The Mad Hatter quilt ladies presented a trunk show for residents at Crossroads on Thursday morning, Nov. 10. Mad Hatters wore their signature "mad" hats as quilt stories and memories were exchanged between the Mad Hats and residents.
Delta's Panthers will have to settle for being one of the top four teams in Class 2A football in Colorado after falling, 21-14, to No. 6 Kent Denver last Saturday. The semifinal round game was played in Denver on a bright, sunny day on a field surrounded with snow.
No. 10 Delta stumbled on its first possession and punted the ball away after three plays.
Delta High School soccer coach Elaine Wood released the names of six Panthers who were selected to this year's All-Conference teams. Only 11 players from the 3A WSL were chosen for All-Conference First Team honors.
In the end, the Eagles just got worn out.
The football team from Paonia High School was up to the challenge but didn't have enough depth to beat an athletic and physical Strasburg team in the 1A state semifinals on Saturday.
The children of Ralph and Merna Fraser invite you to join them in celebrating 60 years of marriage. There will be an open house at Pea Green Hall on Saturday, Nov. 26, from 2 to 4 p.m.
Middle school can have a profound impact on young lives. As a teacher at Delta Middle School, Bret Hamilton has not only seen how adolescent lives are shaped by their experiences in and out of the classroom, he also recognizes the impact middle school had on his own life.
Warm, sunny days have been stretching far into the fall season this year and, for many Delta County residents, it is challenging to get in the holiday spirit with recent highs in the mid-60s. Despite the warm weather, the clock keeps ticking toward December, and calendars are already filling up with holiday parties, craft fairs, performances and parades.
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