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Keep from getting ‘bugged’ this summer

Staff Writer ’Tis the season of weddings, family vacations, reunions and weekend getaways. No matter where your travels take you this summer, take the proper precautions to avoid being pestered…

Loaves and Fishes

Loaves and Fishes

Photos courtesy Nancy Crouse On July 3, Veterans for Veterans sponsored the weekly Thursday meal at Loaves and Fishes. Sporting the new Loaves and Fishes aprons and using the new…

Johnston looks to continue as county surveyor

Johnston looks to continue as county surveyor

Staff Writer Current surveyor Thomas Johnston is throwing his hat in the ring for another go-round in the position. Johnston, an unaffiliated candidate, was appointed to the position in 2013…

Water and power authority moves forward

Staff Writer The composition of the Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority was nearly finalized at last week’s Pagosa Springs Town Council meeting when three councilors volunteered to serve…

Biz Beat-Back In Rhythem Chiropractic and Wellness Center

Biz Beat-Back In Rhythem Chiropractic and Wellness Center

Back In Rhythm Chiropractic and Wellness Center, owned by Dr. Cheryl Miller-Hunter, opened its doors in Pagosa Springs this year. She graduated with honors from Johnson State College in Vermont…

Severe drought results in disaster status, loans available

Staff Writer Archuleta County was declared to be one of four counties in Colorado to receive primary natural disaster area status due to severe drought conditions. The four primary natural…

By the numbers: June 24 primary voter turnout up

Staff Writer It’s now official — the June 24 primary election was the highest-attended primary election in several years in Archuleta County, and showed a high number of voters changing…

Air and ground crews responding to wildfires north of U.S. 160

A helicopter and ground crews are working the KV Fire, located about 1.5 miles north of U.S. 160 up First Fork Road (Forest Service Road 622) on the San Juan National…

Council divided on sales tax issue

Staff Writer This week’s joint work session for the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners was canceled at the last minute due to technical…

Senior center bingo, smiles all around

Senior center bingo, smiles all around

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Senior Center’s bingo session last Monday (July 7) was full of laughter, joking, miscellaneous prizes and conversation. As the players listened for the letters and…