Archive for October, 2011

Farewell David Baraghoshi!

Posted: 23rd October 2011 by admin in News
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That’s right our man with the barbershop quartet mustache and the deep baritone voice is leaving us to further his higher education. David is returning to the University of Utah to complete his generals and move on to graduate work in Vital Statistics. He described his departure as sad, but necessary as he needs the […]

Norton Ties Balls For Third At Old Mill!

Posted: 18th October 2011 by admin in News
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At the Old Mill two man scramble on October 14, 2011, Neil Norton took a tie for third place. Norton shot a 66 on a Par 71. Five birdies, one bogey and an incredible one-hundred and thirty yard shot with a back roll straight into the hole for an eagle on 17. As always, keep […]

Who Is Waffle Boy?

Posted: 7th October 2011 by admin in Promotions
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A mysterious person under the guise of Waffle Boy has been making weekend appearances Friday nights as well as Saturday and Sunday mornings here at Sunset Coffee! He apparently in on a mission to save people from near death due to hunger by feeding them waffles with or without bacon and fruit! Who is he?  […]

Michael Westover On Deadly Ground!

Posted: 3rd October 2011 by admin in News
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It was a dark night that had that instantly recognizable gloomy atmosphere and the macabre aftermath of what originally was being described as a massacre was still alive in the streets. The sounds of yelling and screaming by the police, television crews armed with a plethora of lights and video cameras as well as other […]

Norton Takes Home Second!

Posted: 2nd October 2011 by admin in News
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In a mind-boggling fight for what team was ultimately going to win the Frito-Lay 4-Man Scramble at River Oaks Golf Course, Neil Norton’s team took in 2nd place. Norton played a remarkable tournament and finished with a -19 shooting a 51 on a Par 70 course with 3 Eagles, 13 Birdies and 2 holes at […]