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Archuleta County unemployment rate drops in July

Pagosa Springs Building Official Zach Richardson’s department head report to town council last week included a lot of good news — City Market’s remodeling project continues to move forward, Hometown…

Plan approved for new condos on Apache Street

The tiny mobile home park on the corner of Apache and 5th streets in the south neighborhood of downtown Pagosa Springs no longer exists. The last resident has left. All…

PSCDC board tackles broadband Internet problem, other issues

The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (PSCDC)presented an invoice to town council last week for the work it did during the second quarter of 2015, along with a progress report…

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s project gets underway in Centennial Park

Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s project gets underway in Centennial Park

The bids for the first phase of the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership’s project in Centennial Park came in much lower than expected, with work on the site already underway before last…

Town receives grant to save historic bridge

The Rumbaugh Creek stone arch bridge, located behind the old waterworks storage tanks near Lewis and 1st streets in downtown Pagosa Springs, may not collapse after all — if the…

McCabe Creek culvert project delayed until 2017

The McCabe Creek Culvert Project is one of the items on Greg Schulte’s Town Manager Report for today’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting agenda packet. In it he states, “At…

Downtown task force, CDOT engineers discuss highway lane configurations

The sidewalk along Pagosa Street in downtown Pagosa Springs, especially on the north side of the 400 block and especially during the peak tourist seasons, is congested and difficult for…

Several Reservoir Hill projects near completion

As the flagship of Pagosa Springs’ parks system, Reservoir Hill has received a lot of attention over the years, and this summer is no exception. Several of this year’s improvement…

June sales tax continues upward trend

The new Walmart store has only been collecting sales tax since late April, but the effect is becoming more and more undeniable. Even considering a continuation of the anomalous collections…

Town discusses priorities, highlights skate park

The Pagosa Springs Town Council conducted a second work session recently to finish talking about its list of goals, objectives and action items. This list was originally developed during several…

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