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Snowpack levels below average, moderate drought predicted

Snowpack levels below average, moderate drought predicted

Staff Writer   As of Jan. 1, Colorado has reached its fourth-lowest snowpack level in 32 years. Across the state, this winter has been dominated by high pressure weather systems,…

Costs rise for Piedra Road

Staff Writer Archuleta County may have $4 million dollars slated to go toward the repaving of Piedra Road, but with costs for the project escalating due to federal requirements, less…

Town legalizes marijuana

Staff Writer Possession and use of less than one ounce of marijuana for recreational purposes by a person over 21 years of age will become legal in Pagosa Springs upon…

Town, county give $18,000 for geothermal exploration

Staff Writer Imagine using geothermal energy to generate electricity locally. Jerry Smith of Pagosa Verde made a request for $9,000 from the Pagosa Springs Town Council at its Tuesday night…

BoCC to meet, discuss geothermal grant

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners will hold a regular meeting at 1:30 p.m. today (Tuesday), with the following agenda. The meeting will be held in the commissioners’ meeting…

BoCC to hold special meeting

The Archuleta County Board of County Commissioners will hold a special meeting this afternoon (Monday). The sole item on the agenda for the meeting is the consideration of a letter…

Lady Pirates win opener at district tournament, boys play tonight

The Pagosa Springs Pirate girls’ basketball team advanced to tomorrow’s district final in Alamosa with a Thursday win over Bayfield, 39-26. The Pirates will face league nemesis Centauri, which defeated…

Correction

In the Feb. 21 article “PAWSD board approves inclusion of Mill Creek properties,” it was incorrectly reported that each property owner paid an equity buy-in fee of $41,088. The correct…

Changes made to open burning permit process

By Kelly Robertson Special to The SUN The Pagosa Fire Protection District has made changes to the open burning permit process. The changes will go into effect on March 1,…

Agencies, students collaborate on PHS LOVES Campaign

Agencies, students collaborate on PHS LOVES Campaign

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program (ACVAP), in collaboration with San Juan Basin Health, promoted the LOVES Campaign Friday, Feb. 22, at Pagosa Springs…