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Fire danger: Extreme
Posted on June 21 2012, 1:01pm by Mark Esper in Local News
Fire restrictions in effect; Silverton fire department waiting to decide whether to cancel fireworks show.
A stone for Robert Patterson
Posted on June 21 2012, 12:59am by Mark Esper in Local News
Silverton youths pitch in to place a tombstone on grave of infant boy who died in 1910.
News briefs: June 21, 2012
Posted on June 21 2012, 12:55am by Mark Esper in Local News
Primary election Tuesday; car reported stolen; Long arm of law snatches suspect through a window.
Head exams by Professor Cranium
Posted on June 04 2012, 3:12pm by Mark Esper in Local News
As part of Step Back in Time, famed phrenologist visits Silverton to consult with victims. Oops. We mean PATIENTS.
Tiny hydro project generates red tape
Posted on June 04 2012, 3:09pm by Mark Esper in Local News
8-kilowatt plant has been ready to go for months, but Federal Energy Regulatory Commission paperwork has it idled.
Video: NBC Today Show story on the Silverton Standard!
Posted on May 16 2012, 8:35am by Mark Esper in Local News
The long-awaited NBC "Today Show" story on the community effort to save this historic newspaper has already aired in the Eastern Time Zone. And the video is now online!
Historical marker for newspaper unveiled
Posted on May 10 2012, 3:43pm by Mark Esper in Local News
The Standard & the Miner has been designated a National Historic Site in Journalism by the Society of Professional Journalists.
News briefs: May 10, 2012
Posted on May 10 2012, 3:35pm by Mark Esper in Local News
Train season starts; no word on airing date for "Today Show" story on the Standard.
Udall tours problematic abandoned mines
Posted on May 03 2012, 8:42am by Mark Esper in Local News
Locations on Cement Creek blamed for heavy metals in Animas River.
Laughter and tears for Silverton's 2 graduates
Posted on May 03 2012, 8:38am by Mark Esper in Local News
Silverton’s two high school seniors received their diplomas Tuesday night, May 1, in a bittersweet ceremony full of laughter, along with some tears.