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27 May 19
News Directory

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27 May 19
Mother Jones
On April 25, NRATV, the media arm of the National Rifle Association, aired a segment in which host Grant Stinchfield alleged that Sen. Bernie Sanders supports giving terrorists the right to vote. The evidence he presented was a Twitter reply to pop star Cher, supposedly written by the 2020 presidential candidate, which was clearly a fake. The message had been sent by an unverified user, @Ryan35186711, who had simply changed his display name to “President Bernie Sanders.” “They’re stuck between two bad choices.” While Twitter deleted the faux Sanders account after Mother Jones flagged it in a set of questions directed to the company, the low-level hoax incident speaks to a larger dilemma faced by the crowded field of 2020 Democrats: how to combat misinformation and disinformation concocted by unknown adversaries, spread on social media and potentially picked up by media outlets with more reach or credibility. While the candidates have been given multiple briefings on cybersecurity from party leaders, and been advised on how to avoid foreign spies, when it comes to fortifying their campaigns against misinformation and disinformation, most thinking predates the invention of botnets and fake internet viral news.   In May of 2004, just months after Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook as a Harvard undergrad, Swift Boat Veterans for Truth held a press conference to attack John Kerry’s military service record. Democrats took little notice initially, but after a summer of drumming up support from Republican operatives, the group was able to take its message mainstream with a half a million dollar advertising buy. The relatively small sum exploded into 24/7 coverage as the claims were amplified by Fox News and the mainstream media. By the time Kerry responded two weeks later, his poll numbers had dropped. In hindsight, strategists would say the delay in combatting the rumors was a fatal mistake for the campaign. But now, attacks that echo those undertaken by the Swift Boat Veterans can go viral in mere hours, after little or no ad spending. Media outlets take their cues from social media platforms that, in 2016, were used for misinformation and foreign interference. Candidates facing similar charges to Kerry are forced to make a lightning-fast decision of whether or not to respond to a political smear. “Bottom line, the prevalence of social media puts candidates into a position where they have to respond and be more proactive,” says Simon Maloy, a senior writer at Media Matters who got his start covering the media reaction to the Swift Boat veterans. “It forces them into a position of having to respond because there’s a direct path from the crazy Reddit forum, to Gateway Pundit, to Drudge, to Fox, and then the mainstream.” While the 2016 election heralded the arrival of a new era in online disinformation, there’s still no consensus amongst political strategists over the best way for candidates to approach political conspiracies. Most campaigns were reluctant to talk about specific steps and plans to combat online disinformation; of the dozen campaigns contacted by Mother Jones, only that of California Rep. Eric Swalwell, who has made the Russia investigation central to his political identity, responded with a comment. “Our staff is watching carefully for any signs of foreign interference, in the form of mis/disinformation or cybersecurity intrusions. If we find evidence of any such interference, against my campaign or any other, we’ll report it to the authorities promptly—unlike the Trump campaign in 2016,” according to a statement from Swalwell provided by his staff. “It’s appealing to people, the idea that you should fight back… but it’s not clear that you should.” Not all candidates are keeping their operations behind the curtain. The Warren campaign has a dedicated and detailed “Fact Squad” website cataloging dozens of claims, acting as a digital resource to debunk conspiracies and propaganda about the candidate. While there’s ample space given to debunking the well-known claim she boasted of Native American ancestry to advance her academic career, most of the other rumors are quite obscure. One of the most prominent is a right-wing conspiracy that she takes Risperdal, a drug prescribed for schizophrenia. Supporters who want to “help spread the truth” can click on social sharing buttons that link out to the fact-checked content on Twitter and Facebook. The site’s Risperdal response has just six shares and likes on Facebook and only 15 Twitter shares. The top Google result for related searches is dependably Warren’s fact-checking website, but the Facebook post that seemed to launch the rumor in January comes up near the top of results. That post, which is still live on Facebook, has hundreds of likes and shares. “It’s not clear that more aggressive strategy wins out,” says Brendan Nyhan, a political scientist at the University of Michigan who researches political conspiracies and correcting misconceptions. “It’s appealing to people, the idea that you should fight back more aggressively. But it’s not clear that you should.” Rather than respond aggressively to a rumor that’s still on the fringes, Nyhan says campaigns should aim to prevent the mainstream media from picking it up. “The question is, what’s the net effect? Is fact checking attacks on the candidate giving attention to smears or helping to rebut them?” says Nyhan. “The most important factor in the spread of these claims is if the media is covering them and promoting them.” According to Nyhan, rumors and allegations tend to take off when they coincide with some sort of perceived character trait. For instance, the conspiracy that Obama wasn’t born in America was linked to hostility toward his candidacy to be, and his service as, the first African-American president. Despite her campaign’s aggressive efforts to dispel the rumors, Hillary Clinton’s supposed poor health allowed opponents to reinforce the idea that she wasn’t physically or mentally fit to be president. Even armed with the truth, trying to dismantle a conspiracy can be a losing battle. For instance, 2012 study showed that the release of Obama’s birth certificate, after years of claims he was born abroad, only temporarily increased the number of Americans who believed he was born in the U.S. “Disinformation is actually a cybersecurity problem.” While newly formed campaigns may still be working out strategies, major tech companies and the DNC were both able to use the 2018 midterm election as the first big domestic test of new policies and practices. During the 2018 campaign, Facebook introduced a team it dubbed its “War Room” to deal with misinformation problems, including content encouraging voter suppression. According to a Facebook spokesperson, the operations center at Menlo Park took down 45,000 pieces of voter suppression related content alone, 90 percent of which the company said was caught by Facebook employees or algorithms before a user flagged the content. Some of the changes Facebook introduced ahead of the 2018 elections, including tools to increase ad transparency, have been expanded to elections in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Google has also been offering free training to campaign professionals. A spokesperson says the company trained more than 1,000 political workers, along with the major Republican and Democratic party committees, on email and campaign website security in 2018. Bob Lord, the chief security officer of the Democratic National Committee, says the party has encouraged campaigns to think about preventing disinformation proactively, just as they would prevent cybersecurity incursions by deploying safety measures like two-factor authentication.  Lord recommends candidates create as much friction and financial disincentives as possible to deter attackers. “They have to start thinking about changing the economics for the attackers,” says Lord. “So our adversaries are going to have to work harder and spend more time and money.” Lord says that while the DNC has tried to increase the volume and depth of information about cybersecurity, misinformation, and disinformation it sends to campaigns, ultimately each is responsible for its own operations and relationships with social media companies. “Disinformation is actually a cybersecurity problem. And that’s because we’re not talking about natural organic sentiment, we’re talking about people whose job it is to create tension or to create confusion or to, in some cases, discourage people from voting,” says Lord. “We always start with this idea that we’re up against real threat actors as being a major component of what we think about cybersecurity, but also disinformation.” “Our adversaries are going to have to work harder and spend more time.” In 2016, media reports said Facebook had offered onsite campaign support to both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during the general election. (Clinton reportedly declined the services, while Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale credits much of the campaign’s success to the platform.) When asked if the company plans to do so again, a spokesperson disputed that they had ever offered such a service in 2016. The spokesperson told Mother Jones that the company had pulled back from any onsite support and was now focusing on providing political campaigns assistance via its website. The spokesperson said they could not clarify what that support will look like for general election candidates. “We already have a dedicated team for the 2020 elections,” says Tom Reynolds, a Facebook spokesperson. “We’re actively coordinating with the campaigns directly,” he said, providing “basic training on how to use Facebook’s products and provide support with our ads authorization process.” Even with all the right tech tools, campaigns facing conspiracies still find themselves facing a monumental task and a string of difficult decisions. “They’re stuck between two bad choices,” says Maloy. “They do have to grapple with the existence of these conspiracies and the bad actors that promote them online. The choice that they have to make is ‘Do we ignore this and trust that nothing comes of it before it catches on?””
27 May 19
Football Burp

