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Libraries build a better world

Once again, Delta County residents have proven that they value libraries, reading, and their own communities. Delta County Libraries 2017 summer reading program has ended, but staff will not quickly forget the last two months of generosity, widespread participation, valuable feedback and lots of excitement.

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Sports

DT Men's Leagues wind down

Devil's Thumb Senior Men's and Men's League play is winding down for the summer. Results from both the Senior's and Men's League play were recently made available.

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Songs, trains  & service
Songs, trains & service

For the June 22 concert at Chapel of the Cross in Cedaredge, directors of the summer concert series cautioned the public to arrive early. The concert for these favorite performers sold out in 2016.

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North Fork

Delta County Fair Livestock Champs
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County fair results: 4-H Horse Show

Written Test - Senior

1st Kaitlyn Sharpe Delta

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County fair results: Junior animals

JUNIOR GOAT SHOW

Goat Showmanship

Showmanship - Senior

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County fair results: Shooting sports

.22 CALIBER RIFLE

50-Foot Hunt, Junior Individual

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Fair results: 4-H clothing, food, general

CLOTHING CONSTRUCTION

STEAM 1 - Simple Top, Junior

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Fair results: Needlework, crafts, ceramics

open class needlework

SEWING

Skirt

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Fair results: Open class flowers, art

OPEN CLASS FLOWERS

Arrangements

Lasting Beauty

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Fair results: Open pantry, agriculture

open class horticulture

Peaches, Middle Season

Suncrest

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Hemp testing facility approved by Paonia board
Hemp testing facility approved by Paonia board

The Paonia board of trustees voted last week to approve a special use permit for AllHemp Trading Limited (AHT) to operate a hemp nursery and testing facility at 719 Second Street.

During a more than two hour public hearing held Aug. 8, AHT CEO Elliott Brown fielded numerous questions from trustees and the public on issues including chemical use and storage, public safety, noxious fumes and odors, noise, traffic, lighting and hours of operation.

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Partnership encourages stewardship on public lands

On Saturday, Aug. 5, a crew of about 20 hard workers spent the day making improvements to the Three Lakes Trail in the Lost Lake area on Kebler Pass.

The project was part of Summer Trail Days.

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