Get ready for the Colorado Grand because a host of classic automobiles are headed our way. As many as 85 vehicles will pass through Delta County on the final leg of their multiple-day 1,000-mile route through the Rocky Mountains.
By all accounts, the Surface Creek Saddle Club had a successful summer this year. Competition was keen in the 2018 Saddle and Buckle Series gymkhana.
There are limited vendor spots available for the 2018 Applefest being held Oct. 6-7.
"We listened to feedback from our community and are happy to announce this year we are offering different rates for vendors," said Alisha Komives, executive director of the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce.
Volunteers of America and Senior CommUnity Care PACE (SCC-PACE) is pleased to announce Justin Williams as the program's new full-time chaplain. Williams will share his time between the program's two day center sites in Montrose and Eckert, serving the spiritual needs of the program participants.
The trustees present at the Sept. 5 workshop for Orchard City were eager to tackle the agenda and get to work on various matters. First, they reviewed the ordinance for regulating the cultivation and possession of marijuana.
The Christian family would like to thank everyone for their support and fundraising that has been done for our family. We are overwhelmed and humbled by the kindness that has been shown.
For its August meeting the Plant & Dig Garden Club was privileged to once again draw from a talented member of our club for an outstanding program.
Patt Jones hosted and directed us in "Flower- Pounding 101."
Delta County veterans will next gather for a meet-and-greet coffee on Tuesday, Sept. 18, from 10 a.m. to noon at The Pondy in downtown Cedaredge at 220 West Main Street. Veterans are invited to drop in anytime to meet comrades and interact with veterans' service officials.
The Town of Cedaredge board of trustees will continue to discuss the 2019 town budget during a work session on Thursday, Sept. 13. The budget work session will begin at 5 p.m. followed by a regular town work session.
The annual Eckert School reunion luncheon for anyone who ever attended the Eckert School is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 19, starting at 12 noon at the Eckert Presbyterian Church, 13025 Highway 65.
This year's Applefest, scheduled for Oct. 4-7, is only weeks away and local organizations are gearing up to do their part to make the annual event a success.
For 12 years, the congregation of the Grand Mesa Southern Baptist Church has worked with the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce and town police to provide security for Applefest.
Because the Cedaredge Police Department does not have a fulltime detective on staff, a death deemed suspicious has been turned over to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
Each month a new story appears for the enjoyment of hikers who frequent Cedaredge's Surface Creek trail. Displayed on a series of trail-side placards, the stories begin at the portion of the trail that intersects with SE Independence Avenue and they continue sequentially north toward SE Deer Trail Avenue.
Have you ever noticed that one patch of grass in your garden that's inexplicably dry or burned? Ever wondered how it got there? Here's a hint.
After six weeks discussing drought condition indicators, the Orchard City drought task force is preparing to move to phase two of its plan. This phase will focus on developing guidelines for conserving and reducing water use should a drought be declared.
Members of the Black Canyon Camera Club are being featured at the ImpressionZ Gallery during the month of September. An opening reception is planned Sept. 7, 5 to 7 p.m., during the final First Friday Art Walk of the season.
The annual Eckert School reunion luncheon for anyone attending the Eckert School will be Wednesday, Sept. 19, beginning at noon at the Eckert Presbyterian Church.
"How do we live with dementia?" is the first question Joe Agne, pastor of Cedaredge United Methodist Church, will address in a fall preaching series that will pair questions asked by members of the congregation and the parables of Jesus. The series began Sunday, Sept. 2.
After record snowfall followed by record drought, Mike and Rose Wenner, owners of Grand Mesa Lodge, are still standing and so is their new building. Their lodge is situated at 10,500 feet in a rustic area adjacent to Island Lake and it was recently reconstructed, virtually from scratch.
Learning geology in a classroom and laboratory is key to understanding and teaching Earth systems, but experiencing geology firsthand in the field is a whole different story. Instead of chalkboards on the horizon, wide-open vistas fill your eyes.
The last of Cedaredge's First Friday art walks will take place from 5-7 p.m. on Sept. 7.
But it only marks the end of the 'outdoor' season.
The Valley Symphony Association (VSA) kicks off the all-volunteer arts organization's 48th season with two free "Pops in the Park" concerts on Saturday, Sept. 8, in the Cedaredge Town Park and Sunday, Sept. 9, at Cobble Creek Golf Course in Montrose. Performances start at 5 p.m.
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