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Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
12-06-2019
05:56 PM MT (US)

Delonghi electric oil heater - $40
Good condition, works well
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oakPerson was signed in when posted
12-06-2019
09:57 AM MT (US)
Hi all, especially you amazing women who do the BFR food runs.
Just wondering if it's still happening, at 4-ish on Monday and Friday?
i was there last monday and waited 40 minutes past 4, but no one came to unlock the door.
Have the times/days changed?
Thanks for bringing all the bounty to us.
Love
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joanne colePerson was signed in when posted
12-05-2019
11:57 AM MT (US)

I have #40 two ounce black containers with childproof, screw on caps
AND
#20 four ounce blue containers with regular screw tops for sale. Anyone interest? All for $75
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Lyle PipherPerson was signed in when posted
12-04-2019
03:25 PM MT (US)

Chiropractic House Calls for Jamestown, Bar-K and Ward

I do two types of treatments...

Short Adjustment($50) - lasts 10-15 minutes and mainly focuses on chiropractic with a little massage and energy work. Chiropractic makes adjustments to the spine to improve nerve function. Your nerves are like the wires of your body caring power and information and your spine is like the fuse box. In our everyday life we want our information(internet) and power on at full capacity. If we have ever had a slow internet connection we know how frustrating that can be, so making sure our own internal internet is running at full speed is very beneficial.

Long Adjustment($120) - lasts 45 minutes - 1 hr. The main focus is to help you relax. In order for your healing response to really be active relaxing is key. Many people have an overstimulated nervous system and daily high levels of stress and need more time to relax. These sessions start out with 10-15 minutes of relaxation techniques like deep breathing or visualizing. Then we do more massage and energy work to further relax the mental/emotional/physical body complex. Chiropractic is usually included as well. Often chiropractic adjustments are much easier when the body is in this very relaxed state. There is also a Spiritual vibe to these session with some intention setting and invocations.

New Client Consultation and Exam - $50

House Call Fee - $25 - $50(sliding scale)

The name of my practice is LYLE Chiropractic because L.Y.L.E. is an acronym for Liberate Your Life Essence. At Liberate Your Life Essence Chiropractic my primary goal is to help your innate healing wisdom to shine and to help you shift to a healthcare approach that is based on health and vitality. As opposed to a healthcare approach that is mainly focused on symptoms, with a disease based orientation. Do I want to help you with your symptoms, for sure, but I am going to do so by empowering health, not by just treating the symptom with no regard to the cause.

What technique do I use?
I use a wide variety of techniques to adjust my clients. Some clients like babies, seniors, or sensitive souls, I use an instrument which is very gentle, yet effective. Some other clients like a more manual firmer type adjustment, which for people with their disposition these adjustments are best. I like to get to know my clients and have a conversation to find out what is best for you.

You can find out more at lylechiro.com

Email is best contact: lylechiro@gmail.com
Office(landline) phone: 720-898-5353

Thank you,
Dr. Lyle
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Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
11-29-2019
06:30 PM MT (US)

Warm Morning propane heater - $50
Comes with vent pipe, Good condition
18 x 20 x 12
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Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
11-29-2019
06:29 PM MT (US)

Fluted glass oil lamp w/ wicks and bottle of paraffin, never used - $25
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Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
11-29-2019
06:28 PM MT (US)

Navajo made Coral– Sterling Silver post earring - $50 (original value $90)
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Diana GPerson was signed in when posted
11-20-2019
09:18 PM MT (US)
Can anyone recommend someone who can install a propane gas line for a gas stove in the Bar K?
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Genie BurchPerson was signed in when posted
11-17-2019
11:35 AM MT (US)
Just saw a reddish brown hound on Gold Lake Road about a mile off Peak to Peak. Had no collar. Wouldn’t come to the car when called, trotted off into the woods.
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Janette TaylorPerson was signed in when posted
11-15-2019
10:50 AM MT (US)

Just a reminder that the 9 Health Fair, Peak to Peak Human Services Fair and the Nederland Food Pantry Thanksgiving Distribution will take place tomorrow from 9-Noon at the Nederland Community Center. All welcome!
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QuintinPerson was signed in when posted
11-11-2019
06:38 PM MT (US)
A hiker reported (via JVFD/EMS website) finding two lost dogs on the Ceran St. Vrain trail yesterday. A french bulldog and a larger black dog. The hiker lost track of the larger black dog, but took the french bulldog down to the Boulder Humane Society. If you know of anyone missing a black french bulldog, please let them know.
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Amie WeinbergPerson was signed in when posted
11-08-2019
06:09 PM MT (US)

Amy Weinberg
4:46 PM (1 hour ago)
to me




FOUND DOG In WARD

Very sweet and friendly young shinny black lab, pit bull mix showed up in Ward on Thursday 11/7/2019. He is great with all other dogs. He seams like a year old or so..very puppylike...but hard to tell. He had what looked like the remains of a short leash on him and it was removed because it was broken. Maybe he was tied up temporarily and got loose? He is staying with someone in Ward who does not have internet or a reliable phone so I am helping. He is Please call Amie 720.256.1283
Edited 11-08-2019 06:11 PM
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Arden BrooksPerson was signed in when posted
11-03-2019
09:37 AM MT (US)
Anyone know of a local massage therapist within three miles of Ward? Thanks!
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JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
03:56 PM MT (US)
ELVIS IS HOME! He’s safe and healthy and a mountain pup if I’ve ever seen one! Thanks to everyone for looking, calling, texting and loving!
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JamiePPerson was signed in when posted
10-25-2019
07:11 AM MT (US)

**MISSING**

Elvis. He’s a coonhound mix. He’s about 85 pounds and is reddish brown.

We live in the Bar K Ranch above Jamestown before the peak to peak and he took off after some deer yesterday on our normal morning walk.

He’s wearing his collar and is microchipped. He’s neutered, friendly, and will likely come if called.

Please call 303-459-0409 and leave a message or call/text 305-898-8219 with any information.
Edited 10-25-2019 08:34 AM
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Todd Sky RanchPerson was signed in when posted
10-19-2019
04:12 PM MT (US)

Hi – I’m Todd.
If you need your grass/weeds cut down OR now FIRE MITIGATION assistance please let me know. I have happy, local references who will share with you how DEPENDABLE, THOROUGH & REASONABLE I am. I have my own equipment, reliable transportation & I live up here between Jamestown & Bar K. Call or text me, Todd, at 7 one 9, six 5 oh - four 2 one 3 . THANK YOU!

Here is one pleased resident’s reference on my work:

“Todd, here's my reference you are welcome to use for your services! "I am so grateful for the work Todd did trimming our field. My equipment was malfunctioning, so I needed someone right away. He responded quickly to my initial request as well as followed through with communication and timing for a job well done. Not only were his lawn maintenance and landscaping skills superb, he finished the last portion in the pouring down rain of an oncoming hail storm -- dedication at its finest! Thank you Todd."
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Tammy WhinstonPerson was signed in when posted
10-19-2019
09:38 AM MT (US)

Please come to the Community Discussion on transportation for older adults and persons with disabilities this Monday Oct. 21 from 6-7pm at the Ward Town Hall. We are planning a Volunteer Driver Transportation Program for the mountain towns of Boulder County called Peak Ride and are in need of input from the community of Ward about what transportation needs people have and the best ways to implement a volunteer driver program for your town. Older adults, caregivers, possible volunteer drivers, persons with disabilities and anyone interested in transportation please come to this meeting. We will be doing a raffle for free gift cards to the Mountain Man Outdoor store, refreshments provided, and can give you a ride to the meeting. Contact Tammy Whinston at 303-258-1450 tamara.whinston@gmail.com
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2019
12:36 PM MT (US)

We're a couple days away from Hallowhen?III and we do hope you can attend. There's some really special guests who are also going to be in the musical mix. This could be the best one yet!
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Andrew RuplePerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2019
11:22 AM MT (US)
Hey Medicine Shield, is this still available?? Warm Morning propane heater - $50
Comes with vent pipe, Good condition
18 x 20 x 12
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Andrew RuplePerson was signed in when posted
10-17-2019
11:21 AM MT (US)
Hello Friends and Neighbors,

