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PAWSD board approves inclusion of Mill Creek properties

Staff Writer The inclusion of six properties located east of Pagosa Springs near Mill Creek Road were approved for inclusion into the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District Tuesday afternoon.…

GED test success at the Education Center

By Rosalind Marshall Special to The SUN Archuleta County Education Center’s first FY13 GED tests were held at the end of January. Four students took a total of seven tests,…

Slandered

Dear Editor: I could be upset that I, along with the other petition gatherers, have been accused of lying as we went door to door to explain why we wanted…

Results from a great WinterFest 2013

SUN Columnist WinterFest 2013 started off with the inaugural Chilly Bowl. There were more than 30 entries of various types of chili and cornbread. Pagosa showed off some great cooks…

Social Security and tax time

By Nicole Tiggemann Social Security Public Affairs Specialist April’s showers bring more than just May’s flowers — they also bring the deadline day for filing taxes. Don’t wait until the…

Firefighters have a busy day Tuesday

Firefighters have a busy day Tuesday

Staff Writer A propane leak reported Tuesday afternoon in the business plaza located at 565 Village Drive diverted traffic from the road and evacuated several businesses. The full version of…

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…