Posted by Steve Stucko on April 8, 2010
Gravel pits are one of the many operations which are both a necessary component for our community’s sustainability as well as having the potential to harm the environment and our sustainability if improperly executed.
Posted by Bill Donavan on April 7, 2010
Publisher encourages support of Salida School’s new CEO
Posted by Bill Donavan on April 6, 2010
A semi-regular editorial by Bill Donavan, Salida Citizen Publisher
Posted by Citizen Team on April 6, 2010
A local speaks out on the Salida High School
Posted by Eric Tauer on April 6, 2010
Trail work will consist of trail construction and maintenance around “S” Mountain.
Posted by Citizen Team on April 5, 2010
An increasing number of businesses have found that adopting strategies to keep their employees healthy ultimately cuts costs and improves their bottom line.
Posted by Steve Stucko on April 5, 2010
Join Guidstone for a celebration and fundraiser on Sunday, April 11, from 5 until 8 pm at the Boathouse Cantina in Salida next to the F Street Bridge. A $5 bill will get you in and buy you a chance at some tempting raffle prizes, as well as foot stompin’ music by “Local Honey.” Tickets will be available at the door.
Posted by Hayden Mellsop on April 2, 2010
After last weeks skunk, we float through town on a lovely afternoon, and find redemption in the form of a few fish, and a cold PBR.
Posted by The City of Salida on April 2, 2010
Article for April 2, 2010
By Rob Vance
With spring is on the way, I wanted to take this opportunity to update everyone on some of the projects that have been going on in the City. First, the hot water line to the pool has been moving along at a good pace and we are getting close to having the first tie-in. After it is completed, we should start seeing a little hotter water at the pool. The project will then move to [...]
Posted by Citizen Team on April 1, 2010
The triple play jackpot totaled $42,358.05 and included the use of a 1997 Dodge Caravan minivan with special addition Okeechobee Grand Casino vinyl wrap graphics for one full year.
Posted by Steve Stucko on March 31, 2010
“Today, I want to announce a sea change. People across America who value bicycling should have a voice when it comes to transportation planning. This is the end of favoring motorized transportation at the expense of non-motorized.”
Posted by Chuck Rose on March 29, 2010
If the the staff of the City of Salida do not have the knowledge or experience to plan and move a project forward, they hire people who have the necessary credentials to do what staff cannot.
Posted by Citizen Team on March 29, 2010
Cartoon of the week
Posted by Hayden Mellsop on March 24, 2010
Sooner or later in every person’s life, there comes a time when you have to put your money where your mouth is. Walk the talk. Put up or shut up. And so today, it was my turn. I have gone to great lengths in the past to convince fishing clients and fellow anglers that catching fish is not really what fishing is about. Usually this conversation comes at the end of a long hard day when the fish haven’t been co-operative and you are looking for pearls of wisdom to help cushion the disappointment of being skunked.
Posted by Bill Donavan on March 24, 2010
Another spring storm.
Posted by Steve Stucko on March 24, 2010
Congressman Salazar announces a $205,000 federal grant for the Southwest Conservation Corps
Posted by Citizen Team on March 22, 2010
Today, March 22, is World Water Day, an annual UN-sponsored day of action to support access to clean, safe water for the world’s people.
Posted by Citizen Team on March 21, 2010
Our first foray into cartooning. Got something to add? Perhaps political?
Posted by Bill Donavan on March 20, 2010
Let nature be the model we use to design landscape.
Posted by Citizen Team on March 16, 2010
We are getting ready to break ground on Salida’s first public pump track and skills course.