Steve Chapman of Salida walking tours is joined by Salida native Art Gentile, as they talk about the history of the town before it was a tourist hot spot.
When you hear the words, newspaper publisher, you probably do not envision someone called a braggart, jealous, and aggressive.
If you have spent time in Denver, Colorado, you may have heard the names Larimer, Wynkoop, and Stout, but you probably do not know why the surnames are honored.
By any measure, life on the frontier was full of danger in the 1800s. Violence usually won over reason, and those willing to kill often imposed their desires on the masses.
The Salida Spartans had their chance on the Sports in the Rockies Coaches Show last night.
This week on the Sports in the Rockies Coaches Show, BV Superintendent Lisa Yates and AD Troy Baker kick things off talking the return of athletics in our area.
This week on the Sports in the Rockies Coaches Show – Salida, we had the pleasure of talking with Salida Girls Swimming Coach Wendy Gorie, as well as Custer County Wrestling Coach Shannon Palmer and Cotopaxi AD and Girls Basketball Coach Troy Thornton.
Tuesday night was for story telling! Join in on the History on Tap Videocast as Steve Chapman sat and talked with Salida native and 4th generation local Karin Naccarato!
The Salida Spartans are starting out the new year looking forward to the new season as Season B is on the horizon.
The 1800s were not only a time of conflict between individuals, but businesses also fought. Sometimes literally. Led by a couple of hard-charging, unforgiving men, William Jackson Palmer and William…