Delta's second annual "Kickoff to Christmas" takes place Saturday, Nov. 25. This event is sponsored by the Delta Area Chamber of Commerce and First Colorado National Bank.
On Wednesday, Jan. 25, the Delta NRCS Field Office hosted a Palisade Insectary Tour for the Delta County Conservation District board members and employees. The neighboring office in Grand Junction attended as well.
With three games remaining in the regular season the Hotchkiss Bulldogs are coming on strong in the 2A Western Slope conference.
On Friday Hotchkiss welcomed Rangely with a 61-47 conference win.
Two Paonia High School seniors who played for one of the most successful football programs in state history are headed to Division II schools after signing their national letters of intent last Wednesday as part of National Signing Day.
Trevor Smith signed with Western State Colorado University, and Dagan Rienks signed to play at Colorado Mesa University.
A little history lesson on the sweetest of days, Valentine's Day: According to the History Channel, one legend contends that Valentine was a priest who served during the third century in Rome.
A recall effort to unseat Crawford mayor Wanda Gofforth failed after the votes were tallied Tuesday, Feb. 7. More than 55 percent of the voters were against the recall effort. The tally was 99 against the recall and 79 in favor.
The old, the new and the outstanding was celebrated in Crawford last weekend during the annual Old Timers, Newcomers event. The oldest old-timer, the newest newcomer and the volunteer, business and nonprofit of the year were recognized and celebrated during the potluck meal and community gathering, put on by the Crawford Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Surface Creek Valley Historical Society annual banquet at the Stolte Shed last Saturday was an opportunity for members to recognize and honor the contributions that so many volunteers make to the enterprise.
Retiring board president Richard Udd served as the emcee, giving recognition to the others who have contributed to the success and continued growth of the society's unique Pioneer Town Museum, events complex and its programs.
This year's Ice Fishing Contest hosted by the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce brought a record 74 entrants to the wintry expanse of a frozen Island Lake on Grand Mesa last Saturday.
In the adult category the winners as provided courtesy of the chamber were:
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