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Trail trials return Sept. 12

The Women's Surface Creek Saddle Club is conducting its biennial Trail Trials at the Mesa Top Trail on Sept. 12. This popular local trail riding event will be held at the Mesa Top Trail head on Grand Mesa.

Viewpoints differ on homeowners' view

Orchard City resident R. Allen Scheetz and the town's trustees took tentative steps toward resolving a conflict during the town board's meeting on Aug. 12.The trustee/Scheetz discussion was businesslike and at times pointed.

First responders honored for life-saving acts

If you ask his family members, friends, and co-workers at Zack's Bar-B-Q, they'll probably say that Larry Hicks is a one-in-a-million guy. Statistically speaking, he is one in nine.

School, mother at odds over daughter's enrollment

Angie Watson wants her daughter to have a chance at a normal life. Alexis Watson, 13, was born with a rare chromosome irregularity, 4p-11p maternity Trisomy, and communicates through simple words, gestures, and American Sign ...

Teens excel at national competition

An annual event offers the opportunity for teens across the country to join together as God made them, with different gifts and different passions, yet the same calling. The National Fine Arts Festival features inspirational ...

Trending Stories

Law enforcement blotter August 26, 2015  32 views

Levi W. Duncan, 27, of Grand Junction was arrested and jailed for alleged speeding 66 mph in a 45 mph zone and driving under the influence (DUI).

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Alpine Bank offers CMU scholarship  20 views

Alpine Bank is pleased to offer the Alpine Bank scholarship for students attending the Montrose CMU campus. The scholarship is open to part-time and full-time students with a 2.5 GPA or above.

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Skylyn Webb earns academic award  18 views

Skylyn Webb of Delta earned the 2014-15 Division 2 Athletics Directors Association (D2ADA) Academic Achievement Award recognition. Webb, a member of the Fort Lewis College Skyhawk women's basketball team, is majoring in exercise science - exercise physiology option.

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County to search for new planner  18 views

The county administration is working to enlist an interim county planner until a permanent planner can be hired.

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City offices close early  18 views

City of Delta offices will be closed Friday, Aug. 28, from noon to 5 p.m., for an employee appreciation event. Bill Heddles Recreation Center will also close at noon and remain closed until Saturday, Aug. 29, when regular operating hours resume.

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Sports

Bruins praised for play

Bruins praised for play

Following their weekend scrimmage games on Saturday, the DCI sports department contacted Cedaredge softball coach Matt Hall to get his impressions of his team's efforts.

The Bruins played three times and mixed their varsity and junior varsity players together in games in an effort to give all who made the trip a chance to get some game experience.

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Eric Goold new DCI sports writer

Bulldog cross-country team has will to win

Hotchkiss volleyball team young, dedicated

Prep tennis now in Paonia

Bruins solid in softball

Opinion

A passion for patients

My practice, Needlerock Family Health Care Clinic in Crawford, is open. My passion has been nursing and my dream for many years has been to serve as a practitioner in the North Fork Valley.

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Cedaredge reunion keeps the memories alive

School board candidate steps forward

Delta, Gunnison proposal offers a balance

Town of Paonia may have more important items to consider

A grateful and heartfelt thank you

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