e edition login button

Home » Entries posted by Ed Fincher, Staff Writer (Page 10)
Stories written by Ed Fincher, Staff Writer

Town planning commission opposes marijuana businesses

When the Pagosa Springs Town Council decided recently to change direction regarding the issue of allowing marijuana businesses within town limits, everyone understood there would be a lot of work…

Pirate boys enter state tournament

Pirate boys enter state tournament

The Pagosa Springs boys’ basketball team entered postseason action last week during the Intermountain League Tournament and the results were no different than what Pirate fans have grown to expect…

Parts of Archuleta County no longer an Enterprise Zone

At its Tuesday night meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council heard a report from Laura Lewis Marchino, the assistant director of the Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado…

Snow delays soccer season

Although the Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates began soccer practice last week, they were unable to play their scrimmage games last Saturday in Canon City and they had to cancel tomorrow’s…

Geothermal exploration granted line of credit

The Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority (PAGWAPA) asked for, and received, a loan totaling $500,000 from both the Town of Pagosa Springs and Archuleta County during two separate…

Downtown Task Force assists with grant to hire staff

The Downtown Task Force (DTF), which has been working with Downtown Colorado Inc., since 2012 to form some type of development authority, met last week with Pagosa Springs Town Manager…

Pirate boys earn back-to-back wins, host Mean Moose tonight

Pirate boys earn back-to-back wins, host Mean Moose tonight

The Pagosa Springs Pirates boys’ basketball team performed better this week than they have in quite a while, pulling off victories against both the Centauri Falcons at home on Saturday…

Tracks Across Borders Scenic and Historic Byway makes progress

The Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee voted at this month’s meeting to draft a letter of support for the Tracks Across Borders Scenic and Historic Byway (TABB). “It’s a new…

Sales tax collections up 7.15 percent for 2014

Even though the weather has remained unusually mild and the season’s first significant snowstorm didn’t hit Wolf Creek Ski Area until the winter solstice on Dec. 21, just in time…

Pirate boys break even again, face Centauri next

The Pagosa Springs Pirates broke even once again last week, falling 42-32 to the Mean Moose in Alamosa on Friday night and then beating the Monte Vista Pirates 45-35 on…