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26 May 19
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26 May 19
Longmont Times-Call
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. Cb 1820 Lefthand LLC, Corefirst Bk Trust, 1820 Lefthand Circle, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $2,850,000.00 Colleen Burke and Rodney Wayne Bolls, Cherry Creek Mortgage Co. Inc., 7237 Meadow Lane, Niwot, 05/14/2019, $1,116,800.00 David A. and Tiffaney Janowicz, Elevations Credit Union, 8668 Skyland Drive, Niwot, 05/16/2019, $1,000,000.00 Derek Gerald Leopold, United Wholesale Mtg, 2114 Onyx Way, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $760,000.00 Ej 700 Tech Court LLC, Goldman Sachs Bk Usa, , 05/10/2019, $14,000,000.00 Jeremy and Rebecca A. Warriner, Eagle Home Mortgage LLC, 4416 Heatherhill Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $855,920.00 Kristopher and Brianne Crown, Elevations Credit Union, 9455 Crystal Lane, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $1,892,000.00 Lawrence J. and Loretta P. Abrams, Deephaven Mortgage LLC, 8610 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $806,250.00 Lawrence J. and Loretta P. Abrams, Deephaven Mortgage LLC, 8700 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $825,000.00 Rita G. Cabela, Timothy W. King, 7562 Crestview Drive, Niwot, 05/13/2019, $1,360,000.00 Steven Wright, Firstbank, 3924 Divot Court, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $828,000.00 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. Amanda Leslie and Aaron Heinen Ranard, Chad Pieper, 3584 Columbia Drive, Longmont, 05/13/2019, $472,500.00 Bc Brennan LLC, William Bradley Derthick, 613 Brennan Circle, Erie, 05/13/2019, $499,600.00 Boulder Creek Denio LLC, Dean and Carolyn Lottman, 722 Widgeon Drive, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $491,100.00 Brent Sommervold, James Brian Sasse, 2548 Cambridge Drive, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $425,000.00 Brittan A. Kuhlman, Kathryn A. Brown, 390 Riverside Drive, Lyons, 05/13/2019, $359,000.00 Burvill LLC, Lawrence J. and Loretta P. Abrams, 8610 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $1,075,000.00 Gary L. and Gary Wickett, Jose Eligio Garciaperales, 2130 Vivian St., Longmont, 05/15/2019, $374,900.00 Gcc Longmont Holdings LP, Cb 1820 Lefthand LLC, 1820 Lefthand Circle, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $3,800,000.00 Harley Gail Lyons Revocable Trust, Sunset Invest LLC, multiple properties, 05/15/2019, $750,000.00 Hdp Superior LLC, Thb Superior Mf LLC, , 05/15/2019, $357,600.00 James P. and Kim N. Campassi, Peter Baldwin Williams, 840 Tenacity Drive, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $785,000.00 Jeff R. and Cynthia A. Lambert, Rodney Wayne and Colleen Burke Bolls, 7237 Meadow Lane, Niwot, 05/14/2019, $1,396,000.00 John T. Reichert, Stephan M. and Tangi A. Lancaster, 3260 Cummings Drive, Erie, 05/16/2019, $458,000.00 Jpb Holdings LLC, Lennar Colo. LLC, , 05/10/2019, $6,650,000.00 Kane Co. LLC, Lawrence J. and P. Loretta Abrams, 8700 N. 87th St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $1,100,000.00 KB home Colo. Inc., Adam C. and Sheila M. Ellis, 2237 Lombardy St., Longmont, 05/10/2019, $596,300.00 Konard Kidacki, Matthew S. and Chen Z. Heroy, 12766 Strawberry Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $799,000.00 Lauren and Marcelino Spagnuolo, Benjamin T. German, 767 Thornwood Circle, Longmont, 05/15/2019, $426,000.00 Lennar Colo. LLC, Kippy Denise Sloan, 2363 Tyrrhenian Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $684,300.00 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 Matthew L. and Angela B. Groeninger, Donald L. Johnson, 1179 Cooke Court, Erie, 05/14/2019, $471,500.00 Max R. and Jean Rene Davis, Steven Wright, 3924 Divot Court, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $1,035,000.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Carrie Lynn Halbasch, 1148 Telleen Ave., Erie, 05/16/2019, $356,700.00 Meritage Homes Colo. Inc., Ryno and Charlotte J. Loots, 147 Northrup Drive, Erie, 05/13/2019, $552,200.00 Michael B. Gisel, Sharon and Russell W. Rumberger, 1145 Grant St., Longmont, 05/15/2019, $352,000.00 Pauline C. Olivas, Nicole Rose and Andrew Phillip Hamilton, 3105 Spinnaker Drive, Longmont, 05/13/2019, $365,000.00 Paul Katz, George and Sharon Maxfield Twigg, 737 Wade Road, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $375,000.00 Robert Douglas and Michelle A. Reagan, Allison Miller, 1329 Oakley Lane, Erie, 05/10/2019, $525,000.00 Ronald P. and Joan M. Nordgren, Gina Sabine Crago, 3989 Pebble Beach Drive, Longmont, 05/15/2019, $995,000.00 Samantha and Nathan Harris, Alex Herda, 746 Memory Lane, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $483,000.00 Sergio Montes Rodriguez, Benjamin Paul and Amy Christine Adams, 1601 24th Ave., Longmont, 05/16/2019, $392,000.00 Skoringham Living Trust, Mark Story, 426 Emery St., Longmont, 05/16/2019, $448,000.00 Standard Pacific Colo. Inc., Jeremy and Rebecca A. Warriner, 4416 Heatherhill Circle, Longmont, 05/14/2019, $1,069,900.00 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 Steven and Marie Preitauer, Kyle Wente, 7141 Oriole Lane, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $974,000.00 Susan L. Perschke, Jessica M. Kimsey, 1846 Caleta Trail, Longmont, 05/10/2019, $565,000.00 Theodore J. Hehn, Heidi M. and Matthew L. Jaeckel, 229 Welch Drive, Lyons, 05/14/2019, $615,400.00 Thomas C. Dempsey, Derek Gerald Leopold, 2114 Onyx Way, Longmont, 05/16/2019, $950,000.00 Toll Co. LP, Peng and Boua Inkhamfong, 1301 Lyons Lane, Erie, 05/16/2019, $695,600.00 Zoe Ann McCollum Separate Property Trust, Taylor Properties Lllp, 713 Collyer St., Longmont, 05/14/2019, $865,000.00
26 May 19
Sport Archives

