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Sales tax collections continue to grow

The sales tax figures for Archuleta County have been unrealistically high during the first three months of 2015 because the Colorado Department of Revenue has been adding in the collection…

Problems persist for pipeline project

The board of directors for the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District (PSSGID) voted last week to accept a modification to the intergovernmental agreement (IGA) it has with the…

Geothermal exploration faces financial setbacks

At last week’s meeting of the Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority (PAGWAPA), while representatives from Pagosa Verde (PV) tried to paint the progress of its project with the…

Pirates finish strong, barely miss playoffs

Pirates finish strong, barely miss playoffs

Even though they won’t see any postseason action this year, the Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates finished their regular season on a positive note, defeating Ignacio 9-0 last Thursday and Ridgway…

Despite opposition, town’s marijuana ordinance advances

Although the Pagosa Springs Town Council has conducted several public hearings since the beginning of the year to discuss various aspects of its new marijuana ordinance, it wasn’t until this…

Town resumes funding for Community Development Corporation

The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation has asked the Town of Pagosa Springs to once again make a financial contribution to the CDC’s economic development efforts in Archuleta County. At…

Final pieces decided for town’s marijuana ordinance, first reading set for May 5

Marijuana remained a topic of conversation at last week’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting as Town Manager Greg Schulte asked for guidance on four more aspects of an ordinance that…

Town to participate in Trujillo Road project

Trujillo Road (County Road 500), from the transfer station/recycling center to the intersection of 8th and Apache streets, should be completely repaved this summer, thanks to a cooperative effort between…

Pirates tie Miners, lose to Mean Moose

Pirates tie Miners, lose to Mean Moose

Due to miscommunications, the Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates had a rough week trying to find a decent soccer game to play, ended up going scoreless through double overtime with Telluride…

Pirates beat Demons, fall to Wolverines

Pirates beat Demons, fall to Wolverines

The Pagosa Springs Lady Pirates played two games over the week with mixed results, chalking up a 3-0 victory against the Demons last Wednesday in Ridgway, but then losing 2-1…