Pagosa Springs News Summaries
Monday, September 1, 2014

Front Page - Opinions & Letters - Arts, Culture, Community - Business, Health, Education - Recreation & Environment - Essays, Poetry, Humor - Archives
Front Page 
Low-Flow Toilets and Big Water Supply Dreams, Part Five : But Mother Nature is only one player in the Colorado water picture...
Bill Hudson | 8/29/14
Low-Flow Toilets and Big Water Supply Dreams, Part Four : We had come to learn about a big plan — a plan to write the Colorado Water Plan by the end of 2015...
Bill Hudson | 8/28/14
PHOTO ESSAY: Another Auspicious 'Auction for the Animals' : Fine wine and microbrewery beer was available, and live entertainment was provided by Bob Heminger...
Linda Lawrie | 8/27/14
Scott Tipton to Visit Pagosa Springs September 4 : Representative Tipton serves on the following House Committees, Subcommittees and Caucuses...
Special to the Post | 8/27/14
Low-Flow Toilets and Big Water Supply Dreams, Part Three : The 'unalienable Right to Water' has become a bit tentative, however, as American civilization has developed and changed...
Bill Hudson | 8/27/14
Low-Flow Toilets and Big Water Supply Dreams, Part Two : 'Americans are wonderful people. Guys have come up with some real interesting ideas...'
Bill Hudson | 8/26/14
Opinions & Letters 
OPINION: Where Your County Government Stands Today : After nearly four years of work, the County is now fully financially sound and on track...
Michael Whiting | 8/29/14
OPINION: Second Amendment Victory in Castle Rock : It was yet another testament to the power of citizen involvement in their local political processes...
Luke Wagner | 8/29/14
OPINION: Time to Step Up and Defend, Part Two : We know we have abundant sunshine, however, it is still unclear if there is enough geothermal of the quality needed...
Mike Hayward | 8/27/14
LETTER: Please Help Preserve the Downtown Skyline : I have objected to vacating the alley as it could and should be considered for part of the River Trail System...
Franklin Anderson | 8/27/14
OPINION: Time to Step Up and Defend, Part One : Until the vengeance, bullying, and cronyism is out of local politics, economic development will not be possible...
Mike Hayward | 8/26/14
LETTER: Bad Law : And the unconstitutional ordinance remains in place, ready to punish the next unwary citizen...
Dave West | 8/26/14
Arts, Culture, Community 
VIDEO: 'The Littlest Birds' to Play Riff Raff Brewing September 7 : Their sound is hard to describe as it seems to capture something both familiar and yet altogether unique...
Special to the Post | 8/29/14
Community Choir Rehearsals for Christmas Concert Begin Soon : The theme for this year’s concert is 'Wonders of Christmas...'
Dale Schwicker | 8/28/14
LIBRARY NEWS: Help Wanted for Friends of the Library Christmas Tree : The Christmas tree will have a candyland theme, so they are looking for ornaments that relate in some way to candy...
Carole Howard & Library Staff | 8/28/14
A Timberwright on Reservoir Hill : The Observation Deck structure at the crest of Reservoir Hill, is standing with roofing and decking yet to be done...
Norm Vance | 8/27/14
Sunrise Ranch to Host 'Becoming A Sun' : Sunrise Ranch, located west of Loveland, will hold its fourth annual Creative Field Conference...
Keahi Ewa | 8/25/14
LIBRARY NEWS: GED Orientation Starts September 9 : GED is a series of four tests in language arts, mathematical reasoning, science and social studies...
Carole Howard & Library Staff | 8/21/14
Business, Health, Education 
Pagosa Springs Medical Center Looks at Some Big Numbers : 'As we have been saying as we've put the budget together, cash has been an issue and it continues to be an issue...'
Bill Hudson | 8/29/14
State Leaders, Businesses, Organizations Support STEM Curriculum : 'Strengthening STEM education and experiences for all our students is key to developing an educated workforce...'
Sara Bracken | 8/29/14
Lee Riley's Real Estate Report : July was very busy month in the real estate business, too, even...
Lee Riley | 8/29/14
A POSITIVE VIEW OF RURAL: You Share Your Success Stories : We had a small, but intimate turnout. There were just nine of us total...
Becky McCray | 8/28/14
'Starting Your Business' Half-Day Workshop : Presenters include a Small Business Specialist, Marketing Expert, Small Business Banker, an Attorney...
Lynn Asano | 8/27/14
Former Police Chief Opens 'THC' Brownie Company : 'Our brownies can be legally transported across state lines, carried through airport security checkpoints...'
Special to the Post | 8/26/14
Recreation & Environment 
Prescribed Burn Planned in Bayfield : Daytime smoke is expected to travel to the north/northeast but lofted high into the atmosphere...
Ann Bond | 8/29/14
Senator Udall Marks Founding of National Parks Service : 'Our public lands form the very foundation of the Centennial State...'
Mike Saccone | 8/26/14
Natural Gas Waste Goes 'Up in Flames' : State oversight allows flaring in North Dakota and Texas to emit greenhouse gases equal to 1.5 million cars...
Alan Septoff | 8/22/14
Night Sky Program at Navajo State Park : The evening program will begin at 8pm with a presentation about the astronomy of the native Navajo people...
Special to the Post | 8/19/14
RECREATION NEWS: Youth Soccer Assessments Tomorrow : The 9-10 assessment will begin at 5:20pm and run until 6:30pm...
Special to the Post | 8/18/14
Leave No Trace Trainer Course in Southwest Colorado  : Designed for people who actively teach others outdoors skills or provide recreation information to the public...
Stacy Boone | 8/15/14
Essays, Poetry, Humor 
ESSAY: The Lone Ranger Rides Again : Washington has increased the number of U.S. advisers sent to Iraq, and there is even talk of carrying out air strikes in Syria...
Mel Gurtov | 8/29/14
HAIKU : blown-glass blue...
Susan J. Tweit | 8/25/14
ESSAY: Borderfree : Rose bushes, morning glories and four-o-clocks have bloomed, and each day we eat tomatoes, mint and green onions...
Kathy Kelly | 8/22/14
ESSAY: Those Who Value Life : Suddenly the term 'enemy' expands to the whole population of people...
Robert J. Gould | 8/13/14
ESSAY: Bloodied and Besieged in Gaza : Since the beginning of Israel’s invasion, more than 1,800 Palestinians have been killed, mostly civilians...
Brian Trautman | 8/5/14
POEM: The Exit : Outside the window, a feral cat sits at the edge...
Bill Hudson | 8/5/14
 
   

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