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At Eggs-traviganza 2008 at River Valley Ranch on Saturday, March 15, skies were clear and kids bounced, ate candy, enjoyed magic, and decorated Easter cookies with Upper Crust Bakery. Cane Erickson of Carbondale found the egg with the ticket that won his family a trip to Cancun.The event was so successful, the staff at KSNO has decided to make this an annual family event.

Army Pvt. Dinnelle N. Foutch has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.She is the sister of Erin Foutch of Sonora, Calif., and granddaughter of Jimmy Speakman of Parachute.Foutch is a 2007 graduate of Gold Rush Charter High School in Sonora.

Kelly West turned 40 on March 15.Happy Birthday, we love you very much and are so lucky to have you as a husband and daddy!Love Malinda, Kylee, and Kody West of Rifle



Wednesday Wanderers, from left, Pam Gibson, Laurel Williams, Kay Robinson (the birthday gal at 75), Janet Weisbard and Susan Cashel celebrated Kays birthday with a ski across Shrine Pass, 12 miles from Vail rest area to Red Cliff, followed by dinner at Mangos in Red Cliff. Larry Rynearson, not pictured, was the driver. The group was between 53 and 77 years young.

Riley Bolitho won third place in the Colorado Council of the International Reading Associations annual Young Writers Award contest. Rileys short story, Ferdinands Journey, was selected from entries submitted in the intermediate fifth- and sixth-grade writers category. He was honored at the Young Writers breakfast held in conjunction with the organizations state conference in Denver Feb. 9.Riley is a fifth-grade student at Riverside School in New Castle.



Enedino Diaz and Michelle Lee Ocana, of Rifle, Jan. 23, 2008


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