Memories & Milestones
Collin Page of Glenwood Springs, with Crew 277, earned the rank of Eagle Scout on Dec. 7. He spent 186 hours clearing and rebuilding the Mitchell Creek Trail.Bryan Lynn Brent, of Glenwood Springs, with Troop 225, earned the rank of Eagle Scout on Dec. 13. He spent 82 hours reconstructiing a kiosk for a gun range.Ladibel Bonilla of Carbondale, with Troop 242, earned the rank of Eagle Scout on Dec. 21. He spent 160 hours reconstructing a baseball field’s maintenance shed.
Congratulations to Coal Ridge High School sophomore Nina Vitari. Nina plays the clarinet, and is the first Coal Ridge Titan to earn a spot in the All-State Honor Band. Congratulations also to CRHS senior Tzetzi Mendez, who is the first alternate for All-State Honor Band for the tuba. All-State Band will be held in Greeley on April 4-6.
Dusty and Marlene Cline were married Feb. 3, 1963, and want to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. Friends and family are invited to shower them with cards by sending them to P.O. Box 19314, Colorado City, Colo. 81019.Thank you.Chris, Angie, Dee, Kelly and grandkids
Ben and Maureen Montover of Glenwood Springs, along with Gary and Cara Rudolph of Reno, Nev., are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Justin Montover and Kayla Rudolph. Justin is a patrol deputy for the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department, and Kayla is a nursing student at CMU in Grand Junction. She will graduate in December of this year. The happy couple will wed June 28, 2013, in Fort Collins.
Girl Scout cookie sales begin Jan. 27. Glenwood Springs Girl Scouts in grades K through 6 held a cookie rally and sleepover at Sopris Elementary School on Jan. 12. Look for a Girl Scout in your neighborhood soon.
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Glenwood Canyon likely to remain closed for ‘weeks’ as I-70 assessed, repaired following numerous mudslides
Interstate 70 will likely remain closed for several weeks, as Colorado Department of Transportation crews work to assess the extent of damage from several days of heavy rains and debris slides from the Grizzly Creek Fire burn scar.