“Trebel trebel, your leg is a mess…”

27 May 19
www.actvets.cc

Hello Vets, In the Bleat this week; Fitability Fundraising Trivia Night From the Desk of the Handicapper Racing this Week From the Race Committee Gunning 2 Day Report Please send me your contributions at: TheBleat@actvets.cc Ian Morton

27 May 19
Archy news nety

Farmers are asked to take a strategic approach to controlling nematodes and lungworms in dairy herds, writes Rodney Magowan. "The inability to plan the protection of young stocks will see a decline in the health and performance of the herd." Laura Ferguson, veterinarian with Norbrook in the photo with Laura Cosgrove, Grange Vets, Claremorris, Co […]

27 May 19
Pro Wrestling Central II

*REALITY OF WRESTLING 248* *Sunday, 26 May 2019* *By Naushad Khan* This weeks edition of Booker T’s Reality Of Wrestling opens up with Miranda defeating the young Roxxy in a good opener. We get a good promo exchange between the fan favourite Terrell Tempo and the newly minted and recent heel, the ROW Heavyweight Champion, […]

27 May 19
Philippine International Studies Organization (PHISO)

PHISO is very honored to have Professor Brendan Howe as one of the keynote speakers for the 3rd international conference on November 09-10, 2019 in Cebu City. To register for the conference, click here. July 31, 2019 is the deadline of registration. Contested Peacebuilding and Post-Crisis Reconstruction in East Asia: Intervention versus State Sovereignty in the Promotion of […]

