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36048
Doug WendelPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
03:42 PM MT(US)
Blizzak tires with wheels for sale.

Just one season of use! I no longer have this car so they aren’t doing me any good. The size is 235/45R17. They fit my Subaru Impreza but will of course work with other vehicles as well if overall tire radius is correct. These tires come with wheels.

New price for all was over $1200. Asking $600 to move them quickly.
36047
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
12:37 PM MT(US)
Yes, I held my Momma's hand. It was touching. Pun not intended.

Also, I reported the traffic light to the Sheriff, and asked him to get the contractor up here.
36046
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
12:31 PM MT(US)
Sunday Reflection: https://sundayreflectionjt.wordpress.com/2...apple-cider-season/
36045
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
09:11 AM MT(US)
Yeah, the uphill side of the traffic light by Elliot's pitch is on the fritz.
36044
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
09:07 AM MT(US)
Glad you like the new chairs Lefty. I though they looked nice and were reasonably heavy for the wind. Ironically KT had already been following exactly the same EBTH offering in Mead that Beth posted.

A couple of folks asked about it so here is the background info. ebth.com (Everything But The House) is an on line estate sale site. KT has found some nice items and been able to win a few auctions at good prices.
36043
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
09:03 AM MT(US)
KT tells me that she sat for a looong time at the red light below town this morning on the way back up and it never turned. Proceed with care.
36042
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
08:33 AM MT(US)
Robert, did you hold her hand so YOU wouldn't get lost in the crowd, like your mom did when she took you to the amusement park when you were a child.
36041
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-24-2017
06:31 AM MT(US)
I took my mom to Carousel of Happiness in Nederland - and it was extraordinarily fun.
Great for kids or grownups.
http://www.carouselofhappiness.org/
Thanks to SteveE for turning me on to this.
36040
Aidan_Mesa_StPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2017
02:44 PM MT(US)

Happy Fall JT
36038
ErynnPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2017
10:29 AM MT(US)

One of our JT mountain cuties needs to have these, Lola has out grown them:(

Size 7.5 little kids

I'm around all weekend text or call and you can swing by and grab them:) Erynn at 143 Mesa ; 720-425-2867
36037
Dereck ToddPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2017
08:42 AM MT(US)
Hi friends and neighbors. This is Dereck of touch of class custom painting and construction. My phone broke while I was out of town and I lost all my #'s. If you have work scheduled with me or need work please call me at 7209990812. Thank you.
36036
Bear Tracker ReportPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2017
08:06 AM MT(US)

What does an Bear Tracker Report look like to SOB after it's submitted? It shows up as a simple email alert with information you provide. Incident details are important because those activity categories are a bit broad.

The Bear Tracker is getting some minor edits and will soon have a more detailed area map. The most recent reports suggest a mix of folks making great effort to help bears in town feel less welcome, and a handful of folks could really up their game and eliminate attractants and opportunities for habituation.

On that note, at this point in the season, it would be truly helpful to eliminate the birdfeeders until midwinter when there's less chance of incidental access by bears. If you have empty hummingbird feeders dangling, please take them down, clean and store them until next year.

BEARS WILL NOT HIBERNATE UNTIL FOOD SUPPLY RUNS OUT AND THEY BEGIN BURNING MORE CALORIES THAN THEY CONSUME. Last year that was after Thanksgiving!
36035
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-22-2017
09:14 PM MT(US)

Get outta the rain for GRATEFUL DEAD DANCE PARTY!!

Saturday eve-

We've got such a fun line up, CRAZY chicken FINGERS, Bourbon St mashers and gravy, Greens and more...

DEAD SET plays. It's gonna be a fun dance party, join us!
36034
oakPerson was signed in when posted
09-22-2017
07:19 PM MT(US)
steve and nancy- i love you
thanks for keeping us informed, entertained, and connected!
36033
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-22-2017
12:03 PM MT(US)
Hello Jimtowners and JimBillys wherever you are. The Movie Matron is forecasting a high probability of clouds and rain this weekend in beautiful metropolitan Jamestown, a perfect excuse to curl up on the couch and watch a good movie. Finding something good to watch is a no-brainer. Just pick something from the JimFlix reviews at http://www.jamestownspeaks.org/jimflix/
36032
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-22-2017
10:28 AM MT(US)

Tonight!

Deeeee-licious Pizza Pie and the beautiful sounds of Meredith Wilder.

6-8

Catch the pretty weather.
36031
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-22-2017
05:34 AM MT(US)

Snake van Habanero's Saturday Matinee - 2:00 - 4:00. This week's offering is "ROADSIDE PROPHETS", a road romp thru the wilderness in search of Eldorado. Learn all about the elusive Kwiwi Fish, desert biker golf, and roman candles. Whew! I always enjoy some company.
36030
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-21-2017
11:37 PM MT(US)
Concrete mix - 1.5 bags, free, in the old wheelbarrow in my driveway.
rhastings2004@gmail.com 303 442 1805, or just pick it up.
Edited 09-21-2017 11:57 PM
36029
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-21-2017
08:38 PM MT(US)
Thanks so much to Bert L. The wrought iron chairs are a great addition to our town square. I'm pretty sure they will get a lot of use in the coming years.
36028
PiesPerson was signed in when posted
09-21-2017
09:57 AM MT(US)

Merc pies this week: Blueberry Rhubarb and Maple Walnut
36027
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-21-2017
09:36 AM MT(US)

Dumpster Open on Mesa AFTER SCHOOL today! Orange Bag Trash only!
Lots of Bear activity. Keep your car Clean and Locked !

Save Our Bears ~ Please and Thank You for your cooperation.

SOB John
Edited 09-21-2017 06:19 PM
36026
ChuckandannePerson was signed in when posted
09-21-2017
08:22 AM MT(US)
We are sorry about Norm Bowers' passing. Remember him well from our days living in Ward.
36025
joe reichertPerson was signed in when posted
09-21-2017
07:59 AM MT(US)
Free unused Weber grill cover. Wheels w/tires for a rototiller or maybe other small machine, 4.8"x8", 1" shaft. Also, iris bulbs and succulents. 720-243-1510
Edited 09-21-2017 11:16 AM
36024
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
09-21-2017
07:08 AM MT(US)
Well, lefty, depends on if you like breaded, fried, steamed... ;)

I guess a preference is just a preference, but I think (and I'm not a fish bio.) cutthroat would be the only native trout in our creeks, but only down to a certain elevation. Obviously we've only got a few tiny,protected populations of that species left in the state. Of course, with all the water diversion and landscape changes and introduction of sport fishing $pecie$, I think at this point we're stuck with what we have. And there's some regulations around moving, transferring, or stocking fish.

On a positive note but completely off-topic (if one likes birds), two juvenile peregrine falcons were released back into the "wild" above JT on Tuesday. They were from Denver, and ended up at Birds of Prey last spring. We have the terrain, and maybe they'll like it enough to hang around or return next spring. Pretty awesome.
36023
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
09:36 PM MT(US)
...and Joy's first drink is on the Merc.
Ouch.
36022
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
09:35 PM MT(US)

Thursday Dinner with KOMBUCHA COCKTAILS

Check em out!

Jamestown's Cliffhouse with Vodka, Bitters and Lime.

