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Annual hanging baskets available for order

By Mary Jo Coulehan Pagosa Springs Area Chamber of Commerce After a beautiful Easter weekend, people are certainly getting spring fever. But it’s not totally time to plant yet, except…

Harris elected secretary of Colorado Republican Central Committee

Harris elected secretary of Colorado Republican Central Committee

By Deborah Van Gundy Archuleta County Republican Central Committee Marilyn Harris, of Pagosa Springs, has been elected to the office of secretary of the Colorado Republican Central Committee.  Harris is…

CDPHE expands at-home COVID-19 testing program to all public-facing employees

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announces the expansion of the Binax At-Home rapid testing program to include all employees who interact with the public at their jobs…

Downtown explosion results in power outage, school lockout

By Terri House Staff Writer A downtown explosion just before noon on Thursday, resulted in a power outage to area businesses and a lockout situation at Pagosa Springs Middle School.…

Town council and planning commission discuss possible density bonus to address workforce housing

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer The idea of a possible density bonus policy was discussed by both the Pagosa Springs Town Council and Pagosa Springs Planning Commission during a joint…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, April 8 Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District regular board meeting. 5 p.m., 100 Lyn Ave. Monday, April 12 Pagosa Peak Open…

Water conservancy district approves report outlining options for West Fork water rights

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer A report given to the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) on March 29 was approved by the board, leading to future considerations to be…

Town to consider possible moratorium on marijuana cultivation and retail facilities

By Chris Mannara Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Town Council will consider a possible moratorium on marijuana licensing and cultivation rules following a discussion on the matter during a meeting…

Town, county at odds over intoxilyzer

By Clayton Chaney Staff Writer The housing of a scientific instrument known as the Intoxilyzer 9000, which is used by all law enforcement agencies in the county, recently became the…

County receives offer on downtown courthouse building

By Clayton Chaney Staff Writer Olympus Real Estate Holdings has submitted a letter of intent to lease and purchase the Archuleta County Courthouse building located at 449 San Juan St.…

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