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Greenhorn Valley News October 3, 1996 50cents per copy - 12 pages Black and White

UltraStat is leaving Colorado City. UltraStat has been in business for three years. They employ 22 workers at this time and are looking at a not too distant 75 workers due to two large contracts that they have received from Wal-Mart. They are located in the lower level of the Greenhorn Valley Professional Building, as well as the basement of the Metro building. Kevin Cooter, CEO of UltraStat, said they will be moving into their new building in Pueblo soon.

Air Force Airman Teri J. Thacker has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Thacker is the daughter of Norman I. Thacker of Rye and Julie L. Carter of Carrizozo, N.M. She is a 1993 graduate of Rye High School.

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