A true Jamestown drink to go with the

Annual Jamestown Wild Rosehip Chicken Dinner
36021
Buzz & Kim in the Bar-KPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
08:08 PM MT(US)
Free to a good home. 33" * 22" Stainless steel 2 compartment sink with faucet and soap dispenser. If no takers, it will be donated to Resource next week.
-O456
36020
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
06:24 PM MT(US)
Joy , I've left a message for Andy about signage, and I would definitely challenge that ticket. BS.
36019
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
06:09 PM MT(US)
Andy, it seems we need better signage for speed limits during construction.
36018
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
06:06 PM MT(US)
Ouch. On an other topic what are the preferred species of trout? brookies,cutthrout.
36017
Joy BostonPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
05:53 PM MT(US)
Warning! Sheriff giving tickets to people going over 20 mph in James canyon. I got pulled over this morning 11:15 for going slightly over 35 mph in the area between where they are working. Fines doubled so he gave me a$350 fine.
It is very unclear with the signs as to whether we are required to go 20 mph for the entire length of James Canyon or just where the signs are. The cop was not into talking about it, he said there are complaints about people going too fast and that I should spread the word that they are going to patrol and give tickets. So on the way home,
I noticed the 20 mph sign at the beginning but there is no sign to say when it ends. Just be careful, until we find out if the speed limit is 20 mph for the whole canyon, you too could get hit with a big ticket if the Sheriff happens to catch you.
36016
The Farmer SistersPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
05:53 PM MT(US)

Hey Jimtowners! We're playing the Laughing Goat this Friday, and it's going to be a really special show! We would love to see your faces there.

Lauren Joy & Jason Edel will be opening the show 8:00-9:00 pm and you will not want to miss them! Lauren's soulful melodies and captivating stage presence will blow your mind. Then we will follow 9:00-11:00 pm with special guest Colin Robison on some featured songs. We've also got some brand new songs and 3-part lady harmonies worked up with Lauren. This is going to be a fun one, hope you can make it :)
36015
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
04:34 PM MT(US)
Ya gotta hike up high for the native fish....
36014
Angie at Cal-WoodPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
04:25 PM MT(US)

Free! Let me know if you are interested angie@calwood.org
Needs a grill rack in the big compartment and a nice bath. Otherwise great condition!
36013
MillissaPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
03:58 PM MT(US)
The James Creek Watershed Initiative is having a creek restoration day on Saturday, September 30 from 9:00 AM until about noon.
We will be meeting at 145 Main – the community gardens area just west of the Post Office.

Please come out and support the effort! We will be planting riparian and upland vegetation – shrubs, small trees, grasses, etc. - along the creek side and on the open space property. We will also be spreading seed and mulch.

The effort will enhance the habitat, remove weeds and undesirable plant species, reduce erosion, and help create a beautiful natural area in the heart of town.

Please wear good shoes and gloves and bring any tools – wheel barrows, shovels, buckets, rakes, etc. – that will help in the effort.
If interested, contact Millissa at millissaberry at yahoo.com or just show up on Saturday, September 30th! Hope to see you there!
36012
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
03:43 PM MT(US)
Just food for thought, but most of the fish caught in the creek are nonnative, predatory, outnumber the species that belong here and despite this are purposefully stocked for those who wish to catch/release, or eat them. If someone ate a rainbow or brown, they're kinda doing the system a favor, in my humble opinion. Personally, I don't think I'd want to eat one though...Ewww.

On another topic, really bummed lately to see how the creek is treated as a disposal system, with all the handfuls of weeds, fruit peels, watermelon rinds and un-retrieved plastic crap floating past. Guess it's just too inconvenient to deal with. So sad. :(
36011
Kelly KytePerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
10:24 AM MT(US)
Hello Everyone, in wandering through the river with Grayson's nephews two days ago I came upon a fish that had been filleted that had to be no bigger then 10" when it was alive. As a fly fisher who practices catch and release I am pretty upset about the fact that someone is killing our fish. The river has just started to return to health after the flood, and Grayson and I have only recently been seeing more of a healthy fish population. If the person who killed the fish is in town, please stop! Our river is never going to bounce back if you keep taking out the fish. Thank you everyone.
36010
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2017
08:11 AM MT(US)

THURSDAY- At The Merc-

ANNUAL JAMESTOWN WILD ROSE HIP CHICKEN DINNER

With potatoes, veggies, salad, bread.

MUSIC BY-

UNION SOUND TREATY

check em out!

www.unionsoundtreaty.com
36009
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2017
11:47 PM MT(US)
Smaller "Medium" sized dark reddish brown bear with lighter, very narrow muzzle prowling town. This one needs your best spanking.
36008
Michael BoxPerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2017
08:16 PM MT(US)

Free couch! No pets or smoking. Some stains, but very comfy. Give a call:7209349431
36007
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2017
06:48 PM MT(US)

Happy 60th Birthday Mark! "Wisch-ing" you the best!
36006
Barb PPerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2017
10:38 AM MT(US)
David, we are so sorry about Norm! He was an amazing guy, who came to my rescue in '97 at the beginning of the October blizzard - he was certainly my hero! One of the best!!! You and your family are in our hearts and prayers!
Barb & Tom Petruzzi
36005
Mary HubbardPerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2017
10:22 AM MT(US)
Hi Friends and Neighbors.
I have a box of misc. fabric and crafty stuff seeking a new home. If interested let me know. Mary Hubbard
36004
Terry PPerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2017
07:22 AM MT(US)
David, Deepest condolences.
36003
DavidLPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
08:49 PM MT(US)
David, I'm sorry to hear that. Wishing you, Henry and Hayden well.
36002
Vic harrisPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
08:14 PM MT(US)
☯️ T'ai Chi at pavilion at 5:30 Tuesday.
All are welcome. There will no further T'ai Chi until Tues. Oct.3rd Location to be determined based on weather.☯️
36001
David MPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
08:08 PM MT(US)
I wanted to let folks know that Norm Bowers died yesterday. Norm has been the Ward Town Marshall and Fire Chief forever, he was also my stepfather, grandpa to Hayden and Henry, and longtime mountain man. He was basically worn out. He was at home with his awesome wife and Jamestown School teacher, Gay Paxton. The plan is for a celebration of life on the weekend of the 30th. We'll let you know.
36000
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
03:56 PM MT(US)
Hi Emily-
What's the beneficiary of the event?
35999
Town HallPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
03:49 PM MT(US)
This just in from the Boulder County Sheriff's Office (FYI):

Boulder County will be in higher fire danger on Tuesday, no burning will be allowed
Boulder County, Colo. - We anticipate that the National Weather Service (NWS) will be issuing either a Fire Weather Watch, or a Red Flag Warning tomorrow, Tuesday, September 19, due to the forecast of hot temperatures and high wind. Both a Watch and a Warning will automatically put fire restrictions (fire ban) in place in unincorporated Boulder County.

On any day where there is a Red Flag or Fire Weather Watch in place, it is illegal to do any burning, including: charcoal grills, camp fires/pits, chimineas, fireworks, outdoor welding, shooting tracer rounds or explosive type targets. The fire restrictions included both public and private land in unincorporated Boulder County. Only devices that are liquid fueled or gas fueled are allowed.

The forecast for Tuesday is to have wind gusts to 50 miles per hour are possible over the higher terrain and gusts to 40 miles per hour are possible at lower elevations. The temperature is expected to reach 70’s to the low 80’s around Boulder County.

Fire Weather Watch: Be Prepared. A Watch alerts land managers that upcoming weather conditions could result in critical fire weather conditions, which are expected to develop in the next 12 to 48 hours, but not more than 72 hours.

