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PAWSD Providing Drinking Water to Chama, NM, During Emergency

As the village of Chama, New Mexico struggles to get its water system repaired, the nearby community of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, is lending a hand. This press release from Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District (PAWSD) manager Justin Ramsey, was received yesterday afternoon:. Due to a pipeline break and operator...
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Local Food Heroes: Alice Chavez & Rose Chavez of Huerta Alegre

Local Food Heroes: Alice Chavez & Rose Chavez of Huerta Alegre. Healthy Archuleta, a local non-profit in Archuleta County also known as the FSFE – Food Coalition, continues to celebrate the local food heroes that make up the food system in Archuleta County and the surrounding southwest region. These individuals uniquely contribute to the community’s vision for a sustainable, health promoting, and equitable local food system so that everyone has access to affordable nutritious foods. The effort to capture the profiles of these integral community members was initiated as part of the Archuleta Food System Summit that took place April 9th, 2022. Today I would like to share the stories of my mother and myself as we contribute to the vision of an equitable and local food system and healthy Archuleta.
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Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad will start running July 1

CHAMA, N.M. (KRQE)- The Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad will start running again July 1. The train yards will open its season at 8 a.m. with trains leaving Chama and Antonito, Colorado at 10 a.m. The season was set to begin on June 11 but dry conditions pushed it back. USA Today named the Cumbres and Toltec […]
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EDITORIAL: Council, Commissioners… Talking… Part Three

As we’ve discussed in this editorial series, the Pagosa Springs Town Council and the Archuleta Board of County Commissioners met in a joint meeting earlier this week, and talked. One of the ideas, posed by County Manager Derek Woodman and subsequently kicked around, concerned a plan to hire Boulder-Colorado-based...
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LOCAL FOOD HERO: Charles MacDonald of Meander Riverside Eatery

Healthy Archuleta, a local non-profit in Archuleta County also known as the FSFE/Food Coalition, continues to celebrate the local food heroes that make up the food system in Archuleta County and the surrounding southwest region. These individuals uniquely contribute to the community’s vision for a sustainable, health promoting, and equitable local food system so that everyone has access to affordable nutritious foods.
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Feeding Pagosans locally sourced ingredients at Meander Riverside Eatery

Healthy Archuleta, a local non-profit in Archuleta County also known as the FSFE – Food Coalition, continues to celebrate the local food heroes that make up the food system in Archuleta County and the surrounding southwest region. These individuals uniquely contribute to the community’s vision for a sustainable, health promoting, and equitable local food system so that everyone has access to affordable nutritious foods. The effort to capture the profiles of these integral community members was initiated as part of the Archuleta Food System Summit that took place April 9th, 2022. Today we would like to feature Charles MacDonald of Meander Riverside Eatery who shared this narrative with us:
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PAGOSA ON THE FOURTH: Flags, Horses, and Airplanes, Oh, My!

The Pagosa Springs Fourth of July Parade is gearing up to be one of Pagosa’s annual highlights. Just visualize all those groomed horses, strutting their stuff, proudly ridden by rodeo and Indian nation royalty… braided manes, silver trimmed saddles… a colorful, proud tradition. Kids on decorated bikes, flag bearers, veterans, fire engines, theater groups, all loved by the crowd, locals and visitors alike…
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EDITORIAL: Council, Commissioners… Talking… Part One

We’ve heard the expression, “Talk is cheap.”. We’ve all heard it, because people often say it. When they’re talking. (Here I am, saying it myself.) One prominent economist has suggested that, based on market theory, talk is cheap because supply exceeds demand. Elected officials representing two...
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19th Hole Concert Series Raises Funds for Healthy Archuleta

Healthy Archuleta dba FSFE Food Coalition was chosen for this summer’s 19th Hole Concerts, and we are super excited to participate in this fun event at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club. Please come out tomorrow, Thursday, June 30 from 5:30 – 7:30pm, for some great music by Jack Ellis and ‘Out on Work Release’.
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Tickets On Sale for ‘A Star-Spangled Evening’

This Fourth of July weekend, come out and spend time with Curtains Up Pagosa tomorrow night, Saturday July 2, at 7pm. We will be doing a tribute to Pagosa, our country, and our past and present service members. “Pagosa the Beautiful: A Star-Spangled Evening” will take place at the Pagosa...
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Town Council Work Session 30th

A zoom link is made available, however the Town does not and cannot guarantee internet service or online broadcasting. Remote attendance is at the risk of the attendee as the public meeting will continue in person regardless of the Town’s broadcast capability. Join Zoom Meeting By Computer – https://zoom.us/j/83351849565...
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Chama residents meet with state leaders about recent water shortage

CHAMA, N.M. — The Village of Chama was without water for several weeks. Village officials met with state leaders to make sure the water stays flowing. Residents in the village say not enough was done to help during the water emergency. Watch the video above for more.
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READY, FIRE, AIM: Monopoly Money

We sometimes hear people use the term “Monopoly Money” to imply something is worthless… or at least, almost worthless. But maybe Monopoly money actually has real value? It’s paper money from a board game, (in a way, sort of like the U.S. dollar) but it has to be worth something, right?
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‘Community Cafe’ Resumes Meals at Pagosa Senior Center

After more than two years of being closed to the public due to COVID-19, the Pagosa Senior Center opened its doors on June 23. On that day, 14 individuals made it to the Community Café to meet with their friends and enjoy a hot meal. Grab-n-Go meals can still...
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LAST CONCERT TODAY: 19th Hole Concert Series Raises Funds

19th Hole Concert Series Raises Funds for Healthy Archuleta. Healthy Archuleta dba FSFE Food Coalition was chosen for this summer’s 19th Hole Concerts! We are super excited to participate in this fun event at the Pagosa Springs Golf Club. Please come out Thursday, June 30th from 5:30 pm -7:30 pm for some great music Jack Ellis and OUT ON WORK RELEASE. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Your $10 cover charge not only supports Healthy Archuleta but also four other local nonprofits that are part of the 19th Hole Concerts. Funds from all the concerts are pooled and divided evenly. Thank you so much for your support over these past weeks. Join us for one last remaining evening in support of Archuleta County’s non-profits. Hope to see you there!
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