27 May 19
The Scottish Sun
BEST pals Kieran Tierney and Patrick Roberts have been reunited after Celtic’s treble Treble success. Paddy Roberts shared a picture on social media of himself partying with Hoops stars Tierney and Mikael Lustig. Roberts and Tierney with the Scottish Cup in 2018 Posted on his Instagram story, the pair were back together after they struck up a special friendship during Robert’s two-and-a-half year loan spell at the Scottish champions. Brendan Rodgers recruited the tricky winger from parent club Manchester City in 2016 during his first season. He was part of the side who achieved the double Treble last year and at the weekend he was back to celebrate the third clean sweep of domestic trophies in a row. The trio of Hoops fans favourite’s were snapped out last night as Roberts caught up with his old team-mates. Roberts teamed up with Hoops stars Tierney and Mikael Lustig He captioned the photo: “Two legends” with a four-leaf clover emoji and green love heart to accompany the words. The 22-year-old also tagged the treble Treble heroes and hilariously put a policeman emoji next to Lustig’s name and a megaphone with Tierney’s. Hoops and Scotland left-back Tierney has grabbed the Green Brigade’s megaphone before to sing with the fans, while Swede Lustig famously stole a police hat when celebrating Celtic’s 5-0 win over Rangers last April. Roberts had a tough time last season while on loan with Girona LUS STAY Neil Lennon would ‘love’ defender Mikael Lustig to stay at Celtic in summer Roberts was also pictured in the crowd at Hampden on Saturday for the Scottish Cup final against Hearts, which has fuelled speculation that he could return after a poor loan with Spanish side Girona this season. One lucky fan managed to grab a picture with the once £10million-rated player. Asked him to come back he laughed but didn't say naw 👀 pic.twitter.com/5wL1RzHb3O — Nick (@nickolas__67) May 25, 2019 @nickolas_67 said: “Asked him to come back he laughed but he didn’t say naw.” It is unclear what the future holds for Roberts but with only a year left on his deal at Man City, he could be shipped out so they can get some cash for him. [article-rail-curated title=”RELATED STORIES” selected_posts=”4292048,4291107,4291134,4290906,4291188,4290869″ /] The former England U-21 international played just 21 times in La Liga last campaign, but disappointingly failed to bag any goals and only produced one assist. Meanwhile, Neil Lennon has revealed he would love defender Mikael Lustig to stay with Celtic for next season. Lustig does have another 12-months left on his current contract but he is attracting interest back in his native Sweden, with Malmo chasing the experienced full-back. Keep up to date with ALL the latest news and transfers from Scottish football plus fixtures, results and live match commentary [bc_video video_id=”6041197826001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Hilarious moment Celtic fan has can of Tennent’s lowered to him from flat window during treble treble celebrations”]
27 May 19
Boulder Daily Camera
