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Showing 8 articles from September 25, 2018.


Eagles' loss to Basalt boosts RPI ranking

In high school football, it's a rare game that ends in a good loss.

But in Friday night's 16-0 loss, their second loss of the season after two shutout wins and a season-opening 38-0 loss to Centauri, the Paonia Eagles received nothing but praise from the coaching staff.

Ethan Bartlett's sub 17-minute run sets new school record

Paonia senior Ethan Bartlett broke the 17-minute barrier to place fifth Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Anna Banana Invitational cross-country race at Snooks Bottom in Fruita.

Bartlett's time of 16 minutes, 52.55 seconds also broke the 2013 school record of 17:08.68 set by Jason Sturgis at the 2A Region 4 meet in Delta.

New Delta rotation works against Hotchkiss

Delta celebrated a 3-0, 25-20, 25-12, 25-18 win against Hotchkiss Thursday night, Sept. 20. While they were favored to win, they were also trying out a new rotation.

Paonia nets Homecoming volleyball win

The Paonia Eagles are now 5-4 overall and 3-1 in the 2A Western Slope League following their Homecoming volleyball win over Plateau Valley on Friday, Sept. 21. The final score was 3-1 (25-15, 25-21, 10-25, 25-23).



Tying the knot

Cedar Louise Wells and Jacob Henery Martin (on the left) were married July 28, 2018, at Blacktail Lodge in Kalispell, Mont. Alyssa Rose Wells and Heath Tanner Miller exchanged vows Oct. 7, 2017, on the Isle of Skye, Scotland.


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Garlic and grains
Garlic and grains

Today, garlic is a popular ingredient in cooking due to its strong smell and delicious taste. Throughout history, however, this herb's main use was for health and medicinal purposes.


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Music line-up features an eclectic assortment

Since 2001, the annual Mountain Harvest Festival has brought to the stage an eclectic assortment of handpicked local and regional musicians. Harry Harpoon will get the party started during the Chili Cookoff Friday in Paonia Town Park.

PES succeeds in winning Colorado Succeeds Prize

The entire Paonia Elementary School staff and student body sat on pins and needles for months before learning last Tuesday night, Sept. 18, that that they won the Colorado Succeeds Prize for Transformational Impact in an Elementary School. The $15,000 cash prize is considered one of the highest honors for the state's public schools and educators.

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