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Arizona man killed in UTV accident

An Arizona man died Tuesday afternoon after being ejected from a UTV (utility task vehicle) in southern Hinsdale County. Thought the incident occurred in Hinsdale County, mutual aid agreements meant…

Two groups deal with development issues

There are two groups operating in Pagosa Springs with goals and objectives that seem at times to be in complete opposition to each other. Ed Morlan, the executive director of…

Town, county power authority agreements now match

An intergovernmental agreement between the Town of Pagosa Springs and Archuleta County regarding the pair’s geothermal utility agreement is now congruous on both sides following a month during which neither…

One injured when tire explodes

One injured when tire explodes

An exploding tire injured an unidentified man at the Giant gas station on the morning of Thursday, July 31, with the exact cause of the explosion unknown. The incident occurred…

EMS among the mostly highly certified in state

Archuleta County now boasts one of the most highly certified EMS (emergency medical services) units in the state, with nine paramedics recently earning critical care certification. “We are happy to…

4-H Livestock Auction

4-H Livestock Auction

Follow these topics: Archuleta County, Clubs, Farm & Ranch, Lifestyle, Youth…

Assault, stabbing probe continues

Personnel from the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a Monday-night incident of assault that resulted in a stab wound. Detective Jacob Beach, with the ACSO, reported that law enforcement…

School continues to wrestle with issues around health center

While the Archuleta School District Board of Education could not make any official decisions at the retreat it held last week, it continued to discuss the issue of opening a…

Town considers designating Res Hill a dog park

Pagosa Springs Town Council member David Schanzenbaker recently became the first councilor to take advantage of a new policy instituted by Mayor Don Volger which allows more input for setting…

City Market evacuated over air concerns, no source confirmed

Grocery shopping became more of a hassle than normal for several shoppers at City Market Friday, Aug. 1, after several people reported coughing and irritation with their eyes and noses,…