Over 300 people attended the Black Canyon Camera Club's annual show and sale, which this year was themed "Color Me Ansel." The second annual show and sale was held at Bill Heddles Recreation Center.
Delta High School's Class of 2016 set a level of high expectations all future Panthers will strive for, principal Derek Carlson said during commencement ceremonies Sunday. During his opening remarks, Carlson said collectively the class posted the highest composite ACT score in the history of Delta High School.
The three teams representing Delta County at Thursday's 2A state track meet in Lakewood, and 4A Delta High School, went through their final paces and prepared to peak at the right time during last Saturday's track meet at Cedaredge High School.
A lot was on the line when Delta's Panthers took the field last Saturday for 4A District 8 baseball playoff action. The Panthers were last in a state playoff in 1984 when Delta head coach Steve Reiher played shortstop for the Panthers. Reiher acknowledged the fact it was a neat feeling to be on the ends of such a feat as a player and a coach for the same team.
The Will James Society donates sets of Will James books through local groups. Black Mesa CattleWomen sponsored one of these donations.
The mission of the Black Mesa CattleWomen is to promote and protect the beef industry through education and communication. One method the group uses to accomplish this is by supporting youth, education and research.
Scholarships were awarded to some 40 members of the Cedaredge High School graduating class of 2016 during the annual scholarship and senior awards celebration banquet at the school on Tuesday, May 10.
A banquet supper of barbecue brisket was prepared and served by the school's Future Farmers of America chapter.
At conclusion of the Cedaredge High School Scholarship and Senior Awards Celebration on May 10, Lydia Kuntson was awarded the Principal's Award.
The award is given on the basis of academic achievement, athletic accomplishment, community involvement and character.
At Vision Charter Academy, three learners were recently recognized for how they use their personal voice, make good choices and pursue achievement as they become leaders of their learning.
Bror Faber of Cedaredge was born in Denmark, and endured the ravages of World War II as a child in Norway.
The Faber family -- father, mother, three sons -- was living in a suburb of Oslo.
Gratia Fisher sang her last national anthem with aplomb, her family and friends cheering as she trilled the immortal lyrics, "O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." Fisher, president of the Hotchkiss High School Class of 2016, then joined classmates Brandi Goddard and Megan Lange in a harmonious rendition of Bill Withers' "Lean on Me," accompanied on bongos by Andrew Zerr, and commencement ceremonies were underway.
The Paonia High School Class of 2016 chose philosopher Ayn Rand to provide their class quote: "The question isn't who is going to let me, it's who is going to stop me."
Not much has stopped this class from achieving lofty, if not downright mind-boggling goals.
Fifty-three graduating seniors at Cedaredge High School received their diplomas at commencement exercises at the school on Sunday, May 15.
Principal Randy Brown, in remarks to the assembled students, faculty and guests, noted that the Class of 2016 was one of high academic achievement.
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