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September is National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).  Since its inception in 2004, National Preparedness Month encourages Americans to take steps to prepare for emergencies in their homes, schools, places of work and their communities.  FEMA’s “Ready Campaign” provides information to help the general public prepare for, … more »

Ride Right, Cycle Safe Event & Bike Fest

Ride Right, Cycle Safe Event & Bike Fest

Fourth grade students at Longfellow Elementary School received a free helmet, proper helmet fitting instructions, classes on the rules of the road and basic safety tips for interaction with cars during the Ride Right, Cycle Safe Event, part of Salida Bike Fest, this week. Thanks to the Fourth Grade Longfellow teachers, Salida Police and Fire […]

City Council Materials Available 09-17-2013

The Salida City Council will meet at 7 a.m. Tuesday, September 17th in city council chambers for a budget work session. The regular meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Sept. 17th in council chambers. Work Session Memo Regular Meeting Packet more »

Updated: Incident on G Street

Joseph McKeever, 41 year-old Salida-area resident, remains in critical condition at St. Anthony Hospital in Denver after being shot in the stomach by 67 year-old Salida resident Edward Cadugan Little Wolf near the 200 block of G Street September 10. Salida Police arrested Little Wolf on charges of second-degree assault, a Class 3 felony; menacing, a Class 5 […]

Incident on G Street

A 41 year-old man is in critical condition after being shot in the stomach by a 67 year-old Salida resident near the 200 block of G Street at approximately 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 10. Salida Police Chief Terry Clark said a Safeway employee encountered a man (victim) searching through the grocery store’s dumpster. A physical […]

Salida Bike Fest Returns September 11- 15!

Salida Bike Fest is back and better than ever this year! Whether you ride a cruiser, road bike, strider or unicycle, there is something for everyone at this year’s festival which will take place Sept. 11-15. The fun will begin Wednesday night with a social mixer at the Salida SteamPlant. Drinks and light appetizers will […]

Salida Fire Dept Collecting Donations for Sunday’s Fireworks tonight 8/30

Salida Fire Dept Collecting Donations for Sunday’s Fireworks tonight 8/30

The Salida Fire Department will be driving the fire truck fleet around town this evening to collect donations for Sunday’s fireworks show. They will start the donation drive at 6:00pm tonight, Friday August 30. The trucks will be lit up and moving … more »

City Council Materials Available 09-03-13

Salida City Council materials for September 3 are available. The work session begins at 6 p.m., and the regular meeting begins at 7 p.m. Work Session Agenda Packet more »

SNRCDC Board Agenda 09-03-13

The Salida Natural Resource Center Development Corporation Board agenda for Sept. 3 is available. Agenda more »

Nov. 5 Candidates for Elected Office

The following have submitted valid petitions for the regular municipal election coordinated with Chaffee County November 5, 2013: Mayor: Candidate – Billy Carlisle Candidate – Jim Dickson Council Ward One: Candidate – Hal Brown Candidate – Linda Kitson Council Ward Two: Candidate – Georgia McNabb Candidate – Eileen Rogers Council Ward Three: Candidate – Melodee […]

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