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Fort Lewis offers Marketing for Smarties Challenge

By Marcy Mitchell Special to The SUN You’re a smart person. Your business survival itself is proof that you do a lot of things right and that you have a…

A successful elementary school Book Fair

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN The Book Fair at Pagosa Springs Elementary School was an outstanding success. The special theme “Story Laboratory — Reading Gives you Super Power!”…

U.S. Rep. Tipton meets with BoCC

Staff Writer The Second Amendment and the federal government were a topic in multiple meetings involving the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners Tuesday afternoon. The first meeting in which…

LPEA free information series continues with USDA grant workshop

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) will host a special energy efficiency and renewable energy systems grant education workshop featuring U.S. Department of Agriculture…

What about the chairlift?

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Town Council held a special meeting Monday afternoon where the group immediately moved into executive session to discuss possible negotiations concerning proposed amenities on Reservoir…

Town vote: ‘Yes’ and ‘No’

Staff Writer On April 23 the registered voters from the town of Pagosa Springs will be asked to decide whether or not the Home Rule Charter should be changed so…

County announces plans to hire new administrator

Staff Writer Archuleta County officials have announced plans to hire a county administrator. Those plans are set to be formalized in a special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners…

Town sets new policy concerning records

Staff Writer History was made in Pagosa Springs at Tuesday night’s town council meeting when council member David Schanzenbaker made a motion that was accepted and passed by the other…

Prescribed burn this week at Chimney rock

By Brandy Richardson Special to The SUN Fire managers with the San Juan National Forest Pagosa Ranger District plan to conduct a 90-acre prescribed burn this week on the south…

Tipton in Pagosa Springs this afternoon

Congressman Scott Tipton will visit Pagosa Springs today as part of a listening tour across the district to discuss ways Congress can work to help encourage economic growth and job…