Did you know that Storyville Cinema, downtown on 1st S Street is featuring indie films this month? Though-provoking and NEWLY RELEASED titles are now being shown AND in crisp digital format.
We’re talking films critically acclaimed and just now appearing in East Coast cinemas lucky enough to get some of the limited screenings available for these movies. Included among others this month are three that have just been reviewed in the New Yorker: “Robin Wright at The Congress“, “The Trip to Italy” and [...]
Jo Boatright, concert pianist now living in Buena Vista, invites everyone to the first 2014 – 2015 season Walden Chamber Music Society Concert on Sunday, October 26 at 3 :00pm at the SteamPlant Theater in Salida.
We’re a small Salida group intrigued by the idea of using the postcard and local talent as a medium for exploring and celebrating life in the Upper Arkansas River and San Luis Valleys (altitude, a common denominator for the land and cultures of both valleys, gave us our name: “Postcards With Altitude!”).
Lori is running because she knows all of us in Chaffee County need a qualified County Clerk – a committed public servant who will maintain the integrity and efficiency of the office.
REGISTRATION is open for events including a 5K Cannibal Crawl, Beard & Mustache Contest, and the coveted Rib Cook-Off. Come down and enjoy live music from Kicker and Mountain Minstrels of Colorado. See the Melodrama “The Treasure of Shiver River” performed live at the Ute Theater, sandwiched between free screenings of Cannibal! The Musical.
Mark your calendar for Thursday, October 9, when Salida Recreation is proud to host Dr. Duane Vandenbusche from Western State Colorado University. Dr. Vandenbusche is an author, historian, and beloved professor and presenter whose program is not to be missed! He will bring the past alive, covering the area from Monarch on down to Wellsville. 7 – 8:30 pm in the Steam Plant Theater (please note move from ballroom). Tickets are $5 at the door, and a cash bar will be available. Please call 539-5703 with any questions.
In August, Cotopaxi resident David Ragland was honored by the Tennessee Highway Patrol for saving the lives of two children who were caught in a fiery car crash last year.
Obamacare was promoted as providing health care insurance for the “uninsurable”. … Now, under Obamacare, we pay EVEN higher premiums for even higher deductibles.
“The Story of Earth” is the story of planet Earth’s origins and its evolution to where it is today. Whereas most Earth histories concentrate on only the last 12% of Earth’s existence – after life became abundant – and thus focus on life’s evolution, this story starts when Planet Earth formed, and tells about the coevolution of Earth’s geosphere, biosphere and atmosphere.
The U.S. Forest Service – San Isabel National Forest- Leadville Ranger District is planning a prescribed burn in northern Chaffee County, potentially starting early October, 2014, when weather conditions are favorable. The area is located near the Three and Four Elk Subdivisions, five miles northwest of Buena Vista.
Salida Recreation Department and various other Friday Enrichments providers are pleased to offer you an array of offerings this autumn!
The Colorado Mountain Club will partner with Trout Unlimited to complete riparian restoration work along Jim Creek near La Jara Reservoir and is looking for volunteers for October 11 and 12, 2014.
It seems to me, having lived here for 30 years, that the only thing that DOW does is to make hunting and fishing more complicated.
The third annual season of Colorado Symphony concerts in Salida–presented by KHEN Community Radio–will kick off with a gala fundraiser party on Thur. Oct. 2 at 5:30 pm in the SteamPlant Ballroom.
Autumn in the Upper Arkansas Valley is a wonderful time to celebrate the region and its abundant harvest. One great event for children and families is Guidestone’s 8th Annual Pumpkin Patch & Harvest Festival at the Hutchinson Ranch in Salida. The Pumpkin Patch is a three-day celebration open to the public, offering a variety of activities and amusements for the whole family, including horse-drawn wagon rides to the pumpkin patch, pony rides, farm games, crafts and face painting, and great food!
Jimmy Descant and friends will hold their Annual Friends Garage Sale on Saturday, Sept. 27, 8-12, 221 Palmer (no early birds please). But just as Jimmy has done in the past it will be that twist of being a Reverse Garage Sale also, where you bring cool collectible stuff that he may use in his art, for trade or sale.
Lori Mitchell is the most qualified candidate for Chaffee County Clerk and Recorder, so I am
voting for her.
SMT will again join efforts with the Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) and the Forest Service to work on the new Cottonwood trail work on Saturday and Sunday September 27 & 28. VOC requests that volunteers pre-register ASAP so they can plan for tools, supplies, food, and camping.
On September 12th, the body of Ed Bartheld was found by his neighbors in the crawlspace of his home. It appeared that Ed had shot himself. He lived alone at the end of a road in the Ghost town of Turret Colorado. He was 92 years old. Fate placed me in the middle of this story, and I feel the need to tell it from my point of view. In my opinion, the media has covered it poorly. It’s complicated, but let me try to explain.
This letter is to express my appreciation for the work of our county coroner, Randy Amettis, for the cooperative relationship he has established with the sheriff’s office during the course of the past twelve years and to urge my fellow citizens to return him to office this November.