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BoCC holds work session on marijuana ordinance

The county’s marijuana ordinance was again the topic of conversation at a work session of the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners held Tuesday. The work session was the second…

Lady Pirates notch two wins, host Bayfield Friday

he Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates hit double digits for wins over the weekend, picking up a 34-21 win over conference foe Centauri Saturday evening in La Jara. The…

Elected official’s oaths, ceremony draw objections

Controversy has arisen following last week’s ceremony in which a handful of officials elected or re-elected last November took their oaths of office for their terms beginning this month. Following…

What’s Cookin’

Colorado Millet Brittle Millet is a grain that is most often used for bird seed; however, it is gaining popularity in the food industry because it is gluten-free. Colorado is…

Lady Pirates improve to 9-0 on season

Lady Pirates improve to 9-0 on season

After almost a week with no games, the Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates returned to action with three games within a week, two of which were league matchups. The…

BoCC names new board chair, divvies up appointments

For the first time in a handful of years, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has a new chairman. But the change was not made without discussion. Per state…

Additional arrests made in mini storage burglaries

Two additional burglary suspects have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a series of storage unit burglaries that occurred around New Year’s Eve. Three suspects were arrested earlier this…

Archuleta County to hold marijuana work session

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has scheduled a work session to discuss the county’s marijuana ordinance. The full version of this story is available in the print edition…

County’s elected officials, judge sworn in

County’s elected officials, judge sworn in

Despite snowfall amounts and road conditions that closed Archuleta County offices, the majority of Archuleta County’s elected officials who were elected or re-elected in the November election took their oaths…

Village decision receives 19 objections, process continues

With the initial objection period now closed for the draft decision regarding the approval of a land exchange for the controversial Village at Wolf Creek, the U.S. Forest Service has…