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'Dog free' zones weighed for Grand Mesa ski trails

As the popularity of the Nordic trails on Grand Mesa has grown, an increasing number of cross-country skiers and snowshoers are visiting Grand Mesa -- often with their dogs.

Evergreens planted in park in tribute to Al Spika

On Feb. 9, Tony Bohling and his crew from the City of Delta Parks and Recreation Department completed planting 12 new pine trees on the peninsula at Confluence Lake. All 12 trees were donated in memory of Albert Spika, who pa...

Cedaredge searches for brand to replace 'vintage'

The vintage has gone sour.Complaints from Chamber of Commerce board members about Cedaredge town government's "vintage" branding label have led to the term being dropped as a community lifestyle and business marketing image.

Inspired by natural materials

Sylvia Karner has been cutting, coloring and styling hair in Delta since the mid 1970s -- nearly as long as she's been making jewelry. While beadwork has become increasingly popular in recent years, it's a hobby that has fasc...

Vacant Paonia storefront houses 'phantom gallery'

Paonia artist Cedar Keshet is a prolific painter. Her works, mostly oils on canvas, take the viewer on a tour of western landscapes, from the first snowfall on Mt. Lamborn and summer on West Beckwith Pass, to the desert cacti...

Paonia, Hawks Haven reach agreement

On Valentine's Day evening the Town of Paonia and the recreational community got a sweet deal when Paonia trustees approved an agreement between the town and the developers of the Hawks Haven subdivision.The agreement amends ...

Carr honored for years of promoting beef

A new calf was born last week at the ranch of Marvin and Pauline Carr in Hotchkiss. In between caring for the animal and neighbors dropping by to check on the new addition to the herd, Pauline also found time to chat about an...

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Paonia, Hawks Haven reach agreement  735 views

Paonia, Hawks Haven reach agreement

On Valentine's Day evening the Town of Paonia and the recreational community got a sweet deal when Paonia trustees approved an agreement between the town and the developers of the Hawks Haven subdivision.

The agreement amends a 2005 agreement between the town, Hawks Haven LLC, and Harold Brill and Allison Elliot over a 400-foot-long, 24-foot wide section of private road stretching between Pan American Avenue and Vista Drive east of the Pan American Subdivision.

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Fatal under investigation  350 views

Kristen Huff, 26, of Delta, has been identified as the driver of a vehicle involved in a fatal traffic accident Feb. 16. The Colorado State Patrol reports that Huff was driving a 1989 Oldsmobile Eighty-Eight westbound on Highway 50 near Whitewater at about 3:08 a.m.

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Law enforcement blotter Feb. 22, 2017  312 views

Shanna L. Guerrero, 39, of Montrose was issued a ticket for alleged shoplifting.

Shanna L. Guerrero, 39, of Montrose was arrested and jailed on three warrants with a total of $3,750 in bonds.

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