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Glenwood News for December 6

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We would like to extend heartfelt sympathy to the Norman Troh family. Norman was a lifetime resident of the valley, who will truly be missed.

Congratulations to Craig and Olivia Bill on the arrival of their daughter Jenna Lea. Jenna arrived on Nov. 26, weighing in at 9 pounds 10 ounces and was 21 inches long.

The Cayuse Junior Rodeo Association held its annual year-end dinner and awards day at the Centerville Grange on Sunday, Nov. 18. Local kids winning year end awards were: junior girls -- Jody Holly, first in breakaway roping and third in ribbon roping; Kim Hoctor, first in ribbon roping, fourth in goat tying and third in cow riding; Josie Masden, third in barrel racing. Senior girls -- Kari Steinbach, third in ribbon roping; LeeAnn Burgin, second in pole bending, fourth in goat tying, fourth in barrel racing and Reserve Champion All-Around. Senior boys -- Travis Miller, first in calf roping and fifth in chute dogging; Jacob Hinderliter, second in chute dogging and third in ribbon roping; Josh Hoctor, second in calf roping, fourth in chute dogging, fourth in ribbon roping and Reserve Champion All-Around. The new year of rodeos will start next June and run all summer.

The Glenwood Fire Department is in possession of a new ambulance. The 1994 F350 Ford diesel ambulance was acquired through the compliments of the American Medical Response Northwest of Vancouver. The group was upgrading its vehicles and Bob Guinn, who is one of the Glenwood Fire Commissioners, was in the right spot at the right time and offered to find a new home for the old ambulance. Thanks goes to Bob and the MRNV for its generosity.


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