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Cedaredge begins program to curb feral cat population

A totally new animal control program designed to improve the health of cats living in Cedaredge's feral cat colonies and to reduce the risk of disease transmission to humans is being made available to the public at the Cedare...

Mountain lion taken near town

On July 21, on a private property three miles north of Cedaredge, a marauding mountain was taken. The property owner, who asked that her name not be used, told the DCI that state wildlife official had given permission for the...

An impetus to create

Karen Brueggemann has been creating objects of art her whole life. She has been selling her creative works since she was in junior high school.But it has been only since she and Ted, her husband of 54 years, began their move ...

Holding fast to her hometown roots

To say that Jeneve Rose Mitchell has done a lot in her 17 years is an understatement. She grew up living off the grid near Crawford, where she recently helped a mare having a difficult labor to deliver her colt.

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Niece of missing Paonia man doesn't want him forgotten  64 views

Niece of missing Paonia man doesn't want him forgotten

Marla Bear Bishop wants her missing uncle to be found. Until he is, she doesn't want people to forget him.

Gary Goldman, 77, is a bit of a curmudgeon, she said. And he loves to walk. "My whole life I saw my uncle walking," said Bishop.

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Paonia PD back on pedal patrol  53 views

Paonia PD back on pedal patrol

After a 14-year break, the streets of Paonia will once again be patrolled by bicycle. Police officer Stewart Byrge recently completed training as a bicycle police officer, and took to the streets Saturday afternoon.

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Hemp testing facility approved by Paonia board  49 views

Hemp testing facility approved by Paonia board

The Paonia board of trustees voted last week to approve a special use permit for AllHemp Trading Limited (AHT) to operate a hemp nursery and testing facility at 719 Second Street.

During a more than two hour public hearing held Aug. 8, AHT CEO Elliott Brown fielded numerous questions from trustees and the public on issues including chemical use and storage, public safety, noxious fumes and odors, noise, traffic, lighting and hours of operation.

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