Opponents pack hearing, Scanga raises concerns about augmentation
Debris should be removed Sunday night.
Join the Salida Dog Club at Franz Lake on April 26 for a day of community service and fun.
A new economic report suggests that property and sales tax revenues cited by Nestlé Waters are likely to have been overstated while costs to the County may be greater than projected.
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EJ Sherry asks whether we need such a group of schemers in our Garden of Eden.
Alan Rule writes to suggest that the County should look at other activities by Nestlé outside of the current scope of the 1041 permit application.
Judy Shuford compares Nestlé Waters to the biblical Goliath and encourages citizens to participate in local hearings.
There is something special about fishing when the fish are rising to mayflies.
Jimmy Descant writes to say that what the people want is less Reagan-esque strict adherence to the rule book and more Andy Griffith compassion and common sense.
Chaffee Citizens for Sustainability (CCFS) will show the movie, “Flow,” on Thursday, April 16, at the Buena Vista Community Conference Center. There will be two showings: 5:30-7:00 p.m. and 8:00-9:30 p.m.
Aurora City Council has approved leasing 200 acre feet of water to Nestle Waters North America for its water harvesting project in Chaffee County.
Reimer expects new reports on Nestle wetlands, economic impacts in time for April 21 hearing
Collegiate Peaks Forum Series welcomes State Geologist Vince Matthews April 24 at the SteamPlant
Salida lodgers continue fight against occupational lodging tax to fund recreational and cultural improvements
John Graham writes to report on the recent County Commissioners meeting, where it was decided to hire additional consultants to look at economic impacts and wetlands issues.
Even the best of dreams sometimes has a rude awakening.
The Chaffee County League of Women Voters holds its annual meeting on April 20, features speaker Christine Watson of the Colorado League of Women Voters.
There is something about that first dog that never quite feels the same with subsequent dogs.
One of the fundamentals of a great day on the river is that you take what the river gives you.