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Sports

Bruin girls lose first hardwood contest

The old adage, "on any given day" rings true at all levels of sporting venues. Cedaredge High School has cruised through much of its schedule with a great deal of success.

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Bruin wrestlers finish second at Melton meet

Cedaredge scored 187 points to place second Saturday at the Butch Melton Invitational at Ignacio High School. At 113 pounds, freshman Adrian Nieto was one of four Bruins wrestlers to go undefeated.

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Delta girls win, boys split

Delta's girls are on a four-game winning streak and have improved to 10-3 overall and 5-0 in 3A WSL play. The Panthers' earned wins over Coal Ridge, 63-51, on Friday and powered past Olathe, 46-28 last Saturday.

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Panthers win Delta swim meet Jan. 27

Delta won its final home swim meet on Jan. 27. The Panthers earned 434 points to outswim Moffat County (380) and Cortez (21).

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Paonia 2nd at Classic; outduals Rocky Ford
Paonia 2nd at Classic; outduals Rocky Ford

In their final tournament of the regulation season, the Paonia Eagles scored 174 points to place third at the annual Valley Classic tournament at Center High School. With the state tournament less than three weeks away, Paonia is in third place in Class 2A On the Mat rankings.

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Imagination takes flight
Imagination takes flight

Stepping into Annette Murry's face painting booth is like stepping into a shaded forest woodland populated by fairies, nymphs and other fanciful creatures.

Most festivals, fairs and kids' gathering generally have at least one face painting booth. What sets Annette apart is the attention to detail she puts into creating a fantasyland where imagination takes flight.

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North Fork

Using fire to battle mosquitoes in the North Fork

For North Fork Mosquito Abatement District operations manager Chris Tschinkel, it's never too early to start battling mosquitoes.

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Surface Creek

Residents reminded: 'Don't feed the deer'
Residents reminded: 'Don't feed the deer'

Cody Purcell was busy last week. Purcell, the district wildlife manager for Colorado Parks & Wildlife was in Cedaredge going door to door to remind well-meaning town dwellers to stop feeding wild deer. Due to concerns raised by residents adjacent to the golf course, he concentrated his efforts there -- talking to homeowners and distributing flyers.

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