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Laiminger joins DPD patrol staff
Laiminger joins DPD patrol staff

The Delta Police Department welcomes John Laiminger to its patrol staff.

Officer Laiminger grew up in Paonia.

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Doug Speedie, MD, to serve as medical director of PACE
Doug Speedie, MD, to serve as medical director of PACE

Volunteers of America and Senior Comm-Unity Care is pleased to announce Douglas Speedie, M.D., as its medical director for the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

"I am excited to be part of advancing the practice of medicine as the model at PACE with the goal to continue to explore ways to improve clinical services while working to keep costs down," he said.

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Tri-State supports science in classrooms

Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association's Montrose Employees Club is supporting middle school science classrooms and teachers in the area. The club donated $1,000 each to Centennial Middle School, Columbine Middle School and Olathe Middle School.

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Center for Mental Health to open crisis clinic in Montrose

The Center for Mental Health announces it has purchased and intends to renovate into a crisis clinic the property located at the corner of Cascade and South 2nd Street in Montrose. When completed, this building will be open and available 24 hours a day for those experiencing a behavioral health crisis.

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Delta couple mobilizes retired military truck for relief effort
Delta couple mobilizes retired military truck for relief effort

About a month ago, Delta resident Will Secrest bought a five-ton truck in Texas -- a behemoth he planned to use to haul hay, move animals and even hook a plow up to.

The camouflage green open bed truck was originally used by the Louisiana National Guard. It was later donated to a JROTC program and eventually retired.

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Houghton and associate arrested after pursuit in Utah

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.

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DCMH receives prestigious international award

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.

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