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*The Bar-K QT is sponsored by local businesses, click the links for more info:
 
      Hot out of the oven, it's Pie Pie Pie.
      Click the link to order online
  • Pie Lady Pies - 303-817-2548
     
          Lessons, composition, production services... All your music projects start to finish.
  • Max DeVincenzo Music - 303-518-8380

  •       Professional portraits, weddings & events... Call Sal for your photographic needs.
  • SDV Photography - 303-907-0499

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  •       Mac & Pc repairs, technical support, personal assistance... We're here to help.
     
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    Some Helpful Links:
    BAR-K Website http://www.bar-k-ranch.com
    BAR-K Association http://www.bar-kassociation.org/
    BAR-K Weather Station Online http://www.bar-k-ranch.com/weather.html
    BAR-K Weather Station Wunderground https://www.wunderground.com/personal-weat...hboard?ID=KCOBAR-K1
    (this link can be finicky)
    CAM Bar-K Webcam http://www.bar-k-ranch.com/webcam.html
     
    Local QT's
    QT Jamestown http://www.quicktopic.com/19/H/ttG9iqmEC2K/p-1.-1
    QT 4 Sale http://www.quicktopic.com/42/H/m6ZUjCutJHFN
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    QT Mountain Moms http://www.quicktopic.com/46/H/YpyTUtrNEJZZ
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    03-19-2019
    05:41 PM MT(US)
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    Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
    03-19-2019
    10:40 AM MT(US)

    Missed St. Pat's Day - or need some more? Irish Stew Dinner with Celtic Harp, THIS Saturday, 3/23, Nederland Community Center, 5:00pm Social, 5:30pm Dinner. RSVP 303-258-0799 - indicate which meat (beef or lamb) and/or other dietary preferences.
    33830
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    03-19-2019
    10:11 AM MT(US)

    There will be Blueberry Pie at the Merc tonight (Tuesday)!
    33829
    Pat JapengaPerson was signed in when posted
    03-19-2019
    08:53 AM MT(US)
    Why is this website being spammed so much lately? Sorry if this has already been discussed, I had a long period of not following the QT.
    33828
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    03-19-2019
    08:13 AM MT(US)
    Good morning, The USFS will be burning piles today on the Gill project in and around the Blue Jay mine with assistance fro the LHFPD mit crew. As part of the prep for the burn the piles are cleared of snow and disturbed. This action ensures that any animals that have taken up residence in the piles are scared off. Smoke and flames will be visible around the piles all day today.
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    Barney
    03-18-2019
    03:32 PM MT(US)
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    Rose
    03-18-2019
    01:10 PM MT(US)
    Hi,

    I’m going to Front Range Community College as a biology major, lately my job in Boulder has been inconsistent so I’m having some trouble saving up for the next monthly payment for my classes. I’m happy to do any odd jobs, clean houses, housesit, babysit, etc, and I have references from people I’ve worked for in the bar-k and Jamestown if you need them. Any work would help me out a lot right now, thank you. My email is roseanasummers at gmail and my home phone is 303 459 0370.
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    03-17-2019
    11:43 PM MT(US)
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    03-17-2019
    08:34 PM MT(US)
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    03-17-2019
    05:38 PM MT(US)
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    03-17-2019
    04:02 PM MT(US)
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    33821
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    03-17-2019
    11:55 AM MT(US)

    The bands are in full swing creating an epic Band in a Hat #12 show!

    CALLING ALL ARTISTS of any age to submit black & white artwork for BIAH flyers, posters, and the program OR colored artwork to show at the event! This is NOT a contest, rather it's a chance for our local artists to be actively involved and properly represented.

    While we will gratefully accept any artistic creation, we are especially interested in designs that visually describe the "Band-In-A-Hat" concept of randomly chosen musicians working collaboratively while supporting the mission of JAM (Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians): "To foster a sense of community in the Jamestown area by encouraging adult and youth participation in and enjoyment of the Arts." The event motto of "Dare To Suck" can even be included, but is not necessary.

    ADS!

    Calling all local businesses and artists to place an AD in our black & white event program according to these reasonable prices:

    $10 = business card = 2" x 3.5"

    $20 = half page (either portrait or landscape orientation) = 3" x 6" (horizontal ad) or 2.5" x 7.5" (lengthwise ad)

    $40 = full page = 6" x 7.5"

    Program Size = 8.5" x 14" legal size paper folded in half as a booklet. Money collected from ads covers the program printing costs and anything extra benefits JAM (Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians), which always goes back to The Town in some way.

    Any volunteers who could sell ad spots to local businesses specifically related to The Arts (music, art, theater, etc.) would be greatly appreciated! We also need 3 prize donations for the Hat Contest if you feel so inclined to ask!

    Area businesses, musicians, and artists REPRESENT! The Merc - 4th of July benefit - JVFD/EMS - Yoga - Tai'Chi - Town of Jamestown - Save our Bears - Traveling Vet - Vox Feminista - massage - Hoshi Motors - bed & breakfast - musicians and upcoming shows - artists - pottery - computer repair - wifi - recording studios - jewelry - recycling - goofy friend ads - etc.

    Submissions will be gratefully accepted as soon as possible or by NEXT Sunday, March 24th by emailing jamforthearts@gmail.com

    Please forward, share, and spread the word to other artists or advertisers who may be interested!
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    03-17-2019
    02:07 AM MT(US)
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    03-16-2019
    11:59 PM MT(US)
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    03-16-2019
    11:03 PM MT(US)
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    33817
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    03-16-2019
    08:51 AM MT(US)
    Hey neighbors -

    Elvis went on a very long adventure last week (he was gone for about 7 hours - little booger) and he tore up his paw pads and nails pretty badly.

    I've been caring for his paws, but with all of this snow they sometimes start to bleed again. Does anyone have doggy boots we could borrow for a month or so while his pads heal?

    Thanks!
    Jamie DOT preira AT gmail DOT com
    450-o4o9
    33816
    Wendy IPerson was signed in when posted
    03-15-2019
    07:23 PM MT(US)
    Hi Henry Mans, can you please let me know if you still have firewood. I’m out. If No, I will look further. Thanks 7two 0-490-5 nine98
    33815
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    03-15-2019
    03:23 PM MT(US)

    Good afternoon! If anyone has further questions on prescribed burning practices used by the LHFPD, USFS, Boulder County or City of Boulder, here's a great upcoming educational event:

    Greetings,

     

    We are sharing this unique opportunity to learn more about prescribed fire:

     

    Have you ever wondered what goes into implementing a prescribed fire? What does the decision process look like? How do they maintain safety? Who decides if the project should proceed? Join us for the.

     

    What is a prescribed burn? FIELD TRIP

     

    Date: Saturday April 13, 2019

    Time: 8:00am - 1:00pm

    Meeting location: Boulder County Parks & Open Space offices, 5201 St. Vrain Rd., Longmont

     

    This special field trip is being organized by the CU Center for Sustainable Landscapes and Communities, Boulder County Parks and Open Space, City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks, and the City and County agencies responsible for prescribed fire and wildfires.

     

    On Saturday, April 13, 2019, 8:00am – 1:00pm you’ll have an opportunity to learn about prescribed fire and how it is used by our city and county open space departments to manage our forests and grasslands. We will go to open space lands with wildfire experts, forest managers and forest ecologists to learn how prescribed burns are done, get an up-close look at the equipment used, and find out what’s achieved by such burns. There will be plenty of time to ask your questions too.

     

    Reserve your spot today at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/58673965410

     

     

    Registration is free, but required; space is limited.

