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Gas leak closes section of Village Drive

Officials have closed a section of Village Drive between North Pagosa Boulevard and Talisman Drive due to a leaking gas main. According to tentative reports, the problem occurred when a…

Property tax exemption for qualifying senior citizens and disabled veterans

By Tina Koster Special to The SUN The Colorado Constitution establishes a property tax exemption for senior citizens and disabled veterans. For those who qualify, 50 percent of the first…

U.S. 160 reopened following accident

According to the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office Department of Emergency Management, U.S. 160 has reopened to traffic. See Thursday’s Pagosa Springs SUN for more information on the accident that led…

U.S. 160 closed following rollover accident

A portion of U.S. 160 west of Pagosa Springs is currently closed following the rollover of a fuel tanker, and the highway is expected to be closed for several more…

Real property taxpayer remedies available

By Tina Koster Special to The SUN For tax years 2013 and 2014, the county assessor is required by law to appraise all real property at a June 30, 2012,…

2013 San Juan Public Lands firewood permits go on sale Monday

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Permits for cutting firewood on National Forest and BLM lands in southwestern Colorado will go on sale at agency offices and selected retail…

GECKO celebrates five years, awards scholarships

GECKO celebrates five years, awards scholarships

Staff Writer Local non-profit organization GECKO (Give Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors) celebrated its fifth birthday on Thursday, April 25. GECKO is a 501(c)(3) organization that focuses on bringing…

San Juan Basin Health appoints acting director

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN San Juan Basin Health Department’s director, Joe Theine, has resigned to accept a position for another healthcare entity in the community. The board…

Child safety kits for pre-schoolers

By Joanne Irons Special to The SUN Kiwanis club members have been fingerprinting, taking pictures and swabbing for DNA samples to complete a Child Safety Kit for area pre-schools. Head…

Correction

It was erroneously reported in last week’s SUN that the recent Kids’ Fair was hosted by the Archuleta County Victim’s Assistance Program. That event was, in fact, hosted by the…