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Search continues for a new county finance director

Staff Writer Despite interviewing candidates for the position of finance director, and offering the job to a candidate, Archuleta County remains without someone to fill the post. After interviewing three…

Lady Pirates win 3A consolation championship

Lady Pirates win 3A consolation championship

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates returned home from last weekend’s state tournament in Fort Collins with a new piece of hardware for the school’s pride wall…

BoCC grapples with budget cuts

Staff Writer On the heels of learning of more than $1.59 million in recommended budget cuts for Archuleta County during a work session last week, the Board of County Commissioners…

County releases mag chloride application list

Staff Writer Weather permitting, Archuleta County Road and Bridge crews will begin applying magnesium chloride to certain county roads on April 29. The application process is set to begin in…

Lady Pirates take regional title, advance to state

Lady Pirates take regional title, advance to state

Staff Writer After a successful two days of play against Academy and Lamar last weekend to garner entrance into the Great 8, the Lady Pirates are in Fort Collins this…

Durango attorney selected as new District Court judge

Staff Writer The Sixth Judicial District’s newest judge is William Herringer, previously a defense attorney in Durango. Herringer, 47, will replace David L. Dickinson, who retired effective Feb. 28. Dickinson…

‘Liberty Zone’ advocates speak to county commissioners

Staff Writer A meeting of the Board of County Commissioners included an unusual amount of public comment on March 5. Much of the public comment concerned Second Amendment rights and…

High school baseball season begins this week

Staff Writer Spring officially starts on March 20, but for Pagosa Springs High School’s baseball players, it’s already here. With preseason training taking place in parking lots, the middle school…

Judge rules in favor of police in civil rights violation suit

Staff Writer A federal lawsuit against current and former members of the Pagosa Springs Police Department was dismissed on Feb. 28 in a Denver federal court. The suit, originally filed…

$1.5 million in cuts proposed for county

Staff Writer In front of a room packed mostly with county employees on Tuesday, County Attorney and Interim County Administrator Todd Starr suggested about $1.5 million in budget cuts to…