Congratulations to the Delta County 4-H members to qualified for the Colorado State Fair. Each project represents a great deal of hard work.
If you would like the opportunity to participate in the Colorado State Fair through the Delta County 4-H program, please contact Jackie Shea at 874-2198 or stop by the Delta Extension Office at 525 Dodge Street in Delta.
Gail and Gary Gibson penned the following summary to a great swim season for the Delta Barracudas.
"Swimming is Family," said Tom Whelan at the recent Delta Barracudas banquet which celebrated the end of a fantastic season.
Cedaredge High School enjoyed its season opener in softball with a 19-0 win over the visiting Aspen Skiers.
Brittany Kendall and Lacey Rodriguez combined efforts on the mound to produce a one-hit shutout.
Despite a 13-hit attack, Delta's Panthers could not contain the bats of Basalt in an 11-8 loss that took eight innings to complete.
Playing in its new Class 2A league, Delta was able to stymie the Longhorns for much of the game but didn't have enough offense to finish the deal.
Delta's Panthers played well enough to have won last Friday's football encounter with Durango, but a number of miscues prevented them from claiming their first win in 2016.
Three interceptions, one for a touchdown, helped doom the Panthers.
Doug and Joyce Smith of Hotchkiss will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with a renewal of vows at the Chapel of the Cross in Cedaredge Saturday, Sept. 3, at 6 p.m. Randy Wilmore of Paonia will officiate and Mychael Aguilar will provide music.
Learners enrolled at Vision Charter Academy (VCA) headed back to school on Aug. 31, where some new faces greeted them in the classroom. VCA, with campuses in Delta, Cedaredge and Paonia, serving the needs of K-12 learners in Delta, Montrose, Mesa and Gunnison counties, is excited to welcome several new teachers to its innovative and caring staff.
"Kids enjoy learning. They have a passion to learn about the world from its beginning.
The annual Cedaredge Party in the Park was enjoyed by an estimated 200 or more people on Saturday.
Balmy August weather set the scene this year for the community event that has a legitimate claim to title of "the valley's biggest community potluck event of the year."
The 2016 Chapel of the Cross Summer Concert Series ended on a high note Sunday.
The first ever "Open Mic Night" scheduled by the Chapel Music Committee brought out 10 performers who took their turns at the mic to provide a full evening of music and fun.
Lynn Miller of Cedaredge has decided to take a different path in life than others who might think their years of contributing to community are past.
Reaching a milestone in life that would signal others to take to their rocking chairs, Lynn decided instead at age 80 to take up watercolor painting.
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