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Department of Education releases TCAP results

Data released last month by the Colorado Department of Education indicated that, for the most part, local students improved in reading, remained steady in writing, but got worse in math.…

Town releases report on downtown flooding

On the night of Tuesday, July 15, a sudden and substantial summer thunderstorm caused floodwaters to spill over the banks of Rumbaugh Creek near the intersection of Lewis and 1st…

It’s official: Schulte becomes town manager

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Greg Schulte was officially appointed to the position of town manager for Pagosa Springs at Tuesday night’s town council meeting, and the way the matter…

School superintendent refuses to release documents

The evaluation tool for the superintendent of the Archuleta School District was one of three major discussion items on the agenda at the Board of Education’s annual strategic planning retreat,…

Majestic Drive set to receive pavement

Majestic Drive in Pagosa Springs — which connects at one end to Piedra Road beyond Solomon Drive, at the other end to U.S. 160 near Trinity Lane and for the…

Town tables hilltop issue

While the shale cliff above 6th Street in downtown Pagosa Springs still isn’t fully protected, it did receive a brief reprieve last week when town council decided to table the…

Schulte offered town’s top job

Schulte offered town’s top job

Interim Town Manager Greg Schulte, who took over as the top administrator for the Town of Pagosa Springs following the resignation of David Mitchem earlier this year, was offered the…

ASD principals welcome students back to school

This year, the first day of school for all students in the Archuleta School District will be Sept. 2, which is the day after Labor Day, and all three building…

Town clarifies open burning permit requirements

Pagosa Springs Police Chief William Rockensock will ask town council at today’s noon meeting to approve the second reading of an ordinance that would clarify the town’s open burning law.…

County unemployment rate remains steady

With efforts underway to revitalize an economic development organization in Pagosa Springs, the unemployment rate for the county remained steady from June to July. There were 36 more people in…