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May sales tax revenue shows impressive growth

The Colorado Department of Revenue continues to disburse all of the local sales tax revenue directly to the county, according to a report issued late last week by Archuleta County…

County receives courthouse air quality results

Late Monday, Archuleta County officials received the results of an air quality test performed in the Archuleta County Courthouse in early May, following the flooding of part of the western…

Fire district seeking new assistant chief

The Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) is in the process of hiring a new assistant chief following the resignation of Brian Leewitt recently. Leewitt’s last day was July 3, and…

County receives $60,000 to help plan new facilities

Archuleta County recently received a $60,000 grant from the Underfunded Courthouse Facility Commission, with that grant set to help the county move forward with building new county facilities. The county…

Marijuana ordinance changes postponed

Despite being up for second reading, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners did not vote on proposed changes to the county’s marijuana ordinance Tuesday afternoon, instead continuing the vote…

County to consider marijuana ordinance changes Tuesday

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners is anticipated to consider the second reading of an updated marijuana ordinance for the county Tuesday, July 7, and the proposed ordinance features…

Assessor’s Office to close for four days in August

The Archuleta County Assessor’s Office will be closed for three days in August to allow the office’s staff to host the Colorado Assessor’s Association Summer Conference in Pagosa Springs. The…

Town tackles tax compliance issue

During Jennie Green’s monthly report on lodgers’ tax at last week’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting, the issue of businesses who are out of compliance sparked quite a bit of…

Sheriff’s Office looking to keep employees, make fewer transport trips

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office is doing some shuffling around in an attempt to avoid laying off detention center staff following the April flooding that closed the Archuleta County Detention…

Update on fiber optic lease agreement for district schools

By Casey Crow Staff Writer The new fiber optic network lease agreement has officially been approved by the Archuleta School District Board of Education after receiving a green light from…