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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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Brushmasters Getaway returns to Paonia

Brushmasters Getaway returns to Paonia  231 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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Tri-State consideration worries DMEA  126 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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Grajeda sentenced to 3 years in vehicular homicide  119 views

On June 11, Delta District Court Judge Steve L. Schultz sentenced Gerardo Grajeda to three years in the Colorado Department of Corrections, plus parole costs and fees in the death of Leonardo Grajeda-Salazar.

The death occurred as a result of Grajeda losing control of a 1996 GMC Yukon SUV.

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