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Town to crack down on park vandalism

Town to crack down on park vandalism

Due to a recent rash of vandalism at Pagosa Springs’ Town and Yamaguchi Parks, Tom Carosello, the director of the Parks and Recreation Department, announced at last week’s town council…

County considers CDC donation

To fund or not to fund? Contributing to the Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation (CDC) using public funds was the subject of a tense discussion at a Board of County…

Imagine Downtown meets tonight

On Nov. 13 and 14, a team from Downtown Colorado, Inc. (DCI) visited Pagosa Springs as a part of the Imagine Downtown group initiative. The DCI team met with the…

Pagosan found not guilty of burglary, theft

Angelo Roger Rivard, 24, of Pagosa Springs, was found not guilty on four counts of burglary and four counts of theft following a jury trial that ended Wednesday afternoon. Rivard…

Task force to assist in search for missing boy

Task force to assist in search for missing boy

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Vallecito Lake searched for missing boy

A two-day search of Vallecito Lake ended late Monday afternoon after extensive sonar sweeps found nothing. The search was part of an eight-day effort to locate 13-year-old Dylan Redwine who…

Search continues for boy missing at Vallecito

A search of Vallecito Lake on Sunday provided no new clues to the whereabouts of 13-year-old Dylan Redwine who has been missing since Monday, Nov. 19. Two La Plata County…

What did you expect to happen?

What did you expect to happen?

News in The SUN last week highlights a problem that has been growing for several years in Pagosa Springs. Government by committee. Last week, we learned the future of a…

CDC asks town for $100,000

Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation board member Mark Weiler made a dramatic offer to the town council during its Nov. 15 work session after the CDC submitted a request for…

LPEA announces 11-percent rate increase

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors Monday gave preliminary approval for an average electric rate increase of approximately 11 percent.…