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Brunner resigns amid turmoil on Paonia board

After 45 minutes of arguing motions, amendments, he-said-she-said and a couple of temper tantrums (at one point Mayor Charles Stewart had to give the board an impromptu etiquette lesson on how to decorously address one anothe...

'Before I Die' wall is a community bucket list

It's hard to miss: a multi-paneled blackboard at the entrance to Paonia with the words "Before I die..." written across it. The board invites passers-by to write their thoughts in chalk.

Celebrating an 'undying love of this valley'--Bill & Sarah Bishop

Bill and Sarah Bishop are being honored this week for their contributions to the Mountain Harvest Festival, and for their "undying love of this valley." While they are humbled by the honor, much of the annual festival's succe...

Fighting Parkinson's together

A Cedar Mesa couple has taken up the fight against an incurable, debilitating disease and the limiting effects it has on people's lives.Charlie Farrell and Jan Blue this week bring their personal ministry to the community by ...

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Hospital CEO prefers 'repair' to 'repeal' of health care act  13 views

Delta County Memorial Hospital dodged a bullet when the hospital provider fee was moved into a state enterprise fund, ensuring continued financial support for rural hospitals in Colorado. But with the Republican proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, DCMH continues to operate in a world of uncertainty, CEO Jason Cleckler reported at an Indivisible gathering in Cedaredge.

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Elderly woman bilked of $85,000  12 views

An investigation launched in April 2016 has resulted in the arrest of a South Carolina woman who obtained over $85,000 from an elderly Delta resident.

The Delta resident was told she had won several million dollars in a lottery, but would need to send money to cover taxes and other expenses before claiming her prize.

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Gunnison Energy closes some facilities  11 views

The Board of County Commissioners on Monday heard a report that Gunnison Energy LLC is working on decommissioning some of its production facilities in Surface Creek and elsewhere.

Bruce Bertram, local government designee, told commissioners that the work was "the first step" in an area-wide structures abandonment process.

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