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TOWN TALK: HAYDEN

Little Garrett Salazar underwent surgery on his feet at the Children's Hospital in Denver Sept. 17. His mother reports the operation was very successful.

Mary Jo Barnes

Little Garrett Salazar underwent surgery on his feet at the Children’s Hospital in Denver Sept. 17. His mother reports the operation was very successful.

Jason Walker was here last weekend to visit his family. Jason is in his last year of college at the University of Wyoming.

The Darren Zehner family is moving and getting settled into their newly purchased home located on the Cog Road. This home was originally built by Ronnie and Marlene Zehner.

The John Lozinskys were called to Utah last Tuesday for the funeral of Kathy’s aunt, who lost a battle with cancer.

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith were recently in Denver where Mr. Smith underwent medical tests.

Ronnie Jones has returned home from a several-month stay in Missouri. He will now be involved in his guiding service throughout hunting season.

The Lamersons from Denver visited their daughter, Diane, and granddaughters, Lee Ann Barnett and Adrianna Svoboda, this past weekend.

Alisha Camp celebrated her 15th birthday on Sept. 26 with cake and ice cream for family. On Saturday, the 28th, she hosted a pizza and slumber party for a large group of her girlfriends.

Chuck Vedapo was honored Saturday evening, Sept. 28, by his wife with a barbecue to celebrate his 40th birthday. Many friends were on hand for the occasion.

The Ted Copelands were in Utah recently to visit their daughter, Katy, husband Jim and granddaughters Erin and Marry.

Enid (Bissell) Kuchler and her granddaughter, Laura, have been here from Hawaii for three weeks on a business and pleasure trip. Enid enjoyed seeing her many old friends and classmates. They left the fore part of the week for their home in Honolulu.

Dick and Jane Dunckley have been here for several days visiting his mother, Kathryn, daughter and granddaughter in Craig and sons who live in Hayden.


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