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Drilling approved for geothermal project

The Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority met early yesterday morning, and while the meeting itself lasted less than 10 minutes, the decision made marked a monumental milestone for…

Sales tax up 8.16 percent

The sales tax revenue received last week for collections made during the month of August totaled $713,414.92, an increase of $53,841.25 or 8.16 percent compared to August 2013, according to…

Grant received for Reservoir Hill thinning project

Grant received for Reservoir Hill thinning project

A group of interested citizens participated in a walking tour of Reservoir Hill conducted by forester Steve Hartvigsen on Oct. 4. The full version of this story is available in…

Chromo post office reduces hours

Richard “Dick” Neyen Sr., referred to by many as the unofficial mayor of Chromo, retired last week after 16 years as the Chromo postmaster. In a phone interview with SUN…

TCAP results: GOAL Academy

Based on its results from the Transitional Colorado Assessment Program (TCAP), the state’s standardized test for students, GOAL Academy was classified as needing improvement. The full version of this story…

Pirates fall prey to Panthers, battle Olathe tomorrow

After a victory over Alamosa the previous week, the Pagosa Springs Pirate football team fell prey to the Montezuma-Cortez Panthers this last weekend by a score of 41-6. “Last week…

Cox elected CDC president

With the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners both entering the heaviest part of budget season, questions remain about how much funding, if any,…

Pirates earn second victory of the season

Pirates earn second victory of the season

The Pagosa Springs Pirates improved their win-loss record to 2-3 after beating the Alamosa Mean Moose by a score of 41-15 during last Friday’s homecoming game in Golden Peaks Stadium.…

County unemployment continues to drop

With snow reported on Wolf Creek Pass Monday afternoon and one of Pagosa’s largest industries — skiing — almost ready to fire up for another season, the local employment situation…

Sewer pipeline construction to stop for winter

Construction work on the pipeline that will pump sewage from the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement Districts’ (PSSGID) lagoon facility south of Yamaguchi Park to the Vista Wastewater Treatment…