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Masons award scholarships
Masons award scholarships

Cedaredge High School students Tory Wilson and Gus Sandels received scholarships from Eckert Masonic Lodge #136 AF&AM at the school's scholarship awards banquet May 23.

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Masonic awards
Masonic awards

During the Paonia High School senior scholarship awards ceremony May 11, Doug Cline, master of Paonia Masonic Lodge, presented a vocational scholarship from the Colorado Masons Benevolent Fund Association to Alexis Triantos.

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Lions awards
Lions awards

This year's Lions Club memorial scholarships were presented to PHS students Blake Benson and Kelsey Stroud.

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Peace Circle awards scholarships
Peace Circle awards scholarships

Peace Circle has awarded $1,000 scholarships to six Hotchkiss-area graduating seniors.

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Hospital volunteers award scholarships
Hospital volunteers award scholarships

Each year the Delta County Memorial Hospital Volunteers accept scholarship applications from Delta County area high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a health related career.

This year $3,500 in scholarships were awarded to Shelby Wilson, Simon Driver and Haley Park.

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BEST grant awarded for DMS construction

Delta County Joint School District #50 has received preliminary notice of a $10 million BEST (Building Excellent Schools Today) grant to be used for replacement of the sixth grade wing and the cafeteria at Delta Middle School. Other improvements are geared toward student and staff safety.

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A big day for PHS grads
A big day for PHS grads

In light of the two-day weather delay of the 2017 state track meet, the Colorado High School Activities Association held a special graduation ceremony Sunday morning for all athletes who missed their graduation ceremonies at home.

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CHS Class of 2017 graduates with 62
CHS Class of 2017 graduates with 62

The Cedaredge High School Class of 2017 officially graduated 62 class members during commencement ceremonies at the school on Sunday afternoon.

Two of the 62 class members listed on the official program were designated as honorary graduates.

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Seniors are shown support with scholarships

Local businesses, organizations, and individuals stepped up along side of national organizations and displayed their support for the community's youth and its future on May 16. Over $380,000 in scholarship assistance for CHS graduating seniors was presented during the school's annual senior awards banquet.

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Outstanding juniors

At the Paonia High School senior scholarship awards ceremony May 11, Linda Osborn, representing the Paonia Eastern Star Chapter, presented the Outstanding Junior Girl Award to McKenna Palmer.

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Hellman's awards FFA scholarships

Thanks to the generous support of sponsors/donors, 1,883 scholarships were awarded through the National FFA organization's scholarship program.

Local Build Ford Tough recipients include Tory Wilson, Cedaredge High School; Alexeea Wilson, Cedaredge High School; and Lacey Rodriguez, Hotchkiss High School.

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Lincoln takes learning outdoors

Lincoln Elementary School is partnering with local donors to implement an outdoor learning lab at the school on Hastings Street.

Opportunities are being created for students in grades K-5 to explore not only science, math and technology, but also reading, language arts, art, music and social studies.

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Olathe High School awards 76 diplomas

Friends and family crowded Wilson Field Sunday, May 21, under bright blue skies and golden sun to watch as the 76 members of the Class of 2017 at Olathe High School received their diplomas.

Head boy Justin Mosher welcomed everyone to the ceremony, noting appreciation for the support from the community for all school activities.

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DHS Class of 2017: Believe, achieve, succeed

Believe, succeed, achieve! This motto has been ingrained into the minds of Delta High School's Class of 2017 since middle school, and that is what they have done. They believed they could succeed in academics, athletics and other extracurricular activities, which led them to many honors.

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PHS hosts unique graduation ceremony

The graduates of Paonia High School's Class of 2017 finish what they start, excel in all they do and they stand out like no other class -- so it's only fitting they should have an entirely distinctive graduation ceremony. With those words -- and the announcement that the Paonia girls had just won their fifth consecutive state track title -- assistant principal Karla Head welcomed friends and family members to the graduation celebration Sunday afternoon.

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HHS graduates are ready for the future

Though small in number, the graduates of Hotchkiss High School garnered $533,404 in scholarships. As the graduates crossed the stage to receive their diplomas, those scholarships and each student's career plans were read aloud.

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An unusual setting for  Pomp and Circumstance
An unusual setting for Pomp and Circumstance

In light of the two-day weather delay of the 2017 state track meet, the Colorado High School Activities Association held a special graduation ceremony Sunday morning, May 21, for all athletes who missed their graduation ceremonies at home.

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High school students to share air quality research

Since January, nearly 150 Delta County high schoolers have been conducting hands-on air quality research, thanks to a partnership between the University of Colorado Boulder and four local high schools.

The public is invited to view Delta High School student projects on Tuesday, May 23, at an Air Quality InQuiry (AQ-IQ) Science Symposium.

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School district to move headquarters

Delta County Joint School District #50 is planning to move its headquarters from Read to the former Bank of Colorado building at the corner of 4th & Palmer in Delta.

The school board voted 4-1 to enter into a lease-purchase agreement with the bank contingent upon a building inspection.

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Kathleen Wheeler Scholarship awarded
Kathleen Wheeler Scholarship awarded

Hotchkiss High School senior Joseph Nathaniel Nault, the son of Jessica Thomas-Houg, has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the Kathleen Wheeler Memorial Scholarship. He is planning to attend Colorado Mesa University at Grand Junction to study culinary arts.

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Ashby receives Betty Wolverton Scholarship
Ashby receives Betty Wolverton Scholarship

Hotchkiss High School senior Dylan Jacob Ashby, son of Jalce Ashby, has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the Betty Wolverton Scholarship. He is planning to go to college to become a veterinarian.

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Pinnacol scholarship applications due April 15

The Pinnacol Foundation is accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year. The foundation provides scholarships to children whose parents have been injured or killed in work-related accidents, regardless of insurance carrier. The application deadline is April 15.

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VFW honors student essay writers
VFW honors student essay writers

Lee Marts Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) Post 3571 and its auxiliary recently hosted the District 11 VFW and auxiliary quarterly meeting in Delta. One of the highlights of the meeting was a banquet luncheon honoring the winning students of the Voice of Democracy and Patriots Pen programs from District 11.

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VCA students sharpen their test-taking skills

Over the past three weeks, nearly 100 Vision Charter Academy (VCA) learners, across three campuses, have participated in Test Prep Winter Carnivals hosted by the VCA staff and Vanguard Parent Association. Through the course of the event, learners rotated stations sharpening skills for the upcoming CMAS, SAT and Dibels tests this spring.

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Procrastinators weigh their options at college, job fair
Procrastinators weigh their options at college, job fair

Graduation is just three months away, but some Delta High School seniors are still undecided about post-graduation plans. To provide direction, DHS hosted a "Procrastinator's Fair" that featured six four-year and vocational colleges, as well as the opportunity to explore careers in the military, mechanics, health, emergency services, engineering, construction trades and more.

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