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Funding needed for art wall

The art wall at Elsewhere Studios is in dire need of help.What has fast become a focal point of the community, the wall at Elsewhere was created as an educational project and built by professionals and volunteers over a perio...

Cedaredge High School pays tribute to veterans

Cedaredge High School and Middle School (CHS and CMS) combined to celebrate Veterans Day on Friday, Nov. 10, with an assembly honoring military veterans and their families. The moving and inspirational program included patrio...

Get a sneak peek at new event center

The new Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center (GMAEC) will host a sneak peek of its future plans this Friday. The public is invited to the event Friday, Nov. 17, at the Cedaredge Civic Center, 140 NW 2nd Street.

Storytelling with a brush

It's hard to say if Cami Bair is primarily a painter who uses stories to enhance her work, or if she's really a storyteller who uses pictures to amplify her stories. But she melds the two art forms so beautifully that the lin...

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Law enforcement blotter November 15, 2017  258 views

Dale J. Scarrow, 39, of Delta was arrested and jailed on charges of obstructing a peace officer/drove vehicle while revoked/owner operated an uninsured vehicle/fictitious plates/failed to display valid registration.

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Humor provides release for debilitating disease  231 views

Humor provides release for debilitating disease

From a young age, we're taught not to laugh or point fingers at people who look or act differently from us. So when Stanley Arnett cracks a joke about the tremors in his arms and hands, not everyone sees the humor. But Arnett says the comedy routine is what keeps him sane.

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WSCC celebrates 40 years of stewardship  170 views

WSCC celebrates 40 years of stewardship

The Western Slope Conservation Center will present the annual Mountain Film Festival this Friday at the Paradise Theatre in Paonia. The festival is part of the worldwide tour of the annual MountainFilm Festival held each May in Telluride.

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