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Historic Bible found at thrift shop, returned to family

Staff Writer A unique family Bible was found by former librarian Barb Draper at the Methodist Thrift Shop earlier this year and returned to the family by history and genealogy…

Pirate wrestlers gear up for IML competition

Staff Writer Pirate wrestlers will face seasoned competitors from Alamosa this coming Saturday after having had a break from mandatory practices during the holidays. Due to CHSAA regulations, the team…

Water conservancy district retains new legal counsel

Staff Writer The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) board met Monday, Dec. 9, for a work session and regular public meeting. The board made two significant decisions at the…

Medical center works to implement health records system

Staff Writer As the new year begins, staff at the Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) continue to work to install and utilize an electronic health records (EHR) system. Once installed,…

Film will have public premiere in Pagosa

Film will have public premiere in Pagosa

Staff Writer The world theater premiere of Cowboys*Indians, the first of many films Ian McCrudden’s Epiphany pictures hopes to produce in Pagosa, will be held at the downtown Liberty Theatre…

Improvements slated for Navajo State Park

Staff Writer A number of improvement projects have been scheduled by Colorado Parks and Wildlife at Navajo State Park to improve accessibility of the lake to boaters, heighten convenience for…

Wrestlers finish 2013 at Farmington

Staff Writer Pirate wrestlers traveled to Farmington, N.M., Saturday, Dec. 21 to compete in the 10th annual Panther Classic tournament against 20 total 5A, 4A and 3A teams, most of…

Wrestlers take third at Columbine tourney

Staff Writer The Pirate wresters continued to improve their skills, winning matches and scoring points last weekend at the Columbine Invitational tournament in Littleton. After competing against other wrestlers from…

Will the Affordable Care Act affect fire, emergency volunteer programs?

Staff Writer Enforcement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), signed into law by President Barack Obama March 23, 2014, could adversely affect volunteer services at the fire department and in…

School district to plan health center

Staff Writer Archuleta School District 50 Joint recently received a $20,000 planning grant from the Colorado Health Foundation to pay for the planning stages of a School Based Health Center…