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Two bills on the topic of wildfires

Looking back over the events of last week, we had a number of agricultural groups at the Capitol. I was very honored to receive the Pinnacle Award, the top legislative…

Commission, committee discuss Reservoir Hill signage

Staff Writer Mike Musgrove, the recently elected chair of the Pagosa Springs Parks and Recreation Commission, accompanied by local architect Courtney King, attended the Monday afternoon meeting of the wayfinding…

Tomorrow is adult basketball deadline

SUN Columnist Tomorrow is the deadline to register teams for this year’s adult men’s and women’s basketball leagues. The recreation office will accept registrations for men’s recreation league, men’s competitive…

Officials consider school safety measures

Staff Writer School safety continues to be on the agenda for the Archuleta School District Board of Education as Pagosa Springs Police Chief Bill Rockensock made a pledge at the…

Local foreclosure rate declines

Staff Writer Archuleta County Treasurer and Public Trustee Betty Diller gave a report to the Board of County Commissioners on Feb. 5 that, in addition to discussing the county’s cash…

BLM defers Tres Rios lease sale

Staff Writer All parcels associated with the Tres Rios Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management oil and gas lease sale originally scheduled for today, Feb. 14, have been…

Plans made for Overlook parking, deck

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Town Planner James Dickhoff, in conjunction with the wayfinding and signage subcommittee from the Town Tourism Committee, will conduct a public input work session some time…

File LEAP application for home heating help before April 30

By Aggie Berens Special to The SUN Winter has brought cold weather and has left many Coloradans struggling with the costs of heating their homes. Colorado’s Low-income Energy Assistance Program…

Conservation district offers grants to landowners

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District is proud to bring back a program started six years ago — “Conservation Helping Hand.” Are you interested…

Winter storm warning in effect until midnight

Staff Writer It’s safe to predict that snow is in the forecast for today. A winter storm warning is in effect until midnight, with the National Weather Service calling for…