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City council supports hospital provider fee

The Delta City Council has sent a letter to Senator Kerry Donovan urging her to support legislation that moves the hospital provider fee to an enterprise fund.

The state Legislature has been debating the merits of SB 267, which city manager David Torgler describes as "a big, complicated piece of legislation that deals with some complicated concepts with respect to Colorado's Constitution, the state budget, TABOR, enterprise funds, government fees, taxes, health care expenses/eligibility, debt vs. not debt, certificates of participation, state highway funding, education funding, capital construction and other things."

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Vendors sought for Downtown DeltaFest

The Delta Area Chamber of Commerce is planning three Downtown DeltaFests this summer. Vendor applications for June, July and September can be downloaded at the chamber website, www.deltacolorado.org.

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C. "Bill" Hart

Clarence "Bill" Hart died at his home in Paonia April 23, 2017. He was 45.

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Nancy Stull

Nancy Belle Stull of Paonia died at Paonia Care and Rehabilitation Center on April 23, 2017. She was 84.

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Gladys Bertram
Gladys Bertram

Cedaredge resident Gladys Rozella Bertram died April 20, 2017, at Horizons Care Center in Eckert. She was 91.

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Joseph McFadden

Cedaredge resident Joseph McFadden died April 14, 2017, at Horizons Care Center in Eckert. He was 90.

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William Silas Feely

William "Bill" Silas Feely died at his home April 17, 2017. He was 82.

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Robert Roesler

Robert Duane Roesler of Hotchkiss died April 16, 2017, at Montrose Memorial Hospital. He was 70.

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David Campbell

David Lawrence Campbell, formerly of Delta, died April 20, 2017, in Green Valley (Ariz.) Hospital. He was 86.

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K. Leroy Dolph
K. Leroy Dolph

Kenneth Leroy Dolph of Longview, Wash., died March 9, 2017, in Rochester, Minn., after a long battle with heart disease. He was 74.

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Georgie White
Georgie White

Juanita Kae "Georgie" White died April 17, 2017, at her home in Delta. She was 61.

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Law enforcement blotter April 26, 2017

Joby E. Wright, 36, of Delta was arrested and jailed for alleged menacing and violation of a protection order. Kyle C. McCarty, 20, of Delta was arrested and jailed for alleged menacing, reckless endangerment, child abuse, third degree assault and criminal mischief.

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Hanging Lake closure not justified

The April 19 Daily Sentinel's first page story about "Vandals ruining it for everybody" is not correct. It's the Forest Service that is ruining it for everybody.

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Paonia will be a poorer place without the Rowells

The Sentinel article (April 17, 2017) on the North Fork Valley's efforts to create new economies in the wake of the decline in coal mining was first rate. It gave a sense of how much pain people experience when the economy shifts beneath them.

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Cameras could keep an eye out for trail vandals
Cameras could keep an eye out for trail vandals

The installation of ten, steel "StoryWalk" pedestals along the natural setting of Cedaredge's Surface Creek Trail has attracted an act of vandalism.

As a result, the addition of camera surveillance to the section walking path between Independence and Deer Trail Avenues was discussed at the town board's April 20 meeting.

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Town drops Region 10 anchor plans
Town drops Region 10 anchor plans

Cedaredge will not participate in the Region 10 broadband project by providing fiberoptic links to anchor institutions in town after all. (Anchor institutions are libraries, schools, fire departments, medical facilities that need broadband internet.)

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Resident calls engineering and design costs 'ridiculous'

The Town of Cedaredge's spending on a stalled, four-year-long involvement with a street intersection improvement project was called "ridiculous" by a constituent at the town board's April 20 meeting.

Known as the "enhancement project," the proposed beautification work at the intersection of Main Street and Grand Mesa Drive (Highway 65) was begun with a signed agreement for design and engineering in 2013.

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What's bugging you? April 26, 2017

We are entering the home stretch of our weed series, "The Ten Most Unwanted Weeds." Only three are left but I might cover a few more if it strikes my fancy.

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Rebekahs to host yard sale this weekend

Spring is a time when special things happen: nice weather, blooming flowers, and the annual Elberta Rebekah Lodge spring yard sale.

This coming Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, the Elberta Rebekah Lodge #106 will have its annual spring yard sale.

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Vaccinate and license your dog

A low cost dog vaccination clinic is planned Saturday, May 13, from 1 to 4 p.m. in the Cedaredge Town Park pavilion. The cost is $10 for a one-year rabies shot and town residents will need to buy a town license for $10 for a spayed/neutered dog or $50 for an intact dog.

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Memorial trees planted in Orchard City park

The Friends and Flower Garden Club appreciates the generous donation of a Ukrainian maple tree and a juniper pine tree from John and Ron Romatzke of Arbor Acres Farm. These trees were planted in the Orchard City Town Park in memory of Bobbie De Leau and Zoe Weiss.

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Library in need of weed whackers

Do you ever think you'd like to volunteer a little time to a great cause but don't know how to offer your services?

This is your chance to do something important for your Cedaredge Library and the town.

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Cedaredge UMC hosts world religion study

Cedaredge United Methodist Church presents a six-week study, "Christianity and World Religions: Wrestling With Questions People Ask."

The study will take place on Tuesdays from April 25 to May 30.

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Visit the library to learn what's in your DNA

"My interest in genealogy first arose when, decades ago, an uncle began family ancestry tracing, and my family history began to unfold," says Greg Hart, presenter at an upcoming DNA program offered at Delta Library. "When my uncle began his work, he did not have the internet or the various ancestry recording applications to help him, so progress was limited.

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What's happening at your local library? April 26, 2017

The Delta County Libraries offer many educational and entertaining activities and events for you and your family to enjoy. If you want to know what else your library is offering, please contact the library or visit the Delta County Libraries website at www.deltalibraries.org.

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