Surface Creek
Friday August 22, 2014

Businesses and local governments waiting for news that an economic turnaround has begun will have longer to wait, a state agency says.
A recent report by the Colorado State Demographer’s office details some of the economic challenges faced by local business and government because of population trends in  this area.

The Cedaredge trustees, wrestling with 2015 budget issues at an all-day work session last week, want to see park facilities for residents given higher priority than a new municipal court chamber and council meeting room.
Juggling available finances for a budget year when $100,000 in new cuts from the general fund are a priority, trustees are willing to forego a remodel of council chamber and municipal court room.

With final farewells said and appropriate respects paid, the big, shiny motorcycles of the 29th annual Serenity Run departed from Cedaredge on Sunday.
There were many pledges of “Let’s do it again next year.”

The Surface Creek Saddle Club (SCSC) benefit concert, featuring Ray Carpenter, raised more than $3,200. The concert was held at the Stolte Shed in Cedaredge on July 25.

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Wolf Sanctuary
If there is a market, someone will provide the product (at a price). Wolf-dog breeders provide that product.

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