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Council cuts red tape, saves business

Staff Writer Red tape and out-of-control government bureaucracy once again threatened to shoot down a small business in Pagosa Springs (the Flying Burrito on 7th Street), forcing town council to…

School district deals with minor deficit fund balance

The Archuleta School District 50 Joint Board of Education found out at their November meeting that they had violated Colorado Revised Statute and could face a letter of reprimand from…

Council debates raises for town employees

Providing raises for Pagosa Springs’ town staff has been a subject of debate at several recent town council work sessions, starting on Nov. 1 with a presentation by Mike Swallow…

Pirates look to improve defense before first game

In preparation for their season opener against Sanford tomorrow night, the Pagosa Springs varsity boys’ basketball team travelled to Farmington, N. M., to play a series of practice scrimmages against…

Town to crack down on park vandalism

Town to crack down on park vandalism

Due to a recent rash of vandalism at Pagosa Springs’ Town and Yamaguchi Parks, Tom Carosello, the director of the Parks and Recreation Department, announced at last week’s town council…

CDC asks town for $100,000

Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation board member Mark Weiler made a dramatic offer to the town council during its Nov. 15 work session after the CDC submitted a request for…

Pagosa boys face scrimmage test this weekend

High school sports fans stuck between seasons and jonesing for some action should be happy to learn that, for the Pagosa Springs Pirates boys’ basketball team, practice started Nov. 9…

TTC changes approach to spending

The Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee has recently experienced a fundamental strategic shift in how members believe the revenue they gather from the local Lodgers Tax should be spent, thanks…

Sales tax figures positive, once the fog clears

Archuleta County Finance Director Diane Sorensen recently reported the September sales tax revenue received in November was $596,851 — an apparant decrease of $30,375 or 4.84 percent when compared to…

Pirate boys look for another successful season

Staff Writer As the seasons change in Pagosa Country, the temperatures plummet, Wolf Creek Ski Area opens, and another football season finally goes into the record books, sports fans will…