     



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    Stefan
    33814
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    03-15-2019
    10:24 AM MT(US)
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    33813
    Mark I
    03-15-2019
    09:06 AM MT(US)
    Thanks to Jack K and??? for clearing mail boxes.
    33812
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    03-15-2019
    09:05 AM MT(US)

    This Sunday! Clothing swap! Men's & Women's clothes are welcome! See flyer for more info.
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    03-15-2019
    08:54 AM MT(US)
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    03-15-2019
    08:23 AM MT(US)
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    33809
    Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
    03-15-2019
    06:39 AM MT(US)

    Thanks for your great work Bud. I would still be shoveling.
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    03-14-2019
    11:30 PM MT(US)
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    03-14-2019
    10:59 PM MT(US)
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    03-14-2019
    04:39 PM MT(US)
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    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    03-14-2019
    12:51 PM MT(US)

    It's Pi Day! Come get some pie at the Merc tonight: Chocolate Cream, Pineapple Bourbon Pecan, and Chocolate Cream!
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    03-14-2019
    09:57 AM MT(US)
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    Lindzey Wills
    03-14-2019
    08:19 AM MT(US)
    hey Buddy, shot you an email about plowing over at 82 Saint Vrain Trl this morning. Would have called, but can’t get through :(
    33802
    Mark I
    03-14-2019
    08:15 AM MT(US)
    Hi, well I hear you have power - going to deliver what mail I can today - for those new residents of if you forgot it, is your job to dig out mailboxes so I can get to them - thank you
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    03-14-2019
    04:33 AM MT(US)
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    03-14-2019
    03:23 AM MT(US)
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    03-13-2019
    11:34 PM MT(US)
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    33796
    Claudia
    03-13-2019
    02:43 PM MT(US)
    Chris O’Brien has dispatch calling Excel and Century Link
    33795
    Tom P
    03-13-2019
    02:05 PM MT(US)
    So much for having power!
    33794
    sbertramPerson was signed in when posted
    03-13-2019
    01:06 PM MT(US)
    Add me to the list buddy at 195 Hickok tr.
    33791
    Patricia Olson
    03-13-2019
    11:40 AM MT(US)
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    On Wed, Mar 13, 2019 at 8:04 AM QT - Buddy <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com> wrote:
    33788
    Barb PPerson was signed in when posted
    03-13-2019
    09:09 AM MT(US)
    I reported the on/off to Xcel.....
    33787
    Buddy
    03-13-2019
    09:04 AM MT(US)
    I'm back from Ft. Collins and plowing tomorrow if you want on the list. 303-459-3266 or budhoe@gmail.com.
    Happy to be home!
    33786
    Claudia
    03-13-2019
    08:57 AM MT(US)
    power flickered already :(
    33785
    Morgan N
    03-13-2019
    08:56 AM MT(US)
    Pretty slippery up top, go slow. Turns into slush and rain below Jamestown. Lots of rain right now in Boulder.
    33784
    Buzz BuseyPerson was signed in when posted
    03-13-2019
    08:53 AM MT(US)
    Has anyone been up or down the canyon recently? Any report would be appreciated!
    33783
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    03-13-2019
    08:42 AM MT(US)

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    33780
    Jason
    03-12-2019
    03:05 PM MT(US)
    I'd love to know everyone's top ten list for blizzard prep! Go!
    33779
    Jason
    03-12-2019
    02:46 PM MT(US)
    Test post.
    33778
    Bill D. - Lefthand Fire
    03-12-2019
    01:58 PM MT(US)
    I wanted to let everyone know that the forest service will be continuing to burn slash piles in the area this weekend and next week. They'll be burning piles on a total of about 31 acres in two different locations near us. Potential smoke impacts to Sky View Estates, Glacier View, Bar K, Gold Lake, and Jamestown.

    There are piles on another 150 acres closer to Raymond that will also be burned.

    They've already burned about 5,000 slash piles this season!
    33777
    Lindsay TitaPerson was signed in when posted
    03-11-2019
    09:11 PM MT(US)

    We are devastated and deeply miss our little girl. Her brother, Archer, is a wreck without his sister. We just want our baby back. Delaney is a red, female Vizsla. She went missing February 5th while hiking. We happily offer $5,000 cash reward for any information leading to Delaney’s safe return. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. Anonymous tips can also be submitted through the following website

    https://crittercops.wixsite.com/delaney
    33776
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    03-11-2019
    10:56 AM MT(US)
    try: syost at quicktopic dot com
    33775
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    03-11-2019
    10:54 AM MT(US)
    Currently there is no option for adding any additional login functionality to the QT.
    You can write to the Quick Topics owner Steve Yost (address below) and suggest it.
    33774
    Joe D
    03-11-2019
    10:52 AM MT(US)
    Sal, What about adding a Captcha to the QT post entry page? This should help lower the amount of spam and spam bot exploitation of this page.
    33773
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    03-11-2019
    09:18 AM MT(US)

    Photo: Today's Meadow Moose...... The idiotic spam messages persist. Tried turning off the ability to post to QT a few days ago but it really didn't discourage. I'll keep complaining to QT admin and deleting spam when I can but might have to turn on password function to eliminate the issue. (this requires everyone to register with a recognizable name and email) Alternately, if Facebook is part of your repertoire, there is now a neighborhood Facebook group that will not have the same annoyances of the QT. If that's something that is appealing then head over to https://www.facebook.com/groups/barkranch/ and join.

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    Edited 03-11-2019 09:56 AM
    33766
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    03-10-2019
    03:41 PM MT(US)
    Elvis is home!!
    33764
    Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
    03-10-2019
    11:50 AM MT(US)

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    JamieP
    03-10-2019
    11:38 AM MT(US)

    Hi neighbors, Elvis took off a couple of hours ago towards Cushman land and isn’t home yet. Please call if you see him - 3o3-459-o4o9
    33762
    Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
    03-10-2019
    10:51 AM MT(US)

    Burning today above Ceran St. Vrain trailhead. Awesome job!
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    03-09-2019
    02:51 PM MT(US)
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    sbertramPerson was signed in when posted
    03-09-2019
    08:01 AM MT(US)
    I hope you have better luck with your land line than I have had. My line is crossed with either a fax line or a modem and has been for over 5 years. I have put in at least 20 trouble tickets with Centurylink. Absolutely the worst service around.
    33755
    Will LPerson was signed in when posted
    03-08-2019
    09:13 PM MT(US)
    Lynn: My wife Catherine is interested in buying a used sewing machine if you still have one to sell. 0205. Thanks!
    33754
    Joe D
    03-08-2019
    05:39 PM MT(US)
    Sally, I had problems last weekend. The trouble was located at the green pedestal cable box across from my driveway. This box is FUll of ice and dirt nearly 2 ft thick. The cable branch running through it services many of the residences along Rock Lake Rd so other lines may eventually become effected. The phone repair tech said this whole box is a mess and needs to be rebuilt. So I'm not surprised you are having trouble. They have scheduled the pedestal to be rebuilt sometime this spring when the snow is gone everything thaws out. Hopefully the repair tech can find you another pair of wires that are functional all the way to the main cabinet (near the big curve) to keep you up and running until they fix the pedestal. This is what they did for me.
    Edited 03-08-2019 06:19 PM
    33753
    Barb Petruzzi
    03-08-2019
    03:31 PM MT(US)
    If you need anything that requires a phone let me know.....

    And, bummer about Denise!
    xoxo
    33752
    Sally
    03-08-2019
    03:09 PM MT(US)
    Trouble outside at the pole...will get service man MONDAY!
    33751
    Barb P
    03-08-2019
    12:10 PM MT(US)
    We’ve got service, Sally.
    33750
    Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    03-08-2019
    12:07 PM MT(US)
    Anyone else without landline today?
    33731
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    03-03-2019
    05:23 PM MT(US)

    Since everyone is working on "tidying up" - let's have a clothing swap! You can get rid of old (gently used) clothes and acquire new ones that spark joy!!

