May 2008
High Country News;5/26/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p2
The article offers updates related to the "High Country News" (HCN) newspaper in Colorado. Kevin Haley, founder, publisher and editor of "San Juan Horseshoe," has visited the office to send his greetings. Mike Rosso, webmaster for four newspapers owned by Arkansas Valley Publishing, appreciates the HCN and recalls the old days of newspapers and the ancient linotype machine. Peter Lavigne, the soon-to-be-former director of the Colorado Water Workshop, has also dropped by the office. Lavigne would host the 33rd annual workshop at Western State College in May 2008.


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