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Couple arrested for credit card fraud

A pair of Pagosa Springs residents were arrested last week following alleged incidents that included criminal impersonation, forgery and theft, among other things. Holly Elizabeth Selby and Austin James Walker,…

Lady Pirates look for return to state

The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirate basketball team is ready for another crack at the state championship. The Lady Pirates are coming off a season where their only loss…

Missing plane found

Missing plane found

A plane out of New Mexico that was reported missing earlier this week was found shortly after noon on Wednesday. The plane was found at 12:37 p.m. in southern Archuleta…

Not a pipe dream: Second semi spills load atop Wolf Creek

Not a pipe dream:  Second semi spills load atop Wolf Creek

Wolf Creek Pass was not friendly to semis the week of Nov. 10. On Nov. 15, for the second time in five days, a semi tractor-trailer lost its breaks due…

Pagosa man arrested for attempted murder

A Pagosa Springs man was arrested for criminal attempt first-degree murder last week following an incident at an uptown bar on Nov. 11. James Edward Tatum, 55, of Pagosa Springs,…

Town, county approve fiber lease

Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs have agreed to lease three strands of fiber that are owned by the two entities, but not currently in use, to a…

County pledges $150,000 for facility at fairgrounds

At a special meeting on Nov. 5, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners “set aside” $150,000 in funding to help construct a new facility on the Archuleta County Fairgrounds,…

Mashed potatoes: Wolf Creek Pass closes after 44,000 pounds spill

Mashed potatoes:  Wolf Creek Pass closes after 44,000 pounds spill

U.S. 160 traversing Wolf Creek Pass was closed for about three and a half hours early Tuesday morning after 44,000 pounds of potatoes spilled onto the highway. According to an…

What to do if your child is missing

It inevitably happens each year — a youngster heading home from school gets on the wrong bus, off at the wrong stop, heads home with a friend or goes to…

Hunter safely rescued following two nights

An unidentified Parker, Colo., hunter who found himself turned around while hunting in the area of Beaver Meadows last weekend was reunited with his son Tuesday after spending two nights…

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