    Come on over to the Jamestown Mercantile on March 17th from 4pm - 6pm! Beverages will be available for purchase at the Merc for those participating in the swap.

    All leftover clothing will be donated to Greenwood Thrift and Gift.

    PLEASE NO CHILDREN’S CLOTHES.
    33730
    Marty Leopold
    03-03-2019
    01:27 PM MT(US)
    The next regular meeting of the Bar-K Association is tomorrow, Monday March 4, 6:30 PM at 119 Jed Smith Rd.
    All members are welcome.
    33723
    Holly Saracco
    03-02-2019
    10:10 AM MT(US)
    If you don’t have snow tires you might have trouble. We were behind a Grand Cherokee that was sliding across his lane on Olde Stage. The roads aren’t bad in Boulder.
    33715
    Joe D
    03-01-2019
    10:08 AM MT(US)
    Anybody else having trouble with their landline telephone here in the Bar-K? Mine appears to experiencing severe difficulty whereby it works about 10% of the time and when it does it's full of noise and the audio is very low. Most of the time there is no dial tone.
    Edited 03-01-2019 11:00 AM
    33711
    Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
    02-28-2019
    12:00 PM MT(US)

    Locals and Visitors: Fuel up for outdoor fun at the Pancake Breakfast at Nederland Community Center, during Frozen Dead Guy Days, Saturday and Sunday, 3/9&10, 8am -11am.
    33710
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-28-2019
    08:09 AM MT(US)

    See Elise Williams as Grandmother Fa in Disney's "MULAN" Jr. Musical at Manhattan Middle School @ 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5th + Wednesday, March 6th + Thursday, March 7th! Tickets for sale at the door: $5 per adult, $3 students & seniors, free for kids under age 5.

    Elise would be so jazzed to see some of her village there!
    33708
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    02-27-2019
    02:49 PM MT(US)

    Merc pies this week: Chocolate Key Lime, Coconut Macaroon, and Cherry Amaretto
    33706
    Cyndi F
    02-26-2019
    09:48 AM MT(US)
    Happy Tuesday Neighbors!
    I am looking for an experienced internal auditor with insurance experience to join me for an interesting project! The project will last 8-12 weeks with some travel to an east coast warm state for some of it! This will be a contracted 1099 limited term position.This project is scheduled to start mid March. I know there is a lot of talent here in our mountain community and I would love to include one of my neighbors in this opportunity. Contact me cynthia DOT fitzgerald DOT CFE AT gmail.
    33704
    Courtney JarochPerson was signed in when posted
    02-25-2019
    11:57 PM MT(US)
    Hello Women 🦋

    Feeling stressed, uncomfortable in your body or just needing the space to reconnect with yourself? I have two massage appointments in Jamestown available tomorrow! (As well as a few others on Wednesday and Friday 😊)

    Give me a call at 586.337.7058 and come on in for a relaxing, rejuvenating and therapeutic massage!

    *and did you know you can always call me the day of to see if I have any last minute availability?!*

    I look forward to working with you!

    In Joy,
    Courtney
    33703
    Jim Weglarz
    02-25-2019
    09:05 AM MT(US)
    Thank you Don for your help/address! Robert Schaller picked up the tools for me last night from your driveway.
    To All - STILL MISSING - are 2 power (battery) screw drivers (Ridgid brand, orange color) along with some misc tools that were in a soft red tool bag; bag was open so probably scattered (fell off truck). Could be anywhere along Ridge/Ranch Roads. I would greatly appreciate any assist or info.
    Thanks much! Jim (720-998-5473, cell/call/text)
    33702
    Don K
    02-25-2019
    05:55 AM MT(US)
    Jim, This is Don Kolinski. I just now saw this message exchange. I didn't see the tools (my phone box/pole is not visible from the house). However, I live at 403 Ridge.
    33700
    Jim Weglarz
    02-24-2019
    08:23 PM MT(US)
    Cynthia, This is Jim. (1021 Ridge Road) I mistakenly left my truck tail gate open and lost my tools this late afternoon and did not realize till later - and now I am down the hill in Berthoud/Longmont. It was a tool bag, and also another small tool box carrier, and a bunch of tools.
    I don't know the Kolinski family. Does anybody know their phone number? - as I will not be up in Bar-K for few days? I would like to secure them safely if possible for now.
    Cynthia, I left Robert an email and mobile phone message.
    Thanks, Jim 720-998-5473
    33699
    Suzy Rudy
    02-24-2019
    08:14 PM MT(US)
    Probably belongs to Jim Weglarz. He lives way down on ridge
    33697
    Cynthia
    02-24-2019
    04:57 PM MT(US)
    FOUND: on Ridge Road, red Husky toolbag, looks like it fell out of a vehicle, tools spilled all over the road. I picked up the tools and put the bag near the phone box at the Kolinski's driveway. Hope this helps!
    33696
    Pat
    02-24-2019
    11:00 AM MT(US)
    Congratulations Joey! Enjoy your accomplishment!
    33695
    Pete Jackie and Nico
    02-24-2019
    08:43 AM MT(US)
    Congratulations on getting 2nd place at the state competition Joey Airola!
    We were way up in the nose bleeds watching and cheering for you.
    33694
    Jason
    02-24-2019
    08:13 AM MT(US)
    Congratulations to Joe!
    33693
    Margie
    02-24-2019
    07:41 AM MT(US)
    You guys are awesome! Thanks for all of the support for Joe. He placed 2nd at State and had such a positive experience
    and gained some critical lessons from how the "pros" compete at this next level.
    The Airolas are very thankful to live in such a wonderful and caring
    neighborhood!
    33692
    Leatha
    02-23-2019
    08:30 PM MT(US)
    Many thanks, this website is really valuable.

    Stop by my blog ... Cleaning Companies
    33691
    lynn wilber
    02-23-2019
    04:17 PM MT(US)

    hi Harry. Here's all you need to know to find out more about Jean Shepherd (unless you talk with Steve Edelstein) ; http://www.flicklives.com/ . SvH
    33690
    Margie
    02-22-2019
    10:40 PM MT(US)
    Hey All, thanks for the "Good Lucks" and "Congrats!"
    Joe made it to the finals tomorrow night and he is very excited to be wrestling an amazing opponent!
    33689
    Harry HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    02-22-2019
    08:39 PM MT(US)
    Hey, Joey. Congratulations!
    33688
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-22-2019
    05:35 PM MT(US)
    I especially love the part, "He credits Mom." Well done, Airolas!
    33687
    Holly Saracco
    02-22-2019
    05:17 PM MT(US)
    Congratulations Joe! (and the Airolas)
    33686
    Carolyn Donadio
    02-22-2019
    04:45 PM MT(US)
    Here's the link in the Daily Camera. Go Joe! http://www.dailycamera.com/sports/ci_32468...moves-at-state-ease
    33685
    Sally Hempy
    02-22-2019
    04:36 PM MT(US)
    Tried to copy the link from the Daily Camera...I failed but article on Joey is really grand.
    Look it up and share the family's pride!
    33684
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    02-22-2019
    12:49 PM MT(US)
    Pass through for the USFS:
    Since Feb. 15 crews have burned an additional 2,100 piles covering 46 acres, for a total of 3,200 piles and 80+ acres of fuels reduction this month. Burning will continue in the James Creek area next week.
    33683
    Buzz BuseyPerson was signed in when posted
    02-22-2019
    11:49 AM MT(US)

    Free to a good home - Glass top coffee table Buzz & Kim - *0456
    Edited 02-22-2019 11:50 AM
    33682
    Tom P
    02-22-2019
    08:45 AM MT(US)
    Joey Airola good story on the front paper of sports!
    33681
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    02-21-2019
    02:42 PM MT(US)

    Peanut Butter Chocolate Cream Pie will also be available at the Merc tonight. If you like peanut butter cups, you will love this!
    33680
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    02-20-2019
    07:50 PM MT(US)

    Pies at the Merc this week, starting Thursday: Triple Berry and Whiskey Apple Pecan Crumble.
    33679
    Courtney JarochPerson was signed in when posted
    02-20-2019
    06:02 PM MT(US)
    Hi women :)

    I have two massage appointments available this Friday 2/22/19 starting at 1pm! Feel free to book yourself a therapeutically calming session at http://www.divinewomanrising.com or call/text me at 586.337.7058.

