dog Tour Guide Dogsled Guide / Van Driver - Winterhawk 719.486.1336. Summer cart tours. Valid DL.

Trades/ Construction Carpet/Tile/Upholstry Cleaners

Now accepting applications for a FT position in: • Carpet/Tile/ Upholstery Cleaners Requires background check, drug-screen, and DMV check. Please apply in person at 41184 Hwy 6 in Eagle-Vail.

Hoarders be gone. Advertise your cleaning business in the Service Directory. Always in print and online. Classifieds@

Directv Satellite Installers

Office/Clerical Office Assistant

The Sonnenalp Resort of Vail is currently accepting applications for the following positions available immediately:


Is accepting resumes for the following positions:

* Sous Chef *Line Cooks

Please email resume or apply in person between 2 & 4pm Contact Chef Paul or Chef Oliver Send resumes to 122 E. Meadow Dr. Vail Line Cook. Now hiring experienced line cooks.Call 970-845-7681 or email

Installers Needed, must have own truck/van, tools & certifications. 1099 positions. Work is l o c a t e d f r o m Vail-Gypsum. AV Techs apply. 70/15. Nelson 720-366-5701

Call Classifieds. 845-9937 Utility Construction Foreman CableTV/telecom exp a plus. DL reqd, CDLA pref. Must pass background check & UA. Call Tony 303-918-9292 .

Rentals Housing Wanted Mature married professional couple (NS) need 6mo-1yr lease on 2BD, 2BA, Townhome, duplex, single family home. Possibly a caretakers cottage. Must accept well behaved show dogs. Mostly weekend use. 303-582-3432

Rentals Avon Buffalo Ridge Apartments Studios - $729.00 1BDRS - $900.00 2BDRS - $1120.00 Summer SpecialsNo application Fee & $500.00 Security Deposit

Call 970-949-1285 for details

1 & 2 BD. Westlake starting at $1000mo near bus, school, BC. NP. 970-390-2307

1 bedroom, 1 bath, lots of storage, w/d, N/S, granite counters wood floors for $1100/mo + elec. Call Debbie 970-390-2798 to see 1 br/1ba Very nice Westlake 900/mo +sec storage & cable incl. NP Avail 6/1: 303-818-7387



Rentals Avon

Rentals Eagle

Rentals Eagle Vail

3 BD 3 BA Seasons at Avon Condo. Top floor with great views, close to everything. Flexible terms. $1950/mo. 970.471.2661

Washington Park 3C: AVAIL JUNE. 1 parking space, 2 level 2b/1.5b TH. Storage. UF. pet neg.NS.WD.Yrs lease. $1300/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at for pictures and info.

1 Room furn. Cabin, over water, sleeps 4 includes boat slip, Memorial Day thru Labor Day $12,000 for the season. Have email photo file. 970-390-0070

3 BD + den, 2.5 BA, 2 car garage, lots of storage, no pet dogs, NS, W/D, $1725/mos, Discount for longer lease.

3 BD 2 BA Unfurnished. 1500 Condo/Duplex/Townhou se Available 6/1, walk to Eagle Community Pool and close to Eagle Ranch Shops & Restaurants. FP, W/D, borders best mtn biking trail in Eagle County. 1-car garage. Pets allowed with approval. 1450.00 Security deposit. 1 year lease. 970-445-0831 Eagle Brush Creek Eagle CO

4BD 3BA 2 living areas. Beautifully Furn! Great Views! May 1- Nov. 1 $3200/mo. 713-927-8893

Apartment Rentals starting at â&#x20AC;˘2 BRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $900.00 â&#x20AC;˘3 BRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s $1066.00 Ask about FREE RENT!!


Intere$ted in le$$ ha$$le and more INCOME? Bold Real Estate Solutions. Professional, Competitive, Dedicated & Proven Property Management and Real Estate Services. Call Julian at (970)949-6070 or visit Lift View 2BD unfurn. Top floor, year lease, NS, NP, $1200 + utils. Havlick Management Kathy 970-376-7225 Lock-off studio w/ kitchenette, $850/ mo includes utils. NS/NP. 720-252-7016 Ski Vistas B1: AVAIL JUNE. 2 car garage, 3 level end unit TH. Views. Storage. UF. pet neg.NS.WD.Yrs lease. $1700/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at for pictures and info. Sunridge I204 2b/2b new paint/carpet $1300/mo+ or Sunridge H103 ground-level,2b/2b $1200+. UF.WD.NP. NS. Yrs lease. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at for pictures and info Sunridge M103: AVAIL JUNE. 2bd/2ba, sunny, remodeled, ground-level condo. UF. pet neg.NS.WD.Yrs lease. $1300/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals Sunriver Studio furn., pool/hot tub. UG prkg, $900+utils. NS, NP, Havlik Management Kathy 970-376-7225

Roommates Avon 1BD/1BA in 2BD/2BA apartment, $710/mo+ half utili + dep NP/NS 970-376-6537

2BD/2BA-Chapel S. Furn. Avail immed, 6-12 mo lease. Garage, W/D, NP. $1,600/mo. inc. heat. Prudential 970-476-3800 2BD/2BA, Avail. 6/1 W/D, D/W, Garage, NS Pet nego. $1500/mo. utils incl. 720-530-7967 2BD 2BA Semi-Furn. Very Clean. W/D. bus route, FP, pets ? $1400 /mo. utils incl. 970-471-4541 2BD/2BA, Sunridge, unfurn, FP, on bus, WD $1100/mo. VPSM 970-926-5252 2 BD/2 BA, Sunridge unit, $1200/mth. No Pets. Avail 6/1, Call Kevin at 970-376-7434. BEAVER CREEK 2BD 3BA SKI IN/OUT Furn, KIVA Apts, Incl utils, cable, 1 car, FP, pool, hot tub, sauna. $2200/mo. 12mo+dep, Short term rates available.

