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Despite low fire danger, fireworks still illegal

While Pagosa Country might not be at the same levels of fire danger as in the last several years, those planning their Fourth of July celebrations are reminded that fireworks…

Report for duty by reporting fraud

By Marian Lark Special to The SUN In July, with American flags flying, we celebrate our nation’s birthday and the freedoms and protections we hold dear. Although love for your…

Mark Trail sentenced in horse shooting, standoff

Mark Franklin Trail was sentenced to seven years in prison and community corrections Wednesday afternoon following convictions in two cases from 2012. Several people spoke both against and in favor…

Sheriff’s Office temporarily closed

Due to flooding, the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office and detention center are temporarily closed. On Friday, inmates were relocated to the La Plata County Detention Facility and on Sunday the…

Two arrested after shots fired in Aspen Springs

A vigilante-style situation in Aspen Springs Monday led not only to shots being fired, but also to the arrest of two Archuleta County men. Shortly after 12:30 p.m. on Monday…

Former Pagosa resident fatally shot near Ignacio

By Dan Bender Special to The SUN The La Plata County Sheriff’s Office (LPCSO) identified the victim and the suspect in fatal shootings that took place near Ignacio Tuesday morning.…

Marijuana dispensary robbed at gunpoint

Marijuana dispensary robbed at gunpoint

An Archuleta County marijuana dispensary was robbed at gunpoint last weekend, with nearly $8,000 worth of merchandise stolen. According to Archuleta County Undersheriff Tonya Hamilton, the aggravated robbery and theft…

Local man convicted in 2012 horse shooting

An Aspen Springs man was found guilty Wednesday morning to charges stemming from a 2012 incident in which his neighbor’s horse was shot and killed. Mark Franklin Trail was convicted…

IRS’s top 10 identity theft prosecutions; part of ongoing efforts to protect taxpayers, prevent refund fraud

By Karen A. Connelly Special to The SUN Continuing its enforcement push against refund fraud and identity theft, the Internal Revenue Service announced the Top Ten Identity Theft Prosecutions for…

1982 double homicide victim ID verified

1982 double homicide victim ID verified

Nearly 32 years after her body was found washed up on an island in the San Juan River, the female victim of a 1982 double homicide was presumptively identified as…

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