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Long may she wave

Old Glory. The Stars and Stripes. The Star Spangled Banner. No matter what you call it, the American flag stands for freedom and hope for mankind. There exists perhaps no…

A huge step forward

In an unprecedented move, town council took a huge step toward regenerating downtown Pagosa Springs last month. The town entered into an economic development agreement with Hometown Food Markets (Hometown)…

Volunteers needed

There is one volunteer group that you will find at more events than any other volunteer organization in the county. You can easily spot the San Juan Mounted Patrol (SJMP)…

Summer is in the air

The first day of summer may be June 21, but it sure feels like summer is in the air in Pagosa Springs. Music lovers have begun arriving in town for…

Get the facts straight

At the May 13 meeting of the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (CDC), Archuleta County Commissioner Michael Whiting was introduced as the newest member of the CDC board. During the…

They made the sacrifice

On Nov. 9, 2010, 2nd Lt. Robert M. Kelly, 29, stepped on a land mine while leading a platoon of Marines in southern Afghanistan. He was killed instantly. In February…

Preserving our past, for our future

Long before the town formed the Historic Preservation Board, the San Juan Historical Society was formed. According to the society’s website, Virginia Decker wrote, “In 1970, Glenn Edmonds put a…

Celebrate small business

Every year since 1963, the president of the United States has issued a proclamation announcing National Small Business Week, which promotes the impact of America’s entrepreneurs and small business owners,…

Commendable actions

There is no doubt that the Archuleta County commissioners should have taken action years ago to address the deteriorating condition of the courthouse. The issue has surfaced numerous times over…

The law is flawed

After a brief delay, House Bill 1115 received final passage by the Colorado House of Representatives on third reading Tuesday. The bill was originally intended to address the issue of…