A fishing derby hosted by Gunnison Gorge Anglers kicked off Outdoor Heritage Day in Confluence Park last Saturday. Winners of the fishing derby were Charlie Hellman, who placed first for the most fish caught.
Prep sports are officially completed, for Delta County schools, following the recent conclusion of last weekend's Class 2A baseball championships in Pueblo.
There are many activities which may be enjoyed by athletes and spectators in surrounding communities.
Surrounded by impossibly large buildings, cheered on by masses of spectators, and supported from thousands of miles away by their hometown, the Cedaredge High School Music Department marched down historic Constitution Avenue blasting the school fight song.
Cedaredge's third spring street festival, Celebrate Cedaredge, featured this year another round of presentations for local buildings that have been included in the town's historic register.
Brass plaques were presented for the owners of three buildings to display on the outsides of their structures and which indicate they have been included in the town's historic register and Heritage Trail historic walking tour.
Along this familiar stretch of road there were clumps of Jim Hill Mustard last week. And here they are, still in full bloom!
A new, full-color brochure detailing the Cedaredge Heritage Trail historic walking tour has been published and is available from the Surface Creek Valley Historical Society at the Pioneer Town visitors' center, and at the Surface Creek Chamber of Commerce office.
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