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Personal property taxpayer remedies

From June 15 to July 1, 2013, owners of taxable personal property (e.g., business furnishings, equipment, etc.) may challenge the county assessor’s valuation of their property. The value determined by…

Smoke spotted from Mineral County fire

Reports of smoke began to come into local emergency lines mid afternoon Friday, with some reports indicating a source in the Turkey Springs area, east of Pagosa Springs and north…

Red Ryder Royalty tryouts Monday

By Pennie DeClark Special to The SUN Calling all cowgirls! Don’t forget the mandatory meeting for the 2014 Red Ryder Rodeo Queen and Princess Monday, June 3, at 6 p.m.…

Goal Academy to hold open house Friday

By Anne Grad Special to The SUN GOAL Academy is hosting an Open House on Friday, May 31, from noon to 6 p.m. Staff invites everyone to join in thanking…

HUTF: How much, and to whom?

Staff Writer If there were a catch phrase at the May 21 work session concerning Archuleta County’s payment of Highway Users Tax Funding (HUTF) to metropolitan districts in Archuleta County,…

Aspen Springs fill station to be constructed

Staff Writer Construction will soon be underway to create a water fill station in Aspen Springs, meaning homeowners living in the subdivision will have nearby access to water from an…

Habitat for Humanity steps up to new levels

Habitat for Humanity steps up to new levels

By Larry Bogard Special to The SUN Since moving to Pagosa three years ago, my wife and I have not heard a lot from Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County,…

Imagine Downtown meets today at community center

By Muriel Eason Special to The SUN The monthly meeting of the Imagine Downtown group will be held at 6 p.m. today, Thursday, May 30, at the Ross Aragon Community…

Detention officer training held in Archuleta County

Detention officer training held in Archuleta County

Staff Writer For the first time in recent memory, every detention officer working in the Archuleta County Detention Center is POST-certified (Peace Officer Standards and Training) in detention skills, following…

School of Mines field camp ends with presentations

Staff Writer Students and staff from the Colorado School of Mines, after spending two weeks conducting geophysical studies in a variety of locations, finished their Field Camp in Pagosa Springs…