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CCA names Alvin Schaaf ‘Law Officer of the Year’

CCA names Alvin Schaaf ‘Law Officer of the Year’

Staff Writer Archuleta County Sheriff’s Deputy Alvin Schaaf was recently honored as Law Officer of the Year by the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association for his, “ instrumental efforts and service to…

Medical center adding exam rooms, recruiting staff

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Medical Center primary care clinic will soon be able to accommodate more patient visits as a result of a variety of changes. The full version…

New land would expand airport

Staff Writer Stevens Field, the Archuleta County airport, may soon have a larger footprint, following the proposed acquisition of slightly more than 28 acres by the county. The property comes…

County funding of nonprofits, dry in 2014

Staff Writer On Jan. 18, Archuleta County Interim Administrator Todd Starr sent a letter to area non-profit organizations that emphaisized two points: approved funding for 2013 and the probability the…

County building department reports increase in permit numbers

Staff Writer Reports delivered to the Board of County Commissioners during a meeting last week touched on a variety of topics, from building and planning to roadwork to elections. The…

Lady Pirates win two, drop first league game of season

Lady Pirates win two, drop first league game of season

Staff Writer With conference play now underway, the Pagosa Springs High School Lady Pirates look to have a challenge on their hands, and continuing their current defensive stride is key.…

Yoder appointed as new jail captain

Staff Writer As of Monday, Jan. 28, the Archuleta County Detention Center will have a new captain, with a familiar face. The full version of this story is available in…

Concerns expressed about upcoming oil and gas lease sale

Staff Writer It was a time to talk about processes, relationships and moving forward — served up with asides about land lease sales, coal seam fires and environmental assessments —…

Busy Wednesday for district firefighters

Busy Wednesday for district firefighters

Staff Writer   The evening of Jan. 16 was a busy one for the Pagosa Fire Protection District. Following what might be considered as a normal day of activity for…

Funds donated to pay cremation for dog shot by deputies

Staff Writer Sufficient funds have been donated to the Humane Society of Pagosa Springs to cover the cremation costs of the dog killed by law enforcement officers last week. According…