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Archives for February 2018

Ice Fishing Bonanza

It was a joyful romp at Saturday’s annual Lake San Cristobal Ice Fishing Derby with snowmobiles cutting lazy circles on the lake surface and a variety of children and dogs romping over the lake’s frozen surface. The southern end of the lake near its outlet was a favorite for ice fishermen who repeatedly caught smaller-size

Political Caucuses March 6 Mark Start of Election Season

Election season in Lake City and Hinsdale County is heating up with scheduled town trustee and mayor elections on April 3 and, looking a bit further ahead, a Primary Election for Hinsdale County officials on Tuesday, June 26, and General Election on November 6. In advance of the election season, Hinsdale County Republicans and Democrats

Dr. Gina Carr, Clinic’s New Physician, Attends Health District Board Meeting

Lake Fork Health Service District Directors, meeting at the medical clinic at 8 a.m. on Monday this week, gave an enthusiastic greeting to the clinic’s new medical director, Dr. Gina Carr, who attended the meeting. As previously reported, Dr. Carr is a Buena Vista, Colorado, physician who has been selected to replace Dr. Beuford Durmon

School Funding to Focus on 33,000-s.f. School Rehab, Gym

by Sally Scott Moore Monday evening, February 5, was the third and final “public vision” gathering to offer opportunities for local residents to meet RTA Architect Brian Calhoun and view several broad-brush concepts for the planned Lake City Community School renovation. Having incorporated audience ideas proffered at previous meetings, Calhoun readied a fresh power point

Atchuuu! Influenza Prevention Stressed

Lake City and environs are in the midst of a widespread influenza epidemic this week with upwards of a third of the student enrollment at Lake City Community School out at mid-week and daily review as to whether the school should briefly suspend classes. Lake City Area Medical Center also reports increased cases of Type