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Paonia grads patrolling Paonia State Park

Colorado Parks and Wildlife must believe in hiring locally. For the past few years, staff members at Paonia State Park have been graduates of Paonia High School.Ben Linnell and Michael Hansen Lum make up this summer's park st...

A godly man

James Conley grew up on a farm in Kansas. He graduated from Kansas State University in 1983 with a bachelor's degree in agriculture.He had a career in agriculture banking for eight years. That career led him to Chanute, Kan.,...

Riders bring awareness to off-the-track thoroughbreds

Valerie Ashker and Peter Friedman have embarked on a cross-country horseback ride to draw attention to off-the-track thoroughbreds. These are horses that are "put out to pasture" after their racing days.

Serenity Run rolls into Cedaredge this weekend

The 31st annual Serenity Run is scheduled to roll into Cedaredge July 28 through 31, a change from the event's past first-weekend-of-August venue.Headquarters for the event, according to the International Serenity Run's websi...

Blueprint supports economic diversity

Delta County "really hit it out of the park," Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne said at a press conference in Delta last week. The lieutenant governor and representatives from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International ...

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North Fork clinic to close  135 views

North Fork clinic to close

Dr. Timothy Meilner has announced that North Fork Medical Clinic, 225 Minnesota Avenue, in Paonia, will close its doors effective Aug. 26.

Dr. Meilner, who joined the clinic in 1996, will join Dr. Kevin Pulsipher and Surface Creek Family Practice, effective Sept. 6. Surface Creek Family Practice has offices in Delta and Cedaredge.

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Law enforcement blotter July 27, 2016  127 views

Miguel D. Mejia-Arrendondo, 19, of Delta was issued a ticket for alleged unlawful acts (alcohol).

Jesus E. Rodriguez, 31, of Delta was arrested and jailed on a warrant with an $8,000 bond.

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Search intensifies for missing woman  120 views

Search intensifies for missing woman

The search for a missing 82-year-old Delta County woman with dementia is centered in a remote area of the Uncompahgre National Forest.

Mary Finnegan was last seen July 15 at about noon, when she left a bowling alley in Montrose. She was driving a silver 2011 Mercury Grand Marquis.

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