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Village decision receives 19 objections, process continues

With the initial objection period now closed for the draft decision regarding the approval of a land exchange for the controversial Village at Wolf Creek, the U.S. Forest Service has…

Stabbing, drunk driving incidents result in arrest

An Archuleta County man was arrested Tuesday afternoon following a series of events that allegedly included assault and driving under the influence. At about 2 p.m., the Archuleta County Sheriff’s…

Sales tax collections increase through November

According to a report last week from Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, the gross sales tax for November 2014 was $510,855.93, which is 2.28 percent higher than what was…

Town, county snow removal info

Pagosa Country is finally experiencing winter weather and, with it, snow removal. Each year, the town and county issue snow removal information regulations and guidelines to ensure public safety during…

Storm causes closures, cancellations and power outages

While this week’s snowstorm may have been good news for the area’s snow sports enthusiasts, it caused quite a bit of havoc for many Pagosa Country residents. Archuleta County offices…

Three nabbed in burglaries

Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel arrested three burglary suspects last week after 14 storage units were broken into around New Year’s Eve. In addition to the arrests, an estimated $15,000…

More mashed potatoes: Potato trucks roll on pass

Two semi tractor-trailers hauling potatoes rolled on U.S. 160 traversing Wolf Creek Pass in a six-day span recently, making them the second and third trucks hauling potatoes to roll on…

Sanitation district awarded grant for pipeline

The Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District was notified late last week that its application for funding from the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) had…

Changing of the guard: County court gets new judge

Changing of the guard:  County court gets new judge

A changing of the guard took place when 6th Judicial District Court Judge Gregory Lyman swore in Sam Cassidy as Archuleta County’s new county court judge Tuesday morning. That changing…

Clearing Wolf Creek Pass: A full-time job

Clearing  Wolf Creek Pass: A full-time job

Some things never change. One of those is the snow on the pass at Wolf Creek and the challenge of keeping the roads clear and safe for travel. In an…