Red Flag Warning: Take Action. Be extremely careful with open flames. NWS issues a Red Flag Warning, in conjunction with land management agencies, to alert land managers to an ongoing or imminent critical fire weather pattern. NWS issues a Red Flag Warning when fire conditions are ongoing or expected to occur within the next 24 hours.
35998
J DakinPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
02:35 PM MT(US)
Excellent. I think I have all the information I need for now. Thank you to DavidL, Hillary C, Steve E, and 2Lus for your input. Much appreciated.
35997
2LusPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
02:28 PM MT(US)
Dakin: I have WiFi calling on my iPhone 6 for calls and texts. It works perfectly as long as CenturyLink is functioning, which is almost all the time these days. I've never had much luck with any consistent cell service anywhere in town.
35996
2LusPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
02:25 PM MT(US)

FOR SALE:
4 snow tires in excellent condition.
Hankook i*pike RW 11, 215/70R16 100T

Only one winter season on them; Plenty of tread!
$300 for all four OBO; Must buy all four

https://denver.craigslist.org/wto/6311342490.html
35995
Karen ZupkoPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
02:23 PM MT(US)
If whomever thought, understandably, that the small roll of barbed wire at the bottom of my driveway was a freebie could please return it, I would be happy. I have a use for it and it is expensive. I do not need a big roll, just the small one that was there. Thanks!
,
35994
Emily- LumberjackPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
01:26 PM MT(US)

The Ultimate Lumberjack Games creates an opportunity for "weekend lumberjacks" to test out their brawn while raising money for a great cause. These events may sound intimidating but are modified for Jacks and Jills of all sizes to participate. Crews of 5 will compete to take home the title of the Ultimate Lumberjack Crew as well as other epic prizes!
35992
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
10:39 AM MT(US)
Help needed: I will be running from Parker to Mead picking up furniture that my lovely bride purchased. I expect to be back in JT somewhere around 6PM and could use some help to unload a dining room set at 67 Main (across from the fire hall) On the plus side for "Lefty" and others the haul includes 4 metal patio chairs to donate and I have four other outdoor chairs I can also add. Burt 7twooh-272-8O31
35991
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2017
05:57 AM MT(US)
Hi Aidan. I have a leather love seat, needing a little repair to a cushion, you might be interested in. Dark green - $30.
35990
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
08:17 PM MT(US)
J Dakin, if your coming to Jamestown and can't get Verizon DSL yoy can look into JT Internet which is a wireless system. There's something similar in the BAR-K but I don't know what it's called.
35989
Will LPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
07:56 PM MT(US)
C'MON! BRING YOUR CAN DOWN TO THE MERC!
Bring a non-perishable food item to the Benefit for Community Food Share at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, 2017.
From 7-8:30 p.m. I'll be giving an interactive presentation on EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS* (*but were afraid to ask).
I've been a relationship coach for over 30 years and want to give back to my mountain community. Join us!
Will Limón, MSW
WillHelpYouNow@outlook.com
35988
Hillary CPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
07:09 PM MT(US)
Hi J Dakin. We use internet + Verizon range extender. It costs about $250 from the Verizon store but it works like a charm... as long as the internet is up.
35987
Aidan_Mesa_StPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
06:16 PM MT(US)
Does anyone have an extra couch or patio furniture they would be happy to part ways with?
35986
DavidLPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
02:31 PM MT(US)
Dakin, every Tmobile phone I've ever had has wifi calling, you just connect to wifi in your house for calls and texts. It works great as long as there's not a power or internet service outage. Other carriers have some phones / plans that have the feature, you'd have to check on yours.
35985
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
02:09 PM MT(US)
Just got our tix to the Nutcracker to see Mesa Rose dance!! Thanks so much for posting the info, Lisa!

One slight clarification is that the first show on Friday, November 24th is at 2 p.m. (not 7). That's the show we're attending if anyone wants to join us!
35984
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
01:54 PM MT(US)

Hi! This is Elise! I am selling these Payback Books full of great coupons to lots of local places to raise money for the Manhattan Middle School PE program. The books cost $20 and the money goes to buying new PE equipment. Please call (3o3) 545-55o2 if you would like to buy one. I am selling them this week and collecting the money, and I will then bring the book to you next week.

There are lots of discounts to great places, like restaurants, coffee, clothing stores, and entertainment! Some great ideas on what to do with coupons you might not use are to have a coupon trading party with other people who bought the books OR to give coupons that you know others will use as a holiday or birthday gift! Our family always gets a book but never uses the discount ski coupons, so we give them to our skier friends!

Thank you to the friends who already bought a book and for all your support!
35983
J DakinPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
01:42 PM MT(US)
Hi Everyone,

New user here. My fiance' and I will hopefully be joining your fine community sometime early 2018. We are currently located in Altona/Longmont (right near the bison farm on Nelson). I have a question about cellular service in Jamestown. I know that the cabin we are looking at does not get service from Verizon. What do you guys all do to get service? Is it another provider? Network extenders?

Thank you for any insight.

Best,
Dakin
35982
Lisa CassPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
01:28 PM MT(US)

Tickets for the Boulder Ballet Company's Nutcracker performances are now available. Mesa Rose will be dancing in all six shows this year. Picture is from last year when she was a mini sugar plum fairy- this year she will be a cookie. This show is a super fun way to kick off the holiday season- hope you can make it.

Dates are:

Macky Auditiorium with Boulder Symphony Orchestra:
Fri Nov 24 2pm
Sat Nov 25th 2pm and 7pm
Sunday Nov 26th 2pm
Tickets: http://boulderphil.org/concerts/2017-18-se...e-nutcracker-ballet

Gordon Gamm Theater in Longmont with Longmont Symphony Orchestra:
Sat Dec 2 at 4pm
Sunday Dec 3 at 2pm
Tickets: http://longmontsymphony.org/tickets/
Edited 09-17-2017 04:28 PM
35981
Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
11:57 AM MT(US)
Pop on by this afternoon from 3:00 - 6:00 for a Potluck & Pickin' Porch Party at my place - 60 Cemetery Road. Sorry for late notice - I had forgotten to post earlier on the QT - tried to invite people personally, but I fear that I left some folks out. Everybody's welcome! As for potluck, we're just having snacks, it's not a meal, so don't feel bad if you don't have something to bring - We have stuff to nosh on, for sure. I've got a few beers and some wine and lots of nonachoholic beverages,too - or feel free to bring what you like to drink, and instruments if you want to play. Come rain or shine - it's a COVERED porch! Woohoo!
35980
Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
10:12 AM MT(US)

Enjoy Andrea's Mexican meal and an (optional) hour of games with friends! THIS Friday, 9/22 - RSVP now - 303-258-0799.
35979
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2017
08:40 AM MT(US)
Sunday Reflection: https://sundayreflectionjt.wordpress.com/2017/09/17/buddies/
35978
Matthew DPerson was signed in when posted
09-16-2017
10:35 PM MT(US)
I am looking for some help digging two trenches on high street this week, and maybe some other manual labor. A few hours or a few days . Call or text or come by 52 high street, above the fire department. Matthew 603 fivetwozero sevensixfiveone
35977
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-16-2017
08:17 PM MT(US)
One more time, looking to have someone donate like 2 wood chairs or maybe wrought iron, something that won't blow away, no tables needed. Just trying to make it kinda spiffy.
35976
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-16-2017
07:04 PM MT(US)
BEAR UPDATE ! Neighbor saw (very close) small Redish/Black Bear. Possibly a cub w/ Mom near by.
Mama Bears can be very aggressive/protective and dangerous! BE CAREFUL !

