Memories & Milestones
Erin and Craig Rigney have lost their dog, EmmaJean, part greyhound, in Carbondale. She is a black Lab mix with a white patch on her chest. She has a yellow and maroon Ruff Wear collar with no tags. She is fast, very friendly and loves to run (part greyhound).EmmaJean was last seen Thursday, Sept. 25, on Third Street in downtown Carbondale.Please call (970) 948-3500 with any information.
Jeffrey Brewer recently graduated magna cum laude from the Universal Technical Institute (UTI) of Goodyear, Ariz.While earning the associate of occupational studies degree, Jeffrey maintained a 4.0 GPA with perfect attendance during all seven phases of the 52-week program.His performance earned him a nomination to the Alpha Beta Kappa National Honor Society.Attending the graduation ceremony were his proud parents, Kathleen Mosher of Pocatello, Idaho, and Bill Brewer of Glenwood Springs.
Alan Edward Saliman, of Glenwood Springs, and Debora Lea Wright, of Carbondale, Aug. 9, 2008Kevin Keith Jackson, of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Ashley Rene Moore, of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Aug. 16, 2008Darrow Lee Miller and Laurie Wise, of Silt, Aug. 9, 2008
Kyna and David Sternlight of Canoga Park, Calif., are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Luca Beau Sternlight on Sept. 12, 2008. He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 20 inches long at birth.Proud grandmother is Lucy Wolff of Rifle.
Two staffers from the Glenwood Springs Post Independent were recently recognized for their work by the National Newspaper Association.Editor Dale Shrull won five awards in several categories, and former photographer Kara K. Pearson was honored with one award.Pearson won second place in the photo essay category in the daily newspaper division.Shrull won a first and third place in the daily sports category; a second place in the feature obituary story category; and third places in breaking news and serious column writing.
Pearson won second place in the photo essay category in the daily newspaper division.
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