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Delta

Delta teen in coma after being struck
Delta teen in coma after being struck

Brandon Flores, a Delta High School sophomore, remains in a coma at Children's Hospital after being struck while riding his bike. The accident occurred near the intersection of I and 1600 roads, in North Delta, at about 6:44 p.m. Sunday, April 24.

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Sports

Delta County thinclads perform well at Montrose
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Panthers maul Bears in games
Panthers maul Bears in games

In looking back as far the 2007-08 season, Delta's Panthers have been involved in post-season baseball play but have not gotten out of district competition. This year's squad is looking to compete in another district playoff scenario with hopes of moving deeper into the playoffs.

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The Fantastic Four
The Fantastic Four

T he Fantastic Four came from all around the country, and are the latest in a long line of resident artists at Elsewhere Studios.

One is from Appleton, Wis., and designs fashion out of her own life drawings.

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North Fork

Paonia has 60 days to appoint trustee
Paonia has 60 days to appoint trustee

With 60 days from the April 26 meeting to appoint a trustee, just what process the board will use has yet to be determined.

The vacancy was created when trustee and mayor pro tem Charles Stewart resigned after being elected mayor in the April 5 election.

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Surface Creek

Arbor Day celebrated in Cedaredge
Arbor Day celebrated in Cedaredge

Neither cold, rain nor snow prevented the Cedaredge Tree Board from hosting the town's annual Arbor Day event. Weather did postpone it until a day later to last Wednesday, when the morning conditions were just about ideal.

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Plants of the Western Slope May 4, 2016

Yes. Five separate petals and lots of stamens: That fits the rose family. And most of the lovely blossoming fruit trees in our area fit that description, too. Luckily, our delightful blossoming trees have not been frostbitten. Yet.

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Volunteers welcome as Pioneer Town readies for season
Volunteers welcome as Pioneer Town readies for season

Volunteers have been busy at Pioneer Town this week helping with the annual Clean Up Days in preparation of the May 28 season opening of one of the valley's premier tourist attractions and economic development enterprises.

You don't have to be a tourist to visit and enjoy what Pioneer Town has to offer. Pioneer Town offers a lot for local residents who may want to just stop in during the season for a chat with friendly volunteers or to browse and shop the expanding gift shop.

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