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Surface Creek activities to close out August

A number of special events in Surface Creek Valley will close out the final two weeks of August and usher in the annual late summer and autumn months of grand western Colorado weather.On Thursday, Aug. 18, from 5 to 8 p.m. an...

Delta wins CHS golf meet

Delta High School's golf team is getting into the swing of things as a new prep season gets underway. With golf season getting an early start in prep sports, many teams have already participated in a meet or two.

For the moral good of the people. . .

Paonia United Methodist Church Pastor Steve Dunkel is a third-generation coal miner, but he's not from the North Fork area. He grew up in Creede. At age 26 he was called to serve the United Methodist Church, and a year ago he...

National health centers like River Valley are transforming health care

River Valley Family Health Center was proud to celebrate National Health Center Week Aug. 7-13.National Health Center Week is an annual celebration that gives health centers across the nation a chance to showcase their unique...

Crews begin clearing invasive Russian olives

About 20 AmeriCorps VISTA members are working with the Grand Junction-based Western Colorado Conservation Center over the next two weeks on a collaborative effort to clear Russian olive from the banks of the North Fork and Gu...

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Commissioners okay large tax abatement  537 views

County assessor Debbie Griffith got BoCC approval for a large tax abatement on a 1,267-acre parcel during the commissioners' meeting Monday, Aug. 15.

The abatement amount was $12,912. By state statute, Griffith explained, any property tax abatement over $10,000 needs BoCC approval before being sent to the state for additional approval.

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Law enforcement blotter August 17, 2016  435 views

Aug. 3:

Quinn C. Williams, 31, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $500 bond.

Aug. 8:

Hoyte G. Williams, 85, of Grand Junction was issued a ticket for alleged failure to yield right of way at a stop sign after being involved in a two-vehicle crash on Confluence Drive at W. 5th Street.

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Court affirms Delta's right to compete with DMEA  378 views

The Colorado Court of Appeals has upheld a district court decision, affirming the City of Delta's right to provide electrical services in territory previously served by Delta-Montrose Electric Association.

The issue arose in September 2012, when Maverik contacted DMEA about plans to build a convenience store at the corner of Highway 50 and Highway 92.

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