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The Salida High School track and field team concluded their season with multiple top 10 finishes at the Colorado State High School track championship meet. 

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The Radio Free Bassanda concert scheduled for May 20 in Coaldale has been canceled, due to an illness in the band, a press release reported.

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Salida Airport at Harriet Alexander Field was among the Colorado airports receiving funds in the second round of fiscal year 2022 Colorado Discretionary Aviation Grant funding.

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Newly elected Salida Hospital District board members Bill Alderton, Lydia Segal and Susan Dunn, as well as returning member Dean Edwards, were sworn into their offices Tuesday at the board’s regular meeting.

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Browns Creek Alliance, a Chaffee Recreation Adopters group, cleaned  160 campsites Monday in the Browns Creek/Raspberry Gulch dispersed camping and recreation area west of Nathrop, at the base of Mount Antero.

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Into the Ether, 211 F St., recently was welcomed to membership in  Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. 

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Stocks traded lower again on Thursday, following Wednesday’s sell-off as concerns continue to mount over a potential recession. 

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Springtime in the Rockies means anything is possible, even the threat of snow late in the season.

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Ark-Valley Humane Society will host its fifth annual Tails on the Trail 5K Run/Walk for the animals at 9 a.m. Sunday starting at Loyal Duke’s Dog Park, 1455 Holman Ave. in Salida.

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Family & Youth Initiatives will host its annual For Kids’ Sake Fundraiser to benefit Chaffee County families and youth from 4-7 p.m. June 10 at the Salida Rotary Scout Hut, 210 E. Sackett Ave.

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Inflation and rising interest rates are creating levels of uncertainty in multiple sectors of the economy, including real estate. Consequently, the real estate questions uppermost in many people’s minds right now are: Should I put off buying until prices come down? Is now still a good time t…

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Matthew Miller with McMahan and Associates, certified public accountants and consultants, presented Salida City Council with the company’s independent auditor’s report during Tuesday’s council meeting.

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Due to forecasted cold and wet weather, the Salida Parks and Recreation Department announced it has postponed the Touch a Truck event scheduled for Saturday.

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Salida City Council unanimously approved Resolution 2022-22, an agreement with Bringing Everyone Together through the Crisis of Housing, or BETCH, for the Temporary Safe Outdoor Space/Overnight Parking Permit program at Centennial Park, Tuesday after hearing more than 1½ hours of community input.

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Longfellow Elementary School Principal Chuck McKenna points out a Winnie-the-Pooh and Tigger necktie, his favorite of 70 colorful and playful neckties he wore nearly daily for nine years. Glenda Pugh turned the ties into a quilt, which was on display at the school during a celebration Thursd…

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From left, Paula Bradfield of Bradfield Ramsey Group and clients Rose Seavey and Jim Seavey participate in Keller Williams’ International Red Day, in which agents “give where they live.” Salida’s Bradfield Ramsey Group partnered with Tres Litros Beer Co. and Tacos el Tapatio to conduct a foo…

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American Legion Ray Lines Post No. 64 recognized two Salida-area residents Tuesday evening for their commitments to joining the U.S. Armed Forces.

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Heavy smoke was reported in the area Thursday, but Preston Bagdinger with Chaffee County Communications Center said it was smoke from out-of-area fires. 

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American Legion Ray Lines Post No. 64 recognized two Salida area residents Tuesday evening for their commitments to joining the U.S. Armed Forces.

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Family & Youth Initiatives will host its annual For Kids’ Sake Fundraiser to benefit Chaffee County families and youth from 4-7 p.m. June 10 at the Salida Rotary Scout Hut, 210 E. Sackett Ave.

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A memorial for Suzanne Morphew was held at the Salida Rotary Amphitheater in Riverside Park on Saturday. More than 30 individuals attended the event from as far away as Denver.

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Elections began this month for two seats on the Sangre de Cristo Electric Association board: one for Fremont County and one for Çuster County. 

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Salida City Council will vote today on a resolution approving an agreement with Bringing Everyone Together through the Crisis of Housing, or BETCH, for a temporary safe outdoors space and overnight parking permit program at Centennial Park. 

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The Chaffee County Board of County Commissioners approved $890,005 in grant awards to 14 recipients during the spring Chaffee Common Ground funding cycle. 

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Trevor “Bones” Davis accepts a $2,000 donation for Rok Skool’s Sunfest festival from Relaxation Dental, the event’s title sponsor. The concert will feature performances by Rok Skool bands made up of local youth. From left are Tina Hughes, Dr. Nicholas Brown, Davis and John Takacs.

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Chaffee County government offices will switch from a five-day to a four-day work week with extended hours Monday through Thursday starting July 1.

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We are approaching the final deadline to protest abandonment for those water rights included in the division engineer’s revised abandonment list. That list was submitted to the water court in December, and June 30 marks the final day to file a written protest with the court. 

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A group of Latina students from Lake County got to lobby for increased birth control access and better health education during a trip to Washington, D.C., at the end of April. 

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U.S. equities were slightly lower Monday, as investors digested the weaker overnight China economic data, balanced by a retreat in bond yields.

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