August 10, 1999
Hayden — Joe and Mickie Walker and their children visited Mickie’s sister, Shelly Plummer, in Wynona, Kan.
The Northwest Colorado Open Horse Show was held in Craig at the Moffat County Fair July 30-31. Numerous entries made some of the classes very competitive. The display of horsemanship and showmanship was a pleasure to watch.
Lela Oberg spent the week of Aug. 1 as a patient at the Routt County Memorial Hospital in Steamboat Springs. She is now better.
Congratulations to Jnl Linsacum on her acceptance to run the New York City Marathon in November.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rolando hosted a barbecue for a group of friends at their newly remodeled home July 31.
Congratulations to John and Beth Sundberg for their yard being chosen as “Yard of the Month.” Beth spends hours nurturing plants and flowers at their home located at 370 S. Spruce St.
Marge McDonald is now employed as the main cook at the Haven Assisted Living Facility in Hayden.
The Routt County 4-H Exhibit Day and Fashion Revue was held July 31 in the Hayden High School auditorium. The master of ceremonies was council President Tommy Rossi. Two scholarships, the Howard and Maxine Elliot 4-H Scholarship and the Milligan Scholarship, provided by Jim Milligan, were given by Karin Utterback-Normann to those beyond their freshman college year. Awards were also given to other members.
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Scott and Tammy Mader had a visit from Tammy’s father who lives in Wyoming.
Jessie Barby of Hendersonville, N.C., sister to Carol Rickman’s mother, Cleota Hutchinson, died.
Emily Benedict was admitted to The Memorial Hospital in Craig on Aug. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Salazar and their children sold their mobile home in Meadow Village Trailer Park. They purchased a modular home and will be living on First Street behind the Hayden Auto Body Shop.
Suzie Copeland left Aug. 4 for Fort Collins to meet her daughter, Misty Jenkins. The two will fly to Pennsylvania where Misty is giving a science presentation. They will return Aug. 9.