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Pirates fall prey to Panthers, face Olathe tomorrow

Pirates fall prey to Panthers, face Olathe tomorrow

The Pagosa Springs Pirate football team lost its homecoming game to the Montezuma-Cortez Panthers last Friday night by a score of 10-7, moving the team’s win-loss record to 1-5 overall…

Sales tax collections up 14.6 percent in August

According to Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, the total sales tax collection for August 2015 was $817,251.54, which is $103,836.62 or 14.6 percent higher than the same month in…

Pirates to host Panthers in homecoming game

Pirates to host Panthers in homecoming game

The Pagosa Springs Pirates lost their first league football game in Alamosa last week, 48-0, which moved their overall win-loss record to 1-4 and their state 2A ranking to 31.…

Tourism director proposes hot springs loop

The Pagosa Springs Town Council agreed this week to participate, along with four other Colorado communities, in submitting a grant application to the Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) that will create…

Pagosa to become Continental Divide Trail Gateway Community

Representatives from the Continental Divide Trail Coalition (CDTC) met recently with members of the Pagosa Springs Area Tourism Board to guide the town through the process of becoming a CDTC…

Town council begins budget season

Town Manager Greg Schulte presented the preliminary budget for 2016 during Tuesday night’s town council meeting, explaining there was no action required on the matter at this time; it was…

CDOT to present revised downtown highway plan

Colorado Department of Transportation Traffic and Safety Engineer Mike McVaugh will present his revised plans for restriping the highway through downtown Pagosa Springs at next Tuesday night’s town council meeting.…

Pagosa Pirates fall to Monte Pirates, face Alamosa Friday

Pagosa Pirates fall to Monte Pirates, face Alamosa Friday

The Pagosa Springs High School football team traveled to Monte Vista last Friday night for an epic Pirate-versus-Pirate battle, but in the end suffered a 42-12 defeat. “Monte Vista has…

Chromo post office location discussed

Nearly a dozen U.S. Postal Service (USPS) customers showed up for the meeting at the Chromo fire station last Thursday to discuss ideas and ask questions concerning a new location…

Efforts to expand broadband continue

The growing digital divide, wherein densely populated centers continue to make huge leaps forward in terms of high-speed Internet connectivity while rural areas get left behind, has become a major…