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Pagosa Springs to host Ride the Rockies bike tour

Pagosa Springs to host Ride the Rockies bike tour

This year, Pagosa Country will again host one of the largest, most prominent bike tours in Colorado — The Denver Post Ride The Rockies tour. Pagosa hosted Ride The Rockies…

Tonight’s basketball games rescheduled for tomorrow

Due to Cortez High School school being cancelled today, the basketball games scheduled for tonight, Wednesday, Jan. 25, versus Cortez have once again been postponed. The games are rescheduled for…

Tonight’s basketball games postponed

Saturday evening’s basketball games against the Montezuma-Cortez Panthers have been postponed due to inclement weather and will be played on Wednesday. All games will be played at the same times…

Here we go again; Storm to begin this afternoon

Here we go again; Storm to begin this afternoon

A series of Pacific storm systems will influence western Colorado late this afternoon through the middle of next week. The heaviest snow is expected over the Southern and Central Mountains…

Avalanche hazards and mitigation statewide, another storm hits tonight

Due to heavy snow and high wind gusts, and in the interest of public safety, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has conducted both planned and unplanned avalanche mitigation work…

Another round of snow in the forecast

By Archuleta County Office of Emergency Management A vigorous jet stream will bring another round of heavy wind-driven snow to the Continental Divide from tonight through Tuesday morning, with the…

Update: Wolf Creek Pass reopened 12:30 p.m., Jan. 6

Pass closed due to avalanche concerns, may remain closed overnight U.S. 160 Wolf Creek Pass remains closed due to avalanche concerns. The pass is expected to remain closed through day…

Avalanche control operations set for Wolf Creek Pass Thursday morning

Due to the current snowstorm moving across the state, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will conduct avalanche control operations to trigger potential snow slides and then plows will clear…

Slow moving storm to impact travel, 1-2 feet of snow predicted for San Juan Mountains

A slow moving storm will impact travel statewide for much of the week. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is warning motorists that winter storm conditions have been forecast beginning…

Crews to conduct avalanche control on Wolf Creek Pass Saturday

Motorists will experience a delay on U.S. 160, Wolf Creek Pass Saturday morning, Dec. 24. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will close the pass at 6:30 a.m. to conduct…