Everyone is invited to the first gathering of this new art community which will be upstairs at The Sandusky Building, located at 222 F St, Thursday, Jan. 29 at 6 PM.
The City of Salida is seeking enthusiastic volunteers for boards and commissions.
An open letter regarding Mr. Damman’s views on the lodging industry.
Salida lodgers set sights on repealing 2B.
The Salida Dog Club promotes safe recreational and educational activities for dogs and their owners within the community.
SPOT is an active partner with the County and local municipalities in creating safe, scenic, historic and recreational non-motorized transportation corridors.
Selected Salida Recreation programs for winter 2009, including: guided mountain bike rides, sledding, swimming, snow sculpture and snowshoeing.
The ones who don’t have the time are the ones we need the most – young families, single parents, self employed, long commuters, renters and those struggling financially to buy or keep their homes.
The Chaffee County Planning Commission will be holding work sessions and hearings to discuss the Nestlé Waters Special Land Use Permit Application and 1041 application.
A link to Obama’s voting site for issues.
The City of Salida has completed a draft water conservation plan which defines strategies and programs for efficient and sustainable water use.
An interview with Jimmy Descant, the internationally-recognized visual artist also known as “Rocketman”, about his secret life here in Salida.
The Board has upzoned existing agricultural lands in the rural and recreational lands from a minimum lot size of 5 acres, which can now be subdivided down to 2 acres with good design.
Sen. Ken Salazar describes a new law requiring the federal government to pay its fair share to counties that have federal land in their jurisdictions.
Veteran Burning Man participant unveils inspired sculpture in downtown Salida.
Salida mothers are starting a playgroup for local toddlers ages 1-3.
BV Finance Director Christine DeChristopher worries about her now-famous activist son’s future.
In a unique agreement, the Shine Family donates the use of their farm to Tony Madone’s Colorado Farm To Table, a volunteer-based enterprise which provides free food for those in need.
The Convergence Project works with opposing groups to help them find common ground on issues of contention. Brock Oyler will present a seminar “Common Ground in a Polarized World” on January 22nd from 6-8 PM at the meeting room of the Salida Regional Library.
The Pulse asks local elected officials, business owners and concerned citizens questions about local and regional affairs.