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Driver suffers injuries in semi rollover

Staff Writer The driver of a semi tractor-trailer sustained minor to moderate injuries after rolling the semi at the curve near the scenic overlook on Wolf Creek Pass Monday evening.…

United Way Donor Challenge

By Lisa Jensen Special to The SUN Generosity is a habit of giving without expecting anything in return. We give of our time, money, energy, ideas and talents to help…

Town considers changes to LUDC

Staff Writer In order for Pagosa Springs to remain in good standings with the National Flood Insurance Program and eligible for potential grant funding from the Colorado Water Conservation Board,…

Council passes on rec center survey

Council passes on rec center survey

Staff Writer After much discussion, the Pagosa Springs town council decided at this week’s meeting not to allow councilor Kathie Lattin to mail out a survey designed to obtain feedback…

BoCC approves second marijuana dispensary

Staff Writer Archuleta County now has two licensed medical marijuana businesses, following Monday’s meeting of the Board of County Commissioners. But, the vote to grant the new business a county…

County selects five administrator finalists

Staff Writer Five finalists have been named for the position of Archuleta County Administrator. The position has been vacant since Oct. 15, and has not been held by anyone for…

Registration system for the wilderness

Staff Writer A partial, required registration system will be in effect for the Weminuche Wilderness starting next summer. Wilderness areas like the 488,340-acre Weminuche wilderness are designated by congress for…

Wolf Creek Pass reopens

U.S. 160 traversing Wolf Creek Pass is again open, following several hours of being closed due to adverse conditions. The Colorado Department of Transportation announced the closure shortly after 8:15…

Wolf Creek Pass closed due to adverse conditions

U.S. 160 traversing Wolf Creek Pass is closed due to adverse conditions, the Colorado Department of Transportation announced shortly after 8:15 a.m. There is no estimated time for the pass…

Impending storm could bring deep snow to high country

Courtesy CDOT Special to The SUN As winter weather returns to the state, Colorado Department of Transportation maintenance crews are again readying equipment and schedules for round-the-clock storm patrol shifts.…