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Community Swim Meet

Come one, come all to the Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center for this community event!  This meet is appropriate for anyone who is at least 8 years old and capable of swimming one length of the pool non-stop.  A schedule of events will be available closer to the meet, but will include both short and longer distances.  Sign-ups for for specific events and warm-ups will begin at 8:00am: event will begin at 9:00am.  Cost is $5 for the entire event [...]

New Year’s Day 5K Run/Walk

Ring in the new year with a 5k run/walk! Runners, walkers….everyone is invited! It’s a late start for those who stayed up late the night before. Race cost is $10; participants can pre-register at the pool or register the morning of the race (beginning at 9am) at Riverside Park/Scout Hut. We will have light refreshments and hot chocolate after the race and a sparkling cider toast before we begin.  Contact the Salida Recreation Department at 539-5703 or at for [...]

Gratitude for Full Circle Restorative Justice

My family and I were repeated victims of vandalism. Like anyone would, I began to fear for my family’s safety. Angry, disgusted are only a fragment of the emotions we experienced during that time.

Moonlight Pizza’s Full Circle Restorative Justice fundraiser

Dear Parents, Teens and Community Members,

On behalf of Full Circle Restorative Justice (FCRJ), I would like to
invite you to dine at Moonlight Pizza in Salida on Monday, Nov. 8,
2010, to help support our Victim-Offender Conferencing program. We
appreciate your participation by dining in or taking home a pizza from
the “Best Pizza Place in Town” – which will donate 10% of that day’s
profits to Full Circle. This fundraiser will enable us to continue
with the processing cases for those directly involved with juvenile
offenses [...]

“Spud”tacular Luncheon

Neighbor to Neighbor Volunteers, the Chaffee Shuttle and Full Restorative Justice are sponsoring their annual fundraiser. The “Spud”tacular will be Wednesday, November 3, from 11:00 to 1:30 at the United Methodist Church.

SHS Parade of Thanks

The community has shown overwhelming support for a new high school and better education in our community. Regardless of the outcome, Salida School Board and Salida School District would like to say Thank You! Join us for a parade as we fill the streets of downtown with music.

Look beyond the white noise

We are at the end of an election cycle. The content of the ads and the coverage have little to do with what the candidates vision is for our county, state and country. The commercials rarely provide a coherent statement from their candidate.

I suggest we all do the same.

Chaffee County has benefited from the bi-partisan work of Senator Gail Schwartz (Democrat) and Representative Tom Massey (Republican).