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Paonia XC at 'Banana'

The Paonia cross country team competed at the Anna Banana Invitational in Fruita last weekend. The race is run in honor of Anna Janowitz, a member of the Fruita cross country team who died in a tragic car accident. Janowitz loved the sport and inspired many in the cross country family.

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Delta volleyball team wins
Delta volleyball team wins

Following its 3-1 loss to Steamboat Springs a week ago, Delta has started a new winning streak with victories over Rifle and Summit this past week.

Last Thursday's visit to Rifle resulted in a 3-0 win while Saturday's match in Delta produced the same 3-0 results.

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Delta soccer team has 1-2 week of play
Delta soccer team has 1-2 week of play

Delta's Panthers have played some good soccer in 2015. And they have played some very good teams.

Last week, Delta lost two of the three matches played to bring its season record to 2-5 in league play and 2-7 overall.

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Panthers stay on top with 19-0 win in Rifle
Panthers stay on top with 19-0 win in Rifle

Delta played once last week and that contest was against Rifle's Bears in Rifle. Delta improved to 4-0 in league play and 12-4 overall after shutting out the Bears, 19-0.

The Panthers wasted little time after jumping to a 1-0 lead after one inning of play. Delta's bats exploded in the second frame for 11 runs that left little doubt as to the game's outcome.

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Cedaredge qualifies three for state golf

The Cedaredge Bruins placed third at regional qualifying play at Steamboat Springs' Haymaker Golf Course.

Aspen won the team title (244), Basalt was second (253) and the Bruins were third with their 257.

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Delta sending two golfers to state meet
Delta sending two golfers to state meet

The Delta Panthers have achieved many goals this golf season. One goal was to win a tournament, and that happened at a recent golf tournament in Gunnison.

Delta scored 239 points to win the team title and had a medalist in the top three.

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Bruins win five softball tilts
Bruins win five softball tilts

The Cedaredge Bruins upped their softball league mark to 5-0 over the past week with a non-conference win over Palisade and a 3A District 5 decision over Meeker.

Against Palisade the Bruins avenged a loss to the Bulldogs, 8-4, on Sept. 18 in tournament play in the Delta Invitational Tournament. The rematch on Sept. 22 was an 8-5 win for Cedaredge.

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Bruins take over top spot in 1A WSL play
Bruins take over top spot in 1A WSL play

The Cedaredge Bruins went to 4-0 in the 1A WSL standings to take over first place after Paonia's first loss in two years. The Bruins handled Center 40-13 while the Eagles fell 35-0 to Bayfield.

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Ponce returns, Delta rolls to 49-0 3A victory
Ponce returns, Delta rolls to 49-0 3A victory

The trip to Steamboat Springs to play football hasn't always been the best of experiences for Delta High School. But this year's visit had positive results as the Panthers rolled up 368 yards of offense in a 49-0 drubbing over the Sailors.

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Two creative grants awarded in Delta County

Colorado Creative Industries (CCI) announced recipients of the 2015-2016 Colorado Creates grant program, and two Delta County organizations are among the recipients. Delta Montrose Youth Services was awarded $6,500 and Elsewhere Studios in Paonia was awarded $4,000.

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Birds of the Western Slope September 30, 2015
Birds of the Western Slope September 30, 2015

There's plenty of bird activity in our tall cottonwoods. We have our Lewis' woodpeckers as usual, with lots of display flights, drilling and calling. But no nesting behavior.

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Centennial wall needs to be rebuilt
Centennial wall needs to be rebuilt

Orchard City's Centennial honor wall is going to have to be rebuilt.

The structure is crumbling from a lack of adequate foundation support. Adobe soils the structure is built on are likely contributing to the problem also.

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Rebekahs open country store

Elberta Rebekah Lodge members have been busy getting ready for the AppleFest celebration in Cedaredge.