REAL ESTATE, COMMERCIAL DEALS May 16-22, 2019 Trust deeds This list includes trust deeds (to secure repayment of A. loan) of $750,000 or more. Information includes the borrower, lender, address or legal description of the property, date the trust deed was filed and amount. 625 Marine LLC, Berkley Bk, 625 Marine St., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $860,000.00 627 Marine LLC, Berkley Bk, 627 Marine St., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $860,000.00 711 Concord Avenue LLC, Robert E. Jr. and Joann Muir, 711 Concord Ave., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $1,150,000.00 724 18th LLC, Berkley Bk, 724 18th St., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $860,000.00 Brandie E. Emerick, United Wholesale Mtg, 521 Maxwell Ave., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $865,000.00 Bryan and Clay Fuller Ziegler, Amerifirst Fin Inc., 7816 Andrews Way, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $820,000.00 Christopher John Lottes, Loandepot Com LLC, 745 Stagecoach Drive, Lafayette, 05/13/2019, $1,000,000.00 Dennis John Schuilenburg, Wells Fargo Bk, 544 Utica Court, Boulder, 05/10/2019, $1,284,000.00 Dianna L. Devore, Elevations Credit Union, 3015 Galena Way, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $1,087,500.00 Ej 700 Tech Court LLC, Goldman Sachs Bk Usa,, Ej 700 Tech Court LLC, Goldman Sachs Bk Usa,, 05/10/2019, $14,000,000.00 Ericka Ann Bishop, Wells Fargo Bk, 485 College Ave., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $1,237,500.00 Federico and Theresa Bumbaca, Wells Fargo Bk, 1077 Canyon Blvd, Unit 208, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $1,200,000.00 James F. II and Kimberly O. Kasic, Firstbank, 5421 Western Ave., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $933,750.00 James M. and Joan Fraser Yeash, JPMorgan Chase Bk, 2021 Lakespur Lane, Louisville, 05/16/2019, $1,002,927.00 Jan H. Stahl, Homeservices Lending LLC, 625 Emporia Road, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $956,750.00 Jeffrey Barnow, Jmac Lending Inc., 569 University Ave., Boulder, 05/10/2019, $1,065,000.00 Jessie P. and William W. Avery, Cherry Creek Mortgage Co. Inc., 11026 Maple Road, Lafayette, 05/15/2019, $1,089,787.50 Jessie P. and William W. Avery, Federal Housing Commissioner, 11026 Maple Road, Lafayette, 05/15/2019, $1,089,787.50 John G. and Carol Taussig, Citywide Home Loans, 832 Gapter Road, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $1,700,000.00 John Louis Jr. Rinn, Elevations Credit Union, 1165 Fairfield Drive, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $896,000.00 Kathrine Schmitt and Hamish Cs Nicol, Citywide Home Loans LLC, 1116 Woodland Court, Boulder, 05/10/2019, $974,800.00 Mark Lawrence Borden Lonna Enos Borden Joint Livin, Zions Bancorporation, 4605 Pawnee Place, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $1,000,000.00 Nkb Invest Inc., Blue Federal Credit Union, 6485 Twin Lakes Road, Boulder, 05/16/2019, $2,400,000.00 Printed Properties LLC, Zions Bancorporation, 1501 Lee Hill Road, Unit 13, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $1,343,250.00 Rebecca L. and Timothy J. Gebhardt, Cherry Creek Mortgage Co. Inc., 583 Manorwood Lane, Louisville, 05/15/2019, $848,000.00 Robert J. and Candida G. Craven, Cherry Creek Mortgage Co. Inc., 2435 Targhee Point, Lafayette, 05/16/2019, $920,000.00 Robert S. Voneschen, Citywide Bk, 225 Willow Glen Court, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $1,000,000.00 Skywalker Trust, Bk Am, 2838 Shoshone Trail, Lafayette, 05/10/2019, $1,000,000.00 Steven P. Boorstein, Nexera Holding LLC, 901 Pearl St. , No. 202, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $900,000.00 Susan Helmmurtagh, Wells Fargo Bk, 3210 15th St., Boulder, 05/15/2019, $752,000.00 Susan M. Heitler, Firstbank, 2156 Lazy Z. Road, Nederland, 05/10/2019, $1,000,000.00 Takuma Sato, Elevations Credit Union, 1035 Fifth St., Boulder, 05/10/2019, $1,776,000.00 Tbnt LLC, Inbank, 6855 W. 119th Ave., Broomfield, 05/14/2019, $1,280,000.00 