Month: January 2018

Women’s March the umbrella for many causes

“Our democracy is under threat. We need to start listening to each other, allow opinions without attacking. We need to collaborate, be more tolerant. Let’s be human beings – if we listen to the rights of one group of people, we need to listen to the rights of other people.”
Kathy Taylor

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A Church hosts first official gathering

“We believe in the power of community to affect positive change and in the value of spiritual diversity. We see this as an opportunity to start a church based on community and connection that respects all beliefs.”

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Salida accepting community funding requests

The city of Salida is accepting applications for community funding requests for fiscal year 2018 until close of business Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. Applications should include a financial summary of how the award will fit into the...

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Council approves clerk, treasurer appointments

Salida City Council members voted in favor of appointing Monika Griesenbeck as city clerk and Carol Johnson as city treasurer at the Jan. 16 council meeting. Since adoption of a resolution ratifying the appointments was not...

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Return flows at issue in Coaldale water case

An engineering review of the CB Ranch water rights court case indicates the calculations filed by the Security Water District could be off by as much as a factor of three. Chris Manera, PE, with Colorado River Engineering...

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Hydrologist provides 2018 water outlook

Jord Gertson, hydrologist with the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District, discussed water storage, snowpack and the precipitation outlook at the district’s January meeting. Gertson reported that the district currently stores...

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