The Land Trust of the Upper Arkansas aims to preserve viewscapes, keep wildlife corridors intact and prevent the landscape from being carved into two-acre parcels from one town to the next.
About forty people attended the morning’s roundtable at the Salida SteamPlant.
Imagine stepping into a town surrounded by the specters of buildings from a time long ago. They themselves, ghosts of a past forgotten and silhouetting the night sky like evil guardians of the sinister town.
Chaffee County Commissioner Tim Glenn talks about how he arrived at his decision on the controversial Nestle project
Jimmy Descante speaks louder with visuals than words
Colorado Kayak Supply rallies paddlers in call to action International Day of Climate Action
Could your life improve? Do you want to make any changes?
Here is a fall movie for all of our friends.
Come and enjoy an afternoon concert of incredible music of famous American showtunes and the classical piano quintet “The Trout” by Schubert with Donnie Ray Albert on November 29.
Each Saturday from 9-2 through the end of October we will be accepting gently-used and clean, or new coats of all sizes.
New trail will bring new vibrancy to downtown
Frontside trail completes strategic singletrack link from river to Spiral Drive
With the help of the city council, Salida High Schoool students lit up a 60′ bonfire at Ben Oswald field, the first time in over twenty years.
Fall is the time of the year when the minds of fish, and fishermen, move to other things…
It’s hard to get passionate about politicians, in part because they are party to a broken system, and that system appears to corrupt even good people.
The real estate market in Salida and overall in the 5-county area served by the Chaffee County Board of Realtors shows big gains in the past month.
The Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center was truly gone to the dogs Sunday night as 24 pooches played at a pool party for the first time in our town’s history.
Ed Berg writes to say that Nestlé still has more hurdles to clear before breaking ground for its water extraction project.
Click here for the City Council Packet, October 6,
The National Fire Prevention Agency and communities across the United States are coming together to recognize the importance of home fire safety.