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Average snowpack as of Jan. 1

Staff Writer As of Jan. 1, 2014, snowpack in the southwest river basin including the Animas, Dolores, San Juan and San Miguel rivers was at 100 percent of the calculated…

County hires planning manager

Staff Writer Archuleta County is again close to having a full staff following this week’s announcement of the hiring of a new planning manager. James Shoopman is expected to start…

County to hold work session on marijuana issues

Staff Writer Archuleta County will hold a work session next Tuesday, Jan. 21, concerning the development of an ordinance on retail operations for recreational marijuana. The county’s Retail Marijuana Steering…

Stay safe this winter with home heating tips from LEAP

By Jennifer Nuhfer Special to The SUN Home heating is a saving grace this time of year. One of the best feelings during the dead of winter is coming home to a warm…

Cause of Jan. 8 plane crash remains unknown

Staff Writer The cause of a minor plane crash at Stevens Field, the Archuleta County airport, on Jan. 8 remains unknown. And, because the incident was minor, a cause may…

Sales tax revenue increases 7.9 percent for November

Staff Writer November Sales Tax revenue received earlier this week totaled $499,450.22, an increase of $36,564.52 or 7.9 percent over November 2012, according to a report from LeeAnn Foutz of…

Goals & Accomplishments Town of Pagosa Springs

SUN staff asked representatives of six publicly funded agencies in Archuleta County to individually answer a trio of questions relating to the goals and accomplishments of themselves and their agencies at the…

Get your tickets now for annual meeting

SUN columnist “Valuable and designed to fit your needs” is this year’s Chamber theme and it is also the theme of this year’s annual meeting celebration. Get your tickets now…

Skier numbers increase at Wolf Creek

Staff Writer Wolf Creek Ski Area experienced increased visitor numbers over the holiday season that kept employees busy between Sunday, Dec. 22 and Sunday, Jan. 5. The SUN spoke with…

Thinning for healthy forests

Thinning for healthy forests

Staff Writer JR Ford’s Forest Health Company, operated by the Pagosa Cattle Company, is moving forward with forestry treatments on private parcels in the Hidden Valley subdivision. The primary objectives…