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La Plata Electric Association to hold rate information meeting

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors will host a series of rate information meetings to discuss reasons behind the pending,…

Pagosans, ranchers, businesses wait for snow

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer “It needn’t be tinder, this juncture of the year, a cigarette second guessed from car to brush. The woods’ parchment is given to cracking and…

Basketball photo nights Dec. 10 and 13

By Tom Carosello SUN Columnist Team and individual photos for this year’s 7-8 youth basketball league will be taken next Monday and Thursday in the Ross Aragon Community Center gym.…

Committee formed to help with Extension programming

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A new advisory committee has been created in Archuleta County, in this instance to help with CSU Extension programming. The committee was formed following two…

County commissioners institute hiring ‘chill’

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer For the second time in the last two years, the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has instituted a county-wide hiring “chill.” The full version…

FFA chapter organized, begins garden project

By Becky Guilliams Special to The SUN The Pagosa Springs High School has recently started a student organization called FFA (Future Farmers and Agriculturalists). The former name of the organization…

Chamber to cease operation of Visitor Center

Chamber to cease operation of  Visitor Center

Staff Writer After next year, the Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce will no longer be responsible for operating the downtown Visitor Center, according to a letter from Bill Schwab, the…

Election pending on charter change

Staff Writer A plan to amend the Home Rule Charter of the Town of Pagosa Springs so that any development on Reservoir Hill would first have to get by town…

Council cuts red tape, saves business

Staff Writer Red tape and out-of-control government bureaucracy once again threatened to shoot down a small business in Pagosa Springs (the Flying Burrito on 7th Street), forcing town council to…

Rash of unsolved burglaries

Staff Writer A number of Archuleta County burglaries remain unsolved, and law enforcement is seeking help. Over the past several months, at least 13 burglaries have gone unsolved, with a…