The Salida-Poncha Springs community had rallied around Roberta Rodriguez, paying her rent and sending her on a vacation while she wasn’t able to get a job
At the hospital in Salida, doctors and nurses commuting from distant cities are more likely than patients to camp in the parking lot
2-ton sandbags helped tame a boat-flipping menace at city’s popular whitewater park — bringing back the vaunted Scout Wave after 8-week absence
New owner Monarch ski resort has upgraded the high elevation outpost. Don’t worry, the 57-year-old tramway is still quietly spinning.
A resident’s complaints about “dangerous” rides prompted carnies to pull up stakes. But ninjas came to the rescue.
The Salida community rallied around the two child care workers charged in the case and county commissioners just approved a $133,000 grant so the center can reopen
Many said they have similar or better programs in place for their workers. The deadline to opt out is March 31.
Parents, now scrambling to find alternative care after the abrupt closure of The Schoolhouse in Poncha Springs, are accusing authorities of overreacting to reports of a 5-year-old touching younger classmates
Colorado’s Western Slope communities could generate about $40 million in new tax revenue from vacation rentals to support affordable housing
LEADVILLE — Adventure racing pioneer Mark Macy just got a new tattoo. There on his forearm, in big block letters: “IT’S ALL GOOD TRAINING.” “He’s said that a million times throughout my life,” says his son, Travis, one of Colorado’s most accomplished ultra athletes. “When he says it now, I tell him, ‘Well, Dad, I […]