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Deltarado Days king, queen earn scholarships

The Delta Area Chamber of Commerce has established the tradition of awarding scholarships to two Delta High School graduates who are then named Deltarado Days king and queen. This year's recipients are Uyen Nguyen and Dario Melgoza.

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Outdoor fitness stations installed at Confluence
Outdoor fitness stations installed at Confluence

Five outdoor fitness stations have been installed around Confluence Lake. The stations were selected with every major muscle group in mind.

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Parade grand marshal embodies ag tradition
Parade grand marshal embodies ag tradition

Deltarado Days is an opportunity for area residents to come together to celebrate our rich agricultural and ranching heritage. This year's theme, "Hats Off to Agriculture," embraces that heritage, as does the selection of Virginia Shea as parade grand marshal.

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Community

Cottens to celebrate 60th at open house

Orval and Shirley Cotten will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at an open house to be held at the Crawford Town Hall Saturday, July 23, from 2 to 6 p.m. Friends and neighbors are invited to reminisce with them over ice cream and cake.

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Beat the heat!
Beat the heat!

When Mother Nature turns up the heat, it's time for some family fun at an area lake. Fortunately for Delta County residents, the three state parks -- Crawford, Sweitzer and Paonia -- provide a boatload of options. From water skiing, fishing, swimming, to picnicking under shady trees, these parks provide welcome relief from the hot summer sun.

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Local professionals share experiences at Senior Law Day

Two Cedaredge businesswomen were invited recently to give a presentation of their professional knowledge at the Senior Law Day seminar in Grand Junction.

Phyllis Hoffman and Scharee Atchison were among those who addressed the assemblage that totalled an estimated 400 people during the full day of seminars on various topics. Their topic addressed "myths and facts" about long-term care issues, Atchison told the DCI.

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