At their March 5 meeting Commissioners Doug Atchley, Mark Roeber and Don Suppes made two appointments to the county planning commission. Steve Shea was reappointed for a three-year term.
The Hotchkiss High School football team knew that competition in the 1A Western Slope Conference wasn't going to be easy.
The Bulldogs got a look at just how tough the league gets when No. 7 Meeker came to Hotchkiss and dominated from the opening kickoff till the last whistle in a 36-7 win last Friday night.
Delta's Panthers had an excellent week of soccer. Coal Ridge is ranked third in Class 3A soccer with its 2-1-0 and 8-1-0 record in 2016.
Delta High School's golf season was successful in many ways, including a trip to state (as a varsity team) for the first time in the school's history.
A playoff at regional play in Delta made it possible for the Panthers to make the trip to state as a team.
Last Friday's prep 1A football game between the state 1A number three team, Paonia, and the number seven team, Cedaredge, was a win for both teams in regards to half of play.
The Bruins dominated Paonia for the game's first 24 minutes and used two scores in the second quarter to take a 14-6 lead to the locker room for halftime.
An art walk will take place Friday, Oct. 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Delta.
There are those who believe that music is religion, and going to live concerts is like going to church on Sundays.
If you are one of those people, you'll want to worship at the Paradise Theater on Saturday night.
With ideal autumn weather arriving right on cue, AppleFest 2016 racked up a two-day run that brought success to every event, to every enterprise and to everyone involved.
The Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce-sponsored event brought lots of customers to local businesses.
Though the drizzle and chill of last Thursday's weather didn't match the nice weekend days of AppleFest 2016, Thursday evening's low, gray skies did provide the perfect environment to enjoy lots of homemade chili and support the community's volunteer firefighters.
The perfect weather on AppleFest Saturday was all the high-octane fuel that auto enthusiasts needed for driving 123 registered entries to the pleasant confines of the Pioneer Town Arboretum for this year's Pioneer Town Car Show.
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