Community Alert Sender

Monday, 30 May 2016 18:16

Looking for Zoey

We went for a hike with our dogs this morning around 9 am and we were almost home (Mt Ethel on the Stove Prairie Road side) when we lost track of Zoey our black Boston terrier. She is all black with a white face and about 13 lbs. She doesn't have a collar on but does have a chip. If you spot her please call Andrea.
phone: 970-310-8116,
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Saturday, 21 May 2016 17:17

Bears and Trash

Our trash truck drivers reported seeing the results of more than 14 bear events on Tuesday. Bears primarily overturning dumpsters and scattering trash all over heck and gone. Sid is eye-balling each site to determine the possibility of chaining the dumpsters to trees or some other immovable object. In the meantime, be safe – don’t try to chase the bears away. It’s not our favorite thing, but we can certainly put the dumpsters back upright and rake up the scattered trash.

LeAnn Davis
Canyon Utilities Service
Saturday, 21 May 2016 14:47

More Bears

Hi all. We want to report another bear break in up Rist canyon.
Sounds like a similar situation( to last Alert)...pushed in a window and made a mess.
Molly McLean This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Monday, 16 May 2016 17:03

Bears Awake and Hungry

We have a cabin between Redstone Canyon & Rist Canyon and have had two bear break-ins in the last three weeks. We do not keep much food at our cabin nor do we leave trash in the building. The first time was the last week in April. The bear broke through the glass on one of our doors, tore down the door covering, entered the building and carefully took all the condiments, beverages, & other small edibles (sealed jar of peanut butter, Hostess crumb cakes) from the refrigerator, checked in a few cabinets (found and ate a large container of Tums) and stood on a few counters. There was very little damage inside & the bear seemed to know where food is normally kept, so we think this was not it's first time in a home. There had been lots of moisture during that time so we could see the muddy paw prints everywhere the bear had been - it walked through the main floor but didn't tear anything up inside.
The second break-in occurred May 12th. The bear tried to break through a window but didn't succeed then broke another door, came in, looked through a few cabinets and the refrigerator but found nothing edible and left. We had a trail camera pointed at the deck entrance and caught a few pictures of the bear pushing on the door to get in.
It's rather troubling that the bear is so comfortable and seems to know it's way around a home. We urge everyone to be wary and vigilant!
Denisha Marino This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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