Thomas Eric and Rain R. Lauth, Keybank, 2111 Norwood Ave., Boulder, 05/10/2019, $1,899,750.00 Walter W. Tsui Trust, Planet Home Lending LLC, 1405 Gillaspie Drive, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $980,000.00 Wonderland Brewing Co. LLC, Firstbank, 5450 W. 120th Ave., Broomfield, 05/16/2019, $1,500,000.00 Zachary G. and Kylie J. Crandall, Cornerstone Home Lending Inc., 3255 Heidelberg Drive, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $934,750.00 Deeds This list includes deeds (conveying title to A. property) of $350,000 or more. Information includes the seller, buyer, address or legal description of the property, date the deed was filed and amount. Adam J. and Kaitlin L. Kultgen, David J. and Janet L. Waller, 2611 Gray Wolf Loop, Broomfield, 05/16/2019, $632,000.00 Andrew J. Ure, David Clayton and Michelle Louise Bingham, 3535 Cloverleaf Drive, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $940,000.00 Barbara A. and Timothy P. Watson, Candida G. and Robert J. Craven, 2435 Targhee Point, Lafayette, 05/16/2019, $1,150,000.00 Barbara Jean Shanahan, Darren and Jeannine Klinefelter, 4535 51st St., Boulder, 05/15/2019, $960,000.00 Bc Brennan LLC, William Bradley Derthick, 613 Brennan Circle, Erie, 05/13/2019, $499,600.00 Belinda S. Housewright, Jan Palle David and Caitlin Marie Mohr, 1155 Neptune Drive, Lafayette, 05/10/2019, $530,000.00 Betsy S. Miller, Lewis Valentine, 764 Nighthawk Circle, Louisville, 05/15/2019, $653,000.00 Beverly J. Tull, Thomas Martin and Ann Margaret Boyle, 7318 Island Circle, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $1,075,000.00 Binesh and Nadia Prasad, Nkb Invest Inc., 6485 Twin Lakes Road, Boulder, 05/16/2019, $4,030,000.00 Blue Federal Credit Union, Tbnt LLC, 6855 W. 119th Ave., Broomfield, 05/14/2019, $1,600,000.00 Braeden Rippeth, Laurel J. and Terence M. Barr, 724 Lincoln Ave., Louisville, 05/13/2019, $750,000.00 Brenda Bailey and R. Brereton Gibson, Aaron Romigh, 2867 Loma Place, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $697,400.00 Brian and Natalie Rooney, Alireza Mirdamadi, 819 Topaz St., Superior, 05/10/2019, $748,000.00 Bruce F. Lindeke, James F. II and Kimberly O. Kasic, 5421 Western Ave., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $1,245,000.00 Caren Claman Trust, Jack J. and Mehri Russo, 335 27th St., Boulder, 05/14/2019, $543,900.00 Carl M. Jr. Cox, David McDonald, 5367 Pine Valley Court, Boulder, 05/16/2019, $857,500.00 Carolyn S. Powell, Eyal and Yael Niv, 1575 Zamia Ave., Apt. 5, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $612,500.00 Cathy A. and Michael J. Bruzdzinski, Amy Dodenhoff, 1637 Garnet St., Broomfield, 05/14/2019, $482,500.00 Chris McGrath, Shawn Cupolo, 601 E. Geneseo St., Lafayette, 05/16/2019, $535,000.00 Cityview Peloton 390 LP, Aac Living Trust, 3401 Arapahoe Ave., Unit 320, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $653,900.00 Clinton James and Paige Lynn Dungan, Nathan W. and Angela R. Bishop, 631 W. 170th Place, Broomfield, 05/16/2019, $487,500.00 Cynthia S. Knight, Laurie Anne and Todd Eduardo Amodeo, 745 Silverberry Court, Lafayette, 05/13/2019, $495,000.00 David G. and Tina M. Kristoff, Ian Macleod Hilary Macleod Family Revocable Trust, 3301 W. 151st Court, Broomfield, 05/15/2019, $799,000.00 David J. and Janet L. Waller, Xian Lu, 13647 Parkview Place, Broomfield, 05/15/2019, $505,000.00 Donald F. and Amanda J. Archibald, Conor Dennis Moran, 181 Chapman Road, Boulder, 05/16/2019, $839,000.00 Douglas S. Brown, Michael and Joanna Cezniak Rosenblatt, 4694 S. Hampton