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Make some memories at the county fair

The tents have been put up for some good, old-fashioned fun at the Archuleta County Fair. The full version of this story is available in the print edition and e-edition…

Honor those who served

In 2013, a local board was formed with the mission “to develop and maintain a Memorial Park in honor of all past, present and future Veterans of the Armed Forces…

Salute to a chief

Last weekend, Pagosa Fire Protection District Chief Diane Bower was recognized for her 38 years of service to our community at a gathering to celebrate her retirement. The full version…

Don’t start a fire

Fire season is underway throughout Colorado. As the fire danger increases, so have the number of unattended campfires reported in the area and state. The full version of this story…

What’s the backup plan?

There has been a lot of discussion recently about increasing broadband capabilities in Archuleta County. These past few weeks, CenturyLink users have been concerned with getting any bandwidth at all.…

Celebrating Pagosa’s traditions

Monday is the Fourth of July, the day we celebrate the birth of our nation. It’s a day of backyard barbecues, family reunions and, when darkness falls, the traditional fireworks…

Voting is a privilege

Did you get that familiar red and white oversized envelope in the mail awhile back? The envelope that contained your official ballot for the primary election?  The ballot that has…

Spreading hope with Relay for Life

The first day of summer may be June 21, but it sure feels like summer is in the air in Pagosa Springs already. It’s hard to believe it has been…

Graduation advice

Members of Pagosa Springs High School’s class of 2016 walked across the stage to accept their diplomas last Saturday. In doing so, they closed the final chapter of their high…

Can we afford the gravel pit risk?

If the editor’s email inbox is any indication, there should be no shortage of public comment at next week’s hearing for the proposed gravel pit known as the Two Rivers…