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Area law enforcement perform compliance check

Staff Writer An increased presence of law enforcement in the area last Thursday had onlookers wondering what was going on, but rest assured — it was only a compliance check.…

LPEA announces unclaimed capital credits

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) is seeking members and former members who are due to receive capital credits refund monies. To that end,…

Winter storm warning: Up to three feet of snow possible on Wolf Creek Pass

Maintenance crews from the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) are on 12 hour snow shifts. The snow shifts will last 24 hours a day until the storm passes, which is…

Woman takes plea deal in 2011 murder

Woman takes plea deal in 2011 murder

Staff Writer Following two mistrials, the suspect in a 2011 murder in Archuleta County agreed to a plea deal Monday morning. Elizabeth Blan, 39, of Farmington, N.M., pleaded guilty to…

Three ER patients transferred to Mercy PSMC continues to grow capacity

Staff Writer Correction to article The relayed fact that Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) is currently a trauma level 5 facility published in the Thursday, Jan. 30 article “Three ER…

Bayfield to Pagosa: Dog returns home after 40-mile journey

Bayfield to Pagosa: Dog returns home after 40-mile journey

By Melanie Brubaker Mazur Pine River Times editor Marley is one well-traveled collie. She got out of her downtown Bayfield yard on Thursday, Jan. 9 when a gate didn’t shut…

Town sets ballot language

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs’ voters will be asked to decide a number of important issues during this April’s election, and the town council spent a significant amount of time at…

Town Manager’s contract remains unmodified

Staff Writer The final agenda item under old business for last week’s Pagosa Springs town council meeting was titled “Town Manager Employment Agreement Modification” and included the possibility of going…

Prescribed burn continues today at Chimney Rock National Monument

Prescribed burn continues today at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN  Prescribed burning operations will continue today, Wednesday, Jan. 29, on San Juan National Forest lands near the Visitors’ Center within Chimney Rock National…

Consumers at risk from data breach should sign up for free credit monitoring

By Carolyn A. Tyler Special to The SUN The Colorado Attorney General’s Office is urging victims of Target Corporation’s (NYSE: TGT) consumer data breach to sign up for the company’s…