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Trujillo repaving to start in coming weeks

The Trujillo Road repaving project, which unexpectedly came before the Pagosa Springs Town Council earlier this summer, was once again a matter for discussion at Tuesday evening’s meeting. The Archuleta…

Town to discuss lines on Community Center gym floor

A plethora of pickleball players presented public comment to the Pagosa Springs Town Council at its most recent meeting. “Wow, we have a house full,” Mayor Don Volger observed. “Now,…

Pagosa Country offers a star-spangled weekend

As far as what the public will see, this year’s Fourth of July fireworks display will be just like last year’s, with the same number and type of fireworks, in…

Town suggests collaboration with county on parks and recreation maintenance

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The idea of using personnel and equipment from the Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Department to take care of parks owned by Archuleta County was…

Local unemployment rate down in May

The Fourth of July is just around the corner, this year’s late spring moisture has turned Pagosa Country into a verdant green paradise, and as the bustling crowds of tourists…

Team Intrepid Fallen Heroes passes through Pagosa in Race Across America

Most of the bicyclists competing in the 34th annual Race Across America, which began in California and will end more than 3,000 miles away in Maryland, could be seen peddling…

Town tackles tax compliance issue

During Jennie Green’s monthly report on lodgers’ tax at last week’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting, the issue of businesses who are out of compliance sparked quite a bit of…

Walmart appeals determination on parking lot lights

The Pagosa Springs Board of Adjustments will conduct a public hearing next Tuesday, June 30, to consider an appeal from Walmart Real Estate Business Trust regarding Town Planner James Dickhoff’s…

Property purchased, downtown grocery store progresses

If all continues to go well, by August the downtown neighborhoods of Pagosa Springs will once again enjoy a full-service grocery store. “Thank heaven, we finally closed on Monday,” Hometown…

CDOT explains changes to McCabe Creek project

The Colorado Department of Transportation has not issued a statement or news release concerning its newest plan for McCabe Creek, but the topic has come up at a number of…