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Region 9 receives $61,000 planning and technical assistance grant

Staff Writer The Region 9 Economic Development District in Southwest Colorado won a grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA), according to an announcement from U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet. “That’s…

Town manager named finalist for Manitou position

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Town Manager David Mitchem was one of the names listed on the official webpage for the town of Manitou Springs as a finalist for its city…

Town, county working together; considering sales tax increase

Staff Writer The more things change, the more they stay the same. Something happened last Friday that has not happened in a long time — the Pagosa Springs town council…

Ladies finish soccer season strong

Ladies finish soccer season strong

Staff Writer Although the Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates finished their season last week with a 1-0 win over the Bayfield Wolverines, they remained pretty close to the middle of the…

Town spends $10,000 towards creating DDA

Staff Writer The task force that has worked for the last year and a half towards establishing a Downtown Development Authority asked the Pagosa Springs Town Council for its assistance…

Could the CDC be on its way out?

Staff Writer With the recent resignation of one of its board members, the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation continues to struggle with its inability to unite the community or make…

County’s unemployment rate down slightly in March

Staff Writer With town manager David Mitchem reporting last week that Wal-Mart still hasn’t pulled a building permit for its store, the unemployment rate for March in Archuleta County still…

Tipton honors Aragon with congressional tribute

Tipton honors Aragon with congressional tribute

Staff Writer   U.S. Congressman Scott Tipton stopped by the Pagosa Springs Town Hall last week to present a plaque to former mayor Ross Aragon in recognition of his lifetime…

Pirates face Wolverines in regular-season closer Friday

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates played three games over the week and lost more than they won. Before Friday’s game even began, coach Lindsey Kurt-Mason explained how he…

CDOT considers other sign options

Staff Writer The Colorado Department of Transportation may not be as inflexible as originally reported in regards to its plans to replace the Variable Message Sign in Pagosa Springs. As…