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Hospital board to serve dual role with foundation

At the regularly scheduled March 24 meeting of the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD), which oversees Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC), the board approved resolutions to refinance the…

VA changes to Veterans Choice Cards benefit local residents

A press release from The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced it would alter its 40-mile rule to improve access to health care for veterans living in rural areas. This…

Brueckner to fill vacant board position

During the March 19 work session and regular meeting of the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD), the board of directors voted to accept Blake Brueckner to fill a…

Pirate track teams fare well at Farmington Invitational

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate coed track team placed second in a field of four Colorado teams in the nonconference Farmington Invitational on March 20. The Pirates finished up…

PAWSD board has full agenda scheduled for today’s meeting

In today’s work session and regular meeting of the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD), the board of directors will have a full agenda to go over, with updates,…

Dean Cox: Fulfilling his lifelong dreams

Dean Cox: Fulfilling his lifelong dreams

Dean Cox sat in his easy chair with the fire glowing beside him. Outside, the ground was white and the clouds threatened to produce even more snow cover for the…

Mountain snowpack at 63 percent of median

Snowpack in the San Juan Basin was at 63 percent of median as of March 1. Snowpack reports generated by the National Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) are an important tool…

Colleen Sullivan-Moore honored with Nightingale award

Colleen Sullivan-Moore  honored with  Nightingale award

On March 12, Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) women’s service oncology nurse navigator, Colleen Sullivan-Moore, was presented with the Southwest Regional Nightingale Luminary and Star Nursing award in a ceremony…

Area family working to enrich lives of children in Haiti orphanage

Area family working to enrich lives of children in Haiti orphanage

The Parker family, Cameron, Jane and their two young children, have devoted their lives to doing God’s work in the ravaged country of Haiti. The family said they felt that…

Pirates fare well at Farmington’s Early Bird Meet

The Pagosa Springs Pirates started the track season off with a bang on March 7 at the Early Bird Track Meet in Farmington. The teams had a good showing, despite…

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