There will be a good old-fashioned yard sale on Friday, Oct. 2, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The country store will be open on Saturday, Oct. 3, also from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Report details cause, effect of Grand Mesa landslide

On the evening of May 25, 2014, the longest landslide in Colorado's historical record tumbled down the West Salt Creek drainage on Grand Mesa, overtopped two adjacent ridges, and buried three men: Wes Hawkins, Clancy Nichols and Danny Nichols. The men were investigating irrigation disruptions and safety hazards from smaller slides earlier in the day.

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Cedaredge works on water storage

Cedaredge public works department crews have been laboring to repair some of the town's Grand Mesa Reservoirs that have sustained various kinds of damage over years, making them unsuitable for holding water.

According to town officials speaking at a recent budget workshop, the Governor's office is compiling a list of abandoned reservoirs.

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CHS band wins in Grand Junction
CHS band wins in Grand Junction

During halftime of the first home football game on Sept. 4, the CHS Marching Band played music up to the bleachers completely filled with fans from the community. Its season began in the heat of July, and now competition season begins to heat up.

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Pioneer Town plays host to Ferraris tour
Pioneer Town plays host to Ferraris tour

The volunteers at Pioneer Town put the community's best foot forward and served as perfect hosts to a group of car club members on their fall color tour last week.

This area's scenic vistas are being discovered by an increasing number of tour groups driving in their specialty cars or riding their thundering motorcycles across the Grand Mesa.

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Shop the Local Row at AppleFest

A feature of AppleFest intended to attract local crafters and artisans is "Local Row." Local enterprises, organizations and individuals will stretch between about the chamber office and Grand Mesa Drive on both sides of West Main. A recent count showed over 40 local vendor booths signed up. All will be displaying a special apple crate logo.

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Tickets available for Golden Gala

Tickets are on sale at the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce for the Friday, Oct. 2, Golden Gala, one of the great social events of the year for Cedaredge.

The 23rd annual event will be held from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Community Civic Center.

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Field trip offers kids a wilderness experience
Field trip offers kids a wilderness experience

"It couldn't have happened on a nicer day," said Paul Kimpling, the U.S. Forest Service Youth Conservation Corps leader with the Paonia Ranger District, while dozens of North Fork area fourth-grade students explored the Lost Lake area of Kebler Pass. The weather was perfect, and the trees were at their peak of color.

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VFW, Scouts retire flags
VFW, Scouts retire flags

Saturday, Sept. 26, members of VFW Post 3571 and its Auxiliary honorably retired 50 U.S. flags at Fort Uncompahgre. Post commander David Rowland and Auxiliary president Jennifer Wright explained the process of flag retirement to the invited guests -- nearly 60 Scouts, their leaders and their parents.

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Good vibrations!
Good vibrations!

When it comes to music, David Alderdice wants his students to say "yes" to opportunity.

A world-class percussionist and session drummer, Alderdice has collaborated with musicians from throughout the world.

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Bruins roll on in volleyball
Bruins roll on in volleyball

The Cedaredge Bruins are keeping pace with Paonia in a tight 2A/1A WSL volleyball race. Paonia is shown on top of the league standings with a 4-0 league mark and 7-0 overall. The Bruins are second at 4-0 and 7-3. The two teams are set to meet on Oct. 1 at Cedaredge High School at 6 p.m.

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Hotchkiss VB shows improvement; Paonia keeps winning ways
Hotchkiss VB shows improvement; Paonia keeps winning ways

The old Hotchkiss versus Paonia rivalry was rekindled in high school volleyball last Tuesday night in a match in Paonia's gym.

While the veteran Eagles showed they are still the top team in the region, Hotchkiss demonstrated solid teamwork, a strong team attitude and proved that the young Bulldogs are getting better every match.

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Delta Police Chief retires
Delta Police Chief retires

After being on paid administrative leave since late August, Robert Thomas, chief of police, and the City of Delta have jointly announced his retirement.

"It has been an honor and privilege to have served the City of Delta," Thomas said in a press release.

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