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Storm brings moisture, fires

The recent rainy weather brought with it several good things, among them water to help Pagosa Country green up, to raise the levels of the San Juan River and to…

PSHS sophomore heading for nationals in SkillsUSA

PSHS sophomore heading for nationals in SkillsUSA

Archuleta School District students are racking up the accolades as the school year draws to a close, with students in a variety of extracurricular activities earning their way to national…

Pirates record big win, end season

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate baseball team split last weekend’s doubleheader in Bayfield — a feat not accomplished for at least seven years — and gave the Wolverines their…

What’s Cookin’

Bacon and Fruit Ice Cream Sundae Recipe courtesy: Colorado Department of Agriculture and Chef Jason K. Morse, C.E.C., executive chef of Douglas County School District. 2 cups cherries, pitted and…

Mark Trail sentenced in horse shooting, standoff

Mark Franklin Trail was sentenced to seven years in prison and community corrections Wednesday afternoon following convictions in two cases from 2012. Several people spoke both against and in favor…

Can your home survive a wildfire?

Can your home survive a wildfire? How could a wildfire impact you? Saturday, May 2, is Wildfire Community Preparedness day, when communities across the nation will be conducting projects and…

Pirates drop two to Centauri, notch balk-off win against Sanford

Pirates drop two to Centauri, notch balk-off win against Sanford

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate baseball team lost two league matches to the Centauri Falcons last weekend, dropping its league record to 1-5. The team did add another win…

County courthouse crisis

County courthouse crisis

A flooded facility: Inmates, Sheriff’s Office move It may not seem like a large amount of rain fell last weekend, but it was enough to shut down the Archuleta County…

Commissioners consider solutions, discuss progress

Following last week’s and weekend’s flooding that left the western portion of the Archuleta County Courthouse closed, county staff and elected officials have been hard at work determining the best…

ACSO, inmate information

In light of the flooding at the Archuleta County Courthouse, the movement of inmates to La Plata County and the temporary closure of the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office, following is…