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The Salida police and fire departments wait for Xcel Energy to arrive after responding to a report of a power pole on fire at Third... [Read More]
The city of Salida will host an open house from 6-8 p.m. Aug. 29 at Salida SteamPlant, 220 W. Sackett Ave., to discuss the ongoing... [Read More]
An Illinois driver sustained serious injuries during a single-vehicle wreck Friday afternoon on U.S. 285. [Read More]
Salida High School soccer player Caden Pitts, left, tries to keep a Steamboat Springs player from getting a clear shot Saturday. The boys' soccer team... [Read More]
Lynne parked her car in the little lot behind Cookies Du Moi. It was an odd little corner of Salt Lake City mixing pawn shops,... [Read More]
The Salida JazzFest is growing in its second year, with 2019 offering three days of music plus fireworks. [Read More]
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Salida Community Development Director Glen Van Nimwegen told city council during a work session Monday that the city has a robust accessory dwelling unit (ADU)... [Read More]
Sandee Jaastad, Buena Vista, won the award for Excellence and Innovation in Weaving at the Intermountain Weavers' Conference held July 26-28 at Fort Lewis College... [Read More]
Salida police officers arrested John T. Schoenke, 39, Salida, July 12 on a charge of fugitive of justice. He was held in lieu of $1,000... [Read More]
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U.S. stocks closed higher Monday. [Read More]
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Ark Valley Helping Hands will host an end-of-summer ice cream social from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday in Fellowship Hall at First Presbyterian Church, 7 Poncha Blvd. [Read More]
Comedian Dusty Slay said he didn't mean for "we're having a good time" to be his catchphrase, but that's how it turned out. [Read More]
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Chaffee County will offer a free Mental Health Crisis Planning Workshop from 6-8 p.m. Thursday at Salida United Methodist... [Read More]
The Salida High School boys' golf team began its season Monday at the Florence Husky Invitational at Sumo Golf Course, playing in some of toughest... [Read More]
As Monarch Mountain begins the second phase of its vegetation management project to remove pine beetle infested trees, the resort and U.S. Forest Service recently... [Read More]
The Salida Daily Mail, Aug. 19, 1944: Members of the Women's Army Corps fill a variety of interesting mechanical assignments in the Army Air Forces,... [Read More]
Salida Heritage Days, a new festival planned for Sept. 27-29, aims to jump-start the heritage tourism industry in Salida, organizer Steve Chapman said. [Read More]
Dear Editor:The Salida Tree Board and the Public Works Department have been hard at work this year preserving and maintaining our urban forest. [Read More]
Area residents who want to know where and how to find local medical, mental health, food and housing assistance and other services can start by... [Read More]
A white standard poodle who escaped and was last seen running around Salida belongs to a disabled veteran in Cañon City.The poodle, Hank, is Mike... [Read More]
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