Circle, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $942,000.00 Elevated Equity LLC, Buyout Co. Lllp, 364 Gorham Court, Louisville, 05/16/2019, $399,500.00 Elsi J. Dodge, Montgomery F. Moran, 780 Crescent Drive, Boulder, 05/16/2019, $715,000.00 Eric W. Pitcalrn, Samuel N. and Jose Richard Ramirez, 4288 26th St., Boulder, 05/15/2019, $722,300.00 Eric Zale, Brendan Burke, 3968 Fuller Court, Boulder, 05/10/2019, $790,000.00 Forrest Donner Collins, Regina Crawford Windsor, 1453 North St., Boulder, 05/15/2019, $960,000.00 Golden, Bldg. Services LLC, Bradley C. Yuska, 165 W. Midway Blvd, Broomfield, 05/15/2019, $466,000.00 Harley Gail Lyons Revocable Trust, Sunset Invest LLC, Sunset Invest LLC, Mult Prop, 05/15/2019, $750,000.00 Hdp Superior LLC, Thb Superior Mf LLC,, Hdp Superior LLC, Thb Superior Mf LLC,, 05/15/2019, $357,600.00 Heuer Family Trust, Azure L. Hansen, 1458 Fillmore Place, Louisville, 05/13/2019, $565,000.00 Jacqueline L. Colby, Dianna L. Devore, 3015 Galena Way, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $1,450,000.00 Jennifer A. and John M. Dennis, Yock Family Trust, 830 Meadowlark Lane, Louisville, 05/14/2019, $740,000.00 Jennifer Ellwood, Paul and Hilary Stavrakas, 3255 W. 135th Ave., Broomfield, 05/16/2019, $375,000.00 Jennifer Lynn and Lucas John Bostyan, Thomas G. Arcuri, 3423 Vestal Loop, Broomfield, 05/16/2019, $585,000.00 Jill C. Lester, Thomas Eric and Rain Lauth, 2111 Norwood Ave., Boulder, 05/10/2019, $2,235,000.00 Joe Jr. Gonday, Gretchen Tweed, 13044 King Circle, Broomfield, 05/14/2019, $365,000.00 Joel and Patricia Leising, Valerie M. Bruech Revocable Living Trust, 4651 Chestnut Lane , No. 2, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $529,900.00 John J. Jr. Ohayre, David A. Livesay, 1051 W. 15th Ave., Broomfield, 05/16/2019, $605,000.00 John and Sheila M. Marko, Lauren E. and Erik P. Mikulak, 12555 Vrain St., Broomfield, 05/16/2019, $590,000.00 John T. Reichert, Stephan M. and Tangi A. Lancaster, 3260 Cummings Drive, Erie, 05/16/2019, $458,000.00 Joseph S. Buono, Charles M. and Katelynn Z. Cahoon, 777 Beauprez Ave., Lafayette, 05/13/2019, $585,000.00 Jpb Holdings LLC, Lennar Colo. LLC,, Jpb Holdings LLC, Lennar Colo. LLC,, 05/10/2019, $6,650,000.00 Judith S. Wolfe, Corey Barnes, 1288 Doric Drive, Lafayette, 05/10/2019, $465,000.00 Julie A. Nelson, Jennifer Wyler, 902 Vetch Circle, Lafayette, 05/15/2019, $435,000.00 Justin and Lauren Havlick, Ericka Ann Bishop, 485 College Ave., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $1,650,000.00 Kathryn A. Kessler, Mary E. McClanahan Living Trust, 5476 White Place, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $579,000.00 Kelvin Properties LLC, Lindsay Adams, 100 Daphne Way, Broomfield, 05/15/2019, $460,000.00 Kylie J. and Zach G. Crandall, Todd and Katie Emaus, 325 S. 38th St., Boulder, 05/16/2019, $767,000.00 Larry Dressler, Susan Helmmurtagh, 3210 15th St., Boulder, 05/15/2019, $940,000.00 Lela Jo and Paul D. Marvin, Elevated Equity LLC, 364 Gorham Court, Louisville, 05/16/2019, $380,000.00 Lennar Colo. LLC, Jennifer Anne and Rebecca Jean Bosley, 1051 Sandstone Circle, Erie, 05/13/2019, $638,400.00 Lennar Colo. LLC, Christopher Jon McGrath, 944 Sandstone Circle, Erie, 05/15/2019, $642,000.00 Lucas and Angela Laidlaw, Kevin and Elizabeth Schuetz, 703 McClure Court, Erie, 05/13/2019, $495,000.00 Lynda and Ronald Levitz, Skywalker Trust, 2838 Shoshone Trail, Lafayette, 05/10/2019, $1,250,000.00 Margaret S. Blalock, Jason Neil Repphun, 4121 W. 134th Place, Broomfield, 05/15/2019, $565,000.00 Markel Homes Constr