    In Joy,
    Courtney
    33677
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-19-2019
    09:25 PM MT(US)

    For those interested, Elise is performing as "Grandmother Fa" in the musical, "Mulan" on March 5th, 6th, and 7th @ 6:30 p.m. at Manhattan Middle School. She would love to have some of her village in the audience! Tickets at the door, but I am unsure of the cost at the moment.

    Likewise, please let us know of YOUR child's performances and we will do our best to come!
    33676
    Patti OPerson was signed in when posted
    02-19-2019
    09:24 PM MT(US)
    LL--wonderful picture! Love the full moons...
    33674
    Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
    02-19-2019
    06:02 PM MT(US)

    Happy Full moon from this morning.
    33672
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    02-19-2019
    08:22 AM MT(US)
    Thanks Rick !
    33671
    Rick Westmoreland
    02-19-2019
    08:17 AM MT(US)
    Dry on the switchbacks. The snow is starting to coming down below Jamestown into Boulder.

    On Tue, Feb 19, 2019, 07:41 QT - Sal DeVincenzo <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com wrote:
    33670
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    02-19-2019
    07:41 AM MT(US)
    Road report ?
    33669
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-18-2019
    10:32 PM MT(US)

    It's been almost 2 years since we said goodbye to our dear Josh "Schwa" Evans and we still grieve yet we still celebrate him. Please join us on the anniversary of his departure at The Merc on Monday, March 4th from 6-8 p.m., where a beautiful portrait created by Jan Reed and framed by Jese Engwall will be unveiled, as well as his handmade instrument, "The Thing," all fixed up by Jaye Brotherton to be hung on a special hook made by Kyle Williams. Anyone who knew and loved Schwa is invited, as well as those who WOULD have become his friend had he not left us so soon (basically, that's everyone!). Bring instruments for the bluegrass pick 'cause he would've wanted it that way!
    33667
    Jackie
    02-18-2019
    02:42 PM MT(US)
    Thanks Sally, must just be our phone, was working earlier, but says no power at the base now.
    We think the base must have just died, all connections seem ok.
    I was wanting to get one of those old style phones that don't need electricity anyway.
    Does anyone have one laying around that they don't need?
    We used to have one but it broke, have not been able to find one in any thrift stores for years.
    33666
    Sally Hempy
    02-18-2019
    02:31 PM MT(US)
    no problem at our place.
    33665
    Jackie
    02-18-2019
    02:15 PM MT(US)
    Is anyone else having a landline issue? or is our phone broken?
    33664
    Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    02-18-2019
    12:17 PM MT(US)

    Got lunch? Noon-time visitor. Love seeing these guys...
    33663
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-18-2019
    10:02 AM MT(US)

    The bands have been chosen and as they spend the next 7 weeks creating an epic show, we begin our other quests for Band in a Hat #12...

    CALLING ALL ARTISTS of any age to submit black & white artwork for BIAH flyers, posters, and the program OR colored artwork to show at the event! This is NOT a contest, rather it's a chance for our local artists to be actively involved and properly represented.

    While we will gratefully accept any artistic creation, we are especially interested in designs that visually describe the "Band-In-A-Hat" concept of randomly chosen musicians working collaboratively while supporting the mission of JAM (Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians): "To foster a sense of community in the Jamestown area by encouraging adult and youth participation in and enjoyment of the Arts." The event motto of "Dare To Suck" can even be included, but is not necessary.

    ADS!

    Calling all local businesses and artists to place an AD in our black & white event program according to these reasonable prices:

    $10 = business card = 2" x 3.5"
    $20 = half page (either portrait or landscape orientation) = 3" x 6" (horizontal ad) or 2.5" x 7.5" (lengthwise ad)
    $40 = full page = 6" x 7.5"

    Program Size = 8.5" x 14" legal size paper folded in half as a booklet. Money collected from ads covers the program printing costs and anything extra benefits JAM (Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians), which always goes back to The Town in some way.

    Any volunteers who could sell ad spots to local businesses specifically related to The Arts (music, art, theater, etc.) would be greatly appreciated! We also need 3 prize donations for the Hat Contest if you feel so inclined to ask!

    Area businesses, musicians, and artists REPRESENT! The Merc - 4th of July benefit - JVFD/EMS - Yoga - Tai'Chi - Town of Jamestown - Save our Bears - Traveling Vet - Vox Feminista - massage - Hoshi Motors - bed & breakfast - musicians and upcoming shows - artists - pottery - computer repair - wifi - recording studios - jewelry - recycling - goofy friend ads - etc.

    Art & Ad submissions will be gratefully accepted as soon as possible or by Sunday, March 24th through the jamforthearts@gmail.com or by calling (72o) 8o8-4815.

    Please forward, share, and spread the word to other artists or advertisers who may be interested and THANKS for your support of The Arts!
    33662
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-17-2019
    10:19 AM MT(US)

    LAST CALL for Band in a Hat #12 Participants!

    Sign up by 1 p.m. today by replying to this email or writing your contact info on the sheets posted at The Merc. ALL ages, styles, levels, and locations are welcome! Hope to see you at the Drawing today @ 1 p.m. @ The Merc!
    33661
    Courtney JarochPerson was signed in when posted
    02-17-2019
    08:45 AM MT(US)
    Hi women!

    A very exciting update for massage

    Every other Tuesday I will be available to see clients in Jamestown from 11am-7:30pm beginning February 19, 2019.

    Other Jamestown office hours include
    Wednesdays 11am-4pm
    Fridays 11am-4pm

    Please be mindful when booking Tuesday evening appointments, these new hours are aimed to accommodate those who can only come in during evening hours. Thank you!!

    Feel free to book yourself in at http://www.divinewomanrising.com or call/text me at 586.337.7058

    Love, Courtney
    33660
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-16-2019
    05:53 PM MT(US)
    We have a drummer who would like to sign up for BIAH 12 but does not have his own drum kit. Anyone willing to lend a kit for practices? Please let me know at (72o) 8o8-4815 or email jamforthearts@gmail.com
    33659
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-16-2019
    05:49 PM MT(US)

    One more day to sign up for Band in a Hat 12!!! So far, we have only 1 drummer and 1 bass player, 1 harmonica player, a lot of vocalists, strings, and "others." Perhaps we will have an all-vocal band this time??

    C'mon! Calling all BIAH Alumni to rejoin! More drummers! More bassists!

    Drawing is TOMORROW @ 1 p.m. at The Merc (need not be present as long as your contact info is on the sheet).

    Event is Saturday, April 13th @ 6 p.m.