SOB John
35975
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-16-2017
06:46 PM MT(US)

BEAR ALERT !!! Young Black Bear roaming Spruce St. above school.
Be alert and let your neighbors know if you see it.

SAVE OUR BEARS ! Please !

SOB John ( that's not me in the pic but that is how to haze a bear ;)
Edited 09-16-2017 06:48 PM
35974
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-16-2017
10:58 AM MT(US)
Snake van Habanero's Sat. Matinee is canceled for this week. Got some sad news and don't have the enthusiasm at the moment. Next week, next week. SvH
35973
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
09-16-2017
08:27 AM MT(US)

Got a ride from this guy...thanks all.
35972
Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
09-16-2017
08:06 AM MT(US)

EBTH Auction in Mead ends tomorrow night- highest bid as of now $10.00
Edited 09-16-2017 08:07 AM
35971
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
11:00 PM MT(US)
Give it up. someones got that patio furniture we need for the pad.
35970
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
10:44 PM MT(US)
Great light show and an ok movie
35969
Eric FPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
07:18 PM MT(US)
FREE TO A GOOD HOME:
  3 sheets of 1/2 sheet rock
  2 sheets of 7/16 OSB sheathing
You need to be able to get them by Saturday.
Text me at 97O 227-3I46
Eric
35968
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
06:55 PM MT(US)

never found a ride but we got 2 stray dogs....anybody recognize them ?
35967
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
03:51 PM MT(US)
Anyone cruising down to Boulder that could
give me a ride to pick up my car at Devon's on Pearl?
Call or Qt - Thanks 303-459-3359
35966
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
03:10 PM MT(US)

Snake van Habanero's Saturday Matinee, 2:00-4:00. Deedle-eedle-eeee . . . This weeks optical delusion is a road movie, "ROADSIDE PROPHETS", a rambunctious romp across Nevada in search of Eldorado. It features John Doe from X, Arlo Guthrie, the Kung Fu guy, Timothy Leary, and a guy with various maladies contracted from living near the Nevada Test Site. Lots of Zen mania to keep ya guessing. I always enjoy some company.
35965
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
12:51 PM MT(US)

And one last thing...

We love MATT SKINNER BAND so much that we are making Jamestown's perhaps favorite meal Saturday: meatloaf, with mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy and green beans

Settle in Saturday for an easy night of Country tunes and Country cookin.
35964
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-15-2017
11:29 AM MT(US)

Details for DRIVE IN MOVIE!

Kids film starts at 7 if it's dark enough...

Then intermission... then BLUES BROTHERS at 8.

PIZZA will be available at The Merc from 5-7

Grab a pie for the park!
35963
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
09:00 PM MT(US)
Lets see, $15 x 1.5 hours x 7days = a gross paycheck of 157.50 a week. At $10 an hour it would be $10 x 1.5 x 7days =a gross pay check of $105.
35962
Town HallPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
05:01 PM MT(US)
Town of Jamestown
JOB OPENING - Assistant Water Operator

Jamestown Water Operations is now hiring an Assistant Water Operator. For the job description, please visit the website or stop by the Town Hall.

http://jamestownco.org/jobs/

THANK YOU!!
Edited 09-14-2017 05:12 PM
35961
MillissaPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
03:12 PM MT(US)
The James Creek Watershed Initiative is looking for help tomorrow to pull weeds on the open space property at 145/153 Main (community garden area) in preparation for revegetation efforts. JCWI is willing to pay $12 / hr for about 3 to 4 hours of work for weeding. Friday the 15th starting at 9 AM. Hope to see you there!
35960
Eric FPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
12:15 PM MT(US)
You can report Unsafe Aggressive Driving to the Colorado State Patrol by dialing *CSP:

http://www.colorado.gov/pacific/csp/report-aggressive-driver
35959
Joe RyanPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
12:05 PM MT(US)
Another double-yellow passing incident this morning (about 7:45 am) -- a black Nissan Murano, I think, convertible, CO 610 ZTF, dark windows. We were about a mile below Jamestown, just below the one-lane construction on the hairpin corner. Reported to the sheriff.

After passing me, the Murano driver passed a group of six cyclists descending the canyon. The cyclists were descending quickly, probably average speed of about 25+ mph. No need to pass them with all of the construction vehicles and stops, but this driver passed them around one blind curve and finished passing just before another blind curve.

Had any vehicle been coming the other way, would have been a bad accident. Stupid driving.
35958
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
11:31 AM MT(US)

This weekend keeps getting better and better!

SATURDAY-

One of the best country bands you'll ever see-
We are always in awe of this Country star/

MATT SKINNER BAND

Come on down and enjoy this band. They are absolutely the best.
35957
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
09:12 AM MT(US)

Mesa Dumpster Open after School. ORANGE BAG TRASH ONLY !
Leave no trash unattended!

Save Our Bears ! Please !

SOB John
35956
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
09-14-2017
08:20 AM MT(US)
Photo radar guy at the bottom of Lee Hill. Happy Trails!!!
35955
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
10:55 PM MT(US)
So we are still looking for a few chairs for the pad. I know someones holding out. Got that perfect piece of patio furniture that they are not using. Give it up.
35954
MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
06:27 PM MT(US)

Amaretto Cherry Berry and 3-Layer Chocolate Lime pies at the Merc starting Thursday, along with Pecan Chocolate Chip and Coconut Peanut cookies.
35953
MillissaPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
03:38 PM MT(US)
The James Creek Watershed Initiative is looking for help on Friday the 15th - 9 AM - to pull weeds on the open space property at 145/153 Main (community garden area) in preparation for revegetation efforts. JCWI is willing to pay $12 / hr for about 3 to 4 hours of work for weeding.

Site prep will happen Saturday the 16th and the volunteer planting day on Saturday the 30th.

Please join us for planting and seeding on Saturday, September 30 from 9 AM until about noon. Please wear good shoes and gloves and bring shovels, buckets, rakes if you have them.
35952
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
02:31 PM MT(US)
Bike is gone. Thanx to those interested. SvH
35951
Karen ZupkoPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
12:51 PM MT(US)
Just found this link for student loan repayment program for alternative health practitioners who are willing to do alternative health science research. Some requirements, college degree, US citizen, etc. Up to $70K repayment per 2 yr commitment. Avg of 50% applicant approval. https://nccih.nih.gov/research/blog/repay-student-loans
Edited 09-13-2017 12:57 PM
35950
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
11:33 AM MT(US)
Fuels reduction work to begin on National Forest near Jamestown:
http://jvfd-ems.org/news/fuels-reduction-w...r-meeker-jamestown/
35949
Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
11:05 AM MT(US)

Falls are the number one cause of death by injury for Americans over age 65. As hardy mountain folks, let's beat the statistics and be the survivors!
Learn how to prevent falls at "A Matter of Balance" workshop series. Mondays, 9/18 - 11/6, 9:30am-11:30am, Nederland Presbyterian Church. Register in advance at 303-258-0799.
35948
oakPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2017
10:00 AM MT(US)
Friends and Neighbors,
Many of you have walked past this amazing traditional yurt that we bought from Mongolia, and set up across from our house.
Now, we're going to have to sell it....so sad!
Here's the craigslist listing that describes it.
If anyone is interested, please call.
At the end of the month we're going to take it down to show at a Tiny House Expo in Ft. Collins to sell.
Call us 7two0-266-4oh67

https://boulder.craigslist.org/for/d/mongo...ale/6291863960.html
35946
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
09:29 PM MT(US)

FRIDAY NIGHT IS THE DRIVE IN MOVIE!!!

