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Showing 6 articles from October 30, 2018.


Forest supervisor leaves GMUG for Oregon position

The Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison (GMUG) National Forests announces the departure of forest supervisor Scott Armentrout. He departs the GMUG having accepted a position for the Department of Energy in Portland, Ore. His last day of work was Oct. 22.



Delta football team heading to 2A State

All that was at stake last Friday night when Delta's Panthers and the Titans of Coal Ridge met on the gridiron in Delta, was a state playoff berth in Class 2A.

Delta wanted to make the most of the opportunity to make the cut and proceeded to ensure a good look from the selection committee with a dominating 47-6 win.

Delta nets soccer win

Delta's Panthers wanted, and needed, a big win last week in the opening round of the Class 3A State Soccer Championships. The Panthers earned a hosting role after finishing the regular season with a second-place finish in the 3A WSL race with a 5-2 league mark an 11-3-1 overall record which translated into an No. 6 seed.

Hotchkiss gridders end season on loss

The Hotchkiss Bulldogs ended the conference season with a 40-7 loss to the top-ranked Meeker Cowboys Friday night at Bulldog Stadium. Junior Jace Peebles had 16 carries for 74 yards and one fourth-quarter touchdown and Jacob Palecki made three receptions for 52 yards.


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Halloween hauntings
Halloween hauntings

Shrieks and screams fill the air as Amanda Meredith leads youngsters through the haunted house she creates in the driveway of her home every year. The startled cries never fail to bring a smile to her face -- not because she's got a twisted sense of humor, but because her hard work has paid off. Her haunted house is again the most popular stop in Hotchkiss.


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Lions check kids' eyesight

Last week members of the Surface Creek Lions Club checked the eyesight of students from Little Sprouts Community Preschool and the Backpack Early Learning Academy. With parental permission, preschoolers sat attentively and looked into the "face" of an ingenious non-invasive screening device.

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