On Saturday morning, the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Cedaredge firefighter Bill Van Houten led the 9-11 Honor Run. Donations for the event are going to fellow firefighter AJ Navarro and his wife Sierra. Sierra is pregnant with a child named Sawyer who will be in need of a number of heart surge…

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The third annual Tour de Cedars is set for Sunday, Sept. 26. The lively tour of five beautiful and unique homes runs from noon to 5 p.m. In addition to an open house tour, each home site will feature a singular blend of local food; wine and cider tastings; displays of local artwork; and live…

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On Tuesday, Sept. 28, the First Baptist Church of Cedaredge will be hosting a special and exciting event as it brings in the group Adam’s Road, a ministry and worship music team to perform and give a testimony. This event will be free to attend.

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2020 Audit PresentationKicking off the Sept. 8 Town of Orchard City Board of Trustees meeting, Pete Blair of Blair and Associates gave the 2020 audit report presentation, which came up normal and clean and determined that, thanks to a loan, the town would not need to be transferring funds fr…

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Drawing more than 250 music lovers, a Friday, Sept. 3, outdoor concert in Cedaredge marked the return of Rene and Wayne. The talented pair, who perform as the duo “Bittersweet Highway,” have been on hiatus as Rene battled cancer. Their concert appearance marked an outpouring of community sup…

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According to an Aug. 30 press release, Cedaredge Tire and Auto is participating in a campaign for the entire month of September in conjunction with Team Rubicon, a veteran-led nonprofit that focuses on disaster relief, calling on our community’s support when buying tires for September 2021.

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Once again, it’s time for Awana at the Cedaredge First Baptist Church, as the traditional, long-standing children’s program is set to return on Sunday, Sept. 19. Each week from there on out, it will take place each Sunday from 4-5:30 p.m.

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After months and months of hours upon hours of town meetings, legal discussion, writing of legislature and public hearings for candidates, the Town of Cedaredge ultimately came out with some set-in-stone decisions late into the night of Aug. 5.

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The Surface Creek Community Fund (SCCF) was established last year to create a community-wide funding vehicle which provides a charitable investment account to benefit the people of Austin, Cedaredge, Cory, Eckert and Orchard City.

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On Aug. 29, Kim Briarwood of Cedaredge was ordained as a minister of the Spiritual Awareness Center and the Spiritual Awareness Global Communities in a ceremony at Lions Park Community Building in Montrose. The ceremony featured a keynote address by Rev. Catharine Gates and an address by the…

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The Cedaredge Rotary Club’s Summer Scramble Golf Tournament begins at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4, at the Cedaredge Golf Club. There’s still time to sign up for the annual event or buy a raffle ticket for a Saturday drawing.

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The Surface Creek Animal Shelter (SCAS) has launched a project to develop a space adjacent to the current shelter building to create a “dog enrichment program.” The space will serve as a place for dogs to exercise as well as a location for dogs and prospective adopters to interact.

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At the Thursday, Aug. 19, Cedaredge Board of Trustees meeting, Town Administrator Greg Brinck publicly announced his resignation, informing the board and the constituents that he has accepted the position of assistant town administrator in the Town of Eaton, stating “This opportunity more cl…

With the return of live concerts at the Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center still fresh in the news, the third concert since that return is taking place at 7 p.m. this Wednesday, Aug. 18. It is featuring Sean Harrison, a self-described “southern songwriter.”

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Xavier “Xavi” Saenz has joined the staff of Cedaredge Community United Methodist Church (CCUMC) as the young people’s minister. Saenz, who grew up in Delta County and is founder of Delta Pride, will develop youth and children’s ministries and programs that will welcome youth and children fro…

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Delta County veterans meet in Cedaredge on the third Tuesday of every month. Veterans gather for a meet-and-greet coffee from 10 a.m. to noon at The Pondy Tavern in downtown Cedaredge at 220 W. Main St. The group met on Aug. 17 and it’ll meet again on Sept. 21 and Oct. 19.

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Last week saw a joint meeting of members of two organizations which coordinate community giving and distribute grants to local nonprofit groups. Representatives of the Western Colorado Community Fund (WCCF) and the Surface Creek Community Fund (SCCF) assembled at the Grand Mesa Arts and Even…

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All day on Aug. 7, The Pondy held its annual Cancer Warriors Walk as the final event in this year’s campaign to support medical costs for 7-year-old Archer Brown, the son of Cedaredge Police Officer Josh Brown and his wife Kerensa.

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This month, Cedaredge’s historic Pioneer Town will host a series of talks on subjects of local interest. The talks, which are free and open to the public, take place on Thursday evenings.

This upcoming Saturday, Aug. 7, is the big day for the Pondy Cancer Warriors fundraising efforts of The Pondy. It’s the concluding Cancer Walk at the Cedaredge Town Park, scheduled from 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

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It was that traditional International Serenity Run this weekend in the Surface Creek Valley, meaning in-town residents and visitors were likely to see a massive uptick in the number of motorcycles scattered about.

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It’s that time of year again. This weekend, the International Serenity Run (ISR) will be coming through Cedaredge, so residents of the area can expect lots and lots of bikers riding for the purpose of sobriety.

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Last year, the newly established Surface Creek Community Fund (SCCF) awarded grants to eight local nonprofits. A total of $10,500 was distributed to support community activities which took place in 2020-21. This year, the SCCF expects to award between $15,000-20,000 to applicants with the am…

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This summer, Cedaredge’s historic Pioneer Town continues to host a series of talks of subjects of local interest. So far this month, Andy Wick, who operates Upper Valley Holstein in Austin, spoke on the history of the dairy industry and retired U.S. Forest Service expert, Clay Speas shared h…

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In November 2020, the newly established Surface Creek Community Fund (SCCF) awarded grants to eight local nonprofits. A total of $10,500 was distributed to support community activities which took place in 2020 and 2021. Grants were awarded to a variety of organizations ranging from a communi…

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From 7-10 a.m. on Friday, July 30, and again on Saturday, July 31, Grand Mesa Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 9221 and Auxiliary will be serving pancake breakfasts at the Stolte Shed in Cedaredge.

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Update: The following story describes the grant process for KVNF matching grants. KVNF general manager, Ashley Krest, announced in a July 15 email that, as a result of the DCI story, the four remaining KVNF Community Radio grants have all been awarded. Please do not contact the station as ou…

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