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El Pomar grants support student, community health
El Pomar grants support student, community health

As part of its regional partnerships program, El Pomar Foundation awarded four grants ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 to organizations nominated by El Pomar Foundation San Juan Regional Council members.

Two of the grants went to local organizations.

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Sports

Bruins claw way past Pirates
Bruins claw way past Pirates

Cedaredge's Bruins played a steady game with some ups and downs along their way to a 23-10 opening night prep football victory over Monte Vista's Pirates.

The Bruins, in front of a home crowd, started the evening off right with the opening kick off.

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Cedaredge downs Eagles in softball play
Cedaredge downs Eagles in softball play

The softball season is young but Cedaredge's Bruins are playing well and served notice that they are a contender in 3A softball ranks. A 7-6 win over 3A District 1 opponent Faith Christian leaves the Bruins with a 2-0 record.

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CHS, DHS netters in tournaments

Cedaredge and Delta High School had busy schedules this past week in volleyball. The Bruins played Ridgway early in the week and then attended a tournament in West Grand over the weekend.

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Delta defeats Montrose, falls to Faith Christian
Delta defeats Montrose, falls to Faith Christian

A much-needed win for Delta's softball team came in Montrose last week. The Panthers came into the Aug. 30 contest sporting an 0-4 record.

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Eagles crush Vikings, up to old tricks in win
Eagles crush Vikings, up to old tricks in win

Some of the faces may have changed on the Paonia High School football team, but the results on the scoreboard are still the same.

Behind a dynamic offense and a physical defense, the Eagles opened the season with a 49-7 homecoming win over Center last Friday night at Paonia Town Park.

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Eagles off to soaring start behind athletic, talented volleyball players at PHS
Eagles off to soaring start behind athletic, talented volleyball players at PHS

The Paonia High School volleyball team answered a lot of questions at Homecoming.

In front of an elaborately costumed and enthusiastic student section, Paonia swept Norwood 3-0 last Thursday night in its home opener.

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Hillman medals in CC meet at Battle Mountain
Hillman medals in CC meet at Battle Mountain

Shauna Meilner attended last Saturday's Battle Mountain Huskey Invitational Cross Country Meet in Edwards. She graciously supplied the following results for Paonia High School's athletes attending the meet.

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Pickleball, anyone?
Pickleball, anyone?

The Grand Mesa Picklers is a growing circle of local friends and newcomers who quickly become friends. They share their enthusiasm for quality of life, for physical fitness activity, and for playing together on a regular basis.

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North Fork

Eagle Rock Shelter offers new insights into Paleo-Indian culture
Eagle Rock Shelter offers new insights into Paleo-Indian culture

Thousands of years ago, some of the earliest humans known to inhabit North America found shelter on a ledge by what is now known as the Gunnison River. The southeastern exposure of the rock overhang offered not only shelter from rain, snow and wind, but cool shade in summer, warm sunshine in winter, and unlimited plant food, fish and game.

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Outside the Lines with Delta County Libraries
Outside the Lines with Delta County Libraries

Throughout Delta County there are five libraries where you will find friendly, skilled staff members who are available to assist you with everything from finding a book to logging into your email on an iPad. Delta County Library staff is experienced in using various technologies, planning and delivering programs and keeping materials circulating effectively through the county.

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Surface Creek

Plants of the Western Slope Sept. 7, 2016

The water at Hart's Basin has gone down, but slowly, and it was very high this year. So, surprisingly the upper bed of cattails is still in bloom!

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School year is off to a good start

Schools in the Surface Creek Valley have all begun the 2016-17 school year on a high note with motivated staffs and energetic students looking forward to a year of learning and achievement.

Cedaredge High School principal Randy Brown said, "We are off to a great start." Brown added that enrollment has increased about 10 students.

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