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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.
Breaking News: "Today Show" Story Scheduled For Thursday
Posted on April 28 2012, 1:10pm by Mark Esper in Local News
The NBC "Today Show" story on the Silverton Standard is now set to run on THURSDAY, May 3 due to a last minute schedule change!
Breaking News: EPA drops Superfund quest
Posted on April 19 2012, 11:58am by Mark Esper in Local News
Officials say they will instead work with the Animas River Stakeholders Group to address water quality issues related to abandoned mines.
Silverton Northern dream lives on
Posted on April 19 2012, 11:49am by Mark Esper in Local News
Fritz Klinke still has a dream. A dream to rebuild at least part of the old Silverton Northern Railroad that used to run from Silverton to Animas Forks.
News briefs: April 19, 2012
Posted on April 19 2012, 11:47am by Mark Esper in Local News
Still no air date for 'Today Show' story on Standard; Town Cleanup Day is Sunday.
Ski area sees guided skiing as its market
Posted on April 13 2012, 7:36am by Mark Esper in Local News
But some local backcountry skiers want to ride the lift more often.
Cassandra Papp appointed to Town Council
Posted on April 13 2012, 7:33am by Mark Esper in Local News
School teacher replaces Chris Tookey, who was elected mayor on April 3.
News briefs: April 1, 2012
Posted on April 13 2012, 7:29am by Mark Esper in Local News
Cement Creek water woes topic of session; Town, county declare Silverton Standard Day for May 5