In celebration of National Drug Court Month, Drug Free Delta County and Delta County's Treatment Courts hosted an open house on Monday, May 8, in Judge Steven Schultz's courtroom. Drug Free Delta County is a nonprofit organization that works alongside Delta County's Treatment Courts, providing services to clients of both the Adult and Family Treatment Courts.
Dana Brock, president of the American Legion Auxiliary, Swaskegame Unit 14 of Kingman, Ariz., travelled to Delta to thank Delta County folk who worked to further the auxiliary's various projects in support of veterans.
Delta County has jumped into the master planning process with the first of five community meetings aimed at discovering what is important to residents, and how and where we want to grow in the years to come. Over 75 people crowded into the Paonia Town Hall on Monday night to participate in a visioning and dreaming exercise, answering questions that will help the consulting team craft a master plan that reflects the values and desires of Delta County residents.
With some divisions showing some late movement in top 18 contestants for this year's state track meet in Lakewood, the actual list of participants may change as the week progresses.
Delta women's track team has battle all season long with some pleasant results.
A 12-game winning streak came to an agonizing halt last Saturday with a 20-17 loss to Valley in the Region 8 3A championship game. Many hope this year's adventure in Class 3A will be a common occurrence.
After traveling to the Western Slope regularly to fish at Crawford Reservoir, Dee Brown and her husband Joe decided Delta County would be a great place to retire.
Although the move became a reality 10 years ago, Dee has yet to kick back and relax.
Gay was a person who rarely revealed her inner thoughts. Yes, she lived her life by maxims she freely expressed, like, "Where there's a will, there's a way ... you just have to find it!" but often nothing deeper.
With the exception of a little wind, the weather couldn't have been more cooperative for the 14th annual Hotchkiss Sheep Camp Stock Dog Trials. The three-day event drew some 75 dog/handler teams, and some of the biggest crowds in recent history.
A fun local tradition that has been part of the Surface Creek Valley community now in its 59th year is coming to the Surface Creek Saddle Club arena this week end.
The 59th Western Slope Little Britches rodeo stands as a tribute to this area's dedication to family, to preserving a living heritage of the American West, and to youth.
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