    SIGN UP NOW on the sheet posted at The Merc or by emailing jamforthearts@gmail.com
    Edited 02-16-2019 05:55 PM
    33658
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    02-16-2019
    05:21 PM MT(US)
    Hi Klaus-You're taking my simple to the next level, thank you! We stood on the ridge last week and looked straight into the teeth of that wave which was visible in the lenticulars, and could watch the approaching snow line. You're right, snow can hold a wide range of water (we prefer wetter and look for deeper cover in colder/lighter snow), and aspect plays a big role in snow stability/cover. Exposed South faces will lose snow cover far more quickly than a North facing slope, and that's before our friend the wind has had its way with it, transporting it away. Wind forecasts are brutal, I don't envy forecasters! It why we look ahead and make the decisions on the ground based on the conditions we see. Have you seen the new HDW (USFS/Michigan State/St Cloud) forecast modeling/do you have any thoughts on that?
    33657
    Al
    02-16-2019
    05:05 PM MT(US)
    Missin a blond lab 🐕
    33656
    Klaus
    02-16-2019
    02:42 PM MT(US)
    Thanks, Chris (O'B), I was just checking/making sure that the control burn procedures had not slipped, given that there are so many control burns now. A few comments regarding snow and wind: (1) just because, say, 6" of snow have fallen does not mean that you can assume that 6" are actually on the ground - warm air temperatures (and humidity), solar exposure, and wind will work the snowpack over faster than you can look up all the different meanings of 'wonky', let alone one or two days later; (2) the amount of moisture contained in the snow can vary by quite a bit - I have melted 6" of snow down to over 1" of liquid with heavy spring snows all the way down to under 0.1" with fluffy powder snows, obviously the latter can vanish (sublimate) into thin air much faster than the former; (3) while it is hard enough to make reliable forecasts for snow, I find wind forecasts around here even harder, since you have to essentially predict a breaking wave or hydraulic jump, not to get too technical about this. This winter in particular we have had a few 'positive outliers', including the one on Wednesday (>80mph) that were at or above the high end of weather predictions. In a nutshell, I wish you (and us) good luck in your continued control burns, may the next few months be as wet as our tools currently indicate!
    33654
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    02-15-2019
    02:12 PM MT(US)
    This was an educational post on JT's QT:
    thanks for opening the door to an opportunity to educate!:
    There are a number of factors that go in to the decision to burn, whether it's piles or broadcast for forest health or backfire in the event of a wildland fire. The homeowner piles that escaped Wednesday were lit on the preceding Thursday during a snowstorm, typically a good time to burn. When we make the decision to burn we (Lefthand and generally speaking the USFS although their practices may be a little specifically different) look ahead at the weather for typically about a week, what we look for first and foremost are ventilation rates, predicted wind and forecast precipitation. There's a lot more that goes into this than putting the match to the piles or the ground!

    Ventilation rates are very important for a successful burn, they indicate atmospheric stability and lift. Our goal when we burn is to affect people with health issues as little (if not at all) as possible. The Forest Service has a smoke monitoring station installed in Jamestown so they and we can monitor the effects of our burns, our goal is not to "pancake" the town in smoke. In order to do this, we coordinate and support each other with our burning days, so that we don't overwhelm the local atmosphere with smoke. To date, with all of the piles and area burned in the Ceran St Vrain/Glacier View Ranch area by Lefthand and the USFS have produced less of an impact on Jamestown and the surrounding environs than individual homeowners wood stoves.

    Days with snow are great days for burning due to the atmospheric instabilities that accompany precipitation, and, the precipitation tends to keep the ground surrounding the piles wet which reduces the chance for escape. Our prescription REQUIRES 4-6" of continuous snow surrounding a pile(s) for ignition to start.

    Wind is a key factor for successful burning. The wind is the primary carrier of smoke (and embers) so we're particular about which direction the wind is blowing (and a good reason to burn when it's actively snowing, usually lower to no wind effect). Counter-intuitively, we do need wind action for fuels consumption. The breeze can help the piles more fully consume, leaving less fuel behind post burn. When agencies like Lefthand and the USFS burn with breeze, we monitor the piles closely for ember-cast and escape, and we can stop the burns pretty quickly. That's not to say that we burn when it's blowing 70! We have identified thresholds and we stick to those for our go/no-go decision making. Likewise we perform test burns prior to full ignitions so that we have a good understanding of the type of fire behavior we can expect.

    At then end of the day's operation we recheck the piles and secure them for the evening, using a variety of methods up to and including extinguishment. We return to the burn at 24, 48 and if needed 96 hours if the piles were not completely out (residual heat). Once we have confirmed the piles are out, we complete the burn with Boulder Dispatch and close out the incident.
    33652
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    02-15-2019
    01:26 PM MT(US)
    Burning on these units will continue through the weekend and into next week as conditions allow. Fire managers constantly monitor conditions and forecasts, and staff the area as needed until burning is complete. Crews successfully burned 1,100 piles, or 35 acres so far this week.

     

    From: Armstrong, Katherine R -FS
    Sent: Friday, February 08, 2019 3:39 PM
    Subject: Pile Burning resumes on the James Creek project

     

    BOULDER, Colo. – Crews will resume pile burning operations on National Forest lands in Boulder and Gilpin counties starting the week of Feb. 11. Burning generally begins after 10 a.m. and ceases several hours before sunset. Burning will be focused in the following areas:

     

    James Creek Units M0501 M0503 150 acres of hand piles or approx. 4,500 piles; Potential smoke impacts: Ward, Bar K subdivision, Gold Lake, Jamestown Gold Hill, Rowena; General location: Gold Lake Rd 1 East of Peak to Peak Hwy. [30 acres remaining]

     

    James Creek Units M0502, M3202, H3101: 200 acres of hand piles or approx. 4,000 piles; Potential smoke impacts: Ward, Bar K subdivision Gold Lake, Jamestown Gold Hill, Rowena; General location: Peak to Peak Hwy 1 mile North of Ward Gold Lake and County Rd 100 and 103. [50 acres remaining]

     

    James Creek Unit H1501 M1603 M1401 M1603: 500 acres of hand piles or approx. 5,000 piles; Potential smoke impacts: Sky View Estates, Glacier View , Bar K subdivision Gold Lake, Jamestown; General location: 2 miles east of Peak to Peak on Overland Rd.

    Conditions are evaluated each day to determine if ignition will take place. Precipitation, wind, temperature, fuel moisture and staffing all play a part in when and whether ignition occurs. Wind helps disperse smoke created during pile burning operations and snow helps keep the piles contained. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This is one way that we can help reduce fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions.

    Public and firefighter safety is always the number one priority in burning operations.

    Click here to unsubscribe from all Boulder Ranger District emails.

     

    Forest Service Shield

    K. "Reid" Armstrong
    Public Affairs Specialist

    Forest Service

    Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests
    Pawnee National Grassland

    p: 303-541-2532
    c: 970-222-7607
    krarmstrong@fs.fed.us

    2140 Yarmouth Ave.
    Boulder, CO 80301
    www.fs.usda.gov/arp
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    Caring for the land and serving people
    33651
    lynn wilber
    02-15-2019
    11:09 AM MT(US)
    Mike, I have 3 sewing machines and would sell you one for about $40. Jamestown. 12 12th st.
    33650
    mike c
    02-15-2019
    08:18 AM MT(US)
    Completely random but... I am trying to relearn how to sew, and am looking for a free/ super cheap sewing machine to practice with.. If anyone has one they no longer are using and want to see it go to a good home/ be used again, let me know!I can pick up..

