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Delta

New dimension added to Grand Mesa Oncology & Infusion Center
New dimension added to Grand Mesa Oncology & Infusion Center

A new dimension in oncology care has taken place at Grand Mesa Oncology and Infusion Center with the addition of a third oncology physician, Dr. Helen Goldberg, who offers credentials in integrative oncology along with 23 years as an oncology physician and six years as an oncology nurse.

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Sports

Eagles, Bruins win team titles
Eagles, Bruins win team titles

Delta County track teams fared well at last weekend's Cedaredge Invitational track meet. Paonia's girls won the team title in their division with 168 points on the strength of five first-place finishes. The Eagles' Brianna Van Vleet set a new long jump record for the meet in one of Paonia's wins.

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School Zone

Daniels scholarships awarded to three local high school seniors

The Daniels Fund has announced the names of 226 high school seniors from Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming whose exceptional character, leadership and commitment to the community have earned them a place in the Daniels Scholarship Program.

Recipients include Noah La Vau, Cedaredge High School, and Cruz Arias and Wade Ebert, Delta High School.

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Destination Imagination teams pack up for state

Delta County schools were well represented at the regional Destination Imagination (DI) competition in Rifle March 12 -- and nine of the 10 teams qualified for state competition next weekend.

The mission of Destination Imagination is to develop opportunities that inspire the global community of learners to utilize diverse approaches in applying 21st century skills and creativity.

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Students express patriotism through art

Two Vision Charter Academy students are hoping their patriotic art will earn them a scholarship in a national contest sponsored by the VFW Auxiliary.

Jonathan Barrett, a senior, used acrylics to express his patriotism and a career interest in the U.S. Navy.

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Meaningful ties to Kenya
Meaningful ties to Kenya

Carol Phelps of Delta flew to Nairobi, Kenya, last December to visit Fairmile School and its director, Fern Eshuchi, a family friend for many years.

When Carol told her son, Allen Lindblad, she was going, Allen said, "We'll go too."

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Obituaries

Julia Ferry Littlefield
Julia Ferry Littlefield

Julia passed away peacefully in her Hotchkiss, Colo., home April 1, 2016, among family.

Julia was born in Boston, Mass., to James and Natalie Ferry.

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Surface Creek

CES students put on high energy show

Parents, grandparents and community members were treated to a rambunctious display of high energy, physical fitness, coordination and applied learning skills at Cedaredge Elementary School's Music and PE Showcase last week.

The gym at Cedaredge High School was jumping and jiving and rocking and rolling for an hour and a half on Thursday, March 31.

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Student art displayed at the AppleShed

A total of 430 entries are on display for the annual Western Slope High School Art Show. The show and sale is open at the AppleShed Gallery in Cedaredge through April 26. The gallery is open 9-5 daily.

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