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Special to the DailyAfter 13 years in the valley .... Michelle and Corey Dickson are moving to Jackson Hole, Wyo. Come celebrate their new adventure tonight at the Ford Amphitheater at 6:30 p.m.

Caitlin Caligiuri, a senior communication and Spanish major at the University of Colorado at Boulder has made the College of Arts and Sciences dean’s list for spring semester 2005. The dean’s list requires that a student hold a 3.75 or better GPA and be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours of coursework for the given semester. This achievement ranks Caitlin among the top students at CU. Congratulations

Most bumper stickers aren’t particularly interesting. Most of us, frankly, don’t give the back half of a fat rat who you plan to vote for or how your kids are doing in school, and most stickers’ attempts at humor fall flat. And those are the good ones.

Then there are the exceptions.

Loyal readers (thank you), will recall the Titans’ admiration for these:

n Driver carries no cash ” he’s married

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.

n Simpson/Flanders ’04 (a ticket we’d heartily support in ’08, by the way)

And, while the Titans are, technically, Republicans, we retain an abiding fondness for

n U.S. out of North America

Then there’s this one, spotted on a well-worked pickup in Grand Junction:

n Honk if anything falls off!

We’re not sure why this one’s funny, but it is.

A reader named Chris called to report he’d found a kayak along Interstate 70 late last week. The boat’s green, with what Chris says is a “Crazy 88” logo on the front. If you’re missing a boat, call Chris at 716-664-0797.

Dawn and Dan Horner are in a bad way.

The Horners’ home in the Green Acres mobile home park near Eagle burned to crisp late last month. The couple lost everything, and they had no insurance.

A donation account for the Horners has been set up at Alpine Bank in Eagle, and some jars are sprouting up at downvalley businesses.

To learn more about the Horners’ donation account at Alpine, call 328-1666.

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