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Colorado Grand makes pit stop in Cedaredge

A parade of exotic, high priced sports and touring cars in Cedaredge last week attracted a crowd of curious onlookers numbering upwards of 200.The event was a pit stop on the 28th annual Colorado Grand auto tour that has in t...

Branching out

If a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, then you might say that Ryan Strand's artistic journey begins with picking up a single stick.Strand is the artist behind the many stick art sculptures found in the N...

Ag education eyed for Rogers Mesa site

A vision for the Rogers Mesa Research Center is taking shape as collaborators come together to revitalize a unique community resource.Established in 1961, the CSU Rogers Mesa station engaged in research in tree crops, grapes,...

Dan Dean dives into Paonia town business

Paonia interim town manager Dan Dean has only been on the job about three weeks, but he's quickly learning the ropes. He's toured some of the town's facilities, met with several citizens, and last week attended his first meet...

A celebration of food, arts, agriculture

What started as a tiny three-day street festival in celebration of the local harvest has grown into three solid days of food, art, agriculture, drink, music and more.This weekend marks the 16th anniversary of Mountain Harvest...

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Field tour visits small hydro power project  19 views

Field tour visits small hydro power project

On the morning of Aug. 30 a field tour sponsored by the Delta Conservation District left the Delta County Fairgrounds in route to Powell Mesa. Its destination: A newly installed small-hydro power generation facility just north of Hotchkiss that has benefitted by years of work to enable inspection and approval of small hydropower facilities in Colorado.

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Three festivals comprise the High Holy Days  19 views

Well, the High Holy Days are upon us! But just what are the High Holy Days?

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Gallery's new owners are thrilled with the move to Cedaredge  18 views

Gallery's new owners are thrilled with the move to Cedaredge

Scott and Stacy Malmgren, the new owners of Munson's Main Street Gallery, are looking forward to an exciting weekend and plan to add to the AppleFest fun with special events of their own. On Saturday, former owner Tracy Munson will be working as a barista, preparing lattés, espressos and smoothies while the Malmgrens dish out ice cream (including handcrafted ice cream sandwiches made especially for AppleFest).

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