The Surface Creek Historical Society invites area residents to an ice cream social Saturday, July 28, at the Stolte Shed at Pioneer Town. In addition to ice cream, you'll enjoy homemade pies from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
True Life Church is hosting dinner, a show and silent auction to support Engage Student Ministries and the National Youth Convention. The fundraiser will be held Friday, July 20.
Frank Swancara Jr. is a man of few words.
Asked how he managed to amass his well-ordered collection of 850 license plates, he pauses then responds.
The Town of Orchard City Board of Trustees held a regular meeting on Wednesday, July 11. After approving the minutes of their June 13 meeting, the trustees discussed last month's disbursements and financial statement.
The Town of Cedaredge Board of Trustees met for a work session on Thursday, July 12. The work session was a discussion-only meeting with no action taken.
The Town of Orchard City has created a drought task force to develop a new drought policy for the future. An invitation to join the task force was sent to citizens last month as part of their water bill.
All former atomic and uranium workers are invited to attend an honorary Grand Junction Rockies baseball game, hosted by Nuclear Care Partners.
There are thousands of former atomic workers and uranium miners in the Grand Valley who served their country's defense by working in the nuclear weapons development industry.
On Monday, Delta District Court Judge Steven Schultz modified bond for Heather Jones, who's being held in a shooting incident that took place in Paonia Jan. 12. Ryan Redifer, 54, remains hospitalized from injuries he suffered during the incident.
The Paonia Planning and Zoning Commission will make recommendations to town trustees regarding two separate issues at the July 24 public meeting.
Commissioners voted 4-0 to recommend denial of an application for rezoning for Autumn Clark, who requested a zoning change from R-1 to R-2 for property located at 123 Oak Avenue.
Heidi Simpson of Paonia received a bachelor of arts in special education degree from Western Governors University (WGU). The online, nonprofit university celebrated the recent graduation of more than 15,000 students from across the country.
July 3 in Paonia Town Park was kind of quiet. Not much activity prior to the big Cherry Day celebration. "A Little Help" volunteers were staffing their booth at the park and decided to close it down around 5 p.m.
Members of a coast-to-coast bike ride to raise support for cancer victims passed through Delta County over the weekend.
"Team San Francisco" is one of six teams of cyclists and runners traveling coast to coast this summer through the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults "4K for Cancer" ride.
Do you have a story to tell about the North Fork Valley?
Jessica Kahkoska and the Notch Theatre Company are partnering to create a play based on stories about the North Fork Valley.
The 72nd annual Cherry Days is now memories and photographs. But from coordination with the Town of Paonia to the last of the bands, the event went very well, said Cherry Days Forever Committee chair Bob Bushta.
In November, the Town of Hotchkiss will ask voters for permission to sell the town shop at 222 W. Bridge Street.
The town's public works department has not only outgrown the 6,236-square-foot facility, but it can be tricky moving trucks and heavy equipment in and out of the garage and onto the town's busiest thoroughfare.
Paonia water users, pat yourselves on the back. Your efforts to conserve precious water resources is working.
The North Fork Valley will see an influx of motorcycle traffic beginning today. Cyclists are arriving in Paonia for the BMW Motorcycle Club of Colorado's 47th annual Top O' the Rockies Rally scheduled for July 19-22 at Town Park.
A longstanding rift between a current and former elected town official came to a boil at the July 10 meeting of the Paonia Board of Trustees when Mayor Charles Stewart asked law enforcement to escort former trustee Suzanne Watson out of Town Hall.
The ousting came during consideration by the board to submit scoping comments to the Bureau of Land Management regarding recently revived oil and gas leases in the North Fork Valley.
Nineteen teams represented the largest number of teams in the history of Hotchkiss' Booster Club 18 Hole Golf Scramble at Devil's Thumb on Saturday, July 14. There was plenty of sunshine and a few low scores as 76 players played for bragging rights and prizes.
He was born Rudyard Kerwood Loose in Kansas in 1926 but the name 'Bud' seemed to suit him better.
Bud Loose graduated from high school in 1944, just in time to enlist in the United States Navy.
Vacation Bible School is floating into Rivers Church at 762 Dodge Street, Delta. Sessions run from 9:15 a.m. to noon Monday-Thursday, July 16-19.
Community members are invited to a special presentation on the Dead Sea Scrolls to take place Saturday, July 21, at the Delta LDS Ward building at 1679 Pioneer Road. The presentation begins at 6:30 p.m. and will feature Jennifer Moss Logan, content specialist from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
The Plant & Dig Garden Club, for its June meeting, gathered at the Cedaredge Park pavilion. It was a perfect day for an outdoor meeting.
Gregory Edgington of Cedaredge was named to the Adams State University Vice President's Honor Roll for the 2018 semester.
Jean Loose, a certified massage therapist who has served the community for over a decade, is beginning to transition from full- to part-time to spend more time with family. Jean owns Cedaredge's "Journey into Health and Healing," a therapeutic massage center which has been operating at the same location since 2006.
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