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Trail trials return Sept. 12

The Women's Surface Creek Saddle Club is conducting its biennial Trail Trials at the Mesa Top Trail on Sept. 12. This popular local trail riding event will be held at the Mesa Top Trail head on Grand Mesa.

Delta football team to contend for WSL title

If the summer camps and noted improvements are any indication, the Delta Panthers could be more than just a force in Class 3A football circles. Delta returns a core of performers who were at the top of the class in many categ...

A unique legacy in books

To say that Katherine Colwell has authored many books is a misnomer.To explain her numerous works, including her showpiece, "Red White and Blue in Utah 1988," forget that books are made of pages, bound between two covers, rea...

Governor tours Doughty Steel

A visit to Doughty Steel was like a step back in time for Governor John Hickenlooper -- his mother's family once owned the oldest family-held steel fabrication company in the United States. He shared several memories while to...

Meals made with love bring the community together

When Jeanne Gatto started serving weekly community dinners two summers ago her goal was to put otherwise wasted food to good use."I thought it would be awesome if we could use it to get community meals going," said Gatto.

Celebrate the Fork this weekend in Hotchkiss

The North Fork Valley Creative Coalition is throwing the party of the year at the Delta County Fairgrounds Aug. 28 and 29 to honor the work of the creative people who live in the North Fork.

Boathouse display added to Pioneer Town

The newest exhibit at Pioneer Town has been set up in the western silo. Marilyn Boyd and her daughter brought in a glass case and have displayed a collection of memorabilia from the boathouse that once stood at Barren Lake on...

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Exercise class going strong at Stolte Shed  10 views

Exercise class going strong at Stolte Shed

"We are still going strong with the exercise class that meets three times a week at the Stolte Shed in Pioneer Town," stated instructor Linda Bull. "For the first six months of this year there were 1,800 participants (about 35 each session, many attend multiple sessions).

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Reserve officers augment police department staff  9 views

Cedaredge Police Chief Dan Sanders reports that his department has six officers on full-time duty.

The full-time staff is supplemented by a reserve officer force of three well-qualified and experienced volunteer officers, Sanders explained to the town board on Aug. 20.

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CES principal dedicates himself to staff, students  9 views

CES principal dedicates himself to staff, students

The Home of the Cubs welcomes a new principal, Daniel Renfrow, with open arms this school year. He sits at the front desk, busy working with staff and parents to help keep the school in order before taking time for an interview.

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Progress seen along Surface Creek trail  9 views

Progress seen along Surface Creek trail

Progress on a new trails loop on the west side of Surface Creek includes work on two foot bridges that cross a small, dry ditch.

Stout timbers set atop concrete footers form the foundation of the structures.

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Messy visitors cause problem at skate park  6 views

Messy visitors cause problem at skate park

Cedaredge's skate park has provided a recreational venue for local youth to associate with one another and to sharpen their athletic skills.

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Sports

Bruins praised for play

Bruins praised for play

Following their weekend scrimmage games on Saturday, the DCI sports department contacted Cedaredge softball coach Matt Hall to get his impressions of his team's efforts.

The Bruins played three times and mixed their varsity and junior varsity players together in games in an effort to give all who made the trip a chance to get some game experience.

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Eric Goold new DCI sports writer

Bulldog cross-country team has will to win

Hotchkiss volleyball team young, dedicated

Prep tennis now in Paonia

Bruins solid in softball

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