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Panthers defeat 4A Palisade in mat dual

The Delta Panthers had too much for Palisade last Thursday when the two teams met in Palisade for dual competition. The Panthers prevailed, 54-27.

There were six pins recorded by Delta along with three forfeits for wins.

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Eagles grapplers roll on; Pipher remains unbeaten

The wrestling season is a war of attrition, and the Paonia grapplers are battling through the final part of the campaign.

The state tournament in Denver is two weeks away and Paonia has several individuals who are rounding into top form.

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HHS basketball teams looking for more wins

The boys' basketball team from Hotchkiss High School got another win in league play last week.

The Bulldogs beat Plateau Valley last Friday on the road 57-16 and upped their record in 1A/2A Western Slope League play to 4-2 and are 5-8 overall.

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Cedaredge boys split games this past week

Cedaredge High School boys' basketball team is currently fifth in 2A/1A WSL standings. A loss, 61-33, in Basalt and a win, 62-56, at Meeker, has the Bruins showing a 6-1 league mark and 9-5 overall.

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PHS hoopsters perfect in league; move up in polls

So far, everything is going right for the Paonia High School boys' basketball team.

The Eagles went to Meeker last Friday and won their sixth game in a row after defeating the Cowboys 67-56.

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Bruins girls win two, start new win streak
Bruins girls win two, start new win streak

Cedaredge's girls' basketball team started another winning streak following last week's loss to the Class 2A second-ranked Paonia Eagles. The Bruins demolished Basalt, 61-27, on Tuesday and then rolled over Meeker, 57-30, on Saturday.

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Bruins beat mat competitors
Bruins beat mat competitors

The Cedaredge Bruins picked up a team title at last weekend's Butch Melton Wrestling Tournament hosted by Ignacio. Cedaredge won the title with 205 points with second-place Pagosa Springs scoring 164.5 points.

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Cedaredge homeowner assaulted; two arrested

On Jan. 28, the Delta County Sheriff's Office, with the assistance of Delta Police, Cedaredge Police and the 7th Judicial Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant on two homes located at 821 Grand Avenue and 821 1/2 Grand Avenue in the city of Delta. Two individuals, Albert Romero, 26, and Alejandra Moews, 26, were arrested on arrest warrants related to the search. Other arrests are pending.

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Artist demonstrates raku firing techniques
Artist demonstrates raku firing techniques

The arts community comprises a vibrant part of Surface Creek Valley's community life.

The ongoing displays, occasional special shows and events celebrating the arts are enhanced by local artists who give individual instruction at their homes and their studios, thereby increasing the knowledge, talent base and participation in arts here.

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CMS connects with the community at Career Day
CMS connects with the community at Career Day

Cedaredge Middle School hosted its second annual Career Day Jan. 20 for all sixth-eighth grade students. During this event, organized by the Bruin Pride Club, students were given the opportunity to visit with many area community members about their careers and their accomplishments as a professional.

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Neighbor helping neighbor
Neighbor helping neighbor

Clinton Clock is a strong believer in community service. He taught his family by example.

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Hotchkiss K-8 presents GRIT Blazing Bulldog Awards

Hotchkiss K-8 strives to develop citizens through GRIT -- growth, resiliency, integrity and tenacity. Students who demonstrate these traits academically, socially or emotionally are recognized as GRIT Blazing Bulldogs.

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Mayor Steckel recalls accomplishments
Mayor Steckel recalls accomplishments

Carolyn "Susie" Steckel is proud of Crawford's accomplishments during her four-year term as mayor.

At the top of Steckel's list going into office were the slowing of traffic on Highway 92 through the downtown core, and completion of the renovation and remodeling of Town Hall.

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Delta hoops teams split against Huskies
Delta hoops teams split against Huskies

Delta High School's basketball teams split varsity games against Battle Mountain's Huskies last Friday night in Edwards.

Delta's girls had to have a last-second score from Emily Nortnik to seal their win, 60-59.

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CRNAs focus on patient safety

National CRNA Week is the American Association of Nurse Anesthetist's annual celebration of anesthesia patient safety and the nation's 49,000-plus certified registered nurse anesthetists.

CRNAs (certified registered nurse anesthetists) are registered nurses educated, trained and licensed to administer anesthesia.

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Hunter education class to be offered in February

Hunter education classes are scheduled Feb. 15-19 in the Enterprise Room of Delta-Montrose Technical College.

Class will be held Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday from 1 to 5 p.m., and again Friday, Feb. 19, at 1 p.m. Total class time is approximately 14 hours.

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Sally Aime
Sally Aime

Sally Beth Aime died Jan. 1, 2016. She was 73.

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Aubrey Pierce

Aubrey Dale Pierce of Delta died Friday, Jan. 15, 2016, at St. Mary's Regional Medical Center. He was 85.

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Pete Sisson

William "Pete" Albert Sisson died Jan. 8, 2016, in Albuquerque, N.M. He was 66.

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Selena Pedersen
Selena Pedersen

Selena Pedersen died after a two-year battle with cancer Jan. 2, 2016, at her home in Cedaredge. She was 80.

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Clifton Hood

Clifton L. Hood died at his home in Delta Jan. 23, 2016. He was 55.

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Donald Mitchell
Donald Mitchell

Donald Lee Mitchell died Jan. 20, 2016. He was 78.

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Library substitutes fill a vital role
Library substitutes fill a vital role

Everyone who has gone through public school is familiar with the unique role of the substitute teacher, a brave man or woman who enters unsuspecting classrooms at the last minute, expecting to be challenged, questioned or taunted.

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Journalism scholarships available

Up to four college scholarships and two high school scholarships are available through the Colorado Press Association's scholarship program, run by the Denver Foundation.

The Colorado Press Association is a trade association dedicated to the preservation, progression and modernization of the state's news media.

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Barbershoppers of the Year announced
Barbershoppers of the Year announced

The Black Canyon Barbershop Chorus announced "Barbershoppers of the Year" for 2016 at the annual installation banquet, which was held recently at Daveto's in Delta.

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