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Relay For Life nears $30,000 mark

Thirteen teams took to the Delta High School track Friday night to raise funds for the American Cancer Society by participating in the annual Relay For Life. By the time the sun peeked over the horizon Saturday morning, the 1...

Grant funds trail maintenance

Thunder Mountain Wheelers has been awarded a grant for maintenance and construction of trails on U.S. Forest Service lands that are not only enjoyed by four-wheelers, but also hikers, bikers, equestrians, snowshoers and cross...

Two find bond in downed pilot's heroism

Over many years of supporting America's service personnel and veterans, Cathy Meskel of Cedaredge has experienced numerous moments of emotional connectedness with the country's war fighters and their families.

A tasty way to support Pioneer Town

There was a great turnout for the Ice Cream Social that was held Saturday, July 25, at Pioneer Town in Cedaredge. Estimates of the number of participants to the annual fundraising event was between 280 and 300.

A celebration six years in the making

Last Friday, more than 75 people gathered in celebration of the million-dollar, six-year renovation and restoration project of the Crawford School. Not long ago, the landmark building was considered for demolition.

Blue Sage announces changes

The Blue Sage Center for the Arts in Paonia has welcomed four new faces on board in recent months.

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New trail system opens

The Norwood Ranger District of the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests is announcing the opening of the new Thunder Trails System. The trails, located four miles south of the town of Norwood, offer more than 19 miles of single-track routes that are open for use by motorcycles, mountain bikes, hikers and horses.

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Tregarthen takes third at Special Olympics World Games

Coaching changes at Paonia, Hotchkiss

Alumni tourney draws 20 teams

River Bandits claim Men's SP tournament title, 15-13

CHS to host golf tournament


Rural health clinics need support, understanding

There are a lot of questions and concerns in regards to the North Fork clinics with the recent event of the clinics being "handed back to Drs. Hundley and Meilner." Everyone seems excited by this, but most people do not quite understand what it takes to run a clinic and why the hospital stepped in to begin with.

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David Justice deserves a medal, not prison

Fuel ethanol facts

Commissioners must remain vigilant

Renewable Fuel Standard is working

North Fork Valley is worth protecting

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