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More ideas for 2016

When we asked readers to share their ideas for the changes they wanted to see in Pagosa Springs during 2016, we were flooded with input. The following is a continuation…

Ideas for 2016

The new year is upon us, and in the tradition of a fresh start with the fresh year, we asked readers to share their ideas for the changes they wanted…

It can’t be bought

It looks a lot like Christmas. It looks a lot like El Niño nicknamed Bruce Lee is becoming a reality. Fortunately, last week’s storm didn’t fall on a Wednesday, when…

Keep off the roads

This week’s adverse weather conditions kept law enforcement, emergency crews and tow-truck drivers responding across the region to numerous accidents. Area drivers were quickly reminded of the wrath of winter.…

A time to celebrate and help others

Santa’s helpers from the town’s streets department, parks and recreation department and the Visitor Center have been busy adorning Pagosa Springs with festive holiday decorations and sparkling lights. With just…

Nothing to hide

Why should you care if your elected officials are holding closed-door meetings? Public business must be conducted in public. That is the law. In recent months, questionable executive sessions have…

Elected officials give thanks

For this Thanksgiving issue, we reached out to our elected officials who head up local boards to share what they are most thankful for this Thanksgiving. Town of Pagosa Springs…

Small can be big

Spending money in our community is a good practice. When you shop locally, your tax dollars have local benefits. There is more money for local parks, community improvements and public…

In a pickle

If it weren’t for pickles, Christopher Columbus may never have “discovered” America. In his 1492 voyage, Columbus rationed pickles to keep his sailors from getting scurvy. They even grew cucumbers…

Serving up more than a free breakfast

Next Wednesday, Nov. 11, Pagosa Springs Middle School’s eighth-grade students will host the 15th Annual Veterans Day Breakfast to honor and thank the veterans of Archuleta County for their service…