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Southwest San Juan Mountains winter weather advisory

Southwest San Juan Mountains winter weather advisory

From the National Weather Service: A winter weather advisory remains in effect from midnight tonight to 6 p.m. Monday. * What: Snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 7…

On to State!

On to State!

Photos courtesy Rachael Christiansen It may have been 45 degrees and rainy, but that didn’t stop 12 Pagosa Springs High School Pirate cross-country runners from setting personal records at the…

Town to consider forming urban renewal authority

On Nov. 5, the Pagosa Springs Town Council will hold a public hearing as part of its consideration of whether or not to form an urban renewal authority (URA). The…

Partnership leads to faster emergency response

Since July, the Pagosa Fire Protection District (PFPD) has been responding as medical first responders to certain medical calls to aid the Upper San Juan Health Service District (USJHSD). The…

Man’s best friend: Veteran reunited with stolen therapy dog

Man’s best friend: Veteran reunited with stolen therapy dog

Photo courtesy Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office Reunited at last, Larry Martinez poses with his pup, Sabrina, after she was stolen by an individual posing as an Archuleta County animal control…

Treasurer’s office error leads to nearly $400,000 in overpayments

The Archuleta County Treasurer’s Office overpaid specific ownership tax (SOT) disbursements to local special districts and departments by about $400,000 due to an error. The full version of this story…

Snowcapped mountains

Snowcapped mountains

SUN photo/Terri House Snowcapped mountains accent Pagosa Country’s landscape this past week. Follow these topics: News…

Sales tax revenues continue to climb, up 18.5 percent in August

The August sales tax report for Archuleta County disseminated by Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton shows an 18.5 percent revenue increase compared to August of 2018. The full version…

Snow to hit mountain passes tonight

According to the Colorado Department of Transportation, heavy snow is expected for south-central Colorado’s high country tonight, Wednesday Oct. 23 through Thursday morning, Oct. 24. The National Weather Service has…

Female victim identified in explosion, structure fire

Sunday, 8 p.m. update: The female victim in Friday night’s explosion and structure fire has been identified  as Electra Churchill, 45, of Shreveport, Louisiana. “It was a terrible tragedy,” said…