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Suspect ruled competent, action resumes in two cases

Staff Writer Mark Franklin Trail — who was convicted on five counts relating to a September 2012 standoff with law enforcement that lasted 26 hours — was ruled to be…

Several injured in recent accidents

Staff Writer Traffic in Pagosa Country picks up during the summer, on road and off, increasing both the chance of accidents and the need for drivers to be aware and…

Johnston looks to continue as county surveyor

Johnston looks to continue as county surveyor

Staff Writer Current surveyor Thomas Johnston is throwing his hat in the ring for another go-round in the position. Johnston, an unaffiliated candidate, was appointed to the position in 2013…

By the numbers: June 24 primary voter turnout up

Staff Writer It’s now official — the June 24 primary election was the highest-attended primary election in several years in Archuleta County, and showed a high number of voters changing…

West Fork Complex fires: One year later

Staff Writer On July 10, 2013 — one year ago today — southwest Colorado, namely the communities surrounding Wolf Creek Pass, were still reeling from the West Fork Complex fires,…

Fireworks set to proceed, near high school at dark

Fireworks set to proceed, near high school at dark

Staff Writer Local officials are optimistic that Friday’s Fourth of July fireworks display will proceed as planned. And, the display and holiday will squeak in just a few days before…

Energy assistance program administration to change

Staff Writer Those who take part in the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP) through the Archuleta County Department of Human Services (DHS) may see a change to the program in…

Crews contain two small fires

Staff Writer Two small grass fires burned and were contained earlier this week, with neither fire burning more than two acres. Because of the fire danger in portions of the…

Fishing for healing

Staff Writer “Something about when you get in that water washes everything away,” Ricky, a military veteran who suffers from PTSD, says of fly fishing. Ricky is one of an…

Piedra road complete, under budget

Piedra road complete, under budget

Staff Writer After spanning two construction seasons, the reconstruction work on the northern portion of the paved section of Piedra Road (County Road 600) is now nearing total completion, with…