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Pagosa outfitter sentenced for providing services without a permit

Staff Writer A statement released by the U.S. Forest Service this week indicates that Archuleta County resident Arthur Hank Anstine was sentenced on Dec. 11 in Federal District Court in…

Conservancy district to apply for Dry Gulch special use permit

Staff Writer During the Dec. 10 San Juan Water Conservancy District board of directors meeting, board president Rod Proffitt announced that the district had received a one-year extension of a…

Tomorrow is deadline for youth basketball

Registration for this year’s 9- and 10-year-old and 11- and 12-year-old youth basketball leagues ends tomorrow at 5 p.m. Children who will be 9, 10, 11 or 12 years old…

Colorado PUC adopts telecom rule changes

By Terry Bote Special to The SUN The Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) Tuesday issued its written order adopting telecommunications rule changes that will both protect Colorado consumers and allow…

BoCC expresses concerns about hydraulic fracturing

Staff Writer In a letter of more than four pages, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners is protesting the Tres Rios February 2013 Oil and Gas Lease Final Environmental…

A fire safe holiday season

By Kelly Robertson Pagosa Fire Protection District Special to The SUN Decorating homes and businesses is a long-standing tradition around the holiday season. Unfortunately, these same decorations may increase your…

A Christmas gift, for the children

A Christmas gift, for the children

Staff Writer A number of Pagosa Country residents will have a merrier Christmas thanks to a random act of kindness performed at the local ALCO store Tuesday. An anonymous benefactor…

Tuesday blaze destroys cabin

Tuesday blaze destroys cabin

Staff Writer A Tuesday-evening fire destroyed a cabin in the southern part of Archuleta County, and the cause of the blaze is undetermined. No one was at the small, 20-by-20…

7-percent raises for town staff

Staff Writer A couple of contentious issues clouded the discussions at the Pagosa Springs Town Council’s special meeting on Dec. 13, and while the time crunch is on because of…

County admin finalists named

Staff Writer Five finalists have been named in the hunt for a new administrator for Archuleta County. The finalists were announced Wednesday afternoon and consist of one local candidate and…