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Economic boost set in stone

Colorado Stone Quarries is being touted as a bright spot in the effort to diversify the economy in Delta County."When Delta County lost hundreds of high-paying coal mine jobs, no one could have predicted that five years later...

Birders explore back roads for raptors

The Black Canyon Audubon Society sponsored two raptor field trips last weekend. On Saturday, Feb. 10 and again on Sunday, Feb. 11, nearly two dozen enthusiasts explored Delta County back roads between Hotchkiss, Crawford, and...

Bruins win Region 1 mat title

Cedaredge head wrestling coach Cutter Garrison estimates that last weekend's regional team title ended a three decades long championship drought.The Bruins placed 13 wrestlers and scored 226 points to win the Class 2A Region ...

Artists team up on stained glass window

Local artists have teamed up to create a stained glass panel for the new Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center (GMAEC) in Cedaredge. The group meets regularly at the Splinters & Shards studio in Delta to assemble the large pa...

60 years of Valentines

Robert Browning, English poet, wrote:Grow old along with me!

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Delta County horse women earn awards  37 views

Several members of the Women's Surface Creek Saddle Club traveled recently to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to collect their 2017 year-end awards from the North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC).

These amazing equestrian women, accompanied by their wonderful husbands and horses, traveled throughout Colorado and New Mexico to compete in eight different NATRC-sanctioned Competitive Trail Rides (CTR) from April through September 2017.

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Mill levy increase doesn't benefit NFA  26 views

The recent mill levy increase approved by the voters in the Delta/Cedaredge area for Delta County Ambulance District (DCAD) has nothing to do with funding ambulance service in the North Fork Valley.

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Paonia considers private company for building services  22 views

The Town of Paonia is considering hiring an outside company to provide services currently handled by the building department.

The problem is, the town has no building inspector, hence, no building department.

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