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Delta

Businesses compete to help Partners raise funds

Local businesses in Delta County are competing against each other to sell the most turkey hands to help the Partners mentoring program and children in our community. Please spend a dollar and buy a turkey hand when you go out to eat at either Taco Time or CB's Tavern.

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Veterans honored at DMS assembly

Delta Middle School hosted its annual Veterans Day assembly on Friday, Nov. 10. This event honors those who have served our country in the armed forces, while highlighting for the students the many freedoms we enjoy because of their sacrifice.

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Sports

Eagles don't disappoint in 1A quarterfinal loss
Eagles don't disappoint in 1A quarterfinal loss

Paonia's 35-23 state quarterfinal loss to Bennett was a tough one, but head coach Blaine Escher had nothing but praise for his players. Bennett, after all, has lost just five games in the last three seasons and is now 11-0 and ranked No. 1 in the state as they head into next week's semifinals.

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Local athletes earn honors
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Storytelling with a brush
Storytelling with a brush

It's hard to say if Cami Bair is primarily a painter who uses stories to enhance her work, or if she's really a storyteller who uses pictures to amplify her stories. But she melds the two art forms so beautifully that the line between storyteller and painter blends, and the end result is just simply the best kind of story: full of feeling and wonder and color and life.

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North Fork

Guild wraps local veterans in quilts
Guild wraps local veterans in quilts

A Veterans Day tradition continued Saturday, with a breakfast hosted by S&B Quilters Guild at Memorial Hall in Hotchkiss. Twenty-five veterans and their families attended the event, the fourth held in Hotchkiss.

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Hotchkiss chamber honors community champions

The stability that is a hallmark of the Hotchkiss Community Chamber of Commerce was sustained during the chamber's annual meeting Nov. 7.

Tracy Ihnot, Nathan Sponseller, Sue Whittlesey and Bill Long were re-elected to two-year terms on the board.

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Surface Creek

Cedaredge High School pays tribute to veterans
Cedaredge High School pays tribute to veterans

Cedaredge High School and Middle School (CHS and CMS) combined to celebrate Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 10, with an assembly honoring military veterans and their families. The moving and inspirational program included patriotic music and speeches, heartfelt essays, and a stirring video -- all performed by students with assistance from area veterans and teachers and staff.

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