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Summer baseball big for Cedaredge diamond crew

With the recent prep baseball season still fresh on the minds of Cedaredge High School's baseball team, Bruins' coach Terry Montoya scheduled a busy summer program which began in late May (29th) in Fruita.The Bruins finished ...

Brushmasters Getaway returns to Paonia

About 50 pinstripe artists, sign painters and airbrush artists came from as far away as Ireland and Australia to attend the third annual Brushmasters Getaway at Wisehart Springs in Paonia. "We're just here to learn about lett...

Farm program connects kids with local food

Through the Delta County Farm to School Program, learning is continuing through the summer, with lessons on gardening, agriculture, and health and wellness.Program coordinator Angela Flores said classes are open to all studen...

What's bugging you? June 19, 2019

This spring I looked out my window and to my dismay I noticed many brown terminals on one of my two pinyon trees. Now this might not sound like a big deal to you but remember, I am an entomologist and insects are never suppos...

OC tackles infrastructure

Orchard City is set on fixing its aging infrastructure, and the Kaiser Road waterline project is one currently underway.A few years ago, the OC water committee began discussing infrastructure projects.

Register for summer reading... it's fun and free!

Hundreds of Delta County kids have already registered for the 2019 Summer Reading Program "A Universe of Stories." "Our kick-off parties the week of June 3 were very well-attended," says Lea Hart, district director of Delta C...

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Tri-State consideration worries DMEA  557 views

Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association may take steps to become rate-regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, a move Montrose's local power cooperative views with skepticism.

If the wholesaler from which Delta-Montrose Electric Association purchases most of its power does become FERC rate-regulated, it would no longer fall under Colorado Public Utilities rate control, DMEA's chief operating officer Virginia Harman said last week.

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Brushmasters Getaway returns to Paonia

Brushmasters Getaway returns to Paonia  456 views

About 50 pinstripe artists, sign painters and airbrush artists came from as far away as Ireland and Australia to attend the third annual Brushmasters Getaway at Wisehart Springs in Paonia.

"We're just here to learn about lettering and meet other artists and make connections," said artist and co-organizer Taylor Nagel, who traveled from Michigan to attend the getaway.

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Water planning in western Colorado  444 views

By now, it's old news that the Colorado River ­-- notwithstanding the current abundant water year ­-- is generally shrinking, and is expected to shrink more in coming decades. The states that share the river completed a drought plan earlier this year that brings them closer to living within currently available supplies, and a new round of negotiations on long-term management of the river is due to begin next year.

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