Lee Marts Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3571 and its Auxiliary recently honored the hometown heroes of the Delta area with an awards dinner to celebrate Loyalty Day.
For the third consecutive year -- and to the delight of physics teacher Ben Magtutu -- AP Physics 2 students from Delta High School were able to launch a high altitude balloon, then retrieve the payload when it touched down about 71 miles from the launch site, as the crow flies.
Maryposa Bermudez, a kindergartner at Vision Charter Academy and a student of Cristen Chermak, was named one of 14 winners in a calendar contest sponsored by Economic Literacy Colorado and the Denver Branch of the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank.
Athousand miles southeast of Cedaredge, nestled deep in the Ozarks, resides the city of Fayetteville, Ark. Surrounded by mountains and forests, the people there are endowed with southern graces and they love the arts -- especially music.
May was a busy month for Elberta Rebekah Lodge #106. On May 15, Carolynn Andersen and Becky Lane attended the awards banquet for Cedaredge High School graduating seniors. On behalf of the lodge, Anderson awarded $500 to Ty Grant.
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