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Charges against standoff suspect bound over to District Court

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Eight charges filed against Mark Trail, the suspect in the September standoff with law enforcement that lasted 26 hours, were bound over to District Court…

Solar panels installed on middle school roof

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer Pagosa Springs Middle School received an array of photovoltaic solar panels last week thanks to those La Plata Electric Association members who contribute to the…

Health service district considers proposed budget

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer The Upper San Juan Health Service District has a draft budget for 2013. The budget hearing to approve the 2013 will take place until Dec.…

Friends of Reservoir Hill to meet

By Christine Funk Special to The SUN The Friends of Reservoir Hill are preparing to hold their first public meeting to further the campaign for a more community-minded plan for…

Board recommends demolition of downtown structure

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer The DeVore House, the two-story white and pink building located at 480 Lewis St., situated within the Pagosa Springs Historical District, was found to be…

Reservoir Hill chairlift: one report says ‘no,’ another says ‘yes’

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer As budgetary debates continue in Pagosa Springs, with an eye on how town government plans to spend taxpayer dollars in 2013, the proposed development on…

Pagosa man sentenced for role in stabbing incident

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer Lucas Quinn Chavez, of Pagosa Springs, was sentenced to prison Tuesday morning by District Court Judge Gregory Lyman for his involvement in the January 2011…

Man’s death ruled result of heart failure

By Randi Pierce Staff Writer A 77-year-old Albuquerque man died while at The Springs Resort Monday morning — the result of underlying heart problems. George Petroboulos, 77, of Albuquerque, was…

Women’s services, orthopedic surgery to be offered at medical center

By Lindsey Bright Staff Writer On Tuesday night, the Upper San Juan Health Service District board of directors approved the business plans for two new areas of service: women’s services…

School district gives Seeds of Learning $50,000

By Ed Fincher Staff Writer When Lynne Bridges, the executive director of the Seeds of Learning Early Care and Education Center, presented a request for funding at the latest meeting…