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Suspect enters ‘Not guilty’ plea

Staff Writer Mark Trail, a suspect in the May 2012 shooting of a horse and a September 2012 standoff with local law enforcement, entered “Not guilty” pleas in both cases…

Local man dies in ski accident

Staff Writer A local skier died at Wolf Creek Ski Area the afternoon of Wednesday, Jan. 9. John E. (Jack) Hummel, 70, a season pass holder at Wolf Creek Ski…

County hopes to save $5,000 annually with new program

By Betty Diller Special to The SUN Using a lockbox system for tax payment processing may save Archuleta County up to $5,000 in the annual software agreement for the remittance…

Firefighters battle South Pagosa blaze

Firefighters battle South Pagosa blaze

SUN photo/Randi Pierce Firefighters from the Pagosa Fire protection District responded to a structure fire late Wednesday afternoon at the corner of South 5th and Apache streets in downtown Pagosa…

Coroner releases name of woman found Wednesday

SUN Staff A woman whose body was discovered in a ditch next to U.S. 160 just west of Pagosa Springs early Wednesday afternoon has been identified by Archuleta County Coroner…

Body found next to highway

Staff Writer The body of a woman was discovered in a ditch along U.S. 160 just west of Pagosa Springs early Wednesday afternoon. The call was dispatched at about 12:30…

Council withdraws Reservoir Hill petition

Staff Writer The Pagosa Springs town council held a special meeting Monday afternoon where, immediately after Mayor Ross Aragon called the meeting to order and Town Clerk April Hessman conducted…

District moves to bolster school safety

Staff Writer School safety remained a major topic of discussion for the Archuleta School District Board of Education Tuesday when transportation director Dolly Martin presented board members with a report…

Ford wins in Denver Post’s ‘Colorado’s top thinkers’

Ford wins in Denver Post’s ‘Colorado’s top thinkers’

Staff Writer Local businessman J.R. Ford can add another honor to his list. Ford was named the winner of The Denver Post’s “Colorado’s top thinkers of 2012: Energy” category on…

Body found, identification pending

Staff Writer The body of a woman was discovered in a ditch along U.S. 160 just west of Pagosa Springs shortly after noon. The woman’s identity had not been released…