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County develops management plan for Cloman Community Park

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A management plan is now in place for the county’s newest public park — Cloman Community Park. The 120-acre park is located at the end…

West Fork Complex chronology

Following is a chronology noting important dates in the growth of the West Fork Complex fires. Acreages listed below are for the morning of the given day. Wednesday, June 5 …

$6 million for Aspen Springs intersection

Staff Writer A $6 million project to improve the intersection of Hurt Drive, Badger Drive and U.S. 160, located in Aspen Springs, looks to be underway this fall. The Colorado…

Help firefighters by protecting your home

By Bill Trimarco Special to The SUN What can you do to help our firefighters? As the West Fork Complex Fire continues to grow and there still is no rain…

Enjoy the Fourth, but take fire precautions

SUN Columnist Please make sure that you check out The PREVIEW this week and next week for the Clip and Save Fourth of July Festivities calendar. This at-a-glance schedule will…

Who will fix the culvert?

Staff Writer The McCabe Creek Culvert, which crosses beneath U.S. 160 near Sixth Street in downtown Pagosa Springs, is rated as the worst culvert in the Colorado Department of Transportation’s…

Mikaela Marchand receives ACRW Mojie Adler Scholarship

Mikaela Marchand receives ACRW Mojie Adler Scholarship

By Marilyn Harris Special to The SUN This year at the Archuleta County Republican Women’s Patriot’s Day Celebration on June 22, the $1,000 Mojie Adler Archuleta County Republican Women’s Scholarship,…

Pagosa blood drive on July 11

United Blood Services has scheduled a mobile blood drive in Pagosa Springs on Thursday, July 11. The drive will take place 2:30-6:30 p.m. at CrossRoads Community Fellowship, 1044 Park Ave.…

USDA declares 12 Colorado counties disaster areas to drought

Colorado U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet has announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated six Colorado counties as primary natural disaster areas and six more as contiguous disaster areas…

LPEA implements measures to help prevent fires

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN With continuing dry conditions, high temperatures and blustery winds predicted for the region, La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) operations personnel have implemented a…