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  • Eagle celebrates paralympian Kory Puderbaugh

    Kory Puderbaugh, a silver medalist in the Rio 2016 Paralympics in wheelchair rugby, was celebrated by friends, family and fans Thursday Nov. 10, 2016 at the Eagle Public Library in Eagle. Patrick Calley, chief of Eagle police with the Ada County Sheriff's Office escorted Puderbaugh carrying an Olympic torch as Eagle High cheerleaders chanted U.S.A. and "Go Kory!" He later received a key to the city.

Eagle celebrates paralympian Kory Puderbaugh

Kory Puderbaugh, a silver medalist in the Rio 2016 Paralympics in wheelchair rugby, was celebrated by friends, family and fans Thursday Nov. 10, 2016 at the Eagle Public Library in Eagle. Patrick Calley, chief of Eagle police with the Ada County Sheriff's Office escorted Puderbaugh carrying an Olympic torch as Eagle High cheerleaders chanted U.S.A. and "Go Kory!" He later received a key to the city.
Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com