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Congratulations to the Glenwood U18 competitive soccer team, who finished the season in second place, 8-2 overall.

Emily Dobbs and Nathan Hodge symbolized their love and devotion by uniting in marriage Aug. 25, 2007, in Snowmass.The newlyweds honeymooned in Belize and Guatemala.Emily is a certified veterinary technician working at All Dogs and Cats Veterinary Hospital in Glenwood Springs.Nathan works as an HVAC mechanic for Climate Control Co. The couple lives in New Castle.

Army National Guard Pfc. Joseph F. Hughes has graduated from Basic Combat training at Fort Sill in Lawton, Okla.He is the son of Joseph and Mary J. Hughes of Parachute.

Boy does time fly when you are having fun. We can’t wait to see what path you take as you leave adolescence and begin your journey into adulthood. We are and are so blessed to have you in our life and would never trade you for the world!Happy 18th sweetie, we all love you!Mom, Dad, Shawn, Alexys, Emjai, Dalton, Grandma Sara, Grandpa Anthony, and your whole family.

Charlie Terrell of Rifle took second place in the national wire-off competition held in Houston the end of October. He competed against the top apprentices from independent electrical contractors chapters from across the nation. Charlie graduated from Rifle High School and went on to earn an associates degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Mesa State. He was a top student all four years he attended the Western Colorado Independent Electrical Contractors apprenticeship school. The Western Colorado Chapter is one of three chapters in the state of Colorado with 18 contractor members. Charlie has been employed by Flatops Electric Inc. since 2003.

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