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Our 131st Year The S;Igu:lelle ('reseeni Sagnaclae, 4'olorlldo I|1119 Th,rsda,.l. 2010 /" ..... Where Are Why Do We Need Classified Advertising They Now? a Library District *FOR SALE 1968 Chevy 8 yard dump truck. 2 speed axle. $2,000.00 Also 1997 Dodge 3/4 ton diesel 3500 club cab w/work box. Auto- matic. Overloads. $9,000.00. See at 26278 Woodward, K.V. 256- 5941. 28-4 iq i ,le WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCTS Since 1868 - 655-2805 . Margaret .WANTED WANTED TO BUY -- Junk ve- hicles and scrap iron. We will haul. Please call Darrell at 719-221-4582. *SERVICF ADAMS TREE SERVICE Licensed and Insured Owner/ Operator with 30 Years Experience Darrell Adams -- 719-221-4582 HATE TO CLEAN? Those pesky "Honey Does" catch- ing up to you? Having a reunion or party? I will do those jobs for you, evenings after 4:00 and weekends by appointment. Call Ellen Cox at 655-9937. $15.00 an hour. ,FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT -- In Moffat, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, large yard, ,'continued from front page) ' That was one of the reasons we ,,mutniulm.q.t.q,tw,,gmm,lmr left our ranch in Colorado. The area was getting tougher and lk* [ tougher to ranch in because of elsen urban sprawl and non-ag people Real Estate ANNE C. NIELSEN BROKER l,icensed in 1977 irving the Area. Since. 197,9 P.O. Box 55 30755 Hwy 114 CONLEY WASTE MANAGEMENT SAGUACHE TRASH SERVICE Locally Owned and Operated 655-2833 garage, storage area. $600/month. 719-539-3007. 21-4 construction project Puerto Del Norte Haciendas has "-----'---+ ........ new, clean 1-2-3 bedroom apart- merits. Call 655-2804 to learn of vacancies and/or apply for wait- ing list. Section 8 Choice Vouchers accepted. Eaual Housing Oppor- tunity. TTY Relay: 7-1-1 THEATRE Fri,, Sat & Sun. 6:30 p.m. Saturday Matinee l:00pm Sherlock Holmes Movie Info Line 655-6300 qcvv-rvvvv,qP"qvvqrv vvv vvv'vvvvv - Mary Jones INCOME TAX AND BOOKKE00IN6 SERVI(E E!,ECTRONIC FILING OF EiERAL & STATE RETURNS / FOR APPOINTMENT CALL 1303 ACEQUIA DRIVE MONTE VISTA, CO 81144 852-0996 JOYMARK ACCOUNTING & TAX SERVICE buying up pastureland. The land on Kodiak was a dia- mond in the rough for Dad and me. There were no fences or barns when we got here, and hay fields needed to be made. It looked like a pretty cool adventure! We started with 40 mother cows and are now built up to 150, not to mention last year's calves and 2-year-aids. Saguache. CC) 8"1 ] 49 Scottish Highland cattle came 719-fi55-2255 with the place when we bought it. lllllllllllll[lllllliq|lllHl!llllllll11111llllllll| We've since added Belted Gallo- way, Angus, Hereford and what- ever the Russians raised 200 years ago. These cattle came. from Sitki- nak Isand and Chirikoff Island, so they're well adal.ed to the wea- ther. There are three other ranches on the island and two of them run mostly buffalo. The other cattle ranch runs 30 to 40 head over by the ,town of Kodiak. Sitinak Island is 60 miles south of our ranch. Bob and Nathan Mudd run it and are preparing to start selling beef with a portable Roll-Off Conta;ners are slaughter facility. available for that Dad and I also started our own company, Coplee International, Inc. We sell most of our cattle right here on the ranch. The best'part about raising cat- .../...,......, ...,../........ tie on this island is that we don't REALTY& LAND We Specialize in All Phases of Real Estate Transactions Including Investments, Listing, Advertising, Promoting,. 1031 Exchanges and Sales of ALL Types of Real Estate Phone (719) 655-2408 300 8tk Street have any diseases as long as we don't bring them in. I haven't seen one case of scours, and boy, is that nice! Dad and I also have two horse herds. One is somewhat domesti- cated-we feed them in the winter and have them on a breeding pro- gram. I brought a Thoroughbred/ Quarter horse cross along with us in order to breed some size into hese small island horses. There are eight mares in the gentle herd. The wild herd has 21 mares. If we can keep the bears away, things are looking pretty good up here for us up here in Alaska. OUR CAbIERA COWGIRL By Londie Garcia-Padelsky Manmmoth Lakes, California Last summer, I had the time Saguache, CO 81149 of my life being a cowgirl on Chris ,-,a,,.'v,,. and Donny,s ranch on Kodiak Is- land. I met Chris through my Twice Told Tales USED BOOKS Monday. Friday - 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday. 2 - 4 p.m. Next to Ute Theatre Staffed by the Friends of the Library to profit the Saguache County- Public Library Darryl Reinsel Home Improvements 719-850-1249 Serving Saguache and Surrounding Areas PET STYLES Full Service lGrooming Superintendent's Report ..... Principal's Report Clips - Brushing -:Nails- Baths Maintenance ,Report : brother, Ran. The guys are roping team buddies, and Chris often