Hot on the trail of a grant

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Photo by Dean Humphrey

A recumbent cyclist rides the Riverfront Trail on Wednesday just east of 32 Road. Much of the trail has been paid for in grants, and Great Outdoors Colorado has contributed a number of those dollars.

City hopes to win cash to complete two local routes

The Grand Valley needs trail connections, and local organizers believe they have two outstanding candidates to receive special grant dollars.

Complaints preceded chief leaving

Records provided Wednesday to The Daily Sentinel under court order show former Delta Police Chief Robert Thomas may have been investigated for alleged misuse of a privileged Colorado law enforcement computerized database, among other claims of wrongdoing.

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