On Wednesday, the day before the first NFL football game of the season, owners gathered with their cheat sheets, analyzing player statistics, team rankings, rookie potential and position strength.
It's fantasy football season, with Michael Ripp leading the charge for the 30th straight year.
Despite missing two top runners, the Paonia girls' cross country team placed four runners in the top 20 and finished third with 37 points Saturday at the Hotchkiss Invitational.
Katya Schwieterman finished fourth with a time of 23 minutes, 35.9 seconds.
Quarterback Drake Horn and receiver Colton Galvin connected on three long passes in the Panthers' throttling of Moffat County Friday night.
Horn racked up 170 passing yards and rushed for another 50 in the 40-7 victory. Galvin was credited with four receptions for 150 yards.
The Eagles are off to a good start under new head volleyball coach Karla Head. Following last week's two conference wins and a non-conference loss to 3A Coal Ridge, they are 4-1 overall and undefeated in the 2A/1A Western Slope League.
History comes to life in the hills near Hotchkiss. Step back fifty years and you come to the start of the Colorado West Gun Club. Step back another hundred and you're smack-dab in the middle of the Wild West.
Welcome to the 2017- 2018 school year! The Cedaredge FFA chapter participated in many activities and events throughout the summer.
One of Surface Creek Valley's notable lifestyle enhancements took place last Saturday in Cedaredge Town Park.
The 10th annual Pops in the Park concert by the Valley Symphony Orchestra and Chorus brought a large number of people with chairs, coolers filled with snacks, and their umbrellas for an evening of symphonic music and song.
The Cedaredge Town Board on Sept. 7 agreed to an offer from CDOT to contribute up to $75,000 more toward eventual completion of the Main Street Enhancement Project. Of the total $75,000, the town will be required to contribute 20 percent, or about $15,000, it was stated at the meeting.
Last time I discussed milkweed plants, more specifically the western whorled milkweed. This week I thought I would cover two beasties in the garden that use milkweed plants as hosts, both flowers as adults and leaves as caterpillars. These are the monarch and queen butterflies.
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