If you live in a rural area of Colorado or even some of our towns, your garden could become a target of unwanted deer, maybe even a few elk or moose.
Dealing with these pests can be challenging and even frustrating.
During the regular meeting of the Cedaredge Town Board on April 16, the trustees dealt with the following matters:
• Golf pro Larry Murphy reported that annual golf pass sales are up from last year, and he gave trustees an update on various marketing promotions and activities including the Western Slope golfers card and hole sponsorships purchased by local businesses.
The phone’s ringing and it’s Jim Wallace …
there’s a peregrine falcon at Hart’s Basin!
The Cedaredge Community Band has changed its rehearsal time to Thursday nights at Cedaredge High School band room at 7 p.m.
The band welcomes new talent — or older talent that just needs to knock the cobwebs off the horn and get the lips back in shape!
The Class of 2015 is in the process of finishing up business for its last day in class on May 15.
Some of the activities and events leading up to the seniors’ last day of school and graduation a week later on May 23 have been held and are still scheduled, according to school officials.
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