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Marijuana ordinance changes postponed

Despite being up for second reading, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners did not vote on proposed changes to the county’s marijuana ordinance Tuesday afternoon, instead continuing the vote…

What’s Cookin’

Omelet with Green Crust Recipe courtesy: Lynnzie Sutton. Sutton’s note: This is my favorite omelet I saw several years ago in a magazine. I have an abundance of chard, spinach…

County to consider marijuana ordinance changes Tuesday

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners is anticipated to consider the second reading of an updated marijuana ordinance for the county Tuesday, July 7, and the proposed ordinance features…

Despite low fire danger, fireworks still illegal

While Pagosa Country might not be at the same levels of fire danger as in the last several years, those planning their Fourth of July celebrations are reminded that fireworks…

Suit filed over Village decision

Several conservation organizations have banded together and filed a lawsuit against two U.S. Forest Service employees and two federal agencies to halt the controversial Village at Wolf Creek land exchange…

Be aware of lions and bears

Recent sightings of and encounters with mountain lions (and bears) in Pagosa Country mean that residents and visitors alike should take precautions to avoid encounters with the area’s large predators.…

Fourth of July closures, parking regulations

The Pagosa Springs Police Department recently issued a temporary order regarding parking regulations for the Fourth of July parade, and additional road closures have been announced. The temporary regulations and…

Assessor’s Office to close for four days in August

The Archuleta County Assessor’s Office will be closed for three days in August to allow the office’s staff to host the Colorado Assessor’s Association Summer Conference in Pagosa Springs. The…

Sheriff’s Office looking to keep employees, make fewer transport trips

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office is doing some shuffling around in an attempt to avoid laying off detention center staff following the April flooding that closed the Archuleta County Detention…

Chromo man takes part in humanitarian mission

Chromo man  takes part in  humanitarian  mission

Imagine hundreds of people lined up, politely waiting for what many in the U.S. would consider to be basic health care and basic services — general surgery, opthalmology, dentistry, veterinary…