Baby-Friendly USA, announces that Delta County Memorial Hospital has received prestigious international recognition as a Baby-Friendly Designated birth facility.
"Delta County Memorial Hospital administration is very proud of the efforts of the OB team to achieve this prestigious designation as a Baby-Friendly hospital," stated chief clinical officer Jody Roeber, FNP, MSN, RN.
Fred Houghton IV, 29, of Cedaredge successfully eluded law enforcement officers in Delta County for days. His luck ran out in Utah on Wednesday, Aug. 30, but not before another foot pursuit and additional school lockdowns.
Delta's cross country teams competed in two races this past week. One was the Devil's Thumb Hill Climb in Delta on Friday and the other competition was in Edwards at the Battle Mountain Invitational on Saturday.
The Hotchkiss football team got a glimpse of what they're capable of Friday night in its non-conference 42-6 win over Dolores. Head coach Curtis Hintz said that for a season-opener, he liked what he saw. "They played fast and they played physical, which you always like to see," said Curtis.
If Hotchkiss senior Sam Rodriguez was uncertain about how his cross country season will go, his performance at last Friday's Devil's Thumb Hill Climb should quiet any doubts in his mind. Rodriguez placed fifth out of 107 runners.
Cassidy Butler's bedroom is a revelation. An ironing board takes up the center of the room.
Delta resident, Lloyd Raymond "Ray" Short passed away peacefully Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017, at his residence in Delta, Colo. He was 95 years old.
Mabel Livingston, a Senior CommUnity Care PACE participant and resident at The Homestead at Montrose, enjoyed a flight around the San Juan mountains as part of a donation from the Angel Flight program Wednesday, Aug. 30.
The Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce concluded its inaugural season of 1st Friday Art Walk on Sept. 1, and according to chamber president Nick Streza the series has been a success.
"We will be here next year," he said.
For the second year, the Chapel of the Cross season of concerts has ended with an energetic and fun open mic event that attracted 10 local talents and that featured an audience sing-along finalé.
Two familiar names in the local music scene, Bob Wear and Beth Williams, put in a lot of the work helping arrange for this year's concluding event.
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