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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…

BoCC exempts county for two years from Colorado electronic waste ban

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has opted to exempt its county landfill from Colorado’s electronic waste ban that goes into effect on July 1. The ban…

BoCC dismisses lawsuit, owner and PLPOA continue legal battle

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has decided to dismiss a nuisance ordinance lawsuit against a resident levied by the county in light of a lawsuit filed…

County hires new finance director

Staff Writer After four months with the position vacant, Archuleta County has hired a new finance director. The new hire, Larry Augsbury, is expected to begin work at the post…

Personal property taxpayer remedies

From June 15 to July 1, 2013, owners of taxable personal property (e.g., business furnishings, equipment, etc.) may challenge the county assessor’s valuation of their property. The value determined by…

HUTF: How much, and to whom?

Staff Writer If there were a catch phrase at the May 21 work session concerning Archuleta County’s payment of Highway Users Tax Funding (HUTF) to metropolitan districts in Archuleta County,…

Mountain Express: Can it continue?

Staff Writer In the face of potential cuts that could leave Archuleta County’s Mountain Express bus system without funding, a stakeholder meeting was held on May 23 to discuss the…

Gonzalez joins sheriffs in gun legislation lawsuit

Staff Writer Archuleta County Sheriff Pete Gonzalez is one of 54 Colorado county sheriffs making waves following the May 17 filing of a lawsuit in U.S. District Court challenging recently…