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Gravel pit hearing to be held Wednesday

On Wednesday, June 8, the Archuleta County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing regarding a gravel pit on County Road 500 (Trujillo Road). The full version of this story…

Changes in county clerk’s office hours due to training

By June Madrid Special to The Pagosa Springs SUN The Archuleta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office will be opening at 9 a.m. through the month of June. The office will…

Is the time right to sell your home?

By Saul Rosenthal Special to The SUN Q: What are some of the signs that the time may be right to sell my current home? A: Spring and summer are…

Is your business ready for summer?

The annual Chamber hanging basket program begins Friday, May 27 — just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. The 12-inch baskets will be at the Chamber offices at the…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Thursday, May 26 Archuleta School District Board of Education work session, financial budget review. 5 p.m., Pagosa Springs Middle School library, 309 Lewis…

Council advances recreation projects, receives pipeline update, honors role models

Council advances recreation projects, receives pipeline update, honors role models

At its meeting last Thursday, May 19, the Pagosa Springs Town Council approved steps to move forward on two projects adding to local recreational facilities. First, council approved siting a…

BoCC looking to purchase property next to courthouse

On Tuesday, May 24, during a special meeting, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) authorized the execution of necessary documents for the purchase of property owned by Randolph…

Local computer users fall victim to suspected Russian malware attack

Some local computer users suddenly found themselves unable to use their equipment in recent days. According to Jered Davis, SkyWerx director of wireless technology, they were victims of malware, suspected…

Charities invited to apply for grants

By Cristie Drumm Special to The SUN More than 200 qualified, community-based nonprofit organizations in Colorado will receive funding through the 2016 Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund. The full version…

Business skills, wildfire and ADA classes on tap

Although you may have missed the informational open house for the 2016 Leading Edge Sessions on May 17, it is still not too late to sign up for the classes…