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Community rallies around Vietnam Wall

Although the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall drew fewer visitors to Delta than anticipated, organizers feel the Salute to Armed Services Festival met its goal -- to pay tribute to the men and women who have fought for our cou...

Part 2 Bert Williams' memories of Delta

Writer's note: This is part two of a series taken from a written document by the late Bert Williams of Delta - date unknown. Williams was the father of Ralph Williams, long-time resident of Montrose.

Heavy snowpack means late appropriations, high runoff

The Cedaredge Library wrapped up its four-part series on water last Tuesday evening with "Water 104" on dams and reservoirs. Held at the Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center, panelists Jason Ullmann, assistant division enginee...

Import ban impacts Delta County recycling

A decline in the recycling market is forcing waste management companies around the country to rethink their methods. In Delta County, citizens will see a rise in recycling costs and an increase in the call to recycle smarter.

Hatchery enhances recreational fishing

Pathogens and predators -- these are the primary threats to the thousands and thousands of fingerlings that are raised at the Hotchkiss National Fish Hatchery. Craig Eaton has managed the facility since last August.

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Law enforcement blotter June 12, 2019  615 views

Officers responded to the north trail of Confluence park on a report of a single vehicle crashed into a ditch. No injuries were reported or observed. A 17-year-old male of Cedaredge was issued a ticket for alleged careless driving.

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Part 2 Bert Williams' memories of Delta

Part 2 Bert Williams' memories of Delta  571 views

Writer's note: This is part two of a series taken from a written document by the late Bert Williams of Delta - date unknown. Williams was the father of Ralph Williams, long-time resident of Montrose.

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Murder suspect seeks suppression of statements  489 views

Whether statements made to law enforcement can be used against murder suspect Edgar Macias-Moreno hinge on the court's determination of when he was "in custody."

Macias-Moreno, who is charged with first-degree murder in the strangulation death of Hotchkiss resident Madelaine Loh almost a year ago, wants what he told Delta County Sheriff's Office investigators early June 27, 2018, to be suppressed.

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