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The Citizen Telegram staff would like to thank the following people and organizations for helping us tell the story of Rifle’s Centennial:

“Rifle Shots,” Paul Bernklau, “Rifle Vignettes,” Renelda Batson, city of Rifle, Betty Clifford, Keith Lambert, Colorado State Archives, Jen Firmin, Alan Lambert, Susan McKeon, Rifle Creek Museum, Kim Fazzi, Cheryl Morgan, John Scalzo, Debbie Zemlock, Ed Jones, Rifle “Self-Guided Walking Tour,” Barb Kissell, Karen Rhoades, Ardis Green, Carl Bernklau, Velma Shroyer, Rifle High School, Theresa Hamilton, Hilda Sykes, Molly Reigan, Emajean Nichols, Sam and Terri Potter, Betty Potter, Cheryl Morgan, Ted Morgan, Diana Bernklau Casey, Dorothy Pretti, Mary Jane Estes Mead, Marilyn Dalton Ukele and Bob Hoffmeister. We apologize for missing anyone else who we should thank. Please know we appreciate your help.

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