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County administrator appoints new finance director

Staff Writer Archuleta County has a new finance director — with a familiar face. Larry Walton, who for years has served as the county’s contracts and procurement officer, accepted the…

Fire crews busy despite snow

Staff Writer Despite the late season snowy weather, area fire crews stayed busy Monday with both wildland and structure fires. At about 4:30 p.m. Monday, May 12, a call reported…

Woman bitten by bear while camping

Staff Writer An unidentified woman was attacked by a bear while camping on private property south of Pagosa Springs Saturday morning. Subsequent to the attack, the bear was tracked by…

Tempers flare over nuisance ordinance

Staff Writer An Aspen Springs property owner has been given 90 days to clean up her property before Archuleta County takes additional action against her. According to Archuleta County officials,…

Pirates heading to Broomfield for district action

Pirates heading to Broomfield for district action

Staff Writer The season lives on for the Pagosa Springs High School Pirates, at least through this weekend. For the first time in several years, the Pirates baseball team is…

County adopts ‘milestone’ geothermal regs

Staff Writer A year and a half in the making, Archuleta County now has regulations and guidelines in the books governing the use of geothermal resources for the commercial production…

BoCC amends land use regs on kennels, animal shelters

Staff Writer On Tuesday, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved a resolution amending portions of the county’s land use regulations that deal with animals. More specifically, the changes…

Police seek info on April burglary

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Police Department personnel are seeking information on a residential burglary that occurred April 25 in which approximately $4,500 worth of property was stolen. The burglary occurred…

Airport training focuses on crash response

Airport training focuses on crash response

Staff Writer As the saying goes, prior practice prevents poor performance. Such was the case when several local emergency response entities participated in an inter-agency cooperative drill at Stevens Field…

Not your average Kop

Not your average  Kop

Staff Writer Tony Kop — perhaps one of Pagosa Springs’ most recognizable faces — is retiring from the Pagosa Springs Police Department, effective today. The move comes after more than…