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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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Senior center closures announced  78 views

Due to the Labor Day holiday on Monday, Sept. 5, no meals will be served at the four Delta County senior center meal sites in Delta, Cedaredge, Hotchkiss and Paonia; and Olathe in Montrose County. There will also be no Meals On Wheels deliveries that day.

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Connecting kids to nature  66 views

Connecting kids to nature

In a recent survey of Delta County and Olathe area students ages 4-18, out of almost 30 outdoor activities, archery was identified as being the one they would most like to try.

The more than 3,700 students, along with 235 adults who participated in the survey, also identified a lack of time, of access to equipment and money as the biggest obstacles between them and trying new outdoor activities.

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Delta man held at gunpoint, knifepoint in 'bad drug deal'  62 views

A Delta man who was ordered, at gunpoint, to give a ride to his two attackers instead sped away in search of help shortly before midnight Aug. 8.

The 58-year-old North Delta resident was spotted speeding south on Main Street and was pulled over by DPD Officer Everett Neil after he blew through a red light at the intersection of Highway 50 and 92.

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