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Pirates beat Bobcats, play Monte at home Friday

Pirates beat Bobcats, play Monte at home Friday

The Pagosa Springs Pirates won their first football game of the season Friday, taking down the Ignacio Bobcats 40-8. The game started off slowly, with neither team scoring during the…

County, town consider combining lodgers’ tax and tourism efforts

During Tuesday morning’s joint work session between the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners, Town Manager Greg Schulte presented a draft of a plan…

Town will again consider vacating alley right of way

A thin strip of land, owned by the Town of Pagosa Springs and legally described as a right of way (ROW) for an alley, is the only thing preventing a…

South 6th Street closed until Oct. 8

South 6th Street closed until Oct. 8

South 6th Street in downtown Pagosa Springs will be closed to traffic between U.S. 160 and Zuni Street until Oct. 8 to accommodate construction of access ramps and installation of…

South 6th Street to be closed until Oct. 8

Commuters in downtown Pagosa Springs need to be made aware of a significant road closure: Beginning, tomorrow, Sept. 17, at 8 a.m., South 6th Street will be closed to traffic…

Geothermal power project faces concerns about public/private partnership

According to 18th century Scots poet Robert Burns, “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” Pagosa Verde owner Jerry Smith must have this line of poetry…

Tipton holds town hall meeting, discusses government gridlock

Tipton holds town hall meeting, discusses government gridlock

Republican Rep. Scott Tipton held a town hall meeting in the Ross Aragon Community Center in Pagosa Springs last Thursday, and while he began by focusing on the bills he…

Pirates fall prey to Panthers, face Ignacio Friday

Pirates fall prey to Panthers, face Ignacio Friday

The Pagosa Springs Pirates football team suffered its second straight loss this season Friday, falling 49-19 to the Delta Panthers. Friday evening in Golden Peaks Stadium started out with everything…

Board votes ‘no’ on school-based health center

The Archuleta School District Board of Education gave in to public pressure at Tuesday night’s meeting, deciding to back away from the idea of a school-based health center … for…

July sales tax collections skyrocket, up 15.6 percent

Apparently, having fireworks for Independence Day is good for the local economy. The sales tax revenue received for collections made during the month of July totaled $756,330.71, an increase of…