VOL. 23, No. 50 - Thursday, March 22, 2001 - Silver
"County Population Up 69 Percent. 2000 Census tabulates 790
residents in Hinsdale County, up from 467 in 1990"
"LCTV Begins Local Broadcast. Locally produces radio program airs on
Cable TV Channel 13 starting April 1"
"Gunnison's 'Partners' to Bring Youth Programs to Lake City"
OBITUARIES: "Paul F. King ... Calif. man, 80, was great great
grandson of Lake City's founder"
"Mildred Thompson... daughter of Lake Fork ranchers, 95,
dies March 12 in Calif."
"Census Data Reflects Economic Ups and Downs"
VOL. 23, No. 49 - Thursday, March 15, 2001 - Silver
"Country Raises Trash Rates"
"Slumgullion Pass Snow Depth, Water Content at High Levels"
"Whinnery Injured in Skiing Accident"
"High School, Community Issues Addressed by High School
"Medical Center Benefit Friday"
"Hollingsworths extend thanks..."
"Notice of Rate Adjustment"
OBITUARIES: " Jean V. Conover .. Delta, Colo., woman, 94, was
granddaughter of pioneer Lake Fork Ranchers"
"Wendell R. Fobare ... Hotchkiss, Colo., resident 84,
was well known local carpenter, musician."
"Chad Joseph Hollingsworth... son of local business
owners, 24, spent life in Lake City" (lengthy obituary in paper)
"PTSA Receives $1,000 Donation"
Note from Web Ring Founder - Deva Winblood
For those of you who have a chance to talk to Grant Houston of the
Silver World would you do me a favor? I have been trying to get him
to let me put the old issues of the Silver World ONLINE. He has a
wealth of information and great reading in the morgue. Those of you
fortunate enough to have spoken with Grant may have noticed a reluctance
on his part to embrace technology until he absolutely has too. This
is not always bad. In past conversations with Grant his main concern
with putting issues of the Silver World Online has been a fear that he
would lose subscribers as they would be able to read the news online
instead. This is why I only list the headlines. I have
proposed to put back issues online with photos and the full articles and
if you have an interest in such a project please let Grant know. Let
him know where you heard about it and maybe he will let me do it. I
have only been asking him about it since about July of 1998.
In addition, I would like to thank those of you that visit this site
regularly and are making my efforts worthwhile. Please continue to
spread the word about this site and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
with any announcements that you would like to make.
VOL. 23. No. 48 - Thursday, March 8, 2001 - Silver World Headlines (hey
the issue # should have been No. 45)
"Cabin Fever Players Practice 'The Holdup'"
"Bank Sales End; Lake City, Creede Together Again"
"Hinsdale School District Receives Academic Accreditation
"Local Man Found Dead"
"Trustees Adopt Updated Historic District Guidelines"
"'Students Speak' in Community Wide Panel Discussion"
"Youth Issues Topic pf March 15 Health Council Meeting"
"Advisory Board Members Needed"
"Attention All Water Users"
VOL. 23, No. 44 - Thursday, March 1, 2001 - Silver
"Denison Proposes $1.5 Million Justice Center"
"School Expansion Calls for Additional Six Classrooms"
"Search & Rescue, EMS Deployed for Missing, Injured Snowmobilers"
Obituaries: "Huldah Rawson -- wife of Lake City native Downing O.
Rawson dies at age 91"
"Rebecca Siebert -- Texas resident, 51, first
vacationed in area in 1975"
"Jeannette Beaty -- Texas native, 74, owned Ball
"Fever Players in rehearsal for 'Holdup'"
"Aloha from the beach party"
"Notice of Rate Adjustment"
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