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Old Slaughterhouse lists Applefest winners

Matt Sheader from Cedaredge's Old Slaughterhouse music and entertainment venue has announced the winners of this year's Applefest competitions. The venue sponsored a "Coolest Ride" contest and a "Pin-Up Girl" competition.

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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.

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Little Sprouts playground gets a major makeover
Little Sprouts playground gets a major makeover

Rain or shine, kids and adults agree it's a great overhaul.

It was a bright autumn day earlier this month, when a crowd of adults and children gathered for a ceremony to officially open the newly designed playground for Cedaredge's Little Sprouts Community Preschool.

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Trustees meet in regular session Oct. 18

The Town of Cedaredge Board of Trustees will meet for a regular meeting at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18. The agenda will be a full one and the public is encouraged to attend.

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OC discusses interest earnings, removes trustee from DCED board
OC discusses interest earnings, removes trustee from DCED board

The Orchard City board of trustees held a regular meeting Oct. 10. While approving the September minutes, disbursements and financial statement, trustee Mel Cook asked if the town had invested yet in COLOTRUST. This would be evident on this month's statements.

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Cedaredge trustees review latest draft of 2019 budget

The 2019 budget is continuing to take shape. The current draft budget is balanced and all funds are projected to carry a cash balance forward on Dec. 31, 2019.

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Art exhibit features a Son of the West

The western and wildlife art of Rudl Mergelman is on display this month at the Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center (GMAEC).

Mergelman is a Colorado native and descendent of pioneer families who homesteaded in Iola Basin.

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Growing season winding down for garden club

What fun it is to share the bounty of our gardening labors.

That is exactly what the members of the Plant & Dig Garden Club did for their September meeting.

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Service Saturday scheduled
Service Saturday scheduled

A Little Help of Delta County will sponsor its second "Service Saturday" on Oct. 27. The immediate goal of the Saturday morning event is to help local senior citizens with home and yard tasks.

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Rose Garden Club announces programs

Regular meetings of the Rose Garden Club are held on the third Friday of each month, usually in members' homes and always followed by refreshments. Our club plants and helps maintain flowers in the gardens at Horizons Care Center and Pioneer Town plus contributes to the Cedaredge Community Garden.

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Orchard City working on tiny home regulations

The Orchard City Board of Trustees had a full agenda to cover at tits work session on Oct. 3. To start, it discussed briefly the marijuana ordinance which will allow 12 plants per resident. The first reading will be at the regular meeting Oct. 10.

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Applefest by the numbers

Covering Cedaredge's sprawling Applefest event is a challenge. The festival can be overwhelming with its multiple booths, its ever-changing array of events, and its surging crowds of apple-enthusiasts.

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Notes of festival harmony

Whether sitting on a blanket or in a lawn chair or watching from beneath the arching folds of the town park canopy, those who experienced the music of Applefest 2018 were treated to a non-stop array of talent.

All weekend, musicians from Delta County, Nashville, Texas, and California graced the outdoor stage in Cedaredge's town park.

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Applefest survives gloomy forecast

Rain clouds were attacking -- from the south and the north -- and radar outlined a swirling cauldron of dragon-shaped storm patterns surrounding Cedaredge. It was less than 48 hours before the start of Applefest 2018 and it was beginning to look like this year's festival was about to open smack-dab in the middle of a gloomy forecast.

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