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Last Tuesday evening, Howard and Barbara Garland were seated at the dining table in their North Delta home when they heard a loud crash. The wind had torn loose a large limb from a huge cottonwood tree in their yard.

Monks bless the water at Paonia River Park

On Saturday morning, the Tibetan Monks of the Deprung Loseling Monastery in India stood on the banks of the North Fork of the Gunnison River and prayed for protection of its waters. While they chanted and prayed, toddlers pla...

Centenarian's secret to longevity: Black coffee and a positive attitude

"Every day is a good day -- you just need to get up, put both feet flat on the floor and take off like an old quarterhorse."Those are the words of Howard Dean, who is approaching his 100th birthday with a can-do attitude that...

Learning the art of self control

There are five secrets of Japanese Goju Ryu karate: Move quickly; have a sound, calm mind; be light in body; have a clever mind; and master the basics. All of those meld together to form two very basic components of the art a...

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Cost vs. benefit of energy development aired  173 views

The North Fork Valley's Citizens for a Healthy Community group attended the Board of County Commissioners meeting on Monday to present results of a study the CHC has produced.

The study is titled "Economic Impact of Natural Gas Development in Delta County."

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County worker resuscitates child  166 views

A county Human Services Department employee's professional knowledge and quick action at work helped to resuscitate a young child who had stopped breathing, the county commissioners learned on Monday.

Rita Fowler, a caseworker for the county's Adult Protective Services unit at the North Fork Annex, was working at her desk recently.

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Law enforcement blotter July 19, 2017  158 views

Sheriff's deputies responded to a complaint of criminal mischief in the town of Crawford. The complainant believed her ex-husband had broken out a window of a structure she owns. A restraining order is in place.

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