makes the trip out to my family's ranch in San Obispo, California. Ran was teaching a roping clin- ic on the island, and I decided to visit. No one had to twist my arm. I love riding horses, and the photo opportunities are pentiful. The area has high, rugged and vividly green mountains, lush mea- dows, flowing rivers and bays, and some of the most scenic and wild wilderness country that ever ex- isted. The day I visited, I helped the guys drive some cattle Chris had supplied to a rodeo. It was tricky, yet empowering, leading the cat- tle through rushing rivers and back ,to their pasture. But we worked hard and played hard, too! MOUNTAIN VALLEY SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATTON Regular Monthly Meeting AGENDA Office of the Superintendent/ Board Room TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9 - 6pm Call to Order Roll Call Approval of Agenda Audience Comments & Questions Community/School Garden Report Accountability Committee Report Academic Excellence Student Council Report OOO,.O..O,.()O'*O''OO''() Saguachc Library closures have been in PROPANE the news throughout the past year, the nost recent in Colorado being FUEL three public libraries in the city HUNTING of Aurora. These' unforunate events are a FISHING direct resultof the con0micldown- turn. State and local-governments are financially strapped and forc- ed to make painful budget Cuts. Saguache County is no exception. County funding currently covers only a portion of what it costs to operate our public library in Sag- uache. It is a continuing struggl to make up the difference, with private and public grants, inc!ad- ing county sales tax grants; , and massive donations of volunteer hourS, dollars and books:: This effort is not sustainable. The alternative is to orm a li- brary district, funded ty a small property tax that will ensure sta- ble and adequate library funding-- independent of political or econ- omic factors affectirg local gov- ernment. Nearly half the libraries in Colo- rado now are operated as library districts, including neighboring li- braries in Rio Grade County, Gun- nison County, N3rthern Chaffee County, Southern Chaffee County and Conejos Cou;aty. ,These libraries, in contrast to those operated by cities or coun- ties, are thriviag. Voters, recog- nizing the value for the dollar that libraries provide, have over- whelmingly st,ported the crea- tion of new library districts every year. Friends of the Saguache County Library will begin circulating pet- itions this week, asking that for- mation of the Northern Saguache County Library District (NSCLD) be placed on the November 2010 election ballot. Voters in the Mountain Valley and Moffat school districts, at the same time, will be asked to ap- prove a 5 mill levy to support the district. The cost will be ap- proximately $3.25 per month for the owner of a $100,000 home. The new district, if approved by voters, will operate both the Saguache Library and the Baca Grande Library, now funded by the Baca Grande Property Ow- ners Association. Each library will retain its own autonomy and un- Ique character, but both will bene- fit from the sharing of materials and resources. With passage of the NSCLD in- iative, Saguache library staff hope to increase library hours, expand programs and services, and im- prove outreach to outlying com- munities. Friends of the Library believe that a thriving public li- brary is key to economic revital- ization and quality of life. Birthdays Cathy Hammel on Feb. 7th Phillip Zimmer on Feb. 8th Dave Jaramill5 on Feb. 8th Melinda Myers on Feb. 8th Leo Armenta, Jr. on Feb. 8th Jackie Stephens on Feb. 10th Earl Davey on Feb. 10th Kimberly Flickinger on Feb. 10th Reba Mathias on Feb. 10th Erwin Winfield on Feb. 10th Dan Hazard on Feb. llth Shawn Maes on Feb. llth Mary Nelson on Feb. llth Arnold Hayes on Feb. 12th Amanda Hazard on Feb. 12th Anniversaries Tad & Susan Duchin an Feb. 9th Community Theater Seeking Photos The Saguache COlmmunity Thea- tre is seeking photos and videos taken at their production of 'Christ- mas Unplugged" that was pre- sented at the Ute Theatre 6n De- :comber 18 and 19, 209. Employer end of year em- ployee accounting including I099s & W2s Individual & Small Business tax returns Accounting for Small Busi- nesses Sales Tax returns E-filed returns At Jo/mark we are committed to friendly, accurate accounting & tax services at reasonable rates. Town Market GROCERY DELl HARDWARE LOTTERY Saguache, Colorado Man.. Sat. 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m. . 