|Posted by <> on 9/29/2016 10:40:00 AM.|
Someone stole an orange ATV and trailer in Delta last week. Police say the 2009 Polaris and black trailer were taken September 26th on the 1300 block of east 7th.
|atv, trailer, stolen, delta|
|Gunnison Authorities Want Your Help Solving Recent Crimes|
|Posted by <> on 9/29/2016 10:39:00 AM.|
A Gunnison Police car was vandalized last week. At around 10:30 Monday night somebody damaged the windshield on a City of Police car. Police say the car was unattended at the time.
|gunnison, crime stoppers|
|Posted by <> on 9/29/2016 10:35:00 AM.|
San Miguel County will hosts an Indigenous Peoples Day. Accoring to organizers, The San Juan Mountains were opened up for settlement by the U.S. military 135 years ago which relocated various Ute bands from the San Juans to reservations in Colorado and Utah. San Miguel County, the Towns of Mountain Village and Telluride are sponsoring Indigenous Peoples Day Oct. 8th.
|indigenous, utes, san miguel|
|Posted by <> on 9/28/2016 9:55:00 AM.|
CDOT is urging people to buckle up, as the number of highway deaths around Colorado is on the rise. As of September 20th, 423 people had died in crashes this year, which compared to 415 at the same time in 2015. Nearly 150 of the 2016 crash victims were not using seat belts.
|cdot, highway, deaths|
|September 28th Burn West of Montrose|
|Posted by <> on 9/28/2016 9:54:00 AM.|
Fire officials for the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests plan to conduct the Little Monitor Prescribed Burn (Units 1-3), beginning Wednesday, September 28. The Little Monitor Project site is located north of the 25 Mesa Guard Station, approximately 26 miles west of Montrose and about 23 miles southwest of Delta, CO. The burn area is located at the junction of 25 Mesa (NFSR #503) and Cottonwood Roads (NFSR #504).
|national forest, prescribed burn|
|Two MDs Honored at Fall Clinic|
|Posted by <> on 9/27/2016 9:57:00 AM.|
At Montrose Memorial Hospital’s 45th annual Fall Clinics event on Friday September 23, two individuals were recognized for their outstanding contribution to the community.
The Fall Clinics Physician of the Year award went to Dr. David Dreitlein. A Board-Certified physician specializing in Emergency Medicine at Montrose Memorial Hospital, Dr. Dreitlein was recognized by the Fall Clinics committee based on a number of criteria, including innovative care, continuing education, ongoing contributions to quality medical care, and more.
Dr. Dreitlein provides leadership for many important positions inside and out of the hospital. Dr. Dreitlein was recognized for his work with the State Emergency Medical and Trauma Services Advisory Council, CareFlight medical services, Maslow Academy, Emergency Services Medical Director, and is past chief of staff at MMH. His leadership is instrumental in ensuring the excellent quality of care in the region’s emergency medicine.More
|doctors, honored, mmh, fall clinic|
|Posted by <> on 9/27/2016 9:50:00 AM.|
The Mesa County Sheriff's Office says it has found no sign of a man who been missing since last Friday. Scott Burke of Craig left for a camping trip that day and did not return. The Sheriff's Office, the Civil Air Patrol and the Bureau of Land Management are cooperating to search the areas where Burke was supposed to be camping.
|craig, man missing, Mesa County|
|Posted by <> on 9/27/2016 9:48:00 AM.|
San Miguel Power Associations says residents claim the new LED street lights, installed in Nucla, Naturita, Norwood and Rico are defective. SMPA replaced these fixtures with extras that it had in stock. SMPA says the failing lights were the result of a manufacturing defect that occurred in the products sold to the towns at the time.
|led, lights. west end, smpa|
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