Fort Uncompahgre was a lively site Saturday. Visitors in period costume sampled traditional Mexican fare while browsing the open air market. Vaqueros traversed the courtyard on horseback, while kids gathered under a large canopy for games organized by the Girl Scouts.
A quick start helped Cedaredge High School get by a scrappy Vail Christian football team at last Friday night's Homecoming game in Cedaredge.
A brisk evening greeted a full house of Bruins' fans for the opening kickoff. Vail Christian won the coin toss and elected to receive the ball to start the game.
Celebrate the Beat (CTB) invigorated North Fork Montessori @ Crawford School's (NFM@C) first weeks of school. The mission of CTB, a non-profit organization, is to embody academic study through dance and music, and to promote leadership and excellence.
With the school year off to a great start, Vision Charter Academy would like to recognize some of its dynamic new employees.
Since coming to Paonia High School four years ago, Scott Burns has documented school life in sketches. He has dozens of them.
The Festival Market, offering a vast variety of locally-harvested produce, locally-produced foods and other products, opens at 4 p.m. Friday and runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturday, local growers and producers welcome visitors as part of the self-guided farm tours.
Since 2001, the annual Mountain Harvest Festival has brought to the stage an eclectic assortment of handpicked local and regional musicians. Mojo will get the party started during the Chili Cookoff Friday in Paonia Town Park.
An eye-catching sign depicting Paonia and its bountiful harvest and beautiful views is finding new life, thanks to a few volunteers, a tractor, and a little bit of community service.
This summer, Crawford resident and Rotary Club of the North Fork member Jeff Skeels decided to check out a hand-painted sign hanging sloppily near the road along Highway 133 near Paonia.
Mel Edmunds would have totally enjoyed the 15-year reunion of the Cedaredge Hikers at Town Park last week.
After all, having the event was his idea to begin with.
From pancakes to lamb fajitas to barbecue, the Cedaredge FFA Chapter knows how to turn out huge quantities of tasty food. The students enhanced Homecoming festivities with a tailgate party featuring lamb and beef from Homestead Meats, slowroasted pork, Mountain Fresh corn, apples from Fritchman orchards, beans, dinner rolls and ice cream.
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