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  1. Rams and Buffs split Tuesday double-headerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Journal-Advocate

    Caliche senior Cade County hits an opposite-field single during a game earlier this season. County was 3-for-5 with an RBI in the Buffaloes' 10-9 win in Game One of Tuesday's double-header against Merino.

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  2. 3rd graders go behind-the-scenes at Sterling Regional MedCenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 24 | Journal-Advocate

    Third grade students from Merino put on scrubs and visited an operating room as part of their tour of Sterling Regional MedCenter Thursday. Peetz, Fleming and Caliche students also visited the hospital Thursday; Sterling students will tour the facility next week.

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  3. Wildcats maul MustangsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Journal-Advocate

    Fleming sophomore Jaxon King hits during a game against Merino earlier this season. King hit a combined three home runs and drove in seven RBI in the Wildcats' double-header against Prairie on Monday.

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  4. Western Daughters to butcher a whole hog at the Denver FleaRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Examiner.com

    On Saturday, co-owners Kate Kavanaugh and Josh Curtiss of Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe will bring a whole hog in for a live butcher demo. The hog comes from Cottonwood Creek Farms in Merino, CO where the Western Daughter team sources all of their pasture-raised pork.

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  5. Janice Dermer named Democrat of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Journal-Advocate

    ... of Northern Colorado. Her teaching career spanned 33 years; three years were spent in Sidney, Neb., and 30 in Merino, where she taught sixth grade, junior high and Title I. "Through the years she's been a strong supporter of local, state and ...

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  6. Rain doesn't stop Arbor Day celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Journal-Advocate

    Merino Elementary fifth grade students and their kindergarten buddies watch as a Canadian red berry tree is lowered into a hole at Pioneer Park during an Arbor Day celebration. City of Sterling Parks, Library and Recreation Director Wade Gandee, right, and parks crew members hold up thank you signs made by Merino Elementary students during the city's Arbor Day celebration.

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  7. Western Daughters to butcher a whole hog at the Denver FleaRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Examiner.com

    On Saturday, co-owners Kate Kavanaugh and Josh Curtiss of Western Daughters Butcher Shoppe will bring a whole hog in for a live butcher demo. The hog comes from Cottonwood Creek Farms in Merino, CO where the Western Daughter team sources all of their pasture-raised pork.

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  8. Curtain goes up on Merino High School murder mystery April 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 12 | Journal-Advocate

    Merino students, from left, Teryl Fenn, Quinn Tappy, Alijah Acosta, Alyssa Cheever, and Nick Vollmer rehearse for the upcoming production of "Madam's Been Murdered Tea Will be Late," by Pat Cook. The play opens Sunday at 2 p.m. Teryl Fenn as Matilda fences with Nick Vollmer as Bobby while Ace Conger as Inspector Milo looks in the Merino Drama production of "Madam's Been Murdered Tea Will be Late," The Merino High School Drama Department returns to the stage Sunday, April 19, with a production of "Madam's Been Murdered Tea Will be Late," by Pat Cook, produced by special arrangement from Eldridge Publishing Company.

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  9. Northeast Colorado Health Department honors public health excellence, dedication and artistic flairRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Journal-Advocate

    Northeast Colorado Health Department Public Heath Director Dr. Tony Cappello, right, and Melvin Bustos, environmental health manager, present a food safety award to Bobbi Reeve of Merino School. In conjunction with National Public Health Week, which is the first full week in April, the Northeast Colorado Health Department recently recognized several community members and facilities across northeast Colorado for their dedication to public health and excellence in food safety.

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  10. Logan County Commissioners approve Merino water treatment facilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Journal-Advocate

    The Logan County Commissioners gave the town of Merino the okay to move ahead with a water treatment facility during their business meeting Tuesday. Commissioners Rocky Samber and Dave Donaldson approved a resolution and application for a conditional use permit on behalf of the town of Merino for operation of a water treatment facility in the north 210 feet of the SW1/4 of the SW1/4 of Section 7, Township 6 North, Range 53 West of the 6th P.M., lying east of County Road 25 and containing 6.06 acres more or less.

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  11. Logan County Fair Board discusses prices for vendors, ticketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    ... Club, St. Anthony Parish and Fleming FFA - at $700, and the outdoor spot on the north end of the grandstands run by Merino School at $600. After some discussion, however, the board voted to set the price for the Peetz Lions and Fleming FFA stands at ...

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  12. Wiggins baseball nabs first winRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | Fort Morgan Times

    Last Saturday, the Wiggins Tigers baseball team sought their first win of the season, and had two opportunities to get it against the Merino Rams on the road. In game one, it would be the Rams who would get off to a fast start, as they shut down the Tigers in the top of the first and followed up with four runs in the bottom frame to grab an early lead.

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  13. There's no tying in baseballRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    Three lead changes, four ties, and the only one who walked away from Friday's baseball game between Merino and Fleming was Mother Nature. Due to PARCC testing in Fleming, first pitch got pushed back to a 5 p.m. start, while deep counts, long innings, and the early spring sunset all combined to suspend play between the Rams and Wildcats in the top of the seventh inning with the scored tied at 6-6.

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  14. Motor vehicle informationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    ... town communities require a Post Office Box if you live inside the city limits of that town. Example: Atwood, Iliff, Merino, Peetz, Crook and Fleming. If we don't have the Post Office Box then you will not receive the reminder renewal notice. ... 1 comment

  15. Merino named 2015 Healthy School ChampionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    More than 40 Colorado schools are being highlighted as some of the state's healthiest schools at The Colorado Education Initiative's 7th Annual Summit and Luncheon: Seeing is Believing on Friday, April 24, at the Sheraton Denver Downtown, 1550 Court Place, Denver. Among the schools that will be recognized is Merino Junior/Senior High School, which will receive a $300 prize.

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  16. Caliche and Merino combine for seven LPAA All-Conference playersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    Seven Logan County basketball players were honored by the Lower Platte League when the LPAA released its All-Conference lists last week. On the boys' side, Merino senior Connor Fiscus, who guided the Rams to their first regional tournament appearances in 11 years, and Caliche's starting backcourt of seniors Austin Yahn and Cole Kuskie, were all three selected 2015 LPAA All-Conference players.

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  17. Merino boys lose heartbreaker to HolyokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    Merino senior Connor Fiscus drives to the basket during a game against Akron earlier this season. Fiscus had a team-high 29 points in the Rams' 76-75 double-overtime loss to Holyoke on Saturday.

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  18. 26 projects entered at Northeast Colorado Regional Science FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    ... Science Fair, held Thursday at Northeastern Junior College. Approximately 26 students from Sterling High School, Merino Junior High and High School, Haxtun High School, Liberty High and Middle School and Wray High School competed in this year's ...

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  19. Merino kindergartners thank Home DepotRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    Maci Howard, a kindergartener at Merino Elementary, presents a picture of all the kindergartners in front of the new shade structure on the school's playground to Home Depot Store Manager Randy Champ, right, and sales associate Richard Bennett. Home Depot donated materials to help the school build the shade structure at cost.

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  20. Rams stun Yuma, win district third-place gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2015 | Journal-Advocate

    Merino sophomore Wyatt Barton drives to the basket against Yuma's Hadden Wilkins during Saturday's Class 2A District 2 Tournament third-place game against Yuma. Barton had four points in the Rams 55-49 win.

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