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Trail trials return Sept. 12

The Women's Surface Creek Saddle Club is conducting its biennial Trail Trials at the Mesa Top Trail on Sept. 12. This popular local trail riding event will be held at the Mesa Top Trail head on Grand Mesa.

Delta football team to contend for WSL title

If the summer camps and noted improvements are any indication, the Delta Panthers could be more than just a force in Class 3A football circles. Delta returns a core of performers who were at the top of the class in many categ...

A unique legacy in books

To say that Katherine Colwell has authored many books is a misnomer.To explain her numerous works, including her showpiece, "Red White and Blue in Utah 1988," forget that books are made of pages, bound between two covers, rea...

Governor tours Doughty Steel

A visit to Doughty Steel was like a step back in time for Governor John Hickenlooper -- his mother's family once owned the oldest family-held steel fabrication company in the United States. He shared several memories while to...

Meals made with love bring the community together

When Jeanne Gatto started serving weekly community dinners two summers ago her goal was to put otherwise wasted food to good use."I thought it would be awesome if we could use it to get community meals going," said Gatto.

Celebrate the Fork this weekend in Hotchkiss

The North Fork Valley Creative Coalition is throwing the party of the year at the Delta County Fairgrounds Aug. 28 and 29 to honor the work of the creative people who live in the North Fork.

Boathouse display added to Pioneer Town

The newest exhibit at Pioneer Town has been set up in the western silo. Marilyn Boyd and her daughter brought in a glass case and have displayed a collection of memorabilia from the boathouse that once stood at Barren Lake on...

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Governor tours Doughty Steel  348 views

Governor tours Doughty Steel

A visit to Doughty Steel was like a step back in time for Governor John Hickenlooper -- his mother's family once owned the oldest family-held steel fabrication company in the United States.

He shared several memories while touring Doughty Steel en route to a town hall meeting in Montrose last Thursday.

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City offices close early  305 views

City of Delta offices will be closed Friday, Aug. 28, from noon to 5 p.m., for an employee appreciation event. Bill Heddles Recreation Center will also close at noon and remain closed until Saturday, Aug. 29, when regular operating hours resume.

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OHVs allowed on city streets  230 views

The City of Delta has adopted the 2010 model traffic code with an amendment that permits the operation of off-highway vehicles on any street, alley or other public right-of-way within the city, excluding Highway 50, Highway 92 and Highway 348. Drivers must be licensed.

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Celebrate the Fork this weekend in Hotchkiss  222 views

Celebrate the Fork this weekend in Hotchkiss

The North Fork Valley Creative Coalition is throwing the party of the year at the Delta County Fairgrounds Aug. 28 and 29 to honor the work of the creative people who live in the North Fork.

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Law enforcement blotter August 26, 2015  220 views

Levi W. Duncan, 27, of Grand Junction was arrested and jailed for alleged speeding 66 mph in a 45 mph zone and driving under the influence (DUI).

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Sports

Bruins praised for play

Bruins praised for play

Following their weekend scrimmage games on Saturday, the DCI sports department contacted Cedaredge softball coach Matt Hall to get his impressions of his team's efforts.

The Bruins played three times and mixed their varsity and junior varsity players together in games in an effort to give all who made the trip a chance to get some game experience.

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Eric Goold new DCI sports writer

Bulldog cross-country team has will to win

Hotchkiss volleyball team young, dedicated

Prep tennis now in Paonia

Bruins solid in softball

Opinion

A passion for patients

My practice, Needlerock Family Health Care Clinic in Crawford, is open. My passion has been nursing and my dream for many years has been to serve as a practitioner in the North Fork Valley.

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Cedaredge reunion keeps the memories alive

School board candidate steps forward

Delta, Gunnison proposal offers a balance

Town of Paonia may have more important items to consider

A grateful and heartfelt thank you

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