The Telegraph accepts classified advertising anytime prior to Tuesday at noon. Ads are a total bargain at $5 for 25 words or less and 20 cents for each additional word. Ads can be submitted via email), fax (970-259-0448) or in person (534 Main Ave, Durango). Prepayment is requested on all classifieds.

$500 reward
for recovery of 95-pound black lab. Un-fixed. Healthy and extremely missed. Any info. Call (970) 903-7770.
Durango Natural Foods
Is hiring for a produce manager. Must be enthusiastic, self-driven, creative and willing to work with co-op principles. Commitment required. Contact Anna or Jennifer at (970) 247-8129.
Landscape/lawn maintenance
Full-time, part-time. Reliable. Great pay/bonuses. 385-2656.
Canyon Sports
In Cortez is seeking a FT Sales Associate. Knowledge of outdoor gear and retail sales experience a plus. Great working environment with competitive pay and raises based upon experience and your initiative. Applications available at 28 West Main Street in Cortez.
Homeslice Pizza
Apply in person. 441 College Drive.
Cocina Linda
Is looking for an experienced line cook and counter help. Must be available afternoons. Call 259-6729.
King Center Laundry
Is hiring. Apply in person next to Nature’s Oasis.
Women’s Flyfishing Class
Let’s go ladies! Learn the basics to get out there. Bugs, knots, casting, etc. May 7, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Only $75! Call 385-4081.  
Learn Something New!
at the Dgo. Adult Education Center * Road Bike Maintenance - Apr. 18 * Buying & Selling on
Ebay - Apr. 22 * Intro. to Tarot Cards - May 3 * Mtn. Bike Maintenance - May 9 * 1031 Tax Deferred Real Estate Exchanges - May 10. For more information call 385-4354 or check out:
Posters, prints, originals
Booth #117 Home and Ranch Show. Fairgrounds April 29 & 30. Custom Calligraphy and Frame. Professional lettering and picture framing. Established 1991. 533-7943.
One-day workshop
Japanese calligraphy & brush work. April 22, $60 ($35 for half day), Art Supply House. Call Chyako Hashimoto for more info. 259-2243.
Jeff Deitch’s Nominating Petition! Please call 259-3980. Paid for by Deitch Election Committee, Deborah Karn, Treasurer.
Kan’Nal 3/17
The Abbey. Did anyone see a very tall, thin woman verbally assaulting a shorter woman? Please call 247-0802. Thank you!
Your friend
When driving alone. Vehicle security you control. Now you can track your vehicle, RV or trailer 24/7 from your computer. 1-866-213-5138.
Do you want
to give me a car? Hey, just asking. I need a small fuel-efficient vehicle in good, mechanical condition. It will go to a good home and see l00s of miles of highway with me. 903-7543. You will make my day.
Volunteers Needed
To support survivors of sexual assault. Sexual Assault Services Organization’s (SASO) free 30-hour training begins May 8th.  SASO advocates support survivors through work on our 24-hour crisis hotline, are involved in sexual assault prevention programs for youth and adults, and increase awareness about sexual assault in our community. 259-3074 for details.
Think you have
the best BBQ in the neighborhood? Enter the Kiwanis Club of Durango’s Smokin’ 4th Backyard BBQ to win cash prizes. BBQ connoisseurs also needed to just some of the best BBQ in the land. Call 259-4026 for info.
Seeking hometown heroes
The Kiwanis Club of Durango will be honoring Hometown Heroes in Buckley Park on July 4th. To nominate your Hometown Hero contact Bob at 759-5480 or  
Conscious Relationship:
A Path to Intimacy and Awakening, led by Valeta Bruce, community Dharma leader. Sat., May 6, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Tara Mandala Retreat Center outside Pagosa Springs. Price: $35 (includes lunch.) Suggested donation to teacher: $10-$20. To register, please call (970) 731-3711 or register online at
Sexual Assault Service Organization
Announces its Fourth Annual Survivor Poetry Contest. Entries will be accepted until April 17. 259-3074 for more information.
