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Parade grand marshal embodies ag tradition

Deltarado Days is an opportunity for area residents to come together to celebrate our rich agricultural and ranching heritage. This year's theme, "Hats Off to Agriculture," embraces that heritage, as does the selection of Vir...

Trees had to go, say Paonia town officials

About a dozen evergreen trees planted between Third Street and the decommissioned Paonia Water Treatment Plant several years ago were cut down last week to make way for a new water main installation approved in June by the to...

Citizens engage council about court, communication

The "public non-agenda items" portion of the Crawford Town Council's July 6 meeting made up most of the discussion. Crawford resident Carl Page exercised his First Amendment rights by presenting council with a petition opposi...

Chapel concerts giving great entertainment

The Chapel of the Cross summer concert series is providing music lovers with some of the best and unique entertainment ever, organizers say. The two performances last week are perfect examples of the kind of entertainment aud...

Beat the heat!

When Mother Nature turns up the heat, it's time for some family fun at an area lake. Fortunately for Delta County residents, the three state parks -- Crawford, Sweitzer and Paonia -- provide a boatload of options. From water ...

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State treasurer warns of fiscal dangers in Amendment 69  23 views

Walter Stapleton, Colorado state treasurer, met with a small group of business people Monday, July 18, to discuss the fiscal dangers in passing Amendment 69 in the Nov. 8 election.

The luncheon meeting was sponsored by the Delta Area Chamber of Commerce and held at the Delta United Methodist fellowship hall.

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Centennial celebration at Pipher homestead  17 views

Centennial celebration at Pipher homestead

More than 150 people joined Luce Pipher and family July 23 for a centennial celebration of the Pipher homestead on Crystal Creek, south of Crawford.

Charles Herbert Pipher, aka Coyote Curley, of German descent, came to Crawford from Ohio in 1914 and homesteaded the original 160 acres beginning in 1916.

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Delta County Libraries welcomes newest hire  17 views

Delta County Libraries welcomes newest hire

I'd like to introduce our newest hire, our Communications and Outreach Administrator, Tracy Ihnot," Delta County Libraries district director Lea Hart declared at a recent meeting of the board of trustees. Welcoming words erupt from around the table, although they are mostly formalities, as Ihnot already knows many of the trustees and did not hesitate to introduce herself to the others before the meeting.

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