At least 20 community members including local builders/contractors, an architect, an engineer, a commercial real estate consultant, a solar energy professional – as well as parents and retirees –gathered to share their ideas about Salida School District buildings.
A classic showdown on the Arkansas River as Jim the Dry Fly Guy tries to lure Phil the Nymph Guy away from the forces of darkness.
High winds claim another cottonwood, blocks Arkansas River
Check out our micro-documentary of the Tapped premier.
As one chapter closes, another seems likely to unfold in the saga of Nestle in Chaffee County
Over forty people showed up Monday night to learn more about accountability at the district level
There is a rabbinical teaching that says if the world is ending and the Messiah arrives, first plant a tree, and then see if the story is true.
A public rally will be held at the courthouse on September 23, when County Commissioners are expected to approve the Nestlé 1041 application.
Join the Friends of Fourmile Chapter of GARNA for our annual summer hike this Saturday, September 19.
Based on the collections for the month of July, taxable sales for businesses located within the City of Salida dropped 6.3%.
A fall float down the Arkansas River sees Bill and Scott catch big fish, and discuss Luddites and schadenfreude.
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This two-story contributing brick building occupies one of Salida’s most eligible corners at 102-104 North F Street.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has declared September as “Emergency Preparedness Month”.
Representatives of Guidestone Farms and the USFS will talk about the agrarian heritage of the valley and emerging agricultural initiatives at this GARNA-sponsored event.
Loyal Duke was a brown water spaniel owned by Charles F. Catlin, who ran the Monte Christo Hotel at the end of F Street. When he died, Calin buried him atop “Little Tenderfoot Hill.”
Jane Browning writes to say that Nestlé is not a good fit for Chaffee County.
Trish Bews has been a valuable member of the City staff for several years.
Hayden Mellsop takes Mark Cooper and Lee Graf floating down the Arkansas River near Salida, Colorado, as part of the Double Haul Celebrity Fly Fishing Event.
City staff and a local volunteer are working on changes to the website to increase its usefulness to residents.