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TOWN TALK: HAYDEN

Congratulations to our Hayden wrestlers. We are all very proud of the great job you did at state wrestling!

Jennie and Joe Lewis and their two daughters have moved to their newly purchased home west of Steamboat Springs. They had previously lived in the rental home of Bryan and Lucy Rickman next to the Napa store.

Three Sweet Adeline Chorus members from Craig and Hayden returned home last weekend from a cruise in the Caribbean. The local ladies making this trip were Jean Grandbouche, Betty Barnes and Mary Lyn James.



Ed and Kathy Hockin were honored with a house warming Saturday evening, Feb. 23. A group of their friends were there to share in yummy snacks, visiting and a tour of their new earth home northwest of town.

Mona Weaver and her sister Nedra are home again following a wonderful trip the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City. While there they spent time with Mona’s son, Matt, and his wife and two children, who make their home in Park City.



Thomas Hellyer and his mother, Madonna, were here the week before last visiting. They came especially to watch Millie play her last basketball game of this season.

Jim Flanders has been quite ill as of late. He recently underwent cancer treatment in Denver.

At this time he is improved. We all wish you well, Jim!

Joe Boyd was taken by ambulance the evening of Feb. 25 to Yampa Valley Medical Center. At this writing he is in the Intensive Care Unit while undergoing tests.

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Copeland have returned home from the Eastern Slope, where they cared for the Potter children, then thoroughly enjoyed watching their grandson, Tanner, wrestle and take second place at state wrestling.

Joe Archuleta recently spent several days at the Craig Memorial Hospital. At this writing he is improved.

We are happy to report that Elna Yoast is out and about again. When hospitalized with an apparent heart attack a few days ago, the tests showed a blockage of the esophagus instead.


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