Today we are a nation at war against terrorism. The armed forces of the United States are fighting the terrorist armed forces in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq and are working hard to protect our country against those who would do us harm.
The much-anticipated opening of Pioneer Town is Saturday, May 26. As in the past, opening day is known as Heritage Day, with special events from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cowboys -- some carrying guns and others guitars -- will be roaming the historical village.
The dirt surface of a rodeo ground should never be hard-packed. A so-called "hard pan" surface is dangerous for horses and riders alike.
Anticipation and curiosity about the Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center is about to end! Join us to celebrate our Grand Opening, "Art on the Edge," beginning Friday, June 15, at 5:15 p.m.
The Town of Cedaredge Board of Trustees met May 17 at the Cedaredge Civic Center. Mayor Eugene Welch proclaimed May 13-19 as National Police Week to pay tribute to local and national law enforcement.
You've probably heard of IPM or Integrated Pest Management. But what about an even more holistic approach? Try PHC or Plant Health Care.
This is the story of how a carpenter who lived 2,000 years ago transformed a present day forester into a devoted follower. Years ago, when Nicholas "Nick" Greear was a rebellious teen, he walked away from his nominal Christian upbringing.
Melinda Katchur, the Surface Creek Saddle Club's secretary/treasurer, recently gave a tour of the arena grounds. Much work has already been completed to prepare for the club's summer gymkhana series.
Two groups of students -- one which TP'd the campus and the other which spray painted vulgar sayings on outbuildings and picnic tables at Cedaredge middle and high schools have been identified.
The Orchard City Board of Trustees met in regular session on May 9, with all trustees present.
Newly elected to the board, trustees Doug Keller and Jan Gage asked procedural questions as the board dealt with routine matters of agenda, minutes and financials.
The Town of Cedaredge board of trustees met for a brief executive session and a longer work session on Thursday, May 10. The purpose of the executive session was stated as being "to determine positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; and instructing negotiators."
Changes will create better and safer access to Cedaredge High School. According to Kurt Clay, assistant superintendent for public relations at Delta County School District 50J, construction is well underway on a new entryway for CHS.
It was an historic day for the Grand Mesa Arts and Events Center when workers installed a colorful stained glass panel on May 3. The panel is now permanently in place over the building's main entrance at the intersection of SW 2nd and West Main Street in downtown Cedaredge.
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