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  • The City of Delta announced the resignation of Councilor Ryan Crick from the Delta City Council on Monday. Crick, a social studies teacher, resigned with Delta Middle School last week. Delta County School District Superintendent Caryn Gibson, declined to comment further due to the sensitivity of the personnel matter related to his resignation.
  • Highway 50 - Delta’s Main Street was closed due to an active fire that destroyed a business in downtown Delta on Wednesday. According to information released from the City of Delta, Delta County Communications received a 911 call at about 4:28 PM regarding a structure fire in the 200 block of Main Street.Main street in Delta was reopened yesterday according to Delta City Manager Elyse Casselberry in a press release. Third Street remains closed between Meeker and Main Street until further notice.
  • The City of Delta will continue to improve its main street thanks to a $13 million dollar grant from the federal government. The Western Slope Conservation Center is working to raise donations to rebuild several washed sections of the Paonia River Park and K-8 trail system. The City of Delta wrapped up its first inaugural 4th of July Western Sky Balloon Festival held over the long holiday weekend.
  • The first inaugural 4th of July Western Sky Balloon Festival held in Delta, Colorado over the long holiday weekend brought joy to thousands of spectators. The four day event was hosted by the City of Delta and financed by numerous local sponsors.The city contracted with Balloon Meister Doug Lenberg from New Mexico to bring twelve balloons to Confluence Park. The event also featured a local balloon from Cedaredge bringing to total to thirteen.
  • KVNF’s Lisa Young interviews Casey Dukeman, Public Information Officer City of Delta; Rob Miller, Pickin’ Productions; Elyse Casselberry, Delta City Manager and Haley Jackson, Delta resident about the Cleland Park Music Series as well as the 4th of July Western Sky Balloon Festival, music at Fort Uncompahgre in August and an update on the Egyptian Theatre in Delta.
  • Anti-abortion group Colorado Life Initiative is seeking to criminalize abortion through a ballot initiative for 2024. Delta County Commissioners offered a public proclamation during Tuesday’s board meeting declaring June 2023 as Immigrant Heritage Month.The City of Delta will be hosting a public information update on the status of the Main Street traffic calming project at 6:00 pm Wednesday June 28. The 15th annual Ridgway RiverFest will be held tomorrow complete with races, prizes, beer, and a rubber ducky hunt Saturday June 24.
  • On this week's Local Motion KVNF's Lisa Young interviews Casey Dukeman and Whitnee Lear from the City of Delta on Fort Uncompahgre and 4th of July Western Sky Balloon Festival.
  • KVNF’s Lisa Young recently spoke with Tracy Ihnot, Delta County Libraries Communications Coordinator, about the upcoming Delta library move, changes for library patrons and what they can expect in the coming months.
  • The Basecamp Apartments in Montrose is gearing up to move in new residents, according to the City of Montrose. It’s been a year since the City of Delta began its Main Street Demonstration Project, and according to the Delta County Independent, the city is ready for phase two. Getting from point A to point B can be a challenge for many in our area. KVNF’s Lisa Young spoke with Sarah Curtis, Executive Director of All Points Transit, on what’s available as well as a new route planned for this spring.
  • City of Delta residents recently received a public water notice in their water bills regarding a "failure to test backflow prevention devices," reports the Delta County Independent. According to city staff, the notice was required by new state regulations, but the city's water is still presumed safe. As the Town of Paonia reaches the third anniversary of its water moratorium, Interim Town Administrator Leslie Klusmire continues to look for direction from the town board on language contained in the 2020 ordinance.