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Ag burning complaint set for OC board meet

Deann Thomas, a retired physical therapist, says she will raise concerns with the Orchard City Town Board about an agricultural burn operation next to the senior mobile home park where she and elderly neighbors live.

Drawing a bead on the Old West

History comes to life in the hills near Hotchkiss. Step back fifty years and you come to the start of the Colorado West Gun Club. Step back another hundred and you're smack-dab in the middle of the Wild West.

Events of 9/11 commemorated

A ceremony commemorating the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks was held in Delta Monday, Sept. 11, at Bill Heddles Recreation Center.The event was organized and conducted by members of Delta's Lee Marts Veterans of Foreign...

Friendship binds Delta County's top runners

About two thirds of the way through Saturday's Hotchkiss Cross Country Invitational, Paonia senior Caden Meilner trailed Hotchkiss senior Sam Rodriguez as they cruised across the high ridgeline of the adobe desert course. "He...

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Volunteers raise 1991 sign depicting North Fork bounty  12 views

Volunteers raise 1991 sign depicting North Fork bounty

An eye-catching sign depicting Paonia and its bountiful harvest and beautiful views is finding new life, thanks to a few volunteers, a tractor, and a little bit of community service.

This summer, Crawford resident and Rotary Club of the North Fork member Jeff Skeels decided to check out a hand-painted sign hanging sloppily near the road along Highway 133 near Paonia.

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Pat Medina named to Hotchkiss Town Council  9 views

Pat Medina has been selected to fill a vacancy on the Hotchkiss Town Council created by the resignation of Larry Jakubiak. Her appointment runs until the municipal election in April.

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Higher speed limit raises concerns for pedestrians  9 views

Actions by the Colorado Department of Transportation have raised concerns about pedestrian safety in the Town of Hotchkiss.

At the Sept. 14 town council meeting, public works director Mike Owens reported that pedestrian crossing signs at several Bridge Street intersections were removed because CDOT officials felt there was too much sign "noise" on the street.

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