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Fees paid, suit against disposal company dismissed

Staff Writer Archuleta County Attorney Todd Starr’s office has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit against the owner of At Your Disposal filed in June. The lawsuit alleged thousands…

County terminates HUTF agreements with metro districts

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has terminated funding agreements for dispensing Highway Users Tax Funds to the five metropolitan districts in Archuleta County. The current agreements…

West Fork Fire Complex eases, personnel reduced

Staff Writer The number of fire personnel assigned to the West Fork Fire Complex is dropping daily, including the elimination of the west zone management team tonight at 8 p.m.…

Rotary’s mobile medical unit is on the road in Pakistan

Rotary’s mobile medical unit is on the road in Pakistan

By David Smith Special to The SUN Earlier this year, Rotary Club of Pagosa Springs, in cooperation with The Rotary Foundation, provided Pakistan Relief with a new Toyota Hilux pickup.…

Pagosa District revises emergency closure area for West Fork Fire Complex

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN As of today, Friday, July 12, the San Juan National Forest Pagosa Ranger District will lift certain portions of the road and trail…

It’s shaping up to be a busy month of July

SUN Columnist Between business and social events, it is shaping up to be a very busy month of July. Following is a synopsis of some of the activities for you…

Carl Smith announces sheriff candidacy

Carl Smith announces sheriff candidacy

By Bob Hite Special to The SUN On Saturday, June 22, Carl Smith announced his candidacy for the office of Archuleta County Sheriff at the Patriot’s Day celebration hosted by…

Council debates paving, curbs, gutters, sidewalks

Staff Writer For nearly a year, several town council members have suggested constructing a sidewalk along the south side of Piedra Street from 8th Street past 10th Street to the…

Rainy afternoon: double rainbow

Rainy afternoon: double rainbow

Photo courtesy Kayli Postelese A change in weather patterns brought wind from the south Thursday, with clouds, lightning, and rain. Scattered thunderstorms hit Pagosa Country in the afternoon and evening.…

Navajo State Park marina to close July 15, reservoir and boat ramp remain open

By Colorado Parks and Wildlife Special to The SUN Because of needed dock repairs and low water levels, the marina at Navajo State Park is closing on Monday, July 15.…