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Father’s Day Remembrance at UU Fellowship

On Sunday, June 16, the Pagosah Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will have a special Father’s Day Remembrance service, led by Merlin Wheeler. Wheeler asks the question, “Do you know when Father’s Day was first…

What can we learn from the Little Sand Fire?

On June 18 and 19, the community will have the chance to discuss the management and impacts of last year’s Little Sand Fire, as well as tour the burn area.…

Delfina Rosalia Lister

Delfina Rosalia Lister

Longtime Pagosa Springs resident Delfina Rosalia Lister passed away on June 8, 2013, at Pioneer Valley Hospital in West Valley City, Utah. She was 78 years old. “Delfie” was born…

Red Flag Warning issued for area

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning for most of western Colorado, including Archuleta County. The warning is in effect From Thursday noon to 8 p.m. for…

Officials work to exhume body in double homicide

Officials work to exhume body in double homicide

Authorities are digging into an unsolved 1982 double homicide — literally. In the near future, Archuleta County Sheriff Det. George Barter, with the help of the New Mexico Office of…

U.S. Marshals, ACSO arrest fugitive

U.S. Marshals, with the help of Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel, arrested a man Monday for sex offender-related offenses who has been evading capture for about five years. According to…

Green light for Piedra Road project

Better late than never. The reconstruction of Piedra Road is looking more like a reality for this summer following this week’s green light to put the project out to bid,…

A new, lesser way to connect

A new, lesser way to connect

A conversation with visiting friends last week began with reminiscences concerning letters written by ancestors a century or more ago. The things those letters had in common are striking, and…

Sales tax revenues down in April

The shoulder season in Pagosa Springs, that time of year between when the ski area closes and the warm weather arrives, officially ended this week on the backs of about…

Burglars have a busy night, but no success

Local law enforcement stayed busy Saturday night with a string of back-to-back-to-back burglary attempts. Now, authorities are looking for information to help them deal with the incidents. The first of…