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What’s Cookin’

Breakfast Egg Casserole Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C., executive chef of Douglas County School District. 7 slices sourdough bread, cubed into 1-inch squares…

Thin ice proves problematic for area animals

Thin ice proves problematic for area animals

Thin ice proved to be an issue for area animals over the last week, with both good and bad results. On Monday afternoon, Dec. 29, a horse was successfully rescued…

More snow on the way

One holiday storm is in the books for Pagosa Country and another looks to be on its way. A storm that began on Christmas and continued through the following day…

What’s Cookin’

Colorado Jalapeno Rockets Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C., executive chef of Douglas County School District. 20 jalapenos 1 pound ground pork 8 strips…

Pirates head into break with momentum, 4-2 record

Pirates head into break with momentum, 4-2 record

The Pagosa Springs High School boys’ basketball team is heading into the holiday break with some much-needed momentum and a 4-2 overall record thanks to a win over the 2A…

Lodgers’ tax breaks records for 11th month

“Through October, the 2014 lodging tax collections continue to show impressive growth,” states a Town Tourism Committee report created by Director Jennie Green. The report was the TTC’s department head…

County pledges $3,000 for elementary school playground equipment

At its Dec. 16 meeting, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted to earmark $3,000 to help purchase new playground equipment for Pagosa Springs Elementary School, but not without…

Lady Pirates 2-0 on weekend, Friday’s game postponed

The Pagosa Springs High School girls’ basketball team is now 5-0 on the season after notching a pair of wins during last weekend’s tournament in Buena Vista. At the tournament,…

Wolf Creek CEO sentenced in federal court

Wolf Creek Ski Area President and CEO Randall D. “Davey” Pitcher was sentenced in federal court Tuesday afternoon after pleading guilty to conducting work in the national forest without a…

County, court staffs discuss condition of courthouse

Several Archuleta County offices moved to their new home on Lewis Street this week, leaving the question of how the vacated courthouse space will be used and, specifically, how the…