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Sports

Bruin girls fall in districts

Cedaredge High School's girls basketball team won its play-in game against Gunnison (33-21) on Tuesday but lost to Moffat County on Friday (49-42) and Olathe (41-38) in Saturday's third-place game.

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Delta lads move on in hoops

Despite a rough weekend of basketball Delta High School's boys hoops team will be moving on to regional play this weekend. The Panthers got past Grand Valley in a play-in game on Feb. 21 with a score of 56-45, a far cry from the 68-32 win on Feb. 18.

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Paonia top seeded at regionals
Paonia top seeded at regionals

Paonia head basketball coach Chase Roeber knew ahead of post season play that there would be no easy games on the road to the state tournament. Of top seven teams vying for the 2A District 5 title, the tournament could go to any of them, said Roeber. "They're all right there."

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Community

A Kidz Clinic staffers compete in CASA's Dancing with the Stars

Come support A Kidz Clinic and 10 other nonprofit organizations participating in CASA's second annual Dancing with the Stars event on Sunday, March 5 in Montrose.

CASA is "sharing the love" by inviting other nonprofits to participate this year, with each team keeping the donations made on their behalf.

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School Zone

VCA students sharpen their test-taking skills

Over the past three weeks, nearly 100 Vision Charter Academy (VCA) learners, across three campuses, have participated in Test Prep Winter Carnivals hosted by the VCA staff and Vanguard Parent Association. Through the course of the event, learners rotated stations sharpening skills for the upcoming CMAS, SAT and Dibels tests this spring.

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Back Page

Delivering the mail for 60 years
Delivering the mail for 60 years

When Emery Townsend first began making swift completion of his appointed rounds as a highway contractor for the U.S. Postal Service in Somerset, a gallon of gas cost 24 cents, cars with big tail fins were popular, and Slinkys and Hula Hoops were the top selling toys. That year the Soviet Union launched the first successful spacecraft, and the long-running television show "Perry Mason" debuted.

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North Fork

Historic rifles donated to Hotchkiss museum
Historic rifles donated to Hotchkiss museum

The Hotchkiss Crawford Historical Museum was recently gifted with three antique rifles that once belonged to Hotchkiss town founder, Enos T. Hotchkiss. The rifles were a gift to the collection by Enos's great-grandson, John Hotchkiss.

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Surface Creek

Snow season in full swing on the Grand Mesa
Snow season in full swing on the Grand Mesa

A year of abundant snowpack bodes well for ag producers in the coming season.

And, as the snow has piled up atop the Grand Mesa, recreational users of the local winter playground have taken advantage of the bounty as well.

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