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County audit comes in clean for 2014

Archuleta County has found itself at the center of a positive trend, receiving another unqualified (now called unmodified) audit for 2014. The county has received unqualified audits every year since…

Pirate golfer earns state spot

Junior Owen Severs is set to represent Pagosa Springs High School at the 3A state golf tournament Oct. 5 and 6 in Eagle following his performance at Tuesday’s regional tournament…

One dead, one missing in semi crash

A semi tractor-trailer that ran off the overlook on Wolf Creek Pass early Tuesday morning resulted in one fatality, with another possible. Officials have still not located the second possible…

County facing change in legal services

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners is contemplating moving forward with a contract for legal services following the resignation of County Attorney Todd Starr Monday. Starr tendered his resignation…

County making progress on courthouse, planning

With remediation complete on the majority of the western portion of the Archuleta County Courthouse and a clean air quality test in the books for the same location, some of…

Pirate harriers take second, third at Durango meet

Pirate harriers take second, third at Durango meet

A week off from formal competition didn’t seem to hurt the Pagosa Springs High School harriers, with the girls’ and boys’ squads finishing second and third, respectively, in Durango Sept.…

Twenty goals, two wins for Pirate soccer team

Twenty goals, two wins for Pirate soccer team

Last week, the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate soccer team notched 11 goals en route to two wins. This week, though, the team did even better — notching 20 goals…

Pirate golfers gear up for regionals Tuesday

It was a busy week for the Pagosa Springs High School golf team, with three tournaments in five days and 10 different Pirate golfers seeing varsity action. Over the five-day…

Texas woman drowns following asthma attack

A Texas woman drowned in Lake Pagosa Thursday morning, Sept. 10, after experiencing an asthma attack. According to Undersheriff Tonya Hamilton of the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office, Pamela Lawrence, 48,…

Preparing for Bruce Lee: Local officials plan for heavy winter

This year’s El Niño is already the second strongest on record for this time of year and has been nicknamed Bruce Lee, causing local officials, as well as state and…