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BoCC considers rate increases at landfill, recycling center

Staff Writer Archuleta County residents could see higher landfill and recycling rates in 2013, based on discussion at a work session late last week. The full version of this story…

‘Fiscal cliff’ legislation delays tax season opening

Following the January tax law changes made by Congress under the American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA), the Internal Revenue Service announced on Jan. 8 that it plans to open the…

Town moves to deal with truck parking problem

Staff Writer Zach Richardson, the Pagosa Springs building official, played an instrumental role in the town’s recent fight to stop tanker truck drivers from using the Aspen Village subdivision as…

College scholarships available through LPEA

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN To assist high school seniors and their parents with the application process for college scholarships available through La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), the…

Pagosa students take a PAC trip to Grand Canyon

Pagosa students take a PAC trip to Grand Canyon

Staff Writer Sean Lee and Alijandra Calvillo, two students from the Pagosa Springs High School Pirate Achievement Center, recently joined their teacher, Marty Borges, in making a presentation to the…

PAWSD directors tussle over chairmanship

Staff Writer During Tuesday’s Pagosa Area Water and Sanitation District meeting, the directors got a little personal as they considered whether or not to have a rotating chairmanship. The full…

Petition effort moves forward

Staff Writer Questions have been raised concerning the legality of a second petition sponsored by select members of the Pagosa Springs Town Council that proposes another ballot issue be put…

CDC faces challenges

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs Community Development Corporation is heading into 2013 without funding from either town or county government, with only a virtual presence and no physical office space,…

County admin interviews Friday

Staff Writer With interviews scheduled for tomorrow (Friday), the number of finalists for the position of Archuleta County administrator is again down to four. A total of three finalists for…

Skier death reported at Wolf Creek Ski Area

Staff Writer A local skier died at Wolf Creek Ski Area Wednesday afternoon. Jack Hummel, 70, a season pass holder at Wolf Creek Ski Area, died following an apparent accident…