Balarat Outdoor Education is looking for a full-time assistant caretaker. The position is a full-time caretaker position (custodial, kitchen, maintenance) with benefits. For more information on the requirements of the job please follow the link below. If you'd like to speak with someone about the position please call 720.424.2942. You may also email Luke_Johnson@dpsk12.org

http://bit.ly/balaratcaretaker

Nice place to work, nice people, and about a 25 minute drive from Ward.
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Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
10-15-2019
10:42 AM MT (US)
Just a heads up to everyone, please be aware that these guys on the paving crew are smoking cigarettes. Please keep your eyes open for any potential fires! As you all know, it only takes one carelessly tossed cigarette butt!
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Bunny BoswellPerson was signed in when posted
10-11-2019
12:03 PM MT (US)
Hi. I know one cant park campers within town limits; however, if you or a friend lives outside Ward and would like to have me park my small camper on your property, pls let me know. Local for 14 years. Good references. Can pay. May be able to help out. (808) 646-0788, text pls.
Edited 10-11-2019 12:04 PM
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Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
10-11-2019
09:47 AM MT (US)
hi all
The phone number for the Neighborhood Chimney Sweep - not Don Dowe - is 303-99o-7255
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
10-10-2019
12:53 PM MT (US)

Way High Radio is having a benefit. Come join us for the return of Hallowhen? III.
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David MPerson was signed in when posted
10-07-2019
02:21 PM MT (US)
Interested in Town Business. Kristen used to post minutes and agenda on the QT here. I would love for that to happen again. Uncertain who the clerk is now. Would this be possible? Thanks!
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Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
10-06-2019
06:57 PM MT (US)

Vintage interior French Doors - $125
Douglas fir, already mortised, Excellent condition,
74.75 x 23.75 x 1.38
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Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
10-03-2019
08:56 AM MT (US)

Jamestown Elementary is in the news!

https://www.dailycamera.com/2019/10/02/gir...mestown-elementary/
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Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
10-02-2019
08:37 PM MT (US)
One last reminder to come to the estate sale at 7817 Lefthand. Sat. & Sun. 10/5 & 6.
All day long!! Lots of lawn & garden equipment. All the machines we've had time to check work well. 2 snow throwers, bush whacker, Honda eu2000 inverter. Dick Dowe did love his tools!
Furniture has stood in place for 50 years. Lovely stuff!
Everything priced to go.

all prices negotiable
cash only
you haul

see craigslist post 6987966449: "Estate Sale"
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Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
09-28-2019
09:53 AM MT (US)
Found some sunglasses near the ballfield. Polarized, brown frames, croakies. Kaenon is the name on frames.
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Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
09-27-2019
08:53 AM MT (US)
ooops that phone # is 3o3.for44.65l9
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Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
09-27-2019
08:52 AM MT (US)
We are having an estate sale Oct. 5th & 6th at 7817 Lefthand Canyon. Lots of furniture, tools,
household goods. All in good shape. We are also selling a stair lift for the handicapped. Used for 1 month

We are in search of some help that weekend for lifting and loading and clean up. $25 per hr. call 3o3.for44.665l9 if interested
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Calwood KitchenPerson was signed in when posted
09-26-2019
11:27 AM MT (US)

Calwood Education Center is looking for part-time kitchen help. If you or someone you know might be interested contact Chris @ kitchen@calwood.org
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Gay PaxtonPerson was signed in when posted
09-25-2019
10:58 PM MT (US)
I just voted against having my home regulated by the Town of Ward. I can't believe the issue of renting a room in our homes through vacation sites went to referendum. I am considering renting a room in my house so that I can make ends meet and if this bill goes through, I will be in dire straits. I love living in Ward because we are independent rule which means we should be able to live independently. Please consider the elderly and the low income families when you are voting for this referendum. It could do some real damage to people that are struggling. Also, if the town takes away this right, what rights will they take away next?
Edited 09-25-2019 11:03 PM
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Connie Smith MartinPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2019
10:44 PM MT (US)

Celebration of Life for Lorren "Smitty" Smith
Edited 09-23-2019 10:44 PM
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Will LPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2019
10:32 AM MT (US)
ATV sold!
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Janette TaylorPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2019
09:37 AM MT (US)

Dental Services in the mountains! Includes Medicaid coverage and a generous sliding scale for self-pay.
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Will LPerson was signed in when posted
09-22-2019
11:54 AM MT (US)

BE READY FOR WINTER. 2000 Polaris 4X4 ATV w/snowplow for sale. Runs great. Going on Craiglist soon for $2,000. $1,750 deal for Ward folks. Will: 303-459-0204 or will.limon@outlook.com
Edited 09-22-2019 11:55 AM
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Connie Smith MartinPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2019
11:30 AM MT (US)

It is with a very heavy heart that I am posting about Lorren "Smitty" Smith. He passed away on Thursday, September 19, 2019. He passed peacefully in his sleep. Service details to follow.
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Todd Sky RanchPerson was signed in when posted
08-03-2019
03:42 PM MT (US)

Hi there! If you need your grass and/or weeds cut down please let me know. I have local references who will share with you how DEPENDABLE, THOROUGH & REASONABLE I am. I have my own equipment, reliable transportation & I live up here between Jamestown & Bar K. Call or text me, Todd, at 7 one 9, six 5 oh - four 2 one 3 . THANK YOU!
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nate and whitneyPerson was signed in when posted
07-30-2019
03:42 AM MT (US)
ROSIE IS HOME!! The Sheriff found her in Gold Hill! We are over the moon. Thank you to everyone who helped us look!
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nate and whitneyPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2019
08:22 PM MT (US)
Rosie is still out there for night #2. If you are out and about hiking this week around here/off Peak to Peak and think about her, please call her name. She will approach people and we are afraid she is quite lost. Thank you to everyone who is helping us find her!
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Patty CypherPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2019
06:34 PM MT (US)
To Rocky Mountain Ecodarma

Your message was posted at 5:43 on Sunday but said everything had to be picked up by 2:00 pm on Sunday. I would like the Chest Freezer . . . can I pick it up tomorrow?
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Rocky Mountain EcodharmaPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2019
05:43 PM MT (US)
Free or by Donation: Fridge/Freezer, Gas Stove, Washing Machine, Chest Freezer, Wood Desk. All work. Available Sunday only.

Please come by the old cabin, enter the driveway at 8941 Overland Rd. and turn right heading west to the old red cabin, on Sunday 11AM-2PM. We would appreciate a donation for anything you take, but they are for free if you don't want to donate.

Please do not come earlier or later.
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nate and whitneyPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2019
11:44 AM MT (US)

Hello, Our dog Rosie went missing last night. She is a black and tan hound mix, about 35 pounds. She was last seen at the intersection of Overland Rd. and Overland Dr. She is not wearing a collar, but is very friendly and will approach people if found. Please call us at 720-307-2727 if you see her.
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S & TPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2019
11:48 AM MT (US)
If you need your grass cut and/or weeds wacked let me know. I have local references who will tell you how dependable, thorough & reasonable I am. I have my own equipment & I live up here between Jamestown & Bar K. Call or text me, Todd, at Seven 1 Nine, 6 Five O - 4 Two 1 Three.
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Mandy IsaacsPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2019
09:00 AM MT (US)
Anyone have a working propane fridge they want to sell? Need one asap! Standard size, not mini.
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KimPeak2PeakPerson was signed in when posted
07-08-2019
12:49 PM MT (US)

Community Pancake Breakfast
Kick off the "Nederland Coming Home Day" events at breakfast with friends. Families & visitors welcome. No reservations required – just drop in on Saturday, July 27, 8–11 a.m.
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Andrew Peanut ButterPerson was signed in when posted
07-04-2019
02:18 PM MT (US)
Solo is missing. he is a substandard doberman pincer w/lumps mated to a rat terrier... Sweetheart, food hound, about 30lbs looks like a mini doberman, he looks younger than he is.

please call 303 459 0531
303 440 5857- if century link ever gets it's poop in a pile....
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KimPeak2PeakPerson was signed in when posted
07-01-2019
10:14 AM MT (US)

Social Dinner & Pickin’ Jam
After our chef-prepared dinner on Friday, July 12, we will enjoy a classic pickin’ jam and all of our guests are invited to join in! 5:00 p.m. doors open for social, 5:30 p.m. meal served. Please reserve via email at Admin@MountainPeakLife.org, Meetup, or 303-258-0799.
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KimPeak2PeakPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2019
08:47 AM MT (US)

Join us Friday, June 28 for an evening of conversation over a fine meal. After the meal, a panel discussion by our local First Responders and Emergency Management teams will discuss with us emergency planning and how it may be affected by current road construction projects.

