• 0

Christopher Refer and Matthew Kroschel were married at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 14, 2019, along the banks of the Blue River in Grand County.

Kroschel is the son of Aaron and Kate Kroschel of Poncha Springs. 

Refer is the son of Jon and Julie Refer of Pulaski, Tennessee. 

  • 0

Ysabella Lusk and Brett Richard Rankin of Salida announced their engagement and plan to marry June 8, 2019, in Salida. 

  • 0

Melanie Garr and Justin Critelli, both of Salida, announce their engagement.

Garr’s parents are Tracy and Gary Garr of Michigan, and Critelli’s parents are Victor and Patricia Critelli of New York.

  • 0

Nopavan and Jerald Kalivoda of Nathrop announce the engagement of their daughter Inda Kalivoda to Ronald Sheesley, son of Cynthia and Douglas Sheesley of Penrose.

  • 0

Alvin and Lou Ann Cole of Salida announce the engagement of their daughter Dominica Alloy to Cody Simpson, son of Craig and Shelly Simpson of Mapleton, Utah. 

  • 0

Mike and Cheri Coleman of Poncha Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Bryttney Diane Coleman to Trenton Andrew Howard, son of Christi Wood-Marsh of Munising, Mich. and Kevin Howard of Colorado Springs.

top story
  • 0

Marianne Wancura and David Wancura of Salida and Tom and Julie Atwood of Denver announce the engagement of their children, Laura Anne Wancura and Alec “Woody” Atwood.

  • 0

Jane Gilden and Adam Myers of Salida announce the engagement of their daughter, Veronika Marie Myers, to Callin Bradley Cummings, son of Carla Boenish of Colorado and Brad Cummings of Orchard, Neb.

  • 0

Kristi Jefferson of Poncha Springs and Michael Collins of Salida announce the engagement of their daughter, Chelsie Nichole Collins, to Ryan Thomas Clegg, son of Debi Klyn of Bedford, Texas, and Dan Clegg of Salida.

  • 0

Megan Walberg, daughter of Kelly Walberg of Salida and Mike Walberg of Colorado Springs, and Ashby Hibbs, son of Terry and Wendy Hibbs of Salida, announce their engagement.

Latest e-Edition

Latest Mountain Guide

Today's Crossword

Event Calendar

Past Tense

  • 0

The Mountain Mail, Sept. 19, 1994: Dick Dixon, sponsor of The Tenderfoot Times, and the staff of the Salida High School newspaper received congratulations from the Board of Education Tuesday for receiving All American honors with special mention in four of five categories from the National Scholastic Press Association for papers published during the 1993-94 school year.

  • 0

The Mountain Mail, Sept. 19, 1969: WASHINGTON – In its first such action since 1803, the House has passed a proposed constitutional amendment to allow presidential elections by a direct vote of the people.

  • 0

The Salida Record, Sept. 19, 1919: A Mexican citizen of Mazatlan recently has been granted a concession of 100 hectares (about 247 acres), and so much more as may be necessary, at the railway station of Oso, state of Sinoloa, for the purpose of establishing an experimental farm to demonstrate the economic value which would result from the proper use of modern American agricultural machinery in the production of crops.

  • 0

The Salida Daily Mail, Sept. 19, 1944: WASHINGTON – President Roosevelt, in a letter to Budget Director Harold D. Smith, ordered that plans be started to reduce the government payroll to peace time levels and to dismiss boards and bureaus and other agencies created by the war.

  • 0

The Salida Daily Mail, Sept. 18, 1944: The American people are now taxed more heavily than any other people in the world.

  • 0

The Mountain Mail, Sept. 18, 1969: Demetra Zouni is one of two Greek exchange students to spend time in Salida this month.

She is finishing her studies at the University of Athens where she majored in Economics. She was brought here by the Episcopal Council of Foreign Students, as was Sotioios Glavas, who we interviewed last week.

  • 0

The Mountain Mail, Sept. 19, 1994: A 510-pound injured black bear had to be destroyed by Division of Wildlife Officer Willie Travnicek Friday afternoon.

Salidan Dave Hayes reported sighting the bear along U.S. 285 just south of the Chaffee County Landfill. Travnicek located the bear lying up against the fence on the highway right-of-way.

  • 0

The Salida Record, Sept. 19, 1919: At the McCullough Hall, on Wednesday evening, the graduating exercises of the Red Cross hospital were held, five young ladies receiving their diplomas.

  • 0

The Salida Record, Sept. 19, 1919: The destruction of vegetation in isolated regions is a matter of great interest to botanists, who are making increasing efforts to observe the creation of new flora taking the place of the old. Volcano island, in Bombon lake, Luzon, was chiefly covered by grasses and small trees before eruption of the Taal volcano in 1911, but the eruption destroyed all plant life except some clumps of bamboos and a few bananas in the northern part of the island.