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Mosquitos test positive for West Nile in Durango

Special to The SUN As part of a national increase in mosquito surveillance and mitigation for Zika virus, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has partnered with mosquito…

Town Planning Commission seeking commission members

By Rachel Novak Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs Planning Commission is seeking interested individuals who meet any of the following three criteria to fill commission vacancies:…

Pagosa Family School offers Spanish, art and choir classes

By Jane Parker Special to The SUN Pagosa Family School is a new, state-funded afternoon educational outreach program (a new program of Archuleta School District) being offered to all Archuleta…

Take precautions to prevent rabies exposure

By Claire Ninde Special to The SUN This summer, San Juan Basin Health has submitted and tested seven bats for rabies, one of which was positive. The full version of…

Judge performance evaluations available online

By Jon Sarché Special to The SUN Marking the 50th anniversary of Colorado’s merit selection for judges, judicial performance evaluations of 108 Colorado appellate and trial court judges standing for…

Tools and strategies for reinvestment and redevelopment of potential Brownfield properties

By Terry Blair-Burton Special to The SUN Region 9 Economic Development District is hosting two workshops to provide information and tools for property cleanup, redevelopment and reinvestment of commercial properties.…

Grant received for waterworks restoration

The Town of Pagosa Springs has received a grant of $167,000 from the State Historical Fund for the stabilization and restoration of the town’s historic waterworks, at 1st Street and…

Prices for homes in Colorado continue to rise

By Saul Rosenthal Special to The SUN The median price for a single-family home in Colorado reached a new high of $345,000 in June, a 3-percent increase over May and…

Back to school: Parents encouraged to sign bus contracts early

With the start of the 2016-2017 school year less than a month away, parents who intend to have their children ride the bus are encouraged to return signed bus contracts…

County cleared of charges from ethics complaint

The Colorado Independent Ethics Commission (EIC) has cleared the Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) and the county attorney of the charges brought against them pertaining to complaints filed…