RSVP by 5 p.m. on Monday, June 24 via phone 303-258-0799, Admin@MountainPeakLife.org, or Meetup.
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Amie WeinbergPerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2019
09:16 AM MT (US)
Karla: Welcome to the area! What is a good number for you? or..You can call me at 720.256.1283. Thanks. Amie
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karla refoxoPerson was signed in when posted
06-19-2019
12:10 PM MT (US)
I will be new to Jamestown in August and am looking for a house and cat sitter in a nice place in Jamestown for about 2 weeks in September. It would involve overnight stays. Please let me know if you are interested, want more details, or have any leads! Karla
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Kara EdinPerson was signed in when posted
06-05-2019
07:41 AM MT (US)

TONIGHT! Wednesday, June 5th from 6pm-8pm at the Jamestown Merc
Meet senatorial candidate LORENA GARCIA. Lorena is running for the senate seat currently held by Corey Gardner.
She is coming up to the mountains to share her vision for Colorado and listen to find out what are important topics to folks who live up here. This is a good opportunity to listen, but also to share your ideas and opinions.
SNACKS WILL BE PROVIDED. We look forward to seeing and meeting you tonight!
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KimPeak2PeakPerson was signed in when posted
06-03-2019
07:08 AM MT (US)

On Sunday, June 9 at 11:30 am, join us for a build your own taco bar brunch featuring chorizo eggs, black beans, corn, tortilla, spinach, tomato and avocado. An optional hike follows at 12:45 pm. Please reserve via email at Admin@MountainPeakLife.org, Meetup, or call 303-258-0799.
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Kara EdinPerson was signed in when posted
06-01-2019
06:01 PM MT (US)
SAVE THE DATE - Next Wednesday from 6-7:30pm Senatorial candidate Lorena Garcia will be at the Merc to talk about her platforms and plans for the senate seat Corey Gardner currently occupy's. Don't miss this vision for our future in Colorado! I will be providing some snacks, and folks can go to the bar if they want to buy drinks. Please come to listen and to ask questions.
Wednesday, June 5th from 6:00pm - 7:30pm at the Merc. See you there!
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ClarissamariePerson was signed in when posted
05-15-2019
02:42 PM MT (US)
@joanne coal
I’d love to snag those containers from you
What did you want for them?
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joanne colePerson was signed in when posted
05-14-2019
07:23 PM MT (US)

Any salve makers out there looking for 2 oz, screwtop metal tins? I bought too many for my projects....plz email me jocole420@gmail.com
Edited 05-14-2019 07:23 PM
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KimPeak2PeakPerson was signed in when posted
05-13-2019
12:39 PM MT (US)

Enjoy a luau menu, Hawaiian dancers, and wear your favorite island garb as we share stories of our own travel adventures or plan new ones together over a social dinner. Please reserve via Admin@MountainPeakLife.org, Meetup, or 303-258-0799.
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Kara EdinPerson was signed in when posted
05-06-2019
08:13 PM MT (US)
Due to weather, we are re-scheduling the event to meet senatorial candidate Lorena Garcia at the Merc. We have re-scheduled, and here is the date and information:
Meet senatorial candidate Lorena Garcia ( lorenaforsenate.org )
Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 from 6-8pm at the
Jamestown Mercantile
108 Main Street in Jamestown
Lorena will be there to share her vision and plans as the Senator who will replace Corey Gardner, and she will have time to take your questions and comments.
I hope to see you there.
In community,
Kara Edin
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KimPeak2PeakPerson was signed in when posted
05-05-2019
11:41 AM MT (US)

Saturday, May 11 join Mountain Peak Life for breakfast and an optional hike. Menu is French Toast, Bacon, Mixed Vegetables, and Strawberries. Please reserve via Admin@MountainPeakLife.org, Meetup, or 303-258-0799.
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Kara EdinPerson was signed in when posted
05-04-2019
01:42 PM MT (US)

This coming Wednesday (May 8) at 6pm at the Merc, we will get a chance to meet and speak with a wonderful candidate for U.S. Senate, to replace Corey Gardner! Lorena Garcia is the force for change we are looking for. I have known Lorena for years, and like you, want to hear what she has to say and ask her some questions. I look forward to seeing you next Wednesday from 6-8pm at the Merc, where we can snack and mingle and feel there is hope for the future in our new generation of candidates! Thank you to Rainbow for providing the space for us to meet Lorena! For more info, contact me at kara edin at gmail dot com.
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CalwoodKitchenPerson was signed in when posted
04-23-2019
02:43 PM MT (US)

Calwood Education Center is looking for kitchen help!

Currently looking to hire a part-time cook and kitchen helper/dishwasher. If you or someone you know may be interested or for more details please email Chris @ kitchen@calwood.org
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
04-22-2019
06:13 PM MT (US)

Meet the Carousel Carver over a Social Dinner THIS Friday! Scott Harrison carved each animal on The Carousel of Happiness, the whimsical adventure that generates more all-ages smiles and giggles per day than any other place in town. Sign up now at 303-258-0799.
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Bill.i.amPerson was signed in when posted
04-17-2019
02:24 PM MT (US)
Atashnaa, I'm interested in your barrel stove if its's still available. Please call/text: four one 555 nine 5 two two 0
Edited 04-17-2019 02:39 PM
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
04-08-2019
06:03 PM MT (US)
Fire Alert. Top of St Vrain Canyon above Raymond / Riverside.
https://www.facebook.com/DenverChannel/videos/1099002860301543/
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
04-08-2019
07:22 AM MT (US)
I'd be happy to possibly shed some light on your question "In Ward". IF, you tell me who you are?
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In WardPerson was signed in when posted
04-07-2019
05:08 PM MT (US)
I would like to know, who approved the construction of this "thing" in front of the old church, and who approved the rendering, and how much money has the town has spent on this so called food pantry, and who is overseeing this so called project. So far I have seen not one person that knows anything about construction involved.....
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Ward Water Board ClerkPerson was signed in when posted
03-26-2019
10:45 PM MT (US)
BOIL ORDER RESCINDED
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER
Town of Ward Water
Customers of Town of Ward, Colorado were notified on March 15, 2019
that, due to a loss of water pressure in the distribution system they should boil their drinking water or use bottled water.

We are pleased to report that the problem has been corrected and that it is no longer necessary to boil or use bottled water. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.

For more information, please contact Jonathan Ashton @ 720-310-8258 or Greta Balzer @ 720-235-2062
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.
This notice is being sent to you by Town of Ward Water Department Colorado Public Water System ID#: 107834PWSID

Date distributed: March 26 2019
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
03-19-2019
10:45 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.
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Ward Water Board ClerkPerson was signed in when posted
03-16-2019
08:56 AM MT (US)
Water Consumers of the Town of Ward Water

  DRINKING WATER WARNING
 Town of Ward (PWSID CO0107834)
 
BOIL YOUR WATER BEFORE USING
Hiervan el Agua Antes de Usarla
 
Our drinking water system lost pressure in the distribution system. The loss of pressure in the distribution system may allow disease-causing organisms to enter the water system. The Town of Ward currently operates according to a disinfection waiver and does not provide a disinfectant residual.
 
What does this mean? What should I do?
 
  DO NOT DRINK THE WATER WITHOUT BOILING IT FIRST.Bring all water to a boil, let it boil for one (1) minute, and let it cool before using, OR use bottled water. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and food preparation until further notice. Boiling kills bacteria and other organisms in the water.
 
   While no contamination has been detected, the loss of pressure in the distribution system may have allowed disease-causing organisms to enter the water system. These organisms include bacteria, viruses, and parasites, which can cause symptoms such as nausea, cramps, diarrhea, and associated headaches. The symptoms above are not caused only by organisms in drinking water. If you experience any of these symptoms and they persist, you may want to seek medical advice.
 
   People with severely compromised immune systems, infants, and some elderly may be at increased risk. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers.
 
 What happened? What is being done?
 
In the distribution system just below the highway is a water leak. The leak has grown to a point where water service east of the highway is being interrupted (water service shut off) at least once a day. By doing so we are able to maintain enough water in the tank and provide service at least part time. By closing this valve, we lose all pressure in that portion of the distribution system and potentially allow contaminants into the system. This problem was first discovered on March 11, 2019
 
To correct the leak Ronnie Seyer, Greta Balzer and others including a leak detection company, are actively trying to pin point where this leak is located. Once located a repair will be made.
 
We anticipate resolving the problem within one week. For more information, please contact Greta Balzer at 720-235-2062 or Jonathan Ashton at 720-310-8258 or Town of Ward, P.O. Box 124, Ward, CO 8080481. General guidelines on ways to lessen the risk of infection by microbes are available from the EPA Safe Drinking Water Hotline at 1(800) 426-4791.
 