The classic. Monaco. Racing cars in narrow streets. Formula 1 on the edge of the guardrails. The Grand Prix of Monaco. Lewis Hamilton has the best chance of winning. The 34-year-old Brit starts from pole 85 in his career. Little chance of winning: Sebastian Vettel. The 31-year-old German takes on the race in the Principality […]

26 May 19
Arcynewsy

The classic. Monaco. Racing cars in narrow streets. Formula 1 on the edge of the guardrails. The Grand Prix of Monaco. Lewis Hamilton has the best chance of winning. The 34-year-old Brit starts from pole 85 in his career. Little chance of winning: Sebastian Vettel. The 31-year-old German takes on the race in the Principality […]

26 May 19
News Directory

Who would have thought about your health? But the evidence is growing. Lyme disease in Hamilton. Against this year, the city has been designated for the disease. Halton is also on the list. Last year, five of 91 black-legged ticks submitted to Hamilton. Lyme from a local source. Another three cases were were "traveling", meaning […]

26 May 19
News Directory

6 Finals Saturday, May 25 To Bismarck Team totals 1, Kindred 71.5. 2, New Town 56. 3, Dickinson Trinity 54. 4, Hillsboro-Central Valley 53. 5, Central Cass 42.5. 6, Edgeley-Kulm 38. 7, Bowman County 33.5. 8 (tie), Northern Lights and New Rockford-Sheyenne 20. 14 (tie), Stanley and Oakes 16. 16, Des Lacs-Burlington-L & C 14. […]

