Local, state and wildlife organizations have joined forces to coordinate bear education and tracking efforts to reduce human-bear encounters during bears’ annual fall feeding frenzy. Find out what you can do to be Bear Smart!
Most Archuleta students returned back to school on Sept. 8th under a hybrid/blended model. The back-to-school plan was led by the new superintendent Dr. Kym LeBlanc-Esparza and allows students to attend in-person learning 2 days a week and distance-learning 3 days a week.
The Town of Pagosa Springs was one of the first of 34 electric vehicle fast charging stations installed throughout Colorado to create several charging corridors. The chargers are located in Centennial Park where visitors and locals can charge within 40 minutes or less while they enjoy the riverwalk and nearby shops!
AquaSol, over Labor Day weekend. The owners of this hip, new spot are serving up a mediterranean-inspired menu, fancy cocktails and a relaxed riverfront atmosphere.
More than 130 students travel 70 miles round-trip from Dulce, New Mexico to attend school in the Archuleta School District. They receive services that are not always adequate within their own school district. The Governor of New Mexico recently made accommodations for students attending school across state lines during the pandemic.
Mike Heraty from Pagosa Source Real Estate Advisors shares the top 3 reasons why Pagosa Springs is a great place to own property. Find out about this hidden gem and picture yourself owning in this cozy mountain town.
Front Range communities are enjoying an economic boon, but that boon isn’t spreading as quickly to rural Colorado. A new organization hopes to change that. Here’s one story.