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Wednesday, 22 February 2017 23:21

Report Collared Elk Sightings

The US Department of Agriculture is asking people to be on the lookout for a wild adult female elk wearing a high visibility red collar around her neck. This animal is part of an observational study at USDA Veterinary Services' wildlife research pens in Fort Collins, CO and escaped from the facility February 18th.
If you see this animal, or have spotted her at any time, please call 800 451-8297 as soon as possible to report her location.
You may contact 844 820-2234 with questions, but not to report a sighting of the animal.
Thank you.
Jack Rhyan
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Wednesday, 15 February 2017 16:27

Nice Burros

Three nice Burros turned up in my front yard this morn. I tossed them in the pasture and closed the gate so they would be easy to capture and collect. Owners can email me for details.

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Mark Richtermeyer
145 Emerald Glade
Stratton park
Monday, 06 February 2017 18:10

Photos Found

We found a package of photos in our driveway after there was an accident on our road and we were wondering if it belongs to someone up here that responded to the accident and it fell out of a vehicle.

The envelope is from the Walmart Photo Department in Loveland.The date on it is 5/12/03 and the name is Karla Kathan 505 East 50th Street in Loveland. Written on the back is Storm Mountain 1997 - 1999, Kylor,Tiffany Karla.

I've tried looking up the address and phone number on Google and haven't had any luck.

Nancy Benson
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Sunday, 05 February 2017 18:12

Found Saint Bernard

This morning (Feb 5) a very gentle Saint Bernard walked up to our house on Walking Wind. He looked well cared for and was wearing a blue collar but no tags. We have turned him over to Larimer Animal Control. If he's yours, please go and claim him. He's a sweetheart.
David Goldade
Tuesday, 24 January 2017 13:38

Moving Books (email corrected)

Neighbors,
We will be moving the books tomorrow morning at 9 AM. Anyone who can help us would be greatly appreciated. These books are part of the income for the Fire Dept's festival in September. We need to move the sorted books to Station#3 where they will stay until the festival. The need to move the books is to take weight off the floor in the second story.
This is a second request and we have changed the day as we are picking up a large quantity of books tomorrow morning. If you can help please let me know
Thank you,
Carolyn
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221-2024
Saturday, 21 January 2017 16:09

Moving Books

Neighbors,
I am heading up the Book Bees this year. I am trying to find guys with strong backs to help move the books that have been sorted from Station #1 to #3.
The books need to be moved in order to take the weight off of the second floor. If 4 or 5 people could help move these books, it would only take an hour or less. If you can help, we could move them Saturday morning around 10.
Please call me or e-mail me.
Thanking you in advance for your help,
Carolyn
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970-221-2024
Saturday, 14 January 2017 10:53

Theft

Someone came onto our property either yesterday late afternoon or early this morning and stole a cordless drill, impact driver and a battery from the toolbox on the chipper that is being used to clear burned trees from the property. We suspect they walked in sometime between when the timber workers left yesterday afternoon and before dark or, in broad daylight this morning before the workers returned to the property to begin work (which further suggests they may have been watching the property). We did call law enforcement, a deputy came to the site, and at my request he contacted several close neighbors to “see if they saw anything suspicious”. The toolbox was not locked but getting to the chipper was a deliberate act on the part of the person who took it. You can’t just be walking by its current location halfway up the side of the mountain on private property and just happen to see there are tools inside the big heavy metal lid that is always closed. I think maybe neighbors might like to know there is someone in the area who can’t be trusted, I live about a mile above Fire Station 1, north side.
Helen Mawhiney
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Wednesday, 04 January 2017 16:11

Disaster recovery funding

The 2nd round of disaster recovery funding is available to farmers and ranchers who have an agricultural business that was impacted by the 2012 and 2013 fires or flood.

We have already assisted over 50 farmers through round 1 by helping them with disaster recovery projects like building barns, installing new fences, cleaning out irrigation ponds, land leveling and debris removal. We've also assisted them in purchasing equipment that is needed to help with their daily business operations or paying for operational costs.

I'd be happy to send you more information on the grant if you can assist us. Or if there's someone else that might be a good reference, I'm happy to contact them directly. I've included the link below if you are interested in learning more about the grant itself.

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dola/agriculture-business-grant

The application deadline is Friday, January 20th so please let me know if I can send you an email with more details. Thank you!
Susanna Larsen

Agriculture Disaster Recovery Grants Program Manager


P 303.869.9028 I F 303.466.2867
305 Interlocken Parkway, Broomfield, CO 80021
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Sunday, 04 December 2016 22:47

Colorado Gives day

Colorado Gives Day is just around the corner. We are hoping to raise funds this year to keep the Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Dept growing for the next 20 years and beyond! You can donate anytime, or on December 6, but why wait for the holiday rush! It's also a great way to gift to that person who has everything. Feel free to visit the web site anytime. And share with your friends!

https://www.coloradogives.org/RistCanyonVolunteerFireDepartment/overview
Cheers,
Louise Creager
Friday, 02 December 2016 10:33

Colorado Gives Day

I know we are all being stalked by our favorite non-profits about Colorado Gives Day next Tuesday (December 6th). However, RCVFD is now included in that event & I wanted to make sure you were all aware of that. I would encourage you to use all of your networks to let your friends, relatives & neighbors know that RCVFD is now an option in their giving choices for Colorado Gives Day. As a department that relies totally on the generosity of our donors, this opens up our avenues for donations to a wider audience - we just have to make sure they know about it. This is our first year, but could become a significant source of income for the Department. Thanks for helping to spread the word.

Thanks & Adios, CJD
Carol Dollard, Chief
Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department
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