25 May 19
THE MUNRO REVIEW

[edgtf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”#aa1217″ background_color=””]T[/edgtf_dropcaps]his is the tale of two “Wrinkles.” One is just a little newer than the other. Together, they’re part of an unstoppable entertainment sensation. [perfectpullquote align=”left” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=”18″]Pictured above: Georgie Dayton in her big moment singing the tune “San Francisco.” Photo: New Wrinkles[/perfectpullquote] At 57, Sheri Lee is […]

25 May 19
(Travalanche)

Prior to her brief but impressive screen career Gertrude Selby (1890-1975) had been in musical comedy, stock theatre and vaudeville, dancing with Gertrude Hoffman, appearing in Gus Edwards’ tab shows, and even touring the circuits as a single. Henry “Pathe” Lehrman saw her perform and hired her as his leading lady in 1914 when he left […]

25 May 19
Hammers N Hugs

Easy and simple this gluten-free sheet pan fajita salmon and green beans recipe takes all of 10 minutes to prepare, 15 minutes to cook, and no time at all to eat!  Delicious, easy AND healthy!  It doesn’t get much better than that!

25 May 19
The Scottish Sun
WITH Theresa May stepping down as Prime Minister, we need one person who can clearly unite an entire nation. So the Tory Party will look even dafter than usual if they don’t ask the SFA for permission to speak to Steve Clarke. Ex-Killie boss Clarke is the man tasked with taking Scotland back to a major finals Correct me if I’m wrong, but I haven’t heard ONE dissenting voice since he was appointed Scotland boss (surely a first in international football?). And fair play to Ian Maxwell and the much-maligned SFA, the whole country is buzzing. We last experienced this level of genuine optimism when Ally MacLeod was asked what he was going to do after winning the 1978 World Cup. The late, great Scotland manager famously replied: “Retain it!” The departing Prime Minister in tears yesterday as she announced her resignation In fact, after we pump Cyprus 10-0, I suggest a lap of honour at Hampden followed by an open-top bus to the airport before the boys fly to Belgium. As a firm believer that fans of the diddy clubs should stick together, I’m delighted Clarke has left Killie in such great nick. Their fans can now dig out the passports, while club ambassador Ray Montgomerie will surely receive an invite from Strictly Come Dancing. Alex Dyer has been named Scotland No2, but he’ll continue his current role at Killie. For the sake of their fans, I just wish a similar deal could have been struck with Clarke. Fresh from inspiring the home fans to fill three stands at Rugby Park, it’s time for the tricky bit — can he do the same at Hampden? Listen, despite the SFA’s scandalous refusal to offer reduced prices for OAPs, it would take a man braver even than the numpty who drop-kicked Arnold Schwarzenegger to bet against a full house when we play Cyprus. Ray Montgomerie partying in the directors box at Rugby Park as Killie secure European football for the first time since 2001 At his media conference, Clarke said: “The best thing we can do is start winning matches and try to get a smile back on the faces of the Tartan Army.” And smiling, of course, is Stevie’s stock in trade! I reckon we’ll be grinning from ear-to-ear on June 8. Yep, Cyprus will be a formality for the former Killie boss (to be brutally honest, we could have drafted in Gary Locke or Lee McCulloch for this one). And I boldly predict a draw a few days later with the mighty Belgians who pumped us 4-0 at Hampden less than a year ago. HISTORY BHOYS Celtic are on verge of history – Hearts don’t stand a chance, says Kris Boyd Personally speaking — and prepare yourselves for a shock — I’d build the team around Motherwell midfielder David Turnbull (or, if you’re reading this on the internet over the summer, Barcelona midfielder David Turnbull). Seriously, folks, with 15 goals to his name this season, I reckon Scotland’s Young Player of the Year will be a massive part of Clarke’s national squad. The AWOL mob who turned their back on the dark blue jersey under Alex McLeish? Don’t waste your breath, Stevie. Concentrate on the guys who appreciate it’s an HONOUR to represent your country. