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Lindner, Dryburgh win school board vote

Lindner, Dryburgh win school board vote

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education will welcome two new members to its ranks at its next meeting (on Nov. 12) after Tuesday night’s election results showed…

School board meeting features noise, confusion and conflict

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education held a special meeting Tuesday night, and while the discussion turned out to be rather mundane, the timing…

Football season ends with loss at Bayfield

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Pirates ended the 2013 football season against their traditional rivals, the Wolverines, in Bayfield last Friday, and though it was a hard-fought battle to the…

While one Big Box store waits, another is built

Staff Writer While Wal-Mart elected to delay groundbreaking for a store until next spring because of unacceptably high contractor bids, Tractor Supply Company, despite some roadblocks, is making  progress towards…

Football team closes season tomorrow at Bayfield

Football team closes season tomorrow at Bayfield

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Pirates football team, ranked 31 in the state 2A division with a 2-4 league record and 2-6 overall, suffered its third loss in a row,…

School board considers safety issues

Staff Writer In preparation for next month’s election, the four candidates campaigning for two open seats on the Archuleta School District’s Board of Education were recently featured in a series…

Town, county fund power plant test

Staff Writer Sixty-five thousand, five hundred dollars. That’s how much money the town of Pagosa Springs was asked to invest in feasibility research for a geothermal electric power plant proposed…

Pirates to host Gunnison in Friday tilt

Pirates to host Gunnison in Friday tilt

Staff Writer The Pagosa Pirates made the trip to Olathe last week, and while the corn may be sweet up there this time of year, the football is definitely ferocious…

County unemployment rate down in August

Staff Writer On Oct. 1, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment announced the state’s Unemployment Insurance Division was prepared to assist approximately 40,000 federal workers impacted by the government…

Two perspectives on Amendment 66

Two perspectives on Amendment 66

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District will hold an election next month in which four candidates will vie for two seats on the Board of Education and voters will be…