We'll be playing an animated short film for the kids movie, followed by perhaps the best musical film of all time...

BLUES BROTHERS

Inspired by the line "Illinois Nazis! I hate Illinois Nazis!"

Bring blankets or chairs. Please plan to park in rows with the help of the parking crew.

IMPORTANT INFO TO NOTE:
The Merc will only be open for pizza from 5-7pm so that anyone who wants to can grab a pizza. Then the Merc will stop taking orders after 7 so that everyone can boogie down to The Blues Brothers in the big park.

Please order pizzas between 5 and 7 if you'd like to eat pizza, either at The Merc before 7 or take out for the park!

We'll have a real radio transmitter thanks to WAY HIGH RADIO, so you can come and sit comfortably in your car.
35945
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
09:14 PM MT(US)

THURSDAY!

We've got a groovy night of music by GREEN BUDDHA-

Power trio collaboration featuring Seth Strickland, Otis Lande and Johnny Jyemo. It will be a funky reggae party as these Boulder musicians get down. Think of it as Sublime fueled vibes with sir ins by Jyemo Club, Alcapones, Intuit, Big Medicine Gang, Power Lung Rangers and more!

By TWO requests... we will be having GREEN BUDDHA BOWL SALADS!

Chicken or Vegan- with plenty of delicious produce from the bounty of the season.
35944
Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
01:53 PM MT(US)
FYI:
Boulder County and the Boulder Office of Emergency Management will be facilitating a session of Better Together at the Four Mile Fire Department, Poorman Fire Station (1740 Fourmile Canyon Dr., Boulder, 80302).

What is Better Together?

Better Together explores the meaning of resilience and the role of emergency management, and helps individuals develop personal skills and connections to navigate emergency situations.

The course consists of three sessions and features a variety of interactive exercises, group discussions, guest speakers, and activities aimed at developing a mindset of resilience in the context of a variety of hazards. Participants who complete the three-session course will be better equipped to build resilience in their communities and increase capacity to help protect themselves, their family, and their neighbors during any emergency.

A video about Better Together can be found here: https://youtu.be/cKveG9PIfQY

How to get involved?

The schedule for the Unincorporated Boulder County session is as follows:
Three evenings on October 2nd, 9th, and 16th, 6-8:30 pm (dinner is provided)
Four Mile Fire Department, Poorman Fire Station, 1740 Fourmile Canyon Dr
Cost: free

To register, please apply online: http://www.resilienttogether.org/better-together

Each class is limited to a maximum of 25 participants. The first 25 people with desired availability (i.e. are available to attend all three sessions) and thoughtful responses will be accepted.

If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail me at: karrington@bouldercounty.org
35943
Laurie LeePerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
10:32 AM MT(US)
New to the area and looking for help putting in a fence for my dog. Paying high hourly wage for help putting in T Posts and attaching welding wire. Also looking for used walking gates and driveway gates. Thanks! Laurieleemead@yahoo.com
35942
Mary BrownPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
10:02 AM MT(US)
To the person who stole the planter from in front of the Church Sun night, I hope you take good care of it and enjoy it as much as we did.
35941
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
08:58 AM MT(US)
Robert, talk to Krista at town office and pay her. We can probably arrange for use of my truck to transport them.
35940
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
08:18 AM MT(US)

For Sale: 1977 Suzuki GS400. No title, bill of sale only. I bought this thing and have it repaired and running pretty well. I just don't want to deal with the red tape to get a title. Asking $400 to recoup the price I paid for the bike and the repair parts. Build yourself a cafe bike or rat bike or just ride as-is.
35939
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
07:20 AM MT(US)
This seems like a worthy goal - screw Equifax and Lawyers in one fell swoop:
https://donotpay-search-master.herokuapp.com/

And you should be outraged because the executives profited to the tune of $2 million in stock sales preceding the breach - letting them "protect your data" and enroll you in a pay scheme is truly perverse.
The open source service that did this is the same one that's helped overturn 375000 bogus traffic tickets.


Chatbot Lets You Sue Equifax For Up To $25,000 Without a Lawyer Shannon Liao reports via The Verge:
If you're one of the millions affected by the Equifax breach, a chatbot can now help you sue Equifax in small claims court, potentially letting you avoid hiring a lawyer for advice. Even if you want to be part of the class action lawsuit against Equifax, you can still sue Equifax for negligence in small claims court using the DoNotPay bot and demand maximum damages. Maximum damages range between $2,500 in states like Rhode Island and Kentucky to $25,000 in Tennessee. The bot, which launched in all 50 states in July, is mainly known for helping with parking tickets. But with this new update, its creator, Joshua Browder, who was one of the 143 million affected by the breach, is tackling a much bigger target, with larger aspirations to match. He says, "I hope that my product will replace lawyers, and, with enough success, bankrupt Equifax."

Not that the bot helps you do anything you can't already do yourself, which is filling out a bunch of forms -- you still have to serve them yourself. Unfortunately, the chatbot can't show up in court a few weeks later to argue your case for you either. To add to the headache, small claims court rules differ from state to state. For instance, in California, a person needs to demand payment from Equifax or explain why they haven't demanded payment before filing the form.
Edited 09-12-2017 08:07 AM
35938
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2017
07:15 AM MT(US)
I will buy flagstones. Brimstone Flagstones.
35937
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-11-2017
08:57 PM MT(US)
Two items relating to the town square. First does anyone maybe have any under used patio furniture they would be willing to donate for the concrete pad. Needs to be attractive and wind proof. Second, plans changed and we have 13, 2 foot by 2 foot really nice flagstones for sale. $25 a piece or $300 for all of them, buy them at the town hall. A real steal.
35936
Vic harrisPerson was signed in when posted
09-11-2017
03:51 PM MT(US)
☯️ T'ai Chi at Pavilion in park Tues at 5:30. All are welcome.☯️
35935
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-11-2017
02:02 PM MT(US)
Board mtg. is at 7.
35934
Jen HarrisonPerson was signed in when posted
09-11-2017
10:59 AM MT(US)
Pretty cool... http://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local...s-after-2013-floods
35933
Sally HempyPerson was signed in when posted
09-11-2017
10:47 AM MT(US)
What time is Board mt. tonight?
35932
MillissaPerson was signed in when posted
09-11-2017
10:47 AM MT(US)
The James Creek Watershed Initiative is having a creek restoration day on Saturday, September 30 from 9:00 AM until about noon.

We will be meeting at 145 Main – the community gardens area just west of the Post Office.

Please come out and support the effort! We will be planting riparian and upland vegetation – shrubs, small trees, grasses, etc. - along the creek side and on the open space property. We will also be spreading seed and mulch.

The effort will enhance the habitat, remove weeds and undesirable plant species, reduce erosion, and help create a beautiful natural area in the heart of town.

Please wear good shoes and gloves and bring any tools – wheel barrows, shovels, buckets, rakes, etc. – that will help in the effort.

If interested, contact Millissa at millissaberry at yahoo.com or just show up on Saturday, September 30th!