3BD/2BA, Lift View! Unfurn. NS/NP. $1500/m Year lease/neg. Call Joe: 970-390-2241 3BD/3BA Avon Villas, $1500/mo for summer lease. $1850/mo for year lease. Furnished, NS/NP Call Darrel at VMRE 970-949-6349 3BD/3BA Fully Furn w/maid service @ Avon Lake Villas, walk to lake & rec. ctr, FP, outdoor pool, hot tub & tennis courts. $1875/mo. Call 303-522-5897

Tuesday, May 15, 2012 Grand Lake Rentals & Roommates

EAGLE VILLAS APARTMENT call for details 970-328-0104

Eagle Ranch, 1bd/1ba, W/D, hrdwd flrs, vaulted ceilings, sunny, views, deck, garage N/P, N/S, Util incl, dep 1,200/mo 328-0220 Like new 4 BD 3 1/2 BA 2500 sq. ft, Unfurnished Townhouse 1-car garage. No Pets. No smoking. $ 2,100/mo. 1 year lease, Security Deposit. 970-948-5400 Eagle Ranch Sylvan Lake Road Eagle CO

Rentals Eagle Vail 2 BD 1 BA Unfurnished. apart. bus route eaglevail N/P N/S W/D $1,150 first last $700 damage 970-331-6922 2BD/2BA- Mtn Stream Unfurnished. Availfor years lease. W/D, NP. $1,200/mo. Prudential: 970-476-3800

3/3+ LOFT DUPLEX Furn 1-car gar Pets OK $2500 Avail 5/1 214-886-7580 3BD/2.5BA Stonecreek Meadows Condo, 1car gar., NP/NS W/D $1900 incl.util. 970-376-1033 3 BD 2 BA Furnished. Condo/Duplex/Townhou se Washer/Dryer. Pets allowed with approval. No smoking. 1899.00 970-390-8731 Eagle Vail 853 Deer Blvd Avon CO

1BD avail, full(upscale) furn, 5 bus routes, close to everything/BC/Ritz, WiFi $650 (970)471-5610

Wildridge 1BD, private bath, NS/NP, WiFi, Cable TV, No bus service, $550/mo. Summer Rate

3 BD 2 BA Twnhm No P NS $1650 1st,last&sec 1 yr 970-471-0420 EV,FP, W/D Decks, on GC, Clean 3 BD 2 BA Unfurnished Duplex,1-car garage. Pets allowed with approval. No smoking. $1800.00 970-376-4297 Eagle Vail 820 Deer Blvd east1/2 Avon CO


4BD 4BA 2 car garg. NP NS , Deck, views, by Eagle Vail pool. $2600 Mo. Avil. 06/01 720-273-5591

ROOM FOR RENT Own Floor: Bed & Bath. W/D, Dishwasher, Microwave, Fully Furn. $800- all included. George: 970-471-1668

4BD/4BA Twnhm Eagle-Vail w/2 car gar. NP/NS, W/D $2100 970-331-1569

Rentals Eagle 1bd/1bth cabin $850/mo (970)390-7124 or 2BD, 2BA apt includes utilities $995.00/m. Stud i o a p t incl.util. $599.00/m 970-390-1898 3 BD 3 BA, 1800 sf townhouse, walk to downtown, 1-car garage, NP/NS, W/D $1450/ month, 720-219-2913 for Darrel

Mt Terrace 4B:AVAIL JUNE. 1 car unattached garage, 3bd/2.5ba, 3 level TH in good condition. UF. pet neg.NS.WD.Yrs lease. $1800/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals Washington Park 3A: AVAIL JUNE. 2 cars max, 3 level 3+b/2.5ba TH. Storage. UF. NP.NS.WD.Yrs lease. $1900/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at for pictures and info.

Wood , 4 bedroom, 2 living rooms, 2 baths, designer furn., wood FP, w/d, deck, on golf course, 1 car garage, $2,650.00, 970-331-6441

Rentals Edwards 1BD+/1BA Lock off. Garage, pets ok. NS, fenced yard, $1000 mo+utils last/dep 970-390-7104 1BD large w loft, excellent view, WD, $1150/mo. includes utils. NS, NP, on bus route , walk to schools 970-904-1929

1BD large w loft, excellent view, WD, $1150/mo. includes utils. NS, NP, on bus route , walk to schools


2300 sq ft single family home , three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Wood floors, great home Pets allowed with approval. No smoking. $2650.+ Util. a month Security deposit. 1 year lease. 720-839-4651, Homestead Dr. Edwards CO 2Bd 2Ba Condo W/D, LG Deck, Pool & Hot Tub, NS, NP. Garage. Bret Ranch $1500/Mo. +Deposit 970-376-6449

