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Delta, Paonia battle on field
Delta, Paonia battle on field

Following two wins and a loss last week, Delta High School's baseball team is 4-3 on the season. The Panthers are 1-0 in 3A WSL action and lead the league standings with Gunnison (4-1, 1-0), Basalt (1-1, 1-0), Olathe (0-6, 0-1) and Roaring Fork (0-3, 0-1) rounding out the top five.

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Paonia girls second at Hotchkiss Invitational
Paonia girls second at Hotchkiss Invitational

The Paonia girls won three events and scored 88 points to finish second at the Hotchkiss Invitational. Montrose won the meet with 146 points.

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School Zone

Consistency, hard work brings honors to PES

Paonia Elementary School learned in February that it had received the Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award, based on 2016 school year assessment scores in math, science, and English language arts (SLA). While other schools in the district and across the state also earned the distinction, this was the sixth consecutive year PES has demonstrated "exceptional student growth."

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Curmudgeon and the Crone
Curmudgeon and the Crone

A curmudgeon is defined as a crusty, ill-tempered, and usually old man. Although retired, Rick Smith is not elderly, nor does he seem to be ill-tempered.

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Obituaries

Betty (Griffith) Kading

Betty (Griffith) Kading passed away peacefully on March 22, 2017, at Colorow Care Center, Olathe, surrounded by her family.

Betty was born on July 10, 1921, in Cory at her parents' home.

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North Fork

The Learning Council supports 'Arts for All'
The Learning Council supports 'Arts for All'

Despite their proven benefits, arts offerings in primary and secondary schools across the country are trending downward. Studies conducted by the Arts Education Partnership (AEP) and others that show a strong connection between arts learning and student achievement and success.

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Surface Creek

Plants of the Western Slope March 29, 2017

There's still plenty of snow on Grand Mesa and Craig Crest is still a brilliant white. How I long for summer!

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