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Sports

Eagles' matmen shaping up
Eagles' matmen shaping up

The wrestlers at Paonia High School don't have much time to get ready for the season.

The Eagles, who saw their three-year streak of 2A state championships snapped last year, showed no signs of a tough transition from the football season as Paonia hosted a pair of duals during week two of the young season.

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Good start for 'Dogs; now fifth
Good start for 'Dogs; now fifth

The wrestlers at Hotchkiss High School are off to a great start.

Two weeks into the campaign, the Bulldogs are up to No. 5 in 2A in a recent poll and have seen several individuals put up some big wins at duals early in the season.

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Panthers boys struggle; girls split weekend tilts
Panthers boys struggle; girls split weekend tilts

Delta High School's basketball teams are struggling to find ways to win in the early stages of their hoops campaigns.

The girls are in a total rebuilding year with a new coach and his new offense and defensive schemes.

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Panthers win Invitational
Panthers win Invitational

This year's Delta Panthers' wrestling team has already proven to be an exceptional squad. With Delta's football team going deep into the playoffs, several athletes were late getting to wrestling practices.

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Community

Pages celebrate golden anniversary
Pages celebrate golden anniversary

Les and Sheila Page of Paonia will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 16. They were married in Dundee, Scotland, in 1965, and plan to celebrate their anniversary in Central City.

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School Zone

Students extol freedom
Students extol freedom

Four talented local writers were honored on Monday for essays they have written that celebrate American patriotism and freedom.

Members of Lee Marts Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and Auxiliary #3571 of Delta recognized the top middle school and high school essayists in the VFW's annual voice of Democracy and Patriot's Pen writing contest.

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A  Christmas wonderland
A Christmas wonderland

When Christmas is approaching every year, Yvonne Rowland's world takes on added energy and excitement.

She, and friends who help her, pull down from her garage and the loft in her office boxes filled with Christmas tree branches and boxes and boxes and boxes of ornaments, nativity scenes, Father Christmas depictions, and figurines of many characters familiar to our Christmas celebrations.

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North Fork

Bross Hotel receives historic designation
Bross Hotel receives historic designation

On Nov. 16, the historic Bross Hotel was named to the National Register of Historic Places. The Bross, located at 312 Onarga Avenue in Paonia, was recognized for its architectural and social significance to the community.

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Surface Creek

Big tree delivers childlike perspective
Big tree delivers childlike perspective

Combine a big love for the Christmas season, a big imagination, and a big, nearly 50-foot-tall pine tree in the front yard and you have the makings for a Santa's workshop holiday setting that is unique and delightful.

Glenn and Randi Byrne have made their front yard pine tree the focus of a Christmas decorating celebration that will make even a holiday-weary adult experience once again the feelings of their first Christmas.

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Elberta Rebekah Lodge announces winners
Elberta Rebekah Lodge announces winners

The Cedaredge Elberta Rebekah Lodge #106 held a money-making project this year. The proceeds will be used for the building fund, scholarship fund and charities the lodge supports.

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Senior hikers stay on the go in all seasons
Senior hikers stay on the go in all seasons

The Cedaredge Senior Hikers have been enjoying the pleasures and wonders of local geography recently, venturing from desert canyon to mountain snow with the changing of seasons.

"The senior hiking group continues to hike in our beautiful canyon country almost every Wednesday throughout the winter," said Jude Keica, a member of the group.

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Students sing the songs of the season
Students sing the songs of the season

The Surface Creek community's Christmas spirit was serenaded in the season's best style as Cedaredge Elementary School music students of Andrea Kallson performed their annual concerts at the school last week.

On Tuesday, the fourth and fifth graders opened the three nights of chorale performances with a 1950s, rock 'n' roll-themed program.

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