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.
 
This notice is being sent to you by Town of Ward, Colorado Public Water System ID#: CO0107834
Date distributed: March, 15, 2019

Town Of Ward Water Commission
Ward Co.
P.O. Box 124 80481
303-459-9273
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Anne cPerson was signed in when posted
03-14-2019
12:54 PM MT (US)
Does anyone know when Marroccos will open? Their phone recording says mid March.
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Ward Water ClerkPerson was signed in when posted
03-12-2019
04:54 PM MT (US)
Water Leak Update 3/11/19
The leak appears to be located between the Hwy and Modoc. It is increasing but is not yet visible. We have a call in to a professional leak detector whom we have used in the past.
He is not available until Thurs.
In the mean time the water will be turned off over night, and may be turned off mid day for 3 to 4 hours.
This water shut off is to make sure we have sufficient water in our tank.
Again we thank you for your patience and understanding.
Best Practice during a leak would be to conserve water when possible, keep 5 gallons on hand, and when running water for freeze protection keep the stream small, less than 1/2 the size of a pencil.
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Kristen CornwallPerson was signed in when posted
03-11-2019
03:32 PM MT (US)
Trying so hard to be patient, but just having surgery, it sure would be nice to be notified when the water will be off. Also the Water Board doesn't respond when asked. Not acceptable at all! I guess I'll call the state for answers.
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Lindsay TitaPerson was signed in when posted
03-10-2019
08:55 AM 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
Edited 03-11-2019 07:19 PM
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
03-07-2019
06:02 AM MT (US)
@Noble - I think you should contact Emy. Beth might be away still. 303-459-1013.
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M0rrisk5Person was signed in when posted
03-06-2019
06:10 PM MT (US)
@Noble - you might try Beth who works at Marroccos...sorry, don't have contact info. but someone in Ward will know how to contact her. Thanks for doing this!
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
02-28-2019
11:59 AM 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.
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Noble ThomasPerson was signed in when posted
02-27-2019
06:32 PM MT (US)
Hey there, I would like to roof that food bank building.. if anyone knows who to talk to please let me know. I don't need any money for it, just seems a shame to let the plywood sit there and get water damaged. my cell is: 7 juan 9 - four hundred - 9626

I want to donate materials and labor, no charge, unless they already have some materials purchased of course..
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Balarat Outdoor CenterPerson was signed in when posted
02-14-2019
12:08 PM MT (US)
Due to the teacher strike and no students up here this week, we've got some food coming to the food box. Lots of breads(spherical, flat, and cylindrical breads), milk, yogurt, lettuce (bring your own baggies- lettuce is in large bags) some cucc's and did I mention lettuce? Maybe 1245pm...

Happy Valentine's Day,
Pb + Deagan
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hoRRible hiTTlePerson was signed in when posted
02-14-2019
10:07 AM MT (US)
Is anybody in Ward selling split firewood and delivering to Jimtown. Would like to stock up before this next snow comes.
303-442-7157. Thanks.
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Will DatorPerson was signed in when posted
02-12-2019
06:18 PM MT (US)
Turntable Antiques in Ward is looking to buy old t-shirts and toys for an upcoming toy show we are doing in Loveland this Saturday.
If your looking to sell some stuff, we will consider almost any thing. But Mostly looking for 1970’& 80’s t-shirts and plastic toys; Star Wars, Gi-joe , Nintendo, Battletech model game, Nike Air sneakers from 1980’s, etc; just call and see if we want what our have.
 Vintage T-shirts & Jackets wanted : Harley, Professional Wrestling, Heavy Metal, Grateful Dead, Hippie themes, and sports jerseys. Super fair prices paid. 1-1000 items.
Call Will & Emy and we’ll come to your house with cash ! 303-459-1013
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Katie AlbrightPerson was signed in when posted
02-08-2019
10:24 AM MT (US)

Hey everyone, I am helping with the search for Delaney, the Vizsla that went missing from the Hessie trailhead on Tuesday There was a possible sighting about an hour ago across from the Brainard Lake Rd and I am hoping to get more eyes on her as the owner is on her way. We ask that you do not approach as she is panicked, but you can message me at 303-956-9320. Please also include the owner in the text, but she may not have cell service. Her number is 720-532-5420. Here's the flyer and a link to the post. Thank you.

https://www.facebook.com/missingpetrecover...ts/2462879250391763
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Will DatorPerson was signed in when posted
02-05-2019
03:20 PM MT (US)
Are you Looking to save some $. We now have 1/2 price high end dog food for sale at Turntable Antiques & Trading Post in Ward. A variety of different brands; grain free. Open by appt. call 303-459-1013
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Vincenzo_1111Person was signed in when posted
01-20-2019
02:34 PM MT (US)
Hi beautiful mountain people! I am just curious if anyone could let me know if the spring is turned back on? I went last week and it was off. I am so grateful for this healing water! I've been living up here for 4 years now and feel so blessed to be here. Let me know if you could, thank you! Planning to drive up tomorrow! :-)
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
01-18-2019
12:25 PM MT (US)

Meet new mountain friends! First social dinner of the new year on Friday, January 25, at Nederland Community Center. Learn from the Boulder District Attorney's office how to protect yourself from the latest Scams & Frauds. All ages adults welcome. Sign up today! 303-258-0799
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Aimee BruhnPerson was signed in when posted
01-15-2019
09:10 AM MT (US)

Today is the last day to sign up for health coverage for 2019! Visit Boulder County Housing & Human Services free walk-in enrollment event today from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the St. Vrain Community Hub (515 Coffman Street, Longmont) and one of our certified Health Coverage Guides will help find the plan that best fits you and your budget. Don’t delay, come in today!
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Lisa CassPerson was signed in when posted
01-13-2019
11:43 AM MT (US)

Found! Thanks to everyone who helped look for them!!
Edited 01-14-2019 01:20 PM
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Jamie PPerson was signed in when posted
01-11-2019
01:08 PM MT (US)

Elvis took off this morning and isn’t home yet. We live in the bar-k ranch above jamestown. 303-459-0409 if you happen to see him. It’s very unusual that he’s gone this long.
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Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
01-10-2019
10:12 AM MT (US)

Chili Cook-off- Sunday, Jan.27th 5-7pm at the Jamestown Town Hall
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Aimee BruhnPerson was signed in when posted
01-10-2019
08:41 AM MT (US)

Open Enrollment for health insurance ends on Tuesday, January 15th! If you or someone you know needs coverage, we're here to help! We're hosting a walk-in enrollment event TODAY at the Nederland Community Center (750 CO-72, Nederland, CO 80466) from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
01-08-2019
08:24 AM MT (US)

Kick off the new year with a healthy breakfast and make new friends! Mountain Peak Life Breakfast and (optional) Hike for all ages adults THIS Saturday at Nederland Community Center. Please sign up by Wednesday 5pm if possible at 303-258-0799 (details on flyer below or call with questions).
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
01-07-2019
08:28 PM MT (US)

Help our nonprofit Nederland Area Seniors raise money without donating! All you have to do is VOTE in our insurance company's photo contest for our photo of our local pickleball players.
Click on the link: https://review.wizehive.com/…/winter-2018-2019-photo-contes
Click on "Vote". You can vote daily this week only, Mon-Fri!
NAS helps older adults in the surrounding mountain areas stay active, social and healthy. Your vote could help us win a prize. Thank You!
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
12-28-2018
10:24 AM MT (US)

It's been an interesting year here in Way High Radio Land. We survived an attack upon our existence. An attack that challenged our purpose, that rocked us to our core and made us question the route ahead. We righted the ship and kept sailing in the name of Pure Community Radio. The spark that brought this experiment alive in 1997 still lives at the heart of it's being. Nothing fancy, rather rough at the edges, completely unpredictable in true Ward style.

