U.S. stocks closed lower Tuesday.
The real estate and materials sectors were hit the hardest, while the energy and health care sectors held up better.
Owner-operators Paul Carey and Mary Surrena, who have lived in Salida for 18 and 22 years respectively, opened their 14ers Wieners food truck Sept. 21.
The recently opened Salida Pharmacy & Fountain conjures a nostalgic sensation by reintroducing the concept of combining a fully functioning pharmacy with an old-fashioned soda fountain.
Kimberlee Best and daughter Madolyn Davis, Crestone stained glass artists, have brought their talents to Salida and are showcasing their work and that of other local artists at Our Glass, 210 U.S. 50.
U.S. equities ended lower Tuesday, led by the financials and consumer discretionary sectors.
In economic news, President Donald Trump signaled that the trade deal with China might not happen until after the 2020 election.
Lesley Fagerberg, Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center vice president of financial services, presented the hospital budget at the Salida Hospital District board meeting Nov. 26.
The Colorado Nurses Foundation and Southeastern Colorado Area Health Education Center are accepting nominations until Jan. 15 for the annual Southeastern Colorado Regional Nightingale Luminary Awards.
U.S. equities ended lower Monday, led by industrials and technology sectors.
In economic news, President Donald Trump announced that he would raise tariffs on Argentina and Brazil for steel and aluminum imports.
Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce, Salida Business Alliance and The Mountain Mail have launched a “Shop Lo-ho-ho-cal” campaign to encourage holiday shoppers to shop local businesses first.
The Salida Hospital District board of directors unanimously adopted the 2020 budget as presented by Lesley Fagerberg, Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center vice president of finance, at the board’s Tuesday meeting.
U.S. stocks rose Monday on optimism over U.S.-China trade relations.
Nearly all sectors were higher following reports that China will tighten its intellectual property rules, boosting the chances of a trade deal.
Technology shares led the advance.
Adam Beh, the Central Colorado Conservancy’s new executive director, brings more than 20 years of experience in conservation and rural development to the position.
He started the job in late October, after relocating from northern Colorado where he served as chief conservation officer for the Bird Conservancy of the Rockies.
Lesley Fagerberg, Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center vice president of fiscal services, will present the 2020 hospital budget for adoption by the Salida Hospital District board of directors during the board’s meeting at 6 p.m. today at the hospital, 1000 Rush Drive.
U.S. stocks were mostly higher Friday, with the financial services and consumer discretionary sectors leading the advance.
In economic news, Markit’s preliminary manufacturing and services data for November came in better than expected, signaling economic expansion.
In corporate news, shares of Tesla were lower after the company unveiled its new electric pickup truck.
BUENA VISTA – The Asian Palate will close Nov. 30 after 10 years in Buena Vista, chef Eddie Sandoval said Friday in a post on Facebook.
Sandoval first began serving Asian cuisine in BV four nights a week in 2008 in the kitchen of the Evergreen Café.
The Colorado Department of Transportation announced it has expanded its statewide Bustang bus service to include Salida as well as daily service to Monarch Mountain from Dec. 14 to April 5.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s meaningful to reflect on the origin of the holiday – Native Americans and Pilgrims sharing their bounty of food with each other. As you gather with your loved ones this year, perhaps you can think of ways to share not only your dinner, but also your financial…
U.S. stocks were mixed Tuesday, with the health care sector being the best performer and energy sector the biggest laggard.
In corporate news, shares of Home Depot came under pressure after the company reported quarterly sales below expectations.
The Chaffee County Community Foundation and Good Business Colorado will host two events Nov. 21 on state issues that affect local businesses and organizations.
Since 1986 the HRRMC Foundation (formerly the Salida Hospital Foundation) has been the fundraising arm of the Salida Hospital District, with a mission of providing financial support to the hospital.
The Fremont County Tourism Council received an $11,000 Tourism Development Grant from the Colorado Tourism Office to design a visitor feedback system to help improve the overall experience for visitors to the Royal Gorge Region.
With Christmas right around the corner, many of us have begun accumulating gifts and decorations so we may enjoy this time of year with our friends and family. It’s an opportunity to reflect on the many blessings in our lives, give thanks to those around us and care for others who aren’t as …
U.S. stocks ended mostly higher Tuesday as investors continued to measure the likelihood of a U.S.-China partial trade deal.
The health care and materials sectors performed well, while the energy and consumer discretionary sectors lagged.
LEADVILLE– As of Nov. 25, Hertz will no longer operate a rental car service at the Lake County Airport. The closure will remove Lake County from Hertz’s emergency roadside assistance program as well as the company’s reservation system.