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Sign up now for Back the Blue fundraising 5k

Joining in a nationwide effort to unite communities and recognize the dedication and sacrifices of law enforcement, the Cedaredge Police Department (CPD) will host a "Back the Blue" 5k run/walk on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Registration is ongoing for the 5k race which starts at 9 a.m. at the Lions Pavilion in Cedaredge town park.

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Garden club takes trip to Milk and Honey Homestead

The members of the Plant & Dig Garden Club gathered early on our meeting day last month for our excursion to the Milk & Honey Homestead. This unique operation, owned by Tammi Boggan, features the sale of non-pasteurized milk.

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Arts center sets November calendar

The Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center (GMAEC) will host a variety of events and classes this month. Some activities require a fee and advance registration.

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Library launches 'Voices of the Western Slope' series
Library launches 'Voices of the Western Slope' series

Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center and Delta County Libraries present "Voices of the Western Slope," a series of entertaining, engaging, and informative presentations on noteworthy topics of the Western Slope.

The first presentation in the quarterly series is "The Ute Indians" with Alma Evans. Evans, PhD, has worked with the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose as a docent.

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Cedaredge 2019 budget is available

The Town of Cedaredge Board of Trustees and town staff are continuing to work on the preliminary 2019 town budget leading up to adoption in December. The final draft budget has been submitted to the trustees and made available to the public.

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Fall Clean-up Day is this Saturday

The Town of Cedaredge is asking people to refrain from burning leaves. Instead, the town requests that residents bring yard and household trash to the public works parking lot from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, November 10. The public works parking lot is located at 160 SE High Country Avenue.

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Veterans to be honored at events Friday and Saturday

Veterans Day falls on Sunday, Nov. 11, this year so special events honoring those who serve and sacrifice will take place on Friday and Saturday.

Friday, Nov. 9, marks the Cedaredge High School veterans' celebration which begins with a school assembly at 10 a.m.

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It's a bazaar world out there

A few holiday craft shows have already come and gone but some big ones are still in the offing. It's time to mark the calendar so as not to miss local and regional bazaars.

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What's bugging you? Nov. 7, 2018

A new nuisance pest has been added to our list in western Colorado, the elm seed bug. Native to Europe and the Mediterranean region, it was first detected in the U.S. in 2012.

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Horizons Care Center embraces Halloween

At some care centers death may be a forbidden topic. If residents die, they and their belongings may simply disappear, leaving an empty room behind.

But at Horizons Health Care Center residents who die are not forgotten.

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Hours of food bank extended

Surface Creek Community Services announces the addition of family-friendly hours for the food pantry. To accommodate working families, the food pantry will be open Wednesdays from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. beginning Nov. 7.

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Comments sought on proposed TDS tower

Telephone and Data Systems (commonly known as TDS Telecom) has submitted a specific development proposal to erect a pole exceeding 40 feet in height. Although it does not specify an exact location for the proposed development, a notice of the proposal has been posted at the intersection of Ward Creek Road and Brimstone Road in Cedaredge.

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Register now for police department fundraising 5k

Joining in a nationwide effort to unite communities and recognize the dedication and sacrifices of law enforcement, the Cedaredge Police Department (CPD) will host a "Back the Blue" 5k run/walk on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Registration is ongoing for the 5k race which starts at 9 a.m. at the Lions Pavilion in Cedaredge town park.

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Pets not welcome at Cedaredge Cemetery

The Cedaredge Cemetery District has updated its rules and regulations regarding accessibility for pets as of Oct. 25.

The new regulation reads:

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Gardeners donate 298 pounds of fresh produce

The Cedaredge Community Garden celebrated its 10th anniversary with a successful season. Although the water situation this year was a challenge, gardeners were able to grow and harvest their produce using water-saving methods.

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Orchard City expects more revenue in 2019

On Oct. 10, the 2019 proposed budget was presented to the Orchard City Board of Trustees. Highlighted are the following:

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Arts Center presents unique evening of music and poetry
Arts Center presents unique evening of music and poetry

On Saturday, Nov. 3, the Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center (GMAEC) will host "Last Dance at the Eagles on a Saturday Night." The unique event features music and poetry.

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Cedaredge trustees approve appointments, hear updates

Meeting in regular session on Oct. 18, the Cedaredge Board of Trustees approved the appointment of a new town attorney, replacing Steve Harper of Hotchkiss who will soon retire from that position. Carol Viner of the Montrose-based firm of Masters & Viner was approved by the trustees with trustee Dayton Myers abstaining because he was not present when the trustees conducted interviews of prospective applicants.

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Brownfields presentation turns to discussion on OC vision

On Wednesday, Oct. 24, the Orchard City Board of Trustees and planning commission members met with Jamie D. Silverstein from Community Builders to learn about brownfields and discuss ways to improve the town. The first half of the evening was spent in education, the last in discussion.

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Neighbors turn out Saturday to offer a little help
Neighbors turn out Saturday to offer a little help

Last weekend 25 volunteers assembled at Cedaredge town park, then they dispersed to help their older neighbors with yard and household tasks. The volunteers were taking part in Service Saturday, an event sponsored by A Little Help of Delta County.

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Lions check kids' eyesight

Last week members of the Surface Creek Lions Club checked the eyesight of students from Little Sprouts Community Preschool and the Backpack Early Learning Academy. With parental permission, preschoolers sat attentively and looked into the "face" of an ingenious non-invasive screening device.

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