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Sales tax picture brightens with inspection

Staff Writer Sales tax figures are in for November, and while an initial glance at the report seems to indicate some bleak news for the beginning of the winter season…

Pirates suffer first loss of season

Staff Writer After taking three weeks off for the holiday break, the Pagosa Springs Pirates boys’ basketball team hit the road fired up and ready to play as they once…

Council withdraws Reservoir Hill petition

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs town council held a special meeting Monday afternoon where, immediately after Mayor Ross Aragon called the meeting to order and Town Clerk April Hessman conducted…

District moves to bolster school safety

Staff Writer School safety remained a major topic of discussion for the Archuleta School District Board of Education Tuesday when transportation director Dolly Martin presented board members with a report…

Town moves to deal with truck parking problem

Staff Writer Zach Richardson, the Pagosa Springs building official, played an instrumental role in the town’s recent fight to stop tanker truck drivers from using the Aspen Village subdivision as…

Pagosa students take a PAC trip to Grand Canyon

Pagosa students take a PAC trip to Grand Canyon

Staff Writer Sean Lee and Alijandra Calvillo, two students from the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate Achievement Center, recently joined their teacher, Marty Borges, in making a presentation to the…

Petition effort moves forward

Staff Writer Questions have been raised concerning the legality of a second petition sponsored by select members of the Pagosa Springs Town Council that proposes another ballot issue be put…

CDC faces challenges

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation is heading into 2013 without funding from either town or county government, with only a virtual presence and no physical office space,…

Impact fee changes considered

Staff Writer The use of impact fees has been a hotly-debated issue for the Pagosa Springs Town Council since Wal-Mart announced its intention to build a 91,000 square-foot super center…

Wal-Mart process moves ahead

Staff Writer Wal-Mart has submitted a Lot Consolidation and Boundary Line Adjustment Preliminary Plat, according to Pagosa Springs Town Planner James Dickhoff’s department head report to town council on Dec.…