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Submitted Photo Paul Huttenhower, left, Chelsea Voorheis, Jacob Greer and Tasha Kempton received 2005 Outstanding Student awards on March 25. All are seniors at Glenwood Springs High School.
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Larry and Linda Osiecki celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on April 5 by renewing their vows on stage after a performance of “I Do, I Do” at the Cabaret Dinner Theater, in Grand Junction.

Larry is a signal maintainer with the Union Pacific Railroad, and Linda is a severe needs paraprofessional at Rifle High School.

Dean and Susan Gordon, of Glenwood Springs, announce the engagement of their daughter Allison Gordon to Yates Osborn, both whom live in Fort Collins. Yates is the son of Dale and Pam Osborn, of Loveland.



Allison is a 1998 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School, a graduate of Colorado State University with a degree in psychology. She is currently a mental health counselor at Mountain Crest Behavioral Healthcare Center. She will pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology this fall at Pacific University in Oregon. Yates will graduate from Colorado State University in May with a degree in construction management. He is currently an estimator for LPR Construction Co.

Yates proposed on the Osborn farm in front of friends and family. The couple plans to wed July 30 in Snowmass.



Dean and Susan Gordon, of Glenwood Springs, announce the engagement of their daughter Allison Gordon to Yates Osborn, both whom live in Fort Collins. Yates is the son of Dale and Pam Osborn, of Loveland.

Allison is a 1998 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School, a graduate of Colorado State University with a degree in psychology. She is currently a mental health counselor at Mountain Crest Behavioral Healthcare Center. She will pursue a doctoral degree in clinical psychology this fall at Pacific University in Oregon. Yates will graduate from Colorado State University in May with a degree in construction management. He is currently an estimator for LPR Construction Co.

Yates proposed on the Osborn farm in front of friends and family. The couple plans to wed July 30 in Snowmass.


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