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County unemployment rate down in August

Staff Writer On Oct. 1, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment announced the state’s Unemployment Insurance Division was prepared to assist approximately 40,000 federal workers impacted by the government…

Youth volleyball season postponed

SUN Columnist Due to a lack of adequate gym space, this year’s youth volleyball season for ages 9-12 has been postponed until next spring. The tentative plan is to have…

LPEA to host ‘Basics of Bulbs’ workshop

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Continuing its Free Information Series designed to help members, “save their energy,” La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will host a “Basics of Bulbs”…

Two perspectives on Amendment 66

Two perspectives on Amendment 66

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District will hold an election next month in which four candidates will vie for two seats on the Board of Education and voters will be…

Water conservancy district crafts new reservoir plan

Staff Writer The San Juan Water Conservancy District Board met Monday to discuss the Dry Gulch Reservoir project and other matters. Rod Proffitt, president of the board, shared a letter…

Districts continue with Dry Gulch divorce

Staff Writer Before their regular meeting Monday, the San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) held a work session to which SJWCD president Rod Proffitt invited the chairman and president of…

August sales tax revenue up over 2012

Staff Writer Since Oct. 1, when Pagosa Springs Town Manager David Mitchem handed the preliminary 2014 budget to town council, a series of work sessions have taken place in which…

Kurt-Mason named Teacher of the Year

Kurt-Mason named Teacher of the Year

Staff Writer Mary Kurt-Mason, Special Talents teacher at Pagosa Springs High School, officially received one of six PEOPLE Magazine Teacher of the Year awards yesterday for her unique and inspiring…

Murder trial ends with hung jury

Staff Writer Following a day and a half of deliberation, the jury in a second-degree murder trial returned without a verdict Saturday, the hung jury making for the second mistrial…

County budget: cuts and raises

Staff Writer An overview of the draft 2014 budget was presented at the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioner’s meeting Tuesday, Oct. 15, showing an anticipated 8.5 percent drop in…