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Bulldog nine unbeaten going into Paonia game

The baseball team from Hotchkiss High School is in a groove.The Bulldogs swept a doubleheader from Meeker last Friday afternoon and improved to 12-0 on the campaign.

Paonia project launches Solarize Delta County

That it was a blustery day with overcast skies didn't overshadow the spirits of those attending last Friday's groundbreaking of a solar array installation at Paonia High School. If anything, it made the event more memorable.

Big night out at prom

It was an evening of striking formal attire, of fun centered around friends and families, and of the community's young people stepping out to display its finest at Cedaredge High School's prom on Saturday, April 16.With famil...

Don Benjamin: Author, cartoonist, teacher

Cartooning may not be a good way to make a living, but it can certainly keep you entertained. Pencil in hand, you surround yourself with superheroes, whimsical animals and humorous characters who pepper your drawings with wit...

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Cedaredge town clerk is 'let go'  76 views

The Cedaredge Town Board made a number of official appointments during its April 21 meeting; but trustees' nomination and voting for one appointment, that of Town Clerk Patricia Luna, was conspicuously missing.

Though Luna's name and position were included with nine other appointments on the agenda and her appointment was indicated as an "action item," no motion to nominate her for the post was made by any trustee, and the appointment of town clerk was left unfilled.

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Police blotter April 27, 2016  60 views

Cory C. Burnham, 53, of Crawford was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $3,000 bond.

A 17-year-old male of Grand Junction was arrested and jailed (at Grand Mesa Youth Services) on a warrant with no bond.

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Reward offered  51 views

Reward offered

The Bureau of Land Management is offering a cash reward for information leading to a conviction of persons responsible for vandalism in the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area. On April 17, visitors reported vandalism of the Bridgeport footbridge, which is a popular access point to the Dominguez Canyon Wilderness.

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