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Work continues on community mapping project

Staff Writer Review of a collaborative community mapping project carried out in July by Chama Peak Land Alliance, Future West and Ground Truth Graphics, in partnership with Rio Arriba (N.M.)…

Marijuana ordinance timeline set

Staff Writer On Tuesday, Archuleta County Attorney Todd Starr announced a timeline for creation of a retail marijuana ordinance for the county. Starr was instructed to produce the timeline, complete…

BoCC examines county audit results

Staff Writer For the second year in a row, Archuleta County has received an unqualified opinion on its audit, meaning a clean audit. The 2012 audit was presented at the…

County, chamber E-Cycle event Oct. 25-26

By Mary Jo Coulehan Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with Archuleta County Solid Waste Department, will host the fourth annual E-Cycle event Friday…

New playground built in Arboles last Saturday

By Alyssa Ross Special to The SUN Before the sun set Saturday, Oct. 12, children in Arboles had a new place to play. A new playground was fully assembled in…

Dept. of Human Services left without a director

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Department of Human Services is without a director. A request to fill the vacancy (indicating the departure of director Erlinda Gonzales) appeared on the agenda…

Town, county fund power plant test

Staff Writer Sixty-five thousand, five hundred dollars. That’s how much money the town of Pagosa Springs was asked to invest in feasibility research for a geothermal electric power plant proposed…

2013 -2014 county snow removal policy

From Archuleta County Special to The SUN In preparation for the upcoming snow season, the Archuleta County Road and Bridge Department would like to provide information to the public regarding…

County unemployment rate down in August

Staff Writer On Oct. 1, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment announced the state’s Unemployment Insurance Division was prepared to assist approximately 40,000 federal workers impacted by the government…

August sales tax revenue up over 2012

Staff Writer Since Oct. 1, when Pagosa Springs Town Manager David Mitchem handed the preliminary 2014 budget to town council, a series of work sessions have taken place in which…