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Pagosa man sentenced for role in stabbing incident

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Lucas Quinn Chavez, of Pagosa Springs, was sentenced to prison Tuesday morning by District Court Judge Gregory Lyman for his involvement in the January 2011…

Man’s death ruled result of heart failure

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A 77-year-old Albuquerque man died while at The Springs Resort Monday morning — the result of underlying heart problems. George Petroboulos, 77, of Albuquerque, was…

Women’s services, orthopedic surgery to be offered at medical center

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer On Tuesday night, the Upper San Juan Health Service District board of directors approved the business plans for two new areas of service: women’s services…

School district gives Seeds of Learning $50,000

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer When Lynne Bridges, the executive director of the Seeds of Learning Early Care and Education Center, presented a request for funding at the latest meeting…

PAWSD board approves water line between treatment plants

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer The Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District met Tuesday afternoon in a special meeting. During this meeting, Jeff Shamburg, with Bartlett and West, gave a…

Murder suspect enters not guilty plea

Charles Ray Stane, the suspect in a 1988 cold case homicide in Pagosa Springs, entered a plea of not guilty to first-degree murder in District Court Tuesday morning. At the…

Tipton, McLachlan win, marijuana amendment passes

By Lindsey Bright and Ed Fincher Colorado may have gone blue in the presidential election, but it was a different story in Archuleta County and the Third Congressional District. Overall,…

Lucero, Wadley returned to office

  There will be no new faces on Archuleta County’s Board of County Commissioners following Tuesday’s election. Incumbents for both districts — Steve Wadley, District 1, and Clifford Lucero, District…

Questions raised over employer’s presidential election e-mail

By Randi Pierce A local business owner is making regional headlines for an e-mail he sent to his employees informing them of a possible detriment to the business should President…

Third-quarter report shows declining county revenues

By Randi Pierce Archuleta County continues to reign in its spending in the face of decreasing revenues, according to the Third Quarter Financial Report. The report was presented by Finance…