Mobile Geeks
Forget the hassle of dismantling your computer and taking it to the repair shop. Mobile Geeks comes to your home or office for all computer needs. Grand Opening Special: Free diagnostics and no trip charge. Fast, efficient service. All our work is Guaranteed! Call 259-3171 or email Visit our website http: //
Get a life
Or at least one you enjoy with the help of a personal life coach. Call Laura Fredrickson Internal Design. 385-2525. Initial session free.
Durango Dawg  764-4340
Bonded & Insured  Member: National Association of Professional Pet Sitters & Pet Sitters International !Sing fer Spring Discount! 20% off All Services when you bark about this ad.
making you pout? Turn that frown upside down with a new outlook on life from Scrubby’s. We clean anything, and specialize in windows! Scrubby 946-6886 (3/2-?)
Pet Valet Inc.
Now serving Durango and surrounding areas. Offering dog walking, dog sitting and cat care. Call Shawna Brown @ 769-3870.
Stop Making Your
landlord rich! Own your own home for no money down. Call Jeanne Today @ 759-8736.
Ashiatsu Oriental Bar Therapy
Come experience Durango’s “deepest, most luxurious massage.” Mention this ad to save $10 (reg $70/hr) Healing Hands Massage @ the Riverfront Building. (970) 946–3724.
Spa “To-Go”
Professional, quality massage and spa treatments in the comfort and privacy of your home, office or vacation rental. Perfect for birthday/bridal parties or family/corporate retreats. 20 years experience. Ann Drakeley  970-749-8983.
Massage gift certificates
Don’t suffer from chronic pain. Acupuncture and massage can help. Call Carla Marie Toth, LAc, CMT 799-3470
Ortho-Bionomy® Bodywork
A gentle, deeply relaxing, non-forceful, supportive, homeopathic process. Useful for stress, skeletal misalignment, chronic pain, soft tissue injuries. Heidi Timm. 759-9038.
Fast Trees
Grow 8-12 feet yearly. $8.75-$13.75 delivered. Potted. Brochure 1-800-615-3405.
Get ready to rumble!
Lots o’ paddling gear for sale! All in great condition, some new -kayaks, paddles, drytops, jackets, pfd’s, etc. Call 385-9595 for info.
Kick back and relax!
Folding futon frame for sale. Great condition, stylish wooden, folds from couch to bed, with arm rests. Frame only. $125 obo. Call 385-9595.
Now offers quality pre
owned home furnishings. Coffee tables, rugs, lamps, linens and lots more. Inventory changing daily. Call 385-7336.
We have your land. 40 acres. La Posta Canyon. 500 tires on site. $89,900. Michael Thunder. Coldwell Banker. 259-3333 or 759-1022.
3 Bedroom House
Cozy, quiet, super clean on 3 acres. Large fenced yard, decks, 2 car garage. In lovely private subd. 5 miles north of Bayfield. $1150/month. 884-1177.
Roommate Wanted
Room in 4 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms, washer/dryer, firepit. 1-acre of land. 10 mins. from town. $350 + utilities. Call Arlo Grammatica. 759-0057.
Edgemont Studio
$600 per month. No smoking. Cat ok. May 1st. 259-1945 or 749-7566.
Durango Dharma Center
Is available for hourly and daily rental. Ideal space for workshops, meetings. Free parking. Call Judy at 375-9617.
Vacation Rentals
Enjoy your family’s visit.
Have them stay at a rental house. 1 bed/1 bath downtown. W/D. Book now for summer months. 259-9466.
Help we’re overflowing
Great Dogs at the Aztec Shelter. Lots of small dogs, too. Come check us out. 505-334-6819.
Community Service
Cadence Therapeutic Riding
is seeking volunteers and is always searching for possible riders to participate in our program. Cadence is a non-profit organization that provides equestrian experiences for adults and children with special needs.  Visit , or call 749-7433 for more information.
Alzheimer’s Association
Support Groups meet the second Thursday of the month at the Durango/La Plata Senior Center at 12:30 p.m. and the fourth Thursday of the month at the La Plata County Fairgrounds at 7 p.m. For more information, call Elaine Stumpo at 259-0122.
Raw Food Lunches
Nonprofit organization Turtle Lake Refuge offers organic, living-food lunch every Tuesday and Friday from 11: 11 a.m. to 2:22 p.m. Suggested donation $8. 247-8395. 848 E. Third Ave.

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