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Unemployment rate increases in January

The unemployment rate for January in Archuleta County rose by 1.5 percentage points over the month. There were less people in the county holding jobs, according to a report issued…

Personal property declaration filing deadline nearing

By Carla Elliott Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Assessor reminds all persons owning, possessing or controlling taxable personal property (furnishings, equipment and other movable personal property) that the…

County approves geothermal loan … again

Despite having been approved by both the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC)  and Pagosa Springs Town Council on Tuesday, March 3, a loan (of sorts) to the Pagosa…

January sales tax collections up 5.3 percent

The January sales tax report received by Archuleta County last week looks impressive at first glance — with a 25-percent increase — but, upon closer inspection, is actually relatively consistent…

Community Development Corporation adopts new bylaws

The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation voted last week to approve a new set of bylaws. “We’ve been discussing this and working on this since September,” board chairman Jason Cox…

Parts of Archuleta County no longer an Enterprise Zone

At its Tuesday night meeting, the Pagosa Springs Town Council heard a report from Laura Lewis Marchino, the assistant director of the Region 9 Economic Development District of Southwest Colorado…

County reviews 2015 road plans

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners took a step toward defining what road work will be completed in 2015 during its meeting Tuesday afternoon. At the meeting, the commissioners…

County sets sights on courthouse remodel

Archuleta County is looking to move forward with a project to remodel the courthouse, with the Board of County Commissioners approving the scope of services for the first phase of…

Courthouse contention continues

The courthouse continues to be a matter of contention between Archuleta County and the Office of the State Court Administrator (state courts), as was evidenced by a work session attended…

Appraisal on county’s 82 acres lower than expected

Almost a year after the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners began efforts to sell the majority of the land it owns along U.S. 84 to Colorado Parks and Wildlife…