Delta High School

  • State issues daily press release: 8 confirmed cases of COVID-19, testing continues
  • Largest source of methane to be collected, flared by coal mine
  • Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff scores big electoral win in Democrat caucuses
  • Bureau of Reclamation selecting options to help relieve salty Colorado River
  • Delta High School girls basketball team goes to State for second year in a row

  • Democratic senate primary field gets smaller by one
  • Four groups partner together for land trusts in Western Colorado
  • New interactive map highlights climate changes in state
  • Predicted bomb cyclone event over Thanksgiving misses much of Western Slope
  • Delta Panthers make first football state title game since 1961

  • Delta County officials hold third in series of Community Forums about land use
  • Dialogue about new land use regulations hinges on courtesy, civility
  • Delta High School students represent League of United Latin American Citizens

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Students from Delta High School came to Paonia Town Hall on Thursday night to talk about civility in public discourse. The teenagers are part of a club called the League of United Latin American Citizens, or LULAC. The students came to Thursday's Community Forum and shared their experiences about conducting positive dialogue among groups with diverse viewpoints. KVNF News spoke with three of the students to get their perspectives.

  • Ban on so-called 'conversion therapy' being considered at state house
  • Delta High School freshman makes wrestling history
  • Wrestlers from around area make impression at state girls tournament
  • Electoral votes would go to popular vote winner under new bill
  • Funding for high speed broadband in Delta, Montrose hits snag

  • Delta High School science teacher wins fellowship to study climate change
  • National Geographic ambassador talks about journey of exploration
  • Capitol Conversation interview about a couple of bills at state house

  • Science teacher from Delta High School wins fellowship, goes to Greenland
  • Initiative 97, defining strict oil and gas setbacks, needs signatures to get on ballot
  • Two suspected of starting Lake Christine wildfire turn themselves in
  • Largest child care facility in Mesa County closes

KVNF News spoke with Delta School District Assistant Superintendent Kurt Clay about a Delta High School student who committed suicide last weekend.

  • Monks visit Hotchkiss as part of Sacred Arts of Tibet tour
  • Delta High School graduate files suit against Delta County School District
  • Citizens Health Insurance Program set to expire Oct. 1st unless Congress acts
  • More oil and gas development on Battlement Mesa initially approved