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Piedra Road work to begin Monday

Work on a 1.35-mile stretch of Piedra Road is slated to begin Monday, Aug. 6. That work will include the full-depth reclamation of the portion of road stretching from Ace…

‘Difficult realities’ if jail fails County discusses finances, jail committee

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer The county’s possible financial situation if funding a new jail fails to pass on the ballot and the future of the Citizens for a New…

Planning commission recommends denial of new BP well pad

By Chris Mannara and Randi Pierce Staff Writers During a meeting of the Archuleta County Planning Commission on July 25, the commission moved to recommend that the Archuleta County Board of…

Reservations being accepted for Planned Giving Seminar

By Tracy Pope Special to The SUN The Archuleta Committee of the Community Foundation serving Southwest Colorado has begun accepting reservations for an upcoming seminar, “Maximizing the Benefits of Your…

Pagosa Housing Partners conducting housing survey

By Lynne Vickerstaff Special to The SUN A resident housing survey will be distributed this week to collect feedback on current housing concerns. The survey is designed to be the…

Area fire restrictions lifted

By Avery Martinez and Randi Pierce Staff Writer Unincorporated Archuleta County and the Town of Pagosa Springs are no longer under fire restrictions. Archuleta County announced Monday morning that, “Due…

Archuleta County Republicans name coroner candidate

By Deborah Van Gundy Special to The SUN The Archuleta County Republicans have selected Brandon Bishop as the 2018 Republican candidate for Archuleta County coroner. The full version of this…

Public Meetings

The following meetings are subject to change. Monday, Aug. 6 Pagosa Peak Open School Board of Directors strategic planning training. 4 p.m., 7 Parelli Way. Tuesday, Aug. 7 Archuleta County…

Jail campaign group opens meetings to public

By Avery Martinez Staff Writer A new jail could be on the ballot in November, and a county campaign committee has just recently opened its meetings to the public. The…

Multiple wildfires burning in county

By Randi Pierce and Avery Martinez Staff Writer Multiple fires are being tended to through Archuleta County. Many of the fires involved multiple agencies including the U.S. Forest Service (USFS),…