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Hundreds of summits – Salida Rec Travelogue, Apr 16

Jon MacManus will present on his on-going quest to summit every one of Colorado’s 500 plus 13,000 foot peaks. Although these peaks are not the very highest in Colorado, many of them are technically very difficult and remote.


Proposed zoning code changes would remove longstanding citizens’ rights

If you have a non-conforming dwelling structure (one that violates existing setbacks but is allowed to continue) of any type, changes to Footnote 3 of Table 16-D of the new proposed Chapter 16 will take away your longstanding, valuable rights and privileges to rebuild it on its existing footprint.


Paddlefest makes a splash with Club Kids!

We sat down last week with three of the Boys & Girls Club members who were chosen by the Club’s staff to participate in the special advance rafting adventure on May 17th. Mya Baldwin, 12 and Kyle Feighner, 10, took a few minutes to share their excitement about the upcoming trip.

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USFS plans prescribed burn near O’Haver Lake

The U.S. Forest Service – San Isabel National Forest-Salida Ranger District is planning a prescribed burn in southern Chaffee County, potentially starting in mid-April to May, 2014. The area is located near O’Haver Lake adjacent to County Road 200. A temporary road closure may be necessary to provide for public and firefighter safety.


Youth mental first aid course offered

Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches a 5-step action plan to offer initial help to young people showing signs of a mental illness or in a crisis, and connect them with the appropriate professional, peer, social, or self help care.


Creative summit merits attention

It is now 3 weeks till Salida, Colorado’s first designated Creative District, will host the 3rd annual Creative Summit.

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Preregister for the 9Health Fair

The 9Health Fair is coming to Salida on Saturday, April 26, from 6:30 a.m. until noon at Salida Middle School, 520 Milford St., Salida. Anyone 18 and older can participate in the fair’s low-cost and free health screenings.


Caboose moves downtown

Last week, Mayor Jim Dickson and representatives from the Salida Museum watched as the little red caboose in Centennial Park was moved to its new home.

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Trout Unlimited presents Gunnison River work – Wed, Apr 9

The Gunnison Gorge Anglers TU chapter recently completed two interesting and important projects. Come listen to Marshall Pendergrass, the current Vice President of TU’s state council, Colorado Trout Unlimited and the immediate past president of Gunnison Gorge Anglers.