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Raymond Baker

Longtime Grand Junction resident Raymond Baker died Sept. 28, 2017, at Larchwood Inns in Grand Junction. He was 92.

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Donna Jensen
Donna Jensen

Delta resident Donna Jean Jensen died Oct. 4, 2017, at her home. She was 65.

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Melvin Arterburn
Melvin Arterburn

Delta resident Melvin Lee Arterburn died Oct. 8, 2017, in a tragic fishing accident on the Gunnison River. He was 75.

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Beverly Williams
Beverly Williams

Longtime Cedaredge resident Beverly Williams (formerly Beverly Clothier) died Sept. 30, 2017, from complications of emphysema. She was 80.

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Kendra Hillman swims in roughwater event
Kendra Hillman swims in roughwater event

Anyone for swimming in the ocean? And, not just a brief leisure excursion either. Try a 2.4 mile swim off the island of Honolulu, Hawaii.

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Bruins split in volleyball play

Cedaredge High School's volleyball team split four matches played last week. All but one was against 3A WSL foes.

The Bruins began the week with a win at home against Gunnison.

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Hotchkiss playing solid volleyball this season
Hotchkiss playing solid volleyball this season

For the first time in recent years, the Hotchkiss Bulldogs are set to advance to the district volleyball tournament without having to play an elimination round pigtail game.

Hotchkiss is now 9-9 overall and 6-5 in the 2A/1A Western Slope League after ending the week with a non-conference, 3-2 (18-25, 21-25, 25-23, 25-22, 12-15) loss to De Beque (9-9, 5-6, 1A District 1).

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Bruins lose on road to 1A WSL leader

A formidable task was assigned to the Cedaredge football team last week. It was scheduled to face 1A WSL leader Meeker (in Meeker, 3-0 and 7-0).

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Rangely deals Paonia volleyball league loss

Paonia remains in third place in 2A District 5 volleyball standings after posting its first conference loss of the season Saturday at Rangely. The three set (17-25, 25-27, 16-25) loss gives Paonia an 8-1 conference and 13-3 overall record with three games remaining in the regular season.

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Eagles sink Pirates in 42-7 blowout win
Eagles sink Pirates in 42-7 blowout win

If there was any question whether Paonia could adjust to a new coaching staff and play as one unit, the answer may be found in its 42-7 routing of Olathe.

For the Pirates, who were coming off of a seven-point win over Cedaredge, it marked their first conference loss of the season.

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Bruins ousted in 3A softball playoff loss

Cedaredge High School's softball season came to an abrupt halt last Saturday in Brush.

The Bruins, playing in 3A Region 1, were seeded 17th and faced number 16 seed, Valley, out of 3A District 5.

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Panthers move on in 3A softball playoffs
Panthers move on in 3A softball playoffs

Even though Delta's Panthers had an up and down softball season they believed in themselves and proved that belief by securing a berth in this week's 3A state softball tournament in Aurora.

Delta played last Saturday in Region 4 (in Lamar) as the 13 seed, defeated 20th seed Lyons 10-4 in first round play last.

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What's bugging you? Oct. 18, 2017
What's bugging you? Oct. 18, 2017

Another bee beastie that can be observed in our gardens are members of the genus, Bombus, or bumblebees. I like to refer to these as the teddy bears of the insect world as they are plump and furry.

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Plants of the Western Slope Ocvt. 18, 2017
Plants of the Western Slope Ocvt. 18, 2017

Another gray day. It does seem like they are becoming common! I wish that the sun would shine! As we come down Cory Grade, just north of the Gunnison River, I'm watching for Virgin's Bower.

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Visit Pioneer Town for Halloween fun

Pioneer Town and The Shelter Shoppe will pool their talents and energies to create a Halloween night for the whole family with "Things Go Bump in the Night" at Pioneer Town on Tuesday, Oct. 31, from 5 to 9 p.m.

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New Christy Minstrels entertain in Cedaredge
New Christy Minstrels entertain in Cedaredge

Their concert banner proclaims 'The New Christy Minstrels®--STILL Under the Direction of Randy Sparks.'

And so they are.

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First Tee program underway in Cedaredge

Cedaredge is the newest location for The First Tee, a program that introduces children to the game of golf, incorporates nine core values, and encourages healthy living habits through a physical education curriculum.

The local ladies golf league raised $4,000 with a charity golf tournament in September to bring this program to Cedaredge Elementary School.

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Grace Andrews is honored
Grace Andrews is honored

At the Oct. 11 Orchard City town board meeting, Grace Andrews was presented a certificate naming her Student of the Month. Andrews is a senior at Cedaredge High School.

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Assembly of God is now the True Life Church
Assembly of God is now the True Life Church

A recent name change at the Cedaredge Assembly of God has folks talking, and that's a good thing. Pastor Bob Hillyer is excited to share what the True Life Church is all about and to extend an invitation to join the congregation in worship and outreach.

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Don Suppes talks county road policy with Orchard City

County commissioner Don Suppes was present at the Oct. 11 meeting of the Orchard City town board to answer questions about road work the county is doing in Cedaredge.

Suppes addressed the trustees to waylay concerns about the county's efforts to repair and pave SW 11th Street in Cedaredge.

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DCMH trauma program earns kudos
DCMH trauma program earns kudos

On Sept. 20, 2017, site reviewers from the trauma division of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment audited the Delta County Memorial Hospital trauma program. The reviewers toured the facility, interviewed staff and completed a thorough review of the processes used in the care of trauma patients.

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Drop off unwanted prescriptions

The Delta Police Department will be participating in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Drop off medications at the police department, 215 West 5th Street, Delta.

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Al-Anon, Alateen offer hope and help

Al-Anon helps friends and families of alcoholics recover from the effects of living with the problem drinking of a relative or friend. The focus is on you, not the alcoholic.

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Hospital volunteers wanted

Delta County Memorial Hospital needs hospital volunteers. Days and hours are flexible.

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Uranium workers to be honored

Nuclear Care Partners is hosting a National Day of Remembrance celebration to honor former AEC Compound and uranium workers for the work they did to bolster the country's nuclear defense and keep Americans safe.

All former nuclear and uranium workers, and their families are invited to attend the National Day of Remembrance event free of charge, where they will be recognized for their service to the country.

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