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What’s Cookin’

Colorado Pinto Bean, Corn and Bacon Salsa Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C., executive chef of Douglas County School District. 5 ears sweet corn…

Lady Pirates look to claim IML title

Lady Pirates look to claim IML title

The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates walked away with another win Feb. 19, giving them a perfect 10-0 league record (and 19-0 season record) as they head into postseason…

Courthouse contention continues

The courthouse continues to be a matter of contention between Archuleta County and the Office of the State Court Administrator (state courts), as was evidenced by a work session attended…

Pirates notch overtime victory, set sights on postseason

Pirates notch overtime victory, set sights on postseason

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate basketball team handed the Alamosa Mean Moose their only league loss of the season in overtime last week, at the same time securing a…

Two weeks, two storms?

Two weeks, two storms?

Winter storms have seemingly been few and far between for Pagosa Country this season, but last weekend’s storm, like several others, packed a punch. And this weekend’s forecast is shaping…

Appraisal on county’s 82 acres lower than expected

Almost a year after the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners began efforts to sell the majority of the land it owns along U.S. 84 to Colorado Parks and Wildlife…

1982 double homicide victim ID verified

1982 double homicide victim ID verified

Nearly 32 years after her body was found washed up on an island in the San Juan River, the female victim of a 1982 double homicide was presumptively identified as…

Girls’ hoops notches three wins, improves to 18-0

Girls’ hoops notches three wins, improves to 18-0

The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates racked up a trio of league wins over the last week, bettering the team’s league record to 9-0 heading into the final game…

County, town work to combine tourism efforts

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners took a step toward combining the county’s and the town’s tourism efforts earlier this week by voting to allow the board’s chair, Michael…

Resolution period extended on Village project

The objection resolution period for the Village at Wolf Creek Access Project has been extended for an additional 30 days, Deputy Rocky Mountain Regional Forester Maribeth Gustafson announced on Feb.…

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