    I'd be willing to trade an hour or 2 of my "handyman" services for a good, useable machine.. and I'll trade more time for sewing lessons :)

    please respond to mikeyc66@gmail.com
    33649
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    02-15-2019
    07:33 AM MT(US)
    Good morning, the FS will be returning to their projects along the Ceran St Vrain today, checking, monitoring and possibly lighting piles today. Due to the shutdown, they estimate the shutdown set them back 9000 piles.
    33648
    Tom P
    02-14-2019
    01:32 PM MT(US)
    Lots of smoke in the area today. It looks like the Forest Service is lighting a lot of piles.
    33647
    MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
    02-14-2019
    12:55 PM MT(US)

    Save room after Lulu's Italian Stuffed Shells for some Valentine's Day pie! Chocolate Cherry (gf), Maple Walnut, and Strawberry. Come get a slice.
    33646
    O'BPerson was signed in when posted
    02-14-2019
    11:25 AM MT(US)
    Good morning! Yesterday's piles and ensuing fire were not the product of either the forest service or lefthand mitigation. They were on private property, and extinguished by lefthand fire with help from boulder mountain fire and the forest on standby. Thanks also to Jack K, Jim A and Greg who came by to assist! This well illustrates the need to monitor piles or anytime there is fire used for fuels reduction. Both lefthand and the forest did burn during the period prior to the wind event, and they carefully managed their burns and buttoned them up prior to the storm. I know that the property owner in question had a well prepared site for his burn, beyond that, with 50+mph winds, embers were lifted from the piles. The firefighters were able to stop the fire at 1 acre.

    Please remember to call in your burns to dispatch and the fd even when they are permitted, monitor your piles, and button them up at the end. There aren't out until you can stick your hand everywhere in the burn scar.

    We are grateful for our partnerships with the community, our neighboring agencies and the forest service, who are working tirelessly to do an excellent job of managing their lands. Wildland fire isn't a fire issue, it's about land management, the more we can do to mitigate prior to the incident, the lower the impact of the incident.
    33645
    Klaus
    02-13-2019
    06:30 PM MT(US)
    Yes, thanks for the update, Claudia, and never mind about my question.
    33644
    Jamie P
    02-13-2019
    05:27 PM MT(US)
    Thank you for the update, Claudia. That was all too close for comfort!
    33643
    Klaus
    02-13-2019
    04:22 PM MT(US)
    So, Claudia, was this a 'control burn' that got out of control? I would hope that today was not supposed to be a burn day with the well advertised windstorm going on.
    33642
    Claudia Kutscher
    02-13-2019
    03:42 PM MT(US)
    Fire was controlled and Lefthand and other agencies declared this incident terminated a short while ago. But Lefthand FPD will be making checks on this tonight and make sure there are no further hotspots.
    33641
    Jamie P
    02-13-2019
    02:53 PM MT(US)
    Thanks so much Margie and Claudia. Any update?
    33640
    Claudia Kutscher
    02-13-2019
    12:14 PM MT(US)
    There is a small fire that Lefthand is taking care of down Hickock Trail
    33639
    Margie
    02-13-2019
    12:14 PM MT(US)
    There is a fire out on a ridge east of the Bar-K Ranch....
    33638
    Jamie P
    02-13-2019
    12:12 PM MT(US)
    Anyone hear sirens and know what’s going on?
    33637
    NancyR
    02-12-2019
    12:12 PM MT(US)
    The big coyote is now walking down Ranch near Hickok Trail.....
    33636
    Jamie P
    02-12-2019
    11:44 AM MT(US)
    Just had a big coyote walk by the house (on Tilghman) unphased by barking dogs or myself. Leisurely waking around the house and up Cody Trail. Keep your doggies close
    Edited 02-12-2019 11:44 AM
    33635
    Courtney JarochPerson was signed in when posted
    02-12-2019
    08:58 AM MT(US)
    Hello Women!

    If you haven't received my work before here is what a client said about her session last week...

    "After too much time neglecting self care, Courtney quickly got me feeling at peace again. Throughout the much needed 2 hour massage, Courtney guided me through breathing into the body work and massage. Her ability to pin point what the body needs is incredible. I left that session, like I do after every session with her, feeling emotionally and physically prepared to go back to day to day life." - J.

    Feel free to call/ text me at 586.337.7058 or go onto http://www.divinewomanrising.com and book yourself in for a nourishing and balancing massage!

    In Joy,
    Courtney
    33634
    Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
    02-11-2019
    09:56 PM MT(US)

    And the WINNER is.....

    SUDDEN DINOSAUR DEATH!

    NEXT Tuesday February 19th

    Come listen to our Scientist Neighbor Ray Buland’s talk on the subject of Sudden Dinosaur Death

    Promises to be interesting...

    And there will be soup!
    33633
    Town HallPerson was signed in when posted
    02-11-2019
    12:06 PM MT(US)
    Message from USFS...

    BOULDER, Colo. – Crews will resume pile burning operations on National Forest lands in Boulder and Gilpin counties starting the week of Feb. 11. Burning generally begins after 10 a.m. and ceases several hours before sunset. Burning will be focused in the following areas:

    James Creek Units M0501 M0503 150 acres of hand piles or approx. 4,500 piles; Potential smoke impacts: Ward, Bar K subdivision, Gold Lake, Jamestown Gold Hill, Rowena; General location: Gold Lake Rd 1 East of Peak to Peak Hwy. [30 acres remaining]

    James Creek Units M0502, M3202, H3101: 200 acres of hand piles or approx. 4,000 piles; Potential smoke impacts: Ward, Bar K subdivision Gold Lake, Jamestown Gold Hill, Rowena; General location: Peak to Peak Hwy 1 mile North of Ward Gold Lake and County Rd 100 and 103. [50 acres remaining]

    James Creek Unit H1501 M1603 M1401 M1603: 500 acres of hand piles or approx. 5,000 piles; Potential smoke impacts: Sky View Estates, Glacier View , Bar K subdivision Gold Lake, Jamestown; General location: 2 miles east of Peak to Peak on Overland Rd.

    Conditions are evaluated each day to determine if ignition will take place. Precipitation, wind, temperature, fuel moisture and staffing all play a part in when and whether ignition occurs. Wind helps disperse smoke created during pile burning operations and snow helps keep the piles contained. Seeing flames and smoke, even after dark, is part of normal operations. This is one way that we can help reduce fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions.

    Public and firefighter safety is always the number one priority in burning operations.


    K. "Reid" Armstrong
    Public Affairs Specialist
    Forest Service
    Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests
    Pawnee National Grassland

    p: 303-541-2532
    c: 970-222-7607
    krarmstrong@fs.fed.us

    2140 Yarmouth Ave.
    Boulder, CO 80301
    www.fs.usda.gov/arp
    33632
    Mark.M.
    02-11-2019
    09:04 AM MT(US)
    The table has a new home. Thanks everyone!
    33631
    Claudia Kutscher
    02-11-2019
    05:52 AM MT(US)
    That is the best news ever !
    33630
    Maurice
    02-11-2019
    12:20 AM MT(US)
    You have good information on this site.

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    Edited 02-11-2019 12:20 AM
    33629
    JudyTFPerson was signed in when posted
    02-10-2019
    09:03 PM MT(US)
    Wonderful he is home. Heartfelt wishes sent your way. Judy
    33628
    Jason
    02-10-2019
    08:18 PM MT(US)
    So glad to he’s home.
    33627
    Reinhard & Karina Schaupp
    02-10-2019
    07:54 PM MT(US)

    Our Collie male was missing for 24 hours! After intensive search we lost hope to ever see him alive again. But he came back - all happy! Since he had no reason to not come back earlier we assume he might have spend a wonderful night with a Coyote female in heat (its the time of the year!). ..And did not let her lure him back to the pack. May be he was too charming?! Ha, ha. Anyway, if - in the next couple of months - somebody should encounter some little Coy-Collies, we would really like to know. Thanks
    And thanks to Nancy and Mark helping us search....
    33626
    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-10-2019
    03:49 PM MT(US)

    It's UP! Sign up NOW for Band in a Hat #12 at Jamestown Merc near the front door OR email jamforthearts@gmail.com ! Spread the word and get everyone involved, especially those of you who have participated in the past! All ages, styles, levels, and locations are welcome to join!

