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Town receives grant to save historic bridge

The Rumbaugh Creek stone arch bridge, located behind the old waterworks storage tanks near Lewis and 1st streets in downtown Pagosa Springs, may not collapse after all — if the…

McCabe Creek culvert project delayed until 2017

The McCabe Creek Culvert Project is one of the items on Greg Schulte’s Town Manager Report for today’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting agenda packet. In it he states, “At…

Downtown task force, CDOT engineers discuss highway lane configurations

The sidewalk along Pagosa Street in downtown Pagosa Springs, especially on the north side of the 400 block and especially during the peak tourist seasons, is congested and difficult for…

Several Reservoir Hill projects near completion

As the flagship of Pagosa Springs’ parks system, Reservoir Hill has received a lot of attention over the years, and this summer is no exception. Several of this year’s improvement…

June sales tax continues upward trend

The new Walmart store has only been collecting sales tax since late April, but the effect is becoming more and more undeniable. Even considering a continuation of the anomalous collections…

Town discusses priorities, highlights skate park

The Pagosa Springs Town Council conducted a second work session recently to finish talking about its list of goals, objectives and action items. This list was originally developed during several…

East phase of Town-to-Lakes Trail ready for bids

At the most recent joint work session between the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners, Town Planner James Dickhoff provided an update on the…

Sanitation district agrees to pay for lead project rep

The Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District (PSSGID) agreed last week to pay its share of additional costs for a lead project representative (LPR) accrued when the engineering firm…

Urban single-track trail project proposed, would connect elementary, high schools

Imagine school kids being able to travel back and forth between Pagosa Springs High School and the elementary school without clogging up the town’s streets with a bunch of teenage…

Tourism Board plans to honor Bob Hand

Bob Hand, who for many years was the executive director of the Pagosa Area Chamber of Commerce, will have a plaque in his honor placed in the lobby of the…