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Bowie withdraws gasification request

Bowie Resources, LLC., has withdrawn its application to the Division of Reclamation, Mining and Safety in Denver for a technical revision in the permit application for the Bowie No. 2 Mine located near Somerset.

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Catching up with Sharon's Kids
Catching up with Sharon's Kids

The Crawford-based organization Sharon's Kids wrapped up a successful 2016 with a snowboarding trip on Dec. 30 to Powderhorn.

The outreach program provides year-round activities to deserving elementary and middle school kids in the North Fork area and Delta County.

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Hart fundraiser set for Saturday

Whether you're a master at the game of pool, or you just want to do something to support a good cause, hustle down to Thomas Waldo's this Saturday and support the fundraiser for Clarence "Bill" Hart.

Hart, a 15-year veteran officer on the Paonia Police Department, military veteran, husband and father of three, was recently diagnosed with Stage 4 small-cell lung cancer.

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North Fork group to join Denver Women's March

A grassroots effort to have the North Fork Valley represented at the Jan. 21 Women's March on Denver is growing. The march is scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, at Denver's Civic Center Park.

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Paonia welcomes high-speed connections
Paonia welcomes high-speed connections

When Mike and Gretchen King moved to Paonia to start Revolution Brewing, they brought with them an unconventional business model based not so much on profit as on progressive ideas that support the community. It's worked well, said Mike King. The Rev will celebrate its ninth anniversary this May.

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Crawford recall ballots to be mailed the week of Jan. 17

Ballots for the Feb. 7 election to recall Crawford Mayor Wanda Gofforth will arrive in mail boxes as early as Jan. 18. Delta County chief deputy clerk Rene Loy Maas said the county expects to mail out ballots the week of Jan 17.

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Hotchkiss to update master plan in 2017

The Town of Hotchkiss is preparing for a periodic review of its community master plan in 2017 and is hoping for public input and participation.

The Hotchkiss Community Master Plan, in part, provides a statement of community goals and objectives and an assessment of the town's needs, said Tom Wills, a trustee and lead planner on the Hotchkiss Planning Commission.

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