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Glenwood skater takes part in Vail show

Heather Nelson, a 15-year-old ice skater who has lived in Glenwood Springs for the past five years, has recently relocated to Vail to pursue her skating career. Nelson, who attended Sopris Elementary and Glenwood Middle School, is now a freshman at Battle Mountain High School in Eagle-Vail.

Nelson will be performing with the Vail Skating Club and several guest skaters in “Just Believe,” the club’s annual holiday performance. The show takes place at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 28, and at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 29, at Vail’s Dobson Ice Arena. Advance tickets are $12 for adults and $7 for children and are available by calling (970) 479-2271.



Local students graduate from the University of Colorado

A number of local students were among the 2,051 who received degrees Dec. 19 during winter commencement at Boulder’s University of Colorado. Glenwood Springs’ Brian Benjamin Clarke received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Physics, Ashley Nichole Nadon received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Justin Darwin Smith received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography, and Nichole Renee Denton received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Congratulations to everyone.



… and from the University of Northern Colorado, too

Victoria J. Stewart of Glenwood Springs received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at the University of Northern Colorado’s fall commencement, held Dec. 13.Glenwood skater takes part in Vail show

Heather Nelson, a 15-year-old ice skater who has lived in Glenwood Springs for the past five years, has recently relocated to Vail to pursue her skating career. Nelson, who attended Sopris Elementary and Glenwood Middle School, is now a freshman at Battle Mountain High School in Eagle-Vail.

Nelson will be performing with the Vail Skating Club and several guest skaters in “Just Believe,” the club’s annual holiday performance. The show takes place at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 28, and at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 29, at Vail’s Dobson Ice Arena. Advance tickets are $12 for adults and $7 for children and are available by calling (970) 479-2271.

Local students graduate from the University of Colorado

A number of local students were among the 2,051 who received degrees Dec. 19 during winter commencement at Boulder’s University of Colorado. Glenwood Springs’ Brian Benjamin Clarke received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Physics, Ashley Nichole Nadon received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, Justin Darwin Smith received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography, and Nichole Renee Denton received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Congratulations to everyone.

… and from the University of Northern Colorado, too

Victoria J. Stewart of Glenwood Springs received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at the University of Northern Colorado’s fall commencement, held Dec. 13.


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