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Celebrate our public lands this Saturday
Celebrate our public lands this Saturday

Saturday, Sept. 24, is the annual National Public Land day (NPLD), the nation's largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands. Through NPLD, the National Environmental Education Foundation works to connect people to public lands in their community, inspire environmental stewardship and encourage use of public lands for education, recreation and general health.

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Bruins win one in three in volleyball
Bruins win one in three in volleyball

Cedaredge High School's volleyball team played three matches last week with a win and two losses being recorded. The Bruins defeated Hotchkiss 3-0, lost to Grand Valley 3-2 and fell to Palisade 3-0.

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No. 1 Eagles' spikers win three more; 8-0 on year
No. 1 Eagles' spikers win three more; 8-0 on year

The Paonia High School volleyball team responded to its biggest test of the season so far with a come-from-behind victory and maintained its No. 1 ranking in 2A.

West Grand came into the Paonia gym last Friday and gave the Eagles a stiff challenge, winning the first set and taking huge leads in the second set before Paonia rallied to win the match 3-1.

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Panthers handle Basalt on gridiron, 42-7; Palisade next
Panthers handle Basalt on gridiron, 42-7; Palisade next

Delta's Panthers own a share of the lead in 2A Intermountain League play. Bayfield, Delta and Gunnison all sport records of 2-1 but have yet to play each other this season.

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Paonia harriers run Eagle Valley course
Paonia harriers run Eagle Valley course

Paonia assistant cross country coach Shauna Meilner prepared the following results for Paonia High School's athletes at Eagle Valley's Invitational.

On Saturday, September 17, the Paonia Eagles cross country team was one of nineteen teams represented at the Eagle Valley Invitational.

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Branching out
Branching out

If a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, then you might say that Ryan Strand's artistic journey begins with picking up a single stick.

Strand is the artist behind the many stick art sculptures found in the North Fork area, including in yards, businesses and inside The Paradise Theatre.

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North Fork

A celebration of food, arts, agriculture
A celebration of food, arts, agriculture

What started as a tiny three-day street festival in celebration of the local harvest has grown into three solid days of food, art, agriculture, drink, music and more.

This weekend marks the 16th anniversary of Mountain Harvest Festival. Supported by the Mountain Harvest Creative and backed by a host of sponsors and an army of volunteers, the annual festival will be honored this Thursday with the Governor's Award for Downtown Excellence by Downtown Colorado Inc., as "Best Events, Festival or Recurring Activity in a Small Community."

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Choose from a musical smorgasbord

Since 2001, the annual Mountain Harvest Festival has brought to the stage an eclectic assortment of handpicked local and regional musicians. Catch the beat Friday during the great Chili Cookoff in Paonia Town Park.

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Surface Creek

Church mission project reaches out to first responders

All Saints Lutheran Church in Austin has been working to improve our community through the annual, "God's work. Our hands." project.

This project is an opportunity for all Evangelical Lutheran Church of America churches to dedicate one day or a month to serve our communities in ways that share the love of God with all people.

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Colorado Grand makes pit stop in Cedaredge
Colorado Grand makes pit stop in Cedaredge

A parade of exotic, high priced sports and touring cars in Cedaredge last week attracted a crowd of curious onlookers numbering upwards of 200.

The event was a pit stop on the 28th annual Colorado Grand auto tour that has in the past gone by the town on Highway 65.

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