On Nov. 14 at approximately 6:15 p.m., officers of the Delta Police Department responded to Delta Ace Hardware, 121 Gunnison River Drive, for the reported theft of a chain saw.
Ace Hardware employees reported witnessing a Caucasian male enter the chain saw aisle, select a $1,129.99 chain saw and walk out the front door without paying for the item.
The artwork of Rosalie Clock is now on display at the Delta Senior Center, 247 Meeker Street.
Clock, a resident of Paonia, says, "It was a love affair of the heart ... that first art lesson.
As a kid, Kevin O'Brien remembers watching world-class runner Frank Shorter win the gold medal in the marathon at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany. "I just thought, anyone who runs marathons are, like, out of their minds," said O'Brien.
When Paonia potters Sam Brown and Tara Miller married in the mid-1980s, they imagined selling their handmade pottery and living a simple life. She was educated in literature, he had a background in zoology, natural resources and recreation, and they shared a desire to visit the world's great mountain regions.
On Nov. 17, the Cedaredge Police Department partnered with Blue Lives Matter to host a fun-filled day supporting local law enforcement.
The event included a Back the Blue 5k race/walk, which drew 65 registrants.
Approximately 250 people came through Creekside Café on Thanksgiving to benefit from the free traditional meal being served. Staff milled about, happy to be serving the community.
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