Delta High School congratulates the following athletes for their academic success, as recognized by the Colorado High School Activities Association.
Juniors or seniors who maintained a GPA of 3.3 to 3.59 while participating in a CHSAA activity or sport received CHSAA Academic Honorable Mention:
The following Delta County student athletes, accompanied by their coach, were nominated to participate June 4-8 in the Colorado High School Coaches Association All State games at Adams State University. A showcase for senior athletes from across the state, participants are nominated by their respective leagues, which are then voted on by CHSCA member coaches.
Seven Hotchkiss Bulldog players received recognition for their performances this season on the baseball diamond.
Senior pitcher/outfielder Presley Pene was named to the all-state First Team by the Colorado High School Activities Association, infielder/pitcher Jamison Yanish was named all-state second team, and infielder/pitcher Marvin Guereque received all-state honorable mention.
For the second day in a row KC Carlson and Josh Applegate were members of the winning team in Saturday's 19th annual Delta Rotary Club Golf Tournament. This year's event was played at Devil's Thumb Golf Club.
Last week's golfing events included the 13-team Scramble for the Wall Golf Tournament, held at Devil's Thumb Golf Club on Friday, June 7.
Scores ranged from 56 to 79 for the wind-blown five-plus hour 18-hole scramble.
Tyler Schumacher, the Assistant Sports Coordinator at Bill Heddles Recreation Center, shared the list of winners from the recently completed annual Rockies Skills Challenge on June 5 at Confluence Community Fields.
Senior scholarship and academic award recipients at Hotchkiss High School include:
Due to delays in completion of engraving, the Paonia Town Park Coal Miner Revitalization Committee is rescheduling its dedication of the plaza memorial walls. from Memorial Day to the annual Cherry Days Festival scheduled for July 4-6.
Five local emergency medical responders were honored on Sunday, June 9 in Hotchkiss at an all crew barbecue held at the Hotchkiss Fairgrounds. The celebration was to honor North Fork Ambulance crew members who have reached five-year milestones with their service to the North Fork community.
Kelly Stewart, a 2010 graduate of Paonia High School, received her MD (doctor of medicine) from the University of Colorado School of Medicine on May 24.
Blues-rock guitar wizard, vocalist and songwriter Tinsley Ellis will give a free performance as part of The Mad Dog Summer Concert Series in Crawford at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 27.
Ceceilia Pieper, of Paonia has graduated from the University of Findlay.
Crawford's first town council meeting in June had a short agenda. Attendance was light as well, with only trustees and three members of the public present.
Pathogens and predators -- these are the primary threats to the thousands and thousands of fingerlings that are raised at the Hotchkiss National Fish Hatchery.
Craig Eaton has managed the facility since last August.
A Remote Area Medical Clinic (RAM) is coming to Paonia Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3 and 4 at the EnergyTech campus, 218 Fourth St., Paonia.
RAM is a national nonprofit established to provide free, quality healthcare services to the under-served and uninsured.
The North Fork Valley will be seeing an influx of visitors this week, June 12-14. About 350 will participate in the Rural Philanthropy Days (RPD). In addition, about 2,000 cyclists will begin arriving via McClure Pass for the Ride the Rockies (RTR) tour.
The 12th season of the highly anticipated Ridgway Concert Series kicks off on Independence Day. Eight fantastic bands will be presented over the course of four Thursday evenings in July.
On June 30, Olathe Bible Baptist Church, located at 112 Main Street in Olathe, will celebrate "God and Country Day." The celebration will begin at 10:30 a.m., and is intended to recognize and honor all veterans, current military, law enforcement, fire protection, first responders and community leaders.
Cedaredge resident Derral M. Lock died June 10, 2019, at Horizons Care Center in Eckert. He was 85.
Michael Eugene Ackerson of Montrose died suddenly at his home June 8, 2019. He was 66.
Delta resident Kim Eugene Rosenquist died May 28, 2019, at home. He was 71.
Donald Earl Redden Jr. died June 4, 2019, at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction. He was 48.
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