Rentals Gypsum 1BD, 1BA, Secluded lock off on River. FP. $800 + utils. Pet nego/ lease. NS. Mike 376-0687

3 BD 2 BA new cabin on 12 acres in Wolcott, 2 mi to I-70, 1-car gar, w/d, NS, $2100, 970-389-6254 4 bed, SF, Homestead, 4.5 bath, UF, amazing Castle Peak views, high-end kitchen, hot tub, FP, office/game room, 3 car garage, $3,250/mo., 970-331-6441 5 bedroom, Lake Creek, SF, breathtaking views with amazing decks, porch swing, 3 bath, UF, fenced yard, FP, free wildlife, 2 car garage, $3,000/mo. 970-331-6441 6 bedroom, Cordillera Valley Club luxury living, high-end, furnished, amazing views, private gated, 3 car garage, $5,000/mo. 970-331-6441 Riverwalk- 2bd/1ba, furn. NP/NS, on bus route, Parking $1200/mo, 970-376-0088

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2 BEDROOM/1 BATH $1111 Available NOW! Pets Welcome! 970-479-8200 2BR/1BA W Vail. On bus. W/D, pets nego, $1600/mo, incl. utilities. 970-748-6448

2BD/2BA Condo, W/D, balcony, covered parking, NS/NP. $1100/mo + utils. (970) 376-2980 3BD/3BA TH 1-car garage. A/C,W/D. Gas fireplace, hardwood, NP, NS. Walk to ECO. $1,350+util. 1st/Last 1st mth 1/2 off. Security Dep. Call 970-977-0067 4BD/3BA, fenced yard, woodburning stove, 2 car garage. $1800/mo. NS, Pets ok. 390-8144 Near airport 1bdrm $750. 2 bdrm $999. Most pets ok. Call 970-688-1275 or

Sweetwater rental: 3BD/ 2BA, $1300/mo+utils., + deposit. 970-328-4340

Roommates Minturn 1 BD 1 BA $500 plus utils W/D NP NS in duplex on river great back yard 970-390-3074

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W Vail, Gore Creek, 3BD/ 2.5BA, SFH, now thru Nov nego., 2 decks, hot tub, 2 cargar, W/D, $2400/mo,


3BD/2.5BA West Vail Intermountain area. Carport. W/D Bus route. Spacious townhome. NS/NP Avail May 1. $1950/mo. Marybeth (970) 390-3913. 3BD/2BA apt. Inner Mtn. W/D, NS, no pet dogs. Unfurn. $2000/ mo 1st, last & Dept 970-390-0986 3BD/3BA Furn., End unit, PH, sunny, 2-car gar., 770 Potato Patch #12, wood FP, Hot Tub, summer Pool, NP/NS, W/D, 1st, last, damage + elec. $2800 summer/$3200 winter 970-390-0070 3BD/3BA furn, pool, HT, FP, NP, NS, avail 4/1 to 12/1. $1800/mth+. 303-725-2834

Avail. Now! 3BD 1.5BA Sweetwater Unfurn. SF. $1200/mo. Deposit req. 970-390-8702

Red Cliff Rentals & Roommates 2 BD 2 BA Unfurnished with Pool, No Pets. No smoking. $1350.00, 1 yr lease. 970 331-1936 Available Now!

Rentals Vail 2BD/2BA on creek, Sandstone WD, FP, bus route or walk to town. NS NP $1800/mo. Yr. Lease,furn. 303-810-1030

1BD/1BA Lock off efficiency apt in new home overlooking Eagle river NS. $675 970-827-4038

3BD/3BA Sandstone townhouse, remodeled, furn. W/D, $2600/mo yr. lease includes heat/ hot water/ cable/pool. Avil. 6/1 Kelly 970-306-9971 3 BEDROOM/2 BATH $1,800 Available June 6-12 month leases Pet Friendly On TOV Bus Route 970-479-8200

2BD/1BA, Single Family, Pets OK, No Smoking, Parking, Wood Stove, $1,200 Mo. 970-331-6042

4BD/2BA Furn Large Roomy nice West Vail Free W/D, Cable,Web, $2380 mo 303-898-0912

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Altair Condo #210: AVAIL JUNE. 2-level 2b/2b.UF. NP.NS.WD. On busline. Yrs lease. $1300/mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at for pictures and info.

1, 2, & 3BD condos- Lionshead area.Fully Furn, util incl, Monthly or longer rentals.Starting at $1000/mo. through Nov. 2012. 970-476-0900

1 BD, 1 BA, Furn. Condo Jun. 1 -Nov. 30 Parking 937-925-0343 $900/mo. www.VRBO.COM/20962

1BD/1BA Sandstone Nice! Brooktree condo near creek & bus. NS/NP. $1100/mo+utils. 1 yr lease. 1st/last+sec. 970-479-9833 1 BD 1 BA Unfurn. 700 sq ft Homestake Condo 1081 Vail View Dr. VAIL. No Pets. $1150 mo.Util inc. Deposit req. 1yr lease. 720-837-5942 m 1BD E. Vail furn. condo $1350/mo. includes util, cable, pool, club. Jim 303-886-2566 1 BEDROOM/1 BATH $932/mo. Pets Welcome On TOV and ECO Routes 6-12 month Leases 970-479-8200 2 Bd/1Ba Condo in Sandstone area Large 2B D / 1 B A F u r nished top floor, bus stop, includes utils. NP $1600/Mo. (303)669-9425 2BD/2BA East Vail Condo.W/D. FP. Deck. Avail. May 15. $1750 612-991-1338 2BD/2BA Millrace, 1 car gar, hot tub/sauna, walk to lift, NP/NS, $3700/mo. +utils. 303-956-5292

