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The Salida school board will swear in new and re-elected members and adopt the new representation plan specified by ballot measure 3A during i…

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Salida School District R-32-J is continuing its search for a new location to build a bus and transportation facility, Superintendent Darryl Webb Salida said Tuesday.

After scouting a possible location in Poncha Springs, which the school board recommend by a unanimous vote during a meeting Oct. 22, Webb and Jeff Chamberlin, principal owner of RLH Engineering and project owner’s representative for past school construction, said there is still no confirmed contract.

“We want to make sure we make the right decision, find the right location and get the best deal,” said Webb.

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The city’s third-quarter report, which covers January through September, lists $1,482,715 in total sales tax revenue for operations and $1,764…

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Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams is urging voters to deliver their ballots in person, said Lori Mitchell, Chaffee County clerk.

Nationwide the U.S. Postal Service has been slow to deliver ballots, causing concerns for county clerks, who worry delays will prevent ballots from being processed in time, she said.

Mitchell added that mailed ballots cannot be processed by their postmark dates but by their arrival date at the county clerk’s office.

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Salida City Council candidate Alisa Pappenfort has a daughter who works in Salida’s city government, which has raised questions of ethics abou…

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The hot-button issues that have divided city council over recent months remained hot topics Wednesday at The Mail’s council and mayoral candidate forum.

An audience that overflowed council chambers into the outside hallway wanted to know what the candidates’ ideas were on the issues that have been occupying the current city council.