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Town well project could be delayed

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The annual job performance evaluation for Pagosa Springs town manager David Mitchem was one of the items on the agenda at last Thursday’s town council…

Pirates fall 27-0 to Coal Ridge

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs High School Pirates have yet to win a football game this season, suffering their fifth straight loss at the hands of the Coal Ridge Titans…

Starks resigns from town staff

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer At last Thursday’s town council meeting, Phil Starks officially announced his intent to quit both of his positions with the town, as the director of…

Teachers could receive step increases in salaries

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Teachers in the Archuleta School District began this school year without a step increase in their salary because, according to superintendent Mark DeVoti, the new…

Reservoir Hill project: Who pays the way?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer If Pagosa Springs Town Manager David Mitchem had walked into the Ross Aragon Community Center last week carrying a large hornet’s nest full of angrily…

Aragon attends Border Town Mayor’s Summit

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon attended the third annual Border Town Mayor’s Summit hosted by Farmington Mayor Tommy Roberts at Farmington’s Gateway Museum on Thursday,…

Group considers downtown improvement, assessment to begin

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation board member Udgar Parsons, who recently attended a seminar by Downtown Colorado, Inc., led a meeting Sept. 20 at the…

Pirates fall to Basalt Longhorns, 10-7

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Pirates’ homecoming football game against the Basalt Longhorns last Friday night at Golden Peaks Stadium was a nail-biter all the way to the bitter end,…

Who will fund the CDC?

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Tension ran high at the most recent meeting of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation on the heels of an announcement from Archuleta County Administrator…

County’s July sales tax revenues down 2.14 percent from 2011

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer For the last three months, reported sales tax revenues for Archuleta County have been below what they were for the same period last summer, indicating…