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CHSAA sets new registration plan

Beginning this fall, all Colorado high school coaches and athletes will be required to register with the Colorado High School Activities Association through an electronic platform.

CHSAA, the governing body of high school sports in the state, signed an exclusive statewide agreement with ArbiterSports to implement ArbiterAthlete across all 355 CHSAA member high schools.

Hotchkiss Booster Club hosts golf play

Nineteen teams represented the largest number of teams in the history of Hotchkiss' Booster Club 18 Hole Golf Scramble at Devil's Thumb on Saturday, July 14. There was plenty of sunshine and a few low scores as 76 players played for bragging rights and prizes.

Deltarado Days Golf Scramble July 29

Delta High School Alumni Association is sponsoring this year's Deltarado Days Golf Scramble hosted by Devil's Thumb Golf Club. Players will begin their quest for bragging rights and a variety of prizes July 29 with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. Sign-in begins at 8 a.m.

Third annual Bulldog Scramble on July 14

The Third Annual Bulldog Booster Club 18-Hole Golf Scramble will be hosted by Devil's Thumb Golf Club on Saturday, July 14.

Registration is set for 7:30 to 8:00 a.m. at the clubhouse with a shotgun start to begin play set for 9:00 a.m.

How Paonia's football field got its name
How Paonia's football field got its name

Did you know that the football field at Paonia Town Park actually has a name?

In a history of the field compiled by former town trustee David Bradford, in 1922, Violet M. and Harold C. Clark agreed to sell the parcel that would become Paonia Town Park to the town for $10,000.

Cedaredge Golf Course offers summer of fun

There has been a steady flow of golfers of all ages at Cedaredge Golf Course in an otherwise stressful time for new golf professional Erik Hansen and his wife Tara. As many know, the community of Cedaredge has been under a water restriction recently and the local golf course was not spared from the parching heat and winds of a nasty drought.

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