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For the remainder of the summer, one local retail outlet will feature products priced to help shoppers sleep soundly.

Intermountain Appliances, 395 School St., has slashed prices on mattresses through the end of August. The store is selling twin, full and queen-sized beds from Serta's Majestic Sleep line.

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"Our best-seller is the Eurotop bed, but we try to keep about five different styles in stock," sales office manager Jennifer Barlean said. "They can be sold as a set with the box spring, or just the mattress."

The mattress sale is only part of Intermountain's markdowns this summer.

Discounts include 10-percent off prices on in-stock lighting and 15 percent on flooring.

The store's biggest summer sale is a 20-percent discount on cabinets.

"We just started carrying granite countertops about a month ago," Barlean said. "The laminate countertops are our best-seller just because of the prices but the granite sales are really picking up."

Barlean said store management tries to arrange sales every month. The sales floor also features televisions, microwaves, refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves and bathroom fixtures.

"We've got the whole shebang here," Barlean said.

Business hours for Intermountain Appliances are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays. For pricing information, call 824-6945.

Steamboat attorney achieves certification

A little extra education can only be beneficial in enhancing one's career.

Ralph Cantafio knows as much, and that's why he's taken steps to better serve his clientele.

Cantafio, a Steamboat Springs attorney, recently completed training for legal issues in the oil and gas industry.

Cantafio achieved his Certificate in Professional Land Management from the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver in July.

More recently, he finished coursework for an advanced certificate within the field with an emphasis in finance and management.

The college's program is recognized by the American Association of Professional Landmen.

"The main purpose of taking these classes was to secure more knowledge about the industry," he said. "They teach you stuff about oil and gas leases, surface agreements, easements, things like that."

Cantafio has focused on working with both regional landowners and oil and gas representatives for the last 10 years of his 25-year law career.

"Before I took these classes, I knew what I was doing, but now I have a better understanding of why I'm doing it," he said. "I think it'll really help me negotiate in a more sophisticated way."

Cantafio has law offices in both Steamboat and Craig, though he works primarily from Steamboat.

To make an appointment to meet with him at his Craig office, 676 Yampa Ave., call 879-4567.

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