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Opportunities abound for Paonia girls in new year

After losing all five starters and a five-year assistant coach from last season's state champion team, Paonia head basketball coach Scott Rienks said he doesn't know what this season will bring for the Eagles. But with more t...

Rockin' the Rocky Horror Picture Show

A lot of great movies came out in the 1970s, but "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" wasn't one of them. "It's a terrible movie, but it's so funny," said Steve Allen, of Hotchkiss, a fan whose first experience of the cult classic...

Director selected to move Engage Center forward

A $680,000 grant to fund start-up operations of the Engage Center has resulted in the hiring of Shawn Gardner as operations director.The old City Market building in downtown Delta is the "hub" of the Engage Center, but its "s...

Hams and eggs

For 18 years, first in Delta and now in Cedaredge, a group of local ham radio enthusiasts have been meeting for breakfast. Last Wednesday morning, the informal gathering met at Scramblers Restaurant in downtown Cedaredge and ...

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Delta police, sheriff's blotter Dec. 13, 2017  80 views

Dec. 6:

Elizabeth A. Webster, 55, of Hotchkiss was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $500 bond.

Cable Z. Rhode, 40, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with a $2,500 bond.

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Vehicular eluding nets 5 years in prison  64 views

A wild ride -- and a second incident of eluding law enforcement officers -- earned Pedro Lopez a five-year prison sentence Monday.

Lopez, 30, of Grand Junction was arrested after a twisting trek through Delta on March 19.

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USFS agrees to coal lease expansion  54 views

On Dec. 11, Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forest Supervisor Scott Armentrout signed the Record of Decision (ROD) for Federal Coal Lease Modifications COC-1362 and COC-67232. The ROD outlines Armentrout's decision to consent to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) modifying two federal coal leases with terms and conditions to protect forest resources.

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