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Caboose No. 0576 rests in Salida’s railroad yard between trips. To learn more about Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, visit…

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Salida High School sophomore Elise Mishmash smashed a couple of her own school records over the weekend as she took second at the 3A Colorado State Swimming Championships in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 53.4 seconds and third in the 200-yard freestyle with a 1:56.58. 

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The Salida girls who ski for the Lake County ski team had a strong showing Jan. 26 at Keystone.

Seventh-grader Lanee Dziura finished her two races in second and fourth places, while teammate and fellow seventh-grader Rowynn Slivka finished her first race in seventh place. Slivka did not finish her second race.

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Salida High School girls’ basketball players continued their winning run Tuesday when they shut down the Granby Middle Park Lady Panthers 54-17 at home to earn their fourth win in a row.

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It took a while for the Salida High School boys’ basketball team to start firing on all cylinders Saturday, but once they got going, the Spartans shut down the Trinidad Miners 51-39. 

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The Salida Lady Spartans (5-5, 2-2 in league play) buried the Trinidad Lady Miners (2-7, 0-2) 51-28 Saturday at home for their third win in a row on the basketball court.

“I don’t know the last time this team has won three in a row,” coach Heather Eagen said. “Today was a great win.”

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Three of six Salida kids walked away with first-place wins Saturday at the second round of Elks Hoop Shoot competition, the Mountain District Hoop Shoot at Glenwood Springs.

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The Salida girls’ swim team made a strong showing during the weekend at the 2018 Hornet Invitational Meet in Pueblo, with two broken school records, six 3A state qualifying times and a seventh-place finish out of 14 teams. 

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Salida Sunrise Rotary Club recently announced its spring 2018 scholarship recipients: Ian Olson, Grady Petit and Faith Spino.

Olson is in his first year at Colorado School of Mines in Golden. 

Petit is a freshman at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan. 

Spino is also a freshman, attending Elon College in Elon, N.C.