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July 27, 2017

Archives for March 2017

Winter’s Snow on Blue Mesa No Match for Vintage SnoCat

   It may say spring on the calendar but it’s anything but as Blue Mesa resident Tom Stockton surveys the awe-inspiring expanse of snowfields looking out toward the West Elk Mountains and, to the east across the Cebolla, snow-covered Stewary, Mineral, and Baldy peaks. Stockton’s nearest neighbors are down the road in Blue Mesa Estates,

Pueblo Infant Traces Lake City Family Back Eight Generations

  Pueblo, Colorado, newborn Aubrey Nicole DeHerrera has a notable Hinsdale County ancestry which dates back a remarkable eight generations, including Lake City native — and recently retired Hinsdale County Clerk — Linda Pavich who is a first-time great grandmother. Aubrey, who weighed a diminutive 5-lb., 15-oz., 19-1/2” long at birth, was born in Pueblo

State Tournament Updates…Local Boys Basketball Team Ranks 6th after Three State Tournament Games/High School Knowledge Bowl Team Places 3rd at State Championship

Combined Lake City Fourteeners and Creede Miners’ Boys Varsity basketball team concluded their remarkable season with a win and two losses in last weekend’s State 1A Tournament in Greeley, finishing with a sixth place ranking in the state. For the season, the Creede and Lake City high school boys’ team — dubbed the “Cinderella Squad’

Deanna Cooper Cites Optimism, Enthusiasm as New Co. Administrator as

New Hinsdale County Administrator Deanna Kysar Cooper has been at her post just over a month and is emphatic as she describes a “sense of returning home” and enthusiasm as she delves into a multitude of exciting county projects. Over a coffee interview earlier this week, Cooper cites a plethora of on-going county projects which