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County property valuations: ‘… not as ugly as we thought’

Staff Writer Preliminary property tax figures are in for 2013 (paid in 2014), and things don’t look quite as bad as originally expected for Archuleta County. The totals are preliminary,…

Piedra Road IGA receives approval

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners took an important step toward reconstructing Piedra Road last Friday with the approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between Archuleta County…

County commission supports historic designation efforts

Staff Writer On April 16, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved two letters of support of efforts to recognize the railroading history of the area. Both letters offer…

BoCC passes Second Amendment resolution

Staff Writer A resolution concerning the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution is now in the books of Archuleta County, and is the first of its kind. The county…

County employment picture brightens

Staff Writer The March 2013 unemployment rate in Archuleta County was 9.7 percent, with 573 people claiming unemployment out of a workforce of 5,878. Not only was this an improvement…

Tempers flare over attorney contract

Staff Writer Tempers flared at Tuesday’s special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners when the subject of a raise for County Attorney Todd Starr was brought up. The item…

Special meeting scheduled by BoCC today

The Board of County Commissioners will hold a special meeting at 1:30 p.m. today, April 23, at the county courthouse. The agenda is as follows. Call to order. Consent agenda:…

April 19 deadline for mag chloride purchases

Staff Writer Archuleta County residents desiring to have magnesium chloride applied to roads not listed in the county’s application list this spring have until April 19 to contact the county.…

Marijuana: To sell or not to sell

Staff Writer Marijuana sales — both medical and recreational retail — have been approved and accepted by Colorado voters, but the allowance for sale of the substance at a local…

Settlement offer tendered in Hudson, Lucero lawsuit

Staff Writer One lawsuit could soon be in the past for Archuleta County and commissioner Clifford Lucero, with a settlement offer pending between Lucero and Bill Hudson. By pocket veto…