Her name is Sunka and she has been missing from the CR 144/Franz Lake area since Wed. Please see her attached photo. I am offering a $100 reward for her safe return to me.
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We would like to honor a vision that is of epic proportions by launching a project that needs your support and contributions. We are hosting a community gathering to show our support for the arts and each other. This event will be in conjunction between artists within our community and beyond.
After working so hard through channels to get public art sanctioned, chosen, and installed this year, we the artists with large scale installation experience and potentials got a lump of coal in our stockings from the City Council, and especially pointedly from City staff Dara McDonald and Michael Varnum.
On Saturday, December 13,2014 well known artist Joshua Been will hold the 6th Annual Land Trust of the Upper Arkansas Benefit Art Show at his gallery, 139 West First Street in Downtown Salida from 6 to 9 pm. Joshua is a highly rated landscape artist known for capturing the spirit and beauty of the West.
Some said we should slow down and think this through, while others said they have been patient and it’s time to act. What you think of the action, and the process?
My family and group of friends gather each year to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday weekend together. This year was no different though it was our first stay in Salida. As a group, we were hiking up Ute Pass Trail on CR 176 Thursday morning.
First and foremost, we want to thank all of our volunteers, supporters, and partners who have contributed to our trail building efforts this past year!
As a NASA astronaut, Gorie is a veteran of four space flights and has logged over 47 days in space. He served as pilot aboard space shuttle STS-91 in 1998 and STS-99 in 2000, and was the crew commander on STS-108 in 2001 and STS-123 in 2008.
We welcome new members and takes pleasure in introducing them to the traditions and joys of foxhunting.
A vehicle crashed into the Buena Vista location of Gone to the Dogs Tuesday at approximately 2:00 pm. There were no injuries.
When gratitude is regularly practiced, one can be thankful even in the most difficult situations.
Many of you have seen the project postcards sent out by local image makers this fall. Some of you have responded in kind. All of you are welcome to enjoy the results of this exchange at our opening.
Please join the Salida Creative District for a fun evening of social networking (sans computer!) with your creative peers and friends. We will celebrate the past year of great classes we have offered—all free of charge (including this party!). Cash bar and complimentary heavy appetizers will be provided.
The Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center is open, warm and inviting! We are so excited to be back in business and serving our patrons.
Last week we had Friday Enrichment’s first “holistic” provider meeting. I sat around the table with 13 providers who give their hearts, souls, and an abundance of energy to this community, and for that, I am thankful! We discussed what is working for Friday Enrichment, and what is not working.
In the Golden state of California, about 200 miles east of San Francisco, lies one of the most scenic wonders of the world: Yosemite National Park. Back in the ‘60’s, a group of hard core and extremely devoted climbers tried to raise the standards and push themselves beyond their limits. They had a purpose and a revolution was born.
This Saturday November 22nd, from 9:00-12:00, come support the Salida School Garden and join us to pick your own Thanksgiving Carrots! The school garden has had a successful year, and we still have rows and rows of tasty carrots; including cosmic purples, scarlet nantes and boleros.
Do you have a travel itch? Don’t worry about packing the bags or finding someone to water the plants just yet! Come get inspired by Travelogue presenter, Marilyn Bouldin, who will be sharing her experience teaching nurses in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam in May 2014 and her travels around the country.
Coloradans who are interested in conservation goals such as creating natural windbreaks, improving wildlife habitat or reforesting properties impacted by wildfire or floods are eligible to purchase the low-cost seedlings. CSFS Nursery Manager Josh Stolz says Colorado-grown species are adaptable, hardy and ideal for a variety of conservation uses.
This may be one of the more important decisions the city council makes this year. The topic will be discussed in a work session at 6pm on Monday, November 17. Council will consider the issue during the regular council meeting on Tuesday, November 17.