In case you missed the buzz, the people spoke and Squaw heard them. It all started with an anonymous, rather harsh, editorial letter we received via email concerning Squaw’s potential plans to close Silverado during the weekdays. While not representing Unofficial Networks’ stance on the topic, we felt the subject matter in the editorial important enough to publish since our site is meant to represent “what is really going on.” We feel that this is one of the major points of value of our website and we plan on continuing in this endeavor, so that you always get the inside scoop. What’s cool is that Squaw heard everything people had to say and responded by opening Silverado on Friday, a weekday. At this point, it appears that Squaw is planning on opening Silverado on bluebird powder days as well as any other day that is appropriate. Long live Silverado.
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