We invite you to join us as we sail out of this last Way High Weekend of 2018. Thank you for being the wind in our sails. Happy New Year!
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Kate CarbonePerson was signed in when posted
12-14-2018
11:31 PM MT (US)
Part Time Job
One of our local elders is getting out of the hospital and is in need of help in her home. She needs a few hours a few days a week.
She lives near Glacier View.
Call me and I'll put you in with her.
(303) 447-9003
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Aimee BruhnPerson was signed in when posted
12-13-2018
09:33 AM MT (US)

Do you need health insurance? December 15th is the last day to apply to have coverage beginning January 1st. Boulder County is hosting a free, walk-in enrolment event TODAY until 3:00 p.m. at the Nederland Community Center, located at 750 CO-72. Our bilingual Health Coverage Guides are here to help with confidential application assistance and will help you find the plan that best fits you and your budget. Can't make it to Nederland today? Join us at our next enrollment event on Saturday, December 15th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the St. Vrain Community Hub, located at 515 Coffman Street in Longmont.
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Tom BalzerPerson was signed in when posted
12-11-2018
02:30 PM MT (US)
I can thaw metal pipes and underground waterlines.
303 459 3467
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Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
12-06-2018
04:55 PM MT (US)

Don't make yourself crazy with holiday shopping. Save the stress, save the gas, save a starving artist!
Shop at the Jamestown Holiday Art and Craft Fair, Saturday, Dec. 8th, 10am to 3pm at the Historic Jamestown Town Hall. Sponsored by JAM, Jamestown Area Artists and Musicians
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Nederland Food PantryPerson was signed in when posted
12-04-2018
05:49 PM MT (US)
Nederland Food Pantry Holiday Box, Toy, and Winter Clothing Distribution
December 8, 2018 Nederland Community Center 9:00 a.m. to Noon

Volunteers needed to help set-up on Friday, December 7th from 3:30 to 5:30.
Volunteer also needed at the event on December 8th from 8am to 1 pm
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
12-04-2018
06:55 AM MT (US)

Thank you to all who support our mountain seniors through the nonprofit Nederland Area Seniors on Colorado Gives Day today! https://www.coloradogives.org/NederlandAreaSeniors/overview
We are grateful also to our supporters sending checks to us at PO Box 188, Nederland CO 80466.
We welcome everyone to our many Mountain Peak Life events - Holiday Dinner and Sing-along Friday, 12/14!
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
11-29-2018
08:53 PM MT (US)

Holiday Mountain Market Arts & Crafts Festival - REVISED Performance Schedule and Santa Storytimes - THIS Weekend, December 1 & 2, Nederland Community Center.
60 Artisans/Crafters, Festive Hot Foods.
Huge Silent Auction Features African Safari, New Leather Multi-Feature Recliner, and over 200 Items, Gift Certificates, Restaurants! Proceeds benefit nonprofit Nederland Area Seniors.
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Colleen SPerson was signed in when posted
11-27-2018
10:30 AM MT (US)
Hey Amie W- Little Randy is trying to get ahold of you. If you see this, can you give her a call? zero 1 zero 5. Thank you!
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
11-18-2018
11:17 AM MT (US)

Holiday Mountain Market - 60 Artisans/Crafters; 13 hours of Live Performances; Over 200 Silent Auction Items; 6 Hours of Photos & Stories with Santa; Cafe - Nederland Community Center - Saturday, 12/1, 10am-5pm, Sunday, 12/2, 10am-4pm. Like our Facebook page Holiday Mountain Market!
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Beth BrothertonPerson was signed in when posted
11-12-2018
08:12 AM MT (US)

Local artists and artisans will be selling handmade items at the annual JAM Holiday Art and Craft Fair. Dec. 8th 10-3 at the Jamestown Town Hall

Consider skipping the online shopping and the big box retailers and purchase beautiful & meaningful gifts from friends and neighbors this year!
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
11-11-2018
11:19 PM MT (US)

Dinner with the music of Strangebyrds - this Friday at Nederland Community Center!
5:00 social, 5:30 meal, $10 all ages adults, $5 requested age 60+, Veterans FREE. RSVP by Wed, 11/14 to 303-258-0799
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2018
08:41 PM MT (US)
What I feel is sad is that the Town had any opportunity to use that lot as a community center and try and preserve some of it's history. It couldn't come together on a plan and the people offering to majorly fund the project gave up. Currently the building can only be preserved in essence. There is such major issues with it that it's an inevitable loss. In the last few years it has listed more to the right to the point where it's hard to get the door to work. The supports are bowing and are beginning to crack and dry rot. I'm sure there's a way to rig it for a little while longer as it also has the remnants of the Oddfellows Hall in it. I agree that there is still charm in it's presence but without some tlc it's doomed to be a pile of timbers.
That site is the only town property that is flat and has an existing electric drop. The food building is a trailer that still has it's wheels on it. That request was made by some townspeople at one of the meetings. It could be moved away if necessary, but I feel it is being overlooked as a valuable piece of infrastructure. The town is short on space. It has good electric and is insulated. If the current program were to cease, it could still be put to good use (Water Dept, etc..). I do believe that there are creative ways to make it look better which is why it's getting a roof and siding. This was also requested by townspeople at past meetings. It isn't done yet. The people involved are very open to concerns and suggestions.
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Carol jenkinsPerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2018
03:31 PM MT (US)
I'm referring to the prefab building to be used as the food box that is now being worked on.
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BirdhousePerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2018
03:01 PM MT (US)
Hi I’m not up to speed on exactly what you are referring to Carol. It sounds important and I’d like to know more. Could you pls give more specifics ?
Thanks
Lisa
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Carol jenkinsPerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2018
02:56 PM MT (US)
My main objection to Wards sustainability program is the decision to place a very ugly structure right in front of one of our lovely historic buildings, as you can see from the painting I did pictured on this page it has been the subject of paintings and photographs for many years. I can't believe this was not brought to the town to decide on such a drastic visual impact on our town.
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Karen DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
11-05-2018
12:14 PM MT (US)

Need pies for Thanksgiving? You can order here:
https://www.cognitoforms.com/PieLadyPies1/pieladypies
Check it out; it's as easy as pie!
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
11-01-2018
11:13 AM MT (US)
To the Town of Ward and all who consider themselves a part of it:

I've been gone for the last week or so. Before I left Ward, I was made aware that Ronnie thinks that the Sustainability / Food Program should be shut down because he believes that it is not serving the town and is fostering a homeless situation in town. The Radio station was also implicated as doing the same (proof please). Crystal talked with Ronnie at that point and realized that his opinion seemed to be built upon a lot of misunderstanding. Now I was made aware that a petition is being circulated against the Sustainability / Food Program . I have not seen it. Will somebody please enlighten me as to what it is about and their feelings about this. I will say this, I find it sad that people can't ask questions and communicate with the people involved with these programs to bring up their concerns. It's really not that hard to do. It's a lot easier than making a concerted effort to destroy people's good efforts. Many people have benefitted from the volunteer efforts of this program, including Ronnie. It's not that I don't believe there are valid concerns. I believe that there is a much different way to proceed to get those concerns addressed. In that process, we all go forward and thrive. My question to all of you Wardos is this, do you want to go forward and build upon these ideas or do you want to rip it all down and have it all just be a fond memory?

Sounds like this issue will be on the agenda at the town meeting on this Monday, Nov 5th at 7pm. See ya there.
Edited 11-01-2018 11:14 AM
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Aimee BruhnPerson was signed in when posted
11-01-2018
10:30 AM MT (US)

Open Enrollment is here! Need help signing up for health insurance? Join us at one of our Open Enrollment drop-in events at the Nederland Community Center located at 750 CO-72, Nederland, CO 80466. Walk-ins are welcome. We have certified Health Coverage Guides available to help you enroll in a health coverage plan that fits your budget and needs. Can't make it to a drop-in event? Schedule an appointment with a Health Coverage Guide by calling 303-441-1000, texting INSURANCE to 720-605-5556, or visiting our website www.whymebouldercounty.org.
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
10-24-2018
07:48 PM MT (US)

Last Call to sign up for Mountain Peak Life Mexican Dinner & Games Night - THIS Friday, 10/26, 5pm Doors, 5:30pm Meal, Nederland Community Center. All ages adults welcome. $5 Req contrib >60; $10 <60. Bring a game to play after dinner! RSVP 303-258-0799
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
10-09-2018
11:17 AM MT (US)

Mountain Peak Life - Last Sunday Social Brunch & Hike of the Year - this Sunday, 11am! Sign up today! 303-258-0799
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Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
10-01-2018
02:35 PM MT (US)
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-27-2018
09:13 AM MT (US)

Sign up TODAY to join us for Greek Dinner and a participative demo of International Folk Dance - THIS Friday! Nederland Community Center, 5:00pm social. Details on flyer - Info and RSVP 303-258-0799
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Klaus HolzapfelPerson was signed in when posted
09-23-2018
03:42 PM MT (US)
Shaz had a scheduling conflict and our meeting on affordable living has been moved to Tuesday 9/25 @ 7pm (still at the library). The message underneath has been edited accordingly. Hopefully some of you can make time and join us :)
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Klaus HolzapfelPerson was signed in when posted
09-20-2018
04:24 PM MT (US)
Shaz is hosting a meeting at the library in Ward on Tuesday 9/25 at 7pm.

