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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…

Local man sentenced following 2014 death

Editor’s note: The SUN has chosen to not print the graphic details of this case that surfaced at the sentencing hearing out of respect to the families and others involved.…

Police, schools respond to possible threat

Archuleta School District schools experienced an increase in police activity on the afternoon of Wednesday, Feb. 4, in response to a possible threat that was later deemed to be not…

Additional arrests made in mini storage burglaries

Two additional burglary suspects have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a series of storage unit burglaries that occurred around New Year’s Eve. Three suspects were arrested earlier this…

Stabbing, drunk driving incidents result in arrest

An Archuleta County man was arrested Tuesday afternoon following a series of events that allegedly included assault and driving under the influence. At about 2 p.m., the Archuleta County Sheriff’s…

Three nabbed in burglaries

Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office personnel arrested three burglary suspects last week after 14 storage units were broken into around New Year’s Eve. In addition to the arrests, an estimated $15,000…

564 arrested for impaired driving during Holiday Party DUI enforcement

By Sam Cole Special to The SUN The after-party was in a jail cell for 564 Coloradans who drove impaired during the 10-day Holiday Party DUI enforcement period. The Colorado…

Jeremy Metz

In last week’s article, “Hit-and-run remains unsolved,” The SUN inadvertently identified the victim of the incident as Jason Metz. In fact, the victim’s name is Jeremy Metz. The SUN regrets…

Wolf Creek CEO sentenced in federal court

Wolf Creek Ski Area President and CEO Randall D. “Davey” Pitcher was sentenced in federal court Tuesday afternoon after pleading guilty to conducting work in the national forest without a…

Wolf Creek CEO sentenced in federal court

Randall D. Pitcher, 52, who owns and operates the Wolf Creek Ski Area within the confines of the Rio Grande National Forest, was sentenced today in Durango by U.S. Magistrate…