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Dirt under your fingernails. The tang of freshly turned earth in your nose. Blue, blue skies as far as the eye can see and sunshine warm on your back. And in your hand: a hammer, or a shovel, or a bouquet of freshly picked sa...

Jakubiak resigns from Hotchkiss council

With a hearty "Let's rock and roll!" Hotchkiss mayor pro-tem Larry Jakubiak called to order the town council meeting on June 8 promptly at 6:30 p.m. Seated next to him was Marlene Searle, town clerk extraordinaire (seriously ...

Cedaredge concert helps search and rescue

Balladeers of "happiness, light, and love," David and Tamara Hauze, traveled from their Crawford home on June 8 to give a benefit concert in Cedaredge Town Park for Delta County Search and Rescue.Delta County sheriff Fred McK...

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Law enforcement blotter June 21, 2017  122 views

June 12:

Emelio M. Martinez, 26, of Delta was arrested and jailed on two warrants with a total of $27,000 in bonds. Martinez was also issued a ticket for alleged disregarded a stop sign, drove a motor vehicle while license revoked and failed to present evidence of insurance.

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Rise to the challenge with your local library  118 views

Rise to the challenge with your local library

The theme of summer programming at Delta County Libraries for 2017 is a call to action for the entire county. Libraries aim to build better readers, better communities, and ultimately a better world through their programming this summer, but they cannot accomplish the goal without community participation.

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Brunner resigns amid turmoil on Paonia board  105 views

Brunner resigns amid turmoil on Paonia board

After 45 minutes of arguing motions, amendments, he-said-she-said and a couple of temper tantrums (at one point Mayor Charles Stewart had to give the board an impromptu etiquette lesson on how to decorously address one another), the Paonia board of trustees came to a decision regarding Trustee Bill Brunner, and whether or not he violated Colorado's open meeting laws, town ordinances or the board's Standards of Conduct.

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