Bald Mt 7: AVAIL JUNE Furn. End unit TH. 2 car garage. 3bd/2.5ba great condition.NP.NS.WD. Near busline. Yrs lease. $2200mo+. Call BOLD RE (970)949-6070 or click Rentals at for pictures and info. I can find you a place to live long or short term anywhere in Eagle County. 970-476-7378 L.M.P. Studio $614/m & 1 Bedrooms $676/m, extremely clean, NS, NP, 1st, last, security, Call 970-390-4930 Studio $725-$877 Avail. June Pets Welcome! On TOV Bus Route 970-479-8200 Studio $800/mth up to 6 mths 2bdrm $1600mth 12mths or $1300/mth for 6 mths 970 479 2858 Vail 1 BD, 2 BA Remodeled, great deck, parking, some util, WD/NP/NS. $1,300/Mo. Year lease. 303-543-9177

Roommates Vail 2 Rooms available Intermountain NS/NP, $600 per room includes ALL 970-331-9801 Own furnished, BD/BA, NS/NP, all amenities, $650/mo. inclds utils. Stan 970-390-6666 Roommate needed. 2bd/1ba Sandstone. N/S, N/P, W/D $800/mo. All inclusive 970-227-9070

Rentals Commercial/Retail 1326 sf retail space for lease in the Gore Creek Building in the Village in Vail. $50.00 sf + NNN. C a l l L i n d a @ 970-376-1553. 1661 st retail space for lease in the Gore Creek Plaza, next to sweet basil restaurant. $50.00 sf +NNN. Call Linda @ 970-376-1553


Hangar Space Available Rifle Airport. Still looking for light twin, small jet with possible partnership. Long-term, economic local rates. Call 970-948-1152 for quote. Avon Center. Over 400 sq.ft. priv. office, reception, storage, bathrm, internet, a/c, utils. Ideal for mental health/professional. $21/s.f./year. Avail. 5/1 970-845-8059. Dowd Park Business Center in Eagle Vail store front and warehouse space avail. for rent. Call 970-949-4651 Eagle 330 Broadway Office or Retail. $395/mo. including utils. Waiting area, Les 970-376-0076 Eagle/Gypsum 1200-5000 SQFT. 1200 SQFT restaurant space with drive-through. Turn Key. Competitively priced. 970-977-0483



Rentals Office Space 160-1280 sf. Business & professional offices & penthouse available starting at $22/sf includes NNN W Vail 970-476-0300 email 1st floor retail spaces: 900 sq ft: $1800 + utilities & CAM 2nd floor office spaces: 640 sq ft: $1300 + CAM (utilities included) 748 sq ft: $1400 + CAM (utilities included) 843 sq ft: $1600 + CAM (utilities included)

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Class â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aâ&#x20AC;? Office Space & Executive Suite Option in Avon on River. 100-4000 sqft. Garage parking. 970-390-5302 Eagle Vail Office space. 700 sq. ft. Util. and Int. included. $700 970-948-0395

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RE Vail Gypsum Heated shop, fenced yard, up to six bays for lease, separate office building avail.2 spaces, 1200 sqft each. Starting at $850/ month. Call 303-517-0773 Rest/Cafe Opportunity in Avon. Easy access, Across from BC West lot 970-390-5302

Retail Space Available. Next to covered bridge in Beaver Creek! S/T Lease: 970.390.1105 Small warehouse space available for rent with garage bay access. Long or short term. Call 970-748-6963. Two Prime Restaurant Spaces Available at Chapel Square in Avon. End cap space is 4,310 sq ft with bonus outdoor patio. Second space is 7,130 sq ft, formerly Outback Steakhouse. Space includes all FF&E.Mike Pearson 970-476-4185

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Rare Arrowhead office space. Valuable base village parking included, village location, beautiful Lodge setting, ground floor, 5 rooms, updated decor and furnishing, below market. For Sale or Lease

Avon Center GREAT LOCATION; WALK TO THE SKI LIFT. UNDER GROUND PARKING; FROM 8 NNN; 3 MONTHS FREE RENT. Office, Sizes from 523 to 2,886 sq./ft.. Also available for sale starting from 69K for 2nd floor office space. Ask about shared in-suite option available for health care practitioners.

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Broker owned. Contact: Ramsey 970-331-3799 .



2400sqft of Endless Possibilities, with 2 ADA restrooms, 2 Overhead doors and an entrance on North & South side. HOA is only $2.25/sqft

32530 HWY 6 Comprised of two parcels, 2+/- acres each or a total of approximately 4.06 acres is this excellent development opportunity. Currently generating approximately $7,000-$9,000 in monthly income.


