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Colorado Cares Day 2013: Honoring wildland fire fighters

By Jenna Gregory RSAPP/Americorps Special to The SUN Today, there are 11 active wildfires in the state of Colorado alone. We are all aware that the West Fork Complex Fire…

SBA offers disaster assistance to small businesses

By Mary Jo Coulehan SUN Columnist While the West Fork Complex fires burned primarily in the wilderness north and east of Pagosa Springs, there were obstacles to conducting business as…

PLPOA members to vote on major capital improvement measures

Staff Writer Members of the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association will be asked to consider four items at their annual meeting this Saturday — a survey question, one candidate running…

Town council jumping pipeline hurdles

Staff Writer Only two hurdles remain before the Pagosa Springs Sanitation and General Improvement District can move forward with a planned project to build a pipeline from the town’s current…

County to seek grant to put new roof on courthouse

Staff Writer Archuleta County is submitting a grant application to help pay for a new roof for the courthouse. In a special meeting Tuesday, the board unanimously voted to turn…

Local unemployment rate up slightly in June

Staff Writer The unemployment rate for Archuleta County in June 2013 was 7.8 percent, up slightly compared to 7.6 percent in May, but down significantly compared to 8.9 percent in…

County working on 2014 budget, strategic plan

Staff Writer Work on the 2014 Archuleta County budget is officially underway, and work towards a strategic plan for the county is progressing. The strategic plan, an effort spearheaded by…

Town seeks volunteers for commission

SUN Columnist The Town of Pagosa Springs is seeking volunteers to serve one- and two-year terms on the Parks and Recreation Commission. The commission serves as a liaison with town…

Sheriff office considers concealed weapon program for retired law enforcement officers

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office is looking for retired law enforcement officers who are interested in taking part in a potential new program that would allow qualified individuals…

Correction

A photo caption in last week’s issue of The SUN incorrectly stated that construction of Forest Health Company, LLC’s power plant is underway. In fact, the construction is for a…