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Goals & Accomplishments Archuleta County Commissioners

SUN staff asked representatives of six publicly funded agencies in Archuleta County to individually answer a trio of questions relating to the goals and accomplishments of themselves and their agencies…

County interviewing four HR candidates

Staff Writer Archuleta County staff and elected officials are slated to interview four finalists to head the Human Resources department for the county today, Jan. 2. The position is one…

County purchases building

Staff Writer Archuleta County completed the purchase of the Lewis Street building that formerly housed the Archuleta County Education Center on Dec. 27, leaving county officials to now decide how…

County unemployment 6.8 percent in November

Staff Writer The unemployment rate for Archuleta County rose to 6.8 percent in November, with 6,176 people in the labor force and 421 of those claiming unemployment. In October, there…

New director for Department of Human Services

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Archuleta County Department of Human Services is slated to be under the helm of a new director beginning Jan. 2. Matthew Dodson was offered…

Mill levies, revenues certified for 2014

Staff Writer In end-of-year tradition, and to meet statutory deadline, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners certified mill levies and revenues for 21 governmental entities at its Dec. 17…

BoCC selects new administrator

Staff Writer After three months of having Larry Augsbury, finance director, and Todd Starr, county attorney, serving as co-interim county administrators, the county is expected to fill the vacancy on…

Will the Affordable Care Act affect fire, emergency volunteer programs?

Staff Writer Enforcement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), signed into law by President Barack Obama March 23, 2014, could adversely affect volunteer services at the fire department and in…

County to spend $25.7 million next year

Staff Writer In a special meeting held Friday, Dec. 13, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners approved a budget with projected revenues of just over $24.3 million and expenditures…

Sales tax up, no windfall

Staff Writer The monthly sales tax report generated quite a bit of excitement amongst the staff at Pagosa Springs Town Hall after it came out last Thursday. Sales tax revenue…