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Crews tame 4.3-acre Cabezon Fire

Staff Writer Archuleta County crews, with the help of neighboring firefighting crews, battled a 4.3-acre fire southwest of Pagosa Springs early this week. The fire was dubbed the Cabezon Fire…

Two arrested, more sought in recent thefts

Staff Writer While two arrests have been made in connection with a recent rash of thefts, other theft and burglary incidents within the town and county remain unsolved. Now, due…

Jail captain resigns, Weiss named interim manager

Archuleta County will soon be in the market for a new captain for the Archuleta County Detention Center — but not quite yet. Randy Yoder, who took over as detention…

Concerns raised as primary election nears

With the primary election only weeks away and ballots expected to hit mailboxes next week, Archuleta County Clerk and Recorder June Madrid held a special meeting with staff members from…

Vets visit Pagosa while ‘Walking Off The War’

Six veterans, each hiking the 3,100-mile Continental Divide Trail over a six-month period, will be making a stop in Pagosa Springs Saturday, May 31, to partake in a potluck and…

83 will graduate from PSHS Saturday

“What lies behind us and what lies ahead of us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson, American essayist, lecturer and poet. Eighty-three Pagosa…

County heading to court to clean Aspen Springs property

Despite striking a tentative agreement with an Aspen Springs property owner to clean up her property, which is in violation of the county’s nuisance ordinance, the county is now moving…

Warrior Hike veterans to visit Pagosa May 31

Staff Writer On Saturday, May 31, six combat veterans who are in the process of hiking the Continental Divide Trail through the Warrior Hike program will be stopping in Pagosa…

County extends marijuana moratorium

Staff Writer With possible approval of an ordinance regulating marijuana businesses just around the corner, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners extended the county’s moratorium on retail marijuana businesses…

Voter affiliation FAQs answered

Staff Writer In advance of the June 24 primary election, a number of Archuleta County’s registered voters have received a letter in the mail that has generated several questions. The…