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Medical Center hires financial advisor after failing to meet bond covenant

The board of the Upper San Juan Health Service District, which operates as the Pagosa Springs Medical Center, is engaging a financial consultant after failing to meet a bond obligation…

Town approves 2019 meeting schedule

At its Jan. 8 meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council dispensed with several beginning-of-the-year matters, including when meetings will be held and how the public will be notified of meetings.…

Lady Pirates extend win streak to five

Lady Pirates extend win streak to five

The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirate basketball team continued its winning ways last weekend, logging a pair of league victories. The full version of this story is available in…

Town council receives report on how to grow Pagosa’s outdoor recreation industry

At its meeting on Jan. 8, the members of the Pagosa Springs Town Council received a final Blueprint 2.0 report from Tourism Director Jennie Green. The full version of this…

Lady Pirates take No. 1 spot after big win

Lady Pirates take No. 1 spot after big win

It was smooth sailing for the Lady Pirates in a pair of games over the last week, with a pair of wins bumping the team to the No. 1 spot…

Town, county to discuss ‘Roadmap to Affordable Housing’ Tuesday

On Jan. 8, members of the Pagosa Housing Partnership (PHP) presented a “Roadmap to Affordable Housing” to the Pagosa Springs Town Council. The full version of this story is available…

Town council appoints new municipal court judges

Town council appoints new municipal court judges

Several appointments and a hiring took place throughout the course of the Jan. 8 Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting. The full version of this story is available in the print…

Pagosa man arrested for fraud, criminal impersonation

A Pagosa Springs man was arrested on Jan. 3 on charges stemming from allegations that he trespassed into multiple unlocked cars and stole items, then cashed a stolen check. The…

Property tax notices mailed, reflect increases

Property tax notices are now hitting the mailboxes of Archuleta County property owners and, as Assessor Natalie Woodruff indicated, some property owners are being caught off guard by the fact…

Colorado SNAP recipients up for recertification this month urged to file by noon on Jan. 15

In response to the partial federal government shutdown, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has asked states to issue February’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits early — by Jan. 20…