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Rec center proposal remains on agenda

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Community Recreation Center proposal will continue to move forward, despite a protest from Archuleta County, as town council plans to discuss an ordinance designed to…

Commission passes on proposing zip line

Staff Writer Conspicuously absent from the agenda for today’s Pagosa Springs town council meeting is any mention of the zip-line proposal for Reservoir Hill. Town Tourism Committee director Jennie Green…

Pirates beat Tigers again en route to league play

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Pirates found themselves in a much tougher battle than the previous week when the boys’ basketball team crossed Wolf Creek Pass to offer the Del…

Sales tax revenue increases 7.9 percent for November

Staff Writer November Sales Tax revenue received earlier this week totaled $499,450.22, an increase of $36,564.52 or 7.9 percent over November 2012, according to a report from LeeAnn Foutz of…

School board approves Unified Improvement Plans

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the Unified Improvement Plans (UIP) for all three schools and the district overall, but not before one…

Pirates start year out with victory over Tigers

Pirates start year out with victory over Tigers

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Pirates started the new year off right with a 48-38 victory over the Del Norte Tigers last Friday afternoon, moving their record to 3-4 and…

Aragon to end 36-year run as mayor

Aragon to end  36-year run  as mayor

Staff Writer This year Pagosa Springs’ voters will be asked to decide several important issues ranging from amenities on Reservoir Hill to positions on town council. Mayor Ross Aragon, during…

Town manager gets increase in salary

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs’ town manager David Mitchem presented a request for a cost of living increase to his salary at the Tuesday night town council meeting. According to Mitchem’s…

New minimum wage for state

Staff Writer Effective yesterday, Jan. 1, the new minimum wage for the state of Colorado has been raised to $8 per hour, or $4.98 for tipped employees — an increase…

County unemployment 6.8 percent in November

Staff Writer The unemployment rate for Archuleta County rose to 6.8 percent in November, with 6,176 people in the labor force and 421 of those claiming unemployment. In October, there…