    DRAWING: NEXT Sunday, February 17th @ 1 p.m. @ Jamestown Merc (need not be present as long as your contact info is on the sign-up sheet). You must be signed up by this date in order to participate as we are unable to accept late entries.

    EVENT: Saturday, April 13th @ 6 p.m. @ JimTown Hall

    Brought to you by JAM - Jamestown Area Artists & Musicians in its 23rd year of supporting The Arts!
    33625
    Nancy and Larry
    02-10-2019
    12:50 PM MT(US)
    Missing Black rough coat collie (like Lassie, but black and white), 8 months old. Wearing a harness with tags for Karina Schaupp. Missing from 555 Hickok Trail since Saturday at 4:30.
    33624
    Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
    02-10-2019
    10:21 AM MT(US)

    A cord was obviously cut on the speed sign in Jamestown. Would welcome a defense of this action.
    33623
    Myles
    02-10-2019
    06:16 AM MT(US)
    Thanks a lot! This is an terrific web-site!

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    33622
    Don Kolinski
    02-09-2019
    04:40 PM MT(US)
    Thanks! Although I wish they would listen better!

    On Sat, Feb 9, 2019, 15:18 QT - Parker <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com wrote:
    33621
    Parker
    02-09-2019
    03:18 PM MT(US)
    I removed it once I saw them heading home. Man, those are great dogs
    33620
    Don K
    02-09-2019
    02:00 PM MT(US)
    Parker, I don't know what happened to your message on this website, but I saw it in my email. Thanks for the heads-up on our errant pooches. We have them now!
    33618
    Mark M
    02-09-2019
    12:51 PM MT(US)

    The table up.
    33617
    Mark M
    02-09-2019
    12:49 PM MT(US)

    Maple coffee table 45x28x16-1/2" Table rises to 26-1/2" to become eating surface while watching tv (also exposes pockets for remote controls). Free - call (720) four seven 2 twenty-three 5 one.
    33616
    AnnamariaPerson was signed in when posted
    02-09-2019
    12:37 PM MT(US)
    Hey, Neighbors!

    Thanks for the offers of space heaters! We have all the heaters we need now.

    Warmly,

    Annamaria
    33615
    Lindsay Tita
    02-09-2019
    10:14 AM MT(US)

    Missing Red Vizsla. Sighted 2/8 headed north on Peak-to-Peak Hwy near Brainard Lake Rd. If seen please try to take a picture, note date, time, location, direction of movement. Call/text 720.532.5420 or email Ltita100785@gmail.com
    33614
    Deborah
    02-09-2019
    06:08 AM MT(US)
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    Edited 02-09-2019 06:08 AM
    33613
    AnnamariaPerson was signed in when posted
    02-08-2019
    07:01 PM MT(US)

    Hey, Neighbors,

    Our heat system is kaput! Brrrr!

    We are getting a new system next week and would greatly appreciate borrowing space heaters for the bedrooms until then.

    Call Sterling at home. 303-449-too four nine too

    Many thanks,

    Annamaria & Sterling
    33612
    Carl
    02-08-2019
    04:14 PM MT(US)
    278 rigdge rd,at the end of road ill walk to the corner, what are you driving so I can look out for you buddy?
    33611
    Buzz Busey
    02-08-2019
    04:11 PM MT(US)
    Carl, house with the solar array in front on Rock Lake, correct?

    On Fri, Feb 8, 2019, 3:46 PM QT - Carl <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com wrote:
    33610
    Carl
    02-08-2019
    03:46 PM MT(US)
    Buzz can u come by buddy an help?
    33609
    Buzz Busey
    02-08-2019
    03:40 PM MT(US)
    On my way...
    Buzz

    On Fri, Feb 8, 2019, 3:39 PM QT - Carl <
    qtopic-16-tBkUdpwhPdua@quicktopic.com wrote:
    33608
    Carl
    02-08-2019
    03:39 PM MT(US)
    I have jumper cables I think I just need a jump? Just need a truck to help me,? Thanks
    33607
    Carl
    02-08-2019
    03:34 PM MT(US)
    I'm in the bar K Ranch area with a broke down vehicle cuz of cold weather battery won't start can someone help me..?🙏🏻
    33606
    JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
    02-08-2019
    09:59 AM MT(US)

    Hey neighbors - this dog is missing and I may have just seen her on the peak to peak heading east from the brainard lake trail head. I've contacted the owners and let them know, but keep your eyes out!
    33605
    Anna
    02-08-2019
    05:23 AM MT(US)
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    33604
    Mathew
    02-07-2019
    12:59 AM MT(US)
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    33603
    Lauri
    02-06-2019
    01:33 PM MT(US)
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    Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
    02-05-2019
    10:04 AM MT(US)

    Oh, it's ON!!! Mark your calendars for our BAND IN A HAT #12 event on Saturday, April 13th @ 6 p.m. at JamesTown Hall!

    Musicians and artists, please SIGN UP to join this unique experience no later than Sunday, February 17th at jamforthearts@gmail.com OR on the sign-up sheets that will be posted at The Merc later this week....

    Please read these instructions carefully and completely! Spread the word and get others to join, especially anyone who has previously been in BIAH!

    DARE TO SUCK!!! But no one ever does.....
    33598
    Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
    02-04-2019
    04:49 PM MT(US)

    Considering renting for $3500 month or selling Black Bear cabin, laurieleemead@yahoo.com, https://www.zillow.com/homedetails/433-Bra...0481/13195047_zpid/
    33597
    NancyR
    02-04-2019
    03:50 PM MT(US)
    Hi all -

    I was expecting several packages today from USPS and the tracking system said they were delivered, but there was no key in my mailbox. I'm guessing that the key got put in the wrong box. If you happened to get my packages, could you give me a call at 9-3454? I'd love to come and get my packages if you have them! Thanks!
    33596
    Courtney JarochPerson was signed in when posted
    02-04-2019
    10:45 AM MT(US)
    Hello women!

    I am thrilled to be back and so excited to see clients starting tomorrow! Thank you for your patience as I settle back into Jamestown from my travels. :)

    Just a reminder...my new Jamestown office hours are...
    Tuesdays 11-4
    Wednesdays 11-4
    Fridays 11-4

    *February special: I am offering 15 FREE extra minutes on 90 minute sessions for new, existing and already booked in clients for the whole month!*

    If your feeling tired, uncomfortable in your body, stressed or just need a little time to find your center and rejuvenate... book yourself in for a soothing therapeutic massage...!

    feel free to book yourself online at http://www.divinewomanrising.com
    or call/text me at 586.337.7058

    love, Courtney
    33595
    Nancy Gould
    02-03-2019
    09:00 PM MT(US)
    To the driver of the white Dodge Ram small pickup who nearly ran over my horses as my friend and I were riding down Rock Lake Road this weekend...didn't appreciate you "tailgating" our horses then flipping us off and shouting "Get off the F---ing road!!!!" as you blasted by us! Patience, understanding and just being NICE goes so much further than this behavior!
    33594
    Tim
    02-03-2019
    10:52 AM MT(US)
    Al, swing on by. 22 Crockett
    33593
    Al
    02-03-2019
    10:20 AM MT(US)
    I just gt a new phone so no pics. He has some markings oon his face and nose.is he still your way i could swing by
    33592
    Tim
    02-03-2019
    08:34 AM MT(US)
    Al, do you have a picture of the blonde lab dog you can send me. Maybe we are talking about the same dog? tdutton dot aggie @ Gmail
    33590
    Al
    02-02-2019
    10:25 PM MT(US)
    Missin blonde lab doggie
    33588
    Tim D
    02-02-2019
    02:10 PM MT(US)
    Anyone missing a male Great Pyrenees mix? He’s hanging out with us a 22 Crockett. Min four zero seven three six eight three 8 0 if he’s yours.
    33587
    Melissa Mc
    02-02-2019
    12:20 PM MT(US)
    Out on a walk this morning we found a Texas Instruments calculator on Jed Smith. It works! Email if you lost it: mjmcginl at gmail
    33586
    Buzz BuseyPerson was signed in when posted
    02-01-2019
    06:26 PM MT(US)
    Greetings,
    I have a Snowjoe Ultra - 21 inch 15 Amp electric snow thrower with LED Light. It comes with an extension cord of unknown length on a spool. Asking $60.