We'll be talking about affordable living solutions for the community. We've been discussing this at the last town hall meeting and this is the first gathering of this new team.

At this stage we're collecting ideas and suggestions and will eventually work towards an actionable plan.

You're all invited to join us!

Questions?
Just email me at me@klausholzapfel.com or text/call at 310 383 7433. Shaz is a busy bee, so I'll relay anything to him that he needs to be aware of.
Edited 09-23-2018 03:40 PM
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Chuck SchultzPerson was signed in when posted
09-19-2018
02:54 PM MT (US)
Hello JT and friends -
I would like to let everyone know that I am open for business. I’ve been in the electrical industry for over 30 years and have a Colorado Master Electrician license. I’ve worked on a few houses here in JT so I also have references upon request. For JT and close by: I’ve reduced my rate for those of us who live up here and find it difficult to get contractors to come up the mountain. Call me at 847-346-8260 or email at theraceblogger@comcast.net

Thanks, love you guys
Chuck
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Michael NayadleyPerson was signed in when posted
09-18-2018
08:27 PM MT (US)
I found this little vacant fixer for sale in the town of Ward- https://www.patrickbrowngroup.com/listing/...nd-m-ward-co-80481/

I can see the place has been vacant for awhile probably a few winters and will need to be gutted, but it isn't my first rodeo.

I'm from Denver and I'm thinking about buying it fixing up slowly and using as a weekend cottage for me and my family.

Any words of wisdom or warnings for a potential new neighbor???!

Any advice would be much appreciated.
Thanks!
Nayadley@hotmail.com
720 209 0238
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Patty CypherPerson was signed in when posted
09-17-2018
12:47 PM MT (US)
A friend has a furnished 2 bedroom with garage for rent for winter located on the Overland Road near the Ceran St. Vrain trailhead for experienced mountain folks. Pet allowed. Rent $ 1200 mo negotiable depending on utilities and number of people. Local references required. Call Renee, 813-505-ll20.
Edited 09-17-2018 12:48 PM
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Patty CypherPerson was signed in when posted
09-13-2018
03:06 PM MT (US)

Join us this Sunday to Celebrate the start our renovations on our Historic Church. Hardhats for all the kids . . . and we will recreate this historic photo.
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-12-2018
04:33 AM MT (US)

All Ages - Family & Community Event
Italian Night Dinner - THIS Saturday!
Movie & Dinner or Dinner & Movie
Spaghetti Dinner after 3pm Matinee ($5) of 3-Academy Award classic film "Roman Holiday" or before "The Spy Who Dumped Me".
Drop-in (no reservations) 4:30pm-7:30pm,
Nederland Community Center
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
09-04-2018
04:24 PM MT (US)

Kick off the weekend with friends and a delicious, affordable chef-prepared meal! Nederland Community Center this Saturday, 9/8. Optional Hike follows. We love meeting new folks! RSVP NOW to 303-258-0799.
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Angie BurnhamPerson was signed in when posted
08-27-2018
06:56 PM MT (US)
Remembering the Fifth Anniversary of the Flood

Screening of CHANGE, Jamestown After The Flood.

Museum of Boulder
Tuesday, September 11 doors open at 6:00 pm
Live Music by Käri Jorgensen, Gary Dunn, Tom Williams, Elise Williams
Free Admission
2205 Broadway, N.W. Corner of Pine St and Broadway
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joanne colePerson was signed in when posted
08-25-2018
12:48 PM MT (US)

Hey there, Gold Hill Gold Rush is looking for Artists for our September event. Please read below and share far & wide. THANKS! Hope you can join us!!

Contact Joanne Cole 303-443-7459 jocole420@gmail.com

The town of Gold Hill will be celebrating our annual Gold Rush Sunday September 23rd, 2018 from 9am-3pm. We are looking for artists wanting to sell hand-made crafts. Booth fee $20 to secure your spot. Vendor MUST provide their own tent, table & chair. Set up MUST be completed by 9am start time.

 The Gold Rush consists of bake sale, rummage sale, local artists, food, and live music; proceeds to benefit the Gold Hill Town Meeting and Community.

For more information please contact Joanne Cole 303-443-7459

About Gold Hill: Gold Hill is an historic mining town celebrating its 158th anniversary, located an easy drive 9 miles west of Boulder via Mapleton Ave/Sunshine Canyon. Enjoy a stroll down Main Street and take in the beauty of times gone by. Businesses to visit include the Gold Hill General Store (http://goldhillgeneralstore.com/), the Red Store featuring pottery & stained glass and the Gold Hill Inn (http://www.goldhillinn.com) open for dinner at 5pm. Gold Hill also boasts Colorado’s oldest running school, a History Museum and a unique spirit that has endured for years. Please join us for this celebration of survival, culture and a very special sense of Community!! This event is FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
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Erin TrippPerson was signed in when posted
08-23-2018
10:48 AM MT (US)

Hi JT,
I just bought this dog bed for $54.99. It is WAY way too big for our pup (oops, should have studied the specs more closely). The (clean) dog slept on it one and only one night. Would love to transfer the bed to a new home for a fair trade or best $$ offer. See pic below.

(PS Morris, Jake is your guy....)

Thanks...
Erin
909.532.6075
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
08-16-2018
01:03 PM MT (US)

Salmon Social Dinner with the Music of Arwen Ek - Friday, 8/24. Check out our new name: Mountain Peak Life! All ages adults welcome.
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BarbaraSperlPerson was signed in when posted
08-16-2018
07:22 AM MT (US)
Jacob and Ryan did a great job on my chimneys. 303-990-7255
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M0rrisk5Person was signed in when posted
08-15-2018
06:08 PM MT (US)
Chimney Sweep - Any recommendations for someone who services the Ward area? Need a pro with insurance, etc. Thanks! matzi at pacbell dot net. <<<THANKS BARBARA!!!>>><<<THANKS ERIN!>>>
Edited 08-23-2018 09:54 PM
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Andrew BarthPerson was signed in when posted
08-06-2018
05:12 PM MT (US)
Lee Hill Drive Construction Update - Road closures ending Tuesday evening, Aug. 14.
I learned today that construction is going well and that the full-road closures will no longer be necessary after 6 p.m. next Tuesday, Aug. 14. There will still be work taking place during the day, but one lane will remain open at all times and crews will use flaggers to move travelers safely through the work zone. The road will be returned to a two-lane configuration each evening.

After the current culvert project is complete, another contractor will begin the concrete work that needs to be completed before repaving operations can take place. The road will not be closed during this phase of the project, but there will be daytime lane closures and flaggers will be utilized to guide people around active work areas. Repaving Lee Hill Drive and Deer Trail is anticipated to take place next spring.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during our work.
Let me know if you have questions.
Have a good evening.

Andrew

Andrew Barth
Communications
Boulder County Transportation
303-441-1032
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
07-19-2018
08:17 AM MT (US)

All ages - family community breakfast! Saturday, 7/28, 8am-11am, Nederland Community Center. Proceeds support Nederland Area Seniors. Everyone welcome - no reservations required, just stop by!
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Karelle SPerson was signed in when posted
07-12-2018
03:40 PM MT (US)
Work Party at the new Sustain Ward building (at the old Catholic Church) this Sunday at 10AM! Bring tools. We'll have refreshments. DM me for more info or call me: 3363. We're going to be adding the rest of the sides, finishing the skirting and digging footers and a trench for the electric. Please come help us prepare our new food building.
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Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
07-11-2018
11:19 AM MT (US)
oops regarding the free futon: reach us at bddowe@gmail.com
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Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
07-11-2018
11:17 AM MT (US)

FREE!! This futon is clean and in good shape. It opens to a full size bed. The frame is wood.
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joanne colePerson was signed in when posted
07-10-2018
09:25 PM MT (US)

For Sale: 2006 Rav 4 with 158k miles. Great mountain car, reliable, comfy and in excellent shape. Asking $8k
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Andrew BarthPerson was signed in when posted
07-06-2018
01:21 PM MT (US)
Lee Hill Drive weekday closures start Monday for culvert project - Closures in place 24-7 from Monday morning through Thursday evening every week

Boulder County Transportation will begin a reconstruction project to replace a large culvert on Lee Hill Drive starting Monday, July 9. The project will require weekday closures of Lee Hill Drive from Monday, July 9 through Thursday, Aug. 16, weather permitting. Construction will continue through September, but the full-roadway closure will not be necessary the entire time.

