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Internships allow students to explore careers

When Billie Flonnes, a senior at Delta High School, walks into Yost Family Dentistry she isn't stopping by for a check-up or filling. She's there to work as part of the Delta County Schools high school internship program.

Paradise focus shifts to community collaboration

The Paradise Theatre has seen many changes in recent years. Now the non-profit community theatre is heading in a new direction that includes more collaborations and more community-focused events.

Delta High School's first All-American: wrestler Logan Church places 5th at nationals

After winning the Class 3A state heavyweight wrestling title in February, Delta High School senior Logan Church achieved another dream. Church became an All-American wrestler in March after placing fifth at the National High ...

Cedaredge-built kayak tackles the great lakes of Africa

For 20 years, Long Haul Folding Kayaks of Cedaredge has been building world class wood-framed kayaks. So when Ross Exler, a nationally-known adventurer and conservationist, envisioned his ambitious plan to kayak across the Af...

A community gathering place

Leadership, vision and courage -- that's what it took to elevate discussions about the replacement of Delta's aging swimming pool into the full-featured recreation center that opened 25 years ago, on March 27, 1993.

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Law enforcement blotter Apr. 18, 2018  66 views

Brandon L. Sadler, 36, of Delta was arrested and jailed on unlawful possession of a controlled substance schedule I, unlawful possession of a controlled substance schedule II, possession of drug paraphernalia, and theft.

A 17-year-old juvenile male of Cedaredge was issued a summons for careless driving.

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April 16-22 proclaimed Colorado Journalism Week  49 views

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper proclaimed April 16-22 as Colorado Journalism Week at the Colorado Press Association's annual convention in Colorado Springs on Friday.

With several hundred attending his keynote lunch remarks, Hickenlooper said it was a critical time to honor the work of journalists.

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Planning for drought and for drier future  47 views

Planning for drought and for drier future

Looking up at the Grand Mesa from Grand Junction in early April, it's good to see snow on its flanks. For too much of this past winter, they have been bare. Skiers felt the pain of the dry winter early; fish and ranchers will feel it this summer.

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