Hope to see you there!
35931
Hillary CPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
09:52 PM MT(US)
Fuego returned home, sans collar. Not sure what happened but we're glad he's back.
35929
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
01:51 PM MT(US)
Almonds are better
35928
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
01:20 PM MT(US)
No comments from the peanut gallery O'B.
35927
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
12:46 PM MT(US)
hahaha!
35926
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
11:56 AM MT(US)
Here's the FTC on how to do a credit freeze:
https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0497-credit-freeze-faqs

I was at the Merc and guarded the kegs, as ordered by Steve.

However, I must report that the war on sobriety may be unwinnable.
35925
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
10:29 AM MT(US)

O'B, i am no expert, but the Bears are going into "Hyper-Phase" and are plenty hungry. Lord knows we don't need them getting "the munchies" too ;)
35924
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
10:20 AM MT(US)
Hey John H- does your comment mean that the bears are High, or there's a lot of activity, it is Jamestown....
35923
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-10-2017
08:57 AM MT(US)
Sunday Reflection: https://sundayreflectionjt.wordpress.com/2017/09/10/jans-art/
35922
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
08:56 PM MT(US)
Hollis, I have heard of credit freeze but didn't know what that actually does. This gov't site was helpful: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0497-credit-freeze-faqs

Robert, I signed you up to guard the Merc beer keg tonight, just you and the bears. Please report for duty at 1:39 AM.
35921
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
08:51 PM MT(US)
Equifax: asking them to protect your credit would be like asking me to guard the beer keg at the Merc.
Security freezes make sense. Equifax credit protection is an insult and a scam.
See

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2017/09/equifa...urns-dumpster-fire/
35920
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
08:13 PM MT(US)
Looks like Equifax updated their policy since our 'Meeting of the Minds' at The Merc.
I put a freeze on my credit with all three agencies.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-sw..._term=.5ed3e1150950
Edited 09-09-2017 08:15 PM
35919
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
06:29 PM MT(US)
BEAR ALERT ! There have been a couple reports/encounters with Bears THIS Afternoon in JT !
Clean and lock cars, stash trash, don't leave doors open, porch lights on helps too.

SOB John
35918
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
05:32 PM MT(US)
The NO WAIVER is here:
www.equifaxsecurity2017.com
35917
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
05:29 PM MT(US)
Hollis, the folks you were talking to at the Merc don't know what they're talking about. Let me guess, Friday evening, good times, copious beer.

The concerns raised by watchdogs is a clause in Equifax's agreements that sounded like people may waive their right to sue including in a class action. Equifax has clarified and stated the following:

2). NO WAIVER OF RIGHTS FOR THIS CYBER SECURITY INCIDENT
In response to consumer inquiries, we have made it clear that the arbitration clause and class action waiver included in the Equifax and TrustedID Premier terms of use does not apply to this cybersecurity incident.

This is a serious matter. In my opinion it's best to sign up for the free monitoring. Sadly, that may not be enough but it's a step. If you're afraid of compromising your privacy, don't worry. If you've used the Intetnet for anything you're likely already compromised.
35914
Mark WischPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
09:31 AM MT(US)
No JVFD burn today.
35913
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
09:04 AM MT(US)

Hey! Anybody in town have a lightly used stereo hi-fi vcr they'd like to sell? I think mine is losing a channel. Thanx SvH, 44three90for9.
35912
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
08:32 AM MT(US)
David L.

 According all social normative's and media portrayals, e.g. cartoons, t.v. shows and numerous versions of children's books, cat's are SUPPOSED to catch birds, mice, drink milk from a saucer and wonder about doing cat stuff. Including serenading you with it's haunting, but beautiful song of the night. When they bring their catch home, you're SUPPOSED to interpret this as a gift. Everyone knows that cats love giving gifts.
35911
DavidLPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
06:56 AM MT(US)
After a night of my indoor cat hissing and yowling and an unseen foe, I finally spotted the bastard this morning, a little white and black cat lying in the understory of the willow canopy just on the edge of the mesa. I chased the kitty off. If he / she belongs to you, please keep kitty inside. In addition to your cat wandering around my windows annoying mine, that canopy is home to countless birds.

This is the first time this summer this has happened. Please, keep your cats indoors!
Edited 09-09-2017 07:04 AM
35910
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
09-09-2017
05:57 AM MT(US)
 Equifax and Your Social Security Number

Talking with some folks last night, someone mentioned that if you sign up with Equifax for credit monitoring, that you may be waiving your rights to any litigation in the future. I'm reading the fine print and checking.

I just checked my SS number on their site and it indicates that it 'may' have been compromised and they want you to enroll in their plan, No Thanks !

Has anyone found out where you can actually find out about your SS number with out any strings attached ?
 


Federal Trade Commission: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2017/09/...data-breach-what-do

Equifax: https://www.equifaxsecurity2017.com
Edited 09-09-2017 06:15 AM
35909
Erika APerson was signed in when posted
09-08-2017
08:09 PM MT(US)
Recycling tomorrow!

THIS Saturday, September 9, 2017, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Church Parking Lot
Single Stream Pick-ups Only (i.e. glass, aluminum, paper, cardboard, plastics) – Please make sure containers have been rinsed and not flattened.
Cost: Free (Thank you, Boulder County!) – Any donations will go toward extending the Jamestown Zero Waste Project.

- The Jamestown Recycling Committee
35908
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-08-2017
01:49 PM MT(US)

MESA STREET DUMPSTER OPEN FOR ORANGE BAG TRASH !
Leave NO TRASH UN-attended ~ HIGH BEAR ACTIVITY!

SOB John
35907
Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-08-2017
01:49 PM MT(US)

Family Dinner - all ages welcome!
35906
Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-08-2017
01:47 PM MT(US)
Italian Night Community Dinner
Family-friendly meal - all ages welcome!
Saturday, September 16, 2017
Just drop in 4:30-7:30pm at Nederland Community Center
$10 Adult, $4 Kids under 12, $5 Requested Contrib over age 60
Spaghetti, Meatballs, Salad, Garlic Bread, Apple/Raisin
35905
2LusPerson was signed in when posted
09-08-2017
08:25 AM MT(US)
Howdy! I'm looking for a ride to or near Amante Coffee on North Broadway today at 5:30pm-ish, please and thanks! 3o3.478.4two4nine
35904
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-08-2017
08:13 AM MT(US)

SATURDAY-

Put your FANCY clothes on!
Not really- no fancy required at The Merc, but Chef John Campbell is making DUCK CONFIT for dinner.
Like he says: If you've had Duck Confit, then you already love it. If you haven't tried it, well then you just have to try it.
(Veggie and vegan options as well)

MUSIC BY BUNCH OF STRANGERS-
A three piece from Lyons, they will be quite nice!
35903
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-08-2017
07:45 AM MT(US)

Snake van Habanero's Sat. Matinee, 2:00-4:00. Viewer's choice, This week either "THE FINAL COMBAT", a French post-apocalyptic thriller, or, "THE BLOB" (the remake from the eighties). Both of these flickers are tons of demented fun. CAVEAT: All bets are off if Nancy Farmer shows up. If that should happen, I want to show her "NANCY GRIFFITH, OTHER VOICES, OTHER ROOMS" a terrific music video featuring Nancy, Tom Paxton, Odetta, Jerry Jeff Walker, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and other musical illuminaries. This one features my all time favorite version of "Tecumseh Valley". I always enjoy some company.
35902
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-07-2017
10:48 PM MT(US)

FRIDAY-

We've got pizza and great tunes:

THE ROAD WEST 6-8pm
35901
Colleen WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
09-07-2017
02:44 PM MT(US)
Prescribed Burn – This Saturday, the JVFD along with the James Creek Watershed Initiative (JCWI) are planning on conducting a prescribed burn on the “buy out” properties at 145, 153, and 167 Main St. These are the properties surrounding, and near the community gardens. The purpose is to help remove invasive weeds in advance of soil preparation, re-seeding and planting as part of the James Creek Riparian Restoration project. The restoration project is sponsored by a Healthy Rivers Grant awarded to JCWI by the Colorado Water Conservation Board.