Closure of Lee Hill Drive at Six Mile Creek This Summer

Phase I of this project will involve replacement of a failing culvert at Six Mile Creek, which is located near 3250 Lee Hill Drive, approximately halfway between Olde Stage Road and Deer Trail Drive. Lee Hill Drive will be closed to all traffic at Six Mile Creek, 24-hours a day in both directions, from 7 a.m. on Mondays through 6 p.m. on Thursdays, until we can maintain a safe travel lane. From 6 p.m. on Thursdays through 7 a.m. on Mondays, a traffic signal will be used as Lee Hill Drive will be reduced to a single lane of travel.
Emergency responders have been notified of the work and and contingency plans have been put in place to ensure they can get through the work zone at all times to assist with emergencies.

Residents living west of the closure location, which includes the Boulder Heights subdivision, will be detoured to Lefthand Canyon Drive. Residents living east of the closure area can use Lee Hill Drive to access their property. The closure will be in effect for all travelers (motor vehicles and cyclists).

Construction will continue later this year, as a county contractor will be installing concrete curb and gutter approximately 1,500 feet up Lee Hill Drive from Olde Stage Road. Lane closures are anticipated during this work with single lane of traffic controlled by a traffic signal on nights and weekends.

The entire stretch of Lee Hill Drive from Olde Stage Road to Deer Trail Road, along with the entirety of Deer Trail will be repaved in 2019 and all guardrail will be replaced. More details will be provided prior to construction.

For more information on this project, visit www.LeeHillDrive.com or contact Boulder County Transportation at 303-441-3900. All current Boulder County Transportation road project information is available at www.BoCoConeZones.com.
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
07-05-2018
09:32 AM MT (US)

New Date! Mountain MidLife Summer Salad & Soup Soiree w/ Delicious Desserts and Music by Blackdog Jon Ridnell. Friday, 7/13, Nederland Community Center - see flyer for details. RSVP to 303-258-0799.
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Town of Ward WaterPerson was signed in when posted
06-29-2018
04:43 PM MT (US)
Town of Ward Water
Consumer Confidence Report is available.
Posted at the Ward P.O., by email, and or a copy will be sent out with the 2nd quarter bills.

Contact The Town of Ward Water for a copy, and or questions regarding the CCR report
303-459-9273
Or by email
townofwardwater@gmail.com

Our current Head Water Operator is

Jonathan Ashton

Thank You All
Town of Ward Water
Edited 06-29-2018 04:44 PM
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Jackson DPerson was signed in when posted
06-29-2018
04:06 PM MT (US)
Howdy, friendly Ward-os...

posting this CL ad here because I greatly prefer living with folks who already know and love the mountain lifestyle. We have a room available coming up Sep 1 in Jamestown on West Mesa St. If this interests you, and you're stably employed etc, please follow up through the CL ad, link posted here:

https://boulder.craigslist.org/roo/d/maste...-in/6629989537.html
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Karelle SPerson was signed in when posted
06-21-2018
06:41 AM MT (US)
A reminder:

Aging Well in Ward (AWIW) Is hosting a presentation by Tim Johnson from the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office on current scams directed at our senior residents:
 
“Fraudsters and scam artists abound in our modern society. Learn about many of the more common frauds they use and learn about the tools to defend yourself. From charity and contractor fraud, to internet and phone based scams, you will learn about the most common themes used by these criminals and the best way to guard yourself against them.”
 
When: Saturday, June 23rd, 10am to 12pm
 
Where: Ward Community Church
 
Light refreshments will be served
 
(Carpooling recommended as parking is limited)

An RSVP would be appreciated karelle dot scharff at gmail dot com
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
06-20-2018
09:47 AM MT (US)

Last Call! Mountain MidLife Mexican Dinner & Games Night THIS Friday! Sign up today! 303-258-0799
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John GustkePerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2018
09:56 PM MT (US)
Last Saturday morning, I dropped off some items at the annual Ward cleanup day. In the process, my Leatherman "Wingman" multi-tool somehow became disassociated from the interior of my van. I am fairly certain that it happened while the van was being unloaded at Ward. While it's not tremendously expensive, or hard to find another, it has a personal value to me. It does have a laser-etched marking that makes it uniquely identifiable. If anyone here has seen it (not likely) or knows anyone who might have seen it or heard of it (more likely), please let me know. Ward phone exchange, x.0305, or nmiexi - at- geemail. Thanks.
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Betty DowePerson was signed in when posted
06-12-2018
08:29 AM MT (US)
Hi
My daughter is searching for purple lilacs for her wedding. She is willing to pay for fresh stems. The wedding is the 19th. If anyone has any lilacs to offer please email me at bddowe at gmail.com. I'll be happy to come cut them this weekend. Thanks.
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
05-30-2018
08:57 AM MT (US)

Sunshine and Smiles at Social Sunday Brunch! Nederland Community Center, Sunday, June 10, 11am Social, 11:30am Meal. RSVP several days ahead: 303-258-0799
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Karelle SPerson was signed in when posted
05-25-2018
11:52 AM MT (US)
Aging Well in Ward (AWIW)
 
Is hosting a presentation by
 
Tim Johnson from the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office
 
On current scams directed at our senior residents:
 
“Fraudsters and scam artists abound in our modern society. Learn about many of the more common frauds they use and learn about the tools to defend yourself. From charity and contractor fraud, to internet and phone based scams, you will learn about the most common themes used by these criminals and the best way to guard yourself against them.”
 
When: Saturday, June 23rd, 10am to 12pm
 
Where: Ward Community Church
 
Light refreshments will be served
 
(Carpooling recommended as parking is limited)
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David MPerson was signed in when posted
05-21-2018
09:37 AM MT (US)
Does anyone have any recommendations for an appliance repair that will come to the mountains? Have Columbine scheduled for next week and "John's Appliance" doesn't "go up there." It's a fridge repair, a little more urgent. Thanks! 720-530-0097 cell/text
Edited 05-21-2018 10:00 AM
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
05-18-2018
08:42 PM MT (US)

Community / Veterans Memorial Weekend Dinner.
All age Veterans FREE as our honored guests!
Speaker Tom Tudor (former Guard of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier) weaves the history of our nation through the stories of individuals in "Who's Buried at Arlington Cemetery?" after dinner.
Friday, 5/25, 5pm social, 5:30pm meal (Beef Ribs, Corn, Potato Salad, Greens Salad, Apple Pie)
Non-veteran prices only $10 Adult, $5 requested contribution over age 60.
Please call by Tuesday, 5/22, for reservations: 303-258-0799.
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Emy DatorPerson was signed in when posted
05-10-2018
06:53 PM MT (US)
Rusty! Friends at the bottom of Ward are looking for their cute brown rat terrier dog. Please call if you see Rusty. x-1013
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Emily LandonPerson was signed in when posted
04-29-2018
01:26 AM MT (US)

OWNER FOUND!
This lovely husky came up to our house tonight on Bramer rd. He doesn't have a collar, let us know if you are looking for him, he is spending the night with us.
Edited 04-29-2018 12:15 PM
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
04-28-2018
11:59 AM MT (US)

Tomorrow at the Church!
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Blair WilsonPerson was signed in when posted
04-21-2018
03:12 PM MT (US)

You're all invited to support Pure Community Radio. Contrary to popular belief, Way High Radio is alive and well. Come join us as we raise money to support us on our Path to the Future.
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Deputy DanPerson was signed in when posted
04-18-2018
08:35 PM MT (US)

They're back... Lock your cars!
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
04-17-2018
08:19 AM MT (US)

Explore Portugal Friday, April 27, with world travelers Andre Mallinger and John Leventhal. They will present slides and stories of their recent bicycle and auto trip after we dine on a Portugese-style meal at the Mountain MidLife Social Dinner. Nederland Community Center, 5pm. Only $5 (requested contribution) over age 60 and $10 everyone else. RSVP 303-258-0799.
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Mike gulleksonPerson was signed in when posted
04-13-2018
03:52 PM MT (US)

Hi residents of ward if you are missing a black cat male with white tips on all four paws and white on the neck with a white tip nose please contact my email at calimarimon@gmail.com
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
04-11-2018
05:51 PM MT (US)

SIGN UP NOW to meet friends old and new at the Mountain MidLife Social Brunch THIS Sunday - 4/15, 11am. Call 303-258-0799 to RSVP for Chef-prepared meal - only $8 under age 60, $5 requested contribution over age 60!
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Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
04-06-2018
03:37 PM MT (US)
Please support your local computer guy. (Bar-K Ranch)
Me.
Apple & PC
I fix computers! and computer related frustrations
I provide full service support and solutions for home and businesses of all sizes
Office Apps, desktop hardware, printers, network devices, phone integration, firewalls and routers.
Whether you need phone support or a qualified technician on-site today.
I can assist you with all of your I.T. needs.
sal@affordablepcmedic.com. 303-907-0499. http://www.affordablepcmedic.com/
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The BunnyPerson was signed in when posted
03-30-2018
08:01 AM MT (US)

Jamestown Easter Egg Hunt 2018!

