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Dog shot, killed in downtown incident

Staff Writer After responding to a call of a dog at large, an officer of the Pagosa Springs Police Department shot and killed a reportedly vicious dog Monday afternoon. The…

Lawsuit against town withdrawn

Staff Writer The threat of a lawsuit no longer looms over the Town of Pagosa Springs, its town manager, clerk, planner, mayor and most of its individual town council members,…

Comment period opens on judge finalists

Staff Writer The Sixth Judicial District Nominating Commission has nominated three candidates for a district court judgeship to Gov. John Hickenlooper, including current Archuleta County Attorney Todd Starr, who is…

Town to host trail meeting at elementary school today

The Town of Pagosa Springs will host a meeting at 5 p.m. this afternoon at the Pagosa Springs Elementary School to present plans for a proposed trail that would connect…

CFC committee seeking applications from charitable organizations

By Meg Heath Special to The SUN The Intermountain CFC Local Federal Coordinating Committee is seeking applications from eligible charitable organizations from southwestern Colorado that wish to part of the…

Rescheduled varsity basketball games tonight

The fourth time is the charm: The Pagosa Springs Pirates and Centauri Falcons will face off tonight, Feb. 25, at 5:30 and 7 p.m. The games are the final regular…

Changes made to open burning permit process

By Kelly Robertson Special to The SUN The Pagosa Fire Protection District has made changes to the open burning permit process. The changes will go into effect on March 1,…

Saturday’s basketball games rescheduled

The high school basketball games scheduled for tonight, versus Centauri, have been postponed again. The games were originally scheduled for Friday and were rescheduled for Saturday night due to travel…

Tonight’s basketball action postponed

The high school basketball games scheduled tonight, versus Centauri, have been cancelled. Centauri school policy prohibits travel across mountain passes when the chain law is in effect. The games against…

CFC committee seeking applications from charitable organizations

By Meg Heath Special to The SUN The Intermountain CFC Local Federal Coordinating Committee is seeking applications from eligible charitable organizations from southwestern Colorado that wish to part of the…