Provided that conditions are appropriate, the prescribed burn will be conducted by experienced firefighters under a burn plan and burn permit issued by Boulder County, and should take no longer than a couple of hours. There will be smoke in the air during that time.

Follow-up phases of the restoration will occur later in September. Look for information soon on volunteer opportunities to help with that.
35900
John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
09-07-2017
09:28 AM MT(US)
Western Disposal TRASH COLLECTION IS SATURDAY! Dumpster will be opened after school FRIDAY for ORANGE BAG TRASH.
Thank you for your cooperation !

SOB John
35899
MERC PIESPerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
09:10 PM MT(US)

Apple Cherry and Coconut Chocolate Cream pies at the Merc this week.
35898
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
08:57 PM MT(US)
I need John Gillard's email.
rhastings2004@gmail.com
35897
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
08:39 PM MT(US)

This THURSDAY-

We'll have fresh Margaritas and Mezcal Horchata Cocktails-

Come try a Specialty Cocktail made by our Guest Bartender Al while having Rainbow's Cheese or Chorizo and Cheese Stuffed Chile Rellenos

Karen's amazing pies for dessert...

AND MUSIC BY PATRICK DETHLEFS
35896
Town HallPerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
04:03 PM MT(US)
From the Jamestown Recycling Committee:

Next Jamestown Recycle Day

THIS Saturday, September 9, 2017, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Church Parking Lot
Single Stream Pick-ups Only (i.e. glass, aluminum, paper, cardboard, plastics) – Please make sure containers have been rinsed and not flattened.
Cost: Free (Thank you, Boulder County!) – Any donations will go toward extending the Jamestown Zero Waste Project.
35895
Leah on MesaPerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
12:59 PM MT(US)
Just one more reminder:

Pints for the People starts in 1 hour!

If you are in Boulder today, stop by Upslope Brewery on Lee Hill and drink a pint for Cal-Wood! We get $1 from each pint sold from 2-10pm so the more people drink, the more money we get donated for programs. JT Elementary is coming up to Cal-Wood tomorrow, so celebrate at Upslope!

Tell all of your friends! It is on the way home! (see flyer below for a pretty picture and all the info)
35894
hoRRible hiTTlePerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
11:13 AM MT(US)
Anybody had any luck finding something that works against this crazy sinusitis that's going around?
35893
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
08:30 AM MT(US)
Doctors Without Borders sets up 'refugee camp' on Boulder's Pearl Street Mall
Through Sunday
http://www.dailycamera.com/news/boulder/ci...fugee-camp-boulders
35892
BurtLPerson was signed in when posted
09-06-2017
07:33 AM MT(US)
Dipper update- we had not noticed anything for a while. However, there was one working this morning at the waterfall just above the lower bridge.
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Leah on MesaPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2017
11:04 PM MT(US)

Tomorrow! From 2-10pm come drink beer for your favorite local environmental education center! At Upslope Brewery on Lee Hill! Bring friends!!
Edited 09-05-2017 11:05 PM
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Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2017
10:01 PM MT(US)

THURSDAY-

One of the all time greatests-

PATRICK DETHLEFS

AND it's Chile Season. We'll have some tasty stuffed rellenos, fresh from Hatch.

AND delicious Margaritas too.
35889
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2017
12:20 PM MT(US)

Passing on a message from Louie and Mike, Shadow's friends since the flood:

Shadow will have a funeral service this Sunday, September 10th, just one day short of losing Joey exactly four years ago.

4pm at The Merc, and walk down to the cemetery where Shadow's ashes will be placed. (Or 4:30 at the cemetery if you'd prefer not to walk)

All friends of Shadow welcome
35888
Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2017
09:57 AM MT(US)

Mountain MidLife Social Breakfast in Nederland THIS Saturday - sign up today at 303-258-0799 message line! Great folks, yummy meals at affordable prices...
35887
Colleen WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
09-05-2017
08:09 AM MT(US)
Found some crutches. Thanks for all the offers.
35886
Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
08:34 PM MT(US)

Less than two weeks until the DRIVE IN MOVIE!!

Friday September 15th, North side of the Temporary Fire Hall, Big Park
DUSK
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Vic harrisPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
07:03 PM MT(US)
☯️ T'ai Chi at the Pavilion Tues. evening 5:30. All are welcome.☯️
35884
Laura L WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
06:45 PM MT(US)
Hi Friends! Would anyone just happen to be heading up the canyon around 3:45 p.m. tomorrow that could swing by Manhattan Middle School to pick up Elise and bring her home? Ya never know if ya don't ask! If so, please call (3o3) 545-55o2 and thanks for considering!
35883
Brimstone Gridlock aka RobertHPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
06:01 PM MT(US)
Walter Becker dead. Todd Rundgren & Donald Fagen song about Trump on KGNU today:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=los9WulxBjM
35882
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
03:41 PM MT(US)
I'm needing more chokecherries for a "canning visit" from my northwoods mother later this month.

Does anyone still have ripe chokecherries I could pick this week? Perhaps you'll get a little something canned in return ;)-
 
cheetahspots at Gmail....
35881
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
10:31 AM MT(US)
Wendy, I have a power washer if you still want one. 44 four 8I40
35880
leftyPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
10:23 AM MT(US)
colleen, king soopers used to lend them for free. I imagine they still do. Also the senior center in Boulder has all kinds of that stuff to be borrowed.
35879
O'BPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
08:58 AM MT(US)
hahahaha, that's like saying it's a dry heat.... Folks with respiratory issues should take precautions.
35878
Colleen WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
08:07 AM MT(US)
Anyone got a pair of crutches I can borrow for a few weeks? colleen@jimtown.org or 303-449-2621
35877
HollisPerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2017
05:25 AM MT(US)

It's a cool smoke.

https://www.colorado.gov/airquality/advisory.aspx
35876
Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2017
10:04 AM MT(US)
Anyone have a power wash we could borrow for a day this week? wendys29@mac.com or 30h3-817-5932
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Wendy StokesPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2017
09:49 AM MT(US)
MDS site that Beth posted worked like a charm! (And much, much easier on a laptop than a cell phone.) So much appreciation for MDS.
35874
Nancy FarmerPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2017
09:19 AM MT(US)
Oak, did you know that one of the women who had an unfortunate incident in the park with a dog had the leash in her hand, trying to control the young dog when he got overexcited? I completely understand your point, but I was sitting next to her when it happened, and it isn't always as simple as "keep the dog on a leash". There were no dog fights, just a lot of play, and I agree that people who bring their dogs to the park should keep a closer eye on them, or maybe leave them safely at home. Also, if you're going to have a leash on a dog and then let it run around trailing it behind, it is probably more hazardous than taking it off for the dog to run.

