Climbing wall donationCarbondale Elementary students have learned that one person really can make a difference. The estate of the late Emma G. Taucher made a donation to Carbondale Elementary, and the school used the money to build a new climbing wall in their gymnasium. Taucher’s gratitude is being used everyday at CES. The children are overjoyed to have a climbing wall of their own and have only one person to thank. The students at Carbondale Elementary are forever grateful for the kind-heartedness of Mrs. Taucher.Douglas-Murray weddingCherrí Ann Douglas and Edward Joseph Murray were married May 21, 2004, at the Aqua Vista in Grand Cayman. Cherrí is the daughter of David and Judy Douglas of Glenwood Springs. Ed is the son of Edward Murray and Anita Murray of Glenwood Springs. Nicholas Ryan CeriseMike and Danielle Cerise welcomed Nicholas Ryan Cerise to their family Oct. 11. Nicholas weighed 9 pounds, 8 ounces and was 22 inches long. Nicholas’ half-sister is Shelby, and grandparents are Roy and Diane Cerise of New Castle, Barb Andreatta of Silt, Mike Gillman of Basalt, and Deborah and Sim Harp of Georgetown, Ky. GWS police department gets a handThe Glenwood Springs Wal-Mart donated $2,000 to the Glenwood Springs Police Department for their Safe Neighborhood Heroes program. The monies will be used to purchase updated hand-held radios for first-responding officers. The Glenwood Springs Wal-Mart donated $2,000 to the Glenwood Springs Police Department for their Safe Neighborhood Heroes program. The monies will be used to purchase updated hand-held radios for first-responding officers.
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