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Grief support group for adults, help through the holidays

A grief support group for adults who have experienced a loss due to death will be held until the middle of January. This group is designed to assist grievers through…

White’s Family Funeral Home

White’s Family Funeral Home

Longtime funeral service professional Matthew Boyle and his wife, Lera, moved to Pagosa Springs from Chicago, Ill., on Sept. 3, with a vision of taking quality funeral service to the…

BoCC appoints Todd Starr as interim administrator

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners made two moves at its Nov. 8 meeting to deal with the departure of County Administrator Greg Schulte,…

Pond, river work to begin at east end of town

By Tom Carosello Special to The SUN The Town of Pagosa Springs would like to make residents and businesses at the east end of town aware of increased, construction-related traffic…

No investigation in campaign e-mail case

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Despite a written request to the District Attorney’s Office, no investigation has yet been completed concerning an e-mail sent by local Visiting Angels franchise owner…

Be wary of online CPR, First Aid classes

By Lynell Wiggers Special to The SUN Over the years in the Emergency Response Industry, National Safety Council (NSC) has developed a set of practical and theoretical skills which are…

Dealing with drilling in the Fruitland Outcrop

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer Last summer, July 2011, an unintended occurrence happened deep in the geologic layers beneath Archuleta County near the Fruitland Outcrop. Petrox Petroleum had a permit,…

Conservancy district stays on road to a reservoir

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer The San Juan Water Conservancy District (SJWCD) is taking steps, albeit small steps, to push the possibility of Dry Gulch reservoir to actuality. The board…

PAWSD gets more accurate water loss data

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer As the Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District continues to install more accurate meters at water treatment facilities, totals for the water produced and water…

Commissioners consider use of county tourism funds

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer The budgeting of lodgers tax revenue (the county’s tourism funding) was a topic at an Archuleta County budget hearing Nov. 5, with questions raised over…