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Five initiative petitions filed on Aug. 6 deadline

Secretary of state Wayne Williams announced Monday that five initiative petitions were turned in by the 3 p.m. deadline:

Initiative 97, setback requirement for oil and gas development,

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North Fork activist challenges BoCC to fire planning commission member

Lisa Niermann, president of North Fork Valley Community Rights Advocates (NFVCRA), presented a letter to Delta County Commissioners Doug Atchley, Mark Roeber and Don Suppes at their Aug. 6 meeting.

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Law enforcement blotter Aug. 8, 2018

Erric L. West, 23, of Delta was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct.

Bryan D. Dillie, 37, of Cedaredge was arrested on a warrant with a bond of $350.

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Reviews are online

Performance evaluations of Colorado appellate and trial court judges standing for retention in the 2018 general election are available online at www.ojpe.org.

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Encampment draws attention of health officials
Encampment draws attention of health officials

The sight is all too common in Delta County -- an older RV is parked in the middle of a parcel of land without access to water or a sewage disposal system. Some folks are just passing through; others seem to be more permanent, surrounding their residences with a growing collection of vehicles, outbuildings and, on occasion, trash and cast-off items.

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West Nile reported in Delta County

The first two human cases of West Nile virus in Colorado in 2018 have been reported in Weld and Delta counties. The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reminds people that preventing mosquito bites is the No. 1 way to avoid getting any mosquito-borne illness.

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Land swap appeals to Delta City Council

The City of Delta is exploring a possible land swap with Bill St. James, a move that would exchange park land on the north side of the Gunnison River for numerous parcels St. James owns on the south side of the river from Ute Street to the east.

The land swap will require voter approval, and to get the question on the November ballot, the wording must be finalized by the Sept. 4 council meeting.

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Resurrecting old insurance model may limit who gets covered and how well

A new health insurance option awaits consumers this fall. Proponents say it will offer lower premiums and relief from increasingly expensive Obamacare policies sold in the so-called individual market.

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Bearproof your home to protect bears
Bearproof your home to protect bears

As if bears weren't already known for their insatiable hunger, the end of summer triggers an instinctual need to pack on the pounds to prepare for the months of hibernation ahead. Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds everyone that this quest for calories, called hyperphagia, will send bears on an urgent search for food making it especially important to bearproof your homes and cars when in bear country.

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Christopher Ryan elected mayor pro-tem of Delta
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