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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...

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...

The strange story of turkey tails

Intensive livestock farming is a huge global industry that serves up millions of tons of beef, pork and poultry every year. When I asked one producer recently to name something his industry thinks about that consumers don't, ...

Eighth graders have hands-on solar lab

Solar Energy International's (SEI) Solar In the Schools (SIS) outreach program hosted its fourth Solar Lab Days for eighth grade students from Delta Middle, Cedaredge Middle, Hotchkiss K-8 and Paonia Jr. High schools on Novem...

Innovative business ideas surface at 'Trout Tank'

Innovative business ideas can come from anywhere, at any time. But how many great business ideas never come to be because the path from idea to launch can be daunting, difficult to navigate, and downright scary. A collaborati...

Arts center touted as a 'dream come true'

One hundred and twenty arts enthusiasts braved a stormy night Nov. 17 to get a "sneak peek" at plans for the new Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center (GMAEC) which is due to open in downtown Cedaredge in Spring 2018. GMAEC board...

Bon voyage

Jude and Marv Kieca of Cedaredge have traveled and hiked over a very large part of the world. Their latest trip was to Australia this past March, arranged through Road Scholar which specializes in hiking trips.

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Neighbors who joined the search for a missing 78-year-old woman say it's "truly a miracle" she was found in an extremely wooded area nearly a mile from her house.

Carol Gamble was reported overdue from a walk at about 2 p.m. last Saturday.

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