Co., Stephen and Molly Eileen Goldfarb Gossin, 1396 Snowberry Lane, Louisville, 05/16/2019, $725,000.00 Mark and Kim Rackley, John and Kelly Raley, 3460 Colorado Ave., Apt. B7, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $410,000.00 Mark Patterson, Christopher R. Widdick, 12672 James Circle, Broomfield, 05/17/2019, $450,000.00 Mary E. McClanahan Living Trust, Juliana Faus Silva Dias, 109 Huron Court, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $760,000.00 Masoud S. Shirazi, Robert S. Woodruff, 3820 Colorado Ave., Apt. M, Boulder, 05/10/2019, $735,300.00 Matthew L. and Angela B. Groeninger, Donald L. Johnson, 1179 Cooke Court, Erie, 05/14/2019, $471,500.00 Matthew L. Quist, Meredith Daviou, 700 Toedtli Drive, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $760,000.00 M. Elizabeth Harris, Luke G. and Natalie P. Johnson, 127 Huron Court, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $785,000.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Carrie Lynn Halbasch, 1148 Telleen Ave., Erie, 05/16/2019, $356,700.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Christopher John Lottes, 745 Stagecoach Drive, Lafayette, 05/13/2019, $1,126,900.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Arun Kumar, 17068 Osage St., Broomfield, 05/17/2019, $520,000.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Ron and Lynda Levitz, 626 Trails at Coal Creek Drive, Lafayette, 05/10/2019, $845,000.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Ryno and Charlotte J. Loots, 147 Northrup Drive, Erie, 05/13/2019, $552,200.00 Michael L. and Mary N. Herrig, Thomas and Pamela A. Midanier, 14137 Reserve Place, Broomfield, 05/17/2019, $799,000.00 Milford E. and Sally S. Thieszen, Molly and Matthew Weitzel, 501 Manhattan Drive, Apt. 202, Boulder, 05/14/2019, $475,000.00 Mount Eagle LLC, Anju and Joshan Kumar Shrestha, 500 S. Public Road, Lafayette, 05/16/2019, $630,000.00 Noah Czech, Kyle R. Duffy, 4944 Dakota Blvd, Boulder, 05/10/2019, $925,000.00 Paul D. and Clara L. Schlegel, Zachary G. and Kylie J. Crandall, 3255 Heidelberg Drive, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $1,211,200.00 Paul D. and June L. Beckingham, Luyao Wu, 939 Cinnamon Lane, Louisville, 05/16/2019, $676,000.00 Richmond Am Homes Colo. Inc., Serena M. and Wayne E. Lucas, 16266 Ute Peak Way, Broomfield, 05/14/2019, $864,200.00 Robert Douglas and Michelle A. Reagan, Allison Miller, 1329 Oakley Lane, Erie, 05/10/2019, $525,000.00 Ronald M. Braun, Jose Jr. Contreras, 3190 S. Princess Circle, Broomfield, 05/17/2019, $360,000.00 Rudi D. Baumann, Gregory Pappas, 4490 Darley Ave., Boulder, 05/13/2019, $731,500.00 Sadaf and Tanveer Asghar, Jonathan David and Kelley Alyce Stuhlemmer, 13453 Echo Drive, Broomfield, 05/17/2019, $510,000.00 Scott E. Zrebiec, Raeanne and Raymond and Rosemary Nye, 945 Waite Drive, Boulder, 05/10/2019, $615,000.00 Sealcraft Books LLC, T. P. Holdings, 1501 Lee Hill Road, Unit 4, Boulder, 05/15/2019, $510,000.00 Sensor Technology Devl Fund LLC, Federico and Theresa Bumbaca, 1077 Canyon Blvd, Unit 208, Boulder, 05/13/2019, $1,600,000.00 Shirley Holt, Renee Goodrich, 1965 Piper St., Superior, 05/10/2019, $357,000.00 Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., Kirstin Anne and Matthew James Dugger, 1805 Burke Drive, Erie, 05/14/2019, $595,000.00 Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., Gregory Mattos and Briana Tomboulian Brown, 790 Grenville Circle, Erie, 05/16/2019, $631,800.00 Standard Pacific Colo. 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27 May 19
ChapterOne Books

