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USDA declares 12 Colorado counties disaster areas to drought

Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet has announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated six Colorado counties as primary natural disaster areas and six more as contiguous disaster areas…

Disposal company, county clash over fee issue

Staff Writer Archuleta County has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the local company At Your Disposal, alleging thousands of dollars in unpaid landfill fees. According to the complaint,…

County receives grant, will expand recycling, increase revenues

Staff Writer With an agreement approved on Tuesday, Archuleta County is one step closer to expanding its recycling facility. The agreement, with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment…

County extends marijuana moratorium

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved the first reading of an ordinance Tuesday that, when and if passed upon second reading, would allow additional medical marijuana…

Commissioners to consider medical marijuana moratorium, fire restrictions

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners is scheduled to meet today at 1:30 p.m., with an agenda as follows: • Call to order the regular BoCC meeting of June…

Richard Valdez announces sheriff candidacy

Richard Valdez announces sheriff candidacy

Although the primary election is still more than a year away, Richard Valdez, current Archuleta County undersheriff, has thrown his name in the hat for the 2014 sheriff’s election. Valdez…

Officials work to exhume body in double homicide

Officials work to exhume body in double homicide

Authorities are digging into an unsolved 1982 double homicide — literally. In the near future, Archuleta County Sheriff Det. George Barter, with the help of the New Mexico Office of…

U.S. Marshals, ACSO arrest fugitive

U.S. Marshals, with the help of Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel, arrested a man Monday for sex offender-related offenses who has been evading capture for about five years. According to…

Green light for Piedra Road project

Better late than never. The reconstruction of Piedra Road is looking more like a reality for this summer following this week’s green light to put the project out to bid,…

Sales tax revenues down in April

The shoulder season in Pagosa Springs, that time of year between when the ski area closes and the warm weather arrives, officially ended this week on the backs of about…