6 p.m. Telephone: 719.655.2616 DirecTV No money down, up to 4 rooms for new customers Equipment and installation included. Starting at $29.99 a month for over 50 channels and the local Denver stations. Credit approval and an 24-month commitment required After the primary receiver, each additional receiver is $4.99 a month. Call for current promotions Rainbow Enterprises Local Saguache County Dealee DENNIS NEUHAUS 256-4110 or 1-800-530-1992 I will match any deal you are offered for DirecTV. -- - , ff .... Iql I ,::,: Sangre de Cristo f'! " f- "N (-i"  Trading Post & Feed Store /" Organic atuca, F oos & rouce Personal Care & Supplements % In Moffat off Hwy17, East of mile marker 106 We Accept Food Stamps Coop membership $10 per year -- orders wholesale plus 10% and 10% off store purchases. Mon.- Fri.-- 12-6 Closed - Sat. & Sun.-- 256-4277 I I '11 I OLD COW TOWN Open Every Weekend Friday-Sunday Evenings 4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Enjoy a mouthwafering steak and other specials by the warmth of the fireplace Prepared by chef Jon (719) 655-2224 -- www.oldcowiown.nei 36710 CC 36 -- Saguache, CO Saguache County Credit Union ALL YOUR FINANCIAL NEEDS RIGHT HERE AT HOME Shore Cerfificotes, Wire Transfers, Travelers Cheques, Sovings and Checking Accounts, Loons, Money Orders, Night Deposit Box, Direct Deposits, Homebonking, Telephone Teller, Quest Cash Transactions JOIN THE CREDIT UNION TODAY! (locally owned and always will be) 601 Reynolds Ave. * P.O. Box 337 * Moffat CO 8114.3 * 719-264899 Monday - Friday -- 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 395 Worth St. * P.O. Box 956 * Center, CO 81125 * 719-754-2632 Tuesday & Thursday 10-1:30 - Friday 10 - 5 - Saturday 9 - 12 110 E. Silver Ave. * P.O. Box 129 *Crestone CO 81131 * 719-256-6000 Monday - Friday -- 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. i i. .......................... i ............. 1 Battle for the Mind Ladies Bible Study Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church Ear Cleaning - Vaccinations Transporation Report The photos will be enlarged and Minor Veterinary Care Board Member ReportS& Requests used for display in the theatre Correspondence - lobby. (by licensed DVM) ACTION ITEMS  ": Please call Chris at 970-596-4521, Call for appt. (719} .256-5919 Consent Agenda (Roatine items Virginia at 256-42.15 or Sara at 239- plore the battle for the mind. The Megan Shellaberg'er approvetl w}..one moti0n) ..... 0366: .. lessons are about pursuing a way povlleatinV/lUtEe :: -- : of thinking that contributes to 61935 CR U60 - Moff[. rgency : rl.  /-tt spiritual growth, thinking and act- 250 Adams.Street "  , : Approval Of AccountsPavable :- 00nerioeK Holmes ing in ways consistent with new Monte Vista, CO 81 1a4 Third Reading of EmergencYDF ...... .vmapm  Rated P'G-13 life in Christ and winning the bat- 719-852-4001/719-850-8756 l[]iSIlJ.[.[l-[ Adopted-Wellness Policy A .... .: ,"  tie for the mind by putting on GEl (Governor's Energy "Office) Sherlock Holmes has made his the full armor of God. Grant Opportunities DISCUSSION ITEMS First Reading of Maternity Policy School Board Operating Proto- cols/Bylaws Five-Year Plan Sophomore English Salutatorian/Valedictorian Policy Senior Portraits Sports Handbook - Drug and Alcohol Additions Adjournment l: . reputation finding the truth at the heart of the most complex mys- teries. With the aid of Dr. Watson, his trusted ally, the renowned "con- sulting detective" is unequaled in his pursuit of criminals of every stripe, whether relying on his sing- ular powers of observation, his re- Buy-0ne-Get-One Free at Twice Told Tales Steve's Tire & Auto North Valley Hardware & Lumber Mart REIOPEN MARCH 1st Mon. - Fri. 8:00 - 5:00 655-2627 or 719-849-1405 610 7th Street, Saguache Beat the January blahs and Sunday Mornings at 9:45 a.m. take advantage of another tabu, Our study for February is a lous buy-one-get-one-free used book four, session lesson that will ex- sale, good through the end of the February 7 -- Are You in the Right Mind? February 14 -- What Will it Takes to Change Your Mind? February 21 -- What's on Your Mind? February 28 -- How Can You Keep From Losing Your Mind? markable deductive skills or the Join us for snacks and fellow- blunt force of his fists. But now a ship as we study the Scriptures. storm is gathering over London, a you will have a great time. We threat unlike anything that Holmes promise! All ladies are welcome! has ever confronted--and just the Contact Lyn Miles for more in- cha!lnge he's looking for, formation 655-280, month, at Twice Told Tales. Come in and browse the diverse selec- tion of high-quality fiction and non- fiction, including mysteries, wes- terns, classics and children's fav- orites. Hours are Monday through Fri- day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturdays from 2 to 4 p.m. Bev- erages, snacks, gift items and good conversation are available as well. Twice Told Tales, located next door to the Ute Theatre on Fourth Street, is a nonprofit project of the Friends of the Saguache County Library. All staff are volunteers and all proceeds benefit the library. A gentleman is one who never hurts anyone's feelings uninten. ttonally. --Oscar Wilde