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Descendants of World War II pilot sought
Descendants of World War II pilot sought

After almost a year of searching for information about a World War II plane crash site discovered in Osteen, Fla., Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington, D.C., has concluded the crash site is consistent with the wreck of an SBD-5 Dauntless bomber assigned to the Deland Naval Air Station in Florida. The pilot has been identified as Ensign William T. Bellmire of Delta.

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Jurca, Novinger eager to serve school district
Jurca, Novinger eager to serve school district

There is just one contested race on the ballot this year, to determine who will fill the Director District 2 school board seat being vacated by Kathy Svenson.

All registered voters within the school district can cast ballots in this race, even though the director district is centered in the City of Delta.

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Memory care unit opens
Memory care unit opens

Crossroads Senior Living has opened a new memory care unit thoughtfully designed to meet the needs of residents with dementia. Crossroads at Delta Memory is located on the same property as the assisted living center and independent cottages operated by Crossroads just off 3rd Street in Delta.

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Sports

Bulldogs subdue Lake County in 61-0 rout
Bulldogs subdue Lake County in 61-0 rout

Hotchkiss got just what it needed for Homecoming.

Wade Katzdorn scored four touchdowns, the Bulldogs snagged three consecutive onside kicks and Hotchkiss scored early and often en route to a 61-0 Western Slope Conference win over Lake County last Friday night in Hotchkiss.

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County teams run in Pantherfest XC meet
County teams run in Pantherfest XC meet

Delta paced Delta County's contingent of participants at the Pantherfest Cross Country Meet at Confluence Park.

Hotchkiss and Paonia did not have enough participants to warrant team scores in the event but did have individual runners in both the boys' and girls' competition.

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Hotchkiss volleyball team wins two times
Hotchkiss volleyball team wins two times

The volleyball team from Hotchkiss High School got its first two wins of the season this past week, and it did it in dramatic fashion.

The Bulldogs won the fifth set 15-13 last Tuesday at home and defeated Caprock Academy for their first win.

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Panthers outplay Summit
Panthers outplay Summit

Homecoming 2015 was a huge success for Delta High School. The Panthers enjoyed a runaway 42-0 win last Friday night against Summit's Tigers.

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Temps, times heat up for XC runners in Delta

The October sun made its presence felt and temperatures were almost as hot as the running by the time the boys' race got underway at the Delta Sweitzer Lake Invitational last Friday.

Like the girls before them, the boys found the 5K lake course much to their liking and ripe for a personal record.

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Senior expo  showcases local resources
Senior expo showcases local resources

On Thursday, Oct. 22, seniors from around the area are invited to come together to enjoy entertainment, a tasty free lunch, fun exercises, and to learn more about several matters that affect their lives.

All these opportunities will be available during the seventh annual Senior Expo, held at Bill Heddles Recreation Center, 531 N. Palmer Street in Delta.

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Obituaries

Randolph
Randolph "Randy" Park

When I heard that my father passed away unexpectedly on Friday morning, the 9th of October, I knew that I wanted to write about his life...those that he loved, the things he enjoyed doing and the legacy that he left behind. I thought of some great stories to share and I pictured this moving, emotional memorial that would perfectly encapsulate everything that I feel and have felt for my dad over the years.

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Surface Creek

A tribute to those serving in the military
A tribute to those serving in the military

People visiting AppleFest two weeks ago may have noticed the shiny, satin yellow ribbons that had been placed on Cedaredge's Main Street light poles and tied around many of the trees in Town Park.

The ribbons are a patriotic reminder of those in the military who are stationed overseas in the way of ever increasing danger, working to keep Americans safe and American freedoms alive.

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