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN SCOTTISH FOOTBALL” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Clarke was planning talks with the five or six players who snubbed Scotland but I understand they pulled out of the phone chats with a series of ear infections, strained wrists and dislocated fingers. (Sure enough, they were able to call their club bosses later that night). Stuff ’em. We’ve loads of talented players, the national boss everyone wanted,and we’ve suddenly got fans clamouring for tickets for Hampden. Just one wee snag. This is Scotland we’re talking about. Get the mortgage on a 0-0 with Cyprus. 17/2! It’s a result CALL me a daftie, but I’m not so sure today’s Scottish Cup Final is the foregone conclusion everyone is predicting. Massive underdogs Hearts have nothing to lose (except the deposit on the open-top bus they’ve booked) and the Jambos are surely worth a tenner at 17-2? It’s a classic no-lose situation and all the pressure is on Celtic and their quest for an unprecedented treble Treble. Glasgow City Council dismissed a fake document warning of huge crowds and restricted road access at Parkhead on Monday as the Scottish champs unveil their new manager, but I reckon the stadium will be mobbed with protesters if the Hoops get pumped. On that note, Neil Lennon is off to Marbella on Monday to celebrate a pal’s 50th. His message to Peter Lawwell is: “Call me on the beach. And as quick as you can, please, I’m ginger.” Anyway, folks, my final prediction? If Celtic score first, the engraver can fire in. But, tempted by 17-2, I’ll go 1-0 Hearts. Play-off turn-off FINGERS crossed the final’s more entertaining than Thursday’s turgid tussle between Dundee United and St Mirren. The first leg of the play-off was a tense, tetchy affair and while the terrific atmosphere merited a 4-4 draw, it was absolutely honking. With an eye on the second leg tomorrow, both teams seemed more concerned about not losing than winning and it was the best argument yet for a play-off final over one game at a neutral venue. With 11,000 at Tannadice and another full house in Paisley tomorrow, a packed Tynecastle or Easter Road would have been perfect. Just the one highlight in midweek — the referee’s name appeared on the official team sheet as “Booby” Madden! In terms of taste and decency, what a relief the whistler on duty wasn’t Bobby’s mate Barry Cook. Madonna and hand of god… WITH Vatican City launching a women’s team featuring nuns, I asked you and the Off The Ball listeners how the girls will get on. Here’s some answers our lawyer has deemed fit for publication… With a nod to Billy Connolly’s old gag, the team could be called Partick Thistle Nun. The fans will chant We Are The Papal. Opposition teams won’t hold a candle to them. The players will have plenty to celibate. They’ll be sponsored by Virgin Mobile. The goalie will be comfortable with crosses. They’ll face a points deduction for any ineligible prayers. No diving, please! We don’t want dirty habits. And, er, with my editor reaching for the smelling salts, that’s yer lot. But please tune in at noon to hear how many dodgy ones I can sneak into a live radio show. Jimmi Harkishin: An apology  IN umpteen previous columns, I may have suggested the plank of wood who plays shopkeeper Dev Alahan in Coronation Street is the worst actor in the world. However, after tuning into Kilmarnock v Rangers last Sunday and witnessing Stephen O’Donnell’s antics inside the box, I hereby apologise to Mr Harkishin, his friends and family. Wife says name fits MOTHERWELL signing a Danish international called Casper Sloth might be a dream for the headline writers but it’s a nightmare for yours truly. Our wee dog’s called Casper. So I guarantee this year’s Christmas present from the wife will be a replica jersey with the midfielder’s FULL name across the back. And finally…  I’LL leave the last word to Pars fan Pies. If Kilmarnock, Livingston and Hamilton Accies are taking on apprentice groundstaff over the summer, do the suitable candidates require a degree in Astro physics? 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=”6040787710001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Brendan Rodgers is considering a reunion with his former Celtic livewire Patrick Roberts at Leicester”]