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Fire burning in Turkey Springs area

Special to The SUN The Brockover Fire is burning in the Turkey Springs area next to the Brockover Road (FSR 919).  firefighters are battling this human-caused fire that is currently…

Horse Fire becomes more active; smoke increasing

On the afternoon of Sept. 12, the Horse Fire became more active on the south and east side of the fire. The San Juan hotshots, an IA module are one…

The Horse Fire burning in Horse Creek has grown to 90 acres; forest closure enacted in fire area

The Horse Fire burning in Horse Creek has grown to 90 acres; forest closure enacted in fire area

The Horse Fire is a lightning started fire, burning in the Horse Creek drainage, approximately 8 miles north of U.S. 160 and Chimney Rock.  The 90-acre fire is burning in…

Cable repair will result in interruption to 911 and data service tonight

According to Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office Director of Emergency Operations Mike Le Roux, the fiber cable in the vicinity of 8th Street and U.S. 160 has been damaged. CenturyLink will…

Signal pole replacement set for tomorrow

Signal pole replacement set for tomorrow

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will replace a damaged traffic signal pole in Pagosa Springs tomorrow, Wednesday, July 25. Crews will put in a new pole and lights on…

Pagosa Ranger District fighting a wildland fire between Mill Creek area and Upper Blanco

The Pagosa Fire Protection District released the following information this evening. The USFS Pagosa Ranger District is currently fighting a wildland fire between the Mill Creek area and the Upper…

Officials: Don’t call 911 to report fire north of Turkey Springs

Officials: Don’t call 911 to report fire north of Turkey Springs

Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office Director of Emergency Operations Mike Le Roux is asking the public to please not call 911 to report smoke from the fire north of Turkey Springs…

Devil Creek Fire update

Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office Director of Emergency Operations Mike Le Roux reported this evening that the Devil Creek Fire is contained at 20 acres with a line around the fire.…

Lightning caused fire being managed on Pagosa Ranger District

By Gretchen Fitzgerald Special to The SUN The Devil Creek Fire is a lightning started fire, burning on Flat Iron Mesa, approximately 3 miles north of Chris Mountain on the…

Village at Wolf Creek Access Project: New draft decision grants access to land-locked private property

By Mike Blakeman Special to The SUN Near the top of Wolf Creek Pass in southern Colorado, a parcel of private property sits landlocked by federal lands. A new draft…

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