Town Talk for November 1 |

Town Talk for November 1

Vail, Colorado
Julia “Jules” Wallace, for longer than two decades a hairstylist, colorist and favorite of locals from Vail to Edwards, will be “back in business” beginning Tuesday at D.J.’s Hair Shoppe in Edwards. Having worked at various salons in the valley, Jules retired to raise her children and is now ready to return to the profession she loves. Specializing in cuts and colors, Jules said simply, “The time was right to return, and D.J. allowed a great opportunity to welcome back many of my old friends and clientele.” Starting out one day a week at D.J.’s, Wallace will be seeing customers on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For appointments, call 970-926-8844.

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On Oct. 20, a Wednesday, at about 6 p.m., my 10-year-old son was involved in a hit-and-run accident on his bicycle at the corner of Valley Road and U.S. Highway 6 in Gypsum. The car that hit my son and left without calling me or an emergency responder was a bluish-gray 2004 to 2008 Chrysler Pacifica that is now missing a rectangular reflector located next to the fog light on the driver side and has a dent from my child on front corner panel or door. The driver was a white female “appearing professional, like a teacher,” 40 to 50 years old, with straight brown shoulder-length hair. A child was injured and left to walk his bruised, road-rashed body and broken bike home after being hit by a car. If anyone saw the incident or knows anything, please call Colorado State Patrol and reference case No. 4C102118. Call 970-824-6501.

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