Latest News – November 13

Learn Things: Become a Leadville Today Contributor! 

This month, Leadville Today marks 5 years of publishing daily online news about Leadville and Lake County. It’s been a privilege to report the good news and interesting stories about life in Leadville Today, as well as it’s one-of-a-kind past.Spac_50

Become a Leadville Today Contributor! Soem space open fro Tuesday, Nov. 15, or plan ahead to the next session on December 14. SIGN UP HERE

Become a Leadville Today Contributor! Some space open for Tuesday, Nov. 15, or plan ahead to the next session on December 14. SIGN UP HERE

Spac_50As readership and social media engagement grows, so does the interest of people, groups and businesses wanting to submit a story, share a photo/video, or news brief. And that’s great; it’s what LT is all about. This interest has lead to a need to formalize the submission and LT Contributor process. So Leadville Today has started a series of meetings and teaching sessions. The first one is this Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 4 – 6 p.m. and there is still some room in that first group. The first step is to fill out a LT Contributor FORM.

The next session is December 14, allowing time to plan ahead. More sessions will follow in the new yearThe purpose is to provide some background and insight into how Leadville Today works, the model and format process in place which will allow your work to be seen by thousands, and an opportunity to share your creative input.

Wear cool gear! Enjoy the media perks! Become an Internet sensation. SIGN UP to become a Leadville Today Contributor.

Wear cool gear! Enjoy the media perks! Become an Internet sensation. SIGN UP to become a Leadville Today Contributor.

From your own story ideas, to paid assignments, to what the best way to get the news out about your organization/group/business, the LT staff will be covering it all. Response from our 5th Anniversary newsletter (SUBSCRIBE) was encouraging and Tuesday’s meeting should be the beginning of the next, great LT chapter. 

So if you are ready to take your writing, or photography /videography to the next level, please complete the LT Contributor form and you’ll be provided with additional details.
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Turquoise Lake Road Back Open Until Snow Piles Up!

The new tunnel/bridge on the Turquoise Lake loop road at the May Queen Campground is now complete thanks to great efforts by the Lake County Public Works crew.

The new tunnel/bridge on the Turquoise Lake loop road at the May Queen Campground is now complete thanks to great efforts by the Lake County Public Works crew. This is a very heavily traffic’d road in the summer months as well as for skiers and snowmobilers during the winter season.

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