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Paige Lillie and Ed Murray were married at Sunlight Mountain Resort on Oct. 1, 2005. Their spiritual and heartfelt outdoor ceremony was performed by Sonny Conley.The couple honeymooned in Costa Rica for three weeks.Paige has worked for Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs for 26 years. Ed has worked for Pacific Sheet Metal in Aspen for 14 years.They will continue to make their home in Glenwood Springs.

Marine Corps Pvt. Chris A. Black, son of Dierdre A. and John D. Black, of Basalt, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. He also completed additional infantry training at Camp Pendleton in California. Pvt. Black is a 2004 graduate of Basalt High School.Pvt. Black is visiting his parents from Dec. 22 through Jan 2.

Matthew David Daniells, son of William and Patricia Daniells, of Glenwood Springs, graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a bachelor of arts degree in biblical studies.Matthew lived in Glenwood Springs for five years, working for Whitewater Rafting and the Hotel Colorado.Following his graduation, he is contemplating moving to Washington State for employment.

Errik Chas Enewold received a doctorate of chiropractic degree from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Ore., on Dec. 5.Errik is the son of Dan and Jennifer Enewold, of Silt, and Lindy Enewold, of South Padré Island, Texas. He is a 1991 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School.Errik and his wife, Sasha; son, Devin; and daughters, Kylem and Mattéa, will relocate to the Fort Collins area in January.

Matthew Larin, son of Dawn and Tim Darnley of Glenwood Springs, graduated from the U.S. Army boot camp at Fort Benning, Ga.He will be going to Fort Lewis in Washington State for his first post at the 125th Replacement Division.

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