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Capitalizing on Pagosa’s tourism market

Pagosa has been talking for years about needing to diversify its economy from our tourism-based mainstay. This is a very salient point and one that the community does need to…

One-vehicle crash injures four

By Trooper Jeffrey Chmielewski The Colorado State Patrol is investigating a one-vehicle crash that resulted in injuries to all four occupants of the SUV. At approximately 11:58 p.m. on April…

Prescribed burns planned near Bayfield

Fire managers from the Bureau of Land Management Southwest Colorado Fire and Aviation Management Unit are plannning to conduct prescribed fires on public lands approximately five miles northwest of Bayfield…

Prom

Prom

Good times and memories were had by all Saturday night during Pagosa Springs High School’s 2019 prom. Cade Cowan, Cameron Lucero, Marlon Carranza and Sarah Ross were chosen as attendants,…

Pagosa Peak Open School to reopen Friday

The staff of Pagosa Peak Open School announced Thursday that the school will reopen Friday — earlier than anticipated. The school closed Tuesday, April 9, after School Director James Lewicki…

Two rollovers spill milk and potatoes on local roadways

By John Finefrock Staff Writer Two vehicles recently flipped over near Pagosa Springs, with no major injuries reported and with each vehicle carrying food and beverages that were spilled onto…

School board addresses 8-acre request of Vista property

At the regular meeting of the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE) on April 9, Don Murphy of Avalon Property Co. discussed his proposal for potentially developing an 8-acre…

School board approves agreement for new career and technical education building

A memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Archuleta School District (ASD) and Build Pagosa Inc. that pertains to the construction of a new career and technical education (CTE) building was approved…

Rankin tests substitute teaching license process

Are we really in need of more teachers? The answer seems to be somewhere between “yes and no.” There are more full-time specialty teachers needed in specific areas like reading…

Charter school adds Simmons to board

Charter school adds Simmons to board

The Pagosa Peak Open School (PPOS) Board of Directors gained a new member following its regular board meeting on April 1, approving Julie Simmons to join the board. The full…