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Expand wildfire mitigation and funding

Christmas candy now sits on the store shelves instead of Halloween treats, so that tells me winter is on its way. My hope is that we have snow and plenty…

Arrest made in Oct. 1 fatal crash

Staff Writer Jared Earley, the driver in an Oct. 1 accident that killed a New Mexico man, was arrested on Oct. 31 on charges related to the incident. According to…

IBEW members at LPEA organize ‘Fill the Bucket’ food drive

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN Responding to community needs in advance of the holidays, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Local IBEW 111 26A), of La Plata Electric…

Unlike Washington, Coloradans don’t shut down

Sen. Bennet’s Report In stark contrast to Washington’s dysfunction, which brought us a 16-day government shutdown and the risk of default in October, Coloradans know what it means to do their jobs, day-in…

Work continues on community mapping project

Staff Writer Review of a collaborative community mapping project carried out in July by Chama Peak Land Alliance, Future West and Ground Truth Graphics, in partnership with Rio Arriba (N.M.)…

Rec Center idea remains on the radar

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs town council member Kathie Lattin crossed to the other side of the bench at Tuesday night’s meeting, momentarily giving up her position as a councilor to…

Lindner, Dryburgh win school board vote

Lindner, Dryburgh win school board vote

Staff Writer The Archuleta School District Board of Education will welcome two new members to its ranks at its next meeting (on Nov. 12) after Tuesday night’s election results showed…

Wounded Veterans Hunting is about the freedom

Wounded Veterans  Hunting is about the freedom

Staff Writer For some, hunting isn’t about the kill or the freezer full of meat; it’s about the process, the opportunity, the great outdoors and the freedom. That was the…

Police seek suspects in burglaries, theft

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Police Department is seeking information about two burglaries that occurred earlier this week. The burglaries took place either Monday evening or Tuesday morning, said Det.…

Marijuana ordinance timeline set

Staff Writer On Tuesday, Archuleta County Attorney Todd Starr announced a timeline for creation of a retail marijuana ordinance for the county. Starr was instructed to produce the timeline, complete…