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Local blood supplies down to less than half day, blood drive set for Tuesday

By Angela Wirth Special to The SUN Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood. The importance of giving blood has become more crucial for our area as we…

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County considers how to pay for new jail

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) is considering how to fund the proposed $13 million, 54-bed jail at 125 Harman Park Drive. The full version of this story…

Dry Gulch? West Fork? Water rights issues discussed by SJWCD

During a strategic planning session held on Monday, the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) board of directors brought a familiar reservoir project back into the public eye. The full…

Man arrested for attempted homicide in stabbing incident

By Undersheriff Derek Woodman Special to The SUN On Jan. 17, at approximately 3:57 a.m., the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to Pit Court regarding an assault in progress.…

Basketball games at Monte Vista today will take place at scheduled times.

Basketball games at Monte Vista today will take place at scheduled times. Follow these topics: News, Top Stories…

Schools closed Friday, Jan. 18, due to snow

Archuleta School District is closed today. Due to heavy snow and poor road conditions, in many parts of the county, all schools will be closed today, Friday, Jan., 18. Please…

Archuleta School District will be on a 2-hour delay today, Wednesday, Jan. 16.

From the school district: Archuleta School District will be on a 2-hour delay today, Wednesday, Jan. 16. Good morning Archuleta School District. From the district: We are instituting a two…

Archuleta County’s elected officials

SUN photo/Randi Pierce Archuleta County’s elected officials pose with Sixth Judicial District Court Judge Jeffrey Wilson Tuesday morning after the county’s newly elected and re-elected officials were sworn in. In…

La Plata County Jail overcrowding affects Archuleta County

Like happened in 2018, the La Plata County Jail is experiencing overcrowding conditions, kicking into place an amended 2018 administrative order issued by Sixth Judicial District Chief Judge Jeffrey Wilson…