Call Scott Schlosser at 328-9519 Eagle Valley Realty

Call Debbie for more info 970-390-2798 KKS Property Management & Real Estate Sales Web ID: C29889

Downtown Grand Junction office building for sale or lease. One block from desirable Main St. 10,000+ sq.ft., lobby, conference rooms, storage and parking lot. Across from Federal Bldg. and City parking lot. REDUCED! $699,000 or Lease (call for terms) Dale Beede, CCIM 970-244-6615 John Duffy, Broker 970-244-6632 Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties,





Bank Owned Leased Investment Portfolio For Sale in Rifle, Co. Yielding a 17.1% Capitalization Rate 4 industrial buildings totaling 36,280 SF Leased to National Credit Companies

BANK OWNED 751 Second Street 4 bed/3.5 bath w/new paint & carpet, nicer finishes, main floor master & finished basement w/family room! Close to schools, parks, trails & easy access to I-70!

Price Reduced to $2,200,000 Contact Steve Serenyi, Colliers, 303.745.5800


Avon Center Professional medical office space. 4 treatment rooms, reception area with record storage. Long term lease in place potential 1031 exchange. Underground parking, elevator. Walking distance to Westin.


Motivated at $199,000

Valerie A. Valene, GRI, SFR, CDPE 970-471-1424 Prudential Colorado Properties

Matt Iverson & Kathy Iverson Slifer Smith & Frampton (970)569-2112 or (970)926-3000

Brand new construction 3 & 4 Bedroom Townhomes with “huge” discounts Brush Creek Village is the best deal in Eagle! Private subdivision with children’s playground and park adjacent to Eagle ice rink & pool. Basement units available

Now starting at just $299,000

John Purchase Wynton Homes Realty - 970-390-9943

Home on River - 14 Canyon Court

Comfortable solar home with storybook placement on the banks of the legendary Eagle River! Ideal southern exposure and awe inspiring views towards towering red sandstone cliffs, on over an acre site across from pastoral Diamond Star Ranch! The privacy and scenery are hard to match just about anywhere in Eagle County at this incredible price!


Dave Whitman 970-390-1229 Prudential Colorado Properties

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Call Scott Schlosser at 328-9519 Eagle Valley Realty


Ranch acreages Vail-Steamboat Corridor Pony Creek Ranch 755+/-acres with valuable water rights, irrigated hay meadows, springs, creeks, and trees. Wide open views of the Flattop Mountains/Wilderness. It is a very private hideaway with many beautiful building sites. $1,900,000. Upper Yampa Realty 970-846-8454


Lovely country home seeking a new family! Acreage, BLM, water, hills, views, peace. Children welcome! $995,000 970-328-3114 FSBO





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Beautiful 1.33 acre lot for sale by owner . Build your dream home on this gorgeous lot.Located at 1028 Hernage Creek Rd. The nearest schools are Brush Creek Elementary , Eagle Valley Middle School and Red Canyon High School. $285,000 Contact Greg (970)343-9710 or Jenny (970)948-3062 for more info. Reasonable offers will be considered. Brokers welcome. A perfect place to make your family dreams come true!

Ideal Location ... where prices are lower, where lifestyles are active, where homes have quality and value. Two bedrooms, two baths, upper level Model Open Daily

239 Elk Lane Rare opportunity to own a large 1.9 acre Duplex Lot adjacent to National Forest on a quiet cul-de-sac. This coveted parcel backs to the Eagle-Vail trail for convenient hiking & biking access.

Excellent culdesac location next to the Trout Pond park! This 4BR/3.5BA home offers great family living and is close to all of the amenities of Eagle Vail.

Starting at $275,000 62 Eagle Road One can get a 3-bedroom, 1-car garage home in Eagle-Vail starting at $275,000. Walking distance to county bus stop and desirable sunny southern exposure.

$219,500 Jenni Marquez (970)328-5057 Slifer Smith & Frampton Web ID: C25665

Price Reduced to $269,000 Matt Blake Ascent Sotheby's Realty 970-390-2692

Sondra Slappey Keller Williams Mountain Properties 970-376-8000


Steve Cardinale, Sr. (970) 845-3832 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Web ID: C33282

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OPEN HOUSE: Saturday 5/12 2:00-5:00 4417 Columbine Rd Overlooking Bighorn Creek in E Vail.Views, privacy and A+ Location, abundant sun. Sounds of creek in every room.3bed/4ba + garage, Turnkey Now Robert Schilling 970 390-0705 Gateway Land and Development RobFromVail@Earthlink.Net or www.RobSchilling.Com

101 Red Barn Single Family Home in Miller Ranch 4 BD, 3 BA, 2 car garage, finished basement, corner lot. Great location on Freedom Park with western views of Cordillera. Enjoy a large corner lot with a finished basement and many nice upgrades. Offered at $400,000 A photo tour may be found online at or call 328-8776 for more info.



113 Mill Loft C215 Condo in Miller Ranch 2 BD + Loft, 2 BA, top floor condo with south facing views.Full bath and walk-in closet in loft. Nice bathroom, kitchen and flooring upgrades.

113 Mill Loft D219 - Miller Ranch 2BD+Loft/2 Full baths Condo centrally located in the heart of Edwards. High ceilings, filled with light. Feels like a 3 BD including loft. Well-maintained w/new flooring in kitchen, entry & baths. Ready for a quick closing.

