DMTC Students Simulate Elderly Life
Posted by <> on 2/6/2017 1:39:00 PM.
Nursing Students at Delta-Montrose Technical College participated in an eledery simulation. The Students wore special glasses to experience the poor vision. They also wore weighted vests, wrist, knee, and elbow restraints, and gloves, and walked with a walker to give them an understanding of the physical constraints with aging.
students, elderly, dmtc

Commissioners Mulling Event Center Review
Posted by <> on 2/6/2017 10:43:00 AM.
Montrose County Commissioners are considering hiring Denver law firm to get an opinion of the already approved Events Center. The previous county board approved the Event center in November however, new commissioners Roger Rash and Keith Caddy are not sold on plan due in part to public outcry. 
montrose county, event center, review

Drive By Shooting
Posted by <> on 2/6/2017 10:40:00 AM.
A man was cited after he allegedly shot his firearm from the vehicle he was riding in. According to the Montrose County Police Blotter, Deputies were called to Elephant Skin Road last Friday afternoon just after 1:00. 40 year old Ramon Perez-Cisneros was charged with having a loaded gun in a vehicle and shooting from a public road.
montrose, county, driveby

Two Charged for Meth Dealing
Posted by <> on 2/2/2017 1:48:00 PM.
The Western Slope Drug Task Force and other agencies, seized about 10 pounds of drugs, firearms, and ammunition during a traffic stop. On the night of January 26th, Mesa County authorities stopped a car on I 70 with California plates. Police found 10 pounds of meth as well as ammo and firearms, including an AR-15.
drug task force, interstate 70, meth

28 Days of Generosity
Posted by <> on 1/31/2017 5:07:00 PM.
The 5th annual 28 days of generosity begins today. Each day of the month has a special cause. Today is military day, February 7th is Neighbor day, February 13th is give blood day. Sara Plumhoff is the executive director of the Montrose Community foundation.The Montrose community foundation handed out grants to local organizations. 
28days, montrose, community, foundation

Montrose Youth Charged at School
Posted by <> on 1/31/2017 5:05:00 PM.
A 14 year old Montrose girl is facing charges for bringing a weapon to school, and possessing marijuana. The incident occurred at Columbine Middle School on Monday. Police say the child was taken to Grand Mesa Youth Services in Grand Junction.
Montrose, Youth, Charged, School

Tipton Concerned About Green Card Recipients
Posted by <> on 1/30/2017 1:42:00 PM.
3rd district Colorado congressman Scott Tipton says he's concerned about the confusion in the wake of the President's executive order on the refugee moratorium. Tipton encourages people that have green cards and believe they've been impacted by the executive order to contact one of his offices.

Three Minors Cited for Pot Use
Posted by <> on 1/30/2017 1:40:00 PM.
Three children were cited for smoking pot in public in Delta last week. According to the Delta Colorado Police blotter, a 14 year old boy from Eckert, a 13 year old girl from Eckert and a 13 year old girl from Delta were ticketed for Open Use of Marijuana in Public.
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