It’s Labor Day. As people celebrate the last weekend of summer, KVNF’s Julia Kumari Drapkin and the iSeeChange project takes a look back at how the timing of flowers this season has affected backyard gardens, backcountry ecology, and even people’s back pockets.
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Hotchkiss senior Cody Bartlett is far ahead of the pack as he nears the finish line at the 12th annual Hotchkiss Invitational cross country meet. Bartlett won the race in 18 minutes, 38 seconds. Credit: Tamie Meck.
More than 140 runners competed at the 12th annual Hotchkiss Cross Country meet last Saturday. KVNF’s Tamie Meck has this report.
The Hotchkiss girls team had 16 points for the win—securing the two best times of the day and placing four runners in the top 10. Montrose, led by Dana Shellhorn, placed second with 41 points. Paonia was third with 49 points.
The boys team also claimed the top two times to win the team title with 22 points. Second-place Palisade had 33 points, and Montrose was third with 42 points.
Amy Goodman will be speaking at the Paradise Theater in Paonia on Saturday, October 6 at 4:30pm. Amy Goodman is an award winning, internationally recognized journalist, syndicated columnist, investigative reporter and author. She is the host of the popular global news program "Democracy Now!" broadcasted daily on radio, TV and Internet. Proceeds benefit KVNF Radio and High Country News Magazine.
iSeeChange producer, Julia Kumari Drapkin, speaks with with local old timers Dallas and June Harding and others. Having lived and worked the land in the area for decades, they give us their observations on change in the area over time.
Hotchkiss senior running back Jacobe Galley carries for a first down on Sept. 7, against No. 1-ranked Buena Vista. Galley scored 26 points, including a 99-yard touchdown run on the opening kickoff of the second half.