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‘Liberty Zone’ advocates speak to county commissioners

Staff Writer A meeting of the Board of County Commissioners included an unusual amount of public comment on March 5. Much of the public comment concerned Second Amendment rights and…

Applicants accepted for USDA renewable energy grants

By Amy Mund Special to The SUN USDA is encouraging interested entities that will assist agriculture producers and small rural businesses by conducting energy audits and providing information on renewable…

Town closes skate pond for the season

SUN Columnist The skate pond behind the River Center has been closed for the season. Higher temperatures and thinning ice have resulted in unsafe conditions. Please refrain from venturing onto…

Judge rules in favor of police in civil rights violation suit

Staff Writer A federal lawsuit against current and former members of the Pagosa Springs Police Department was dismissed on Feb. 28 in a Denver federal court. The suit, originally filed…

Medical center to implement electronic health records system

Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Medical Center (PSMC) will soon implement an electronic health record (EHR) system. The EHR allows healthcare providers to record patient information electronically rather than in bulky…

PAWSD continues work on sewer line project

Staff Writer Directors of the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District Tuesday discussed the consideration of the bidding format for the proposed seven-mile sewer line from the town of Pagosa…

Lady Pirates lose state tourney game 39-32

While the Lady Pirates appeared to be cruising for a victory in the first round of the state 3A basketball tournament, building a 15-12 lead over Denver Science and Technology…

Pirate boys win opener at state tournament

The Pirate boys’ basketball team played a first-round nailbiter against Colorado Academy at the state tournament this morning At times, it seemed Pagosa had control of the action. The Pirates…

$1.5 million in cuts proposed for county

Staff Writer In front of a room packed mostly with county employees on Tuesday, County Attorney and Interim County Administrator Todd Starr suggested about $1.5 million in budget cuts to…

Will Wal-Mart build in Pagosa?

Staff Writer Wal-Mart, according to the timeline presented to town council on Dec. 20, was expected to pull a building permit in February, start breaking ground in the middle of…