Surface Creek
Wednesday October 01, 2014

What’s more American than apple pie?
And who makes the best apple pie in the Surface Creek area will soon be determined, as this year’s AppleFest is adding a pie-tasting contest to its already robust list of activities.

Plans are underway to open a brew pub in Cedaredge.
The downtown retail space formerly used for Cedaredge Floral and the adjoining antiques store will be remodeled and used for the brew pub operation, said building owner Barb Breitnauer.

With fall rapidly closing in on us, this is a good time to make one last-ditch effort to control your weeds. You might be a little late if you wanted to use pre-emerge herbicides for cheatgrass (downy brome) control.

The Cedaredge Cemetery District and Town of Cedaredge will participate in a mediation of their disagreement over water, a district official has confirmed.
The mediation will probably take place next month, said Mike Street, president of the Cedaredge Cemetery District board of directors.

Members of the Valley Symphony Orchestra, with concertmaster Debra TenNapel and under the orchestral direction of Mike Kern, opened their 44th musical season with a free, outdoor summertime concert, Pops in the Park, at Cedaredge Town Park on Saturday.
The orchestra was joined with a performance of the Valley Symphony Chorus under the direction of Jan Tuin.

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