by Brian McCabe
Salida High School cross-country coach Kenny Wilcox challenged his runners during summer workouts, and those who rose to the challenge faced another challenge Saturday: running at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence, Kansas, in a higher category than they qualified for. His runners rose to the occasion.
Volunteers with Chaffee Rec Adopters will collect data on dispersed campsites using a new mobile app starting at 9 a.m. Saturday for National Public Lands Day.
Eugene Smith bought an Ordinary bicycle from Mike Rust in 1990, and the bike has given him a lot of years of fun and attention. But now the Odessa retiree is thinking about selling it and would prefer it comes back “home” to Salida.
The Salida High School cross-country team has gone above and beyond in its goal to build team unity this year, holding a weekend camp and climbing 17 miles up Mount Massive before the season started.
The name and slogan of the sports apparel company that sponsors Salida pro skateboarder Derek Scott shouts out exactly who Scott is: “SAYiWON’T … AND I WILL!”
Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, as the Salida High School boys’ golf team found out Thursday during the Butch Braswell Invitational at Salida Golf Club, when they lost to the Buena Vista Demons by 2 points.
The Salida High School cross-country team kicked off their season with some strong finishes at the Arapahoe Warrior Invitational Saturday, despite having a several runners held out due to injuries.
The Salida High School Spartans football team lost its home opener Friday to the Delta Panthers 49-0, but there was a lot more to the game than the final numbers on the scoreboard.
The Salida High School boys’ golf team showed they could run with the big dogs Thursday after placing third and beating several 4A Pueblo teams at the Pueblo South Invitational at Elmwood Golf Club.
The GARNA 25th Birthday Bash, the Greater Arkansas River Nature Association’s annual fundraiser, will celebrate 25 years of nature education and stewardship from 4 p.m. to sunset Sept. 12 at River Runners in Buena Vista.
The Salida High School Lady Spartans volleyball team lost to the Del Norte Lady Tigers Saturday at home in three sets, 25-22, 25-21 and 25-18, in their first 3A Tri-Peaks League match of the season.
Indicators from town sales tax revenues to the Friends of Fourmile annual Memorial Day survey report confirm the impression one gets cruising around Buena Vista – outdoor recreation tourism is way up. How are roads holding up to the increased use?
The Chaffee County Clash ended hard for the Salida Spartan football team Thursday as they lost to the Buena Vista Demons 47-0 in Buena Vista.
The Salida High School boys’ soccer team got a rough start to their season Tuesday, losing 4-0 to the Cañon City Tigers in a nonleague game at home, the first time head coach Ben Oswald has lost to a Cañon City team as a Salida coach.
While this year’s Salida High School boys’ golf team doesn’t have any seniors, that doesn’t worry the strong unit of juniors and sophomores on the team, many of whom have been playing together since they were freshmen.