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Responding to pressure from “a great volume of member and community feedback,” the DMEA board of directors is changing direction on broadband.
Since August, the DMEA board has felt increasing public and political pressure to make itself into an Internet service provider.
Just how did a small Civil War diary written by a young soldier from Wisconsin find its way to the Pioneer Town museum office in Cedaredge, Colorado?
Phil Ellsworth, a volunteer for the Surface Creek Valley Historical Society has solved that mystery. He related the story on Jan. 28 when he spoke to members of the T&R (Tired and Retired) group prior to its monthly luncheon. A timely topic, as this year marks the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War.
In an unusual twist of events, the Paonia Town Board has scheduled a hearing to dismiss its town clerk Barbara Peterson — who was one of three town employees laid off in December. Peterson, one public works employee and one police officer were all laid off due to what town manager Jane Berry is calling the Town of Paonia’s “extreme financial distress.”