Latest News – August 11

The Scarlet Bar’s Mural Sneak Peak on Wednesday

After more than a year of planning, local voters’ choice, and permit hurdles, the mural will finally be going up on the north wall of The Scarlet Bar! 

In a contest sponsored by PBR and The Scarlet Bar, Lexie Palmore's work (middle) which depicts a number of well-known Leadville characters watching a painter was the winner. Photo: Leadville Today

In a contest sponsored by PBR and The Scarlet Bar, Lexie Palmore’s work (middle) which depicts a number of well-known Leadville characters watching a painter was the winner. Photo: Leadville Today

This Wednesday, August 13, is the unveiling of The Scarlet‘s Pabst Blue Ribbon “Legends Mural.” The public will be able to see a sneak peak of Leadville Artist Lexie Palmore’s mural design, which depicts a number of well-known Leadville “characters.”

The event has been rolled into a party, complete with live music by The Black Lillies, with local favorite Leadville Cherokee. The fun starts at 7 p.m. on the corner of 4th and Harrison in historic downtown Leadville.Mural Celebration (1)
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Forest Service Proposal Deadline This Friday, Aug. 15

The U.S. Forest Service is seeking applications for projects that would enhance forest ecosystems or restore and improve land health and water quality on several forests and near-by lands in various counties, including Lake.

Forebay Reservoir located above Twin Lakes in the San Isabel National Forest. Photo: Leadville Today.

Forebay Reservoir located above Twin Lakes, Colorado in the San Isabel National Forest. Photo: Leadville Today.

At this time, the Pike and San Isabel Resource Advisory Committee (PSI-RAC) is accepting project proposals. The deadline for submittal is August 15, 2014.  Proposals must be submitted online at the PSI-RAC website. LINK to FORM

Some background: The PSI-RAC works closely with the U.S. Forest Service to recommend projects that will benefit forest health, fish, wildlife, US_ForestServicesoils, watersheds and other resources; maintain roads, trails and other infrastructure; or control noxious weeds. Proposals will be accepted by both the U.S. Forest Service and cities and counties located in the designated counties.

PSI-RAC projects must be located on National Forest System lands in Larimer, Chaffee, Huerfano, Lake and Park counties or on other nearby lands if the project will benefit the resources on the National Forests. Projects can be completed by U.S. Forest Service personnel, through partnership agreements or by open-bid contracting with individuals and corporations.

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