From Brendan Reichs, co-author of the Virals series with Kathy Reichs, comes Chrysalis, the nail-biting conclusion to the Project Nemesis series – a fast-paced, high concept thriller perfect for fans of The 100and The Maze Runner. The 64 members of Fire Lake’s sophomore class have managed to survive the first two phases of the Program – and each other. Now, they alone have emerged into the dawn of a new era on Earth, into a Fire Lake valley that’s full of otherworldly dangers and challenges. Although staying alive in this broken world should force Min, Noah, Tack and the others to form new alliances, old feuds die hard, and the brutality of the earlier Program phases cannot be forgotten. But being a team isn’t easy for the sophomores, and when they discover that they may not be alone on the planet after all, they’ll have to decide if they’re going to work together . . . or die together.

27 May 19
News Directory

Michael Owen returns to the best picks in the Prem League League (Getty / PA) The penultimate round of the Premier League fixtures is here and there is still plenty to play at both sides of the table. Liverpool could go back to top of the day with a victory at Newcastle United on Saturday […]

27 May 19
News Archives Uk

The Glasgow Rangers are following a promising campaign at Ibrox with much optimism this summer. Alex Rae has said BT Sport Rangers fans are delighted that Neil Lennon is getting the Celtic job in the long run, as this seems to be a less than convincing date compared to some of the other names associated […]

27 May 19
News Directory

According to Targeted News Service The following federal patents were assigned in New Hampshire from May 5 to May 12. *** Wireless Wireless Patent Assignments for Sinter, Intrasearch Beacon Patent assignment (No. 10283097, originally filed February 16, 2018) for Parallel Wireless, Nashua, New Hampshire, for “sinter and intrasearch beacon”. patent can be found at http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&p=50&s1=10,285,097.PN […]

27 May 19
Welcome

NY Post: The Yankees have another injury to report, and in other news, there is a delay on the Cross Bronx Expressway. Jake Barrett is off to the IL with elbow inflammation, retroactive to Thursday, and Joe Harvey was called up in his place. Barrett’s injury makes it 15 Yankees on the IL, which seems […]