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New baby

Teri and Jeff Duran of Glenwood Springs welcomed Joshua Laurence Duran Sept. 18, 2003, at Valley View Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and was 20 inches long. His big sister is Autumn Lee Duran, 17 months. His grandparents are Greg and Patricia Unzueta, Rita Jimenez, Frank Duran and Carolyn Duran. His parents say, “He’s a cutie.”

Livingston Asensio joins Co-nect Inc.

Co-nect Inc. announced today that Meg Livingston Asensio of Glenwood Springs has been hired as regional director. She will be responsible for expanding the company’s presence in the western United States by building relationships with school districts and developing plans to meet school improvement needs. Livingston Asensio will also work nationally to customize programs for districts to improve student achievement in literacy.

She began her career in education as a middle school teacher in Colorado and has more than 20 years experience working in education, including extensive work with school reform and literacy. Most recently, she was the vice president for state and local partnerships at the Galef Institute in Los Angeles.

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