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Several families received coats from the Glenwood Medical Associates coat drive at Catholic Charities on Nov. 11.Thank you to all who made it possible.

The New Castle Sharks United U14 boys competitive soccer team defeated the Basalt Black Toast team 4-1 recently to end their season 9-0, undefeated in the Western Slope Soccer League. Defensively, the Sharks only allowed a total of two goals all season, which were made on direct kick penalties.

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