2018 YEAR IN REVIEW

2018 was a busy and interesting year in Pagosa Country. There was no want for good news, bad news, controversial issues, and no lack of interesting news events to keep SUN readers focused on local events, situations and personalities.
Over the next few weeks, The SUN will take a look back at some of those events, selected by SUN staff writers. This week, we look back at January, February and March.

January

• Following an executive session at their meeting on Jan. 2, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) decided to have a trio of county representatives seek a meeting with the state court administrator to present a plan for the “further rehabilitation” of the Archuleta County Courthouse. The plan would contemplate a significant capital expenditure intended to meet the courts’ future needs.
At the same meeting, Archuleta County Sheriff Rich Valdez discussed temporary facilities with the BoCC.

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This story was posted on December 27, 2018.