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Judge, sheriff question safety of facility

Jail medical director, coroner refuse to work in courthouse A trio of letters addressed to the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) over the last week call into question…

County’s courthouse air test results come back clean

While the final report is not yet in the hands of Archuleta County officials, the county’s air quality test results for the courthouse are back. The full version of this…

Pirates looking to rebound from 0-2 road trip

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate soccer team will be looking to right the ship in a pair of home league games this week after going 0-2 last week on…

Pirates take on IML tournament, state next

With the state tournament on tap for next week in Lafayette, the golf season is now complete for most of the state’s 3A high school golfers, including most of Pagosa…

Pirates take second, sixth at rainy home meet

Pirates take second, sixth at rainy home meet

It may have been a little rainy Saturday morning, but, for the teams atop Reservoir Hill for the cross-country meet that morning, it was just wet enough and just rainy…

Proposed jail discussed at community meetings

A pair of meetings held on Sept. 19 centered on Archuleta County’s ballot question seeking a 1 cent sales increase for the purposes of building a new jail and sheriff’s…

Pair of Pirate golfers earn state spots

The last regular-season tournament and regional tournament are in the books for the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate golf team, with two Pirates earning state spots again this year. The…

Pirates fall to Mean Moose, maroon Panthers

Pirates fall to Mean Moose, maroon Panthers

It was another mixed week of results for the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate soccer team, with the squad dropping a match to the Alamosa Mean Moose before rebounding with…

Courts remain in Durango

Courts remain in Durango

County’s preliminary test results in All Archuleta County court activity remains in La Plata County, with additional air-quality testing occurring within the Archuleta County Courthouse early this week by a…

Court reaffirms decision to halt Village land swap

On Sept. 14, a federal court judge denied a motion by the developers of the proposed Village at Wolf Creek that sought to have the court reconsider its previous decision…