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Hugh Sanburg named to Cattlemen's Beef Board
Hugh Sanburg named to Cattlemen's Beef Board

Cattle producers Hugh Sanburg, Chuck Coffey and Jared Brackett are the new leaders of the Cattlemen's Beef Promotion & Research Board (CBB). This officer team is responsible for guiding the national Beef Checkoff Program throughout 2019.

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Business survey will help guide tourism marketing

Does your business benefit from traveler and tourist traffic? The Delta County Tourism Cabinet wants to help build your business by directing more tourists to you through effective, targeted marketing and promotions.

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Delta, Montrose REALTORs team up

The Delta County Board of Realtors and Montrose Association of Realtors teamed up to bring REALTOR® Day 2019 to their members, and anyone interested in learning more about real estate and the local market conditions.

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15 businesses take on the ENGAGE challenge
15 businesses take on the ENGAGE challenge

The ENGAGE Business Challenge kicked off Feb. 26 at CB's Tavern in Delta, with a meeting that included the 15 businesses that were accepted into the challenge. The goals of the Business Challenge are to foster entrepreneurship in Delta County and to help build up downtown business districts throughout our county.

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Nonprofit is looking for help

Arts Coalition of Delta County is in immediate need of some equipment to be used in several events coming up in May and June.

A theater group known as AC Theater has been organized and plans to present its first play of the season in late May and early June.

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Delta Food Pantry opens on evenings

Delta Food Panty is open from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. weekdays. It is located in the alley behind St. Michael's Church and is available to anyone living in Delta.

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Church, nonprofit team up to build beds for kids
Church, nonprofit team up to build beds for kids

The Presbyterian Church of Delta invites volunteers and sponsors to join a community-based project to provide disadvantaged children with a bed of their own. The church at the corner of 4th and Meeker is hosting a "build day" on Saturday, March 23, in partnership with Sleep in Heavenly Peace.

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Hartland Ditch asks to be removed from city's trails plan

At the request of the Hartland Ditch Company, trail extensions that required use of the ditch right-of-way have been removed from the city's Parks, Recreation, Trails and Open Space Master Plan.

Having granted a similar request to the North Delta Irrigation Company, council members agreed they had no alternative but to extend the same concession to the Hartland Ditch Company.

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Law enforcement blotter March 13, 2019

Officers responded to Salvation Army (parking lot) on a report of two people causing a verbal disturbance. Emalyn Kathryn Murphy, 28, of Montrose was arrested and jailed on two warrants with a total of $25,600 in bonds.

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Commissioners move forward on Gunnison Energy seismic operations

Delta County Commissioners Don Suppes, Mark Roeber and Mike Lane held a special regular meeting Monday, March 11, to hear applications from Gunnison Energy, LLC to conduct seismic operations in two areas in northeast Delta County.

Elyse Casselberry, county community and economic development director, went through the details of the two projects with the commissioners and others present.

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Council to consider lifting medical marijuana moratorium

The Delta City Council will consider lifting the moratorium on medical marijuana establishments at its March 19 meeting.

In November, city voters approved the establishment of retail medical marijuana centers, cultivation facilities, testing facilities, and other types of businesses related to manufacture and development of medical marijuana-infused products.

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Sheriff, Soper object to 'Red Flag' bill

Delta County Sheriff Mark Taylor last week sent a letter to Colorado Senator Kerry Donovan, making clear his opposition to HB19-1177 as it moves from the House to the Senate in the Colorado State Legislature.

Additionally, he shared his concerns with the county commissioners and constituents during a work session on Tuesday, March 12.

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Search continues for escaped inmate
Search continues for escaped inmate

The search continues for an inmate who escaped from the Delta Correctional Facility on Saturday, March 9. He was found missing during the 10 p.m. count.

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Traveling Vietnam Wall is coming to Delta

In June, the largest of the Vietnam travelling walls is scheduled to be on display in Delta, compliments of the local veterans organizations, Elks, and local businesses. Members of Lee Marts Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3571, Harry A. White American Legion Post 65 and their auxiliaries are working with the Elks regional veterans coordinator, the City of Delta, and local businesses to "make it happen."

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First county land use forum well attended

Over 50 community members gathered at the Creamery in Hotchkiss Thursday evening, Feb. 28, to hear comments from a panel discussing "Why do land use regulations matter in building community prosperity?"

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Conservatives gather to hear update from Matt Soper
Conservatives gather to hear update from Matt Soper

Interested citizens crowded into the lower portion of Needlerock Brewery, eager to engage with Matt Soper, who was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in November. The legislative briefing was hosted by the Libertarian Party of Delta County on Saturday, March 2.

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Grand Mesa Oncology provides hospitality cart
Grand Mesa Oncology provides hospitality cart

Inside the Grand Mesa Oncology and Infusion Center, patients and caregivers find a blue cart adorned with badges of support for cancer awareness, education materials, and comforting items. It is known as the hospitality cart and is updated each month with new items to bring awareness to different forms of cancer and hopefully to show support for those who are affected.

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Tri-County Health Network expands services
Tri-County Health Network expands services

For local resident Angela Bullard, a new job with Tri-County Health Network is a merging of two passions. Bullard loves where she lives and couldn't imagine living anywhere else.

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Church, nonprofit team up to build beds for kids
Church, nonprofit team up to build beds for kids

The Presbyterian Church of Delta invites volunteers and sponsors to join a community-based project to provide disadvantaged children with a bed of their own. The church at the corner of 4th and Meeker is hosting a "build day" on Saturday, March 23, in partnership with Sleep in Heavenly Peace.

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New bishopric serves Delta
New bishopric serves Delta

A new bishopric is serving in the Delta Ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Morgan Yost is the new bishop, with counselors Tyler Schumacher and Paul Shean, all of Delta.

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Cannon joins DMEA

After interviewing a number of candidates, the board of directors of Delta-Montrose Electric Association appointed Stacia Cannon to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of John Gavan.

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Delta police, sheriff's blotter Mar. 6, 2019

A 72-hour notice to remove tag was placed on a vehicle parked in the roadway in the 1500 block of H-50 Road.

An officer responded to 1102 Grand Avenue to take a report of criminal mischief.

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