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Church 3A HWT champ

After winning the Class 3A heavyweight title Saturday night at the Pepsi Center in Denver, Logan Church walked over to coaches Clayton Curtis and Luis Meza and asked which one he should lift up in celebration. Rather than cho...

Fresh start for Rogers Mesa research center

Since its closing in 2011, several ideas for re-opening the Colorado State University Western Colorado Research Center at Rogers Mesa have been tossed about. Thanks to state funding and efforts by District 61 State Rep. Mille...

Conductor celebrates 25 years with the Valley Symphony Orchestra

The Valley Symphony Association (VSA) invites the entire region to come together to celebrate conductor Mike Kern's 25 years with the volunteer organization. The concert, "'Tis the Season for Romance," will feature music of t...

Hopeful signs that wetter weather is in the forecast

Clouds billowed over Grand Mesa last week, then parted to reveal a glimpse of higher elevation snow. This scene suggests the area's persistent drought may yet yield to seasonal moisture, but will it be enough and arrive in ti...

More than 150 enjoy 'A SweetArt Evening'

The Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center hosted A SweetArt Evening at the AppleShed Gallery in Cedaredge on Valentine's Day, to the enjoyment of over 150 attendees. Sweethearts and friends were treated to delicious chocolate tru...

Sold-out crowd demonstrates support for DHS

An event planned months before two student deaths at Delta High School became a rallying point for the community last week. A sold-out crowd of 600-plus filled the school gymnasium to watch the Harlem Wizards take on the Pant...

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Delta Police, sheriff's blotter Feb. 21, 2018  290 views

Feb. 11:

Officers responded to an address on Bluff Street for the report of a disturbance.

Feb. 12:

Officers responded to an address on Palmer Street for the report of a suspicious incident/possible burglary in progress.

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Delta County horse women earn awards  279 views

Several members of the Women's Surface Creek Saddle Club traveled recently to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to collect their 2017 year-end awards from the North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC).

These amazing equestrian women, accompanied by their wonderful husbands and horses, traveled throughout Colorado and New Mexico to compete in eight different NATRC-sanctioned Competitive Trail Rides (CTR) from April through September 2017.

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Greg Brinck named sole town administrator finalist  228 views

Greg Brinck named sole town administrator finalist

Interim town administrator Greg Brinck has been named the sole finalist for town administrator.

The announcement followed a short executive session at the Feb. 15 Cedaredge Town Council meeting.

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