I question the sustainability plan of a company who will produce over 490 million plastic bottles a year from the Nathrop spring alone.
Is your money worthless? Not if it’s art.
The school board will host an informational meeting on Tuesday, April 14 from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. just prior to the monthly board meeting, located at the Central Administration Office at 310 East 9th Street.
A weekly non-denominational community meditation period begins Wednesday, April
8 15 at noontime (12:05 to 12:50) at the Salida Yoga Center.
This week’s video is of a float through Salida during a sporadic baetis hatch in the early afternoon.
Nestle provides detailed update of Chaffee water harvesting proposal.
Students will recycle electronics dropped off on Saturday, April 4.
Nestle water harvesting project draws nationwide attention
The newly formed Chaffee Citizens for Sustainability (CCFS) announced that its first fundraiser is scheduled on Saturday, April 4.
There will be an informational gathering for interested parents, teachers, Waldorf graduates and community members Monday, April 6th at the Salida Library Basement 6:30 PM.
The next two months are going to be an exciting time for people who care about trails around Salida.
Raw land market is down, but so are interest rates. Here are year to date statistics.
Some hail casino proposal as cure for what ails Salida.
After seven months of negotiation, the owners of the Unique Theatre have secured funding for development of the historic First Street building.
Salida City Council members met with Nestle Waters North America (NWNA) to discuss their application withdrawal for the optioned parcel of land in Nathrop.
A dog park would attract visitors, discourage owner negligence which leads to nuisance behaviors, and alleviate some of the issues of unleashed dogs in our other city parks.
Salida family takes a spring break journey on a historical American highway.
Suzanne Ward writes to say that a vote against the Nestlé project by county commissioners would support movement into the new era of local, living economies.
A Blackhawk helicopter crashed new Monarch Pass Colorado on Thursday, March 26th, 2009. First available photos.
Historic Salida, Inc. and the City of Salida will host a free Main Street Webinar on “Upstairs Downtown: Successful Upper-floor Housing Development” on April 2, 2009.