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Town receives traffic study

While Pagosa Springs Town Planner James Dickhoff’s report to town council last week contained a number of routine updates concerning ongoing local projects, the last item he mentioned was a…

Sewer district faces more pipeline overruns

During last week’s regular meeting of the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District, Gene Tautges, the district’s supervisor, gave his standard report on the progress of the sewer pipeline…

Region 9 issues economic report

The Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado recently updated a report it publishes every two years that provides a snapshot of county-level economic data. The full version of…

Community Development Corporation strengthens bylaws

The relationship between the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation, the Town of Pagosa Springs and Archuleta County remained a major topic of discussion at Tuesday night’s CDC board of directors…

Pirate boys produce mixed results

Pirate boys produce mixed results

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirates produced mixed results during last week’s boys’ basketball action, beating the Cortez Panthers on Jan. 14, but then losing to the Monte Vista Pirates…

Clint Alley named new Chamber of Commerce director

Clint Alley named new Chamber of Commerce director

The Pagosa Area Chamber of Commerce is now under new leadership. “The Pagosa Springs Chamber Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Clint Alley has accepted the position of…

Reservoir Hill forest-thinning project will begin soon

The proposed Reservoir Hill forest-thinning project is tentatively scheduled to begin next month, according to a recent announcement from the Town of Pagosa Springs, which posted all of the relevant…

Pagosa Verde is in hot water, literally

Kirsten Skeehan from Pagosa Verde, LLC, provided the Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority (PAGWAPA) with a report on the progress of the drilling operation currently underway near Light…

Pirate boys suffer two losses, postpone Cortez game

While the Pagosa Springs Pirates had two games scheduled for this week — against the Bloomfield, N.M., Bobcats Saturday and the Cortez Panthers Tuesday — the game in Cortez was…

Sales tax collections increase through November

According to a report last week from Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, the gross sales tax for November 2014 was $510,855.93, which is 2.28 percent higher than what was…

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