Salida News Summaries
Friday, October 24, 2014

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Front Page 
EDITORIAL: Rick Palacio Makes a Statement : 'El Gobernador John Hickenlooper es un líder y su record habla por sí solo...'
Bill Hudson | 10/22/14
Salida Celebrates 'Cities & Towns Week' : Our dedicated staff live and play here too, and their number one priority is ensuring the safety, security and enjoyment...
Emily Katsimpalis | 10/20/14
Shed Fest 2014 Tomorrow : Dinner will be served buffet-style from 5 to 8pm. accompanied by Scott Adams playing finger-style guitar...
Joe Stone | 10/17/14
Colorado Citizens Review GMO Labeling Issue : Last month, in a pilot program, 20 Colorado voters assessed Proposition 105...
Jeff Dodge | 10/16/14
Icelandic Travelogue Today at SteamPlant Annex : Mark and Brenda Wiard will share photos from their motorcycle tour through the remote and largely unpopulated West Fjords...
Special to the Post | 10/15/14
Stage Left Theatre to Host 'WINNERS' One Act Play Festival : 'I started thinking about the worst case scenario... What if we never found the playwright?'
Cynda Green | 10/13/14
Opinions & Letters 
OPINION: Prop 105 and the Health of Our Children : Luckily for GMO producers, the FDA only looked at 3-month studies for their approval of the product...
Kathleen Steventon | 10/20/14
LETTER: Marcia Neal's Qualifications : Common Core is the defining issue in this Colorado School Board election...
Barbara Rawlings | 10/20/14
OPINION: Concerns About the City Budget :  Why does Salida pay our City Administrator a higher salary than the State of Colorado pays our Governor?
Ralph E. Miller | 10/16/14
LETTER: When the Fracking Jobs Disappear : Some people say that we who oppose fracking are hypocrites, if we drive cars or heat our homes...
Anita Li | 10/14/14
LETTER: Crayola Ebola : Then, another Ebola-stricken patient pops up. The CDC says that there must have been a breach of protocol...
Cynda Green | 10/14/14
EDITORIAL: The Price of Progress : Remarkably, without really trying, we still have clean water, clean air, and abundant (though overgrown) forests...
Bill Hudson | 10/10/14
Arts, Culture, Community 
KHEN Halloween Bash : Kick up your heals and come together to support Community Radio...
Special to the Post | 10/17/14
Symphonic Salida to Feature Karen & John Kinzie : 
Special to the Post | 10/16/14
Wearable Art Fashion Show Tomorrow : Well known fiber artist, lecturer, author and teacher Carol Ann Waugh of Denver will be the featured speaker...
Special to the Post | 10/14/14
'Creative Monday' Tonight at the SteamPlant : Wiley brings over 30 years experience in the photography and videography business to this class...
Special to the Post | 10/13/14
VIDEO: Songwriter Suzanne Vega Returns to Durango : The Lindells, roots-rock, folk duo, opens the October 23 show...
Indiana Reed | 10/10/14
Join Us for 'Creative Mixer' This Thursday : Featured guest artist is Rich Tyler, whose one-man-show of mixed media drawings and photographs will be on display...
Special to the Post | 10/6/14
Business, Health, Education 
Democrats Spending Big on School Board Races : A political committee affiliated with Democrats for Education Reform has spent nearly $126,866...
Todd Engdahl | 10/23/14
Colorado Encyclopedia in the Works : $199,639 grant will support a new online resource...
Sandy Tucker | 10/23/14
Teachers Union Survey Finds Lack of Support for Testing, Common Core : 'The survey confirms the actual experience parents and teachers are having all over Colorado...'
Special to the Post | 10/22/14
Colorado Supreme Court Upholds PERA Retirement Cuts : PERA doesn’t have an estimate for how much is saved every year by the COLA reduction...
Todd Engdahl | 10/21/14
Cutting Red Tape on Recreation Jobs : 'I have worked on public lands and in Colorado tourism my entire life...'
Mike Saccone | 10/20/14
Hinde Named to Head New School of Education : The school has previously offered education degree programs through the College of Professional Studies...
Nic Garcia | 10/15/14
Recreation & Environment 
New Website Tracking 'Transfer' of Public Lands : 'Our incredible system of national parks, national monuments, national forests belong to all Americans...'
Jessica Goad | 10/23/14
Petition Seeks to Outlaw Lead Ammunition : 'The day I had to help euthanize her was the day I decided I was going to work towards getting lead banned in Colorado...'
Yasmina Dardari | 10/17/14
Hike to End Weeds, and the Trail Maintenance Season : Salida Trail Project will have a volunteer appreciation lunch and one last work day this year, on Friday, October 24...
Special to the Post | 10/16/14
A New Approach to Fertilizer Pollution : In the U.S., we have tried to regulate our way to a solution for 40 years...
Suzy Friedman | 10/10/14
Jefferson County Goes Solar : 'Arvada has issued 1,347 solar permits since 2007, with interest increasing dramatically in the past two years...'
Rebecca Cantwell | 10/6/14
National Parks Service Announces 'Partnership Awards' : 'These incredibly dedicated partners have raised the bar for cooperation and support...'
Special to the Post | 9/18/14
Essays, Poetry, Humor 
ESSAY: Stop the Killing : I believe we should try very hard to hear the grievances of people in Iraq and the region...
Kathy Kelly | 10/20/14
ESSAY: Make Believe : On this particular afternoon, he was a polishing a little ditty he'd co-written with his friends Yip and Billy...
Bill Hudson | 10/3/14
HAIKU : aspens glow lemon, gold, pumpkin-red...
Susan J. Tweit | 10/1/14
ESSAY: The Future of Civil Society : What might have been the implications beyond Scotland if it had gained independence?
Mel Gurtov | 9/30/14
ESSAY: Peace is Breaking Out All Over the World : Also, the number of organizations succeeding in promoting peace is impressive and increasing...
Steven Youngblood | 9/29/14
ESSAY: End the Outing : In earlier decades, gay and lesbian celebrities lived in fear that their careers would be destroyed...
Laura Finley | 9/26/14

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