On Dec. 2, officers of the Delta Police Department responded to a report of an assault. Officers spoke with a 64-year-old male with a bleeding injury on his neck.
Intern: Wade Barnard, Cedaredge High School
Sponsor: Steve Barnard, All American Concrete
Wade had the privilege to intern at All American Concrete with Steve Barnard. Here he learned the essential skills required to be successful in this line of business.
This year's Colorado State Track and Field Championships concluded last Saturday with Cedaredge High School's boys track team just short of a third straight team title in the 2A division. Resurrection Christian was the 2018 boys champions with 63 points while the Bruins and Lyons tied for second with 58 points.
The Hotchkiss boys had their best showing in recent years at the state track meet, placing in the top five in three events and scoring 43 points to place fifth overall in Class 2A.
The last time the boys did this good was in 2013 when both teams placed third, said head coach Kelly Cowan.
The Paonia girls medaled in 10 events and scored 41 points to place sixth at the Colorado High School Activities Association State Track and Field Meet.
After placing 16th as a freshman, third as a sophomore, and second as a junior, Mckenna Palmer won the triple jump.
Third graders in Mrs. Cumins' class at Garnet Mesa Elementary wrote heartfelt letters of thanks to our fallen heroes laid to rest at the Omaha Beach American Cemetery and Memorial in Colleville-sur-Mer, France.
An overflowing stadium, an excited buzz in the air, and blue and gold robes fluttering in the breeze are signs of a traditional Olathe High School graduation. The Class of 2018 walked out onto Wilson Field on Sunday, May 20, greeted by family and friends as the school band played "Pomp and Circumstance" until all the graduates were seated.
At Monday night's commencement exercises, 41 eaglets officially left the nest that is Paonia High School. During their four years, the class of 2018 collectively had higher than average SAT scores, participated in all-state choir and band, broke sports records, won numerous titles, built and installed a solar energy system, and won the hearts of their community.
Peace Circle awarded $1,000 scholarships to six outstanding HHS seniors, hosting the scholars and their family members at a luncheon in the Hotchkiss Community United Methodist Church.
The Ute Trails Car Club held its annual car show at Zack's BBQ Saturday, May 12 -- one of many activities taking place in Hotchkiss on Mother's Day weekend. A portion of the proceeds funds scholarships for graduating seniors.
Vision Charter Academy celebrated learning and individualism at its annual showcases and talent shows. The Delta/Surface Creek event was held at Delta High on April 26 and the North Fork event was held on the VCA Paonia campus on May 3.
When Norman Smith decided to try his hand at composing, he didn't mess around. While in high school, he attempted to write an entire Mass and he admits it was just terrible!
This is the story of how a carpenter who lived 2,000 years ago transformed a present day forester into a devoted follower. Years ago, when Nicholas "Nick" Greear was a rebellious teen, he walked away from his nominal Christian upbringing.
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