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Town, county give $18,000 for geothermal exploration

Staff Writer Imagine using geothermal energy to generate electricity locally. Jerry Smith of Pagosa Verde made a request for $9,000 from the Pagosa Springs Town Council at its Tuesday night…

Pirates win two, head to playoffs Friday

Pirates win two, head to playoffs Friday

Staff Writer After an away game in Monte Vista on Feb. 21, the boys’ basketball season ended in Pagosa Country with a bang Monday night as the Pirates were finally…

Friends present tower idea, groups work to get along

Staff Writer Friends of Reservoir Hill board member Christine Funk brought Norm Vance to the Feb. 21 Pagosa Springs town council meeting to help present an idea for a new…

Lawsuit against town withdrawn

Staff Writer The threat of a lawsuit no longer looms over the Town of Pagosa Springs, its town manager, clerk, planner, mayor and most of its individual town council members,…

Concerns expressed about trail, school connection

Staff Writer What started as a friendly report at the last meeting of the Archuleta School District Board of Education by Pagosa Springs Town Planner James Dickhoff on this summer’s…

Pirates book two league victories

Pirates book two league victories

Staff Writer Last week’s clear skies and dry roads meant basketball fans in Pagosa Country finally got some action after a heavy snowstorm the previous weekend dumped 48 inches of…

Sales tax results flat in 2012

Staff Writer Sales tax revenues for September, November and December of 2012 were down significantly when compared to the previous year, cancelling out most of the earlier gains and leaving…

Who owns the potholes?

Staff Writer Try stopping at City Market on the way home from work. After a hard day at the office, turn right from U.S. 160 onto Talisman Drive, but be…

Pirates face two league foes this weekend

Staff Writer Basketball action in Pagosa Country came to a screeching halt last weekend when a massive snowstorm rolled in, dumping a total of 48 inches of fresh powder on…

Commission, committee discuss Reservoir Hill signage

Staff Writer Mike Musgrove, the recently elected chair of the Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Commission, accompanied by local architect Courtney King, attended the Monday afternoon meeting of the wayfinding…