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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Victim of Sunday stabbing death identified

The identity of the victim of Sunday's stabbing death was released Thursday afternoon.According to Archuleta County Undersheriff Derek Woodman, the victim is Daniel Fitzpatrick,...

Flu season is here: Get your annual vaccine

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment  Flu season is here, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) urges everyone ages 6...

Crash response

Photo courtesy Reg Larkin Emergency personnel respond after two Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office vehicles crashed into each other recently. Undersheriff Derek Woodman explained an emergency...

One in custody following Saturday stabbing death

An Archuleta County man has been arrested for second-degree murder in connection with a Sunday incident. The full version of this story is available in...

New council member appointed

The Pagosa Springs Town Council appointed Jeff Posey as the newest council member at its regular meeting held on Tuesday, Oct. 5. The full version...

Town approves $150,000 for river projects

At its regular meeting held on Thursday, Sept. 23, the Pagosa Springs Town Council unanimously approved two resolutions which approved $150,000 in matching funds...

Pump problems, avoiding sewage spills topic of sanitation district meeting

The perpetual pump problems that have perplexed the Pagosa Springs Sanitation General Improvement District (PSSGID) continue to persist, with two additional pump failures occurring,...

One in custody following Sunday stabbing death

Staff report An Archuleta County man has been arrested for second-degree murder following a Sunday incident. According to a press release from Archuleta County Undersheriff Derek...

SJBPH to begin administering Pfizer booster shots for individuals age 65+, high-risk workers, people...

San Juan Basin Public Health (SJBPH) is announcing booster shots of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine are now available for individuals ages 65 and older,...

Forest Service to conduct prescribed burn in the Beaver Meadows and First Notch Areas...

The Columbine Ranger District is planning to burn approximately 3,400 acres this autumn in the Beaver Meadows and First Notch areas of the San...