Sheriff's Office seeks help in identifying woman
The Eagle County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in identifying a woman found hitchhiking in Eagle County. The woman, who calls herself Elizabeth, was contacted by a sheriff's deputy while she was hitchhiking through the area. She told officers she cannot remember her name or where she is from.
The woman, who is about 5-foot-8 and 165 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes, is healthy and in good spirits. She thinks she is about 37 years old.
She thinks she is of Jewish decent and is very religious, and that she is well-educated, possibly at the masters or doctorate level.
She has no memory of family other than her husband and parents, but thinks she and her husband live somewhere in the mountains of Colorado. She also thinks that her parents are from Israel.
She is unable to account for much of her life; she is not reliant on any medication or in need of any. She carries nothing with her that would identify her history or self. She told officers that she has been wandering around the country since she began to regain her memory about six months ago. Law enforcement authorities can find no evidence linking her to criminal activity in Eagle County, or anywhere else.
The Sheriff's Office is seeking assistance from any individual or other law enforcement agency who has knowledge concerning the woman in this photo. Call the Eagle County Sheriff's Office at (970) 328-8500.
AvantGarde Dental has openings for uninsured
AvantGarde Dental has openings available to schedule any uninsured child 18 years or younger April 30 for a Smile-A-Bration, a free day of dental care, co-sponsored by Delta Dental of Colorado. Call AvantGarde Dental directly for details at 871-0033.
Introductory GPS class Tuesday at Olympian Hall
The Routt County Coop-erative Extension is hosting a free Recreational GPS (Global Positioning System) Workshop at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Olympian Hall. GPS has become more of a common utility for navigation, marking points, mapping, natural resources, recreation and agriculture.
This introductory class will teach the basics of GPS use. It is good for those who have one and do not know how to use it; those who are interested in learning more before that purchase or those who just want to learn more about them. Units will be available, or attendees can bring their own.
The free workshop is limited to the first 20 people who sign up. For more information or to RSVP, call the Routt County Extension Office at 879-0825.