"It is easy for a congregation to scratch a community where it doesn't itch," according to Joe Agne, pastor of Community United Methodist Church in Cedaredge. "In 2018 we will listen to voices from our community to hear the needs of our community."
The Orchard City Women's Club is approximately 100 years old, and members usually meet the first Friday of the month at the Orchard City Town Hall, 9661 2100 Road, Austin, at 1 p.m.
In January, the club elected new officers for the year.
Tatum Gilmore, a Delta High School student, was honored by Mayor Ken Volgamore and the Orchard City Board of Trustees as the January Orchard City Student of the Month. With a GPA of 4.25, Gilmore has received academic letters for the past two years.
The highway's dry and the scenery is magnificent! We've passed Montrose and ahead the San Juan mountains, gleam bright white against the clear blue sky.
Laughter, Christmas greetings, the camaraderie that is felt between valued friends. These gifts were shared by members of the Plant and Dig Garden Club as they gathered on Dec. 14 at R & J's restaurant for our annual Christmas celebration.
The Cedaredge Rod and Gun Club held its annual meeting last Saturday at the Stolte Shed. Dinner was catered by the Cedaredge High School Future Farmers of America and FFA students acted as volunteer servers.
The first meeting of the Orchard City Board of Trustees in 2018 was held on Jan. 10, focusing primarily on the upcoming municipal election slated for April 3. All members except Gynee Thomassen, who was excused due to a prior commitment, attended.
The Cedaredge Board of Trustees met on Jan. 11 in a discussion-only work session to review items scheduled for action at the regular trustees meeting. Interested citizens are encouraged to attend the regular trustees' meeting on Thursday, Jan. 18, at 5 p.m. in the Cedaredge Civic Center, Grand Mesa Room, 140 NW 2nd Street.
The Grand Mesa Summit Challenge Sled Dog Race is scheduled Jan. 27-28. This event is sponsored annually by the Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club, The Rocky Mountain Sled Dog Club (RMSDC) promotes the art and joy of dog mushing through racing events and camaraderie.
Three tall cottonwood trees had to be removed last week from the 500 block of Main Street in Cedaredge. TLC Tree Services was contracted to remove the trees, which owner/operator Jeffrey Haswell described as "in advanced decline" with a "die-back projecting high into the crowns."
Sunshine streams in through shop windows as a group of origami enthusiasts meet in downtown Cedaredge to drink coffee, socialize and fold squares of colorful paper into elegant cranes. Group members, who have named themselves "The Craniacs," gather for a morning of folding every Saturday in the front room of Stacy's on Main Street.
As another year begins, a random and completely unscientific survey of Cedaredge businesses suggests two things: sales for Christmas 2017 kept pace with -- and sometimes exceeded -- the 2016 holiday season and prospects for 2018 look bright.
Stacy's on Main is a coffee shop, gift store and restaurant in downtown Cedaredge.
Like the sandhill cranes that visit Fruit Growers' Reservoir every year, Erik Hansen has come full circle. But, unlike the birds, he's here to stay.
The first meeting of 2018 of the Orchard City Board of Trustees was held on Jan. 3. All trustees, town administrator Melissa Oelke and town attorney Jeff Hurd were present.
Do you sometimes have spiders or other creepy crawlers in your house? Could any of these house pests be the result of your landscape? The answer to these two questions is yes.
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