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Showing 8 articles from January 16, 2018.


Recent hires bring DPD to full strength

The Delta Police Department is pleased to introduce two new officers. Kenneth Taylor and Kevan Arreola were hired in January 2018. Taylor is a resident of Delta; Arreola makes his home in Olathe.



Eagles squeeze out dual win over No. 1 Cedaredge

In a battle between the two top teams in Class 2A On the Mat rankings, No. 2 Paonia defeated No. 1 Cedaredge Thursday night, 39-33. Of the 13 matches wrestled, four were won by decision.

Vanvleets score wins in Snake River Pentathlon

Paonia High School alumna Ashley Vanvleet, a sophomore member of the Idaho State University Bengals track team, won her first title of the season. Vanvleet scored 3,413 points to win the pentathlon at the Snake River Open, held Jan. 12 and 13 in Pocatello, Idaho.



Capodices celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Joe and Dorinda Capodice of Austin will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Jan. 20.


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Traveling miles to improve smiles
Traveling miles to improve smiles

Jennifer Kendall has long dreamed of using her professional skills for a higher purpose. A certified dental hygienist, last October she realized her dream when she signed up for a dental mission trip with retired Paonia dentist Tom Hanel and wife Andrea.


North Fork

Red Hatters celebrate 'reduation' of Mollie Young

On Dec. 14 the Red Hat Hotchkiss Ladybugs chapter threw a party at the Old Mad Dog Cafe in Crawford. During the party, chapter members held a "reduation" ceremony, similar to a graduation, of Mollie Young from a Pink Hatter to a bonafide Red Hatter in honor of her turning 50.


Surface Creek

Declining cottonwoods come down

Three tall cottonwood trees had to be removed last week from the 500 block of Main Street in Cedaredge. TLC Tree Services was contracted to remove the trees, which owner/operator Jeffrey Haswell described as "in advanced decline" with a "die-back projecting high into the crowns."

One thousand cranes of happiness

Sunshine streams in through shop windows as a group of origami enthusiasts meet in downtown Cedaredge to drink coffee, socialize and fold squares of colorful paper into elegant cranes. Group members, who have named themselves "The Craniacs," gather for a morning of folding every Saturday in the front room of Stacy's on Main Street.

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