The Delta County Fair & Rodeo is looking for young ladies between the ages of 9-18 who are interested in serving as fair royalty for the 2018-19 year. These young ladies will serve as ambassadors for the Delta County Fair throughout the year.
A mandala is a tool that can be used to ease through life's transitions. A mandala on the sidewalk in front of Delta High School helped DHS students come together to support one another and to honor those who have died, including two DHS students who died earlier this year.
The year was 1999 and Debbie Werner-Cayou was a single parent living in a small apartment in Delta. She was working fulltime and raising two children.
After thanking the public for their comments concerning the Master Plan on May 9, planning commission chair Bob Stechert invited comments from planning commission members.
Steve Schrock, District 1, said the public's comments will be considered in adopting the Master Plan.
HopeWest welcomes Georgia Rock, senior vice president and executive director of Hospice, who will be joining our senior leadership team in May. Rock has more than 30 years of operational experience in both home health and hospice and will serve as the leader for our organization on topics related to the hospice program.
Just the sound of the word spikes the heart rate and dries the mouth. And in Colorado this summer, there is a reasonable assumption that we may be hearing the word far more often than we want.
A news crew from CBS This Morning spent nearly two days last week documenting the local fishing industry and highlighting efforts to restore native rainbow trout in the Black Canyon. Their piece is set to air later this month.
Officers responded to the 100 block of West 8th Street for a report of a motor vehicle theft.
Armando Aparicio, 30, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of third degree assault, child abuse and reckless endangerment as an act of domestic violence.
Delta Middle School students settled comfortably beneath the trees in the open grassy space just south of the seventh-eighth grade wing for a groundbreaking ceremony Monday afternoon. This spot will soon be fenced off, as the sixth grade wing is demolished and a new two-story structure begins to take shape.
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