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Town Talk: Oak Creek/Phippsburg

Our sympathy

Phyllis Burrowes reports the passing of former resident Mary Steward King in Grand Junction on Oct. 9. There were no services. Mary was raised on Trout Creek and Oak Creek. Cards may be sent to Mike and Jeannette Page at 3005 D. Road in Grand Junction. Call Phyllis at 736-8298. Our sympathy to family and friends.

Flu shots available

Flu shots are available at the South Routt Medical Center in Oak Creek on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Call 736-8118 for more information.

Get well soon

Nathan Hodge was taken to the hospital Wednesday and at this writing, no news has been received. Get better soon, Nate.

What’s New

Stop by the What’s New Rummage shop in Phippsburg and check out all the items. For those who may not know, some of the money made by the shop goes to pay for the town street lights. They are open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Thursday.

Library visit

Now that fall and winter are in the air, stop by the local library.

LIFT-UP hours

LIFT-UP is open in Oak Creek in the old telephone building at 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday and at 9 a.m. to noon Thursday.


Mr. and Mrs. Doug Campbell were in Steamboat on Monday to see Dr. Paula, who has been under the weather. Get better soon.

Mark Williams and Lila Rider were in Steamboat on Monday.

Evalee Whitecotton of Yampa was in Steamboat on Monday.

Lorrian Gregory was in Steamboat on Monday.

The Doug Campbells have been enjoying family from Tennessee this past week.

Tom Reed of Boulder spent Thursday and Friday with the Jim Goggins in Yampa and Mark Williams in Phippsburg.

John and Mary Maynarich went to Denver over the weekend.

The Frankie Stefano family of Wheat Ridge spent the weekend here with his mom, Lois Stefano.

The Rocco Stefanos returned home after spending time in Gunnison with family.

Jason Reed of Boulder visited with his uncle Mark Williams on Sunday.

Nice to see Peggy Klumker out and about.

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