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Police Report June 21, 2017

According to the Cedaredge Police Department's incident summary report for May, there were 60 reported incidents and five traffic citations issued during the month.

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Town seeks applicants to fill board vacancy

With 10 months until the next municipal election the Town of Cedaredge is seeking interested, qualified applicants to fill a vacancy on the town board, created when Larry Smith stepped down last month. The appointment would fill the remaining term to April 2018.

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Buying local produce is good for you and for the economy
Buying local produce is good for you and for the economy

As Colorado's produce season arrives, the Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association (CFVGA) is asking consumers to buy local.

"Colorado's high day time temperatures countered by cool nights, give our fruit a sweeter, more intense flavor," said Bruce Talbott, Talbott's Gold, Palisade, Colo., a fifth-generation Colorado fruit farmer.

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Shelter board recognized for volunteer work
Shelter board recognized for volunteer work

As volunteers of the month for June, the Surface Creek Animals Shelter Board Members are being named volunteers of the month.

The Surface Creek Animal Shelter in Cedaredge opened the Shelter Shoppe, 290 North Grand Mesa Drive, in March of 2010. The members of the Board of the Friends of Cedaredge Animal Control (FCAC, also known as The Surface Creek Animal Shelter) were many of those folks who organized this project.

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Bridge work done on Jay Avenue
Bridge work done on Jay Avenue

In a report to the town board, the Cedaredge Public Works Department reports that the Jay Avenue bridge opened for Memorial Day weekend. Town staff, contractors, and the engineer met on-site on June 6 to discussing striping issues, the report stated.

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Meetings planned to discuss deer, elk management

Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff is starting work to update big-game management plans in the Gunnison Basin and in the Paonia/North Fork areas. The public is invited to meetings where the planning efforts will be discussed.

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Paonia Library hosts Musical Tuesdays through July
Paonia Library hosts Musical Tuesdays through July

On most Tuesday evenings in June and July the Paonia Library amphitheater is the venue for performances by Delta County musicians. Musical Tuesdays are organized by Laura Lee Yates, librarian and author, and supported by the Friends of the Paonia Library.

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Brunner resigns amid turmoil on Paonia board
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 another), the Paonia board of trustees came to a decision regarding Trustee Bill Brunner, and whether or not he violated Colorado's open meeting laws, town ordinances or the board's Standards of Conduct.

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Celebrating an 'undying love of this valley'--Bill & Sarah Bishop
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 success is owed to the Bishops.

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Darlene Griffith

Darlene J. Griffith died June 16, 2017, at HopeWest Hospice Care Center in Grand Junction. She was 70.

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Robert Arnold

Robert Warren "Bob" Arnold died June 17, 2017, in Lexington, Okla. He was 73.

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Dewey King
Dewey King

Dewey Isaac King died June 1, 2017, in Denver. He was 76.

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Rodney Tribble
Rodney Tribble

Hotchkiss resident Rodney K. Tribble died June 17, 2017, at his home. He was 58.

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E. Leroy Kenner

Cedaredge resident E. Leroy Kenner died June 16, 2017, at his home. He was 84.

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Dwayne Tenbrink
Dwayne Tenbrink

Dwayne Larry Tenbrink died June 3, 2017, at his home. He was 77.

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Cheryl Holden
Cheryl Holden

Cheryl Lynn Holden died June 10, 2017. She was 68.

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Tee Kue
Tee Kue

Tee Kue died Sunday, June 11, 2017, at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction following a one-car accident on Highway 65. He was 16.

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PHS seniors play in CHSCA All-State tilts

Four Paonia High School student-athletes and two head coaches were nominated to participate in the annual Colorado High School Coaches Association All-State Games June 6-10.

All team coaches and senior athletes who participate in the games are nominated and voted on by CHSCA member coaches.

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Seriani Post's All-Colorado baseball 2017 selection
Seriani Post's All-Colorado baseball 2017 selection

With six Paonia baseball players receiving all-state honors from the Colorado High School Activities Association, it's easy to see why the Eagles went undefeated this season. They are loaded with talent.

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Run, bat, and bump-set-spike at Cherry Days

If you're looking for some competitive fun over the July 4 weekend and want to support some good causes, consider these three fundraising events planned in conjunction with the 71st annual Paonia Cherry Days festival.

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Paonia grads commit to college athletics
Paonia grads commit to college athletics

Three Paonia High School student-athletes signed their national letters of intent to participate in college sports on April 24.

Warren Minerich will compete in track and field as a thrower for South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, where he plans to study mining engineering. Minerich was a three-year state qualifying thrower in discus and shot put.

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What's happening at your local library? June 21, 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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People in the News Katzdorn

Kurt Katzdorn of Hotchkiss has been named to the spring honor roll at McPherson College, a four-year private liberal arts college located in central Kansas.

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Hotchkiss plans to build $1 million water tank
Hotchkiss plans to build $1 million water tank

Staff and trustees for the Town of Hotchkiss are working toward replacing one of the town's three water storage tanks within the next year, a project that will cost an estimated $1 million.

Town engineer Joanne Fagan presented the proposal at a June 8 public meeting.

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River awareness float filled with superheroes
River awareness float filled with superheroes

Many a superhero were spotted at the Western Slope Conservation Center's Float Fest on the morning of June 3. The festival's superhero theme celebrated the organization's 40 years of dedication to watershed stewardship, public lands advocacy, and environmental education in Delta County and beyond, as well as the vast community support making these efforts possible.

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