East Vail Duplex 2Bed 2 1/2 Ba 1500 sq ft. Nicely Estate furnished Great view of East vail cliffs FSBO Owner financing EHU No Association dues $468,000 Limited time offer. (970)367-2882 $468,000 970-376-2882 FSBO

Price Improved to $219,000 Visit for a photo tour and more info. Call today at 328-8776.


69 Marble G132 Ground floor condo in Miller Ranch 2 BD, 1 BA, assigned Carport with additional storage. High ceilings with lots of light and nice upgrades.


Offered at $165,000 For a photo tour or more info, visit or call 328-8776.




13 Mica - Miller Ranch 2 BD + office Duplex in Miller Ranch, 1 ½ BA, 1 Car Garage w unfinished basement. 1,536 sq. ft. on a premium location on Freedom Park.

25 Tames Creek 4 BD/3 ½ BA/2 Car Garage/Open space location/Finished Basement the includes 4th BD, living room w/Kitchenette & Full BA/Townhome located in Miller Ranch

41 Silver Single family home on bike path in Miller Ranch. 4 BD, 3 BA, 2 car garage, great location on bike path. A finished basement, new kitchen appliances, and flooring upgrades is a must see!

Price Improved to $269,000

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Offered for $379,000 For a photo tour or more info, visit or call 328-8776.





69 Marble H238 2 BD + loft, 2 BA condo in Miller Ranch Second floor living and views with many nice upgrades

74 Flat Top Duplex in Miller Ranch 2 BD,1 1/2 BA, 1 car garage, unfinished basement, fenced in backyard

For more information or an application, visit or call 328-8776. Photo tour available online.



HOMESTEAD - 91 Spring Creek Court

Lowest priced 3 bedroom in River Pines! Steps to Riverwalk and the Eagle River. 1,314 square feet, underground parking, great views. Great rental income or perfect for full time resident.

Call Centralized Showings 888-229-2208 or owner at 970.471.1750

Listed at $209,000


Josh Lautenberg 970-390-4127 Sonnenalp Real Estate



BEST VALUE AT IRONBRIDGE On the 17th green at Ironbridge. Large 6 Bd, 4 1/2 BH, 4700 SF, 3 level home built in 2008. Open floor plan with 2 car garage and massive basement with lots of storage. Perfect family home.

Charming single family home for sale in No Name, near Glenwood Springs. Half acre lot. Two bedrooms, plus loft, spiral staircase, gas fireplace, double-car garage. Borders Colorado River with great canyon views. Hiking and biking trails close by.


Raymi Goodman The Luxury Team @ Aspen Real Estate 970-379-4875

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Offered at $212,000

PRICE IMPROVED TO $165,000 - Condo with Carport For a photo tour or more info, visit Or call 328-8776.


Listed at $167,000

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Listed at $255,000 For more info, visit or call 328-8776. All buyers must be qualified and complete an application. Photo tour available online!

2828 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Custom home, 3 car garage, fenced back yard, backs up to open space, wildlife, secluded cul-de-sac, great neighborhood, many extras!

113 Mill Loft B107 113 Mill Loft B109 New listing within Miller Ranch! 2BD, 1 BA Condo in Miller Ranch Ground floor condo with 2 bedrooms and 1 A 2 BD, 1 BA condo affordably priced in bath. South-facing large outdoor patio Edwards. South facing views and plenty of with mature landscaping. sun in this ground floor condo with no stairs and a large fenced in patio area.


Call 970-947-5203

88 Marble Townhome in Miller Ranch 4 BD / 2 ½ BA / 2 Car Garage / Finished Basement includes 2 BD & 1 BA Flooring, paint, window coverings and cabinets upgrades throughout

Great 1 Bedroom in Riverwalk! 225 Main St.

Immaculate and spacious 1- bedroom, top-floor penthouse condominium (not deed restricted) with beautiful finishes throughout and vaulted ceilings. Includes a 1- car garage. $275,000

Price Improvement! $299,000

Dana Correia Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.845.3848 Web ID: C35191




RIVER PINES B108 Remodeled and bright 2BD/2BA condo. Large sunny deck, hard wood floors, moss rock fire place and much more.. Assigned heated underground parking. Just steps from river, bike path and all the entertainment of Edwards. Lowest Priced Condo in Complex

225 Main St #R201 Must See Beautiful Luxury 3Br/3Ba Condo with a Private 2 Car Garage, Tree Top Views, & Quiet Serenity from the Spacious Deck Overlooking The Bike Path and the Eagle River. Low Price--Reduced over 35%!

For more info, visit or call 328-8776.

Kris Bruce 970-376-6656 High Life Properties

Matt Blake Ascent Sotheby's Realty 970-390-2692

Why Pay Aspen/Vail Prices for Development Sites? Check this on Frisco Main Street 2 Blocks from Town Center Convenient to the West I-70 Exit High Traffic Flow • 2 Lots, 1.3 Acres Mixed-Use Zoning • Close to Restaurants, Shops • Central to Copper Mountain, Breckenridge and Keystone Price Significantly Reduced Call Ken Deshaies 970-262-7669




New home! Nice Price!

