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County’s unemployment rate higher in January

Staff Writer With construction workers busy placing the roof on the new Tractor Supply Company store this week, and still no official word from Wal-Mart about when groundbreaking will occur…

Tools to help you manage your land

Many people in Archuleta County live on acreage. Some move here from other parts of the country, some have managed land for decades and others are new to this way…

Commissioners comment against rec center

With the Town of Pagosa Springs election just around the corner on April 8, opinions on one ballot issue in particular are being issued often — Ballot Issue A, the…

County looks at selling portion of 95-acre tract

Staff Writer In a special meeting Wednesday, March 12, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved a letter that indicates a continued willingness on the part of the board…

Road work on tap for county, CDOT for 2014

Staff Writer With spring fast approaching, area agencies are gearing up to complete a variety of roadwork in Archuleta County as conditions allow. Both Archuleta County and the Colorado Department…

County hires new planning manager

Staff Writer Archuleta County should again have a planning manager on staff sometime this month following the hiring of Margaret Ambrosino. The previous planning manager, James Shoopman, was hired in…

Was rec center proposal based on inaccurate numbers?

Staff Writer As it turns out, when the Pagosa Springs town council voted in January to put the community recreation center question on the April ballot, the decision might have…

Dennis Spencer announces commissioner run

Staff Writer Dennis Spencer has thrown his hat in the ring for the office of Archuleta County commissioner, District 3. Spencer, who has owned a local moving company for 13…

December sales tax revenue down

Staff Writer At a time when an active group of Pagosa Springs’ citizens is arguing that steadily increasing sales tax revenues are enough to support an $18 million municipal debt…

Commissioners opt out of selling 95-acre property

Staff Writer Following an executive session Tuesday evening, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners voted to not sell the county’s 95-acre parcel located near the fairgrounds on U.S. 84.…