We’re on our way up the Grand Mesa. We passed through the town of Cedaredge and came to the pinyon-juniper woodlands above Aspen Trails resort.
A problem created by a home constructed partly in an alleyway years ago was dealt with by the Cedaredge town board.
Trustees held a public hearing on the alley vacation ordinance during their regular meeting on June 19.
On Tuesday of this week passenger vehicle access to Highway 65 and the Grand Mesa will be reestablished at I-70 exit 49.
The Colorado Department of Transportation reports that the eastbound 1-70 on-ramp will be used as an exit, under flagger control, to allow traffic to move southbound on Highway 65.
Funds from the donations that animal lovers statewide make for the special vehicle license plates have paid for new, clean, comfortable cat enclosures at the Friends of Cedaredge Animal Control.
Funding from the statewide program is a welcome boost for the Friends’ shelter in Cedaredge, one of the community’s highest regarded ongoing projects, and one which receives generous local support year-round as well.
This was an exciting kickoff week for the summer reading program at Delta County Libraries. At the Delta and Cedaredge libraries a special guest, the Grand Junction Rockies’ mascot, Corky the Coyote, attended the kickoff parties.
“The children loved to see Corky, said district director Annette Choszczyk. “He played with all the attendees, signed autographs and participated in the activities.
“For many children, this is the first time they saw a mascot.
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