I loved that evening in the little park, with live music, horseshoes and neighbors all enjoying it together! Let's all respect the privilege of having it back and be as responsible as we can. I love this commUNITY, and I'm so happy to be back home!
35873
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2017
08:50 AM MT(US)
For armchair historians, I recommend Thomas Bass's essay, "America's Amnesia", as a forward to Ken Burn's new PBS series on the Viet Nam war. Pretty interesting review!
35872
Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-03-2017
08:06 AM MT(US)
Sunday Reflection; https://sundayreflectionjt.wordpress.com/2...n-at-the-merc-2003/
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Steve EPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2017
01:26 PM MT(US)
Great photos Cheyenne.
My daughter Laura works with kids. She asked Alexa "what should I be for Halloween?" ALEXA: "An eclipse. Wear black and stand in front of things." LAURA: "Perfect."
Edited 09-02-2017 01:27 PM
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CheyenneWillsPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2017
01:11 PM MT(US)
There is a larger png file in my Google photos album (https://goo.gl/photos/sr8MEjYaGKCBALrr8 )
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Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2017
12:37 PM MT(US)
Awesome Cheyenne-is there a way to download a semi-large res file ? Goggle Drive?
Best one yet.
35861
Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2017
10:46 AM MT(US)

I donated via this website,very easy! Had to type the address

http://www.mds.menonite.net/
Edited 09-02-2017 10:47 AM
35860
CheyenneWillsPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2017
10:38 AM MT(US)

Got my image workflow down. Processed total eclipse image
35859
Michelle DurantPerson was signed in when posted
09-02-2017
07:51 AM MT(US)

This morning on my walk I found a dead Wilson's snipe in the parking lot next to the park. Cause of death is a bit of a mystery, and last year both myself and Laurel Wanrow noticed a dead snipe in about the same area.

Walking up Mesa, I then found ANOTHER ONE near the school, injured but still alive. Not sure what happened to this little thing, but there is a odd cut/puncture on its head and its pretty wobbly/neuro. Hopefully its not West Nile, or a freaking cat. Taking this to Greenwood asap. Migration is rough. Yes, we have these locally.
35858
Jacy S.Person was signed in when posted
09-01-2017
05:31 PM MT(US)
Good evening, Jamestown!
Last call for anyone interested in ordering peaches from the Niwot Marching Band! We still have plenty of peaches to sell!! A 9lb flat costs $35 and an 18lb box costs $65 (cash, check, or online payment available). These delicious, organic, western slope peaches will be delivered Thursday (9/5) and can be delivered up to Jamestown!
A large portion of the funds from this sale will go towards our New York City trip in the Spring. We have the amazing opportunity to play in Carnegie Hall, and this fundraiser will help make that happen!
If you are interesting in supporting Niwot Band (and getting some delicious fruit!) please place your order at niwotpeach.org or email me at stampe.jacy13@svvsd.org. If you have any questions, please feel free to shoot me a message and thanks in advance!
-Jacy Stampes
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Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
09-01-2017
02:16 PM MT(US)

HAPPY LABOR DAY WEEKEND JAMESTOWN!

Saturday night we have a surprise chef-

Sara Farmer is making her wildly delicious and "regionally famous" STUFFED SHELLS.

They are so good. Either stuffed with Italian Sausage or artichoke hearts. Comes with roasted Cauliflower and salad.

MUSIC BY DANNY THURMER AND THE DISTRACTIONS

Cheers to a beautiful weekend!
35856
Lynn WilberPerson was signed in when posted
09-01-2017
11:34 AM MT(US)

SNAKE van HABANERO'S SAT. MATINEE - 2:00-4:00. Crikey, what more could ya ask for? Yep folks, back by popular acclaim the Kahunas will be smoking and groaning to the etherial racket of "The BLASTERS REUNION". If you missed them in the Eighties here's your chance to viddy and hear rock n' roll and blues the way it's sposed to be done, no holds barred and no ear biting. Dave, Phil, and the boys shovel out the kind of stuff that loosened the San Andreas. Also included will be a couple three choice morsels of rackous-billy mayhem from the inimitable Sleepy la Beef from "SLEEPY RIDES AGAIN". I don't see how you can stand the wait! Don't miss it. I always enjoy some company.
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Jamestown MercPerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2017
11:32 PM MT(US)

Friday-

STEVE ITTERLY PLAYS GUITAR SO NICELY

Jovan makes delicious pizza.

All at the Merc 6-8
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John HardmanPerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2017
05:11 PM MT(US)

MESA STREET DUMPSTER OPEN FOR ORANGE BAG TRASH !
Leave NO TRASH UN-attended, we have bears roaming the streets every night! (daze TOO)
This activity is going to increase until hibernation in Nov-Dec.

SOB John
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oakPerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2017
11:49 AM MT(US)
i want to second, or third the observations of last night at the park.
it was gorgeous and fun and spoiled by loose dogs.
besides for 2 women who got knocked to the ground, there was a baby crawling in the grass who almost got plowed into the earth by the out of control 4 leggeds.
not blaming anyone.
i love dogs dearly,
but, to quote some JT genius earlier this year: "this is not your living room."
lets keep it safe down there for everyone. dogs stay home or on leashes attached to someone who loves them.
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Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2017
10:17 AM MT(US)

....tonight at the world famous Merc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEcryDxBNOA
35851
Angie at Cal-WoodPerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2017
09:45 AM MT(US)
HEater has been taken!
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Colleen WilliamsPerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2017
09:05 AM MT(US)
Please be mindful of the behavior of your dog at the Jamestown Town Square. I sustained an injury to my knee last evening when a dog ran into me and knocked me down. I can not walk today and may have to seek medical treatment.
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HollisPerson was signed in when posted
08-31-2017
08:27 AM MT(US)
What a enjoyable evening at the Merc. and in the park last night. The young couple entertaining us with music, the food, the people and the varied nature of our conversations, the clanking of horse shoes and exuberance of the participants when they scored. Sadly, was the disturbances of dog and human interactions. I witnessed two instances, one with possible minor injury to a human by an out of control dog and another person being pulled of balance and face planting on the turf by an over excited dog. And throughout the entire evening every couple of minutes, hearing the dogs owners/guardians constantly yelling for the dogs to behave and to heel. I will say that the majority of dogs had leashes on, but they were dragging them behind as they ran amok. I also witnessed a person picking up poop that didn't belong to their dog because they left it at home. Still, all in all a pleasant evening. Hope no one was seriously injured.
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Vol CoordinatorPerson was signed in when posted
08-30-2017
09:18 PM MT(US)
Hey JT,
Our experience with the 2013 floods affected me in many ways. I am now leading a team which was brought together by Mennonite Disaster Service. The Disaster Leadership Team, is a dream team of disaster veterans from communities across the U.S. who are available to mentor community leaders who were once like us trying to see through to a new normal. We are an independent, volunteer team who feel compassion for those leaders and want to pay it forward by sharing all that we have learned.

We have been requested to take part in both Texas and Louisiana recoveries and although we don't know exactly where we will be, it will be helping an underserved community similar to ours.

You can give wherever you feel it's needed, especially to the Texas Baptist Men and MDS, or to any of the worthy volunteer organizations. But please remember how long recovery actually is compared to the initial response of a disaster. If you wish to help get my teammates and I to a location, please consider making a donation through our website: http://www.disasterleadershipteam.org
I think about all of you as well, while we watch this huge devastating event unfold.
Thank you,
Nina
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