The press has been good to Monarch. This is a link to a Denver Post piece.
This is the letter sent to the City of Salida by Dave and Kerry nelson of Ploughboy Inc..
As the days warm and lengthen, a fisherman’s mind turns away from the mountains and towards the river.
This is a press release from the owners of Ploughboy Inc.
In an effort to educate the general community about the importance of Colorado’s cities and towns, The Colorado Municipal League (CML), to which the City is a member, is sponsoring “If I were Mayor” essay contest for 7th and 8th graders.
February 17, 2011 photos of the Cotopaxi rock slide and cleanup efforts.
Nominated by Congressman Doug Lamborn & Senator Michael Bennet, Christopher J. Coscarella is one of approximately 280 Appointees selected to attend the Academy from around the nation and the world, out of over 2,000 applicants.
The Colorado Avalanche Information Center is facing a potentially crippling budget cut, and users and supporters of the CAIC need organizations, agencies, and individuals to write letters.
Dr. Payton is board certified in both otorhinolaryngology (ENT) and oro-facial plastic surgery by the American Osteopathic Board of Otorhinolaryngology.
How amazing it is to feel alive! And, yet, many of my breathing hours have been squandered trying to numb how intense and overwhelming that very aliveness can seem. I have definitely developed ways to shut down or distract myself from experiencing the fullness of living.
U.S. Highway 50, about a mile west of Cotopaxi, remains closed this morning after a rockslide blocked the roadway yesterday afternoon.
Scholarships now available online
Salida High School is proud to announce that Senior, Riley Johnson has been named a finalist for the Boettcher Scholarship.
As a finalist, Boys & Girls Clubs of Chaffee County – Salida Branch will receive one of 50 cash awards of up to $2,500 to benefit their organization from Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Staples Foundation for Learning.
Salida Recreation will continue to run Ski Buses to Monarch through March 12th. The bus leaves the Salida Hot Springs Aquatics Center promptly at 8:30am and leaves Monarch at 3:30pm each day.
Only with the combined care of Dr. Hunter; our superb hospital; professional physical therapy and the Pilates Studio am I confident of a full recovery.
Having goals to focus on is important. Frequently I ask my clients to write down their goals and put the list up in places where they can see them several times a day – the bathroom mirror, the car, the fridge etc. Visualizing your goals is also an empowered way to achieve them.
The City currently has vacancies for the Board of Adjustment, Board of Appeals and the Historic Preservation Commission.
The cold weather has increased our calls regarding both frozen meters and pipes. It is important that as the temperatures drop below zero that if you have had a history of freeze ups or are going to be absent from your home for extended periods of time that you plan for these cold spells.
Help Rachel get back to Ghana to further the mission of the Kayayei Association by voting for her and commenting on her application on the Students in Service Awards website.