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Who cares?

We’ve published several articles and editorials about local boards that have violated the Colorado Open Meetings Law (COML) over the past few years. We’ve called out those boards for not…

County to move forward with sales tax increase ballot question for justice facility

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) received a staff recommendation to pursue a 1 percent sales increase to pay for a potential new detention facility and sheriff’s office…

For the love of Thingamajig

What’s not to love about Thingamajig Theatre Company in residence at Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts? Pagosa Springs’ beloved theater has achieved a reputation for featuring Broadway-quality productions, earning…

‘Rediscover Your Smile’ at the fair

The Archuleta County Fair Board and volunteers, 4-H youth and their families, and the staff of the CSU Extension office have all been working diligently to make certain that you…

County fair needs volunteers

The Archuleta County Fair provides an opportunity to “Rediscover Your Smile.” This annual event can’t come off successfully without our dedicated fair board members, 4-H youth and their families, numerous…

Setting the record straight

In the editorial of July 6, The Pagosa Springs SUN questioned whether the San Juan Water Conservancy District was operating legally with not enough directors on its board. The full…

Living with bears

For weeks now, The Pagosa Springs SUN has printed photos of Pagosa Country’s bears taken by residents. Most of those photos have been captioned with reminders to put away bird…

What’s in a name?

It seems like to some people, changing the name of the Dry Gulch water storage project was so important, they decided to violate the Colorado Open Meetings Law (COML) to…

Celebrating Independence Day

Thousands of people flock to Pagosa Country every Independence Day to participate in the many unique and traditional Fourth of July festivities. The full version of this story is available…

Conflict of interest

During the June 13 meeting of the Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education (BOE), Superintendent Linda Reed advocated suspending a section of the board’s conflict of interest policy that…