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Local woman found after more than 36 hours missing

The search for a local woman who went missing late Monday evening, Aug. 24, had a happy ending Wednesday morning when she was found safe. The woman, Sandra “Sandi” Suzanne…

Pirate harriers set to start season at pre-state meet Friday

A few changes are in store for the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate cross-country teams this season, with new tournaments, a home course that’s new to this year’s crop of…

Pirate golfers battle nerves in first tournament

Like happens in any sport, the first tournament of the year for the Pagosa Springs High School golf team brought about some nerves in the Pirate golfers. Despite those nerves,…

Soccer set to open season against Titans Friday

Soccer set to open season against Titans Friday

Practices have begun, scrimmages have been played and Wolf Creek Pass has been run. Now all the Pagosa Springs High School boys’ soccer team has left is to tackle the…

Area fires contained, haze will continue

Area fires contained, haze will continue

While much of the haze in the area is from the numerous fires in the northwestern United States, Archuleta County got a (luckily) small taste of this year’s epic wildfire…

Final approval obtained for county to sell 88 acres

Months after the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted to sell just over 88 acres of county-owned property along U.S. 84 to Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW), the last…

What’s Cookin’

Colorado Wedge Salad Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C. 1 head iceberg lettuce 8 strips cooked bacon, chopped 1/2 cup red onion, peeled and…

A young golf team heads into competition

School may not start until Sept. 8, but student athletes are already back to work, with preseason training now underway for all fall sports and the golf team delving into…

Lawsuit levied against county over 2013 flooding

Several individuals have filed a lawsuit against Archuleta County, with that suit relating to localized flooding that occurred in 2013 and a previous culvert replacement that allegedly led to the…

County on track to end year well over budgeted revenues

Based on early projections, Archuleta County is on pace to end 2015 with revenues in the general fund exceeding budgeted amounts by at least $550,000. The news came as part…

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