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Rio Grande Hospital seeks input on health survey

The Rio Grande Hospital is a 501(c)(3) organization and every three years has to reach out to the public for a health survey in order to keep their status as a non-profit organization.

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South Fork hosts Chili Cook-Off today

It is that time of year again where hunters gather in the area around South Fork and are looking forward to the annual Chili Cook-Off on Thursday, Oct. 11, 5 p.m. at the South Fork Fire Department.

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Annual chili cook-off heats up

Residents, hunters and contestants gathered at the South Fork Fire Department building on Thursday, Oct. 11 for the Annual South Fork Chili Cook-Off.

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RGPP hears about schools’ readiness to address adolescent suicide

At the monthly Rio Grande Prevention Partners (RGPP) Community Coalition meeting on Oct. 2, the coalition heard a presentation from Dr. Janessa Henninger, a faculty member of the Adams State University Counselor Education Department.

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Friends of South Fork hold quarterly meeting

The Friends of South Fork (FOSF) hosted their third quarter meeting in August at the Rio Grande Club and Resort.

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    Reading: It’s number one!

    I pointed out in my July column that teachers have many responsibilities. For example, understanding technology, suicide, depression, mental illness, bullying, drug use and provide sex education, and safe schools.

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    Penitente Canyon mountain bike race

    he fourth annual 12 Hours Penitence Race (12HOP) had a slightly smaller number of active participants than the 2017 event, but no lack of enthusiasm and record-breaking achievements in its time frame. Each lap of the contest is 17 miles, and for the first time in the race’s history the winners of the male duo category completed eight laps. That totals a distance of 136 miles in 11 hours, 45 minutes and 24 seconds over the rough territory.

  • Community

    ‘Rusty Z’ headed back to Creede

    Appearing for the second time, Hypnotic Comic “Rusty Z” will be at the Creede Community Center on Oct. 27. If you missed him the first time, you don’t want to miss it again.

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    Peace Education Program set

    This free PEP program will be presented at Wildwood Sounds, 850 Grande Avenue in Del Norte.

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