Home Help Contact Search Log In | Create Account
Navigation
News Subscribers: 160

News » Author: Mark Esper
News briefs: May 2, 2013
Posted on May 02 2013, 1:35pm by Mark Esper in Local News
SCAN project starts; hearing on marijuana retail sales set for May 20; Poetry reading May 9.
Work starts on pocket park downtown
Posted on April 25 2013, 2:22pm by Mark Esper in Local News
Crater filled in vacant lot at 12th and Greene; landscaping work is next; donations urgently needed
Town advised to boost marketing effort
Posted on April 25 2013, 1:52pm by Mark Esper in Local News
Public hearing airs concerns about need for more special events in wake of petition signed by 194.
News briefs: April 25, 2013
Posted on April 25 2013, 1:46pm by Mark Esper in Local News
First train of season due May 4; Town Council public hearing on marijuana retail businesses May 6; Work begins on fiber-optic loop downtown.
Silverton Northern out to lay some track
Posted on April 18 2013, 10:03am by Mark Esper in Local News
Railroad President Fritz Klinke announces fundraising effort to place 200 feet of track to restart the historic line.
News briefs: April 18, 2013
Posted on April 18 2013, 9:58am by Mark Esper in Local News
Council hearing on special events petition Monday; Forum April 25 on mandatory registration for Weminuche Wilderness.
Opinion: Turning an ugly vacant lot into a park
Posted on April 11 2013, 2:28pm by Mark Esper in Local News
Lot at 12th and Greene has been a disgrace in the heart of downtown Silverton for five years.
MacDougall appointed to Town Board
Posted on April 11 2013, 2:26pm by Mark Esper in Local News
He replaces John Schertz who resigned last month.
News briefs: April 11, 2013
Posted on April 11 2013, 2:21pm by Mark Esper in Local News
Body found near Coal Bank Pass identified; Meeting April 17 on Silverton Northern project
BLM under fire over snowmobiling curbs
Posted on April 04 2013, 10:56am by Mark Esper in Local News
Withdrawal of snowmobiling in popular area near Molas Lake will hurt business, community, BLM officials told.