Exit 42 trash pick up.
Jim Cox Saturday morning, a group from the Palisade Sunrise Rotary met to once again do a highway area clean up at the Exit 42 area in Palisade. This was the first opportunity since Covid 19 that the State had [...]
USDA Disaster Designation: Colorado, June 18, 2020
Dear members, I would like to thank the offices of the United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue, Senator Cory Gardner, Senator Michael Bennet, Congressman Scott Tipton, Governor Jared Polis, State Representative Matt Soper, and Commissioner Rose Pugliese for working [...]
Events & Activities
Olde Fashioned Christmas Recap!
Dixie Burmeister Last month on December 6th and 7th, downtown Palisade was magically turned into a Hallmark movie setting, with the “best yet” town Christmas lighting filling the town as The Palisade Olde Fashioned Christmas presented by Hummel Real Estate [...]
We Are Open!
Members, Happy May! It is a new month filled with new opportunities. Businesses are opening again, and the Palisade Chamber of Commerce is no exception. We are excited to open our doors to the public on Monday! If it all [...]
Photo of the Month
Packing peaches the old-fashioned way
Farmers' trucks line up along the unloading dock, unloading their packed boxes of peaches to await transport by rail. This was the United Fruit Growers west platform, and was located from Kluge Ave. west to where the Sara Lee trucks [...]
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FOR 2019 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES
Coop Country Stores in Fruita, Nucla and Palisade are offering scholarships to area high school graduates. Scholarship awards can range from $500 to $4,200. Two different scholarship opportunities are available. Fruita Co-op/Agriculture Future of America (AFA) Leader and Academic Scholarship. Award [...]