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Downtown City Market building has new owner

Staff Writer The property that formerly housed the downtown City Market was sold by the Dillon Real Estate Company, on behalf of the Kroger Company, last Friday to the Pierce…

Schools: different tests, different results

Staff Writer Last week the Colorado Department of Education released the results for the 2013 Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP), which measures student ability and growth in reading, writing, math…

June sales tax figures foil predictions

Staff Writer Archuleta County sales tax revenue received in August 2013 for the month of June totaled $637,423.86, an increase of only $62.43 or .01 percent over June 2012. However,…

TTC suggests zipline for Reservoir Hill

Staff Writer Placing a treetop zipline course on Reservoir Hill may still be an option if the Pagosa Springs Town Council agrees to bring the matter up with town voters…

Town to hold marijuana issue work session

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs town council has scheduled a work session for Friday, Aug. 23, at 5 p.m. in order to discuss the marijuana issue, and members of the…

District seeks school board candidates

Staff Writer For all those armchair quarterbacks who like to complain about the “sorry state” of education in America today, here’s a chance to do something about it — the…

PLPOA vote OKs work on rec center, parks and trail system

Staff Writer As a task force of concerned local citizens continues to pursue the possibility of a recreation center for downtown Pagosa Springs, members of the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners…

School board names interim superintendent

Staff Writer Linda Reed was named interim superintendent for the upcoming school year by the Archuleta School District Board of Education at its Tuesday night meeting, following last week’s resignation…

Scott Spoede takes helm of football program

Scott Spoede takes helm of football program

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Pirate high school football team is gearing up this month for a fresh season with a new head coach who has some innovative ideas about…

Town considers eminent domain in pipeline conflict

Staff Writer After last month’s meeting of the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District, where board member David Schanzenbaker confronted Mayor Ross Aragon and admonished his fellow board members…