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Atheists force 59J to defend open forum
Atheists force 59J to defend open forum

After Gideon Bibles were made available to students in Delta County schools, Delta County Joint School District #50 fielded complaints from the Western Colorado Atheists and Freethinkers, a member of a national nonprofit organization, the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF).

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Sports

Henderson sets LJ mark
Henderson sets LJ mark

Senior Kenzie Henderson had a record jump in long jump early Saturday morning at the Delta Invitational track and field meet. The Cedaredge senior sailed 17-08.5 and established a new Delta Invitational mark in girls' long jump. Her nearest competitor, Brianna Van Vleet from Paonia, recorded a distance of 16-09.75.

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A saga of  survival  & faith
A saga of survival & faith

Cedaredge native Keith Loucks has published a novel about adventure and survival ­-- a book that entertains as it educates, and one that examines deeper questions of living Christian faith in a dangerously fallen world.

In the 405-page novel titled "I Wish I Had An Orange," the normal, everyday American life is reduced in a moment to the level of Third World deprivation when a nuclear device is exploded in the upper stratosphere 30 miles above.

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Surface Creek

A benefit sure to touch many lives
A benefit sure to touch many lives

A unique fundraiser that will touch the lives of many people took place last Saturday in Cedaredge and also provided a fun spring shopping experience.

It was called the "Every Girl Deserves a Beautiful Gown" and it was held at the AppleShed.

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