When: Saturday March 31, 2018 11am

Where: Elysian Park

Please have a family member or friend show up between 10-10:30am to hide eggs and treats-recommended are 15-20 items for each child participating. If you have friends coming, be sure to hide treats for them. Toys and treats for kids 3 years and under can be wrapped in foil or bright colors to make them easier to find.

Don’t forget to dress for the weather! Hunt will start promptly at 11am.

The hunt is for kids UNDER 12, but middle school and high school kids are welcome and encouraged to come hide eggs and to help the 4-6 year olds hunt in the big park area.
Hope to see you there!
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Atashnaa Medicine ShieldPerson was signed in when posted
03-22-2018
07:30 PM MT (US)
Misc. for Sale
Pressure Cooker sold

Double Wall SS black (Duravent) stovepipes. All in excellent condition.
NEW PRICE $90
12"
18"
Elbow
https://boulder.craigslist.org/mat/d/doubl...ack/6540183037.html

Simple Elegant leaded glass window, 11.25 x 33.5, NEW PRICE $75
See picture on CL
https://boulder.craigslist.org/mat/6540194082.html
Edited 03-24-2018 09:27 PM
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Amie WeinbergPerson was signed in when posted
03-21-2018
03:02 PM MT (US)
FYI: Boulder County has joined forces with a variety of local organizations to address the food waste issues in our county and county. Very exciting. This is the beginning of a long term effort.

Did you know that the average American tosses nearly 300 lbs of food each year? Boulder County, Boulder Food Rescue, The Boulder County Sustainability Program, BVSD School Food Project, PACE, Community Food Share, City of Boulder, Longmont Food Rescue, Uproot Colorado, Post Action Landfill Network, and the Resource Conservation Advisory Board to change that!

Join individuals and organizations across the county this April 16-22 for Boulder County’s first annual Food Waste Awareness Week. Throughout the week, Boulder County and its partners will be hosting a series of events to bring awareness to this issue in our community, across the country and around the world. Community members can join us for the following events:

● A screening of Just Eat It, an investigation of food waste from the farm to the fridge. (The Nederland Community Center will also be hosting a showing of this in the near future)

● Tour of Boulder Food Rescue

● Volunteering at Community Food Share
 

We will also be sharing food waste information, waste reduction tips, food reuse recipes from area chefs and other important food waste messages on social media and through an email newsletter.
 
● Sign up to receive updates at www.bouldercounty.org/food-waste and encourage other to sign up as well.

● Follow Boulder County on Facebook or Twitter and share our upcoming events on social media and your website or newsletter.
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
03-19-2018
07:27 PM MT (US)

Empanadas! Beef or veggie. Mountain MidLife Social Dinner THIS Friday! Sign up NOW to join the fun. Bring a game you'd like to play with new friends after dinner. Let us know if you have special dietary needs...303-258-0799.
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The Easter BunnyPerson was signed in when posted
03-16-2018
10:04 AM MT (US)

Jamestown Easter Egg Hunt 2018!

When: Saturday March 31, 2018 11am

Where: Elysian Park

Please have a family member or friend show up between 10-10:30am to hide eggs and treats-recommended are 15-20 items for each child participating. If you have friends coming, be sure to hide treats for them. Toys and treats for kids 3 years and under can be wrapped in foil or bright colors to make them easier to find.

Don’t forget to dress for the weather! Hunt will start promptly at 11am.

The hunt is for kids UNDER 12, but middle school and high school kids are welcome and encouraged to come hide eggs and to help the 4-6 year olds hunt in the big park area.

Hope to see you there!
Edited 03-16-2018 10:08 AM
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
03-08-2018
11:24 AM MT (US)

The big Frozen Dead Guy Days celebration weekend is here! Our nonprofit seniors serve our Community Pancake Breakfast to nearly 500 locals and visitors at the Nederland Community Center.
Please support our organization that provides services to hundreds of mountain older adults.
Locals know the fastest service is 8:00am-9:30am Saturday and 8:00am-11:00am Sunday. FDGD visitors keep us busy from about 9:30am-11:00am Saturday.
Only $5 requested contribution over age 60, $8 Adult, $4 Kids under age 12.
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Jill BPerson was signed in when posted
03-08-2018
11:05 AM MT (US)

On Saturday night I bore witness to the aftermath of a very sad accident half a mile above the Eldora turnoff, and Ned writer Denise Boehler tells the story in the link below. We all - myself included - should slow down in wildlife corridors and use high beams at night when not in heavy traffic. Accidents can happen to any of us regardless, but when we injure wildlife with our vehicles, we can use the free Animal Help Now app or ahnow.org to seek help. The app works offline. Next time you encounter a wildlife emergency, you may be glad to have the app downloaded on your phone and might save a life. We'll be seeing increased moose activity on the roads through May. https://wildsight.co/whose-world-doesnt-st...-across-their-path/
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Nichole ElmorePerson was signed in when posted
03-04-2018
10:27 PM MT (US)
Mountain Democrats, it's time get some representation in the statehouse and beyond in 2018! This year we have mid-term elections, and we're voting a in new governor for Colorado. Decide who gets on the primary ballot and join us for caucus! The Mountain Democratic caucus (precinct 914 and 915, or Ward, Jamestown, Rowena, Raymon, Riverside, Bar K, and everything in between) is this Tuesday March 6 2018 from 6-9pm at Jamestown Elementary school, and we need you- to elect delegates. Pre-register/sign up early for caucus (you need to be a registered Democrat to register for/vote in the caucus) at BoCoDems.org to make your check in smooth.
We also need a few good volunteers for about an hours work checking people in on Tuesday. Call me at 3/459-3426 for details, or come the school at 5:30 on Tuesday (check in starts at 6pm.)

This is what democracy looks like! Let mountain voices be heard!

Note: Unaffiliated/independent voters can come and observe (or volunteer for) the caucus, but you may not vote. This is more like a party team meeting. However, you can vote in the primaries this summer! Yay!
Edited 03-04-2018 10:29 PM
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oakPerson was signed in when posted
03-01-2018
02:15 PM MT (US)
Hi! anybody have a pair of small-ish coveralls i can borrow for an Oscars costume party on sunday? i want to be Frances McDormand in 3 Billboards.....gotta be comfy and easy for the first big post-surgery soiree. thanks 💜 7two0-266-4o67
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Reid ArmstrongPerson was signed in when posted
03-01-2018
12:35 PM MT (US)

Pile burning expected near Ward, Nederland, Raymond, Ceran St. Vrain
U.S. Forest Service crews successfully burned more than 1000 slash piles last week in the James Creek Project area, for a total of more than 5,000 piles burned to date.
Depending on conditions this week, burning will continue in the following areas:
James Creek Project: 1 Mile North East of Ward
Lump Gulch Project: West of Nederland 1 mile Southeast of high school
James Creek Project: Quarter mile west of Raymond. Potential smoke impacts to Peaceful Valley, Raymond, Riverside, Allenspark, Bar K Subdivision; and,
James Creek Project: 2 miles east of Peak to Peak on Overland Rd. at Ceran Saint Vrain Trailhead. Potential smoke impacts to Sky View Estates, Glacier View , Bar K subdivision Gold Lake, Jamestown.
Public and firefighter safety is always the number one priority in burning operations. 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 the buildup of fuels on the landscape under the safest conditions.
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. Ignitions are generally expected to begin after 10 a.m. and will cease several hours before sunset. Firefighters monitor the area after burning is complete.
If you know anyone else who would like to receive updates on pile burning activities in the Boulder Ranger District area, have them email krarmstrong@fs.fed.us and ask to be added to our email updates.
A complete list of areas where pile burning could occur on the Boulder Ranger District this season is located at: http://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/4648/
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Mountain MidLifePerson was signed in when posted
02-20-2018
09:18 AM MT (US)

Mountain MidLife Dinner and Classical Piano Music THIS Friday, 2/23. Meet new and old friends. All age adults welcome. RSVP by Wednesday, please - 303-258-0799.
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