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Last Tuesday evening, Howard and Barbara Garland were seated at the dining table in their North Delta home when they heard a loud crash. The wind had torn loose a large limb from a huge cottonwood tree in their yard.

Monks bless the water at Paonia River Park

On Saturday morning, the Tibetan Monks of the Deprung Loseling Monastery in India stood on the banks of the North Fork of the Gunnison River and prayed for protection of its waters. While they chanted and prayed, toddlers pla...

Centenarian's secret to longevity: Black coffee and a positive attitude

"Every day is a good day -- you just need to get up, put both feet flat on the floor and take off like an old quarterhorse."Those are the words of Howard Dean, who is approaching his 100th birthday with a can-do attitude that...

Learning the art of self control

There are five secrets of Japanese Goju Ryu karate: Move quickly; have a sound, calm mind; be light in body; have a clever mind; and master the basics. All of those meld together to form two very basic components of the art a...

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Grand marshals 'blessed' to call Delta home  30 views

Grand marshals 'blessed' to call Delta home

Newlyweds Bob and Arlene McGarvin arrived in Delta fresh out of college in the fall of 1958. In the intervening years, they have contributed greatly to the community, earning the beloved couple recognition as the Deltarado Days parade grand marshals.

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Merger won't affect services of First State Bank of Colorado  29 views

Operations at the First State Bank of Colorado locations in Hotchkiss, Delta, Paonia and Crawford will continue uninterrupted, following the announcement of the bank's parent company with TIG Bancorp.

Customer Bancorp, the holding company for First State Bank of Colorado, announced last week it has entered into an agreement to merge into TIG Bancorp, a newly formed Colorado-based bank holding company.

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Celebrate Delta's rich agricultural heritage  28 views

The annual farmer-rancher luncheon this Thursday kicks off four days of Deltarado Days festivities.

Deltarado Days was first observed in 1935 as a harvest celebration. Years later, we still come together to celebrate our rich agricultural and ranching heritage!

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