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Pagosa boys face scrimmage test this weekend
High school sports fans stuck between seasons and jonesing for some action should be happy to learn that, for the Pagosa Springs Pirates boys’ basketball team, practice started Nov. 9 and there have been 12 practices since.

Lady Pirates will feature some familiar faces
The Lady Pirates are just over a week away from beginning the 2012-13 basketball season for Pagosa Springs High School, and several familiar faces are slated to take to the court for the team.

Wrestlers tuning up for Farmington tourney
With one week of practice remaining before the season’s first meet, Pirate grapplers remain hard at work in the wrestling room, learning and perfecting techniques and vying for spots on the roster — a roster with a crowd at several weights.

Skate pavilion project works on funding options
As of last Thursday, the Friends of Pagosa Skate Pavilion is officially under the nonprofit umbrella of the Community Foundation of Southwest Colorado.

Christmas Bird Count — work as a citizen scientist
The Weminuche Audubon Society is offering you another chance to get involved with its second annual Christmas Bird Count. The next Birding 101 training session will be on Nov. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the South Conference Room of the Ross Aragon Community Center.

Veterans-youth conservation partnership to restore Colorado’s public lands
The Conservation Lands Foundation and the Colorado Youth Corps Association have announced the launch of their new Veterans-Youth Conservation Corps Partnership at a celebration and kickoff in Denver.

FireWise Ambassador orientation scheduled
FireWise of Southwest Colorado will be hosting an orientation for new FireWise ambassadors on Tuesday, Dec. 4.

Christmas tree permits on sale
Christmas tree permits, which allow you to cut your own holiday tree on National Forest and BLM lands, are now on sale at San Juan Public Lands offices in southwestern Colorado. A permit, which costs $8, allows you to cut one tree up to 20 feet tall for personal use. This year’s permits expire Dec. 31, 2012.

Thanksgiving: Time for (wild) turkey talk
There are a lot of people talking turkey this time of year.

Wheel Club, Forest Service work to improve trail system
Small communities run on the strength of people stepping up to the plate to fill a gap.

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