New Home with Warranty! Your family will love this new 3 bedroom home with 2 car garage, unfinished basement, large master bedroom, and more.


2 bedroom, 2bath Condo units with w/d, walk-in closet, covered parking, deck and great views…

REDUCED TO $599,000

Starting at $88,000

This 3 bedroom home features a 2 car garage, unfinished basement, attractive finishes and builder's warranty.

Debbie Darrough 970-390-2798 KKS Property Management & RE Sales

Call Bill with Vail Holm Brokers at 970 471 3333.

Only $239,900!

Priced at just $253,500

Call Bill with Vail Holm Brokers for more details at 970 471 3333.




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Recently remodeled Mobile Home featuring 2 BD, 2BA, wood burning fireplace, jet tub, great kitchen, all appliances including washer & dryer, swamp cooler, heat taped plumbing, 75% new heat efficiency windows, fenced lot, outside shed with power, outside hot & cold faucets.

Wow! Brand new 3 bedroom home with hand scraped hardwood, vaulted ceilings, fantastic finishes and amazing views!

484 Eagle River Street Located on the River in Minturn Charming, wonderfully restored and updated home overlooking a great fishing hole on the Eagle River in Minturn. Quiet gem on one of Minturn's best blocks.

Located in Minturn’s best block 494 Eagle River Street Classic mountain style and all the conveniences. Soak in the spa at the rivers edge.

NEW LISTING 850 Main Street Beautifully kept home on the Eagle River. Great family living spaces and high-end finishes. Potential to add a second home on this site.

Just $389,900. Call Bill with Vail Holm Brokers at 970 471 3333.

Pete Seibert Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390-1864 Web ID: C32990


$825,000 Pete Seibert Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.390.1864



Uniquely Private Pastoral Setting

91 Wildflower New construction 4 bed/5.5 bath, study, rec. room, beautiful finishes, 3 car garage, large deck w/ outdoor fireplace. Least expensive home in Red Sky.

Owner financing, low down payment, $30,000 or

$25,000 CASH Call 719-375-1738 up to 8:00 PM or email



This 3 BD, 2.5 BA Townhome in Moab has amazing views of the La Sal mountains and the beautiful red rock that Moab is renowned for. Has community pool and spa, tennis courts and pavillion. Act now for a great buy! $219,777.00 Danette Johnson 1-800-350-8601 (435) 259-7870

This special home has many upgrades throughout with beautiful views from every window. Fruit trees, small vineyard and irrigation water. 2/2, 1,200 sq ft + 400 sq ft basement + 200 sq ft studio/ office. This is a must see! Contact Bill $269,500 970-260-4731 FSBO




SF Singletree home perfect location. Back is Sonnenalp Golf course & park across the street. 4 BR 3 BA, 3 CAR GARAGE. Many Extras to make it extra special!

Kathy Olson Havlik Real Estate 970-949-0528 $485,000

$879,000 Lorraine Higgins 970-390-5942 Mountain Management



Pete Seibert (970)390-1864 Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate Web ID: C33606



Incredible homesite overlooking the 2nd green of the Fazio Course at Red Sky Ranch. You can also enjoy panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains from this .91 acre property.

$1,895,000 Suzi Apple 970-376-5417 Gateway Land and Development

Mac McDonald 970-390-4089 Keller Williams Mountain Properties



Play with a 60 Degree Wedge while you enjoy 360 Degree Views. Custom golf course lot on the 13th hole of the Norman Course at Red Sky Ranch. Enjoy views of Vail Mountain & the Rocky Mountains

Offered for $345,000

This Beautiful home has the Master on the main level. With an open floor plan, high ceilings, hard wood floors. FP in living room and a spacious kitchen with granite counter tops. Office with built in cabinets. Master Bath has a jetted tub and travertine stone. 3 Bedroom 3.5 bath and a bonus room upstairs to be used as a recreation room, library or an extra sleeping area. Oversized 2 car garage.

Manor Vail #103 Best Ski-In/Ski-Out Location in Town $2,190,000

Offered for $595,000

Mac McDonald 970-390-4089 Keller Williams Mountain Properties

Eustaquio Cortina 970-471-0626 Gateway Land and Development


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Unobstructed views to Beaver Creek, offering 4 bd 4 ba over 3000 sq ft, office space & 2 car garage. Beautiful high end finishes, multi level living & newer exterior create an ideal buying opportunity $725,000 Daniel Estrada High Life Properties 970-331-3477


40 ACRES - Just minutes from Vail. Build your dream home on this beautiful property! Spectacular views, zoned for horses and other animals. WELL in place!! Priced to sell. Purchased for $314,000 in 2007. NOW $129,000 Jana Trombetta/Trombetta Mountain Real Estate 970-390-1115 Jody Lindvall/Gateway Land & Development 970-390-2695

You won't find this much acreage at this price again! Two 50+ acre parcels adjacent to each other, one with pond. Phone & electric on each. Zoned for horses. Build primary home + secondary home + outbuildings. Gorgeous mt views. $240,000 & $250,000 Jody Lindvall, Broker 970-390-2695 Gateway Land & Development

If your loan amount is over $500,000 let me show you how I might be able to drastically lower your mortgage and Plus keep your property at the same time. This is not a Short Sale or Loan Modifica- Just a few cents more tion Program. Call today to learn more Jeff 970-926-5363


