A completely reconstructed announcer's booth, also known as the "Crow's Nest," will greet Cedaredge Bruin football fans at home field games this fall.
The new Crow's Nest will be accompanied by a new set of grandstand bleachers for the Bruin fans.
Town streets remain a top citizen complaint for the Cedaredge Town Board and there may be renewed focus on budgeting for the problem in 2018.
For the second year in a row, the town board begins its budget discussions with a call for high priority on maintenance of the asphalt on town streets.
The U.S Forest Service, Grand Valley Ranger District has issued a temporary closure of the east end of the lower Crag Crest loop, Monday through Friday, through Aug. 25.
This closure will prohibit public access from the east trailhead at the Crag Crest Campground along the lower loop (NFST 711) to the intersection at Butts Lake/Bullfinch Reservoir #1.
How time flies! It seems like yesterday when I led a group on this flower walk. But it was really years ago.
Leapin' lizards! Am I really going to include a reptile in my beasties series? You bet I am. The most interesting, to my mind, is the plateau striped whiptail (Aspidoscelis velox). This lizard is truly an Amazon!
Cedaredge High School graduate Lexee Wilson on Aug. 10 was named the top vocational agriculture student in the state and presented with the Future Farmers of America Colorado Star Farmer award. She will be leaving soon for college at Colorado State University in Fort Collins with plans to continue her success in agriculture by pursuing a veterinary medicine career and eventually giving back to the community that she says "has given me so much."
Orchard City constituents turned out for the town board's Aug. 9 meeting with comments offered to their government on management of the water utility, on marijuana businesses, and on the town board's fiscal responsibility.
Dave Stueck offered comments on the town water utility.
At the Orchard City Town Board meeting on Aug. 9, it was announced that the trustee Cannabis Revenue Committee has performed the task assigned to it by the full town board.
"We feel we have completed our work," announced Tom Huerkamp who along with Gynee Thomassen comprises the committee membership.
On July 21, on a private property three miles north of Cedaredge, a marauding mountain was taken. The property owner, who asked that her name not be used, told the DCI that state wildlife official had given permission for the animal to be taken.
A totally new animal control program designed to improve the health of cats living in Cedaredge's feral cat colonies and to reduce the risk of disease transmission to humans is being made available to the public at the Cedaredge Police Department.
The program is called "TNR," which stands for "trap, neuter, and release."
The Orchard City Town Board is scheduled to hear a further report from the Cannabis Revenue Committee -- trustees Tom Huerkamp and Gynee Thomassen -- on potential town revenue from licensing fees on marijuana business at its regular Aug. 9 meeting.
The draft report update is a one-page document dealing with "manufacturing, testing, and transport licenses."
Well, the time has arrived. And hummingbird warfare has begun. The black-chinned was here but now he's gone and the rufous has come back ... again.
To improve patient access, a priority for Delta County Memorial Hospital, the hospital has moved rehabilitation services and blood draws into a clinic at 1240 S. Grand Mesa Drive in Cedaredge.
Brooke Loucks, DPT, provides physical therapy on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The annual Serenity Run motorcycle rally brought several hundred participants to Cedaredge last week for a massive celebration of the clean and sober lifestyle.
Serenity Run riders were greeted in traditional style with a welcome dinner provided by members of the Cedaredge Assembly of God.
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