    If you are interested, let me know at hopdevil1 at the gmail type service.
    Buzz
    33584
    Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
    02-01-2019
    11:01 AM MT(US)

    Thanks to everyone who came out to support the Jamestown Elementary Chili Cook-off and Silent Auction.

    The school raised $2447.00.

    Our winners are: First Place-Erika Archer, 2nd Place-Craig Brown, Third Place-Bridget (Green Girl) Johnson, and People's Choice went to Danial Asher, the dad of our newest JT family.

    Thanks all!!
    This is such a nice place to live!
    Edited 02-01-2019 11:02 AM
    33583
    Jackie
    02-01-2019
    10:41 AM MT(US)
    Got some celery! Thank you so much, Margie!
    33580
    Angie Busby
    01-31-2019
    04:47 PM MT(US)
    Hey local friends: I am teaching a Hunter's Education Internet Conclusion Course on February 10th from 9-3pm near Jamestown thru Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

    Here is the link
    https://www.register-ed.com/events/view/137519

    If you have questions after you check out the link, please email me. angie@calwood.org
    33576
    Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
    01-31-2019
    11:39 AM MT(US)
    And IMPORTANT DATE CHANGE for the upcoming Science talk by Ray Buland.

    The Entertaining Science Presentation will be on Tuesday FEBRUARY 19th

    So far the topic is a TIE between the History of The Rocky Mountains and The Extinction of Dinosaurs

    Be the tie breaker!
    33575
    Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
    01-31-2019
    11:38 AM MT(US)

    VERY EXCITING ADDITION TO THE MERC CALENDAR!

    Bluegrass Pick on the First Monday of the month-

    (That’s THIS Monday)

    Come on down for some sweet tunes.

    Led by our own very talented Melissa McGinley!
    33572
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    01-31-2019
    09:26 AM MT(US)
    Is anyone headed down to Boulder tomorrow (Friday) afternoon or evening that would kindly give me a ride?

    Thank you and happy day to all!
    Julia
    0370
    Juliasummers2 at gmail dot com
    33571
    Kim Renner Busey
    01-31-2019
    09:22 AM MT(US)
    Pretty sure it was Jack! Thanks Jack for plowing Crockett too. He also plowed a path to the Free Library. Thanks, Jack!
    33570
    Greg & Cindy
    01-31-2019
    07:35 AM MT(US)
    THANK YOU ! to the person who plowed out the entry to my drive up on Rock Lake Rd. Much appreciated !
    33565
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    01-29-2019
    05:15 PM MT(US)
    Thank you Chris. Rose has a ride.
    33561
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    01-29-2019
    12:12 PM MT(US)
    Is anyone coming up from Boulder or Longmont tonight that could pick up Rose? She finishes class at Front Range (Hover and Diagonal) at 6 and can be at the Boulder Safeway (Iris and 28th) at 6:30.

    Her phone is 720.447.6299.
    Email is roseanasummers at gmail dot com

    Thank you!
    33560
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    01-29-2019
    10:20 AM MT(US)
    Got a ride! Thank you Pat Dougherty, and Hempys for the offer!
    33559
    Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
    01-29-2019
    10:08 AM MT(US)
    I would like to get our pickup truck that's in Jamestown. Anybody heading down the hill anytime in the next hour or so?
    karendevincenzoATgmail.com Thanks!
    33557
    Dereck ToddPerson was signed in when posted
    01-28-2019
    05:35 PM MT(US)
    Hi neighbors,

    Local JT mountain business "Touch of Class Paint, Stain & Remodel" is available for repairs or remodeling. You can reach me by email, derecktodd@gmail.com or by phone Seven20-999-081two
    Thank you and take care.
    33556
    Dina G
    01-28-2019
    08:48 AM MT(US)
     I second Holly‘s post regarding taking extra time this morning if you are headed down the hill. Olde Stage Road was not plowed and it’s very slippery at the intersection of Lee Hill Road and Olde stage Road. Traffic is backed up from Jay Road to Lee Hill Road on Highway 36, so it is slow going and slippery.
    33555
    Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
    01-28-2019
    08:35 AM MT(US)

    Hello Jamestown area neighbors!

    We will be continuing our wintertime Neighbor to Neighbor Tuesday evening Educational Series.

    On Tuesday February 26th, we will have an educational Scientific talk given by our extremely talented Bar K Neighbor, Ray Buland.

    Because he has such a vast collection of fascinating lectures already prepared, we all thought it would be fun to have the interested community pick the topic. The options are listed below. Let us know by email, QT or in person at the Merc. We’ll announce the winner and topic of Ray’s Science talk end of next week.
    Email address: jamestownmercantilecafe@gmail.com

    The choices are:
    1. Sudden (Dinosaur) Death: about the meteor impact that killed off the dinosaurs.

    2. Tsunamis: with some cool animations.

    3. Floods of Lava: about flood basalts--trust me that it's way better than it sounds.

    4. Volcanos: a talk about more conventional volcanos (the biggest known eruption happened in Colorado near Creed)

    5. Rocky Mountains: how the Rockies came to be
    33554
    Holly Saracco
    01-28-2019
    07:09 AM MT(US)
    Take extra time this morning. The roads are incredibly slick in Boulder. I passed several accidents on the diagonal. The plows are out, but several of the main roads haven’t been plowed yet.
    33550
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    01-27-2019
    05:01 PM MT(US)
    https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environ...rming-polar-vortex/#
    33549
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    01-27-2019
    04:44 PM MT(US)
    I found this interesting and thought I’d share:

         If climate change is warming the world, why are winters getting colder?
         National Geographic

         Weather and climate aren't the same thing, meaning you can expect harsher winters in a warming world.
         Read the full story


    I’m not sure if the link will work, but the article is not hard to find.
    33548
    Kim Renner Busey
    01-27-2019
    04:04 PM MT(US)
    I am looking for a couple of galvanized watering troughs, oval would be the preferred shape. If you have one or more you don't use, let me know. Thanks. x0456
    Edited 01-27-2019 04:05 PM
    33544
    Rose
    01-27-2019
    11:20 AM MT(US)
    Hey,

    Just wanted to post one last message asking if anybody is driving to Boulder today and could give me a ride so I can see one of my friends, I’m happy to pay gas money. My home phone is 459 0370 and my email is roseanasummers at gmail.
    33543
    Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
    01-27-2019
    07:46 AM MT(US)
    Today is the day! Hope to see all your beautiful faces at the town hall for the Chili Cook-off from 5-7 pm. Please bring cash or checks because the school has no capability to accept credit cards.
    33539
    Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
    01-26-2019
    12:51 PM MT(US)
    My granddaughter’s car couldn’t make it On Rice hill. Her car is a white Honda Civic with turquoise trim parked at mail boxes. Jus so U know!
    33533
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    01-25-2019
    05:44 PM MT(US)
    Thanks for the ride Chris!
    33530
    Julia & RosePerson was signed in when posted
    01-25-2019
    11:15 AM MT(US)
    Is anyone heading up from Boulder today who might give me a ride?

    Thank you,

    Julia
    Juliasummers2@gmail.com
    7/883 3849
    iMessage works too.
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