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High school grads earn more than $500,000 through 115 scholarships

High school grads earn more than $500,000 through 115 scholarships

The 68 graduates of the Pagosa Springs High School (PSHS) class of 2016 who walked in the June 4 ceremony comprise a diverse group, from actors to championship athletes to…

What’s Cookin’

Mini Caramel Apples Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Heath Stone. Apples Melted Caramel The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition…

April worst month in a year for medical center

Following the official groundbreaking ceremony for the primary care clinic expansion on May 24, it was back to business as usual for the Upper San Juan Health Service District Board…

School board hears about grant, proposed budget

After receiving word that Archuleta School District’s (ASD) BEST grant application for just over $109,000 to replace the roof of the fifth- and sixth-grade building at Pagosa Springs Middle School…

77 set to graduate from Pagosa Springs High School

77 set to graduate from Pagosa Springs High School

“It’s a giant leap for all mankind but for us it’s just a simple step.” — Yelawolf. The 77 members of the Pagosa Springs High School class of 2016 are…

What’s Cookin’

Cast Iron Asparagus with Pecans and Brown Sugar Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C. 12 ounces applewood thick-cut bacon, cut into random-sized pieces The…

Pirates’ Keena Murphy takes second at state

The Pagosa Spring High School Pirate track team took to Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood late last week for the state track meet, bringing home an assortment of finishes, including a…

Local schools win nearly $10,000 in grants for innovative technology projects

Local schools win nearly $10,000 in grants for innovative technology projects

It was announced this week that Archuleta School District schools will receive nearly $10,000 in grant funding through the CenturyLink Clarke M. Williams Foundation’s Teachers and Technology grant program. One…

Experience key for baseball team’s future

Experience key for baseball team’s future

With another season in the books for the Pagosa Springs High School baseball team, the eye is on the team’s future. The Pirates may have finished 2-16 on the season,…

Medical center CEO announces retirement

Medical center CEO announces retirement

Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) CEO Brad Cochennet announced this week that he will retire at the end of his current contract, in early 2018. At the end of the…