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Commissioners move to adopt geothermal regulations

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has taken the first step in adopting regulations that would govern the use of geothermal resources for the commercial production of…

Veterans, new runners start cross country season Aug. 29

Veterans, new runners start cross country season Aug. 29

Staff Writer With the start of the school year just around the corner, sports are in full swing at Pagosa Springs High School, including for the 20 members of the…

Thieves strike forestry site

Staff Writer A $500 reward is being offered for information relating to the thefts of items from forestry equipment during two recent incidents. The forestry equipment belongs to Forest Health…

Bear sought in bite and run incident

Staff Writer It’s that time of year — bears are working to pack on the pounds for winter — meaning just about anything that smells enticing will be investigated, as…

Man arrested for indecent exposure

Staff Writer A part-time resident of the area was arrested late Sunday afternoon after allegedly exposing himself to a woman and her children several times in downtown Pagosa Springs. Det.…

Accident causes gas leak, evacuations

Staff Writer Some downtown residents were evacuated from their homes late Tuesday night following a one-vehicle accident that left natural gas leaking in the area. Several agencies were dispatched to…

Police seek information on vehicle theft

Staff Writer Local law enforcement are seeking information concerning a car that was stolen from the City Market parking lot on Aug. 6. According to Det. Scott Maxwell of the…

Head-on collision briefly closes highway

Staff Writer A two-car accident about 20 miles south of Pagosa Springs closed U.S. 84 for approximately an hour and a half on Friday, Aug. 9. According to Colorado State…

Conservancy board OKs Dry Gulch plan

Staff Writer At its board of directors meeting on Aug. 12, the San Juan Water Conservation District Board voted to adopt a strategic plan concerning the proposed and contentious Dry…

Police seek information on vehicle theft

Staff Writer Local law enforcement are seeking information concerning a car that was stolen from the City Market parking lot on Aug. 6. According to Det. Scott Maxwell of the…