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Unemployment drops in August

According to a report issued last week by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, the unemployment rate for Archuleta County dropped to 3.5 percent in August. However, while the…

Pirates best the Bobcats, travel to Monte Vista Friday

Pirates best the Bobcats, travel to Monte Vista Friday

The Pagosa Springs Pirates football team played its first home game and pulled out its first victory of the season, 24-6, during last Friday night’s contest against the Ignacio Bobcats.…

Pirates soccer team remains undefeated

Pirates soccer team remains undefeated

The Pagosa Springs High School Pirate soccer team continued its winning ways last Friday and Saturday, adding two more league wins to the book. The Pirates are now 4-0 in…

Police chief, town manager discuss staffing shortage

Pagosa Springs Police Chief William Rockensock and Town Manager Greg Schulte agreed to sit down with SUN staff earlier this week to discuss a matter of growing concern among the…

Concession reached on highway restriping

Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) Engineer Mike McVaugh’s presentation concerning the possibility of restriping U.S. 160 through the downtown area of Pagosa Springs drew quite a crowd to last Thursday’s…

Pirates fall to Panthers, play Ignacio at home Friday

Pirates fall to Panthers, play Ignacio at home Friday

The Pagosa Springs Pirates football team fell 48-13 to the Delta Panthers during last Friday’s away game. “The boys came out and did some really good things for the first…

Geothermal exploration project seeks direction

Geothermal exploration project seeks direction

At Monday night’s meeting of the Pagosa Area Geothermal Water and Power Authority (PAGWAPA), Pagosa Verde owner Jerry Smith presented the driller’s update. Smith mentioned the recently conducted Pagosa Verde…

CDOT to present downtown restriping plans at town council meeting tonight

CDOT to present downtown restriping plans at town council meeting tonight

Colorado Department of Transportation Engineer Mike McVaugh will make a presentation to the Pagosa Springs Town Council this evening concerning alternative plans for lane striping on U.S. 160 through the…

July sales tax breaks record

According to Archuleta County Finance Director Larry Walton, the total sales tax collection for July 2015 was $918,190.72, which is $151,860 or 20.1 percent higher than the same month in…

Pirates fall to Falcons, face Delta Friday

Pirates fall to Falcons, face Delta Friday

The Pagosa Springs Pirate football team put up a valiant fight against the Centauri Falcons last Friday night for its season opener, but in the end fell by a score…