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GOLFER WHO IMPROVES HIS LIE MUST LEARN TO TELL THE TRUTH DEAR ABBY: One of my friends, "Max," cheats at golf. Otherwise he's witty, interesting and fun to be around. He moves his ball closer to the hole on the green and "improves" his lie when he thinks no one is looking. I have tried to overlook Max's transgressions, but others in our golf group talk and joke behind his back. How should I go about stopping the problem without stressing our friendship? -- FLORIDA GOLFER DEAR GOLFER: What you have described is considered a terrible breach of golf etiquette. What it shows about Max is a serious lack of ethics. Because you feel close to him, take him aside and tell him privately as a friend that it's time to knock off the cheating because the others are onto him, and he's making himself a laughingstock. DEAR ABBY: I have been part of a book club for almost 20 years. We began as a group of six teachers who wanted to share our friendship and love of reading. Over the years, members have come and gone, but five of the original group remains. We're now a group of nine. Our dilemma is that many of the women don't bother to read the monthly selection but still CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jamie-Lynn Sigler, 31; David Krumholtz, 34; George Brett, 59; Chazz Palminteri, 60. Happy Birthday: Ease into whatever you do carefully. Get a strong foothold before you let anyone know what you are trying to accomplish. Preparation will be critical if you want to reach your goals. Help will follow once you are in a position to negotiate the best deal possible with the most auspicious outcome. Your numbers are 2, 12, 16, 24, 32, 36, 44. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Forget about personal problems. Get involved in a project that interests you and you will have less time to worry about the things you can't change right now. The limitations you've been dealing with mustn't hold back your professional progress. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Your expertise will help you get ahead. An encounter with someone from your past will have an impact on the way you do things. A short trip will result in valuable information as well as an honorable commitment. 4 stars GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Help

attend the meetings. Granted, the meetings are very social. Everyone brings food to enjoy while we discuss books and anything else going on in our lives. However, the core group finds it annoying when some members don't even attempt to read. It happens month after month. We have said on many occasions we expect everyone to read. Our discussions are livelier and more interesting when everyone shares her thoughts, but some don't make the effort or threaten to drop out of the book club. We don't want anyone to drop out. We are all friends. Are we expecting too much because as teachers we regard it as a "homework assignment" not being completed? What can we do? I'd like your opinion so I can share it at the book club. -- PENNSVILLE, N.J., READER DEAR READER: If certain members of your book club are no longer doing the required reading and regard the gatherings as social affairs, why not make some of the meetings -- say, every other month -- devoted solely to discussing the book you are reading, while the rest will be strictly social? There will be less disappointment for the readers, and you can still meet as friends without

a cause or someone in need. Follow a creative path and you will leave a much better image regarding what you have to offer and are willing to do. A geographical change will help your state of mind. 2 stars CANCER (June 21-July 22): Spend time with friends. Anything you try to do with colleagues will be futile. An unusual package, letter or piece of information will open your mind to new possibilities. A new partnership is favored that offers greater promise and equality. 5 stars LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Step up and take your status and position seriously. Don't go for the glory when security should be your main focus. Comparing what you have to what someone else has will only lead to frustration and negativity. 3 stars VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Take control and follow your desired path. Your communication skills and expertise will easily draw the attention of someone as gifted as you to share in a venture that can make a difference to your personal finances. 3 stars LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Put more time and effort into home,

anyone being inconvenienced. DEAR ABBY: I have a good friend, "Renee," who is Canadian and a permanent resident of the United States. We don't always agree on things, but one thing really bugs me about her. She's always saying how "nice" Canadians are and how rude Americans are. On a recent trip we took to Canada, she commented about a cashier who was nice to us by saying, "That cashier wouldn't have been so nice if we were in America." When I try to point out evidence to the contrary, Renee shrugs it off and calls it an exception to the rule. How should I politely ask her to knock off bashing Americans? -- LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT DEAR LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT: Do it by "politely" pointing out to Renee that it is rude to make comments that make others uncomfortable, and if Canadians are as "nice" as she says they are -and that includes her -- she'll quit putting down Americans because you find it offensive.

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family and keeping the peace. Do something that will please everyone and keep you out of trouble. You can make personal alterations, but don't go over budget. Consider reuniting with someone from your past. 3 stars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Follow through with your ideas. An opportunity to get involved in a business partnership or something that will help advance your career is present. Networking should be treated as a social event. Make your home more conducive to creativity. 3 stars SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): It's how you present what you do that will count. Work from home if at all possible and you will achieve the results you are looking for. Don't let emotional matters get you down when you should embrace a romantic opportunity. 5 stars CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Communication will be required if you want to get to the bottom of a problem that is affecting your home life. You can cover a lot of ground if you are open about the way you feel. Money matters can be successfully managed. 2 stars

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Be careful what you say or how much you promise someone. It's important not to exaggerate or undersell what you are capable of doing or to what degree you want to be involved. Honesty will make the best impression. 3 stars PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Your restlessness must not lead to a foolish personal decision. A job opportunity can be expected if you go for an interview or send out your resume. Go the extra mile and perfect your skills to better suit the position you want. 3 stars Birthday Baby: You are practical, caring and considerate. You are imaginative and competitive.


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