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BoCC dismisses lawsuit, owner and PLPOA continue legal battle

Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners has decided to dismiss a nuisance ordinance lawsuit against a resident levied by the county in light of a lawsuit filed…

Speak Now addresses problem of teens and alcohol

By Andy Cohen Special to The SUN The Speak Now campaign, spearheaded by the Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Behavioral Health, in partnership with the Colorado Department of…

County hires new finance director

Staff Writer After four months with the position vacant, Archuleta County has hired a new finance director. The new hire, Larry Augsbury, is expected to begin work at the post…

School district looks at security options

Staff Writer In a continuation of the conversation concerning school safety, the Archuleta School District Board of Education heard from two Durango policemen involved with that city’s School Resource Officer…

Natural gas project proposed in county

Staff Writer A legal notice has been printed in the Pagosa Springs SUN notifying the public of a comment opportunity concerning a proposal for natural gas extraction in the North…

Busy week in Pagosa

Staff Writer With two major events scheduled to hit Pagosa Country within the next week — FolkWest’s sixth annual Folk ’N Bluegrass Festival starts tomorrow and the Denver Post’s  28th…

Local car and truck owners needed for special car show

The day after the Car Show at Pagosa, officials at Pine Ridge Extended Care Center called the Chamber of Commerce. They had tried to bring a group of residents to…

Lightning starts small fire near Williams Creek Reservoir, red flag warning issued

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN The Durango Interagency Fire Dispatch Center reports that southwestern Colorado is under a Red Flag Warning today with predictions of dry lightning storms,…

Hepatitis A outbreak associated with frozen berries from Costco

By Jane Looney Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is working with the CDC, FDA and other western state health departments to investigate an…

Fire danger remains high in Pagosa Country

With little chance of moisture in the forecast and temperatures rising, fire danger continues to be high in Pagosa Country. According to the fire weather forecast for the area, breezy…