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Adopt a healthier lifestyle with DCMH
Adopt a healthier lifestyle with DCMH

Are you frustrated with trying to get your weight under control? You are not alone.

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Annie Open: More than golf

Over 10 years ago, Annie Carlson was diagnosed with non hodgkins lymphoma. She underwent treatment and found herself over $100,000 in debt, even with health insurance.

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Ute Council Tree's roots run deep
Ute Council Tree's roots run deep

When the Ute Council Tree was a very small sapling, about 215 years ago, Thomas Jefferson was president of the United States. The strong and mighty Ute Indians roamed freely through the area that later became known as western Colorado. The Ute Council Tree provided a gathering place where tribal leaders could talk about important issues while children played in the shade of the tree.

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Sports

Hotchkiss CC opens season on Saturday

With a total of nine runners, Hotchkiss High School's cross country teams are small in numbers this year, but big on goals and enthusiasm for the coming season.

Hannah Hatheway is in her second season at Hotchkiss.

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Panther gridders lose 3-0 in OT at Durango
Panther gridders lose 3-0 in OT at Durango

A 21-20 loss a year ago had the Panthers thinking they could play even with a Durango team that returned a good portion of its team in 2017. Play well they did with the outcome not determined until an overtime period in Durango.

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Panthers' soccer team controls Cortez in 6-0 win at Cottonwood

A slight breeze warded off some of the heat at Cottonwood Field where Delta's Panthers swarmed all over the field on their way to a dominating 6-0 victory.

Sophomore Martin Corral, last year's leading scorer for Delta, continued his scoring prowess with a pair of goals in the win.

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Ute Council Tree
Ute Council Tree

Those who know trees, especially cottonwood trees, have said for years that it is "just a matter of time" when the Ute Council Tree gives up its last vestige of life in its limbs and succumbs eventually to the whims of nature. Such appears to have been the fate of this historic tree in 2017.

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Surface Creek

Cedaredge adds four buildings to registry

At its August meeting, the Cedaredge Town Board named four structures to the Cedaredge Historic Property Inventory. They are the Bolton residence at 380 W. Main Street, The Hawkins Barber Shop at 145 W. Main Street, Giradet's Feed Store at 235 W. Main Street and The Hawkins Maternity Home and residence at 213 SW 3rd.

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It was a great party in the park

Cedaredge's annual party in the park took place last Saturday, Aug. 19, with large attendance from the community.

"This event is always something that the people look forward to," said Mayor Gene Welch.

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