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Paonia welcomes high-speed connections

When Mike and Gretchen King moved to Paonia to start Revolution Brewing, they brought with them an unconventional business model based not so much on profit as on progressive ideas that support the community. It's worked well...

Paonia wins Montrose meet

Paonia's wrestling week began with a 53-22 victory in Olathe on Jan. 5. There were six forfeits in the match and 11 pins expediting the conclusion of this match.

Unexpected turns...

Sometimes life takes an unexpected turn that can change one's course forever. For Mark and Joei Malone, that unexpected turn happened two years ago on a road trip to explore the possibility of relocating from Summit County to...

It's official: Police chief takes oath

Luke Fedler promised to "keep Delta the safe and treasured community we have grown to expect," during a swearing-in ceremony Tuesday, Jan. 3.The ceremony took place during the first Delta City Council meeting of the year.

New Year's baby

William Andrew Gowen was expected at Christmas, but waited until Jan. 3, 2017, to come into the new year. Dr. Lewis and his daddy assisted with the birth, which clocked in at 9:55 p.m.

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Stormy Griffith charged by feds  232 views

As a trial date for Stormy and Stacy Griffith approaches in Delta District Court, Stormy Griffith has been placed in federal custody for many of the same charges levied in Delta County.

In Delta County, the Griffiths are charged with cultivation of marijuana (more than 30 plants);

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Supporting Alzheimer's caregivers  154 views

Crawford resident Jess Deegan wants caregivers of loved ones with Alzheimer's or dementia in Delta County to know that they are not alone.

Dr. Deegan facilitates the Dementia-Caregiver Support Groups in Hotchkiss, Surface Creek and Delta.

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County combats bias against grazing  116 views

Delta County Commissioners have released an official position on the BLM's proposed management prescriptions for the Gunnison sage grouse (GSG).

In general, the county's comments, based on extensive citations from scientific literature, seek to expose and correct a bias against livestock grazing seen in the BLM proposals.

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