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DHS awards 148 diplomas

Delta High School's Class of 2016 set a level of high expectations all future Panthers will strive for, principal Derek Carlson said during commencement ceremonies Sunday. During his opening remarks, Carlson said collectively...

Delta nine pass first test

A lot was on the line when Delta's Panthers took the field last Saturday for 4A District 8 baseball playoff action. The Panthers were last in a state playoff in 1984 when Delta head coach Steve Reiher played shortstop for the...

Physician assistant joins North Fork clinic

Physician assistant Danny Lee Mingus joined the North Fork Medical Clinic staff on April 14 and is seeing patients five days a week. "He's a godsend," said Dr. Timothy Meilner, who has worked at the clinic for 20 years and ha...

Chelsea Bookout sworn in as Paonia trustee

In facing a decision between an incumbent board member who was not re-elected and a candidate who narrowly missed being elected, the Paonia Board of Trustees unanimously approved the appointment of Chelsea Bookout as trustee....

An American and proud of it

Bror Faber of Cedaredge was born in Denmark, and endured the ravages of World War II as a child in Norway.The Faber family -- father, mother, three sons -- was living in a suburb of Oslo.

Sign up today for June's Apple Blossom Ride

It's time to get registered for the second annual Apple Blossom Bike Ride and Tour in Cedaredge. The ride is Saturday, June 4, in conjunction with Celebrate Cedaredge Days, so cyclists still have time to get in riding shape f...

Generous donations contribute to 'Stamping Out Hunger'

The generosity of Delta citizenry was remarkable in Saturday's annual postal food drive. During these trying economic times, the Delta community contributed over 4,000 pounds of nonperishable food for those in need.

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Delta police, sheriff's blotter May 25, 2016  68 views

Tiffany L. Patton, 21, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged disorderly conduct. Brenda L. Patton, 49, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged disorderly conduct.

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Paonia diner closing its doors June 1  57 views

Paonia diner closing its doors June 1

For more than a decade, The Diner has been a mainstay of downtown Paonia. Music wafts daily from the ROCK-OLA jukebox, waitresses bustle about, refilling coffee cups and delivering plates piled high with biscuits and gravy, huevos rancheros and crispy hash browns and sweet homemade desserts like the Paonia Snowball.

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North Fork solar fair draws a record crowd  41 views

Since soon after the earliest settlers moved into Colorado's North Fork Valley, it has relied on two major forces to drive its economy -- energy and agriculture. This year the North Fork Solar Fair & Permaculture Expo built on that proud heritage with a fun, dynamic and hugely popular event.

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