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Skate competition raises funds, creates excitement

Skate competition raises funds, creates excitement

Staff Writer The Skaters’ Coalition for Concrete, a local grassroots organization formed over a decade ago to get a permanent skateboard park built in Pagosa Springs, held its eighth annual…

Economic development: Setting goals, defining roles

Staff Writer The three main economic development organizations in Archuleta County continue to work to establish their respective rolls in the community, especially in light of changes within those organizations.…

Pagosa Springs … cannibis destination?

Staff Writer As differences between the Town of Pagosa Springs and the Chamber of Commerce are finally getting worked out, a new question has come up concerning the Visitor Center…

Water and power authority moves forward

Staff Writer The composition of the Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority was nearly finalized at last week’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting when three councilors volunteered to serve…

Council divided on sales tax issue

Staff Writer This week’s joint work session for the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners was canceled at the last minute due to technical…

Council hears from smart meter opponents

Staff Writer Every chair in the council chamber at Pagosa Springs Town Hall was occupied and a crowd soon gathered at the door last Tuesday as Mayor Don Volger called…

6th Street bridge moves forward

Staff Writer Despite a number of setbacks and disappointments concerning the 6th Street pedestrian bridge, the Pagosa Springs Town Council voted last week to move forward with the project in…

Input sought on catch-and-release proposal for San Juan

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee member Larry Fisher led a meeting last week in which nearly 20 concerned anglers and local fishing guides tried to explain to two…

Town lends support to skate park project

Town lends support to skate park project

Staff Writer Just in time for its eighth annual skateboard competition and fundraiser, which will start at 10 a.m.  on July 12 in Yamaguchi Park, the Skaters’ Coalition for Concrete…

8th Street repaving project hits snag

Staff Writer While the focus of Monday night’s public input meeting centered on whether or not parking should be removed and bike lanes added to 8th Street, at Tuesday night’s…