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Charges to be filed in Valentine’s Day crash

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man is facing charges following a Valentine’s Day accident that left two passengers seriously injured. On Feb. 14, at approximately 1:18 a.m., Pagosa Springs Police…

Officials searching for missing juvenile

Officials searching for missing juvenile

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs juvenile was reported missing Thursday, Feb. 14. Seventeen-year-old Dylan McKee was last seen in the early morning of Feb. 14, and was reported missing later…

Suspect enters ‘Not guilty’ plea

Staff Writer Mark Trail, a suspect in the May 2012 shooting of a horse and a September 2012 standoff with local law enforcement, entered “Not guilty” pleas in both cases…

Police seek leads in two shoplifting incidents

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Police Department personnel are seeking information concerning two cases of shoplifting in early December. The first shoplifting case took place on Dec. 5 at Mountain Spirits…

How safe are our schools?

How safe are our schools?

Staff Writer The safety and security of local schools was not an issue on the agenda at the Dec. 20 town council meeting. However, in light of recent national events,…

DUI enforcement units to target impaired drivers

By Chief William Rockensock Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs Police Department is participating in the upcoming 2012 High Visibility Impaired Driving Enforcement (HVIDE) campaigns. Enforcement periods for the…

Pagosa man sentenced for theft of tools from PAWSD campus

Staff Writer A Pagosa Springs man convicted of theft this fall was sentenced to jail time and probation Tuesday morning by District Court Judge Gregory Lyman. The full version of…

Pagosa outfitter sentenced for providing services without a permit

Staff Writer A statement released by the U.S. Forest Service this week indicates that Archuleta County resident Arthur Hank Anstine was sentenced on Dec. 11 in Federal District Court in…

Scam develops in case of missing boy

Scam develops in case of missing boy

By Sarah Jacobson Special to The SUN A subject has been attempting to perpetrate a scam via Facebook in reference to the disappearance of 13-year-old Dylan Redwine. The scammer identifies…

Rash of unsolved burglaries

Staff Writer A number of Archuleta County burglaries remain unsolved, and law enforcement is seeking help. Over the past several months, at least 13 burglaries have gone unsolved, with a…