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LPEA announces 11-percent rate increase

By Indiana Reed Special to The SUN The La Plata Electric Association (LPEA) Board of Directors Monday gave preliminary approval for an average electric rate increase of approximately 11 percent.…

Ski season begins at Wolf Creek

Since the first, and so far only, winter storm passed through Pagosa Country two weeks ago, leaving 20 inches on the slopes at Wolf Creek Ski Area, the skies have…

Added services at hospital in new year

The Pagosa Springs Medical Center will once again kick off a new year by expanding the services it offers to patients. In 2013, PSMC will add both orthopedics and women’s…

County’s GOCO grant attempt fails

Archuleta County is still seeking funding for its 95-acre park located adjacent to U.S. 84, after failing to receive a Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) grant. A Nov. 6 e-mail sent…

Woman fails to appear for sentencing, arrest warrant issued

A bench warrant was issued Tuesday morning for the arrest of Lisa Williams after she failed to appear for a sentencing hearing in District Court. It was the second time…

Pagosan arrested, accused of business-related crimes

A Pagosa Springs man was arrested on a variety of charges Monday following an investigation by the Pagosa Springs Police Department. Matthew Scott Kubiak, 30, was arrested at his home…

Legal Lines: Impact of the passage of Amendment 64

Question: Amendment 64, the initiative to regulate marijuana like alcohol, was passed by Colorado voters on Nov. 6. What will be allowed under the new amendment?  Answer: Amendment 64 was…

Local ski shop burglarized

The Saturday evening break-in at a local ski and sports shop appears to have yielded no stolen items, but local law enforcement are seeking the perpetrator or perpetrators responsible. At…

Information sought on Arboles substation break-in

Investigators for the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office are seeking information on a recent break-in at a county facility located in Arboles. The break-in was discovered at about 9:30 a.m. Monday…

Council, TTC consider plans for signs

Jon Johnson, head of the wayfinding and signage subcommittee for the Pagosa Springs Town Tourism Committee, made a progress report on the gateway monument upgrade at the monthly meeting held…