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Sales tax up, no windfall

Staff Writer The monthly sales tax report generated quite a bit of excitement amongst the staff at Pagosa Springs Town Hall after it came out last Thursday. Sales tax revenue…

Rough start for Pagosa boys

Staff Writer The Pagosa Pirates boys’ basketball team is off to a rough start this season, losing their first game 46-25 to the Sanford Indians. “Sanford was a tough opening…

Pagosans react to rec center proposal

Pagosans react to rec center proposal

Staff Writer Correction By Ed Fincher Staff Writer In last week’s SUN article about the public input meeting concerning the proposed community recreation center, audience member Cynda Green was misquoted.…

Schools deal with safety issues

Staff Writer With the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting occurring this week, school safety continues to be a major topic of conversation at the Archuleta School District’s…

Pirate boys to feature fresh starting lineup

Pirate boys to feature fresh starting lineup

Staff Writer After last year’s championship season, quite a few boys showed up for basketball practice this year, hoping to earn a starting spot on the varsity team along with…

Council passes on rec center survey

Council passes on rec center survey

Staff Writer After much discussion, the Pagosa Springs town council decided at this week’s meeting not to allow councilor Kathie Lattin to mail out a survey designed to obtain feedback…

Bid accepted for pipeline project

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District board voted last week to accept a bid from Hammerlund Construction Company for work on a pipeline and pumping stations…

County unemployment rate down to 6.6 percent

Staff Writer The unemployment rate for Archuleta County dropped to 6.6 percent in October, with 6,123 people in the labor force, but only 403 of those claiming unemployment. In September,…

September shows sales tax continues on upswing

Staff Writer This year’s unusually late and heavy monsoon season, which caused some flooding and washed out a few roads in Pagosa Country this fall, doesn’t appear to have had…

Town fails to secure two GOCO grants

Staff Writer Keely Whittington, the special projects manager for Pagosa Springs, will have bad news to report to town council today at its noon meeting — two of the town’s…