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The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office will sponsor a pet animal licensing clinic at the Battlement Mesa Sheriff’s Auxiliary Parking Lot, 0077 Tamarisk Trail, Parachute, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 12, rain or shine.Sponsoring partners include the Parachute Veterinary Clinic, Lee Smith DVM and Friends of the Rifle Animal Shelter.Bring your dogs, cats and ferrets. Spay and Neuter assistance will be available.Chamber warns of ad rep’s claimsThe Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is warning businesses to be alert to a man named “Roadie” from Illinois who is asking them to buy $300 ads in what he is calling an official Glenwood Springs Guide.The city isn’t working with the man’s firm to produce a visitor guide, and instead contracts with the chamber to produce visitor information, the chamber said Wednesday in an alert to members. It produces a magazine that is called the official guide to Glenwood Springs, along with a smaller, 40-page tourism brochure that is the official vacation planner.Neither the city nor the chamber have any affiliation with the Illinois man’s publication, the chamber said.

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