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This newspaper article is from 1982 and describes Telluride's ninth annual Bluegrass and Country Music Festival. While not noted, the Rocky Mountain News is believed to be the publisher, since John Ashton is the author of the article.
142) Tom Hale
"Thomas Henry Hale, a pioneer in Colorado politics and local government, died on Jan. 23, 2018 in Georgetown at the age of 73 after a nine-month battle with brain cancer. Mr. Hale was born on July 15, 1944 in Boston to a distinguished family with deep roots in New England spanning back to the Mayflower. His relatives established the oldest law firm in the United States, today called WilmerHale. The Hales also had a deep tradition in public service:...
Jim Bedford and Ken Mondlin published this questionnaire in the Telluride Times on May 31, 1973. They wanted to know what the citizens of Telluride, Colorado would like a town radio station to be. Other board members of the San Miguel Educational Fund, mentioned in the article, include Ed Withers, David Sklare, and John Payne.
"About CHRAB: The Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board (CHRAB), established by Executive order of the Governor in 1976, serves two primary roles. In partnership with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC): Reviews NHPRC grant proposals from Colorado organizations and makes recommendations to the National Commission. Serves as a central advisory body within Colorado for historical records planning and coordination....
146) King Tet Productions
"King Tet® Productions, Ltd. was established in 1997 in San Diego, CA by Eric Van der Wyk. Eric is a Musician, Composer, Audio Engineer, Graphic and Web Designer and Computer Guru. He is dedicated to the art of Digital Audio Remastering of tapes and records to Compact Disc with maximum improved quality. In addition to Digital Audio Conversions, other services include Video Encoding, Audio Encoding, VHS to DVD conversion, Field Recordings, Field...