Letters from our readers.
Posted by Cutler Ferchaud on May 10, 2013
I would like to personally thank the Salida Police Department for their due diligence in catching the two idiots that ran amok through town last week. Great job. Cutler Ferchaud http://cutsoutside.com/
Posted by Friends of Over the River (FOR) on May 10, 2013
Christo is funding a large bighorn sheep habitat enhancement program currently underway near Parkdale.
Posted by Bill Hudson on May 9, 2013
I was not paid thousands of dollars to offer my opinion on the SGM report. I offered my input and my research absolutely free of charge…
Posted by Hal Brown on April 30, 2013
The state constitution’s arbitrary imposition of term limits on local government officials, such as county commissioners and city councilmen, doesn’t seem to me to be appropriate for our hospital board.
Posted by Laura Carno on April 30, 2013
I won’t go as far as calling the Salida ballot language intentionally deceptive, but I will call it intentionally manipulative.
Posted by Elizabeth Ritchie on April 26, 2013
Anyone who lives in the hospital district (Chaffee County, western Fremont County, northern Saguache County) and is a registered voter can vote in this election.
Posted by Friends of Browns Canyon on April 12, 2013
This organization has been active for years with its main goal to gain permanent protection for Browns Canyon. The time has finally come, and Senator Mark Udall has proposed his draft legislation to create Browns Canyon National Monument that he will present later this session to Congress after compiling comments and feedback from the public.
Posted by Ken Leisher on April 5, 2013
As a small community hospital, we at Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center (HRRMC) share the concern regarding the cost of health care and do our very best to control costs.
Posted by Judith E. Hicks on March 24, 2013
Still walking and pondering, as it became clear my own thinking was, in its own way “backwards”, I decided to start a club. It is a “Drones for Peace” club.
Posted by Citizen Team on March 17, 2013
The Alpine Orchestra is seeking additional members to play in the spring concert series.
Posted by Jody Karr-Silaski on March 16, 2013
In 2012, the Southwest Conservation Corps engaged 453 AmeriCorps members, young adults and current era military veterans, on critical conservation projects throughout the Southwest.
Posted by Citizen Team on March 16, 2013
It turns out, Salida LOVES pie.
Posted by Robin NeJame on March 12, 2013
In Salida, Friday is a day when many working and non-working parents are looking for worthwhile activities for their children and when kids have time on their hands and can be attracted to things they see as fun and useful.
Posted by Caswell Rico-Silver on March 8, 2013
On March 1st, Monarch Ski Patrol hosted the 28th Annual Ski Patrol Fundraiser at the Boathouse Cantina in downtown Salida.
Posted by Citizen Team on March 7, 2013
I am a resident of Salida and one of your constituents. I read in the Denver Post today that you were quoted as saying that “My district is widely opposed to it” referring to civil unions.
Posted by Jimmy Descant on March 6, 2013
Who is actually going to get paid first and who will actually benefit?
Posted by Citizen Team on March 5, 2013
The 2013, Run through Time Marathon/Half-Marathon has officially filled up. This means that on March 9th beginning at 8:00 am the Salida Mountain Trail System will have nearly 350 people running at various speeds and various places along it.
Posted by Marilyn Marks on March 4, 2013
I would respectfully suggest that Council take a hard look at the election-related activities and Mr. Hanlon’s claims and the fees he has charged the City for his unprofessional actions.
Posted by Citizen Team on March 4, 2013
This year’s Pole Pedal Paddle will be held on Sunday, April 21st, 2013 in Salida, Colorado.
Posted by Citizen Team on February 9, 2013
A recent event in Denver displayed two Over The River preparatory works that Christo recently presented to Gov. John Hickenlooper as a gift to the citizens of Colorado. The next morning, the two works were installed in the governor’s office.